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Done For You Emails January 9th – 15th, 2017

[DFYE] 15th January 2017 “Are lemonade and Sprite the same thing?”

3 Possible Subject Lines (Pick One):

Are lemonade and Sprite the same thing?
This American woman freaks out over Australian soft drinks
This difference actually matters

Email Body Copy:

The Internet blew up over an international fast food controversy this month.

An American woman who ordered a “Lemonade” ripped her cashier a new one when she received a “Sprite” instead.

Turns out, some Australians don’t differentiate between the two.

Which is pissing some Americans off.

Which surprises me.

How are Americans so good at seeing the differences between soft drinks, but so bad at seeing the difference between life-giving jobs and life-draining ones?

Break out of your life-draining job, and start your own online business.

You can…

Be your own boss.
Set your own hours.
Increase your income by 50%, 100%, maybe even 500%.

Some differences matter.

And get this:

If you try and it doesn’t work, we’ll give you ten times your money back.

Click here to start.



[DFYE] 14th January 2017 “Children’s literature is just content marketing”

3 Possible Subject Lines (Pick One):

Children’s literature is just content marketing
Elementary education is just content marketing
If life is content marketing… are you spending money or making it?

Email Body Copy:

A homeless man in New York City was just gifted a plane ticket home to join his family for a relative’s Christmas-time funeral.

The ticket came from an anonymous lady in Connecticut, and neither party new each other.

The story is beautiful, but it should at least make you scratch your head:

How the heck?

How did this woman…
Hear about this guy?
Learn the significant details of his story?
Become emotionally affected by it?
Reach him with a plane ticket?

One word:


A professional writer in New York designed a Facebook post to go viral and, without boosting it, it went viral.

And by that gift, out of all the homeless people in New York, this guy gets to go home.

Do you see the value of good writing?

The difference between this man having a family reunion and everyone who isn’t having one isn’t about money: it’s about good writing.

Work one-on-one with our content marketing pros for just $49, and follow our 21-step system to rack up commissions of $1000, $3000, $5000, or $9000.

What’s your back-up plan, and why isn’t it working?

Better question: What could a good writer do for you?

Click here to find out.



[DFYE] 13th January 2017 “Children’s literature is just content marketing”

3 Possible Subject Lines (Pick One):

Children’s literature is just content marketing
Elementary education is just content marketing
If life is content marketing… are you spending money or making it?

Email Body Copy:

Children’s literature is just content marketing.

Your kids’ teachers pick books that preach the values they want your kids to learn, and they read them out loud to the whole class.

Some parents choose bedtime stories that communicate the values they want their kids to grow up with.

At Christmastime, I get to do the same for my nieces and nephews.

Even adults read fewer books than children do, it’s the same story:

All media moralizes, especially the TV shows we sit in front of.

I’m not trying to make a judgment about the media we choose for ourselves and our children. I just want us to realize that we do choose.

And that tells us this big secret…

Content marketing is alive and kicking.

But we’ve never doubted that, and we’re making our partners commissions in the $1000s, $3000s, $5000s, and $9000s by converting their leads into sales.

Which side of the “television” do you want to be on?

Stop buying and start selling.

Trust me, it feels a lot better over here.

Click here.



[DFYE] 12th January 2017 “How are all these homeless people getting jobs?”

3 Possible Subject Lines (Pick One):

How are all these homeless people getting jobs?
These homeless guys have better branders than you
“Homeless Man” or “Urban Survival Specialist?”

Email Body Copy:

These new non-profits are popping up all over the place, and hundreds of creative professionals are volunteering their skills:

They’re writing resumes for homeless people.

Or, as they like to call them, “Urban Survival Specialists.”

So I went to check it out.

It blew me away. These homeless men and women are walking out of clinics with sexily designed resumes, incredibly catchy written-out answers to common interview questions, and generous new references.

Here’s a fact: Some of these homeless guys are having more job search success than you.

And of course they are.

They’re being branded by state-of-the-art professional marketers who can sell anything.


If they can brand homeless people, we can brand you.

That’s what we’ve been doing in MTTB for years.

Click here.



[DFYE] 11th January 2017 “This is the SECOND most common lie”

3 Possible Subject Lines (Pick One):

This is the SECOND most common lie
My new dental hygienist is hard as enamel
How to move people to act

Email Body Copy:

If the most common lie is “Yes, I have read and agree to the Terms & Conditions,” I think I know the second most common one:

“Oh yeah, I floss.”

For years, my dental hygienist has either been as dumb as a rock, or she’s too non-confrontational to call me on my BS.

In any case, that all just changed.

Tina’s soft regime has finished, and Sigrid is hard as enamel.

“How is your flossing?” she asked, looming over my lying mouth.

“Oh, not bad, but not great,” I lied.

Without blinking, she shot: “Did you know that your bacteria swims in your mouth for about 23 hours before settling down and colonizing? That means they only do work on the days you don’t floss, and those are the days that march you closer to debilitating gum disease.”

I went home and flossed. Voluntarily. For the first time in 2016.

Why don’t we do the things we know are good for us?

That’s a deep mystery of human nature.

But it’s no mystery how people wake up from it:

Someone shakes them awake.

MOBE was founded and is still driven by direct marketing masters who make a killing off shaking people into action.

We’re only continuing to grow, and pumping out commission after commission for our partners.

We’ll make your sales and get you your commissions, but you’ve got to take the first step.

Click here.



[DFYE] 10th January 2017 “This is why we have teachers”

3 Possible Subject Lines (Pick One):

This is why we have teachers
If you’re still doing this, it’s like you never left high school
How to get the coaching you need

Email Body Copy:

Do you remember “peer editing” day in your writing class?

And if your classmates were anything like mine, you knew that their feedback wasn’t going to make any of your paragraphs prettier.

I remember our red-faced teacher standing behind her desk, going on and on and on about “the virtues of peer editing.”

Everything in me wanted to jump up and say: “Hey teach! You actually know how to write! Why don’t you get off your high horse and fix these yourself?”

I don’t know about you, but I’m glad I’m out of school.

When I need help, I’m allowed to go straight to the experts.

My business is successful not because I worked my ideas out with all my aunts and cousins, but because I got good, hard feedback from the best in the business.

You’re only as good as your coaches.

MTTB includes free, personalized, one-on-one coaching with our expert consultants.

No sit-in-a-circle and share your feelings nonsense.

Real mentors with real strategies that get you real results.

Are you ready to succeed in the real world?

Click here.



[DFYE] 9th January 2017 “This is the difference between good and lame invitations”

3 Possible Subject Lines (Pick One):

This is the difference between good and lame invitations
What makes an invitation fun to receive?
Some invitations suck

Email Body Copy:

Do you like getting invitations?

I know, it probably depends on the invitation.

Some invitations are great:
–getting invited to join your friends’ fantasy baseball league
–going out to brunch with a group of other young moms
–a LAN party, dinner party, or class reunion
Other invitations are instant eye-roll triggers:
–causes you don’t believe in asking you for money
–door-to-door evangelists coming while you’re busy (or “busy”) at home
–a wedding invite from someone you barely knew in college who’s obviously casting a wide net to check boxes on her registry
What’s the difference?

Well, literally speaking, the heart of invitation is the word vita, or life.

So if you’re going to be a snob (which you totally should be), if it’s not life-giving, it doesn’t count as an in-vita-tion.

That said, here’s an invitation to a life-giving work system.

With 21 clear steps that are proven to make you commissions of $1000, $3000, $5000, $9000 or more, personalized mentorship from our experts, and all the administrative burdens lifted from your heavy shoulders, MTTB is literally an invitation.

Click here.



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