In Episode 83 of the Wandering But Not Lost Podcast, co-hosts Matt Emerson and Jan O’Brien chat about why BombBomb Video is the Bomb and in Wandering Zen, Matt welcomes Dennis & Sue Nespor back to the podcast with a segment recorded on their sailboat anchored in Cat Harbor at the isthmus of Catalina Island.
WBNL 52: BombBomb Video is the Bomb!
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Why use BombBomb Video Email Marketing?
- Easy to use! You can record and store videos in the video library
- Mobile app let’s you also record a video or select one from your library and then send an email, text or share it to social
- You can repurpose the videos you record – grab the link, embed code or download it to create a blog post, share on social media, etc.
- Animated preview in the email really captures attention
- The chrome extension for Gmail is amazing! You can record a video or capture the screen to record mini-tutorials and more. You can also track your emails – who opens it and when
- Send branded, custom template video emails with header and footer, links to your online sites
- Create Video Email automation/campaigns with the upgraded package
Ideas for Video Emails
- Home Anniversary
- Thank you for the Referral
- Requesting a client review
- Monthly newsletter
- Monthly market update
- Real Estate buyer and seller series
- FAQ – answer frequently asked questions
Lead Nurturing & Conversion
- Introduce yourself
- Screen capture – how to use your website, save searches, etc.
- Other emails or texts in your buyer/seller follow-up campaigns
- Upcoming open houses
- New listings
- Appointment confirmation
- Pre-listing package – prior to listing appointment
Recruiting team members
- Invitation to trainings or team events
- Personal video to someone you want to recruit – invite to meet, coaching session, etc.
- Congratulations on a milestone, production, event
- Business building / coach tips
Wandering Zen – The Return to Catalina
There is no better way to end a summer here in southern California than with a trek to Catalina. This gem is so close but takes you so far away from the hustle and bustle of the mainland! It is especially great when you are invited to spend the weekend with incredible friends on their incredible sailboat. This time around we had the opportunity to spend our time on the less traveled and toured east end of the island. It was a treat. In this episode we tell some tales of the trails, enjoy some water activities, and take you on a tour of the beautiful Catalina Island.
Explore the links below to get a lay of the land and info on things to enjoy during your visit:
- Catalina Express
- Catalina Flyer
- Harbor Reef Saloon
- Harbor Reef Restaurant
- General Store
- Banning House Lodge
- Villa Santa Cruz
- Villa Santa Rosa
- Airport in the Sky
- Parson’s Landing
- Dive & Recreation Center
- Visitor Services
- Mooring Fees & Reservations
- Camping Reservations
The Catalina Express drops us off
The Cat Harbor dingy dock
Snorkeling in Little Harbor
Bald eagles standing watch
First stop - best bloody marys in the world!
Moon glow on the water
Afternoon fog rolling in
The Catalina Island Conservancy was founded in 1972 as a non-profit organization, the Catalina Island Conservancy is one of the oldest private land trusts in Southern California. It protects 88 percent of Catalina Island, including more than 62 miles of unspoiled beaches and secluded coves—the longest publicly accessible stretch of undeveloped coastline left in Southern California. Catalina Island is home to more than 60 plant, animal and insect species found nowhere else in the world. It is visited by more than one million people annually. More than sixty thousand school children each year visit camps on Conservancy lands.
The Conservancy is a leader in conservation programs that protect and restore endangered species and threatened habitats. It conducts educational outreach through two nature centers, its Wrigley Memorial & Botanic Garden and guided experiences in the Island’s rugged interior.
The Conservancy believes that effective conservation in the 21st century is by people for people, and on Catalina Island tests solutions to environmental challenges here, and across our Island Earth.
fromThe Catalina Island Conservancy website. Learn much more HERE
There are over 165 miles of trails and roads to explore on the island. Click HERE for the deets!
Here’s a little throwback to one of our fist sailing adventures to Little Geiger Cove, Catalina Island in 2008