Today, I’ll be sharing with you my insights and observations on the common mistakes in podcasting (after auditing over 100 shows this year alone), and how you can stop making them!
Today on the podcast, I am joined by Kristin Molenaar, CEO of YesBoss. We unpack ideas like how to pitch to become a guest, why it isn’t necessary to be on every social media platform to reach people, and why niching is especially important to gain a raving podcast audience.
Getting your show noticed and heard by the people that matter requires effort, skill, and time. Today’s episode tackles the first steps to making sure your show hits the runway prepped and ready for success… and why it’s very similar to how you think about fishing.
How do we know that our content is what the audience actually wants?
And how intentional should we be with content and SEO to play with the big leagues?
Those are just some of the questions we cover today with Gert Mellak from SEOLeverage. From figuring out if SEO can be the only podcast growth rider, to knowing what keywords you can and can’t compete for – we unpack so much in today’s episode.
Today’s episode features Rob Walch, 2016 Podcasting Hall of Famer and the VP of Podcaster Relations for Libsyn. It is packed with priceless insights, tips, and strategies (that you’ll most likely not hear from anyone else).
This episode is the second of a two-part series with the amazing Podcasting Hall of Famer, Dave Jackson. We’ll be talking about why he chose to focus on podcast monetisation, mistakes podcasters make when promoting sponsors, and more.
If you’ve ever thought about podcasting at any point in your life, this episode was meant for you. From Dave Jackson’s experiences starting out as an early adopter of the platform, to profiting from your podcast, we discussed so much gold that it would be a crime not to listen in.
Today, I’ll be sharing some of the things that I’ve learned while taking a break myself. You’ll hear more about the consequences of missing weekly uploads, why you need to plan your episodes ahead of time, and so much more.
Today, I am joined by the amazing John Lee Dumas of the Entrepreneurs on Fire podcast to talk about how podcasting has changed over the years, effective marketing avenues, Spotify, and the future of podcasting.
In this episode, I share why I decided to upgrade my audio & video equipment, the software I use that have made recording easier, and why room setup is incredibly important.