Podcaster Q&A: How to prepare solo episodes (Marisol Ibarra, Here Comes the Sun)
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Podcaster Q&A: How to prepare solo episodes (Marisol Ibarra, Here Comes the Sun)

Today I’m here with Marisol Ibarra, a Wit & Wire graduate and the host of Here Comes the Sun.

Marisol is a first-gen graduate and professional, and her podcast covers career development, money management, and wellness for fellow first-gens.

We’ll cover tips to prepare, script, and streamline production for both solo episodes and episodes of any format, but I think the most important question Marisol asks is, “How can I still make sure my solo episodes sound like me?”

How this niche podcast grew to 3.4 mil downloads and 2.3k reviews (Katrina Ubell, MD, Weight Loss for Busy Physicians)
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How this niche podcast grew to 3.4 mil downloads and 2.3k reviews (Katrina Ubell, MD, Weight Loss for Busy Physicians)

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.

How this True Crime podcast went viral with 200k downloads in 8 months (Jules Hannaford, Fool Me Twice)
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How this True Crime podcast went viral with 200k downloads in 8 months (Jules Hannaford, Fool Me Twice)

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.