Post Purchase PRO Podcast - Episode Fifty Three - With Special Guest Travis Zigler Founder of Profitable Pineapple Ads.
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This is the Post Purchase Pro podcast today. We have a very special guest, mister Travis Zigle, who is the founder of Profitable Pineapple Ads as well as a recovering optometrist turned e-commerce entrepreneur. So Travis has done a lot of amazing things. We're going to be diving into a lot of those first of all he has an amazing story as a brand builder and a seller, but then also he has an amazing business where he actually helps Amazon sellers grow their business. So Shawn, let's dive into this.
Travis so stoked to have you on the show today. This is going to be my favorite interview all week.
I can promise, and it's just Monday, but I'm looking at the schedule, every single time I've interacted with you, you just have that cool domain. You're like, Hey, I'm Travis, I'm doing Travis Things.
If you don't understand then stay out of the conversation and get out of my way. BP at the billion Dollar Seller Summit for President, a presentation, and I still have my feeling turn it over that. We'd love your business. A profitable pineapple, loved the brand's story like Seth said, and we want to dive into that. And obviously folks, if you're listening on the podcast check, the show notes. Find out how to learn more about Travis and who's awesome company. And then if you're watching this on Social, just look at the at the description under the video. Travis, without further ado, my friend tell us, who is Travis from House Ziegler.
Well, first of all, Seth and Sean, thanks for having me on. Thanks for that introduction, That was great. And, yeah, I did be $11 billion Seller Summit, so I'm gonna brag a little bit about that, so I have two.
But Seth, you know, alluded to it a little bit, I'm a recovering optometrist.
So I'm actually an eye doctor, and I graduated in 2010 from there, and practiced for about seven years. And so, I was the typical entrepreneur.
I went to work for somebody else as an optometrist felt this it's to do more so we actually did the three things you're not supposed to do.
We got, we quit our jobs.
We moved from Ohio to South Carolina across the country.
And then we actually started two businesses, and that was two practices.
Well, I went from seeing six patients an hour to about one hour.