Meet Melissa Groom The Visibility Mentor

Meet Melissa Groom The Visibility Mentor

By John Lechner

Melissa Groom The Visibility Mentor

Video marketing is the number one essential tool today for any small business that wants to grow. With new tools like Facebook live, Instagram Live and Youtube Live there are so many more options for you to connect with your fans, supporters, customers and people who share your passion. 

I wanted to bring someone into our blogging team with years of video marketing experience. Melissa was recommended to me by Steve and Pam Brossman, themselves video marketing gurus. 

So here is my chat with Melissa.

Melissa is based in beautiful Kingscliff on the far north coast of NSW Australia. She grew up on the Northern Beaches of Sydney.

Melissa is passionate about how to be visible online. She is driven by the ripple effect that helping people sharing their message/gifts has on people all around the world to move them from suffering, frustration, to pleasure and happiness for themselves and all around them.

What do you do and who do you help?

"I help entrepreneurs to increase their visibility, boost their profile and income thought the power of video. I teach them to share their message/gifts with the world by creating their online signature program, run online workshops and their own web tv show."

Melissa loves to travel anywhere by the ocean. Her bucket list item not yet ticked off is Machu Picchu. (It's on my list too, pretty close to the top).

Favourite eating/drinking experience when travelling?

"In 2016 I travelled to Bali to speak at a conference and we attended a cooking class at the Balinese Cooking School in Ubud. The food was all raw and was delicious."

If you had $1000 spare and no rules on how to spend it what would you do?

"Book a Captain Cook Cruise for my whole family on Sydney Harbour for the day. I cherish every moment I spend with them."

How to connect with Melissa

Facebook:        /melissagroomthevisibilitymentor


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