Alex Ragir

Alex Ragir

Guest Writer
Co-founder of Storyhunter, Award-Winning Journalist and Filmmaker

About Alex Ragir

Alex Ragir is the co-founder of Storyhunter, the world’s leading video creator marketplace and freelancer management system. As an entrepreneur helping the most recognized names in video production transform their strategies for the digital era, Alex built the Storyhunter freelancer network from zero to over 25,000 filmmakers, journalists and production companies in 192+ countries (join as a freelancer here). He also hosts The Rough Cut with Alex Ragir, which gives viewers an inside look into most innovative minds in media and marketing. 

More From Alex Ragir

Success Strategies

This Founder of a Marketing Agency Shares His 3 Pillars for Building Successful Teams

Plus, here's the importance of establishing and maintaining a culture in your company.
Creativity

This Graphic-Designer-Turned-Chief-Creative-Officer Gives Advice on Unorthodox Career Paths

Here's how to get your dream job, even if the way forward isn't obvious.
Marketing Strategies

This Marketing Guru Says You Should Focus on a 'Coalition of the Willing'

Alex Ragir sits down with Bonin Bough to break down Bough's backstory and marketing tips you can use for your business.
Traits

2 Great Traits for All Young Professionals

Are you curious and passionate enough to succeed long-term?

Ketchum's First Female CEO Talks Diversity in Upper Management

Here's how this CEO thinks women can break through the glass ceiling and positively impact their businesses.
Success Habits

Twitter's Head of Content Creation on How to Optimize Your Content on Twitter

Alex Ragir sits down with Twitter Head of Content Creation Stacy Minero.
Advertising

This Cannes Lions Festival Winner Talks Survival, Video Storytelling and State of the Advertising Industry

Check out how this marketing strategy for Whoppers helped one advertiser win big.
Advice

This Media Mogul Explains His Surest Way to Success for Young Entrepreneurs

Group Nine Media's Mickey Meyer recommends prioritizing your interests over success.