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A Republic, If You Can Keep It
MAGA Mania (Guest: Denver Riggleman)

A Republic, If You Can Keep It

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 56:47


We've got a MAGA alert agenda this week: Michigan Republicans have a battle of election deniers for chair of their party.  Some top Michigan Republicans want to draft charisma-challenged Florida Governor Ron DeSantis to lead the 2024 ticket.  In Ottawa County, the MAGA takeover of the Republican Party is on full display with a purge of county officials who aren't radical enough for the new county commission.  And the MAGA wing is looking at a takeover of some mid-Michigan school boards.  The MAGA-craziness is on display in DC as well, with reality-adjacent people like Marjorie Taylor Greene and Jim Jordan now into power positions in the U.S. House…which also features a couple of committee assignments for the Congressman currently known as George Santos. Joining the conversation this week is former Republican Denver Riggleman of Virginia. A former Air Force officer and National Security Agency contractor, Riggleman was elected to the United States House of Representatives in 2018. He was defeated in his bid for reelection in 2020, losing to Republican primary challenger Bob Good in a drive-through party convention.  Riggleman co-authored a book with Hunter Walker titled, The Breach, which was published in October of 2022. The book detailed his work on the United States House Select Committee on the January 6 Attack. He is the only member of the Republican party to speak on the House of Representatives floor against QAnon. He is a co-sponsor of 2020 US House resolution "Condemning QAnon and rejecting the conspiracy theories it promotes". He is also one of the co-authors of the Network Contagion Research Institute report called "THE QANON CONSPIRACY: Destroying Families, Dividing Communities, Undermining Democracy" which he wrote before the January 6 storming of the US Capitol. This week in Michigan politics:  Michigan Democrats: Let's move up presidential primary. GOP: Not so fast | Bridge Michigan New Hampshire Democrats to Biden: Changing primary calendar will ‘wreak havoc' on us   | The Hill Biden risks backlash with 2024 presidential election primary calendar Inside the Early Elbowing for Michigan's Open Senate Seat Pressure coming for Stabenow to step down early | WLNS 6 News Perry Johnson, mulling presidential or U.S. Senate run in Michigan, plans Super Bowl ad Basically broke, Michigan GOP to charge delegates to attend convention | Bridge Michigan New Ottawa County board ends racial diversity office, hires John Gibbs Ottawa County's newly named health officer spread baseless COVID-19 info Michigan GOP chair candidates stick with unproven election claims Conservative group names 5 Greater Lansing school districts to watchlist Top Michigan Republicans move to draft DeSantis for 2024 Michigan Biden electors sue false Trump slate House GOP votes: Marjorie Taylor Greene is not ‘fringe' Insider: Some ... relegated to subcommittees after speaker vote =========================== This week's podcast is underwritten in part by EPIC-MRAEPIC ▪ MRA is a full service survey research firm with expertise in: • Public Opinion Surveys • Market Research Studies • Live Telephone Surveys • On-Line and Automated Surveys • Focus Group Research • Bond Proposals - Millage Campaigns • Political Campaigns & Consulting • Ballot Proposals - Issue Advocacy Research • Community - Media Relations • Issue - Image Management • Database Development & List Management

Swing-Trading the Stock Market
Watch List Management

Swing-Trading the Stock Market

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 17:21


What platforms are the best for managing a watch list? In this episode of Swing Trading the Stock Market, Ryan details the essentials for having a good watch list and how he sets up and uses his own personal watch lists. Whiskey: Kurayoshi Pure Malt Whiskey Be sure to check out my Swing-Trading offering through Patreon that goes hand-in-hand with my podcast, offering all of the research, charts and technical analysis on the stock market and individual stocks, not to mention my personal watch-lists and regular updates on the most popular stocks, including FAANG stocks, Microsoft and Tesla. This is provided each and every week! Check it out now at: www.swingtradingthestockmarket.com

A Republic, If You Can Keep It
The Domino Effect

A Republic, If You Can Keep It

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 41:06


The Michigan Legislature's 2023 session has officially started. Democrats, now controlling both chambers for the first time in 40 years, have already introduced a raft of high-priority bills. And the 2024 game of political musical chairs is underway. We update the race to succeed Debbie Stabenow in the Senate, and the likely domino effect of that race on Michigan's congressional delegation. Walt Sorg sits in for Mark Brewer who is on vacation. Walt and Jeff decided that makes it a good time to talk about Mark behind his back ... specifically about how Mark was one of the behind-the-scenes heroes of the 2022 midterm election. His constant vigilance over those who would wreak havoc on the electoral process was a big factor in keeping the election and post-election period quiet and without controversy. Some of the stories in this week's panoply of Michigan politics: Perry Johnson considering U.S. Senate bid, launching book Holly Otterbein on Twitter: "Abdul El-Sayed…doesn't “have any plans” to run for Senate in 2024 Ken Coleman on Twitter: "Former state Rep. Leslie Love (D-Detroit) interested in running for U.S. Senate Opinion | Debbie Stabenow retires, but Democrats can keep Michigan's Senate seat - The Washington Post Benson on Michigan Senate run: 'I'm really happy in my current job' Michigan AG Nessel reopens investigation into false Trump electors - Detroit News Dana Nessel: There's ‘clear evidence' to charge fake electors loyal to Trump - Bridge Michigan Returning citizens feel betrayed after Bernstein blasts clerk hire - Detroit Free Press Peters will again chair the Senate Democrats' campaign arm - NBC News AP-NORC Poll on 2023 Priorities CBS News poll: Inflation, cooperation and…investigation? Americans on what the new Congress should — and shouldn't — deliver - CBS News DeVos-funded campaign for school voucher-like plan withdraws petitions in a sign of defeat | Bridge Michigan Ann Arbor Public Schools mask mandate relieves some, frustrates others | Bridge Michigan Michigan Republicans pitch absentee ‘ballot harvesting.' That's not legal. | Bridge Michigan Speaker, Senate Majority Leader Make Priorities Known with First Bills - Senate news release New Democratic majority kicks off session with bills axing Right to Work, 1931 abortion ban ⋆ Michigan Advance Michigan Democrats, back in power in Lansing, eye quick action on tax cuts - Bridge Michigan Historic fight brewing over repeal of Michigan's right-to-work law - Detroit Free Press 8 Republicans vote against Tate as House speaker as GOP grapples with life in the minority ⋆ Michigan Advance =========================== This week's podcast is underwritten in part by EPIC-MRAEPIC ▪ MRA is a full service survey research firm with expertise in: • Public Opinion Surveys • Market Research Studies • Live Telephone Surveys • On-Line and Automated Surveys • Focus Group Research • Bond Proposals - Millage Campaigns • Political Campaigns & Consulting • Ballot Proposals - Issue Advocacy Research • Community - Media Relations • Issue - Image Management • Database Development & List Management

A Republic, If You Can Keep It
The Stabenow Surprise

A Republic, If You Can Keep It

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 50:40


In Washington D.C., Republicans are a hot mess – with two former Michigan congressmen waiting in the wings as a possible solution. In Michigan – a political shocker. Even as Democrats take full control of state government, Senator Debbie Stabenow drops a political bombshell. Michigan politics has been upended by the decision of Senator Stabenow to end a half-century of public service to, in her words, "I intend to begin a new chapter in my life that includes continuing to serve our State outside of elected office while spending precious time with my amazing 96-year-old mom and my wonderful family." The Michigan inauguration on January 1 not only launched the Democratic trifecta in Michigan State government, it cemented the prominence of women and minority group members in all the centers of political power within state government. Women are now Governor, Secretary of State, Attorney General, Senate Majority Leader, Chief Justice, House Speaker Pro Tem, and chairs of both the House and Senate Appropriations Committee. Two more top leaders -- the Lt. Governor and Speaker of the House -- are African Americans, and the two Majority Floor leaders are am Indian-American and Middle East-American. Add to that: eight of Michigan's 13 members of Congress are women! In other political news over the last week: Gov. Gretchen Whitmer sworn in for second term: 8 issues to watch in 2023 in Michigan | Bridge Michigan Whitmer pledges gun control, relief for seniors, in 2nd inaugural speech Gretchen Whitmer won't boost gas taxes. But maybe a mileage tax for roads? | Bridge Michigan Livengood: Michigan Legislature's term limits experiment begins anew Michigan Supreme Court picks Clement as Chief Justice for full term Meet Michigan's new lawmakers: They're younger, more educated, less diverse | Bridge Michigan Hey Michigan Dems: Here are four ways to score bipartisan wins this year | Bridge Michigan Whitmer's husband, Marc Mallory, retired from dentistry after threats Finley: Fred Upton finds House speaker suggestion 'intriguing' Former U.S. Rep. Justin Amash tweets outside bid for House speaker Amash at Capitol to pitch himself as 'nonpartisan' speaker amid tumult All but two McCarthy defectors in House are election deniers - The Washington Post Lavora Barnes seeks reelection as leader of Michigan Democratic Party ‘To Hell with It': A GOP Congressman Reflects on His One Term in Trump's Party - POLITICO Charlie Kirk delivers a warning to the RNC, and sparks a backlash - The Washington Post New Ottawa County board ends racial diversity office, hires John Gibbs | Bridge Michigan Feds assisting probe of former Michigan House Speaker Lee Chatfield | Bridge Michigan Insider: House Dem leader says Chatfield ethics review still needed The Michigan lawyer pushing Trump's voter-fraud fictions in U.S. court Michigan evaded election chaos in midterm Testimony of former MI GOP chair Laura Cox to Jan 6 committee Colleen House, GOP activist and first wife of John Engler, dies at 70 Art in the U.S. Capitol honors 141 enslavers and 13 Confederates - Washington Post MI Legislature approves resolution to replace Lewis Cass statue in US Capitol; =========================== This week's podcast is underwritten in part by EPIC-MRAEPIC ▪ MRA is a full service survey research firm with expertise in: • Public Opinion Surveys • Market Research Studies • Live Telephone Surveys • On-Line and Automated Surveys • Focus Group Research • Bond Proposals - Millage Campaigns • Political Campaigns & Consulting • Ballot Proposals - Issue Advocacy Research • Community - Media Relations • Issue - Image Management • Database Development & List Management

A Republic, If You Can Keep It
Holiday Special – Corruption Dejá Vu

A Republic, If You Can Keep It

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 43:41


More than 100 years ago, George Satayana wrote “those who ignore history are doomed to repeat it.” When it comes to political scandals it is especially true. So today, some Michigan political history that may foreshadow one of the first big stories of 2023. Pulitizer Prize-winning reproters Eric Freedman, and Jim, Mitzelfeld, right, celebrate news of their award April 12, 1994 with Detroit News Editor and Publisher Robert H. Giles. The first story in their winning series on the mishandling of spending by the Michigan State House Fiscal Agency was printed in January 1993. Diane Weiss / The Detroit News And that is the investigation of former state House Speaker Lee Chatfield – an investigation that began with accusations of sexual misbehavior and quickly branched out to major misuse of government money, campaign fundraising practices bordering on bribery, and the sometimes toxic intersection of high-powered lobbyists and government decision makers. 29 years ago Lansing was embroiled in a scandal with many of the same overtones of the Chatfield affair. Massive amounts of money were stolen by the powerful and excessively independent director of the state House of Representatives' fiscal agency.  Mitzelfeld (left) and Friedman (right) nearly 30 years later, joined by 1990 Pulitzer winner M.L. Elrick of the Detroit Free Press. As has been true with the Chatfield scandal, much of the public's knowledge of the corrupt behavior was revealed by reporters from the Detroit News. The coverage of the 1993 House Fiscal Agency Scandal was led by reporters Jim Mitzelfeld and Eric Freedman. They were awarded a Pulitzer Prize for their reporting … and they join us on a special edition of “A Republic, If You Can Keep It”. (The interview was recorded before we learned that the U.S. Justice Department was assisting in the Chatfield investigation; anything either of our guests say regarding that investigation is solely based on what they had read in the news.) For more information on the two scandals: • The 7 worst political scandals in Michigan history • The Scandal, 20 Years Later - John Lindstrom blog post • Corruption lingers 20 years after legislative scandal erupts - Spartan Newsroom (by Eric Freedman) • Leaders act quickly in fiscal agency scandal. - Free Online Library • U.S. v. MORBERG | 863 F.Supp. 511 (1994) | upp51111272 | Leagle.com • Michigan State Police hand off Lee Chatfield probe to Attorney General | Bridge Michigan • Ex-Speaker Lee Chatfield provided foothold in government for lobbyists - Detroit News • Lee Chatfield traveled the nation as Michigan's speaker, but who paid? • Livengood: Chatfield scandal exposes unchecked influence of lobbyists • Commentary: Tarnished gavels – Is corruption an occupational hazard for House speakers? - Spartan Newsroom (by Eric Freedman) =========================== This week's podcast is underwritten in part by EPIC-MRAEPIC ▪ MRA is a full service survey research firm with expertise in: • Public Opinion Surveys • Market Research Studies • Live Telephone Surveys • On-Line and Automated Surveys • Focus Group Research • Bond Proposals - Millage Campaigns • Political Campaigns & Consulting • Ballot Proposals - Issue Advocacy Research • Community - Media Relations • Issue - Image Management • Database Development & List Management  

Alexa Entrepreneurs On Fire
From Failed College Baseball Player to $3MM Email List Management Company with Troy Ericson

Alexa Entrepreneurs On Fire

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 30:20


Troy Ericson is the owner of Email Paramedic, the leading Email List Management Agency that has generated over $50,000,000 for their clients since 2019 by improving email copy & deliverability. He was ranked as the #20 Copywriter in the world by Peter Tzemis from Traffic & Funnels. He is also a musician, former college baseball player, and lives in Tampa, Florida Top 3 Value Bombs: 1. Pay attention to three things: DKIM, SPF, DMARK. those things should all say pass. If any of those say fail or neutral, or in some cases if your DMARK doesn't even show up, that is a red flag. That basically means you are failing one of the three kinds of verifications, more or less. 2. Quality is always more important than quantity. Everybody wants a really big list, but at the end of the day you got to make sure that they want to be there and they're excited. 3. Understand that you can try and reengage those other people later. But for now, you have to solve the bleeding wound that is in your e-mail list and your open hearts are suffering from. Have access to every single question about email marketing and answers to it - FAQ Email Sponsors: HubSpot: Learn how HubSpot can help your business grow better at HubSpot.com. ZipRecruiter: Discover hiring joy with ZipRecruiter! Try ZipRecruiter for free at ZipRecruiter.com/fire. ZipRecruiter. The smartest way to hire.

Entrepreneurs on Fire
From Failed College Baseball Player to $3MM Email List Management Company with Troy Ericson

Entrepreneurs on Fire

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 30:20


Troy Ericson is the owner of Email Paramedic, the leading Email List Management Agency that has generated over $50,000,000 for their clients since 2019 by improving email copy & deliverability. He was ranked as the #20 Copywriter in the world by Peter Tzemis from Traffic & Funnels. He is also a musician, former college baseball player, and lives in Tampa, Florida Top 3 Value Bombs: 1. Pay attention to three things: DKIM, SPF, DMARK. those things should all say pass. If any of those say fail or neutral, or in some cases if your DMARK doesn't even show up, that is a red flag. That basically means you are failing one of the three kinds of verifications, more or less. 2. Quality is always more important than quantity. Everybody wants a really big list, but at the end of the day you got to make sure that they want to be there and they're excited. 3. Understand that you can try and reengage those other people later. But for now, you have to solve the bleeding wound that is in your e-mail list and your open hearts are suffering from. Have access to every single question about email marketing and answers to it - FAQ Email Sponsors: HubSpot: Learn how HubSpot can help your business grow better at HubSpot.com. ZipRecruiter: Discover hiring joy with ZipRecruiter! Try ZipRecruiter for free at ZipRecruiter.com/fire. ZipRecruiter. The smartest way to hire.

Building Fortunes Radio with Host Peter Mingils
List management with Network Marketing Leads and MLM Leads Training

Building Fortunes Radio with Host Peter Mingils

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 30:00


Building Fortunes Radio and the Home Based Business List management with Network Marketing Leads and MLM Leads Training .    For MLM Leads, MLM Training, and Lead Management Systems, https://www.NetworkLeads.com Advertise on MLM Classified websites on the Youmongus Ad Network https://www.youmongusadnetwork.com  is a classified ads website network that PM Marketing developed for Network Marketing Opportunities and MLM Product Sales. Advertise on  http://www.mlmwhoswho.net  and https://www.youmongusads.com   Peter Mingils owns PM Marketing and a background in direct sales and direct sales management. Peter Mingils is on the Board of The MLMIA The Multi-level Marketing International Association. and Social Networking Association Previous board DSWA Direct Sales Womens Alliance https://www.mydswa.org and past President of DRA The Distributor Rights Association and ANMP https://www.anmp.com  The Association of Network Marketing Professionals.Best mlm lead generation . Avoid MLM Ponzi Schemes and Pyramid Scams. Peter Mingils owns MLM Charity https://mlm.charity and  MLM News https://mlm.news (386) 445-3585 https://www.buildingfortunes.com is the Affiliate Program  

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The Erik Allen Show
Ep. 175 | Key Pieces To Email List Management | Troy Ericson

The Erik Allen Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 22:23


Troy Ericson shares the Key Pieces to Email List Management! He is the Owner of Email Paramedic which has generated over $50 MILLION for his clients since 2019 & is one of the best copywriters in the WORLD! He has worked with David Meltzer, Ryan Stewman, RAZE Energy & much more! Check it out!   - https://youtu.be/CJjLEAc_aTc - Key Discussion Points: - Key Pieces To Email List Management - Suffering from yips early on - Applying what you learn - How to build your email list FAST - How to make money with your email list  - Quality is better than quantity - Launching a new platform to help copywriters - Success VS Fulfillment - The biggest challenge in email marketing & how to overcome it - Being a massive Metallica fan & seeing them 18x so far! -  Help Support The Show - Buy Me A Coffee - Thank you in advance! - Quick shoutout to our sponsors for this show: Tranquil Turtle Massage (Tell them I sent you for $25 off) CDA Brows, Body & Ink LLC - (Tell them I sent you for $100 off Tattoo brows or Plasma Tightening!!) Operation Life - Helping Christian Men Achieve Greater Purpose, Passion, Prosperity, and Power Through Kingdom-Entrepreneurship. Tigatu - A Lifestyle Clothing Company (use code "TopRatedMMA" for 10% off) The Determined Society Podcast from Shawn French News Wire Magazine - A cutting-edge business publication that shares stories of entrepreneurs, business leaders, and other high-achievers INTERESTED IN BEING A SPONSOR OF OUR SHOW? DM ME FOR MORE INFO. - Be sure to FOLLOW Troy Ericson - Instagram Facebook YouTube LinkedIn Website Email Paramedic Website Thanks for watching! Check out another playlist on my channel: The Erik Allen Show Podcasts Featuring Erik Allen Voice Over Work  Product Reviews Fun   - FREE Resources to help you

NAB AFL Trade Radio
Kane's List - Worst list management decisions + players that should have positional changes (The Early Trade) - Day 9 (6/10/22)

NAB AFL Trade Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 15:53


Kane lists his worst list management decisions in the last few years as well as the players that could rejuvenate their careers with a positional change

NAB AFL Trade Radio
Collingwood list management (Trade Mornings) - Day 7 (4/10/22)

NAB AFL Trade Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 5:18


Cam Luke & Adam Cooney assess Collingwood's list management this trade period, as they prepare to move a second weighty contract off their books at the expense of a much-loved player in three years.

Sportsday
Brad Scott's insight on his Essendon list management plans and responds to reports he's met with Jack Bowes - Friday September 30

Sportsday

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 2:15


New Essendon coach Brad Scott joined Shane and Jimmy.

SEN SA Breakfast
PORT ADELAIDE CHAT: Kane and Hayesy on Grundy rumour and list management (30.8.22)

SEN SA Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 7:43


With Hayesy's mates at Channel 7 broke the news about Brody Grundy possibly heading to Port Adelaide during the trade period. Kane and Hayesy look at the details, what it would mean to Port Adelaide in list management terms, and what their actual needs are. Do Port need another ruckman?

Kymbo & The Rooch
Matthew Nicks on the clubs list management team (20.06.22)

Kymbo & The Rooch

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 2:15


Have the Crows got the right people in place at list management? Matthew Nicks responds.

Sensible Crow
List Management and Trade Talk FEAT: Damo (Crowject)

Sensible Crow

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 65:48


If you love the Crows, love list management, and LOVE ridiculous outlandish comments regarding our off field recruiting, then look no further! Damo from the Crowject Podcast joins the Sensible Crow to discuss all things. NOTHING is off the table in this one.Support the show

SEN SA Breakfast
Kane Cornes reacts to Glenn Luff's departure from North Melbourne (26.5.22)

SEN SA Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 7:42


"If you're a list manager and you want to be anonymous, you're in the wrong game." Glenn Luff's departure from the Kangaroos has been linked to Kane's comments on Footy Classified on Monday. Kane insists that the critical analysis on North Melbourne's list was justified.

SEN SA Breakfast
Essendon GM of Football JOSH MAHONEY at SEN SA Breakfast (26.5.22)

SEN SA Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 11:10


After a tumultuous start to the year, Essendon Head of Football JOSH MAHONEY joined SEN SA Breakfast ahead of the Port Adelaide Sunday clash to discuss opportunities for Essendon to improve in season 2022, helping a 'young coach', list management, screw-in boots, and more.

SEN SA Breakfast
SEN SA Breakfast with Kane Cornes & Andrew Hayes (19.5.22)

SEN SA Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 96:43


SEN SA Breakfast with Kane Cornes & Andrew Hayes - Port Adelaide half-back Lachie Jones, AFL list management analysis, Team selection, Michelangelo Rucci, and plenty more!

SEN SA Breakfast
AFL List Analysis - How Crows & Port stack up and why Melbourne is scary (19.5.22)

SEN SA Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 5:45


"It's tough to judge Adelaide given how young they are." AFL's teams have been ranked on average age and games played and it makes for interesting analysis - and a scary indication for Melbourne sustained success.

SEN SA Breakfast
Caller Steve goes head-to-head with Kane on his opinion of the Crows' rebuild (17.5.22)

SEN SA Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 4:38


"I'm not confused. It's not about the demographic, it's about the individuals." Is Kane's criticism of the Crows list management justified? Whose side are you on?

SEN SA Breakfast
Questions asked about Adelaide's list management (16.5.22)

SEN SA Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 3:20


"Some of their list management calls have been disastrous." Kane and Hayesy discuss the state of the Crows playing list.

SEN SA Breakfast
Should there be more pressure on AFL List Managers (11.5.22)

SEN SA Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 3:40


A call from Sam had Kane and Hayesy talking about whether there should be more heat on AFL list managers if teams do not achieve success?

HealthcareNOW Radio - Insights and Discussion on Healthcare, Healthcare Information Technology and More

Hosts Jen Jennings and Tom Testa discuss a very important topic – list management. Be sure to tune in to hear about all of the overrated and underused aspects of building and maintaining marketing email lists. And you won't want to miss this episode's segment of Outside Insights with Innsena Communications' Founder and Principal, Kat McDavitt. To stream our Station live 24/7 visit www.HealthcareNOWRadio.com or ask your Smart Device to “….Play HealthcareNOW Radio”. Find all of our network podcasts on your favorite podcast platforms and be sure to subscribe and like us. Learn more at www.healthcarenowradio.com/listen

Performance Marketer
Part 2: How to Model a New Business (Email List Management)

Performance Marketer

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2022 30:03


Hey Performance Marketers, welcome to the second part of the episode - we're going to continue modeling a new lead generation business. This time I'm diving deeper into email list management. I've prepared some scenarios to show you how I guestimate if a project is worth investing in. I picked some real scenarios with pretty conservative, down-to-earth projections so you can see how serious money can be made in this business. What's the best part? You don't need to have any product to sell, or huge investment, or even employees - you can be a one-man shop and still be mega-successful. You only have to understand email marketing and be willing to hustle. (Good old hard work is always the right answer.)So, tune in for the new episode and learn how to monetize leads by sending third-party offers, how to get revenue from an email list management partnership, and how you can be profitable with a 0.6% click rate.Welcome to another episode that is worth listening to several times.Let's jump in!Key Takeaways:A one-man shop generating millions of dollars from email list management (00:00)A list management agreement (example) (04:45)The power of owning an email list (07:52)Get 15-20 years of experience for free (10:05)Variables and projections explained (11:20)You have to hustle, but don't share your equity without a really good deal (15:08)What does the 0.6% click rate really mean? (17:29)Pikers who spam people (20:59)Groupon deals (example) (22:38)A model to be always profitable (24:55)Reasons to listen to this podcast multiple times (26:47)Additional Resources:- Eric Beer's One Affiliate Offer Challenge- Sign up for the SurveyDetective VIP Waitlist (Coming Soon)---Connect with Eric!- Join Eric's Text Community: 917-636-1998- Eric's website: https://ericbeer.com- Follow Eric on Instagram.- Subscribe to Eric's YouTube Channel.---Follow the podcast on Apple, Spotify, Google, Stitcher, TuneIn, or anywhere else you listen to your podcasts.If you haven't already, please rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts!

Storytelling Secrets
Double Your Email Open Rates & Get Out of The Gmail Promo Tab | Troy Ericson

Storytelling Secrets

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 24, 2022 38:34


This guy's story is crazy.3 years ago he made 32K in his business.The next year 300K.Then in 2021, he went on to doing multiple 6 figures per month.How?Well my guest today, Troy Ericson knows how to do two things really well.Get people out of the Gmail promo tabHelp them sell more with e-mail.I got Troy on the show today because he's mastered a skill I'm currently working on…It's called List Management.The goal of that skill??Build the relationship with that list…and suck as much money out of it with good e-mails.And on today's conversation, we cover a bunch of useful topics you could implement in an afternoon to see results - I did!Here's what we talk about!**3 easy ways to double your open rates. Troy and I discuss easy ways to improve your email deliverability overnight.**The perfect reactivation campaign to revive a dead email list. If a portion of your list is unresponsive, listen closely to Troy's email series idea to get people back onto your list and re-engage.**How to find your pillar e-mail content…without guessing or making any assumptions. You'll hear the simple email to send out that virtually gets your subscribers to hand you the problems they want solved. ________________________________________________

Seams Funny
S1E2 Handmade Gift List Management and A Lot of Tangents

Seams Funny

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2021 36:44


In our second episode, Amie and Natalie try to stay on topic and discuss ways of managing your list of handmade gifts. They also suggest a few easy gift ideas. In addition, for your listening pleasure, they explore A LOT of other things like the differences between geography terms from middle school, See's candy consumption and most notably overusing the word "wherewithal". ... Zen Blocks Pattern - rice pattern weights - is available at www.tansydesigns.com Easy Zipper Cases Pattern is available at www.sewhungryhippie.com ... Starbucks Size Drinks Short (8 Oz.) Tall (12 Oz.) Grande (16 Oz.) Venti (Hot – 20 Oz., Cold – 24 Oz.) Trenta (30 Oz.) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/seams-funny-podcast/message

The SportsGrad Podcast: Your bite-sized guide to enter the sports industry
#142: Binuk Kodituwakku (Adelaide FC): How analytics guides AFL list management

The SportsGrad Podcast: Your bite-sized guide to enter the sports industry

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 57:09


You've seen the selections, but what REALLY goes on behind the scenes on draft night?How do clubs make decisions on players?How do they forecast the ladder to predict the value of future picks?And how do you get to be THE analytics person behind the biggest recruiting decisions?Binuk Kodituwakku is on the pod to answer all those questions and more.We cover:Working on draft nightAnalytics behind trading, drafting, and recruiting playersFinishing a law degree whilst self-learning analyticsWorking in the USSystematic networking and career planningHow to create your own data projectIf you want to learn directly from Binuk, become a SportsGrad Member and attend his masterclass in List Management on Wednesday December 8!Jump in here to become a SportsGrad Member: www.sportsgrad.com.au/membershipPublic data sources:AFL Tables: https://afltables.com/afl/afl_index.htmlDraft Guru: https://www.draftguru.com.au/HPN: https://www.hpnfooty.com/Got a question you want answered? Feel free to connect with us on LinkedIn: Reuben, RyanYou can also find us on insta @sportsgradAnd if you're interested in more podcasts related to a certain topic (e.g. Events, High Performance etc.) check out our best picks here: www.sportsgrad.com.au/podcast*This episode is brought to you by Deakin University, the Official Education Partner of The SportsGrad Podcast.Find out why Deakin is ranked #6 in the world for sport related subjects at www.deakin.edu.auAt Deakin University you can be confident you'll get the job you want with the degree employers want.*This episode is also brought to you by Sports Where I Am. Give yourself an event to look forward to, head to www.sportswhereiam.com and use the code: 'SPORTSGRAD' to get 5% off your epic sports experience.*If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes here? It takes less than 60 seconds, and really makes a difference in helping to land guests.Thanks for listening! You're all legends. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

NAB AFL Trade Radio
Trade Mornings - St Kilda's List management Priorities

NAB AFL Trade Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 11:37


Nick Dal Santo & Brendon Goddard asses St Kilda's priorities during the trade period, in which they've been considerably quieter than the past two years. Does Jack Lonie have a future at the club, and what have they done to prepare for life after Paddy Ryder?

The Zoho Campaigns Expert Diaries
Best practices for email list management ft. Brian Minick

The Zoho Campaigns Expert Diaries

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 37:44


Expert Diaries from Zoho Campaigns connects avid email marketers to the experts in their space to learn best practices and tips. Our aim is to connect email geeks and form a community that learns email marketing from one another. In our recent session, we had Brian Minick with us. Brian is the Chief Operating Officer of ZeroBounce. He has about ten years of experience in operating and system administration. He works with the support team, sales team and also customer success team to transfer complex issues into a simplified solution. Zero Bounce is an online email validation platform and also a deliverability platform where companies can verify their email list and make use of deliverability tools to optimize their campaigns. One of the most important goals of Zero Bounce is to help their clients maximize the inbox placements for their emails. In this session, Brian will be sharing tips, tricks, and best practices for list management. Know more: zoho.to/sc/ExpertDiaries

Sportsday
James Gallagher - Tuesday September 14

Sportsday

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 16:12


Head of List Management at St Kilda James Gallagher joined Gerard and Sam on Sportsday.

Sportsday
Sportsday Full Show - Gerard Healy and Sam McClure with Leigh Matthews (September 14)

Sportsday

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 77:32


Tonight's guests include Australian cricketer Glenn Maxwell, Head of List Management at St Kilda James Gallagher, Former Gold Coast Football Boss Jon Haines.

Sportsday
Craig McRae explains Collingwood's list management structure and whether they'd consider trading older players - Wednesday September 1

Sportsday

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 1:38


McRae joined Gerard, Sam and Richo on the day he was named Collingwood coach.

SEN Afternoons
Matt Rendell on Dwayne's World - Thursday 19th August

SEN Afternoons

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2021 11:25


Matt Rendell speaks to Dwayne about Eddie Betts, Richmond's 2021 season, who has the final say in list management, and his preview of the key matches of Round 23.

Dyl & Friends
#103 Jarryd Roughead

Dyl & Friends

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2021 70:19


This week on Dyl & Friends one of my fav players of all time and all round just good person, Jarryd Roughead.Roughy is a game and x4 time premiership player with Hawthorn FC.Recapping his story through this chat just made me realise what this man has achieved in his time in the game. Being able to win flags and play some incredible football for one club over a long period of time is crazy, careers don't come around like this too often!Not only has Roughy done some incredible things on the field but his resilience and positive outlook on life through his cancer scares throughout his time is nothing short of remarkable. Now on the football admin side of the fence working in List Management at the saints it was unreal to sit down and unpack some of his career - I could have chatted to him all day!Early days at the Hawks, getting picked up with Buddy and Jordan Lewis, winning Flags in '08 '13 '14 '15, Hawthorns culture and why its so strong, the importance of being a one club player and the adversity he faced throughout his career and so much more!Cant thank the Rough man enough for his time and make sure you go and get his autobiography, Roughy - there's so much more in this and makes an unreal read! The link is below!Jarryd Roughead Instagram - www.instagram.com/roughy02/Book - www.penguin.com.au/books/roughyPatreon - Dyl & Best FriendsPS. If you love the show, and want more... join Dyl & Best Friends on Patreon!! ILY xxx www.patreon.com/dylandfriendsContactEmail - enquiries@dylandfriends.comInstagram - @dylbuckley @dylandfriendsYoutube - www.youtube.com/dylandfriendsFacebook - www.facebook.com/dylanandfriendsTwitter - www.twitter.com/dylan_buckleyDyl & Friends is produced by Dylan Buckley & Sam Bonser.Co-produced by Sam DaltonDamon Jackman of Creative Edge Films is responsible for video and audio production.Doctor V Energy This episode was proudly partnered with Doctor V Energy. DoctorV is a 100 percent natural energy drink formulated by specialist doctors and naturopaths, there's no artificial ingredients in sight! It's 100% natural and made with wild herbs and berries that have been used for centuries to heal and protect the liver and kidneys. Doctor V Energy is now available at EzyMarts, Independent IGAs or online at www.doctorv.com.au,Use promo code: dylandfriends for 25% off the online store!

The Road To A Billion
Finding Clients Through Email List Management |Marketing

The Road To A Billion

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2021 12:13


If you've ever wondered how some copywriters manage to make $10K a month or more and you've been trying to figure out how you can do it too… You can't miss episode 148 of “The Road to a Billion” with Stefan Georgi... The call-in radio show style podcast where he answers YOUR questions on mindset, business ownership, scaling funnels, copywriting, freelancing, and more! In this episode, Stefan is joined by offer owner and mentor, Troy Ericson. After being redirected from his dream of becoming a professional baseball player, Troy found himself making a few thousand dollars a month copywriting. It wasn't until he signed up for Stefan's Copy Accelerator program that he was able to scale his income to $30K a month. Now, he's having $100k+ months as an Email List Management & Deliverability Consultant to 8 & 9 figure brands and helping entrepreneurs scale their email lists to over 6 figures per month by improving email deliverability, automation, strategy, and copy… ----- How can you be the NEXT person to be featured in an episode of “The Road to a Billion” and get YOUR questions answered too?  Join Stefan's email list to get the registration link for future shows, plus lots of other updates and opportunities you won't find anywhere else.  Sign up here:https://www.youtube.com/redirect?q=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.stefanpaulgeorgi.com%2Fsubscribe%2F&event=video_description&v=dfsCgrQQECw&redir_token=QUFFLUhqbnFNYjV6MHpQMEtJdDRaZVM5cWlJdkk2ZWRfUXxBQ3Jtc0tsNzdOcjFPeVF5R3c4djhTNnlHMWtibFZsTThnUU5EakFrZS1sV1hUVmI0M21mdEJsNEU0TDlGSkJIWUFjMExFZkRqLTdwenZKQ3FVZm5Jc0dXOUx3RG9mcXFPX3lnSGNncEtnS2pmazBUY2NSX2dnVQ%3D%3D ( )https://www.stefanpaulgeorgi.com/subscribe/ (https://www.stefanpaulgeorgi.com/subscribe/) And make sure to hit the subscribe button NOW to get notified about new episodes the moment they're released! Useful resources/links Troy's Current Offer http://www.gmailpromotab.com/demo1 (http://www.gmailpromotab.com/demo1) Email Secrets MasterMind https://www.leadparamedic.com/email (https://www.leadparamedic.com/) Free Email Marketing FAQ Sheet https://www.leadparamedic.com/email (https://www.leadparamedic.com/email) Get rid of writer's block and predictably crank out high-converting sales copy in record time with Stefan's “RMBC” copywriting course: https://www.youtube.com/redirect?redir_token=QUFFLUhqbnhwTzYyNUtEMUxiUlBXQi1JT1pGUUttVjJZQXxBQ3Jtc0trWEhuTHhhcmd3T3g1amxDUG14X2cwVDVFSEhQU1ZBZ2tNYzRsY1dBMFozNXkwbERwR29CZXRMRlJrME5vUVNmcDFJSkFmSW10dWd4Si1NSWRaQ3c4QzI1QXZzS0IzZUFzRzFiRW5LaV84d2hfLTYwaw%3D%3D&q=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.thermbcmethod.com%2Fsp3%2F&v=dfsCgrQQECw&event=video_description (https://www.thermbcmethod.com/sp3/) Connect with Stefan on a deeper level and discover exclusive insights into the world of freelancing and entrepreneurship that can transform your life... https://www.stefanpaulgeorgi.com/subscribe/ (https://www.stefanpaulgeorgi.com/subscribe/)  Get rid of writer's block and predictably crank out home run copy in record time with Stefan's “RMBC” copywriting course: https://www.youtube.com/redirect?q=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.thermbcmethod.com%2Fsp3%2F&event=video_description&v=dfsCgrQQECw&redir_token=QUFFLUhqbXdWQ0FEZGR0TVI5RUtaeHJVUWtBOFhZQXVtQXxBQ3Jtc0ttMGlsR2VIS2tQRjdtVEZUVFV6cGVja2Ffd3lHdi14dlRzRWtUa2NoTjlhRHVyLWtEV1A2Z0tLTENiUXlpb1BwaHU1SGNvMHhSaFdqU05rMExmbGZYQ25fa2prQm9qZ1RqUFBuSjVIZVhLZGdLeVYtZw%3D%3D (https://www.thermbcmethod.com/sp3/)   Justin & Stefan Talk Copy Facebook Group:  https://www.facebook.com/groups/1931560346918594 (https://www.facebook.com/groups/1931560346918594)

3AW is Football
St Kilda chief Matt Finnis on list management, Max King and the future of footy in China

3AW is Football

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2021 13:14


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Sensible Crow
Draft / Trade / List Management talk with special guest RICKY MODRA

Sensible Crow

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2021 45:00


I talk all things Crows and draft with the one and only Under 18's expert RICKY MODRA. (Yes he's related). Catch up on what you NEED to know coming into the Mid Season Draft and of course National Draft.

Sportsday
New Pies president grilled on list management, racism and responds to criticism

Sportsday

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2021 13:20


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The Game: AFL Podcast with Duff & Quarters
2021 - 13 - Suns' WAFL ruck targets, Eddie/Pies GIVE-UP the list management debate, Eagles match-ups crucial, RND 5 tips & BOOK giveaway

The Game: AFL Podcast with Duff & Quarters

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 15, 2021 66:39


Mark Duffield is the chief football writer at The West Australian and Mark Readings is an AFL and Olympic caller for Channel 7 and 6PR and our fill in for the week. In this episode, the pair discuss: Eddie, please give up the Pies' list debate (1.00) & Moore of Moore West Coast match-ups are crucial (9.00) Round 5 tips (15.00) Ruck candidates in the WADFL (27.00) Adelaide v Fremantle (34.00) Mailbag - (48.00) - WIN A COPY OF 'A BOY FROM BIRDUM' - ABOUT WAFL LEGEND BILL DEMPSEY This week, the best mailbag will win a piece of history, or at least a copy of a piece of history. 'The Boy from Birdum' is about West Perth legend Bill Dempsey, email in and you could win a copy! Send your mailbags through to josh.garlepp@wanews.com.au  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

RSN Breakfast Club
James Gallagher; Head of List Management at St Kilda

RSN Breakfast Club

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2020 7:01


The Saints have had a busy Trade Period after they added Brad Crouch (free agent), Jack Higgins and Shaun McKernan to their exciting list. James Gallagher; Head of List Management at St Kilda joined the Breakfast Club

NAB AFL Trade Radio
The Brutal Truth - The List Management hierarchy

NAB AFL Trade Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2020 13:07


SOS and Matthew Rendell discuss how list management works.

Captivated Audience: A Financial Crime Podcast
Female Crime Fighters: Elizabeth Slim, Senior Consultant, Volkov Law & ACAMS Co-Chair, Southern California Chapter (USA)

Captivated Audience: A Financial Crime Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2020 15:01


Elizabeth Slim joins Marie Lundberg and Sam Sheen to chat about the recent FinCen Guidance on politically exposed persons ("PEPs")  in the USA and how it differs from similar regulations in the UK, her work in founding her local ACAMS Chapter. Elizabeth chats about the PEPs identified in the FinCen leaks, the changes to PEP lists anticipated following the US election and what financial institutions need to do now to stay ahead of the game.

CrowCast Weekend Wrap - Adelaide Crows Podcast
CrowCast Weekend Wrap 2020 – List Management Special

CrowCast Weekend Wrap - Adelaide Crows Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2020 119:13


So much to talk about regarding our list and what better time to do so than during a bye round? Join us for our MASSIVE list management special, talking about our list, our draft position, possible trades, Free Agency and the 2020 AFL Draft class. A HUGE show - dont miss it!

North Talk - NMFC Podcast
73: Celebrating 50k!

North Talk - NMFC Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2020 43:43


Ross, Marnie and Siobhan look back on the loss to the Pies, a few positives to come out of it - plus the 3rd part of our List Management series AND we celebrate 50,000 listens... we thank YOU for your support of North Talk!

North Talk - NMFC Podcast
73: Celebrating 50k!

North Talk - NMFC Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2020 43:43


Ross, Marnie and Siobhan look back on the loss to the Pies, a few positives to come out of it - plus the 3rd part of our List Management series AND we celebrate 50,000 listens... we thank YOU for your support of North Talk!

North Talk - NMFC Podcast
72: A for Effort!

North Talk - NMFC Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2020 36:17


Join Ross, Barney and Niki as they dissect the one point loss to Brisbane - full of positives! Plus the 2nd part in our List Management series and much more.

North Talk - NMFC Podcast
72: A for Effort!

North Talk - NMFC Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2020 36:17


Join Ross, Barney and Niki as they dissect the one point loss to Brisbane - full of positives! Plus the 2nd part in our List Management series and much more.

WPblab - A WordPress Social Media Show
Stay Out of the Spam Box with List Management

WPblab - A WordPress Social Media Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2020 59:37


Email list management is key to ensure your email campaign is delivered. Many people focus on open rates without realizing their deliverability is sub-optimal. Working hard on email campaigns only to end up in spam is a bummer. But how old is your list? Email lists go stale like old bread.Amy Hall joins Jason and Bridget to discuss how to stay out of spam! It’s pretty technical but we believe in you. (Even Bridget did her homework — which took about an hour.)“When you buy an email list you are wasting your money.” Amy HallShow SponsorsServerPressThank you for being a preroll sponsor, ServerPress! ServerPress is the maker of DesktopServer, WPSiteSync, and so much more! Check them out at serverpress.com.Are you looking for brand awareness?You could be a show sponsor. Especially now, let people know you’re still in business and supporting your products. Supporting podcasts is a great way to repurpose your in-person conference budget. Authenticate Your Domain NameThe first tip has has “nothing to do with the email that you’re building, it has to do with your own email address,” Amy says. If you’d like to stay out of the junk or spam folders, then be sure to authenticate your domain name with your email marketing provider.“Don’t send [your email campaign] from Gmail!” Amy Hall“Oops!” Bridget WillardEmail From Your Domain NameMaybe you were like Bridget and were sending email campaigns from Gmail. It’s okay. You can fix that. (She did right after this episode). This is really important for email deliverability (staying out of the spam folder.)Let the receiver’s inbox know that your email is a real and valid address and not being spoofed. This is why you use DMARC markers on your DNS server. Mailchimp is a great resource for soft and hard bounces. Mailchimp has great instructions for DKIM and SPF.Most email campaign providers like ConvertKit, Active Campaign, and Constant Contact have these services or help articles.Then, ensure you send emails consistently. Whatever you promise in your welcome message (every week, twice a year), do that.Clean Your List RegularlyThis is where automation can be your best friend. If an email subscriber hasn’t opened an email in 6-9 months, send them a re-engagement campaign asking them to take an action. Then send them to a “thanks for sticking around” type of landing page.You can clean your list through a service separate from your campaign provider. Amy recommends downloading the CSV, cleaning the list, then uploading the CSV. It’s better not to have that ding in your account.“And the thing about it is, is it doesn’t, they count, doesn’t get pinged that you have bad email addresses in it, so you don’t have to ding against you because it’s not really a ding, but it isn’t ding, they’re going to be watching you because you have that email addresses.” Amy HallDon’t Be That PersonIt’s easy to add people to your lists. Bridget does it. We all do it. If you do, have an automated welcome email with the reason why that person was added and the ability to unsubscribe.“It is against the law to send an email without an unsubscribe option,” Amy reminds us. If you see these, report them as spam in your email reader (email client).Tool or Tip of the WeekThis Tool or Tip of the week is brought to you by Cloudways. Is your website slow? Or are you looking for a reliable host for your WordPress projects?Whether it’s an existing website or a project on your drawing board, Cloudways offers a hosting environment with all the features you need to succeed online.Cloudways is optimized for speed and delivers outstanding performance and security, all supported by 24/7/365 support by expert cloud engineers.It is an ideal platform for WordPress projects because of the choice of FIVE cloud providers including AWS, Google Cloud, Linode, DigitalOcean, and Linode. The best part – your managed server and WordPress websites are ready in a few minutes.Once the app is up and running, you can add more power to your business operations, thanks to exciting features such as free SSL certificates, CloudwaysCDN, automated and on-demand app/server backups, and custom-built Teams features to onboard distributed team members.Cloudways extends your in-house team and takes care of all server management issues, and lets you focus on building amazing websites for your online businesses.If you like what you have heard, start with a 3-day free trial of Cloudways now!Amy recommends Kickbox to clean your emails.Jason recommends Timerly for Toggl.Bridget recommends wordhtml.com for cleaning HTML. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

SEN Afternoons
Dwayne's World - Thursday 21st May

SEN Afternoons

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2020 119:53


Sam Edmund filling in for Dwayne Russell. On the show today: 1. Chris Scott speaks 2. Should Geelong be allowed to play all home games at GMHBA Stadium this year? 3. Brisbane star Mitch Robinson 4. David Taggart from SEN Track 5. Hawthorn star Luke Breust 6. Your calls 7. South East Melbourne Phoenix coach Simon Mitchell 8. The SEN Greatest All-Australian team of the AFL Era - half-forward flank nominees 9. Recruiting and List Management expert Matt Rendell 10. Storm GM of Football Frank Ponissi on the new NRL fixture 11. What's Open? 12. GRV CEO Alan Clayton

Dot to Dot: A daily 5min Echo demo from Alexa
DTD1066 Kicking off 2020 with some magnificent list management

Dot to Dot: A daily 5min Echo demo from Alexa

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2020 2:02


Happy new year! Get your new year resolutions off to a good start by some nifty list manipulation on the A-lady. I neglected to mention this in the demo, but you can also view and tick off all items in the A-lady app too - although I'm sure you knew that already.

The Blue Baggers Podcast
Carlton's 2019 Draft Review and Reflection on SOS's List Management Contribution

The Blue Baggers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2019 47:02


Kris and Andy review the Blues 2019 draft and analyse the list management decisions of Stephen Silvagni from 2015 - 2019. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-blue-baggers-podcast/message

AdBriefing Copywriting Tips
060 [ABR] List Management with Marketing | K0780B

AdBriefing Copywriting Tips

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2019 13:40


Getting started I had the hardest time with organizing my prospects. Keeping them up to date took hours. And before you know it addresses were stale. Here's a primer on list management. https://www.adbriefing.co.uk/podcast/

Metres Gained Podcast
The Metres Gained Podcast - Finals Week 2

Metres Gained Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2019 52:20


Remember us? That's right we are back on the airwaves! Coming to our loyal audience live from the MG bunker, bulk changes to the team sees Sher and Daggers out and coming back in for his second run with the big boys is Wasser. The latest episode covers a hybrid version a the lads discuss the final round of the H&A season, followed by the first week of the finals. Key statistics and player matchups are under the microscope for the remaining teams in order to figure out who can go the journey. The second segment of the episode is another installment of the List Management series, as we bring our cards to the table for the Fremantle Dockers, Port Adelaide Power and the Hawthorn Hawks. Some bold yet delicious moves are placed in front of the world to discuss. Enjoy the episode and don't worry we are back!

Dwayne's World
Dwayne's World - Tuesday 27th August

Dwayne's World

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2019 43:27


Sam Hargreaves on the Crows external review 2. Andrew McLeod 3. List Management expert Gary Buckenara on the Crows and Power 4. Sports update for The Advertiser

Metres Gained Podcast
The Metres Gained Podcast - List Management (Episode 2)

Metres Gained Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2019 53:50


Join us as DP and Daggers continue the Metres Gained edition of List Management with our second instalment. We focus on the Swans, the Kangas and the Saints as we dissect all the possible Draft, Trade and Free Agency movements in and out of these respective teams.

Metres Gained Podcast
The Metres Gained Podcast - List Management (Episode 1)

Metres Gained Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2019 40:38


Another new format for the eager Metres Gained Podcast listeners, as the team tackles contract situations, trade ins and outs of each club over the next few weeks. Join Daggers and Baron as they take a look at Gold Coast, Melbourne and Carlton in part one of List Management.

Two Crows Podcast
TwoCrowsS03Ep17 CLUB IN CRISIS - CROWS REVIEW aka its not me its YOU!

Two Crows Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2019 60:10


TwoCrowsS03Ep17 CLUB IN CRISIS - CROWS REVIEW aka its not me its YOU! The bus is parked out the front of West Lakes - who will be the first to be thrown under it? Let the Blame Games begin! The torches are lit and the pitchforks are out, fans have had ENOUGH! Ali and Ant have had ENOUGH! Crows lose to the Blues and fans lose their collective minds. (first 7 mins only) Who the hell cares about finals this year...what about the next 5-10 years? Radio and Social Media EXPLODE! DAMAGE CONTROL scars from 2018 rear their ugly head Best in League Footy Department???? We compare staff outgoing and incoming, Elite? pfffft! PPT, List Management, Admin and 7 other deadly sins of the AFC Fans feel like they have been taken advantage of and they are p*ssed Hash Tags from the Fans #PremiershipsBeforeProfits #CrowsFansUnite Listen and Subscribe on PodBean, iTunes, Spotify, Chrome, YouTube, Instagram and listen, like, follow, share and Retweet on Twitter @TwoCrowsPodcast #TwoCrowsFooty

This Month in Property List Manager
This Month in PLM – July 2019

This Month in Property List Manager

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2019 82:00


In this episode, we discussed the latest news and changes taking place in the world of List Management, List Stack Filtering and features within their Property List Manager service.

Saints Insider
List stocktake by Gags, plus Jack Steele one on one

Saints Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2019 49:45


Saints Head of List Management James 'Gags' Gallagher files a stocktake on the Saints' list, talks contracts and how St Kilda's list is shaping up for the Trade & Draft periods, before fan favourite Jack Steele goes one-on-one with Clair. The midfield bull opens up on growing up in Canberra, annoying teammates and proving people wrong before answering YOUR questions.

This Month in Property List Manager
This Month in PLM – June 2019

This Month in Property List Manager

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2019 71:38


In this episode, we discussed the latest news and changes taking place in the world of List Management, List Stack Filtering and features within their Property List Manager service.

This Month in Property List Manager
This Month in PLM – May 2019

This Month in Property List Manager

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2019 87:55


In this episode, we discussed the latest news and changes taking place in the world of List Management, List Stack Filtering and features within their Property List Manager service.

Dwayne's World
Dwayne's World - Wednesday 1st May

Dwayne's World

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2019 41:12


Mark Williams on Travis Boak 2. Your calls 3. List Management expert Chris Pelchen 4. Aaron Spirdonoff from The Advertiser.

This Month in Property List Manager
This Month in PLM – April 2019

This Month in Property List Manager

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2019 110:55


In this episode, we discussed the latest news and changes taking place in the world of List Management, List Stack Filtering and features within their Property List Manager service.

This Month in Property List Manager
This Month in PLM – March 2019

This Month in Property List Manager

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 13, 2019 74:59


In this episode, we discussed the latest news and changes taking place in the world of List Management, List Stack Filtering and features within their Property List Manager service.

Sports Thoughts
Managing Your Playing List

Sports Thoughts

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 6, 2019 13:44


Building A Winning Team. One of the great skills of sports leaders need to develop is that of List or Roster management. This show discusses the concept of List Management and how professional teams go about finding, building and growing sustainably successful teams. Originally broadcast on Radio Sport Mornings, Radio […]

The Am Writing Fantasy Podcast
The AmWritingFantasy Podcast: Episode 9 — Tools for Authors: Mailing List Management

The Am Writing Fantasy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 25, 2019 22:32


How do you handle organizing your mailing list and newsletters to reach out to readers? Join Evan Gow, writer and creator of Story Origins, and Autumn as they discuss tools on how to efficiently manage a mailing list. Check out StoryOrigin at https://storyoriginapp.com/! New videos EVERY single Monday. Make sure to subscribe: http://bit.ly/1WIwIVC PATREON! Many bonus perks for those who become a patron of the channel. https://www.patreon.com/AmWritingFantasy LET'S CONNECT! Closed Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/AmWritingFantasy/ Blog and Courses: https://www.amwritingfantasy.com/ Jesper on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SchmidtJesper Autumn on Twitter: https://twitter.com/weifarer Read the full transcript below. (Please note that it's automatically generated and while the AI is super cool, it isn't perfect. There may be misspellings or incorrect words on occasion). Autumn (12s): Hi, if you're a Fantasy author, then you have come to the right place. My name is Autumn Birt and with Jesper Schmidt, I run the Am Writing fantasy.com channel between us, we published more than 20 novels and our aim is to help you in your writing and marketing endeavors today. Yesper is a way on business and I have in his place our guest Evan Gow, Evan is a writer. But what we're going to focus on today is the creation of the website StoryOrigin and how it helps Authors, especially with mailing lists and engaging readers. Autumn (44s): So hi Evan. Evan (46s): Hey, thanks for having me on. Autumn Autumn (48s): it is good to have you. Um, so Evan you, I know you said you right a little bit. You are a Fantasy writer, but what you have been working on most recently is StoryOrigin. So if you could tell us a little bit about that and why you came up with it. Evan (1m 3s): Yeah, so StoryOrigin is essentially a community and uh, marketing tool, uh, that's helpful for building your email list, uh, doing cross promotions with other authors of your paid books as well. And then also, um, at work and WRA, I'm helping to promote each other. Autumn (1m 21s): Awesome. And so what inspired you to create this platform? What need did you see that was out there for this? For other Authors? Evan (1m 31s): Yeah, so, um, there are a bunch of other platforms out there for marketing and doing very specific things. So you have essentially like four or five different marketing tools. You might use one for doing giveaways and group giveaways and then you might use one for doing newsletter swaps, um, and being able to trust those other people at your swapping with, and then you might use one for there. There isn't even other, another platform for running group sales, uh, like you can run on a StoryOrigin. Evan (2m 5s): The only way Authors have done those in the past is by manually building those pages on their WordPress sites and then trying to get other authors to sort of join them. So StoryOrigin is sort of the only platform for running group sales like that. So I saw this need. Umm, and the other thing is, uh, being able to create a universal links to your book so that when you send out a link to a reader, they can see where the book is in what stores and then set what their favorite store is and automatically on future at times they click on those universal book links, they'll be taken directly to their favorite store. Evan (2m 42s): So it's just still a one click process. So there are all of these different platforms, right? You might want to use like four or five different tools to do all those things. And with StoryOrigin you can do it all on a single platform. Autumn (2m 56s): That is one of the things that I suffer solid. Um, when I first noticed StoryOrigin before when I was getting to meet you, it was, it was neat how you were a packaging, all of these different websites and different platforms and even some new things. Like you said, it's um, some of it hadn't even really existed quite in the forum. You've been creating it. When did you first launch Story Origins Evan (3m 18s): so I started working on StoryOrigin back in July of 2017. That's when I left my job to work full time on StoryOrigin. And then I, uh, had the initial launch for a StoryOrigin April of 2018 and since then, uh, I've added, you know, a ton of features and anyone that's a, uh, was an early subscriber. The StoryOrigin has seen it, uh, go from, you know, a very small number of features to now being the sort of all encompassing platform where you can manage all everything from one place. Evan (3m 52s): So it's, it's been a cool journey and only over the last 10 months that, uh, it's really been really been going. So it's very cool. Autumn (3m 60s): It is. I've watched, I was a pretty early Am noticed it pretty early because I had actually just recently switched Am Mailing List platforms from MailChimp to mailer Lite. And then I ran into Story Origins, which I thought was kind of funny. So I do actually, I have a profile on there and I've used it a little bit. Um, and if mailer Lite decides to go wanky on me as a kid, I might just move everything over to your platform because I love to see how it is growing. And I love that it is author focus, which is I think one of the neat things. So many other ones like MailerLite has some landing pages, templates that are designed for authors, but you can't network there to create a giveaway to um, find other people who do newsletter swap. Autumn (4m 40s): There are a lot of things you are offering. And I think one of the coolest, I think, um, it would be a good discussion to talk about, you know, each of those features and you know, why, why do you, why, which one did you start with? And then why did you start adding some of the other ones and how do you see Authors using them? Evan (4m 56s): Yeah, so the very first feature that I started with was being able to create a giveaway and a giveaway. For those of the audience that aren't familiar with it is typically, uh, you might also hear it referred to as a reader magnet. It's typically a short story, 10 to 15,000 words that you give away for free, uh, an exchange when someone signs up to your mailing list. So I started with that feature because I thought that would be the best way to start giving like, uh, providing value to Authors. Evan (5m 27s): And then, uh, after that I added the group giveaways feature where authors can get together in a group. So you, me and 20 other Fantasy Authors we'll all have our books, our, our reader magnets listed on a single page and we all drive our traffic there. And so it has network effects with that feature. So that sort of started the word of mouth for StoryOrigin. Autumn (5m 51s): That's fantastic. So you started with the giveaways and with the, uh, with the, as you said, reader magnet, which is really fortunate at a Yesper. And I just recently did, uh, a different video and earlier a video talking about, you know, why you need a mailing lists and the use of how to build one. And we mentioned reader magnets. So it's sorta like the core of what began StoryOrigin and what did you add after that? Evan (6m 15s): So the next feature that I after added after that was the group sales feature. So, um, and the, the Amazon link localizer. So when someone, when you send an email to someone and you just send them to the straight Amazon link, if that's at the.com domain and they click on that link, but they live in the UK or they live in Australia, they're not going to be in the correct storefront for their country. Uh, their Amazon storefront is.co dot. UK or.edu or whatever country they're from. Evan (6m 46s): So the first thing that I built was basically an Amazon link localizer you put in your Amazon link and then whenever anyone clicks on your Amazon storefront for that country. Uh, and that was sort of the enabling feature for me to build the group sales pages. Where you, me in 20 other Fantasy Authors it's very similar to a group giveaway where we're all promoting our books, but instead of people clicking on those links in those links going to, uh, the reader magnet, they go to our Amazon sales page so that we can actually make money. Evan (7m 22s): And the way that I, the reason that I, I built that feature next was because I didn't see a single other platform out there where you can do that. I saw these authors who were manually building these pages on their own WordPress sites and I know how much work that can be. Uh, and so I was like, there should be, there should be a super simple, you know, two minute process for creating a group promotion and then finding other Authors to Join. So that's how I, that's how I, I, I started with that feature. Autumn (7m 54s): Great. That is Am. It definitely is true. I've built a few giveaways on my writer website and it is, I'm, you know, I took a couple, once you got to a template going it was okay, but then someone had to swap out links and your responsible for uploading these images, they give you the wrong one. Right. And it was a, uh, people wanted me to do it again because it got a lot of, um, you know, it was definitely like one of the biggest, a website days or weeks you want to say for my website of, you know, it was huge and that was really cool to probably up by ranks on my website a little bit. Autumn (8m 28s): But the work going into it, you need to set some time aside to code that. And so it is really neat that you have that with Story Origins. Yep. And if you can do Am newsletter swaps, correct. Is that something that I think you could net work to do that as well. Yeah. Evan (8m 44s): So that was the feature that I added after the group sales feature. So once I had the sort of the universal links and the group sales, one other thing that I noticed was, okay, there are a lot of Facebook set group that's out there for Authors too. Say, Hey, I've got a newsletter going out in two weeks. Does anyone want to mention my book in their newsletter? I'll mention your book in your and my newsletter. There are a couple of other platforms out there for doing this, but one is run by a scam artist. Evan (9m 16s): Ah, and the other one is the author has, or not the author, but the developer behind it has just been letting it languish. And from what I've heard from other authors who use that platform, it's essentially unusable now because like your, you get a bunch of errors when you try and do stuff on there now. So uh, I, I was like, okay well StoryOrigin can sort of come in here and be that all encompassing platform for uh, creating and finding cross promotions with other authors in your genre. Evan (9m 47s): That's like the vision. So I can, I can start to have a way for Authors to find a newsletter swaps. I'll post my campaign, what book I want you to mention in your campaign and then you post your campaign and what book you want mentioned and my campaign and then we can, we can essentially trade mentions of each other's books. And so that's, that's a, it's sort of an all encompassing platform for all those cross promotions you might do. Autumn (10m 13s): And so on. I want to get into it, a few other details with it, but do you have any more things that are coming out that you want to share or your other visions for how else you can think StoryOrigin is going to help Authors in the future? And out of curiosity, are you doing all this coding yourself? This is Am. I do a little tiny, tiny bit of coding and I do, do build my own websites because I have that background. Computer stuff runs in my family. Yeah. It's a lot of work. So I look at what you've been doing with StoryOrigin, especially the coding to do the universal links and I'm like, wow. Autumn (10m 46s): Um, that's some skill to make sure it's really going to work. Right. So I was curious if you're doing this all on your own. Evan (10m 53s): Yeah, yeah, yeah. I'm, I'm completely independent. Uh, I've been basically building this platform by myself for the last 18 months and doing all of the marketing and handling all of the, all of the customer service. So, and he's StoryOrigin it's, it's, it's me Am every part of it for sure. At the, uh, the good and the bad, hopefully more good than bad. Um, so, so yeah, uh, you know, when I started to work on StoryOrigin, I basically looked out at the sort of landscape of ways that I could build it, the various tech stacks that I could use. Evan (11m 29s): And I, I'm using a very sort of modern tech stack to build Story StoryOrigin that really allowed me develop features faster than any one on the market. Uh, and since it is just me, I have direct feedback from Authors who on the platform. And I'm like always looking at, okay, here's what people are doing, here's what people are saying in Facebook groups, uh, about like what they're doing and how they're doing it. Evan (12m 0s): And like manually doing stuff. And I'm like, okay, why, why, you know, why can't I do this? I should be able to build this. And I think when you have, when you have a separation between who's doing the work of doing the development and who is sort of supposed to be creating the product roadmap, it creates this difference in terms of, you know, understanding the market. And then like actually building it. And since since it's just me, I have a very things that I know Authors will find valuable and a way to get to your other point on what new features, uh, I'll be adding. Evan (12m 37s): There's definitely more stuff that I plan on building with StoryOrigin. And the next sort of enabling thing that I want to do is uh, managing. So, so if you think about the, the set of marketing sites that you might use might use something for universal book links. You might use something for giveaways you might use. Well again there's nothing else out there for group sales. And then the fourth is sort of advanced reading copies, right? Arcs. So there are a few different arc management platforms out there and basically that's probably the next feature that'll add to a store Origins so it really will cover every single base. Evan (13m 14s): I basically want to make you sort of the master of every element of marketing with StoryOrigin is like, that's what I want you to feel like, like your, the, your, the Zen master of, of, of, of being able to do everything. Autumn (13m 26s): I love it because I mean you, I know you said you haven't published any of your writing, but you are a writer and I can definitely tell from having watched you grow StoryOrigin and met with you and talked with you. Um, even just online and Facebook groups, like you've mentioned, you, uh, you're are a real person and not a scammer and you really do have the best interests of Authors at heart, which has fantastic. Is there a way, so I want to talk just a little bit. So you started this as a niche. It is a, you know, you started with looking for these links and with mailing lists, building up why and what niche or do you think that needs, why do authors need to have a platform like this? Autumn (14m 4s): Not just the, your putting all in one spot, which is definitely fantastic cause you're writing this is like four or five different sites. And if you were paying each of those sites, um, it gets really expensive, especially when, you know, most authors are making, you know, if they're making a thousand bucks a month, they're really happy. Some of them, you know, if they're making 200 bucks, it's then you still have a challenge of paying for your editing and your covers. It's especially as a newbie is it's hard to make it lucrative. So, you know, what is it that, um, you know, this is the integral part. Why did they, you start this for the Authors and the mailing lists. Evan (14m 35s): Yeah. Uh, one other thing to mention right now is StoryOrigin has basically been in an open beta, which is what I'm calling it. A beta doesn't mean that it's crappy software. Beta basically means that I'm not sure what the pricing model is going to be in the future. Uh, so it's completely free right now for people to, while I'm sort of making myself like a presence in, in the, in the, in the publishing world, just because, you know, there's a lot of companies out there who are, like you said, there are a newbie authors out there and they're not bringing in that much income yet. Evan (15m 6s): And there are publishers who are just like trying to prey on people who are sort of new to the writing scene. And all of that. So right now a while Origins I'm trying to sort of establish myself as like, here, I'm a human, it's a completely used test. If you don't like it, that's not a problem. I think. I think that you will like it though of course. And then building, building email lists like that is, that is sort of, that is a very valuable feature I think to go to Authors, which is sort of why I started there. Evan (15m 35s): Because right now if you look at what Amazon is doing, they're pushing more and more towards you having to advertise your book to get any sort of visibility on their platform, which is in turn driving up the cost per click or like the cost to advertise on Amazon. And so it's becoming, it's, it's became a, a greater barrier to new authors, especially who don't have a backlist of 20 books where okay, it's okay if I lose money on the first book because, you know, they'll pick up my second, third, fourth book. Evan (16m 12s): And so I can, I can sort of eat the cost on that at that first book. Um, so for new authors building that email list is a direct line of communication to your readers, right? It's you, you, you aren't going to, uh, there's not going to be some change in an algorithm that means, okay, I was yesterday paying 70 cents for you to click and see my book and now I'm paying a dollar 50. Right? With an email list, it's, you always have that direct line of contact, that direct line of feedback. So it's, it's, it's becoming more important now than ever, especially as these other platforms become more expensive to advertise on. Autumn (16m 50s): That is definitely true too with Am Amazon. Not only is it becoming more expensive, like I know I have a dystopian series and there are a, some dystopian key words that are completely locked up. If it costs more to put money into advertising them, then you know, the book is worth. So they end up languishing. But then, I mean I started publishing in 2012 and I called it the wild West days of indie publishing because you could pretty much throw up anything and it didn't even really need a cover. You don't have a color title and some words and a really horrible font and you could give it away or you could sell it. Autumn (17m 25s): And it was amazing. But I think the last time I checked Amazon, I mean that was, I think there might have been a million, maybe 2 million bucks at the time. Now there's over 9 million books on Amazon and that's just, it's hard to get an exact figure used to be able to look it up. But it's getting harder and harder. And so I do think a platform like yours, cause I believe Authors do get Am kind of like a profile page, like a book website page. So you can show off all your books at once. You discovered on a smaller platform, uh, buy people, you know, doing these group giveaways, you suddenly have someone discovering all your back or even if you, of course, the short story is at freebies. Autumn (18m 1s): You have them discovering so much more about you that can easily get buried on Amazon. If you are not really paying for that marketing and it is getting more and more expensive and you know, or you can give away a free book, which is great, but if you do consider that as a business model, you're giving away a free book, but that book costs you something and every time you're giving it away you're losing 33 cents of royalties you want. It was a nine 9 cent book as a business model that's eventually it. It kind of, its a huge loss leader to continue to give that away for years and years. Evan (18m 33s): Yeah. Yeah. The way that I think about, and I think, I think this advice is pretty sort of standard almost nowadays is that what you want to do is you want to write in a series, right? So you write, let's say, let's say it's a trilogy. So you write three books on the series and then you'll write a prequel novella or a prequel, a short story that's maybe 10 to 15,000 words. So it's, it's doesn't cost you a lot of time or money to edit and you give that that pre-qual away for free as a way to introduce the reader into your universe. Evan (19m 5s): Uh, and so they get to test drive you. If you think about it, it's very, very similar to actually like a subscription to MailChimp or to mailer light or any of these other services where you typically we'll get a like a one month free trial, see if you like the service and if you do then you'll sign up for the recurring subscription. Well you can think about your reader magnet as your free trial and then every book in that series is like a recurring monthly payment almost, right? Evan (19m 36s): If the, if that reader is reading one book a month or one book a week, you're getting sort of that recurring payment and so you can give away that short story for free because you know that X percentage of those people who get it are going to convert into your, your paying reader audience. Autumn (19m 53s): I think that is my favorite way of anyone ever describing the loss leader because I know there was a huge debate right now. How about, you know, it is a devaluing book's to give one of a way. Um, right. I definitely liked the idea that, you know, it's like a subscription service. Uh, that really makes a lot of sense. So we're almost at the 20 minute Mark, so I want to, anything else you want to wrap up to say, you know, why StoryOrigin um, you know, I love that as a beta platform. Like you said, I have not seen glitches. I've seen some major glitches in some of the programs and stuff that I've bought or, um, even continued to describe. Autumn (20m 29s): I subscribe to and you know, you, you sometimes put up with it, but it's worked fantastic. I think you're doing an amazing job, especially that you're doing it on your own. Umm, it's a whole lot of work. I build courses and I build websites and you know, it, it's a tough business to be an entrepreneur and it's amazing that it's going and especially that you left a full time job to be doing this. So I know it can't be free forever, but anything else you want to say about it to let people know what it, what it does? I think it's an amazing tool for author. Autumn (20m 60s): It's, and it's certainly growing in such unique and interesting ways as a one stop shop platform for us. Evan (21m 6s): Yeah, I mean I, you know, I wouldn't say that there's necessarily anything else to mention. You know, like I said, there's definitely things that I'm going to be adding to improve the existing features and add new features. I'm always working on new stuff and I sorta, I send out a newsletter whenever I make those feature upgrades or I add those new features. And so I would say even if you look at StoryOrigin and you say, Oh, well it doesn't do this thing like tomorrow, it may. Evan (21m 36s): So you might want to sign up just so you can keep up with, you know, any developments that are happening because maybe it didn't work for your use case today, but tomorrow it might. So I think it's still valuable and it's, you know, free to keep up with it anyway. So, Autumn (21m 53s): which is amazing. I look forward to seeing, um, seeing a grow and even if you have a, you know, when did you move it to a platform where it's paid or a subscription? I think that as I say, Authors it's okay to charge money for your books. Uh, we all want to do this and make money at it and be able to continue to see a product if it stays free forever. And then how are you going to get it to, you know, manage it. Right. So I think it's fantastic. Thank you for being with us today. And um, I will have the links below the show on Story Origins so you can go scoop it up while it's free and give it a test. Autumn (22m 26s): Try and thank you again for being here today. Evan (22m 29s): Awesome. Thank you so much for having me on. I really enjoyed our conversation.

This Month in Property List Manager
This Month in PLM – February 2019

This Month in Property List Manager

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 13, 2019 106:26


In this episode, we discussed the latest news and changes taking place in the world of List Management, List Stack Filtering and features within their Property List Manager service.

This Month in Property List Manager
This Month in PLM – January 2019

This Month in Property List Manager

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Sales Funnel Radio
SFR 208: List Management 101...

Sales Funnel Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2019 24:01


Boom, what's going on everyone?   Steve Larsen from Sales Funnel Radio and today I'm excited to teach you guys my list management strategy.   I spent the last four years learning from the most brilliant marketers today, and now I've left by nine-to-five to take the plunge and build my million-dollar business.   The real question is, how well I do it without VC funding or debt, completely from scratch? This podcast is here to give you the answer.   Join me and follow along as I learn, apply, and share marketing strategies to grow my online business, using only today's best Internet sales funnels.   My name is Steve Larsen and welcome to Sales Funnel Radio.   Hey guys, I'm excited to show you guys this.   This is probably a simple lesson, but I find more often than not there is a lot of people out there who don't really have a strategy for what I'm about to show you.   Which means for all the lists that are being built, (which are the true asset of the Internet), there’s no strategy - there’s no list management at all.   I remember the first funnel I ever built, it was a free plus shipping funnel, and it was selling this little CD.   For those of you guys listening on iTunes, just know I'm drawing this but you'll be fine just listening as well.   It was free plus shipping CD funnel and as soon as you bought the CD…   Let's say the CD was here on the very first page - there’s a list specifically of people who bought that CD. Now, that makes sense. there was a list just for the CD people.   Then there was a bump in there…   If this is the first time you've ever tuned into Sales Funnel Radio, just know we're talking about sales funnels obviously.   This is the way to sell things on the Internet, and this is one of the cool strategies to get a lot of low-end, low-ticket kind of things out the door through a free plus shipping funnel.   So anyways, there'd be this bump, like: “Hey, you want to add something else to your order?” So there'd be another list specifically for this bump.   ...and it started getting messy quick. You're starting to see where I'm going with this, right? The next upsell = there was another list.   There was another list for this one.   There was a list of people who just bought the down sell.   There was a list of people who made it all the way through the funnel and bought everything.   ...I mean, it was like a list upon list upon list.   Lists had gotten together and had babies. There were camps of lists all over the place. It was ridiculous. I had so many lists. It got convoluted very very quickly.   So literally every funnel that I'd build…   If it was just a standard kind of low ticket funnel like this; I would easily have one, two, three, four, five, five or more lists per funnel. That's just for this value ladder step two.   So if there were all these other value ladder pieces, for example, if there was five on this one, five on that one, five on that one…     That’s easily 15 lists for every single thing I was going and I was building...   And then I’d go build for other people!   I mean, it got so convoluted so fast. I would have to go in and re-remember where each person specifically. It was terrible guys.   And I know you're like “Oh, woe is you.” But like seriously, imagine how intense that gets very very quickly. It gets stressful.   Every time you want to send an email, you’re stuck selecting 100 lists: “This one but not that one, this one but not that one.” It takes a long time actually.   It took significant chunks of Russell's day every time he would do it.   One of the things Russell had me do when I first got there, (probably about five months in), is I had to condense and organize and sort all of the lists at ClickFunnels.   It's was a half a million people that were on that list at that time... just ClickFunnels' lists; now it's way more than that.  It was a huge, massive list, but it was spread out across, I think well over 50, 60, 70. Don't quote me on that, but it was a lot of lists.   So what I had to go do is come up with some kind of procedure some I could sift through to say,  “Okay, this is how we're going to handle all list management in the backend from here on.”   These funnels we built were so powerful, but there’s not really a nomenclature. If there’s not really a system for naming and organizing all the different lists that are inside someone's ClickFunnels account, value ladder, or inside of any business, it gets really convoluted.   I know this might sound kinda a trivial trial, but it's not though! I promise, go try this out, and you'll see how frustrating it gets when you want to send an email.   It's hard because your brain will be so consumed by the next thing you are building to have to go back and remember what you were doing in each one of these pieces. Man, that's why we have automation.   So there are a few more pieces of automation people can add inside of their funnels to just make the whole thing sing and make it really really simple.   That's the purpose of today's episode. I want to teach you guys, real quick, this list management strategy that I use still today.   I just barely went through and I started deleting a bunch of lists that are old. I realized I wasn't following my own strategy. I think I just deleted 40 email lists. I download all of them, combined them, and re-upload them to my Seinfeld list   If you don't know what I'm talking about here, guys, go get the book DotCom Secrets.   If you're on this podcast and you've been listening to this and you haven't read that Dot Com Secrets, you should probably follow a different podcast…   I say that jokingly, but not really ;-)   This is gonna help you tremendously in every single funnel. I'm trying to make this as simple as I possibly can. Let me just move this whiteboard a little more here… (I'm gonna draw a list here in red)   I'm never going to build a funnel and NOT collect an email or some kind of contact information. Whether it's some kind of Facebook opt-in or whatever, I'm always gonna be collecting a list. *ALWAYS*   There's no point for me to even make the funnel if I'm not going to somehow collect a list. It's NOT always page one, but somewhere I'm going to be collecting some kind of opt-in. There is a core list that I am always adding to.   ...So if this is again my value ladder, I am always, always going to add people to what I call a Seinfeld list. That's what it is called. It’s called a Seinfeld list.   That Seinfeld list represents and is added to by every funnel in my value ladder.   So if I have this big old list right here, kind of like a bucket... that's how I kind of imagine a list... like hey here's a big bucket. That's my symbol, when I'm drawing funnels, for a list.   I have one Seinfeld list that represents the entirety of the value ladder.   If anybody opts in anywhere on any funnel, all rivers, all oceans lead to my Seinfeld list.   Every time I'm building a funnel or designing it;  Seinfeld. Seinfeld list, meaning Seinfeld series. If you don't know what that is, you gotta read DotCom Secrets.   Just to recap real fast:   The Seinfeld list is the general list of all your people. We call it that because when we email them, we are following the Seinfeld (as in the Seinfeld show) format of talking to people.   There's gonna be a really small micro-story which doesn't necessarily need to relate with the topic about the email, but it's just to capture attention and edutain.   And then I'm gonna go in and have some call to action.   The Seinfeld is the list I'm consistently hitting. It's the list where I'm gonna go and be like, “Oh man, I should go promo my next thing.” It's the Seinfeld list that I'm emailing, NOT all of my list.   For Sales Funnel Radio, we blast out a general, “Hey, here's the next episode… this is what it's about. We choose specifically my Seinfeld list and my Sales Funnel Radio list inside of my ClickFunnels account - just those two.   All rivers lead to Seinfeld anyway.   Every single funnel though, I'm running it off of just a few lists. It’s the same for every single funnel, I'm just telling you.   I stopped collecting unique lists for people who just opted in for OTO 2, or who wanted a downsell - that sucks quick. It gets terrible real fast.   So the first thing that I do, whatever they opt to…   Let's say there's an opt-in form with a big old button and someone opts-in and gives their email. The first thing I'm gonna go do is add them to a general opt-in list for the specific funnel.   ...so each value ladder funnel has its own opt-in list…   After about five, six, seven, sometimes 10 days, however long it takes for this specific campaign to end, I automatically add them to my Seinfeld list.     So let's say that there's an email soap opera series that's dropping out over five days. On day six, I would automatically tell ClickFunnels: Add that contact to my Seinfeld list, and on day seven remove them from my opt-in list.   I want to know exactly where people are inside of my funnel.   There are not many occurrences where I want someone to be on multiple lists at one time.  At the same time, they could be on:   An opt-in list. A Seinfeld list A buyers list   ... that's it.   If they are on one list and they suddenly get on the list for the high-ticket thing, that's fine as long as they are actually experiencing the funnel still. I don't want them to be there 10 weeks later just sitting and chilling out in there.   That does not give me a good accurate description of where the flow is happening inside of my value ladder. Does that make sense? Again, we're more techie on this episode, but just follow me on this. This is actually very simple once I just draw it out.   So I have the opt-in list, and after, let's say, day six, I'm going to have ClickFunnels automatically add that contact to a Seinfeld and then on day seven remove then from the first list. I don't want them on both.   Seinfeld or opt-in, NOT both at the same time.   If it's just a general opt-in with nothing to purchase, that's how I would do it.   If they opt-in in general, I'm still gonna add them to opt-ins. I'm NEVER not gonna just not collect the data. I'm gonna collect the data.   But let's say they purchase something here on the first page, I would add them to another list. Say it's a two-step order form, so they opt in, boom, I'm gonna add them to opt-ins, okay, but if they actually purchase I want to know who my specific buyers are.   I want to speak to my buyers in a very specific manner; so I'm gonna add these guys to their own list. I'm NOT going to create a specific buyer list for each individual product in my entire funnel -  like I was saying before, that sucks quick. It's terrible.   That's pretty much it, guys! I mean, I wish there was more to this episode. I mean that really is it. So let's walk through a few scenarios here…   Let's say someone opts in and they get added to the opt-in list where they experience an email sequence or some kind of follow-up sequence - something, an Actionetics. Maybe they're hitting all my Facebook ads for a while, and then once the lead kinda dies down and I realize they're not very warm anymore, they're kinda cooled off and they’re NOT really in a buying state anymore, I want to get them off the list. I don't want them on the opt-in list.   I don't want them to be a representation of people who are in the funnel. They're not on the funnel. I don't want them in the list…   I've done this in series before that’s been a 21-day series or 30-day series…   So on day 31, or whatever, I will automatically have ClickFunnels add that contact to my Seinfeld list, and on the next day, remove them from the list they came from.   That way, everyone else who's left in the list, they are still in the list, they are still in the funnel. They are still experiencing the funnel. I'm still trying to sell them. That helps me, it's really cool guys.   I can look at my ClickFunnels account and see: There's a ton of people right here at the bottom on my value ladder = that's great. There's almost no one in the middle and tons of people at the top = Why are they not ascending from this space to the next space easily?   Does that make sense? It lets me see things more accurately.   I don't want lists all over the place. That's crappy, it’s literally a clog in my funnel. So that's one scenario... and every single value ladder step is that way.   All rivers continue to add to the Seinfeld list and remove from the original opt-in list of that value ladder step.   This is super easy, super key.   The buyer's list is the one list that they will NEVER get removed from. I want to speak specifically to my buyers sometimes.   When someone makes a purchase they are added to the buyer's list. If they buy the next OTO, they’re already on the buyer's list, I'm NOT adding them again. They’re already on the buyer's list.   For each value ladder step, there’s a specific buyer’s list so I know how many people are buying on each value ladder step. Then there’s one Seinfeld list for all of them Then there’s one opt-in list for each of them.   ...And that's literally how I run it.   They can stay in a buyers list forever and hopefully, they’ll never opt out.   So there's an opt-in list on each value ladder step, but eventually, that opt-in list expires for that session, and that person gets added to Seinfeld list   It’s literally with those three lists that I manage all of my stuff.   As I'm building the funnel, I walk through several scenarios to see where the dead ends are. I don't want leads to get stuck somewhere and stay there forever. They should not hit a dead end.   The only place that it should end is in a Seinfeld list or buyers list. That's it. It's flowing somewhere.   Now I'm able to sit back and go like, “Holy crap, look at this! They're going from here to here, but then NOT from here to there. What's wrong with this series?”   If the email series is first meant to sell whatever's going on in the funnel, and then let's say I have more emails that are meant to ascend somebody to the next piece in the value ladder, and the next value ladder. I want to be able to figure where things get stuck.     So I'm gonna go one level deeper on this here real quick…   There's one other piece to it that makes the whole thing sing and it's something that can really help you guys as you start to move forward on this stuff.   Check this out:   So if I've got a value ladder...   Man that sucks, I need like those big thick markers. I got them for my whiteboard for the OfferMind event, but they’re hard to find. I haven't found anybody with dry-erase versions. You know what I mean?   Anyway, so if I've got a value ladder: each value ladder has a list for opt-ins, and a list for buyers.   That opt-in list will auto dump people out to the Seinfeld list. I don't want them to stay there long term.   Eventually, all rivers lead here to the big old Seinfeld list. Now I can accurately see how people are moving inside of my actual value ladder, but there is one other piece here that is actually super cool.   If you go to ClickFunnels.com and you’re NOT logged in, you’ll see a new quiz.   Clickfunnels has created 10 unique onboarding sequences based on the industry you’re coming from; which is very very clever.   SoI click on Network Marketing, I'm gonna get onboarded to ClickFunnels in that specific industry's language. Massive project. Absolutely huge! Not a small feat to pull off. Amazing that Russell did that.   Let's say somebody comes into a specific funnel, then I need to create a sequence inside of each funnel to sell them on what’s in this funnel. That's the purpose of that opt-in, to sell them what's inside the funnel.   When somebody opts into my application based funnels (I get two to three applications per day asking people to join some things that I do, which is really cool), well, when they go opt-in, I have a 10-day series continually pitching them to join my thing.   So now, I'm making a series for each value ladder step, but I'm also making a series in between each value ladder step.   One of the things that I'm gonna be doing in 2019 which I'm really pumped about. On the floor, you guys can’t see it, there’s yellow paper all over the place. I’ve started to design and put together an onboarding series so that regardless of where you come into my funnel, you’ll find easy ways to consume my entire value ladder, NOT just that one step, Does that make sense?   I want one of those big long email series, let's say it's 30 days or whatever, and what it's doing is:   The first 3 emails are selling you on why you should come up to this area of my value ladder.   The next 3 emails are selling you on why you should come purchase in the middle of the value ladder.   Then 3 emails are selling you on why you should come up to the very top level of my value ladder.   ... So there's a tie-in list between the steps which can be attached to the Seinfeld list.   I have the value ladder steps already built out, but the thing I'm stoked for 2019 is this piece: When you get into my world, and I need you to go build an offer.   Q: What's the easiest way for you to do that? A: Go buy my book (which we're working on right now which I'm super stoked about).   Q: What should you do next? A: You should probably come to OfferMind in all reality.   Q: What should you do after next? A: We got this sweet thing called OfferLab where I actually help build your thing. I'll fly out to you, or you fly out to me, or and you can come to a three-day event with just a small group of people.   Q: What should you do next?  A: Oh, you know what, it looks like Steve Larsen's got a mastermind (which I'm gonna have soon).   ...That's part of the value ladder I've been designing, but what's the sequence?   So, if someone was to start at the very beginning of the value ladder, this BIG sequence would actually pull them through and showcase every single area of the value ladder and all the things that are in it.   So that's how I manage my lists.   Again, a bit of a long episode and more technical, but hopefully it spurts some ideas on how you can organize your lists more.   It's NOT just for organization sake. It’s literally to see the effectiveness of how well you're upselling people NOT just in the funnel, but from value ladder step to value ladder step.   That's the way we do it, and honestly, I'm super stoked for that.   I've watched a lot of people go in and build one of these big sequences and I'll be doing the same soon.   I just went back and rehashed all the stuff that I've been doing in my own ClickFunnels account to make sure that it was set up with this process.   There was a lot that I had, just for speed's sake, forgot to set up like that.   So I exported about 40 lists, combined them all, uploaded that new list to my Seinfeld list, and then deleted the old separate lists.   I went through every single funnel and added automation to add to Seinfeld and remove from opt-in. Which I’m psyched about   So the next piece, sometime this year I'm gonna be building out an awesome onboarding sequence, which is not aggressive, but it's showcasing: “Boom! Once you get this, did you know I have this? Did you know I have this?”   A lot of people have no idea what I even sell, or they have no idea of all the products I do sell or the things I do offer. That's a problem! Don't have it in your business.   One of the ways you can solve that is by having one of these cool onboarding sequences as well.   So, anyways, guys, that's kind of the list management stuff that I do.   You literally can run your entire thing: One funnel with three lists.   More often than not when I log into someone's ClickFunnels account, they have no set up for how to run it. I have no idea where people are getting stuck in their business, and it's hard for us to actually maneuver.   I don't know who to send emails to and who to not to. I don't want to send an email to the entire list when they're still inside a funnel. I want them to focus on that purchase.   I don't wanna come around with, “Hey, I know you're about to scratch the buyer's itch with a $15,000 thing. Why don't you come buy my book for $7.95?” Like, NO!   There are specific people you should NOT be talking to who are inside of your sequences right now.   That's exactly why I wanted to do this episode. So you guys can see from a top-level, each part of the funnel, each part of the value ladder is super similar.   It's the way that I'm able to go and send them from piece to piece and only talk to specific people - that's very very key, super key.   Anyways guys, thanks so much for joining me.   If you guys like this, please like, subscribe and review it in iTunes - that actually means a lot to me.   Guys, we'll see you in the next episode, bye.   Woo-hoo!   Hey, there's more marketing resources than there are sands of the sea, am I right?   Okay, maybe not, but there's a lot...   How do you know if you're paying for good ones?   Recently, I went to my business bank statement and I counted 51 Internet tools and resources that I used to run my business every day and actually keep my team size small.   If you want to see the list, I actually filmed an individual video teaching you why I use each tool and the strategy behind it, and then I dropped a link straight to the source right below it.   If you want to see the list, then see what you can use yourself, go to bestmarketingresources.com. That's bestmarketingresources.com.  

Blues News
Stephen Silvagni On NAB Trade Radio | October 12

Blues News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2018 7:54


Stephen Silvagni, Carlton's GM of List Management & Strategy, speaks to NAB Trade Radio following the Blues' acquisition of young midfielder Will Setterfield.

Blues News
Stephen Silvagni On 3AW | October 10

Blues News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2018 10:20


Stephen Silvagni, Carlton's GM of List Management & Strategy, catches up with 3AW after a busy day at the trade table for the Blues.

Blues News
Stephen Silvagni On NAB Trade Radio | October 10

Blues News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2018 5:20


Stephen Silvagni, Carlton's GM of List Management & Strategy, speaks to NAB Trade Radio after the Blues land Mitch McGovern in the 2018 trade period.

Blues News
Stephen Silvagni On NAB Trade Radio | October 8

Blues News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2018 12:00


Stephen Silvagni, Carlton's GM of List Management & Strategy, speaks to NAB AFL Trade Radio as the 2018 trade period begins.

Blues News
Stephen Silvagni On Macquarie Sports Radio | October 8

Blues News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2018 4:24


Stephen Silvagni, Carlton's GM of List Management & Strategy, catches up with Macquarie Sports Radio as the 2018 AFL trade period begins.

Blues News
Stephen Silvagni On RSN | October 8

Blues News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2018 9:00


Stephen Silvagni, Carlton's GM of List Management & Strategy, catches up with RSN Breakfast as the 2018 trade period begins.

Wholesaling Inc
WIP 125: Direct Mail: Is the Secret to More Money in Wholesaling through List Management?

Wholesaling Inc

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2018 9:05


In today’s short but highly invaluable episode, Tom sheds light on one very important aspect many wholesalers often get wrong—list management. How do you manage your list? Or do you even need to manage it to begin with? In this episode, Tom will offer expert advice and guidance, show you the math, and answer other key questions related to list management such as: •Do you need to micromanage your direct mail list? •Would you lose money if you’ll manage your list? •Or would you save money if you do it? Don’t miss this episode. It just might provide the information you need to propel your wholesaling business to greater heights!

Sportsworld Podcast
Brad Lloyd: Fremantle Dockers - GM of List Management

Sportsworld Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2017 8:37


Karl Langdon, Brad Hardie and Kim Hagdorn spoke with the Fremantle Dockers General Manager of List Management - Brad Lloyd to discuss all their selections in the AFL National Draft.

Blues News
Stephen Silvagni On RSN Breakfast - October 20

Blues News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2017 9:16


Stephen Silvagni, GM of List Management and Strategy, speaks to RSN Breakfast following the 2017 trade period.

Blues News
Stephen Silvagni On NAB AFL Trade Radio - October 16

Blues News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2017 26:55


Stephen Silvagni, Carlton's GM of List Management & Strategy (12 mins onwards), joins Jason Cripps (Port Adelaide) and Scott Clayton (Gold Coast) on the panel at the Connors Sports/PWC Breakfast.

Transplantation (Video)
Wait List Management to Expedite Timing of Transplantation - UCSF Kidney Transplant Program Update in Transplantation 2017

Transplantation (Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2017 40:42


Chris Freise, MD. Transplant surgeon, UCSF. Series: "UCSF Transplant Update" [Health and Medicine] [Education] [Professional Medical Education] [Show ID: 32556]

Transplantation (Audio)
Wait List Management to Expedite Timing of Transplantation - UCSF Kidney Transplant Program Update in Transplantation 2017

Transplantation (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2017 40:42


Chris Freise, MD. Transplant surgeon, UCSF. Series: "UCSF Transplant Update" [Health and Medicine] [Education] [Professional Medical Education] [Show ID: 32556]

Wholesaling Inc
WIP 56: Why You Should Avoid List Management

Wholesaling Inc

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2017 8:20


Sometimes the most effective strategies are the most simple. Today we’re breaking down why list management isn’t, mathematically, worth your time.   Learn more & see the Lists at: WholesalingInc.com/podcast 

Blues News
Stephen Silvagni On RSN - November 29

Blues News

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2016 6:06


Carlton's GM of List Management and Strategy, Stephen Silvagni, chats to RSN breakfast about the Blues' trade and draft period, as the list for 2017 is finalised.

PortFanRadio
Alberton Front Bar- Trade Period and List Management

PortFanRadio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2016 55:22


PortFanRadio
Alberton Front Bar- Trade Period and List Management

PortFanRadio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2016 55:22


St Kilda Football Club
Ameet Bains Talks List Management On ABC Grandstand Radio

St Kilda Football Club

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2015 17:14


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