Today, we’ll be talking with Ralph Burns, CEO of Tier 11 and expert in helping businesses scale through Facebook & Instagram advertising. We’ll be looking at ways to grow your podcast steadily, being intentional with creating content that will suit your audience, and the future of podcasting.
Today, we will be joined by Joe Fier, co-host of the Hustle And Flowchart Podcast and co-founder of Evergreen Profits, to let you in on some tips about getting big players on your show, insights on using their unique Dream 100 strategy, working with a co-host in interviewing, growing your audience, expanding your reach, and monetising your podcast. This episode will motivate you to make your podcast even better, with the added value guest experts will definitely bring to the table.
Today, Steph Taylor of the Socialette Podcast joins us to share her most valuable points on growing your podcast effectively. She demonstrates how being the sponsor of your own podcast enables you to get a maximum return of investment. In this episode, we talk about the difference between shorter versus longer episodes and getting big names on your podcast. Steph also shares how you can make use of Pinterest to grow your podcast.
Today, Pete Smissen of the Aussie English podcast joins us to talk about what it takes to grow your podcast downloads. His podcast has grown from zero up to 10,000 downloads a day. He also shares with us how he worked to monetise it and make it his full-time gig. We also chat about how he uses YouTube in conjunction with podcasting.
In this episode, Jaemin Frazer shares his insights about why people feel like they are not good enough. He also talks about the seven essential practices in overcoming insecurity. We also discuss how to stay true to yourself and more.
To all the listeners, especially if you are dealing with insecurity, tune in, sit back, and enjoy the podcast.
In this episode, our guest Angela Henderson gives crucial suggestions on building your podcast in a way that will benefit you and your audience. She also emphasizes how podcasting is a long-term venture which needs commitment and hard work. A host needs to be equipped with the right knowledge to prosper in the field of podcasting.
Running a podcast is a long-term commitment. It also takes hard work and patience to know the right strategies that are necessary for its success. There are also times where you will need the help of an expert in the field of podcasting.
In this episode, Adam Jaffrey is back with us to share his knowledge about saving a stalling podcast. He talks about different strategies for those who are not growing their audience as much as they like and not generating revenue with their podcast.