#51 Video Now With Buffalo Randy Primm

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Randy Primm, aka The Roadbandit, aka Buffalo Randy has been a good buddy of mine for many years. I first met up with him years ago when we joined forces and created our own little gypsy caravan in our RV’s.

On this week’s episode, I chat with Randy about his experience as a pro videographer. He’s been super fortunate to film all over the United States on some super sweet gigs for the UFC, the Seattle Seahawks, Seattle Mariners, and more.

Randy’s put together a killer video offer that he’s sharing with a handful of lucky people who reach out to work with him. You can check out that offer at http://www.roadbandit.com/videonow/

In this week’s episode you’ll discover…

  • 2:40 Randy’s offer to make you a video at http://www.roadbandit.com/videonow/

  • 3:50 How Randy got the nickname Buffalo Randy. (Hint, it has to do with the dude in the video at the bottom of this page)

  • 5:58 The nickname that auto correct give me.

  • 7:15 Why Randy hasn’t eaten any food in 13 days.

  • 10:36 How I found Randy on YouTube & why I messaged him on every platform possible.

  • 12:05 How Randy scored video gigs with FoxSports Net, UFC, Seahawks, Mariners & more.

  • 14:45 What piece of advice Randy kept getting from successful marketers are parties and events.

  • 17:55 One of the most viral stories that ever took off on the internet.

  • 21:20 Why talking head videos don’t convert as well as simple slides during webinars and presentations.

  • 27:47 Why Randy stays away from YouTube comments and controversy on social media.

  • 29:40 Who the anonymous hater was that was commenting mean things on Randy’s videos.

And, as promised…

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Jason Moffatt
 

Jason Moffatt is a former private detective turned internet marketer who uses his skills of keen observation and deductive reasoning to pinpoint the most reliable paths to success online. He’s passionate about helping entrepreneurs, health practitioners & those in the personal development space. Jason believes we’re all a work in progress and that each day presents an opportunity to be a little better than the last.

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