podcasting tips & resources from melissa guller
Melissa is the queen of podcasting. Her podcast has been essential to me in my first year of building my online presence. I’ve learned so much and have seen so much growth in my own podcast by utilizing what she teaches. So thankful to have so much great content to glean from.
Melissa is authentic and genuinely wants to help her listeners have a successful podcast. She tells the truth about what is happening the podcast world and also give implementable tips. I appreciate that I really learn something new everything I listen.
Whether you’re new to the game or a veteran, Melissa brings to the table the most current and applicable insights.
I’m her student and she is genuine and engaging as well as extremely thorough and organized. If you’re trying to get starting with podcasting or even if you’re just curious about the industry make sure you listen to this podcast. In it, Melissa shares a wealth of valuable information to help you get started and succeed in your podcasting endeavors
Every time I listen to a new episode of Wit & Wire my brain feels tingly with new ways to improve my own podcast strategy. It really helps to hear Melissa interview other women who have been successful and have the chance to learn from those who are a few steps ahead. Love it!
Podcasting can be hard and intimidating. But with Wit and Wire episodes Melissa answer all your questions from what is the best format to creating the best workflows.
One of my favorite episodes is how to promote and grow your podcast.
Try typing in a question, a specific topic, or a guest’s name.
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.
I run on coffee and kind words. If you like the show, it would mean the world to me if you left a quick review.
Podcaster pro tip: reviews help podcasts in Apple’s algorithm. But more importantly, they signal to new listeners that our podcast is valuable, and in my eyes, that’s really why they’re important. So a huge thank you in advance!
podcast guest application
I’m always looking for podcast guests to join me on Wit & Wire.
Right now, I’m looking for marketing experts and online business experts who can offer strategies to help podcasters build their audiences and businesses through podcasting.
I’m also looking for stories behind the podcast: why did you start, and how has it had an impact on your life?