Learn how to record better-quality podcasts from your phone with our microphone for iPhone rundown. (Computer microphone recs included.)
How do podcast listeners become buyers without everything feeling “salesy?” Today’s guest Racheal Cook is a master of long-term, predictable business growth, and she’s here to share her favorite value-driven sales strategies specifically for podcasters.
There’s a huge misconception that “going niche” will limit your audience or growth potential as a podcaster. So today, master certified weight loss coach Katrina Ubell, MD shares why getting specific was actually the key to her success, and how she was able to strategically increase her review count, her client roster, and her business, all through podcasting.
Every podcast has the same three segments in each episode, called your episode flow: the intro, the content, and the outro.
Jules Hannaford begrudgingly turned to online dating as a last resort, after being single for more than a decade. But unfortunately, after finally meeting an eligible man, all was not as it seemed.
In her memoir and first book “Fool Me Twice”, Jules details the dangers and pitfalls she experienced in her search for love online. Then in 2019, with the help of her daughter Zara, she decided to turn her memoir into a true-crime podcast, and within eight months, they already had 200,000 downloads and counting.
Jay Clouse’s podcast launched with a big-name guest – Seth Godin – and has featured a stacked resume of guests ever since.
But while the names are familiar, the stories you’ll hear on Creative Elements still feel new. That’s because Jay is taking a fresh approach and digging deeper into these creators’ stories, and not just their expertise.
Kelsey Chapman is ready to take you from dream to done.
She plays the role of personal cheerleader to an engaged audience of 100,000k followers, hosts The Radiant Podcast, and empowers and equips women through her Radiant Podcast, Dream To Done online mentorship program, and coming soon, her book “What They Taught Me: Recognizing The Mentors Who Will Take You From Dream To Done.”
Learn how Hannah Barg and Noa Fleischacker produce their narrative podcast Tight Lipped, a storytelling podcast about female chronic pain.
Podcast interviews are hugely popular, and a win/win for hosts, guests, and listeners. But what makes them so popular, and is interviewing the right strategy for you?
Today’s guest Angie Trueblood is a visibility strategist and the host of “Go Pitch Yourself.” She’s sent over 1,000 pitches (!!) mostly on behalf of her clients, so she’s an absolute pro when it comes to being a podcast guest, pitching hosts, and even being an interviewer as a host herself.
Choosing your podcast format will set the vibe of your show for listeners right from the start. But wait, what are we talking about here? What’s a podcast format anyway? Your podcast format explains how…