January 9, 2020
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
One of Wyoming’s biggest YouTubers, Mike Galloway, will give you his first-hand experience with creating a successful business from the ground up.
Mike and his wife, Erin, started their YouTube journey as they left a life in corporate America to come back to Wyoming and help on the family ranch. Their channel, Our Wyoming Life, features their Wyoming ranch and their ranch family, giving subscribers a look into the workings of ranching from raising cattle to raising and harvesting crops. The couple recently received recognition from YouTube for their 100,000th subscriber, with 15,648,316 views since 2016, making them one of the largest YouTubers in Wyoming!
In addition to hearing the secrets to success for any business in our state, attendees will also learn strategies for:
- Finding your audience on YouTube
- Making videos that attract views
- Gaining advertising sponsors
- Basic video Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
- Making money on YouTube
- Building a community
Following the webinar, there will be a Q&A session with Mike.
To help entrepreneurs during the coronavirus pandemic, we are waiving the registration fees for our upcoming and recorded webinars until 6/30/2020. On 7/1/2020, the registration fee will return to $15.
About the Presenter:
Mike Galloway is a rancher and farmer. He and his wife, Erin, are also creators of one of the largest YouTube and social media brands in the State of Wyoming.
After a stint in the military, Mike went on to become a popular radio DJ. At one time his syndicated radio program was broadcast on 208 radio stations nationwide. This led to a career in radio management and a position as the Vice President of Operations with a prominent east coast based radio group. It was there that he met his wife, not knowing that soon both of their lives would be turned upside down.
Shortly after they married, Erin’s step-father, who owned and operated a ranch in Wyoming, fell ill. Mike and Erin both quit their corporate jobs of almost 20 years. They then went to the Wyoming to help run the family ranch — with no experience.
Now they have three children. They spend their time raising their family, ranching, farming, and spreading the word of agriculture. They strive to bring the consumer closer to the producer and showcase the families behind the food that shows up in the grocery store.