Adventure & Activity Marketing Pros - The Podcast

We Are Getting Majorly Influenced Over Here...Stonks, Crypto. Miami, Tom Brady, and of course Steve's love of Tik Tok | Episode 7

February 10, 2021 AAMP Agency Episode 7
Adventure & Activity Marketing Pros - The Podcast
We Are Getting Majorly Influenced Over Here...Stonks, Crypto. Miami, Tom Brady, and of course Steve's love of Tik Tok | Episode 7
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Adventure & Activity Marketing Pros - The Podcast
We Are Getting Majorly Influenced Over Here...Stonks, Crypto. Miami, Tom Brady, and of course Steve's love of Tik Tok | Episode 7
Feb 10, 2021 Episode 7
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The gang is back for episode 7 of the AAMP Podcast! Steve, Jaden, Brian, and Alyx (Our Social Media Manager) sat down and gave our opinions on social media marketing and other top current events. We can’t let a day go by without discussing the stock market, so listen for our thoughts on Doge coin and AMC. We discuss our widely different views on the Super Bowl (go Buccaneers!), TikTok vs Instagram and so much more. Click that play button, sit back, and tune into our adventure & activity marketing pros discussion. Let us know what you think or ask us any questions by hitting us up at hey@aamp.agency. We’d love to hear from you!



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The gang is back for episode 7 of the AAMP Podcast! Steve, Jaden, Brian, and Alyx (Our Social Media Manager) sat down and gave our opinions on social media marketing and other top current events. We can’t let a day go by without discussing the stock market, so listen for our thoughts on Doge coin and AMC. We discuss our widely different views on the Super Bowl (go Buccaneers!), TikTok vs Instagram and so much more. Click that play button, sit back, and tune into our adventure & activity marketing pros discussion. Let us know what you think or ask us any questions by hitting us up at hey@aamp.agency. We’d love to hear from you!



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321 Welcome back to the show everybody my name is Jayden with the AMP podcast adventure and activity marketing pros here in our studio live at the office at our agency in Las Vegas. The weather's starting to warm up guys, and it's starting to be nice out. I think it's, I think the weather like in Vegas people talk about like, March is like ideal. I've made a proactive effort to not wear pants and it's gonna it's gonna pull off. I support that. Sorry about the volume and the headphones in the beginning Alex there I mean, had everybody else's up. But the sensitive I know. It's a little loud. It's a little loud. But we'll, we'll get that on the post post recording. So yeah, we're here in the office. So in case you guys don't know where we're at, we're actually in Vegas. We actually run our tour business and our agency out of the same office. So we do slingshots, Jeeps, jet skis, and also all of our digital marketing agency stuff for an agency and it's right here in Vegas, a little bit of digital marketing happens here. A little bit a little bit, a small amount. Today, we actually had coffee for the whole team. And so I'm kind of wired and so I was ready to be like, hey, let's do a podcast do like this coffee. Okay, so Dutch Brothers. Let's talk about that for a little bit. I think it's overrated. I. It was a nice review. I will. I've actually, this was my first time having it. I checked out the website and everything. And I mean, I was actually kind of impressed. I mean, what do you have? I had a strawberry smoothie. Oh. Hot chocolate. There you go. Was it? Perfect? I'm the only one that's underwhelmed. I just feel like it's like not, it's not Starbucks. So I'll admit, I'm a temperature person. And so like if it's scorching hot and burns your mouth, like I hate that. Love. That's my favorite. Really? Like, do you have taste buds? Like does it burn your tongue? That was like, perfect. Really? That is so weird. All right. Interesting. That's I hate going. And that's why like sometimes Starbucks isn't hot enough for people right? You get you ever go to Starbucks and it's not hot enough. I don't really drink coffee. Oh, I got a hot chocolate. How long have you had that problem? No coffee. Yeah. I don't like coffee. I take caffeine pills in the morning. Okay, why not? Why Why not just drink coffee? I don't like the taste of coffee. Okay, why not drink iced tea here one time like tea either. Hot teas. Good iced tea. So you just drink jolt polen I just drink water basically. What are my caffeine pills in the morning and I'm good to go realize water has no taste. So cold feeling? Water. Yeah, so in case you guys haven't heard the new voice on here we have Alex. She's our social media manager and she is on the podcast with us and Steve just ripping her these to banter all the time about stuff. This is gonna be the Steven Alex banter show. That's good. That's good. We gotta keep it real. Good to be here. Glad you're here. Glad you're here. You know, it's just right next door to your office. You literally didn't even walk down the aisle or Hall. Yeah. So, so yeah. So everybody. I mean, I think I mean, yeah, so let's talk about the Dutch Brothers though. I didn't give my opinion. I guess on that. And we know Alex's we know steve steve was underwhelmed. I think I mean, I think it's like the dessert menu coffee for people. You know what I mean? rubs louder for coffee for coffee snob. What did you have? I had the Golden Eagle, which is a signature drink for them. And it's a vanilla Carmel brevi with Carmel drizzle. So I had the Annihilator and I know we're recording this for the YouTube but this is huge. This I've been drinking this all day and I'm you know, I drink a lot of fluids throughout the day. This has to be 8000 calories. Is it God? Yeah, what is their size two? I think extra extra extra large. This is 42 ounces of coffee. Okay. Annihilator only comes in one size. That's what I got brought. I wasn't there on the pickup Kevin got the Annihilator to he that's what he told me he got to. So yeah, I mean, I think it's good. I mean, there's a lot of them popping up in Vegas. A lot of them are regional. If in case you haven't heard of Dutch Brothers, I mean, they have huge lines out the door all the time. I think they're pretty efficient though. I mean ever gone through the dresser all time so they are the friendliest people are like extra friendly like, like chick fil a. Like, annoying kinda. So I don't know if anybody else likes this. I don't Like this, I don't want to carry on chitchat banter with you out the window. So like, how's your day gone? Where's my fucking coffee? I just want to hear you know, my pleasure and move on. You know, like, let me just listen to what I'm listening to. I don't want to talk to you about my day. So what do you got going on today? Nothing. Nothing. I'm not gonna do anything today today is just I'm drinking coffee and crying. Yes. My daily routine. Yeah, I feel Yeah, I mean, we, we. That's I'm not even gonna go there on that. Okay. I was gonna say off topic. So let's talk about current events and stuff going on. Yesterday was a Super Bowl Today is February 8. So it's the day after the Super Bowl. Tom Brady is still the goat 77 Super Bowls for the man. The cash by winning ticket last night there was a big line. There you go. Yeah. So I was very happy with the results. So I was digging in this morning. So what actually happened is and what I heard is the online sports books, the app crashed. And because of server server problems, and some backstory is all the major players DraftKings MGM, our school, they all use the same. It's he was saying it's kind of a monopoly. I watched on the barstool live stream. Oh, but it's all the same servers. It's like if AWS went down, maybe it's right. Could we get Dave coordinately on this? We'll get Island Dave. Dave, we'll just get him on his podcast get on and get him on. But he they everybody's crashed. I mean, if you go to social media and go check out MGM everybody had a statement, you know, I mean, that said, Hey, sorry about it. We're still gonna pay you. And you know, I mean, there's a little bit of some downtime. But that's, I mean, that's crazy. I think sports betting in game betting that type of stuff is going to the moon. I think it's a trap. It's why I don't do it. I go to the casino still, like an old man. I get to try cash down and I walk away because if I have money in my gaming app, I gamble it Yeah. So it's way easier to just take cash to the casino. And then I know I'm not gonna bet stupid coin tosses and stuff like that. Well, actually, you know, living in Las Vegas, as you guys know, you know, we're not really able to use like DraftKings and all that stuff. Well, and also guys, I've never I've never like the fact I tried to use DraftKings here and there. Like, they're like, yeah, it's not supported in your 1000 casino apps. There's Oh, yeah, that's why he's talking about he can't use draft like DraftKings makes sense. betmgm I mean, they're not gonna bring William Hill obvious. Yeah, I got I got a William Yeah, but station casinos has their own betting app. You know what I mean for sports. That's the one how many baskets to the score. So it's funny. I don't watch again. I was present for the game. I can't say that. I watched it. Did you watch any commercials? I tried. Okay, what was the favorite one you saw? They're all just kind of sad and depressing. You didn't like State Farm with Drake? Drake was it? Yeah, Drake was state was the other one. They would think it was a shaggy. It was what was her name? Was it Mila Kunis and is that one I can do it. Shaggy. Yeah. They made like a remix. It looks like it was a lava lava. Yeah. That's exactly this mic makes me miss the lava lava. Can you name this the bomb boss? I know she didn't. When she called me on the counter. Boston to the karaoke version of this. All right, okay, podcast karaoke. Ha. Hey, we'll do that. I'm down for it. So. Okay, commercials. I noticed. I mean, well, Steve, Steve was actually at my house and I got kids and we had their own. What is everybody's opinion on the halftime shows? Oh, kids. I liked it. She would Okay, so so let's go around the table real quick scale one out of 10 and then give you a reason behind it. Okay, Alex go first. So you liked it. So why not a 10 why 8.5 Okay. And reason why I think the weekend is a great performer. I liked his use of all the backup dancers and like the stage presence was great. You like jockstraps? Yes. Yes, he did. We love a good jockstrap. No, I thought was really entertaining. Okay, so I'm glad I'm I'm curious on everybody's opinions. And my next point, I give it a to barely a to two is he showed up. First off, that's trash like he doesn't have first off on him as the artist. He doesn't have a good enough portfolio of music to support his own halftime show. Now Had it been the weekend with Ariana My granddad, that's or some other mainstream artist? Sure, maybe I can even see that. But that was weak sauce. So what you're saying is you didn't recognize any of the songs. I recognize all the songs, but none of them were like, he's no Bruno Mars. That was his, like, club banger hot song. The rest are like God make I will make out in the basement music. I was I was Steve gave. It was that was that was weak. So that was your review on that. So thumbs down. Okay, so what's your review on and Brian, I guess to add to that, I mean, I like the weekend as an artist. I listened to his music and everything. I'll give me maybe like a 6.7 though. Why? Let's see those. The crowd with the people with the mask on and everything that kind of freaked me out. And then to add to you to Steve, I what I really love about like halftime, like Super Bowl performances is like the special guests. Yeah, that comes in. That's what really really gets me excited. You know? Yeah, I mean, I I'm gonna give it like a five out of 10 bunch of haters, so I don't think he's a legend. You know what I mean? Like Super Bowls are meant for legends. Like last year. I mean, we had Shakira JLo I mean, they're international superstars. The weekend was a featuring artists that should have been brought on, like featuring the weekend if he had a good year, right. Or like, it was somebody like, I mean, even if he was a country artist, like I mean, I think Eric church almost has a bigger presence than the weekend but I also think I'm not downplaying the weekends like song ability, because I think he's good. And I think the songs made sense, but I don't think he's like a black eyed peas. He's not a superstar. So like, I mean, I think he's still is an international festivals, which first like Coachella, he had like, really beautiful. Yes. But you know, what happens at Coachella is popular artists, but he's popular artists happen at Coachella, not the week. So after seeing that, does that make you more or less tempted to go to a weekend concert? I've seen him twice. Oh, so you're already not like, the weekend? festivals? Yeah, same here. So would you buy a ticket? If he was coming to Vegas? Would you go see him? I mean, I'm not a diehard the weekend. I mean, like right now I'll go there. Any concert? You said Chicago's playing at the Rio. Oh, sorry to say I'm sorry. Chicago means a good point. I mean, I okay. So I think to the point because I've heard younger people said it was a good show. But then I don't think that they're old enough to remember any of the past halftime shows. You know what I mean? What's your favorite? My favorite. I mean, I think last year like think about how much last year like Jayla God talked about I mean, she killed us banging. Bruno Mars was good. I know people are always they bring in like that. There's no rock or there hasn't been and I'm going back from like, post 2000s. Like I remember like when creed and stuff like that played the halftime show. And they showed and they showed even back in the day when they had the older guys play on the stage to Bruce Springsteen, or maybe it was they did Steven Tyler britney spears and Run DMC. That's like that's a big combo. like Britney Spears and Steven Tyler have nothing in common. But that is like what people are expecting with a halftime show. But not with a Super Bowl halftime show. It's kind of connected to that that combo like they could have had. I mean, we talked about this at my house, like Stevie Nicks that dream song was popular this year, right? Like that could that would have been relevant to the time or she could have brought without brought out and something like that or even do something with some of these Tick Tock stars or these influencers like that dog face or Well, okay, have you guys so side note all this. Have you guys checked out? chat what Shaq does during the halftime or for Superbowl know what he's starting to do? So follow checkout shacks, social medias and stuff like that. So he does his own show. It's almost his own show during that live stream during the Superbowl shampoo. And it's got it's called the shacks funhouse. And it's meant for because this is exactly where I want to go into is like experiences like we were actually in Palm Springs and Coachella is hosted there. And I also think, and we talked about this too, about going to Tampa for like a destination or like an experience right as the Super Bowl. Yeah. Alex, you just went to Florida a couple weeks ago. And so I think that the tourism and the travel side is going to be these experiences where people are going to base off their destinations off of experiences that that kind of makes sense, like, like the Superbowl and stuff. So like Shaq, what he's doing is he's Making it's called shacks funhouse. And he's like trying to get people to come to it to buy tickets to buy. You know what I mean to see these artists like Diplo, was there a Major Lazer? Was there, all these different artists way better than the halftime show? Well, and then I think that makes sense when things open back up, right. So like, kind of how to adjust your to capitalize off the market. I mean, there's going to be tourists there and not everybody's gonna go to the game. But a lot of people are going to come for the game. things around it. I think it works. I mean, it works. It works in Superbowl cities. It works in Vegas. Yeah, I think that's a good idea. I think. I mean, I think you put on on an event like they did this last time. I think that makes everybody skeptical of like, what the next Super Bowl x is going to be because they're like, this is hot garbage. Yeah, it was it wasn't good. Sorry. Yeah. And I think too, like he's, you know what I mean, the Shaq bowl. I mean, he's been doing it now for multiple years. It's the ultimate big game kickoff show. And he streamed it live. You know what I mean? And that's the other thing too, like different different thing he of the weekend that his? Oh, yeah, I mean, this is it was Diplo. Zeke Elliott, Steve O. Weibo offset Tim Tebow. And he's been doing it for years. But it's also presented by Pepsi right now. Like I would go I'll go now. Ellie? Yes. JACK Harlow. I see. Oh, yeah. And he's been doing this for for multiple years. And it kind of goes into this you know, like, sponsorships right. And like, I like this idea of events and stuff, you know, presented by Papa John's. I mean, you know, he's got an advertising but he's using it as advertising. Right. So I think that that's kind of a neat idea. And so let's talk about that. Let's talk about like Instagram, social media, how it makes sense for your destination or your attraction or your tour when I'm not on topic. But when I see that when I see that all I think of is that stupid. Whatever hip hop cruise that we used to market so in case nobody knew for for a moment in time we were the agency for a hip hop cruise that went out of what was his name Miami, but it had like real artists I mean for yeah for a long time we were like on post malone we I'm still on one of them I'm still on it was post so it was post malone was on it. That's why I'm saying I was like God we were great marketers we really remember what it was like a good time. wasn't wasn't that good of a time. It was my man. Well, so first off like because we got to see the back end of his page because we were running ads off of his page. Oh I know it's it's it's it's killing me that and another one. He died? No, no. And another one who's the guy that always says that the rapper though. DJ Khaled. Yeah. The dude that died was also on there. That kid that that? Oh, he lucid dreams. lucid dreams. Juice world juice world. Juice world was on it. I wasn't on that page. I didn't have juice world but but yes, DJ coucher? Yep, he was on future. I think it was another artist that that was I mean, it was interesting to see like how many messages I get. Oh, so when you see they all had all their notifications turned off because you could never like deal with it. But like when you looked at how many messages post malone had come in, it was it was so stupid is like phone would explode if it was turned on. I always think about like those Instagram, you know, Instagram famous people that have like, you know, if you're Dan bilzerian, and you get notifications on your phone for everybody that likes your post. Your phone just explodes Yeah, Days of Summer crews found it. We're gonna back We're hyping this up. I open it up. So get your tickets. Going, I want to see. We'll see this is this is also this is also the thing. They can't really like, say who's going because they never get their contract signed. Like that's, that's the other thing. Like Snoop Dogg kind of made a big deal about this too, because I saw him doing events and it's like, if they didn't get their paid or their minimum, but now everybody's gonna be doing it. You don't mean they're gonna be like, I'm down for events. Sign me up. Would you go on our hip hop cruise? No, I wouldn't either. Not a chance. I mean, I've talked about the music crews. But I think this, this doesn't. Doesn't flick my light bulb on. Yeah, that's the last place I want to be stuck. Yeah, so I would say no, I could see who would like a music person. Maybe not hip hop. But there's like rave review. And yeah, for sure. I go on that. And honestly, I've talked about it to even post kids. I mean, I've always liked music and stuff like that. And Alex, you go into festivals, but like I would go to a stagecoach experience. I think that's kind of neat. Yeah. But it's also another thing is I mean, you see the people like I don't want a general admission ticket, you know. helicopter. Exactly. I don't want to have to deal with any of that. Yeah, but but I think that that's also the thing with influencers nowadays and then that's where I want to go with this. Like what makes us do our buying decisions. And I think part of that is telling your story on Instagram. So like Alex, like, tell us a little bit about what you've done. When you went to Miami, what made you go to the places that you went to etc. Um, let's see, I would think for like restaurants because that's when I see Instagram a lot. I'd go on Yelp, find the top restaurants, look at their menu, go to their website, and then go to Instagram, and see like, what the vibe was like, but it's not like your first step. I do the same, I think I would go to Yelp First, I would not go to Instagram first, although I would have probably had a bunch of stuff saved. I wouldn't be horseshit about going back and finding. See, we talked about this, and I do and I have the same similar finding of stuff. But yeah, but But the thing is, though, is like to this point, Instagram is organic. yelp is a paid sponsor or by reviews. So, Andrew, and we could talk about it on you know, like the younger perspective or vice versa, but I think just having an updated Instagram page and being updated with that makes a difference for people's buying decisions. Right. I think it makes a difference in the restaurant space. But I feel now that Tick Tock is what Tick Tock is that people have completely rolled over and could give. I don't want to say they don't give a shit about Instagram. But Instagram like gotta play some catch up. We can disagree with you. You Can I check Instagram before accompanies tik tok any day? Yeah. Probably before but I mean are. So you're using it as a search tool. If you're in Miami and you're searching Miami food. I mean, I don't know. I guess I'm probably at this point to talk first. I would probably search tik tok. Really? I mean, I wouldn't. Yeah, it's great. I mean, because everybody's making the same stuff, except you get the actual, like good video content versus the I mean, I think I'm jaded from being in the industry space or unlike in the agency space. I don't feel like anything's organic on tik tok or on Instagram anymore. It's all agencies posting up. regurgitated content. Yeah, to I mean, to, to a point. But I also think that that's where people need to invest their time in their content influencers. We know. Yeah. I mean, and their whole life is to make restaurants look better than they are. But the hard part about food is, and even to this point, it's not trackable. True. Yeah. It's not true. You don't I mean, it's, it's a branding impression. So it's not a trackable, trackable impression, like a conversion on your booking engine on your website. But if you're, you know, that that deserved of the sparkling sound. Hey, that was coming up. I'm running the board here. I can I can get myself up here. Okay. I mean, I guess you got to fire me as a producer and get somebody I mean, this is your podcast, I ain't trying to shit on you. But at the same time, Steve, I think I see soundtrack. I think there is a little bit of some, some realistically that people are using Instagram as a search engine. And I mean, even your knowledge. I mean, let's talk about this too, with Apple being the search engine. Right? You know what I mean? Or go into that direction? I mean, I think there's still too many unknowns. I think Apple's just destroying. People want to know, I don't know the answer. I mean, if I get a job at Apple, I'll happily let everybody know, except I probably will have a nondisclosure that I'll sue my asshole offer. But I mean, I think that Apple. So Apple's put themselves in a weird predicament, because now they've made it that they're not going to track anybody, they're not going to track Facebook, they're not going to track Google. So everybody's concerned about their tracking. And if their whole premise is going to be built on that they're not going to track, it's going to make their own ad platform when the time comes for them to do their own search and everything else. Like how do you have your own tracking, but you're not going to track everybody else's? is great. I mean, I mean, I think that's an interesting point. And also to I think, the power of the internet. Like, I mean, let's go into that, too. I still want to go into the Instagram stuff a little bit more, especially since we have you on Alex, because you kind of just gave us the answer. And then we got off topic and we're famous for doing that. But the power of the internet like even like with the stocks, right, just stocks the stock, like who bought Dogecoin so I did. When When did you buy? I actually I bought it I think it was like a week ago when it was at like 20 scratch. Let's just say I mean, it's like your three shares of clover. Can you buy? Can you buy lunch? By lunch, but yet though, okay, so quiet. Okay. Well, back to that question. What did you buy into it and you bought $20 worth of eight cents or so I think it dropped to like, I think it was like 22 cents, like two cents or something like that. That's when he bought it and I think I bought it with like 50 bucks. Yeah, and now it's What now? It's well it's out of eight it sounds seven 850 bucks in like 403,300 it was bad yeah like 310 for double yeah 5200 250 yep and that was actually that what that and look it's crazy I am by you know I'm You can call me that the Robin Hood trader whatever you are or whatever it is but yeah I mean Robin Hood trader Have you want to go talk about like being influenced yeah i was really hyped by by the hashtag doggy coin to the moon yeah it sounds so there you go oh so okay so so coin hit new highs today yeah I saw bitcoins at 42 so like okay so this is my thing with this doggy coin thing is because I've been I've dabbled in some trading and done a little bit but at the same time I'm not I mean, I think this doggy coin thing is a scam. It is a it is a scam. It's a pump and dump but who cares? I bought in so I screwed around with it. Yesterday I bought in one I was like 52 cents and I sold off at 76 it was never bought up. I bought two cents. Not I'm sorry, five cents. Okay, there we go. I'm sorry. I was like, God, where are these numbers coming? Yeah, and that's the thing too. I mean, ain't shitting you? You hear everybody's fucking magical numbers? You know what I mean? And they're there with the Bitcoin especially with a Bitcoin right? Now bitcoins at $42,000 right now, right? 47,000 crazy. Rip today, didn't it? Yeah, it's because Tesla put one and a half to one and a half billion dollars. So is there ever come a point where where money is just a thing now? Like, you know what I mean, it's not a it's not a real real currency? Because I don't know. I think a lot of people are making a lot of money right now just by you know, dabbling. I think that there's a lot of young Brian you know, I mean, the Robin. So, what this market has shown us is that the power of the internet you know, between Reddit, Twitter, you know, the Wall Street, Wall Street bets groups and how much stuff can be influenced? I mean, doji coin has no reason to be running other than hype. Yeah, I know it is being hyped by others and that's how it's pumping but not trying to get so technical here but how is it backed up by real money like that's that's the thing I mean, I don't want to get down the rabbit hole but it's like one day doji coin came out of the blue and now it's worth American dollars. Well, it's I mean, the same is a it everything has a valuation behind it. I mean, or is it the internet given evaluation? What is I mean, because at one point Dogecoin was like, like a 10th of a penny. So the fact that now it's worth eight cents I mean, but you can't even you can't even quantify like damn doji is like completely bullshit. Write that down. I bought it and then I the fuck out of here. doji is completely bullshit and the fact that I mean that's a pump and dump and if you made some money on it great but to hold on to that as like an investment. I mean, I'm gonna say this and somebody's gonna come back and quote me on it when this thing is like $50 and I should have been oh my god yeah yeah that's what's gonna happen if we got that many listeners are coming back to coach I Oh, but at the same but at the same time like I get a Bitcoin and I've done a little bit of research on that and understand that with the blockchain and how that can be used as a currency in real life, real world situations, right? This is this. This is the same it's just I mean, with being a little bit crypto, it's built off of Litecoin the the biggest problem is, is that there's like an unlimited amount of them. So there's no quantifiable What did I read today that like 10,000 coins are like mined every hour. Wow. So I have no idea how you would ever get ahead of this curve. I mean, it's just gonna keep making more coins, thus making them impossible to ever be worth anything. Yeah. So is your tour was your tour operation accepting cryptocurrency? Yeah, somebody can pay me in Bitcoin. I'll take Bitcoin. That's the big thing is now everybody's wondering if Tesla's gonna start accepting Bitcoin as payment. Mm hmm. I mean, so, so the big rumor mill is I get you like, hate when I look at you, but when I'm looking at the levels, talking to them, like normal, like a normal person, you talk to him like I'm talking to him. I'm like, I don't get mad. Just listen to the cues when I'm telling you, you're doing something wrong. I'm listening. Okay. So they're talking if Apple was to, you know, Apple sitting on so much fucking cash, it's stupid. So if Apple bought Bitcoin, I mean, it would hit 100,000 bucks in like a day. You know, cuz they've got more money than most banks. So if Apple all of a sudden is like, Hey, we're gonna take half of our cash and dumping crypto. Hmm. That'd be weird. It would be a wild day. What can wild stuff out there? So you're saying I should invest in bitcoins? 47,000 47,000 bucks. That's crazy. How do you even buy into that at this point? Yeah, if you're not then done that feel like the trains already left? Well, yeah. But then again, I remember like, few years ago when it was everybody was like, going crazy, because it was like, 10,000. Yeah, shouldn't be bought them. Yeah, I shouldn't. Because now it's like 47,000, then, you know, a few years from now, it's going to be at 90,000. When you so the best thing I love is like there's a there's a funny story running around the internet where some kid paid for a pizza a large pizza with like, 180 Bitcoin or some shit like that. Yeah. And now that pizza would have cost like 27 million bucks or something. That's fun. That's kicking himself. Yeah, that's the stuff I just, you know. So wondering, so when is it going to be? I mean, what's the prediction? Well, I mean, I mean, I get that there's already Bitcoin ATMs and stuff like that. But it's like, how come peak and stuff fareharbor hasn't put Bitcoin on? I have no idea. I mean, we could get one of them on and ask No, I have no idea. I mean, just when does it come? When does it become relevant? Real Money? I don't actually know that. Not saying it's not real. But I'm just saying relevant, right? Like, when do we start paying your pay for your gas with it? Yeah, that's relevant. Yeah. I don't I don't know if you're ever gonna, I mean, 20 years, maybe. But doesn't that also seem doesn't that also seem kind of then like a, you still got time kind of thing? Because it's not relevant. So it's like, why should I put real money into stuff when I'm still living in the real world? Well, because it's 40. I mean, it's 47,000. You know, I think it's just the idea of actually being able to buy into it. And it mean anything? Because eventually, if it's 100,000 bucks, if you go put two grand into it, does that seem like anything? feels like you're late? Yeah, it already feels like you're late. Yes. You're sitting on some Bitcoin feels like you're late. So there's now a minority of a minority because, yeah, well, no. Now what's gonna happen is people don't want to buy a fraction of a share of Bitcoin. So now they're gonna go buy this other bullshit. They're gonna buy Dogecoin? Because the $50,000 or you can buy 50,000 coins for 2000 bucks. Yeah, 3000 bucks. So I think the power of the internet is the bigger conversation in this here. Because not only did apps downloads for like Robin Hood, and things like that go up. But internet stuff on Reddit, the forums, you know what I mean, blog articles. All this stuff is gone. What, like, not gone away? Remember, the internet's not going anywhere? I don't think it is. Don't forget it. Okay, I think it's gonna stick around. So think about that, though. So then why wouldn't you put your business on the internet? Right. Like, I think there's still a lot of people out there that don't put their business on the internet, like from tours, tractions destinations, things to do. Even restaurants. I mean, restaurants, I think kind of are that, you know that. That Location, Location solves everything. But I agree. And I disagree. I think I think the last three to four years have majorly changed everything. I think restaurants are dependent. I mean, especially this last year, I think restaurants are super dependent on online ordering. I mean, maybe there's a laundry mat, not online. I don't know, think of like, I can't think of a business off the top of my head that I don't know, that's online. That's not online. That's not online. I mean, they're not online. Well, but you know, to any, like, if I'm ordering pizza, I can't think of a restaurant that I've ever looked up that doesn't have a website. Yeah. I think there's I mean, I think there's a few out I mean, there's but you don't you don't 5000 restaurants in Vegas, but you don't go to go to them. If they don't have you can't if you don't have that online. Yeah, you don't see them because they're not there. I mean, I'm sure there's like some like hole in the wall, like, you know, corner store restaurant or something like that isn't everything on Yelp? I find like even the most garbage restaurants are on Yelp. Isn't I mean, you know, knowing like the directory side of it. If they got a phone number, and then they rented a location. Even if they don't have a managed listing? They've made it to Google and Yelp. I think they have. I don't know. Yeah, I don't think so. either. I think there's a ton of businesses out there. There's a ton of people. I mean, we mean Brian, you search you know, I mean all the time for people. Let's talk about like that, like with tours and stuff like that. And they don't have a Google My Business listing. I mean, yeah, that's, and it's really hard for me, for me to find them for me to just check them out. You know, if what isn't that a little bit like that? if a tree falls in the woods, you know, if a tree falls in the woods, do you hear it? I mean, how are you searching down tour operations that don't have a website rack cards, prints? You know, I mean, stuff like that. I mean, we're in Vegas. How does that work? If you're searching down shit in Arizona? Yeah. I mean, they have to have some sort of online presence, do they not? I mean, I think there's a lot of there's a lot of there's a lot of pumping well, businesses that somebody had an idea to open this jetski business, and then it's not there. Right? Because they because they thought that they could code a website. So they build a website. I think that that's probably a more relevant statement. Five years ago, I would i i think that at this point, even if they're terrible online presence, I think I, you know, I'm bullshit made up stat off my head, but I bet you like 98 99% of businesses have some sort of online presence at this point. There's a market for it. Well, I think even even the people that don't want to have it, they're like, you know, somebody's like, you gotta have a Facebook. You got to have a Google My Business. Okay. I have. I think everybody even if they don't have a website, they have a Facebook page. They have something. Yeah. I don't know. And and wasn't Facebook supposed to be like the, like, market your business? You probably don't need anything right through here. You can sell everything right on your Facebook. I wonder how many businesses are not on Facebook? Yeah. Top 10? Facebook. So that's a Facebook statistic. First one, what percentage? Yeah, 40 go to the bar, that first people. So people ask. Facebook is the leading social platform reaching 60% of internet users? Facebook brought in? That's what said for revenue in 2020 80 million. Small businesses have girls? Yeah. Well, and I think, you know, in the US, this is a different statistic. I mean, does every business in India have a website? Probably not? Correct. I mean, but one of the US I think people are they do cuz that's where a lot of them are. They're building websites, they're cranking them out, they're probably the best way to see I think then I mean, not trying to go back into conspiracy theories and politics. And then this goes back to like censorship and stuff in different countries. And you know what I mean, people do not need a website in India. I couldn't tell you. I don't even tell you why wouldn't they? I mean, I suppose I think it's all relative to what you're selling. I mean, if you're selling like rotisserie chicken feed on a, you know, street side stand. Yeah, you probably don't, but I don't know. I mean, if you're that hot dog vendor in New York City on the corner, you probably don't need a website. Yeah. Okay. Then then. Okay. Let's go back to Alex's when she went and visited Florida. Yeah. Let's talk about Florida campus. We're in a rabbit hole. We're in a rabbit hole. Dig out. So. So what did you do in Florida? I had so much fun. We drank a lot a lot. I went snorkeling at a national park. I went kayaking in the Everglades. went to a bar saw some live music. Florida doesn't have COVID restrictions. Not many. I went there. How many mo he does. Did you have a quite a few. Do you like mosquitoes? j noise orders mosquitoes? Oh, yes. A lot of times, like 50% of the time we're not that good. Like they make them wrong. Or they just are too sweet. Sometimes you get that really good. Great. I agree. And you're like Oh, yeah. What's the best thing you hit there? Yeah. Oh, we went to dinner at Mila. Yeah. Did you find them on the internet? That's an it's an Instagram. Actually. Trevor found that one. Yeah, I love Miami. I got salmon. Oh, best salmon I've ever had. It's not a weird Okay, so I'm gonna give you shit about this. Why would you order salmon in Miami? What am I supposed to order? I don't know. Salmon is not in need of a Florida at all. I ordered it because it sounded good. I get it. I don't eat meat. So that kind of limits that always is like the weirdest thing to me ever. Like when you're in Hawaii and people order like lobster. You don't want to eat. Hold on. I'm confused. Is there no loss or no? I know. Is there really no real most lobster comes from Maine. Okay. I mean, like they're in Mexico though, too. I know that. Yeah. But most lobsters like when you're ordering at a restaurant or Maine lobsters. That's what most people know is lobster. So when you're when you're in weird Timbuktu and you're ordering lobster, it's not native. It's just like ordering salmon. I mean that salmon didn't get pulled from the fresh rivers of Florida matter to me. But what would I eat then if I were in Florida? I don't know like a Marlin or something like that. Okay. But it also depends on your on your eating habits right like are you are you do you eat outside the box? With fish and stuff, what do you mean? outside the box? Well, do you like scout? Do you eat anything? Like I mean yes seafood if you like like, like I like all seafood like all eat like we went to San Diego like oysters. See? shrimp? Yes. Okay. But some people only eat salmon. And it's like I eat fish but I eat salmon. Only salmon. Get out of here with that shit. Salmon is like I think I almost wanted I think lobsters are in California too to be honest with you but lobster California season. You're from California, which I am. Oh, that doesn't look like any lobster. spiny lobster. Yeah, that doesn't look fine. He was generally lobster can be found the Southern California or the lobster in Hawaii. The same type of thing like they do have lobster. But that's not what they're serving you. I get no I'm getting a giant lobster tail from Maine that they ship their plane. Yeah, I think the lobster shipping business. I think there's a documentary. I like stuff like that. I get what you're saying. So I'm not trying to give you a hard time about salmon. But I am giving you a hard time. Yeah. I mean, like looked at some Cuban places. They have like a big lag. Right? You guys didn't salsa or anything like that. The hell? You got a weird thing? You don't dance? Do you? I love to dance. I thought I thought you told me a story. You didn't pull up this menu. I want to see this menu for meal. I want to see what options looks good. I don't know. Okay, so we have the San Minster. Okay, so let's, let's break this. Let's break this down. Okay, so good. Fire dancers and everything and dance. And then let's go, you know what I mean, now do their Instagram page. Because I know that they have 50,000 or more followers, I would assume 2727 black and black and a little bit. And, and and honestly there is I mean, there is a thing about 27,000 followers, but then only 326 likes. Yeah, I still feel like this is agency type Instagram stuff. Yeah. But it's supposed to be. Well, it's supposed to be okay. Like, then you use user generated content to talk about that. Alex? Is user generated content important? I think it is. I love it. Yeah. Well, that's when Instagram was awesome. Now it's just you know what I mean? This is showing like, yeah, repost. You know what I mean? If somebody is in there and uses I'm like, this makes sense. And honestly, I think it's a strategy that your business needs to use. Okay. So when you go to Yelp, and you're looking at it, do you not go to look at the photos that other people have posted? Yeah, yeah. Just go straight to pictures, just to see what shows post? Yeah. So this is the same thing, though. Yeah, this is user generated, it's the same side of it is, but like any of the content on their page at all. So you don't go you you go to that because you want a somebody to manage your Instagram page. And to put that they have Sunday brunch? That's recent, five days ago. That's what it's meant for. You mean, the 81 people that like that out of 220 7000? People? You don't have to like it to see it. Yeah. Because they're not counting their impressions. You sound like an ad sales guy. Well, I mean, I mean, you too, I mean, in your business. And I mean, even what we do for our clients, I mean, don't you think if your business is not updating your things that you're doing to try to sell to customers, it doesn't make sense. 100% but I bought, I don't place any stock in this. Like, I don't buy any Dogecoin Well, I did buy Doge I bought Dogecoin. But I don't know, that's my, that's my issue with it. I think I think this is great. I think this is a great place to you put your user generated content better than Yelp, because Yelp you have to be a Yelp or to post it. more people, more people have Instagram, than I think that they do, then they submit to Yelp, because it's a hard thing. And just like Google reviews, it's hard. You know, it's not hard to submit it. But I don't do it every day, but I'm more likely to tag a business location or an activity that I do on Instagram. So I would sooner I would actually look up their restaurant and look up not the direct listing for it, but I would look up like the hashtag for it or, you know, see if anybody just tagged the place because I don't want to look at their page I want to look at like what other people post well, and you can and I do do that too. Like with locations tab right? You know, explore explore is a search engine for you know, Instagram, world takeover of Facebook and Instagram. But let's talk about it. Let's talk about age group why people are doing this and why your business should do it. I mean your ship sailing, it is I'm not I'm in my ship isn't sailing, I think your guys is you know, you guys are the young ones. I think it's changing faster than because I'm gonna keep doing what I've been doing forever. I'm gonna go to Yelp. I'm gonna go and I'm gonna search stuff the way I search it. You guys are the ones that that's changing faster on where, you know, you guys are kind of romanticizing how great Instagram is where everybody's kind of moved on already. And now they're looking at videos of people. bloods the same restaurants on tik tok. So, I wonder if they have a tick tock man, and I don't even know that they need to have a tick tock but they probably have tagged them or they've tagged the location, or you can search the hashtag of like Mila Miami. I don't think your business needs to have a manage Tick tock, but I think this can be like, looking for things to do in Miami, and then an influencer tags Mila, right? Like those. Hey, exploring Vegas, check out these five things that are on the strip. That's what Tick Tock is for but who's doing that stuff? Well, I think it's still, you know, I think Tick Tock is still on the new side. How's a loaded question? No, I don't think anybody's doing it great yet. I mean, I can't say nobody. There's a lot of businesses that have embraced it. And the ones that have embraced it, well have found a, you know, they've not to date all of us, but they found a 21 year old girl who lives and breathes the TIC Tock lifestyle. And she's sitting on there making videos of like, food coming out of Milos kitchen. And they're the ones crushing it on tik tok. And the rest of us are like, ah, tick, that's great. And I sit at home and I watch people dancing on Tick Tock all day. But like, you know, this way, next year, everybody's gonna have to be on their Tick Tock game. We're all just, everybody's just a little bit behind the eight ball because everything has to catch up. And that's generally how it goes. And all of a sudden, everybody's gonna have to be crushing it on their video content so that they have a good Tick Tock page. Yeah, I agree. I mean, yeah, I don't think we disagree with what you're saying. But I don't think I would go on tik tok for any sort of food research ever. I think I think Gary Vee hit it on the head if you're not producing content five years ago, like like he's he's been ahead of the game and the time and even with Tick tock, I mean, tick tock was technically musically, right before beforehand. So it was meant for doing songs or dances and stuff like that, or for artists to get found. And but now it's more turning into the the What is it? I guess the the SMB space a little bit or the business business to consumer space? Yeah. Because our fastest growing audience is middle aged women. Mm hmm. Correct. That's true. I mean, that's where, because it's fun, because Tick Tock is way more fun than Instagram. I find like, I go to Instagram and I look at it for four minutes. And I'm like, Okay, this is the same shit. Let me move on. And I can I can dissolve hours on tik tok. Yeah, just looking at stupid stuff. It's pure entertainment. Yeah, and I find it actually genuinely entertaining. Where Instagram is not entertaining. Instagram is canned. I mean, it's might as well just be driving around like the highway and looking at billboards. Yeah, but that's also what you're looking for sometimes in certain situations. I get the tick tock on the content side. I think Tick Tock is taking space away from YouTube. Yeah, like that's, that's I heard that from somewhere. So it's not like I made that up. But I would I would have ran with it. This is my hard stances. I feel like sometimes I'm a little bit knowledgeable in this face. But sometimes I they said, people that were on YouTube, like comedians and stuff like that, no, it's easier for them to do it. Plus, they're getting more impressions on Tick tock, same same type of content creation. And so I think your business doesn't necessarily need to be on Tick Tock. But let's talk about instagrammable stuff or Tick Tock stuff, did you? I mean, Alex, you've you tell us a little bit about your background and what you do kind of with with social media. Now what do you do Alex, what do you do here? Lots of content creation and manage about 14 to 15 accounts now. What do I do? Email Marketing, ads, social media, any video creation, video creation, anything that flies my way I try to tackle. You gotta wear a little couple more. But one thing that I think you know, as a, I mean, you're a professional social media strategist is if you have something that's instagrammable like, why don't you run with it? Right? Because it makes sense for your marketing. So like, tour destination spots, you know, sunset cruises, stuff like that. Isn't that an instagrammable thing? Of course it is. Well, what made you like so when you were in Florida or Miami, you went kayaking and everything? What made you want to go to this exact place to go kayaking and snorkeling and everything? And I'm assuming you before you answer. I'm assuming you did it with a company correct? Or did you guys went kayaks you went on a tour of some sort? Okay. Go I'm sorry. I mean, honestly, I went snorkeling at Biscayne National Park because the National Park and I wanted to go to national park and then kayaking for the same reason in that so let's let's search what how did you wait the kayaking company that you went what kayak company? Flamingo adventures, I think they were memorable. there okay. I'm sorry, website was decent. Matt, did you kick this over to Brian? So Brian cold calm? Hi, I was just never heard of them. And I was just recently out on one of your tours and I just wanted to talk to you about your website. Do you know somebody named Alex by chance? I was over there. You guys check your reservations. She was just there. Yeah, she works. Did you see an alligator? Oh, I saw a lot. Oh, that's scary. In manatees. What do you want, man? It is kind of interesting. Except I actually just saw on tik tok. Somebody was like, grabbed by one, man. It was like not big flippers or whatever you want to wrap, wrapped it around it. And they were scared. I mean, what was it for? Like? Just little nubs? Are they? Yeah, I don't really honestly know much about manatees. But it is interesting that uh, so you pick these. Where'd you find them? How'd you find them? Google? Good old Google. But I did look at their Instagrams and stuff, which I didn't think they were that impressive. But there weren't that many options. And what it goes for me in Facebook, Instagram, Twitter. So let's even click on this because this is I think, a relevant point. Why? Why do you Why do people put social media platforms that are irrelevant on their website? If they're not using them? Yeah. It's because they, because they've been told that they need to do it. How many followers? I do love Twitter. Twitter's fire. Yeah. I spent a lot of time on Twitter. So they're posting. Honestly, I think Twitter is making a comeback. I don't even want to call it a comeback. It's just their relevancy. Yeah, it's way higher. Yes. And I don't think it's going away. Like, no, it's fast. It makes wayfair It makes me want to be more active on Twitter. And also too, I think there's a lot of I mean, we do this on Tick tock, too. It's like we're active on Tick tock, but then we're not contributing to tick tock. I don't, but I don't actually think you could run an ad on Twitter, that would actually convert. Correct. I have no idea how you would run an ad that would actually like draw people in and like make them buy with you. Tick tock, or I'm sorry, Twitter is fast. I love Twitter, but it is like Yeah, yeah. I mean, it's great for like what I'm into, you know, if you're in the business stuff, stock stuff. It's information stuff. Yeah. politic. Yeah. Politics season, it was the greatest Yeah, it was conspiracy. zz Wynonna. Okay. So, so Okay, so this is interesting, though. Okay. Like, this is not, this is not in Smash war. All their posts were the same. Oh, it did kind of stuff. It's funny, though. I mean, I, I I still don't think you need to pay attention to your likes. You know what I mean, just my opinion on that. I don't think you need to pay attention to your likes. I don't really think even your followers is necessarily but you just scroll down. Is this an interesting? See, this is what I mean? This isn't interesting. But I think they could do it better. Oh, definitely. They are followed by fareharbor. So they got that. Yeah, but I also think though, too, like, they should have user generated content. They should have highlights. You know what I mean of stuff like, damn it, Brian, you have one job. I know. Right? I'm just saying. Flamingo Everglades. How this slipped through. You guys listen to this podcast. Like it's, I'm calling you tomorrow. Correct. Like, it's not that. And that's a good. That's a good point here. Steve. Steve's hard to like sell easy's on both sides will say I don't think it's important. But then at the other side, Brian, why didn't you sell? Why didn't you call? Well, Paul, okay, because Alex made a good point. And let's talk about this a little bit. Let's talk about the strength of a team and a managed service. I mean, not to try to pitch your own is a very, very silly selling note here. But in the same survey, just to just to break it down for people that even if you have businesses and you're listening to this, I think that it's doesn't make sense to pay somebody internally to be your professional social media poster, or your professional blog writer or your professional content creator. I just think that all these businesses have people wear too many hats. I, I'm actually not well, it's her job. But I think you know, if I'm Flamingo adventures, if Flamingo adventures has a girl whose job in life it was to just manage their content, and they could pay her. Like, they could probably crush it. And they could do really well with it. And it would make sense because they have somebody internally but what happens is that girl also takes reservation calls, and she gets stuff ready to go and she's doing contracts and she's doing all the other bullshit that goes with it. flippin. Yeah. And then it ends up sucking. And I mean, and you know, and then people are sitting around ridiculing your social media. Mm hmm. You know, like this, like this. Like Flamingo Everglades is probably great people and they're probably running a fantastic business. And we're sitting here just giving them the business about their shitty looking on Instagram and yeah, and all To I think a point to talk about this, this is another point of why your social media is important too. And what we do as an agency here is putting backlinks to your website, right? Because people might be searching your website because they found you on Instagram found you on Instagram, or found you on Instagram found you on Facebook, then they click to your website. So it's almost like you're covering the reverse engineering of it, right, like, so I got the people that are searching in Google, I got two people that are searching on Facebook, I got two people that are searching on Instagram. And then they go to my website, don't worry about the links, or the likes, and the follows and the engagement sometimes. I think it's just about being relevant. And scrolling by and seeing the last five posts that you made. I missed one likes actually mattered. I was those were good days. on those. Those were easy. good days. Yeah. I mean, also to engaging with your how's the mosquitoes, your customers, they are bad. I messaged you guys with some questions. I just want to be prepared when I come out there. I think Gina saw cothrom and I think she's already gonna be an annoying customer. Well, no, but this is what's funny. So she asked questions, and this is nobody's paying any attention. Nobody replied back to her mosquitoes are gonna fucking bite your ass. And that's a response. And if you guys learn anything from us today, I mean, if you're listening for advice here, like yeah, reply back to your customers. I mean, that's what your social media is meant for. Right? or hire us that forms that real relationship early to? Well, I think something mean, you learned a long time ago, Steve was with reviews. I thought the greatest line was like, Don't you want to be the last person that says something to your customer? Yeah. Yeah. Right. Like if somebody says, oh, that place was was great. You should still reply with Thank you next time try try our dessert, that poster by Nick, did they like that post? Go to the hover over that shit. They were somebody who's paying attention that day. Or I mean, even as a business owner, I mean, you know, Steve, from running your own businesses and stuff like that. I mean, when we started the jeep Out, I mean, we were replying, hey, easy to get ahold of, you know what I mean? liking stuff, what I'm the prime example of why this falls apart. So it helps owning an agency. But I don't, I mean, I don't want to say I don't pay attention to it. But I rely on other people to pay attention to it. So well, you made a comment and you made the decision to outsource and hire it as a service. Yes, I hired it as a service to take care of other to take care of other things to focus on, you know, getting more fleet. And you know what I mean? stuff like that, right? This is I mean, not everybody has the power of having a full agency also in their office to handle their business. This is what I think happens to a lot of these guys, they get busy with other shit. And then Flamingo adventures, gets comments and like, Hey, how are the mosquitoes and they're like, I have no idea. I'm busy running my business and making sure that people are safe and their kayaks not getting eaten by alligators. I also think social media, too, is super important for current events or situations going on. Like COVID, for example, wasn't the most time for COVID or wasn't the most times that we saw. CIT was closing down was on social media faster than your website. Oh, definitely. Most people. They were on people didn't even update their website. Yeah, yeah. They were living on, you know, everybody had the post that said, Google My Business about a million emails on your business open. Yeah. Or the or the post? Like, unfortunately, we're going to be closed for a couple weeks. Yeah, that turned into a year. I think what a pain in the ass. That was though, because everybody only updated their Facebook, and they forgot to upgrade their auto ship marks. And they forgot to update their Twitter or their Google My Business. So you'd be like calling or you'd go there and it says we're open. And then you'd go on there closed. For sure. That was a lie. Oh, yeah. I mean, I couldn't imagine that. I mean, the business listings like, I mean, California. I mean, we went to that problem with restaurants. You know what I mean? Like, are you open? Are you not open? So I mean, that was also the thing to have, like, this killed people's businesses, but also made them rethink their operation system will be very, I mean, we're still in it. It'll be very interesting. What all this looks like on the, you know, what does this look like in August? And what does this look like next year? And how do people change and adapt to this? Yeah, I don't know. I think this gets more interesting. I think we're all gonna have to be dancing in front of our businesses on tik tok. Is there gonna be another dip? I don't know You I got because I mean on this one, you're ready for the dip by the ready for the dip? By the dip? We were talking about the stocks. She doesn't even know we were we were having a Roth IRA because you're an adult conversation and so yeah, so I think that the the gambling thing Okay, this is kind of funny though. Let's ask Alex this about this. Because this is an interesting stuff. You watch the bat mean her talking about the love Island stuff like that. But like bachelor did like fantasy, you know like fantasy football? Yes, I've done it. Okay. The duck dynasty bachelor. It's called. That's bracket is one website. And and I think that's a cool tech that we should Steve remember what I sent you the vs thing? So the idea what are we going to do it on now? I mean I don't watch The Bachelor. No, I'm talking about gambling tech kind of I mean, that's what I'm trying to go Want to bet on. Like, who gets kicked off the bachelor? Yeah, that's you can it's on versus I'm sure you can. But should you? Well remember what I sent you about the about the beer pong thing already? You know what I mean? And you've played fantasy, and you would almost pay as entertainment. Right? Would you we all put in 20 bucks. But would you actually bet Okay, so you're watching the bachelor, whatever, Monday nights, right? Would you bet on like, john is gonna be kicked off the show? Would you play some money wager on that? Maybe there was like a system set up? Exactly. There's got to be a thing built in. Like my type of sports betting. This is what this is the missed opportunity here. This is where they're, they're marketing it to the wrong people. Because Steve, let me show you this. I ran today. Oh my gosh. Yeah. I mean, I'm excited to see this. She's gonna all of a sudden start betting on a well, okay, so I got I learned about this today or whatever. I mean, this has got to do with kind of the, the stuff like like this, or this barstool play. Cuz I mean, I'm a barstool. I'm a stoolie. guy. I mean, I actually have been more got into it. But they're also doing you can bet which stock will perform the best this week. See this? Honestly, all I think so the adults in me thinks that some of this is like bad, correct? Well, because like, not everything in life, like the stock market is already risky, right? Like, I don't need to bet what stock is going to perform the best. You know how I like to bet when the stock is going to perform well, by putting my money in the stock. I don't know that I need to bet on like, Hey, I think AMC is gonna rip this week. That's they just released this today. I think on his on it. Well, no, the barstool play app has been out. But the being able to bet on which stock is going to perform better. That's crazy. You're gonna do it. No, but I think that's cool. I think it's neat. I think that's like something. I think that that's something that we're talking about in like the tech side like that, versus does barstool play like this is showing they've been doing live streams and people playing beer pong against each other. And because they have an audience, you can bet like I think Hanks gonna win. I think. I think that's cool, too. I think this is a slippery slope. Betting game, but this is the old man side of me talking. This is like the dad side of me talking. Like, should you be able to bet on everything and anything at any given point? It's one thing when you can go to a casino and you can put $500 down on a game and then you have to leave. But you don't live at that casino. When you're bored sitting at home and I'm scrolling through Tick Tock. Yeah, and Brian's board is fucking he's betting on a guy playing beer pong. Yeah. And he loses his paycheck because Brian's goddamn gambling, you know, has a gambling problem. And you're sitting there as like drinking your wine watching the bachelor, and you lose $500 betting on whether john gets the last rose. Well, that's a trap. And I and I, and I get that and I think it's gonna be regulated. And I honestly the old man me feels about cryptocurrency. Because I'm sitting there and I mean, your people are crushing in crypto, but I'm also like, when the fuck is that gonna become? Yeah, but I mean, that's like, this is like somebody's real money. In crypto isn't sad, but it doesn't. It doesn't go to zero. If you can place bets for sports betting with the app on your use what's really the difference? I'm not I'm not arguing on whether or not that's a good idea. Or that it's like interesting, because it's interesting. But I just wanted to bring this up. Because I wanted people to do some own research on it. I you guys to look into it. Because I think that that it's cool. And I think that's, you know, kind of my my tech thing that's coming in, we talked about stocks. We talked about the power of the internet. We talked about influencing today. talked a lot about today. Thanks for joining our show, Alex. Like we did, and so yeah, so check that stuff out, guys. So I mean, if you guys haven't checked out what we talked about, we'll post some links Steve in the YouTube description. I know on some of them. We said we were going we didn't and so he blocked me that we do got to go back though. So yeah, so the versus the barstool stuff. We're gonna be betting on the batch farm. Check out the stalks. So yeah, thanks again for listening to the AMP podcast, adventure activity marketing pros. My name is Jayden. We'll see you guys all next time and Sunday night later. And that's it.