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EP 90: Using Tik Tok and Facebook Ads to Grow your Network Marketing Business


Using Tik Tok and Facebook ads to Grow your Network Marketing Business

 

“The reason 99% of the people you are competing against (using ads) aren't going to do anything, is because they are just scared or don't know how or what to do…but the good news is, it's really not that hard.”

 

Travis Chambers

 

Travis Chambers is a marketing professional who helps others, including network marketers, build their business using video ads for Facebook, TikTok, and other social media platforms.

 

In a crazy chain of events, both Travis and his wife ended up on Good Morning America for a video they filmed that went viral. From there, an ad agency in L.A. contacted him about getting their video licensed. He ended up interviewing for a job at this same agency and became their in-house viral guru. 

 

Shortly after beginning his new position, Turkish Airlines contacted Travis for help with a video ad they wanted to go viral. That ad became the most shared ad of the decade via YouTube and Google, with 150 million views and over 2.5 million shares.  

 

With his newfound success and media traction, Travis decided to start his own company, called Chamber Media. After six years, they've driven 350 million in sales and created nearly 1 billion views for various organizations. Not only that, but they've also tripled the revenue for five multi-million dollar companies all through video and ad buying.

 

To increase sales, network marketers can drive leads at a $4 or $5 per lead or $2 or $3 per lead. Then your video ad could go viral because it's going to rack up hundreds of thousands of views and potential shares.  Even though it won't be organically viral, it will appear as if it were, which will create a lot of social proof, and many of the same mechanics viral videos include.

 

“TikTok is really one of the only places where you can get true, true virality very early out the gate…spend 30 hours on TikTok and you'll get it.”- Travis Chambers

 

If you're unfamiliar with TikTok as a network marketer, follow along as we discuss a few essential things to know as you build your online presence using this newer social media platform. 

 

Right now, there are so many views easily given out using TikTok. Now is the time to jump on to the trending dance videos or tutorials to build your influence on this new social platform. TikTok is also a cool way to highlight your creativity and personality. Not only that, but there are also are many excellent video editing tools available within the app that allow you to create tons of video content. 

 

TikTok also has trends, tutorials, and challenges that allow you to duet with other people. It's as easy as scrolling through and looking for the things that meet your target audience.

 

To get followers, you don't even need to incorporate your product every time. Maybe highlight it every three videos or so.

 

Using Facebook ads really isn't that hard. The difficulty lies in consistency and sticking with it long enough for the ads to work. Using an email list is a great way to spread your advertising budget. When you upload the list to Facebook, they can create a look-a-like audience that will target thousands of people fitting your correct market.

 

If you don't have a list, you can still maximize your efforts, but it may take longer. Facebook will need to learn your audience, which can take time. However, once you get the tracking pixel figured out and automate the chatbot to start closing people, then the sky is the limit to scaling your business.

 

“I really like it when an MLM company can de-MLM the company and make an e-commerce play. You can really start to scale in the MLM world with e-commerce paid media.”  – Travis Chambers

 

While people may not care as much about a brand, they do care about the person behind the brand. Highlighting the person behind the product is one way to build followers or increase views. When you have confidence in front of the camera, it's a powerful place to be because people will know you in a very compelling and engaging way. Although to be successful, it's a matter of taking the proper steps and enduring the beginning awkwardness.

 

To learn more about Travis or to contact him via his public email, go to tc@chamber.media, or look him up online by clicking here. Travis is also very active on LinkedIn. Check him out there to find out about what he's up to or to learn some helpful tips.

 

How to get involved

  • If you are ready to take your business online and have the system to free up your time AND bring in the customers and recruits you want, check out www.socialtenacitytraining.com!
  • If you want to continue the conversation, join the Official Authentic Influencer Marketing Community on FB HERE

 

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EP 89: Mindset Hacks


Mindset Hacks With Deb Erickson

 

“If you know how to manage fear, it makes you fearless in the face of fear and when you are driven by your deep core passions, you really become unstoppable.”

 

Deb Erickson

 

Deb Erickson is a highly trained mindset expert and has dialed in how to help network marketers and leaders all over the world shift their mindset so it can serve them. Her knowledge and talents assist marketers by improving the way they think so they can help themselves and educate their downline.

 

Deb's career started as a teacher and athletic coach. However, it didn't take long for her to realize that while she loved teaching, it wasn't going to pay the bills. 

 

After she decided to switch career paths, she became a trainer in the corporate America world. While she was making more money than teaching, her time was spread thin. Then, Deb discovered network marketing, and she became instantly hooked. In her very first company, she shot straight to the top within the first year and a half. 

 

However, shortly after, this company went under and opened her up to new opportunities and ideas. She discovered neuroscience and went back to school. Then, Deb decided it was time to go back to network marketing, but had a very different mindset than the first time. This second experience led her to realize teaching others about how to find success was her calling and passion. 

Deb started the ICAN Institute and now is a highly successful mindset coach influencing and teaching women everywhere. 

 

“You have to know what the driving force in your life is. You gotta know the why.”- Deb Erickson

 

Understanding your why can change throughout your life but remains the number one secret to maintaining the proper mindset. Knowing what your core passion is,  causes you to get up early and stay up late. It's the drive that keeps you going when you're tired, but you keep pushing through.

 

Mastering your fear is another way to shift your mindset.

 

When you can learn to silence fear with neuroscience tools, anxiety becomes more manageable. When you can identify and rank your fear, you are taking control of the fear, rather than letting it take control of you. It's essential to master your mindset around the ability to deal with and manage fear.

 

When you have the neuro tools needed to make the change or shift, then you can retrain your brain and move from point a to point b. You can change anything as long as you're willing to pay the switch price.

 

Neuro tools are all about using sensory rich modalities to create a shift. Some of these tools include nighttime tools that help shift your language platform or morning tools that help you set the tone for your day.

 

“When we anchor…it creates a rhythm and a power. Nothing creates more confidence than knowing that whatever shows up you can handle.” – Deb Erickson

 

Neuro tools help you stop moving down the path that isn't serving you. Instead, they allow a shift that moves you in the right direction. When you're feeling fear, your brain interprets that feeling as a threat. 

The best way to break a fear cycle is to close your eyes, tilt your head, and take three deep breaths. This simple action tells your brain that you're about ready to go to sleep. When your falling asleep, your mind doesn't feel threatened.

 

The finger roll is another essential tool to help you throughout your day and involves touching your finger and thumb together. Next, you simply tell yourself, “I can.” This tells your mind that you will accomplish your goal and do whatever it takes. 

 

Second, you touch your next finger and say, “I will.” Meaning you can do what's required. On the third finger, you repeat, “I am.” When you say this, you believe that you are enough and are in the right place at the right time. 

 

Using this neuro tool elevates confidence and energy to create a small shift in mindset. Adding a snap with your left hand helps you take action within three to five seconds. Then, once you've taken action, remind yourself of what you just accomplished.

 

To find out more about Deb and the ICAN Institute visit her website or check out this neuro tools link. You can even access and download her free business mindset neuro tool by clicking here.

 

How to get involved

 

  • If you are ready to take your business online and have the system to free up your time AND bring in the customers and recruits you want, check out www.socialtenacitytraining.com!
  • If you want to continue the conversation, join the Official Authentic Influencer Marketing Community on FB HERE

 

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EP 88: Understanding Your True Purpose and Get More Done in the Process


Understanding Your True Purpose and Get More Done in the Process

 

“When you own your time, you choose where that time goes.”

Stefanie Gass

Stefanie believes in working less and making more. She's passionate about ways to earn a passive income through time blocking and proactive time management.

Stefanie coaches faith-led, mompreneurs on how to tap into their spiritual gifts. She believes that everyone is inherently blessed with special gifts and talents meant to influence the world. Stefanie helps women receive clarity on those skills and then build a business around them. Not only that, but she runs a popular podcast called The Mompreneurs Mastermind Show. She's a mom of two and lives out in the country, where she's a lover of coffee and being in pj's all day. Stefanie is adamant about being authentic to who you are

 

“Every Pivotal part of  our life is preparing us for that big calling work.” – Stefanie Gass

Being an entrepreneur wasn't something Stefanie understood growing up. She received her master's degree in Accounting and Finance and became a big corporate honcho until the business she was working for at the time went bankrupt.

At 26 and newly married, she needed to find something new. Stefanie found network marketing, and it was a game-changer for her. Her “all in” attitude won her awards and success. In Stefanie's own words, she was the crazy lady everyone ran away from. However, even though she became very successful within her company, she let her drive, rank, and success become her idol and soon lost sight of what really mattered.

Stefanie went from earning $17,000 a month to $3-4 thousand, and it was then that she realized she hadn't personally branded herself. She was just a company and had lost her identity. From there, she began mentoring and coaching faith-filled entrepreneurs, and that's the business she manages today.

Stefanie points out that you want to be bigger than just a product. She also acknowledges that sometimes when facing our failures or something that feels like it's not working, it's nature's way of realigning our priorities or perspective. Your failures are what allow you to find the light in a dark moment and apply it in the next phase of your business. 

To define your god-given strengths and talents,  take a self-inventory and look at who you are and were. What are the things you are naturally good at or that other people always ask you for?

Think back to your childhood. A lot of times, as a kid, you embody the gifts you have as an adult, but as an adult, you bury the gifts and go after what will make you money or things that are stable. However, just because you need to meet life-sustaining requirements, doesn't mean you should bury the calling. You still need to bring it out.

“Set up the boundaries that matter to you the most.” – Stefanie Gass

Don't start with your business, but look deeper within yourself to define your personal goals. 

Now, get out a piece of paper and write down the things that matter most.  They can be related to spiritual development, nutrition, or physical improvement. Block out the things you need to accomplish for you. Once those things are penciled in, you can focus on your business.

Naturally, people are more reactive and feel the need to respond to this email or comment on social media. However, when we are consistently reactive, it steals from your growth and joy. This is why it's crucial to choose to be proactive instead. To truly be productive, you decide what goes into your day, and you own every minute.

When things come up that can derail your plan, just go with it and don't beat yourself up. Life happens, and it is the end destination.  Our life journey is why we do the things we choose to do. So who cares if your plans and goals take a little longer than expected. However, it's essential to decide what is non-negotiable when something unforeseen does happen. Generally, your personal goals become those non-negotiable priorities. Give yourself grace for those “off” days, but at the end of the week, have two things for your business that will help move the needle forward.

To learn more about Stefanie, you can find her on Instagram or by listening to her podcast, The Mompreneur Mastermind Show. 

 

How to get involved

  • If you are ready to take your business online and have the system to free up your time AND bring in the customers and recruits you want, check out www.socialtenacitytraining.com!
  • If you want to continue the conversation, join the Official Authentic Influencer Marketing Community on FB HERE

 

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EP87: Mistakes when making a List of 100


Mistakes When Making a List of 100

 

“It doesn't matter what your company is, your business is all about you.”

 

Brooke Elder

 

Sometimes I love talking about things that are a little controversial. In this podcast, we'll discuss one way you can grow your business. However, it is an idea that others often take out of context. What are some of the mistakes people make when they make a list of 100? Maybe you've heard me say this before, but you don't want to make a list of 100 people you can spam just because you know them. 

 

Don't you want to work smarter, not harder? When you understand what your zone of influence or brand is, then you can start defining the group of people who need to hear your message. Your list of 100 should come from the people who meet your narrowed down criteria. I like to call this your List of Influence. This new list pinpoints the right people, and the audience your message will resonate with best. 

 

“Make sure you talk to people with the problem you help solve.” – Brooke Elder

 

So, what does it mean to make a list of 100, and what mistakes are actually happening?

I'm sure at some point your upline has told you to make a list of 100. In fact, this was something I would tell people when they joined my team. Maybe you were trained to make a list of all of your friends, family, and other acquaintances. From there, traditional ideas say, start at the top of the list and start calling each person regardless of whether or not they meet specific requirements. This is soooo spammy, right? Not only that, but this approach often pushes people away rather than creates new business.

 

Today I'm going to show you how to build a list of 100 that isn't spammy.

 

First, start thinking about what you have to offer other people. At Social Tenacity, we call those special gifts and talents your Zone of Influence. So, what is your Zone of Influence? What are the things you are passionate about and could talk about every single day? If you're not sure how to determine your unique abilities, check out my most recent interview with Stefanie Gass in Episode 88. She'll walk you through how to discover what your Zone of Influence is. It's not rocket science and is all about finding your passions and creating a business around the things you love.

 

Once you've identified what you are most passionate about, target the people who need your product, opportunity, or message. An excellent place to start is on various social media platforms. For example, try looking for influencers on Facebook or Instagram. Find those influencers with big user groups or followers that align with the kind of people who meet your target audience. Educate and instruct them with a Facebook live. Help them see the importance of your mission and the value it provides.

 

“We're just bringing value. We're not saying you need to join my team, buy my products, and things like that.” – Brooke Elder

 

After you've introduced yourself to several different influencers and platforms that apply to your Zone of Influence, then the contacts will trickle in, and people will begin contacting you for more information.

Other ways you and market your business include making a list of podcasts you want to be on or blogs you can write a guest post for…by doing this, you're going to build your Zone of Influence rapidly. However, this will only benefit your business growth if you send followers, listeners, or viewers somewhere when you wrap up your message. Have them go to your Facebook group or Instagram page. This is where they can learn more about your product or opportunity.

 

This is how your list of 100 should work. Make a list of 100 people you could bring value to or who would benefit from your message. When you do that, it's going to profit you tenfold.

 

How to get involved

  • If you are ready to take your business online and have the system to free up your time AND bring in the customers and recruits you want, check out www.socialtenacitytraining.com!
  • If you want to continue the conversation, join the Official Authentic Influencer Marketing Community on FB HERE

 

If you liked this episode, be sure to subscribe and leave a quick review on iTunes. It would mean the world to hear your feedback and we'd love for you to help us spread the word!

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EP86: Mentors are the KEY to Success


Mentors are the KEY to Success

 

“You need to work on you before you do anything else.”

 

Jed Buenalez

 

Jed Buenalez is a well-known name in network marketing and has been involved in the profession for over 14 years.  

 

When he began his journey 14 years ago, he was working three jobs and was going to school full time. At that time, he was working for a bank when he received a call from a cousin who encouraged him to attend a meeting and told him to leave his credit card at home. He had no idea then what he was even committing to, but that was when he caught the network marketing bug. 

 

It took some time for Jed to develop his skills and mindset. In fact, he didn't receive his first check until six months after he chose to follow a career in network marketing. Jed nurtured the importance of growing his influence and leadership through mentorship. With time, he found some top income-earning mentors within the profession to study and master. Now, his business has expanded into over 70 different countries around the world.

 

“It comes down to mentality, mindset, and then you got to have faith…from there you need to grow your skills and double down.”

– Jed Buenalez

 

Even after Jed started to work within network marketing, it took him six months before he earned his first check for $1.78. This check became one of the defining moments in his career, where he decided he needed to develop the skills necessary to become successful in the industry. 

 

One of Jed's first mentors taught him how to put on a show when it came to selling products. This is where he learned that it wasn't all about the product you're selling, but how to present it. He learned the importance and balance of being genuine and show oriented. Jed studied his mentor's mannerisms and speaking abilities so that he could become better. Shortly after this, he began to understand the importance of people and how to study them.

 

Your belief is affected by your environment, and the more you are around positive, successful, and buoyant people, the more your belief level will increase.

 

The law of association and proximity is essential! Jed learned that when you are around people who believe they are successful, then you are more likely to succeed as well. 

 

According to Jed, this business is all about relationships, and if you want a million-dollar business, you need to have million-dollar relationships. He recommends that during this time of uncertainty, it's crucial to think about others and focus on gratitude. Think of someone you appreciate and write down why you are grateful for them. This will increase your vibration and help the vibration of your business.

 

“When you're in an uplifting environment, your vibration goes up, and when your vibration goes up, you attract the people that you dream about because of the person you are inside.”

-Jed Buenalez

 

Jed points out that people need to know that they can do it. He explains that you don't need to make things complicated or wow people during small events. Jed implies that simplicity is what creates duplication. He goes on to say, that your belief is affected by your environment, and the more you are around positive, successful, and buoyant people, the more your belief level will increase.

 

You can find Jed on Instagram or Facebook. He does a lot of Instagram lives and is an advocate for content. He likes to encourage others and is a believer of abundance and is happy to help all those involved in any business. 

 

How to get involved

  • If you are ready to take your business online and have the system to free up your time AND bring in the customers and recruits you want, check out www.socialtenacitytraining.com!
  • If you want to continue the conversation, join the Official Authentic Influencer Marketing Community on FB HERE

 

If you liked this episode, be sure to subscribe and leave a quick review on iTunes. It would mean the world to hear your feedback and we'd love for you to help us spread the word!

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EP85: Creating a Brand to Grow Your Influence


Creating a Brand to Grow Your Influence

It's all about being authentic in whatever outlet you choose.  That's part of your authenticity. Be where you want to be and focus on the outlets that speak to you.

– Laura Bull –

 

Laura Bull is an experienced marketer and published author who helps individuals and businesses define their brand. 

She started her career in the music business working for Sony for over ten years. She worked her way up the corporate latter until she became the head of marketing and artist development at RCA Records, where she helped brand different artists and their faces, as opposed to RCA as a recording company.

Laura worked with influencers before they were even called influencers and since has been on a crusade to redefine the term. According to Laura, an influencer is anybody who is selling themselves as the face of the product.

“An Influencer is only successful if they can influence their audience to their perceived notions of the world.” – Laura Bull

Only you can define what success means to you.

Laura uses a brand matrix in a Venn diagram that includes your product, image, and narrative. Where the three connect is where you'll find your cohesive brand pillars. They need to work together to create a successful long-term brand. 

What's the difference between marketing and branding? 

Marketing focuses on a short term campaign, while branding is what you want to say over the next 20 years. Whatever you're selling today vs. what you want to say 20 years from now needs to be consistent. You need to be the same person and the same brand because you need to stand by who you really are the core of your business. 

 

Find a shared identity with your audience. 

What are the shared morals, values, or beliefs will others relate with? When you pinpoint that shared belief, you can begin to create a long-term brand.  You're not going to please everybody, so it's essential to focus on the people you do have a shared identity with, and from there, you can build a bigger audience.

When you figure out what your brand is, then it opens up an infinite amount of marketing possibilities.

Focus on the authenticity of what you're trying to say. 

The really successful people in life adopt what Laura calls the Five P's. These include Power, Positivity, Passion, Purpose, and Perseverance.

Passion and perseverance work together to create grit or the ability to endure hardship in order to be successful.

“You have to look within yourself before you look outward.”

 – Laura Bull

If you look inward, you are already unique. So it's imperative to identify your personality traits, strengths, and skills that define your purpose. Separate your passion from your purpose. For example, someone may not always invest in a passion, but they will invest in a purpose. 

You can find Laura's book, From Individual to Empire: A Guide to Building an Authentic and Powerful Brand, on Amazon by clicking here or look for her on Facebook or Instagram

Autographed copies of her book are available at www.laurabull.com

How to get involved

  • If you are ready to take your business online and have the system to free up your time AND bring in the customers and recruits you want, check out www.socialtenacitytraining.com!
  • If you want to continue the conversation, join the Official Authentic Influencer Marketing Community on FB HERE

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EP84: The Myth of Going for No


The Myth of Going for No

 

“People are hungry for the solution you have to offer.”

-Brooke Elder

 

Why do people tell you to go for no if that's not what you're supposed to be doing? Well, it could be for lots of reasons. Yes, going for no can be a way to motivate since it creates a positive spin on a negative outcome. Yet,  more often than not, it takes way more negatives to get a positive, and in the process, it doesn't feel very good inside. That's why taking a yes approach is far more effective. 

 

Let's face it; there's no real way to safeguard yourself from hearing no. You're going to hear it all the time, but there are ways to hear no less…and that's what we want to work on.

 

“We don't want to be getting 99 no's for one, yes. Why not get eight no's for every one, yes. Those are way better odds to be playing.” 

 – Brooke Elder

 

Why are you getting so many no's? The answer…you're talking to everyone, instead of identifying the people you should be talking to. You're more likely to be successful when you can pinpoint the people you should be talking to instead, the right people.

 

Focusing on one solution may be hard to narrow down at first, but try thinking about what you love and why it helps others. Generally, it is one thing you could do all day long. Now, let that be your anchor. 

 

Once you identify that one problem you have the solution for, then start talking about it all the time!

 

“With you and your business, you can't solve everyone's problems.” So focus on the one problem you can solve.”

-Brooke Elder

 

You can help clients bring the problem to the surface by considering these things: 

  • What issues are they dealing with?
  • How are they struggling?
  • What are the problems they are blind to?

 

These points will allow you to position yourself as the answer to their problem. Then, you'll start hearing yes because you're talking to the right people with the right question. 

 

How to get involved

  • If you are ready to take your business online and have the system to free up your time AND bring in the customers and recruits you want, check out www.socialtenacitytraining.com!
  • If you want to continue the conversation, join the Official Authentic Influencer Marketing Community on FB HERE

 

If you liked this episode, be sure to subscribe and leave a quick review on iTunes. It would mean the world to hear your feedback and we'd love for you to help us spread the word!

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EP83: Personal Brands Pay Off in 6-Figure Income with Shannel Rivera

 


It's a common misconception that doing what you love won't – or can't – make the kind of money you want to make. That just isn't true! In fact, nothing contributes more to your success than knowing who you are and using it to serve others.

Shannel Rivera's incredible success story started with a double life: by day, she was breaking records and dominating at FedEx. By night, she was building a community of women dedicated to supporting each other. Since then, Shannel has built an exceptional and fulfilling career as the CEO of Beauty and Hustle that allows her to uplift other women and operate in perfect alignment with her personal brand. 

On this episode of the Authentic Influencer podcast, Shannel and Brooke talk about the twists and turns that brought Shannel to where she is today, how to find and create genuine alignment in what you do, and how to construct your personal brand to attract customers who can't get enough. Listen in for an empowering boost of knowledge and inspiration!

You'll Learn  

  • Why comparing your success to someone else's is a trap that will block your progress
  • How a strong personal brand makes you recession-proof
  • What you can do to reconnect with your actual passions (you know, the ones 5-year-old you loved and adult you forgot about)
  • And much more! 

Favorite Quote

“Everyone wants somewhere to belong, period. And if you can create that safe space, and you integrate a product or service into that, people are still going to come to you and you're still going to show up for them, regardless of what's going on in the world.”

 – Shannel Rivera

Connect with Shannel

 

 

How to get involved

  • If you are ready to stop living in scarcity and have the wealth you've always wanted, check out www.socialtenacity.com/gift and get a free gift just for listening!
  • If you want to continue the conversation, join the Official Authentic Influencer Marketing Community on FB HERE

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EP82: Shadow Values and the Things That Are Holding You Back with Tricia Peterson


Half of your brain is telling you to eat the pint of ice cream – and the other half is urging you to remember your new diet. It's a familiar feeling, right? But do you know why those counterproductive habits stick around even though you consciously don't want them to? In fact, it all comes down to what you value (although figuring those values out can take some digging). 

On this episode of the Authentic Influencer podcast, Brooke and Tricia break down the concept of shadow values and how they block your progress, touch on the ways a rebellious spirit can be an asset, and give some insight on how you can stop self-sabotaging by confronting your own personal shadow values

You'll Learn  

  • What happens when your subconscious and conscious minds have different value sets, and why it's important to honor your subconscious
  • How addressing another person's shadow values can help them move past their self-sabotaging behaviors
  • What a “golden value” is and how to tap into yours
  • And much more! 

Favorite Quote

“When we want to rebel and we want to push those boundaries, it really pushes us into a space where we are able to be the change makers in the world.”

 – Tricia Peterson

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How to get involved

  • If you are ready to stop living in scarcity and have the wealth you've always wanted, check out www.socialtenacity.com/gift and get a free gift just for listening!
  • If you want to continue the conversation, join the Official Authentic Influencer Marketing Community on FB HERE

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