Today, we are joined by Jaryd Krause of the Buying Online Businesses podcast to talk about planning, preparing, and executing top-tier podcast interviews. From pre-show preparations to post-show routines, we’ve got it covered.
During this episode, Adil Amarsi (of the Adil Amarsi Unplugged Podcast) and I talk about “StorySelling”, using stories to build trust and communication with your listeners, how to come up with unlimited stories, and dig into what makes (and breaks) a catchy headline.
Much like anything in life, podcasting is also something to be learned and honed, and for this episode, we dive into some of the biggest failures I’ve had in my podcasting journey. From struggles with technology to preparing and interviewing guests, there’s plenty of insights in this one.
On this episode, we continue last week’s conversation with Rob & Kennedy of The Email Marketing Show and dig into the process of preparing, emailing, scheduling, & interviewing guests, and reconnecting with them after the podcast goes live.
Today, Rob & Kennedy, hosts of The Email Marketing Show and Founders of ResponseSuite, share their journey in the podcasting space and why they’re building their email list (rather than promoting their show) on social media.
Today, I speak with Tim Soulo, CMO and Product Advisor at Ahrefs. We talk about his experience spending $200,000 on podcast sponsorships, the learnings taken from initial trials, how they choose a show to sponsor, the importance of trackable metrics in sponsoring podcasts, and much, much more.
Today, we gain truly unique and valuable insights from Scott Carson, host of the popular Note Closers Show podcast and 10 years of experience in distressed mortgage and notes under his belt. We cover some one-of-a-kind strategies on growing your audience, making use of livestreams, the folly of thinking that big names guarantee success, and lots more.
Today, I’d like to cover points such as where podcasters are hurting the most, things you should avoid doing, and what isn’t working. I also highlight opportunities you can take advantage of as a podcaster in this time. This crisis shouldn’t stop your show from growing – this is the time to level-up!
Today, I go over my own experiences and observations from auditing hundreds of podcasts and share a list of the most common mistakes podcasters make. I also give insight and advice for those just starting out & those who need help in figuring out why their show might not be working as they’d expected.
Have you ever wanted to start a podcast but didn’t know where to start, what equipment to use, and what to look out for so your show takes off well? Good news – this episode is just for you. Along with answering your questions, I’ll be giving tips on how to tackle your podcast so it’s set up for success.