‘Influencer’ is a term many look at with awe. It seems to be so out of reach and distant, but Ace of Spades Agency is proving that in today’s day and age, it doesn’t have to be that difficult to become one.
In fact, the social media agency’s founder, Jay Jay, says that all you need is the right team to help you get there. “Trying to do everything alone is so hard. You don’t know what you’re doing half the time, and it’s just so time consuming. But if you have the right team and connections, you just do what you do best, and leave the rest to the experts.”
Jay Jay started his digital agency after spending the last 16 years of his life growing his social influence. Beginning his career as a magician, his YouTube channel now has over 400,000 subscribers and over 57 million views.
After leaving magic, Jay Jay started speaking worldwide. His successes include speaking for Fortune 500 companies and traveling to over 30 countries for events.
At the time, Jay Jay had no agent or manager to help him. “After doing this myself and creating the success online I felt it was only appropriate that I could do it for others.”
Today, Jay Jay has over one million followers on Instagram and is now helping others become influencers online. But he isn’t just helping anyone who wants to become famous. “We work specifically with entrepreneurs and professionals who really want to grow their brand, get attention and leave an amazing legacy. There is purpose behind what we do.”
Ace of Spades Agency has already helped hundreds of personal brands in over twelve countries, and has helped many clients verified and published in the press. Jay Jay shares that his vision for the agency is to be in global offices all around the world and help one million people leave a legacy on this planet.
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