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The Profit Moffatt Show Podcast
In this episode of The Profit Moffatt show, I chat with entrepreneur and master travel artist Devin Galaudet.
Devin has perfected the craft of getting free travel across the world and today he’s going to share a few of his coveted secrets with you.
The tactics Devin uses to secure such lavish free vacations are much different than what you’ll hear from the typical travel blogger and it just may inspire you to embark upon a trip that you’ve been dreaming about for a long time.
If you’d like to learn more about Free Travel, please visit Devin’s informative blog and website at http://www.intheknowtraveler.com
In episode #52 of The Profit Moffatt Show, we chat with Mr. Life On Fire, Nick Unsworth.
You can check out Nick’s site at www.LifeOnFire.com
Some of the highlights of the show are timestamped below…
I hope you enjoy the show. Please feel free to share and comment below.
Jason “Profit” Moffatt
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…
On this week’s episode of The Profit Moffatt Show we chat with domain flipping expert Gene Pimentel.
On this week’s episode of The Profit Moffatt Show, we welcome the author of The Perfect Day Formula Craig Ballantyne. In the Perfect Day Formula, you’ll discover how to own the day and control your life without a bunch of complicated and confusing jargon.
Below you will find some time stamps and notes that highlight some of the best parts of the show.
I hope you enjoy!
Make sure you head over www.freeperfectdaybook.com and grab a FREE COPY of Craig’s Perfect Day Formula book and if you’d like to level up and get the entire success kit, go check out his free video at www.perfectdayformula.com
Aloha everyone, and welcome to 2017. In this week’s podcast, it’s just me broadcasting solo while I lay down a bit of the groundwork for what to expect in the coming year.
Also, I’m incredibly sick so please excuse the sniveling and raspy voice. Every fiber in my body didn’t want to get up and record the podcast, but I didn’t want to botch my New Years resolution on the first week. You’ll see what that resolution is at the 2:30 mark of the podcast.
Here are a few of the highlights of what you’re about to hear in episode #48 of The Profit Moffatt Show… (If you’re the kind of person who likes to listen to podcasts via iTunes, you can do so here —> www.profitmoffattshow.com )
My buddy Ori Bengal is one of the most unique and talented characters I’ve ever met on the internet. Watching his entrepreneurial evolution over the last decade has been a real treat.
Like me, Ori is an ADHD poster child, which is why his latest venture in life is so impressive. Ori has been creating some sort of art every day for over the last 1600 days. Yes, every single day.
I’ll admit when he started out some of the art pieces seemed like chicken scratch. I was like… “Really?”.
But he kept at it, every single day. Relentless, passionate, and visionary are words I’d use to describe Ori. I’m so stoked for this guy.
In episode #47 on The Profit Moffatt Show, Ori and I talk about that journey and how he got to his new projects Dogs By Ori.
If you have a pet, I highly encourage you to check out his websites, and if you like them, hit him up to commission a painting. In fact, if you go here… you can even get a Profit Moffatt discount by visiting this link right here.
Imagine if you could accomplish your top 4 goals in the next 12 weeks. That’s what 12 Week Mastery is all about.
In podcast #46 I rap with my good buddy about peak performance, being a high achiever and achieving more in a few weeks than most do in years.
Recently, Tom partnered up with Brian Moran, the author of The 12 Week Year and graciously sent me access to the upcoming program. For the last couple of days, I’ve been going through the videos and I gotta say, I’ve accomplished more in those 2 days than I have in a typical 2 weeks.
These fellas get me into the flow, and I have a feeling they can do the same to you.
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In this week’s episode of The Profit Moffatt Show, we chat with the creator of The Ask Method, Ryan Levesque. Ryan is the author of the national best-selling book Ask, and is the creator of the incredibly successful Ask Method.
During the show you’ll discover…
Ryan is absolutely brilliant and I think you’re going to love this show.
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Jason “Profit” Moffatt
On this week’s episode of The Profit Moffatt Show, we chat with The Email Deliverability Jedi Chris Lang all about email deliverability.
I kind of think email is like your brain in that it only works well when it’s opened. But if the emails are landing in the promotions folder, or even worse the spam folder, they may never be seen, nor opened.
What is the promotions folder? See the 3 tabs on the image below. From left to right you see, Primary, Social, and Promotions. You want to land in the Primary tab if you want the most amount of people to see your email. (See image below)…
The truth is, many practices will land you in the promotions folder. In today’s podcast, Chris Lang is going to share ways to stay out of this folder and how to get more of your emails read.
Now before we start, it’s important to understand a few things. None of these rules or tips are absolutes. You may see people violating a variety of these things and still landing in the primary tab.
Also, this is not about trying to game Google or Gmail. Anytime you try to game Google, you’re running the risk of suffering a penalty that you’ll wish you away like a bad cold sore.
So, without further ado, here are the top 10 things you can do to try and remain in the primary tab. Let’s count them down backwards from 10 to 1…
10. Give up the perception that your pretty emails matter. Often, those pretty emails could be hurting you more than helping.
9. Don’t email only when you’re promoting something. You should really strive for engagement with your emails subscribers and if all you do is pitch products, people will be less inclined to open your emails and engage with you.
8. Your emails should be optimized for mobile phones.
7. Business names will often land you in the promotions tab. Try using your real name instead of the company name.
6. Using lots of images and the same image in every email is an easy way to land in the promotions tab. You may want to rethink using that corporate logo in every email.
5. Too much HTML from templates and such can hurt you. HTML screams business, not a real person.
4. Don’t add the same signature file with a bunch of links in every email. You want to mix things up.
3. Try to keep emails to 1 or 2 links. Less is more. Normal people don’t send emails to friends with 5 or 6 emails in them, and you shouldn’t either.
2. Give people whitelising instructions. Don’t just ask them to whitelist you, but provide them instructions.
1. Use one from address and stick to it. Also, don’t use free email addresses like Gmail or Yahoo.
If you’d like to learn more from Chris and even potentially hire him for consulting on your email best practices you can check out his website at www.emaildeliveryjedi.com.
Jason “Profit” Moffatt
PS: If you’re just getting started with email marketing I highly encourage you to check out my FREE 14-Day Email Marketing Course at www.WriteSendCollect.com