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In the meantime, here are a few recent podcast episodes we’d recommend:
Are you and a co-host ready to start podcasting? It’s one of my personal favorite podcast formats, but before you take the leap, you’ll want to make sure you’re both on the same page.
So in this episode, I’m thrilled to have my Book Smart co-host Em Hammel-Shaver join me to talk about our co-hosting experience and insights. It’s a fun one!
This episode is part of Wit & Wire’s 5-part spotlight series on podcast formats. Your podcast format explains how many voices are on your show, as well as their purpose.
In this episode, I’m kicking off the series with a solo episode to celebrate the Solo format. [Part 1 of 5.]
Tasha Booth is the founder and CEO of the Launch Guild, and the host of How She Did That. Tasha’s podcast is for Virtual Assistants, Online Business Managers, and Project Managers, so it’s fitting that today we’re going to talk about time-saving and batch working strategies for podcasters.
Is your podcast protected? In this episode, small-business lawyer (and podcaster!) Andrea Sager shares the right time to trademark and your three must-have podcasting contracts.
Anxiety coach turns podcast listener into coaching clients (Vikki Louise, F*CK Anxiety & Get Sh*t Done)
Vikki Louise (host of F*CK Anxiety & Get Sh*t Done) is a certified Life Coach who specializes in Anxiety and Procrastination. And through her short weekly podcasts, listeners get actionable tools to gain control of their mind and anxiety. In this episode, Vikki shares how podcasting has become one of the best ways she attracts new clients to her online coaching business, and why you shouldn’t shy away from promoting your coaching services on your podcast.
What’s the best podcast microphone for beginners? Here are our top microphones at any budget. Plus, learn the difference between condenser and dynamic microphones, and why I recommend USB microphones over XLR microphones for most beginners.