An essential part of creating a successful podcast is to identify and serve your audience well. But what if you have no idea who your audience is?
When recording a remote guest on Skype, Zoom, or other method, we are going to use a Zoom portable recorder with mix-minus so you don't need a mixer. You'll record your mic to channel 1 and your guest on channel 2.
Let's suppose you had over a million dollars to promote your podcast with radio ads, what would happen? It turns out someone is doing just that so we can see if it works.
In an attempt to level up my podcast, I've been in search of great books on podcasting. Here are my highlights so far.
Whether you're planning to attend a conference or deploy some local guerilla marketing, it's a great idea to create promotional items for your podcast.
By providing value, you earn the privilege to ask for something. This call-to-action (CTA) needs to strategic. Don't waste a valuable opportunity.
If you do an interview podcast, how often do guests share the episode to their audience on social media? Try this tactic to increase your guest shares.
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Great interviewers were made, not born. It takes practice, work, and making mistakes. I'm listing resources that helped me prepare to launch my podcast.
As podcasters, most of us are on social media. Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn. In an effort to get more listeners, we post about our latest episode -- everywhere. How Is that working for you?