Using your McPodcast to build your McList

For years now, I’ve heard of people (even some of the biggest body builders and World influencers) talk about a whole food, plant-based diet…


I ignored it.

*shoves nuggets into McBelly*

Instead of reaping the benefits of natural (not tinkered with) food, I opted for a much less healthy (but very tasty) option that required far less thinking.

My mind just wanted to easiest way to keep going the direction it was headed.

Anything else seemed “over my head.”

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I had this same feeling when I started building an email list…

… not much effort went into it.

At this moment, I’m sitting in a coffee shop going through responses that I got from my previous email, and…

Well, I like what I see.

From the looks of it, many of you have already started building an email list…

… but have yet to put in any real “work” to getting names and emails in it.

I’ve been there.

I’d look at everyone around me doing using one of the many tactics to list-building, and I took notes.

… and did nothing with them.

The equivalent to not changing the way I ate when I saw the strongest, most intellectual people doing it different.

And that brings me to how and why you’re going to want to get started on growing your list ASAP.

(as if building a community, guaranteeing downloads, and being able to make sales wasn’t enough)

Tomorrow’s case-study will not only walk you through how to get 250+ opt-ins with a single (less than 5-minutes) podcast episode, it will give you 5 unique ways you can implement podcast upgrades to add email subscribers to your list.


You’re in the right place.

If you’re one of those people who is already building a list, but not putting in a ton of effort yet – then respond to this email and tell me what you think has been holding you back.

Time for a refill.

Jeremy Montoya

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