Ryan Hills' story about a decades worth of ups and downs with his REsource TV video show

Many real estate agents have tried their own video show or podcast, but it “didn't work” for them. In the 3 months they released weekly videos, they didn't reach the level of success or grow their audience as big as they expected they would. So naturally, they threw in the towel.

Then there's Ryan Hills, host of REsource.TV. He's been consistently doing his show every single week for TEN YEARS. Yeah, a decade. REsource TV has been publishing new episodes consistently for a freakin' decade. Over that time, he's wanted to quit. Many times. Like, MANY times. But he didn't. He just kept going, show after show, improving incrementally each time.

Anyone who sees the REsource TV show come across their news feed today can see the incredibly well done, well produced videos that they do. But it took years and years of doing “less than awesome” videos to learn how to make a good one.

This week, Ryan Hills is telling the story of what he's learned over these last 10 years of doing his video show, the struggles and headwinds he had to overcome, how he stayed consistent even when wanting to quit, and exactly what type of video equipment that you need to launch a video show of your own.

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Posted by TheREsource.tv on Monday, December 30, 2019

About our Guest: Ryan Hills

Ryan and the guys at the RE Source produce weekly real estate & mortgage videos that are watched nationwide. Host Ryan Hills & Co-Host/Producer Ryan Christensen have been seen on the National Real Estate Post, The Lighter side of Real Estate, Think Big Work Small and various other media outlets. In addition to video, they continually mastermind with several industry leaders such as Mortgage Coach, The Knowledge Coop, Mortgage Marketing Animals, MBS Highway, Chrisman Report and Keller Williams International. They have also worked with several Industry Advocacy Groups such as National Association of Independent Housing Professionals, National Association of Mortgage Women, WAMP, MBA and the NMBA to name a few. The guys at the RE Source have obtained a national audience with their mix of Educational, Motivational and Comedic shows!
They have had industry leaders such as Dave Savage, Sue Woodard, Garth Graham, Barry Habib, Ken Perry, Tim Davis, Kristin Messerli, Dustin Brohm, Clayton Collins and Coach Bill Hart on their Masterclass series. Learn more about the Masterclass Series.
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Dustin Brohm is a "marketer who sells homes." He hosts the Massive Agent Podcast, runs the Massive Agent Society real estate agent coaching platform, and is Co-Founder of the Industry Syndicate real estate podcast network. Dustin was a Top 3 Finalist for an Inman Innovator of the Year Award. Dustin is a keynote speaker on all things real estate marketing, social media, podcasting, and lead generation and has spoken on stage at Gary Vaynerchuk’s Agent2021, Inman Connect, HousingWire, numerous annual conferences for Realtor associations, and much more. In the end, Dustin Brohm is a Real Estate Agent w/ eXp Realty in Salt Lake City, UT, and leads a team of over 200+ agents across 30+ states and Canada.

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