For nearly two decades, Matt Powell's influence has been felt in every facet of the martial art world and fitness world. Training every walk of life, from celebrities to the special forces, soccer mom's to martial art masters, Matt has changed the way tens of thousands of people look at their own capabilities.
Matt has been featured in numerous publications, such as UK Guardian , Chicago Tribune, Blackbelt, Martial Arts Illustrated, The Active Times, Combat Action Network, Recoil, Onnit Magazine, and many others. Matt has authored books on learning, personal growth, as well as publishing instructional videos, hundreds of videos with over a million minutes viewed on Youtube.
In recent years Matt has turned his down-to-earth, systematic approach on changing the mind and body toward personal growth. Combining his entrepreneurial success and teaching experience, Matt is constantly searching how to develop new methods for changing the mind, body, and spirit. Co-owner of Explores, LLC with locations in ABQ and ATL, Matt also works in management for a leading security integrator. When not traveling, Matt spends much of his time in the mountains - hiking with his dogs and enjoying the challenges and inspiration of the outdoors.
Let's talk business with John!
Matt shares he took his local martial arts school and turn it into to a global Internet brand.
Topics discussed during this podcast episode include;
- Free and paid traffic methods Matt us drive visitors to his websites
- How Matt uses expired domain names to increase his search engine rankings
- Matt’s product funnel
And much more!
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