Being a great podcast guest isn't really much different than being a great person to have a conversation with. I guarantee that you are an expert on some topic. Maybe that's related to your career, a hobby, a personal experience, or your lifestyle. If you know more about at least one subject than a lot of people. That makes you an expert! So, bring your expertise to podcasting!!You've probably also thought I could speak on that subject, I should go on that podcast! How do I find podcasts to go on as a guest?This is why in this week's Leap of Fate Podcast we dive into how to be a great podcast guest. More goes into it than just speaking on the recording! How to use Podmatch, Facebook Groups, Reddit, and other sites to find podcasts to go onHow to prepare appropriatelyHow to tailor your message to the theme of the podcast that will resonate with the audience of that podcast How to captivate an audience Tyler Foley is back to help us with a bonus clip unreleased from the previous podcast 69 diving into his masterclass lessons for free!! Use this pod to learn best practices and get yourself out there on podcasts!Links:Tyler's WebsiteTyler's YouTube ChannelTyler's Facebook Group for Public Speaking!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/leapoffate)
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9 Effective Interviewee Tips On How To Be A Great Podcast Guest In Season 2, Episode 50 of the Boss Uncaged Podcast, S.A. Nine effective interviewee tips on how to be a great podcast guest. The goal is to motivate and focus on growth.
In this episode we discuss our future plans for MRC Studio (v4.0!). We also discuss the best tools for recording interviews remotely and give you some great time saving tips on post production. Enjoy!
I talk a lot about getting your message out there, and going on other people's podcasts is a great way to do this. But there are some things you can do to maximize your experience as a podcast guest. This week, I share seven ways to be a great podcast guest. I'm sharing my own experiences of hosting and being a guest on podcasts and giving you some things to think about the next time you are going on a podcast to create a game-changing experience for everybody involved. Get full show notes and more information here: https://entremd.com/145
If you want to discover anything about podcasts both as a podcaster or guest, the go to person is James Mulvany. He is a multiple business owner; Angel investor and for our interest, the founder of Matchmaker.fm In a world where many people are now launching their podcasts (yay!) there is also a great opportunity to be a guest on podcasts. In this fabulous episode, James shares many tips for being a great guest, from how to approach podcast hosts, to how you can add value to a podcast. Tips include: 1. If you are going on as a guest, let the host lead the questions. 2. Avoid going on JUST to promote your book/service/product. You are there to provide great content for the podcast 3. Offer to promote the podcast episode to your connections and on social media 4. When pitching be authentic. Try and build a pitch around actually genuinely what you can deliver to that person's podcast. Here is a transcript of the podcast to download. If you would like more information about James's services as a podcast expert here are his contact details. Podcast.co James's blog James's Youtube channel Sign up here. for the SuperStar Communicator Podcast Guest Tips Ebook
LowcoSports.com's Justin Jarrett and Wes Kerr get you up to speed on the latest local sports news from around the South Carolina Lowcountry every week on the LowcoSports Lowdown podcast. The season 3 debut includes news an analysis from the Dixie Youth Baseball World Series, how the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact high school sports in the area, former Lowco stars excelling in college and the pros, a new girls hoops star moving to Hilton Head Christian Academy, and what to expect this fall from area high school football and volleyball teams. Plus, two-time Lowco Volleyball Player of the Year Ady O'Grady stops by for the Lowco Sitdown.
Great Podcast with Pauli just a couple of days before he was announced as the incoming NSW Waratahs Forwards coach Fantastic insight into Coaching with Pauliasi as he talks through what he learned from his father, his time playing at St Josephs', playing alongside Wallabies like Phil Waugh and his journey to Head Coach at Eastern Suburbs. We dive into his coaching style, the importance of relationships and connection with players, the need for controlled quality communication and plenty of the art of coaching. Great podcast for aspiring coaches
The amazing Shaun Preece joins me on today's show, to show us how we can play The Echo Show on the Echo Show (or Dot). ---- Feedback, comments, demos pleas to ✉️ email@example.com
Last week I spoke to you about the three big "sins" of podcast coaching; the three red flags that you should look out for when hiring or working with a podcast coach. When it comes to coaching, there are inevitably the very bad ones, but there are also the very good ones, too. After I'd told you my views on how to spot the bad ones last week, Steph Fuccio asked me to do a "good list" - so here it is... my 3 signs of a great podcast coach. Plus a little bonus tip at the end, because "3" sounds better than "4", but I have 4. So... (If you do need help and can't quite afford a coach, the https://www.captivate.fm/product-releases/learn-how-to-grow-monetize-your-podcast-with-captivate-growth-labs/ (Captivate Podcast Growth Labs) will help if you're a Captivate podcaster, too.) I used to play a bit in the online business world. Well, actually, I https://www.captivate.fm (HAVE an online business). But it's podcasting software-as-a-service (SaaS). What I mean here is that I used to be around people who have online businesses but sell things that are a little less... developmental. You know the sort of thing: a course, masterminds and of course, coaching. It's a nice space to live in but it's hard to scale. Look at any online business person who sells those things: the smart ones diversify into other, more sustainable revenue channels and the more, erm, blinkered ones keep trying to "fill the funnel" of new clients OR up-selling to current clients (https://www.markasquith.com/the-podcast-accelerator/292/ (see last week) for more on that and why it can be bad for you). You know how to spot the red flags in podcast coaching, then, but how do you start to identify a good podcast coach? 1. This is what they DO. For some online business people, coaching is a way to support their income or bridge a financial gap. It's the lowest hanging fruit when it comes to making money because they already have the saleable knowledge and all they have to do is package that up into something that's clearly positioned, marketed and easily understood. By creating some content that then positions them as just enough of an expert, popping a lead magnet on their site ("How I Started My Podcast in Just 3 Minutes [My Exact Playbook!]", probably) and warming you up with some emails, they can make some sales. There's nothing wrong with that - it's how it works, after all. But as a podcaster, you don't want someone who uses coaching to bolster their revenue and keep themselves afloat enough to do the thing that they really want to do. No, you need a coach who does coaching for a living. Someone who lives, breathes and loves podcasting and who focuses on maintaining their knowledge and building quality, deep processes for their podcast coaching endeavours. Ask yourself, would you rather work with a podcasting expert who coaches, or a coaching expert who has decided to coach on podcasting because it's trendy? Looking for a coach who works with a well-developed client base, can show testimonials from that client base and who is willing to share contact details of a few key clients so that you can verify them is a superb place to start. If someone is doing anything as a side hustle, they can only dedicate so much time to it. That is ok in a lot of cases, but you need to know that from the outset. Maybe your coach only coaches part-time as they transition from employment to their own business but because of that, maybe they just focus on the launch phase of a podcast and not, for example, the growth phase. It's really important before you hire someone to ask for those testimonials, get a look at the work they've done and the successes that they've achieved, plus it's vital to gain an understanding of how much they put into a) their coaching business overall and b) each individual client in terms of time and deliverables. A good podcast...
Great Podcast with Jason Young- Marine & Army Veteran- Iraq veteran. He spend most of his time as an Embassy Guard in Guatemala and Kazakhstan. Jason bring a unique perspective to the MIL/Vet community. He was honest and shared hard facts and truths. Jason is the Owner/President/CEO of 3Up Metal Works they do custom metal fabrication. Please check them out https://www.3upmetalworks.com
How To Make $100,000+ By Being A GREAT Podcast Guest W/ Christine McAlister! #ArneGiske #CommunityandConversions The Community & Conversions Show aims to inspire people to live the life they want to live, via entrepreneurship. Arne's mission is to inspire, empower, and educate the next generation of business leaders through the power of storytelling and teaching through online courses. Wanna grow & monetize your audience? Check out Groupsforprofit.com/challenge
TJW101: Introduction to a Great Podcast. This course is offered at the same University where I received my honorary doctorate in Mario Kart. In this episode, Nathan and Mina predict where the breakout stars from Lille will go in the next few seasons. But only after we've had a thorough discussion on fedoras vs bucket hats and whether or not Wolverine could take Thanos. Lots of fun as per usual. Thank you for joining us on our journey to triple-digit episodes, we love and appreciate you all! Don't forget to share the show with someone you think would enjoy!
Dream jobs, let's talk about them. I don't know how many of you out there have your dream job, I hope most of you do, but my guess is that most of us do not and, worse, we don't even know what a dream job actually looks like. For me, I think it would be my dream job to be able to create great podcast content and assist others to be able to create the content they want to create and actually get paid for it! For Jeni Wren Stottrup, that is everyday life! Jeni runs Gritty Bird Podcasting, which helps people produce the podcasts that they want to produce, and also runs “The Podcaster's Forum” for aspiring mic-jockeys to connect, learn and share with one another. So, Jeni has MY dream job! Am I jealous? Yes! Would I hire her? Absolutely. We talk a great deal about podcasting, since we have both been doing it for a while, and Jeni gives great advice to those that are starting out, as well as those that have been doing it for a while. We also talk about her interesting life philosophy based on her family's background. This episode's sketch: “So What Your Saying Is…” For more episodes, information, and apply to be on the show, visit: http://sketchcomedypodcastshow.com SOCIAL MEDIA FACEBOOK: http://facebook.com/sketchcomedypodcastshow TWITTER: http://twitter.com/sketchcompod INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/sketchcompod SUBSCRIPTIONS & REVIEWS APPLE: http://bit.ly/SCPSitunes GOOGLE: http://bit.ly/SCPSgplay RSS: https://scps.fireside.fm/rss PODCHASER: https://www.podchaser.com/SketchComedyPodcastShow Sketch Comedy Podcast Show is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License. © Copyright 2021 Stuart Rice More About Jeni Jeni Wren Stottrup a podcast producer, speaker, editor, vocalist, content creator, educator and coach, owner of production company Gritty Birds Podcasting and membership platform, The Podcasters Forum. Podcasting since 2012 after putting out her 2013 EP North Star, Jeni produced Gritty Birds, a narrative music podcast on XRAY.FM, before launching her production brand Gritty Birds Podcasting. Since 2014, she has produced her own content and also has worked with hundreds of podcasters through workshops, private production clients, coaching and speaking. Jeni's special skills are in audio/visual tech, vocal coaching, narrative development, content develop, launches and systems and personal development. She also has worked in sponsorship and promotions through her years on music festival boards, in event production and B2B and retail audio sales. She is a regularly sought speaker and has spoken at She Podcasts Live, Podcasters Toolkit, Podcasters Summit, Podfest, Podcast Editors Conference, Indiepodcon, Blog and Video Con, and more. She has partnered on workshops with multiple organizations including Siren Nation and Portland Underground Grad School. Website: http://www.grittybirds.com YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/grittybirds Special Guest: Jeni Wren Stottrup | Audio Nerd Getting Gritty with Podcasts.
In today's episode, I sit down with my sister in law, Chevy Glassberg. We decided to tackle "nutrition in transition" because Chevy and her husband and beautiful family are moving to Israel very soon. We will miss them so much but are so incredibly happy for them and proud of them for taking this step. We are all in transition right now, transitioning from school life to camp life, from spring to summer and it's always important to have a self care plan in place! From Chevy: "Chevy Glassberg, sister in law extraordinaire. Mom, wife , homemaker , registered nurse , with a love for a good side hustle and a great podcast listen. Iyh Making Aliyah this summer with my beautiful family- dealing with all the emotional and logistical roller coasters associated. I browse Instagram often but don't look for me there as I don't think I have one post to my name . But always welcome feedback, questions and compliments and can channel them through my lovely, brilliant and inspiring sister in law - Gila :)" If you are ready to make peace with food and never say diet again, check out my website www.gilaglassberg.com and apply for a free 20 minute clarity call. I look forward to hearing from you! https://gilaglassberg.com/scheduling/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/gila-glassberg/support
Forming a successful partnership in business might be the most powerful, yet, most challenging things to do right. This goes beyond simply linking to each others business or handing over the occasional customer referral. I’m talking about two (or more) partners both handling responsibilities and working towards a shared goal for the overall mission. Tara Claeys, founder of Design TLC, has a certain knack for this stuff. She co-hosted the WordPress podcast Hallway Tracks along side Liam Dempsey and is now laying down the roots with a new partner in podcasting, Aubrey Bursch. So I think it goes a little something like this: Aubrey invests her knowledge and experience with Easy School Marketing into the podcast content, while Tara flexes her strengths in design, compassion and years of podcast experience. Together they host Mindful School Marketing, The Go-To Podcast for Independent School Professionals. 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Add on that search wp.com. Thanks for supporting the show. [00:01:49] Forming a successful partnership in business might be the most powerful, yet most challenging things to do. Right. That’s probably an understatement of the year. This goes beyond simply linking to each other’s businesses or handing over the occasional customer referral. I’m talking about two or more partners, both handling responsibilities and working towards a shared goal for the overall mission. [00:02:10] Tara clays, founder of design TLC has a certain knack for this stuff. She co-hosted the WordPress podcast hallway tracks alongside Liam Dempsey, and is now laying down roots with a new partner in podcasting, Aubrey Birch. So I think it goes a little, something like this. Aubrey invests her knowledge and experience with easy school marketing into the podcast content while Tara flexes her strengths and design compassion, and years of podcast experience. Together. They host mindful school marketing, the go-to podcast for independent school professionals. [00:02:40]You’re listening to the Matt report, a podcast for the resilient digital business builder. Subscribe to the newsletter at maryport.com/subscribe and follow the podcast on apple or Spotify or wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts better yet. Please share this episode on social media. We’d love more listeners around here. [00:02:56] Okay. Let’s talk to tara and aubrey and why they started this [00:03:00] crazy podcasting thing that they [00:03:02] Tara: [00:03:02] First of all. Thanks for that. Nice mention and hallway chats is really a labor of love that Liam Dempsey and I did for three years. And I think that was it a great experience for us and introduced me to podcasting and it was a complete community donation, there was no business development involved with it at all. [00:03:21] And so, and we loved it and I continue to love it. But As time went on during that three-year period of time, I started niching down my own WordPress agency to do work for mainly schools and nonprofits. And as part of that process reached out and met other people in the school, community, marketing community, Adria among them. [00:03:38] And she and I have been in a mastermind for over a year now. And so we struck up a good friendship and also collaboration, our services sort of overlap. And so the long answer is that we in that. In that relationship that we built as hallway chats was sort of winding down. I really didn’t even miss a beat before reaching out and seeing if Abby would like to do a podcast that that was directed toward our, our common target audience, but also that we could have fun doing as well. [00:04:12]So there is a business development aspect of this for us, as well as a community aspect as well. [00:04:18]Matt: [00:04:18] The, yeah, you’ve obviously have a knack for finding. [00:04:25] Great co-hosts, which is not an easy feat in the podcasting world. It’s one that I have failed miserably at for about nine years as a podcast. It’s like just trying to find somebody who just wants to talk to me for an hour every week. What’s wrong with that. [00:04:39] Shouldn’t be that difficult. It’s very difficult. Aubrey, I’m going to pass the question over to you. Is this your first time into podcasting? And if so, how did you feel [00:04:49] joining [00:04:50] Aubrey: [00:04:50] And it’s been a blast. And I am so thankful every day that Tara actually asked me to do a podcast with her because I was thinking around February, 2020, I was like, I should launch it. Podcast. And I’m so glad I didn’t act on that first impulse because Tara’s kind of taken me under her wing and really like showed me everything that goes into, preparation for a podcast, execution, everything. [00:05:15] And it’s just been a great learning process for me. And also Tara? [00:05:19] is one of the most generous, amazing. Like solid people you’re you’ve ever met. I, as you probably know, Matt. And so we just kind of hit it off in terms of, understanding each episode and what our flow was with the episode. [00:05:34] And so we jumped right in and she’s been just such a great guide and such a great co-host. I couldn’t have asked for a better one and I’m so grateful for the opportunity for sure. [00:05:45]Matt: [00:05:45] I’m looking at the website right now. Mindful school marketing.com seven episodes in you probably have a couple others you haven’t finished and uploaded yet. Has there been one major surprise to you Audrey about this whole podcasting thing, [00:06:00] something more challenging or more exciting than you [00:06:03]Aubrey: [00:06:03] Well, I would say the challenging [00:06:04] thing is I guess when you have a co-host and it’s not a challenge, it’s more like putting together the pieces, right? Like we’ll be talking and we’ll be typing in the chat. Sometimes we’ll be like, oh, like, okay, this is conversation is going. Do you want to ask the next question? [00:06:17] Or should I, and so that I had never, I’ve never, Co-hosted or co interviewed anyone. So that was, I don’t want to say it was a challenge, but it was like a new experience. And just what was it challenging and rewarding? I would say this whole, just the people we meet, it’s just amazing, like the, the little hidden gems that they sprinkle throughout their conversation. [00:06:37] I just feel like, my bookshelf has grown tremendously because we always ask like a question about like, what’s your favorite book? Or like, what book would you Recommend for the high school curriculum or something like that. And we are getting some great books in there and like, there’s, what is it? [00:06:52] The anglers fly fishing, person we add on. That’s just fantastic stuff. Things come up like really good conversations that, in this busy life that we live, it’s so rare to kind of dive deep in like center and focus on, on someone for like 30 or 40 minutes. So it’s been fantastic. [00:07:08]Matt: [00:07:08] I feel like just picture like a smoke-filled bar and me and Tara, just sitting at the bar with our whiskies going, oh, she’s got, oh, that’s what she thinks right now until, until we’re on like episode 20. And, and then Arby’s. The whole demeanor changes about podcasting. This sucks. Why didn’t you tell me to do this, that’s exactly what we’ll hear in about three months, but Hey, everything’s great right now. [00:07:30] Tara, how much of your. Of doing the hallway chats and, and marketing and everything you’ve done up until this point in your career. Did you, how did you funnel into, I’m going to read the byline of the podcast right now, the go-to podcast for independent school professionals. [00:07:45] There’s no messing around. We know what this is about. How did you come to this and what are some tips for people who are struggling to get a premise [00:07:54] Tara: [00:07:54] well, I think there are a [00:07:55] couple of things. Aubrey has a great personality. She’s got so much energy that I think it’s really easy to work with her and to have a team that way. So thinking about going to your question about, choosing co-hosts and Liam and I had a similar kind of, we each covered the basis, I think. [00:08:10] For this podcast, positioning ourselves that way. One of the things that we thought about a lot was the fact that there were really no other women in this space doing a podcast. And that a lot of the people that, that do these jobs, these marketing jobs within schools, private schools, independent schools are women. [00:08:28]So we saw an opportunity there to bring a sensibility that we have as moms, as women entrepreneurs, as women in general too. Should this space. So I think that sets us apart from there. Aren’t that many, to be honest, like enrollment related podcasts for schools like this. So, there was an opportunity there, but I think what we wanted to do was to, to feed our own sensibility that we learned about each other during the, our mastermind. [00:08:56]As we’ve gotten to know each other, is that. We’re both super [00:09:00] interested in. Self-improvement like, we both love all the books about that. Oh, we’re we just are. Really can’t get enough of that kind of thinking , and to have that mindset and apply it to any job, you can, this podcast could be the, anything mindful school marketing podcast, really, because it is about, I there are specific things, certainly that we. [00:09:21] Talk about that are related to challenges that schools face, but in general, to do a good job at anything, you have to be mindful about it. And so it’s been really fun for us to talk to people who, who deal with that. People who work with different personality assessments and continuous learning and self-improvement type stuff. [00:09:43] And it also has helped us. I think we identify. The roles that we play in this podcast partnership based on those types of personalities. So it’s a really, well-rounded I think conversation that we have in general on the podcast. And that’s what I think makes it a go-to podcast is that it’s not one, it’s not one week after another, about Facebook ads and marketing funnels and stuff like that. [00:10:05] It’s it really, we touch on those things, but we also bring into it lifestyle stuff, which is really [00:10:10] great. I think. [00:10:12] Matt: [00:10:12] is this a fair statement? In the WordPress space? And RB, I’m not sure how much you know about WordPress podcasts, but there are many, there are many, sometimes too many, sometimes not enough, but there’s like probably 20, at least reoccurring WordPress podcasts and as exciting and as large as the WordPress market is. [00:10:34]Folks like Tara and I, there’s very few of us who actually care so much about the inside baseball of WordPress to do a podcast. And that is to say that a lot of folks show up on Tara’s old podcast, my podcast, other podcasts, it’s the same person doing the same, routine and there’s nothing wrong with it. [00:10:51] It’s just that the listener, the audience says. I heard her story on this other podcast. I’ll skip this episode or I heard his thing over there. I’m going to skip this episode. Do you feel a little bit of that? Not to put words in your mouth, Tara, this is a long way of getting it. Do you feel like that’s alleviated when you’re doing a podcast like this? [00:11:10] Because it’s so concrete, it’s so precise versus the [00:11:14] hallway chats. [00:11:14]Tara: [00:11:14] I would say what hallway chats was designed to absolutely. Get around that. So we talked to people who didn’t share their story before in this case, I think because we’re not talking to people who are only in that space. We the people who are listening to our show, maybe haven’t heard that story before, because they’re not familiar with that person. [00:11:35] So, in WordPress, there are the WordPress people who, people, the stories who we’ve heard and who are super smart and have great things to share on podcasts. But if you brought in somebody from Squarespace or, some other kind of web world, they would. They may be famous in their world or popular or well-known, but they’re coming into a new environment. [00:11:55] So I kind of see that. I don’t know ABI [00:11:57] if you agree, but we’re not just talking to [00:11:59] people in the [00:11:59] school [00:12:00] [00:11:59] Aubrey: [00:11:59] yeah, I would absolutely agree. I think that’s what makes it really interesting. And I think valuable for people listening are independent school market because they are used to hearing from the same people over and over in the space and by Making our podcast about so much more than just, delivering the hardcore marketing behind and for independent schools, I think that’s really opened the doors to some very interesting conversations and some unique guests that our audience would not hear from [00:12:27] otherwise. [00:12:28]Matt: [00:12:28] Aubrey on the marketing side, pass the questions back to you on the marketing side. Is there anything that you’re doing on a. Or how you think or how you approach or how you edit the show on either a per episode base or just podcasts from a 50,000 foot view. Anything you’re doing specifically on marketing to make sure that I hate to say the word return on investment, because a lot of people in the podcasting space get caught up in that three letter acronym, but is there anything you’re doing hyper-specific on the marketing side to say every episode that goes out is a chance for us [00:12:59] to get [00:13:00]Aubrey: [00:13:00] And please tear, add to this. I would say it’s a lot about brand awareness for us at this point. And we’ve strategically made sure that? we’re sending to an email list. We share it on our email lists. We have our guests share the podcast on their platforms. We use it at least I use it as an entry way also to other speaking engagements too, because it adds to your credibility in the space. [00:13:22] Immediately. Oh, you have a podcast. It’s a great conversation starter too. So, we’ve definitely utilized obviously the social platforms to promote it. And then some of our colleagues have shared it on their lists too, which they have quite large lists. So it’s really been quite easy. I would say to promote at this point just naturally using using the resources we already have. [00:13:44]Matt: [00:13:44] Yeah, my full-time job is at a podcast hosting company and fielding questions from, beginner, podcasters and veteran podcasters alike. And a lot of the questions are around monetization advertisement, sponsorship. How many downloads do I need before Coca-Cola knocks on the door and says, we want to sponsor your podcast. [00:14:01] It’s like, well, get in line with the rest of us. So you’re either going to do direct sales or you’re going to find a creative way to do it. What people often forget is the relationships that you build in the random opportunities that show up because you have a podcast. I can’t even account how many dollars that has added up for me over, eight or nine years as a podcast, or it’s tremendous, very hard to measure, very hard to rely on, but it happens. [00:14:31] It’s almost like if you. Yeah. Like you can do a podcast and nobody can listen, but they just know you do a podcast. And they’re like, oh yes, they’re putting in the work over there. But if you ever stopped doing a podcast, they’d be like, oh, they gave up, oh, why do they give up? Just the mere fact that you do a podcast heightens your investment in. [00:14:50] Tara: [00:14:50] Yeah, that’s an interesting point. Actually, when you say that I’m thinking about it because our podcast is relatively new. We launched with four episodes and we’ve had, about, we’re doing two per month. So yeah. When we [00:15:00] look at the download numbers, it, they’re not huge at this point. And so if you focus only on the download numbers, I think then you’re, it’s going to be harder to translate that to that return on investment. [00:15:11] But what you’ve described, what ABI was talking about, just the, the authority that it brings to each of us and to us as a team is I think not measurable, but really, really helpful. And that’s probably right now at this phase in our. Podcasting career is, is the key. And then once that grows and then the downloads, I think will follow because people will know more about us. [00:15:33] So, and we haven’t delved into sponsorship yet, but that’s on our list. That’s something I don’t have experience with because we didn’t do that on holiday chat. So [00:15:40] I’ll be reaching out to you, Matt, for help when we get to that point. [00:15:44] Matt: [00:15:44] Yeah, well, this is an, it’s an interesting segue, cause I literally have your sponsorship page in front of me. Cause I wanted to talk about this. It’s sponsored by of course the both of you. So you have easy school marketing and design TLC, but this is very interesting because I’m interested to know how you balance and I know you. [00:16:01] I know you’re obviously both not shouldering to have the best call to action up in front of everybody every time. Like it’s my turn this week, or maybe you do a interested to learn like design TLC has a special offer. Take our free website test, right? So you can click and get that. Or easy school marketing has joined our free virtual monthly school leaders, power hour meetups, two vastly different sort of call to actions and values split amongst two. [00:16:26] Co-hosts kind of interesting. Have you seen some good. Return on. I know it’s young, still seven episodes in, but it’s an interesting way to think about it. How did you think about it? And will you go to the [00:16:38] paid sponsorships? [00:16:39] Tara: [00:16:39] Do you want me to answer that Aubrey? So I built the website and we did is, did a sponsorship page. And so it was really, to be completely blunt, it was the natural way to put content on that page was to have us each put our own information because right now, yes, we are funding it and producing it. [00:16:55] And so we are the sponsors of it. We’re not driving traffic to that page. I think. Once we have a little bit more time and downloads under our belt, then the plan is to go to some authoritative companies within the school marketing space and, and, and share some sponsorship package ideas with them. But we are not quite there yet. [00:17:19] And I think That’s something that we need to think about and plan, I always had this issue with, with hallway chats or issue concern. I want to make sure that any sponsorships, I see them also as endorsements. And so, I think you have to be particular about that. And especially in these times that you’re choosing companies that you feel good about having involved this year podcast. [00:17:43] So that’s, that’s a key element [00:17:44]Matt: [00:17:44] When I booked on your calendar, it was like three months out or something like that. You had, you have a pretty good pipeline already of shows. Do you feel like you’re already getting booked too far out ahead? [00:17:55] Aubrey: [00:17:55] Think we’re in the sweet spot [00:17:57] right now. The w w what we did was we [00:18:00] actually intentionally batched as many episodes as possible, and the first couple of months it was a whirlwind, but actually it was really good. And I think good practice for me being new to podcasting. To do that. [00:18:12]And we strategically set the episodes to go the more timely ones, obviously we’ll go before the ones that are more timeless. So I think we’re set and we’re set for the summer, which I think was key to both of us who are looking for work-life balance which we talk about on our show. So we’re living it too. [00:18:30]And then we have a funnel for potential guests that we want to have on. Moving forward into the fall, like, and we’ll start reaching out to them and then creating another batch wave. I think that’s key for us. My schedule is incredibly busy. I know Tara’s is due. So it’s, it’s really planning strategically and then making sure we have the right people in line next. [00:18:50]Matt: [00:18:50] Aubrey as the marketer in you, or does the marketer in you scream to say, look, I got all this content now. Like I can do clips. I can do Instagram posts. I can do top 10 episodes. Like there’s all these things I can do. Is that starting? Are you starting to get the itch for that already? As, as you start to plan and plot going into the fall [00:19:09] Aubrey: [00:19:09] I talk to my clients about all the time. I think we have to look at our bandwidth, and what’s realistic. So what can we do given the time and the energy and the resources that we currently have, and then figuring out strategically. Okay. Obviously I would love to do all those things, man. [00:19:24] I’m a creative by nature and I’m a marketer and terrible tell you I’ll throw a million ideas to Sunday, right? So it’s picking and choosing which ones to use and then, putting those into practice because we can all try to be perfectionist and try to create the perfect podcast plan with the top 10 list and everything like that. [00:19:43] But that’s, it’s just not. It’s not going to be executed well, and it’s either going to burn us out and then we’re going to lose the joy for what we’re doing. So I think that’s the key and that’s how the mindset I’m going into it with. And Tara, please feel free to chime in, but I think that’s really important. [00:20:00] It’s like we’re doing it and we love doing it. And so we want to keep looking, do we want to keep, keep loving doing it? And so, we’re, we have to just be strategic about where our time and energy goes and what, and how we’re going to market, how we’re going to market it. [00:20:14]Matt: [00:20:14] is there an inverse there where the, where. I remember when I, the reason why I started well, the podcasts that we’re talking on today was to try to find a way to grow my, at the time WordPress agency, that I was running day to day. And I use the episodes as leverage in, in sales, not. You’re not a known agency, didn’t have any real brands or logos in the portfolio of recognition. [00:20:37] So the only leverage I had was, Hey, check out these at the time, whatever 50 or 60 episodes, that was an iTunes. If you like what I’m talking about there, maybe we’ll, we should be pretty good for doing business. Have you seen it the other way around where you’re now leveraging this podcast for the business in, in specifically in sales opportunities for people to get to know you a little bit better? [00:20:57] Tara: [00:20:57] Yeah, I think we talked about before this whole [00:21:00] idea of authority and, our tagline is the go-to podcast and there’s a great book called be the go-to that I’ve been reading, as I explored diving into this, this vertical of schools and how to, how’d you approach that it’s a very, it’s a very small market, I think relative, relatively, so becoming known in it. [00:21:21] Requires putting your name out there and in a certain number of ways, speaking at conferences well, COVID, kind of has put the kibosh on that. And and so the podcast is a way. To build that authority. So I think I’m not sure if that’s answering your question, but I do an Abra does when, whenever we do presentations, we mentioned this podcast. [00:21:38] I mentioned it when I’m chatting with clients about about our services prospective clients. And then there are episodes also that have good pieces of information that I think are, are easy to share. As well with existing clients. And I will point them to this episode. This is a great tidbit that we heard about Facebook advertising, check it out, that type of thing. [00:21:59] So yeah, it’s, it’s multilevel something that will help our businesses grow. We hope right. And if not, we’re having fun and we’re sharing great information with people and meeting really cool people. So that’s, I think you have to have that perspective. We committed to a year of doing it and we’ll see what happens and, and [00:22:16] hopefully it’ll go on from there. [00:22:18]Matt: [00:22:18] Remember when you said you [00:22:19] Tara: [00:22:19] We did. Yeah. Each year, one at a time. [00:22:22] Well, like you said, you have to, like, if you can’t commit to a year, you’re you shouldn’t be doing it. So [00:22:27]Matt: [00:22:27] Let’s shift to the, to the business side of the businesses that, that you both run. And specifically in that, in the market of, let’s just say educate, and maybe I can’t bucket this in to this category, but education school, the school department, school systems. I remember when I sold a WordPress hosting for a company called Pagely primarily to higher education, like the sales process. Was like year and a half long, to just to get, Hey, we’ve got this idea. We want to switch hosting to a year and a half later, they finally made the switch. If I was lucky when I was selling websites at my agency, just local school systems, nothing major, but local school systems, same thing, huge long drawn out decision by committee process, I guess. [00:23:11] Rightfully so. Has COVID changed this at all for web and marketing, from what you both see in, in your respective spaces, are people moving a little bit faster or are they a little bit more open to being flexible or is it same thing? [00:23:24] Same day [00:23:25]Aubrey: [00:23:25] COVID change has changed many things in the educational space. Both public and private. And so. The clients that I work with, which are mostly private school heads of school for small and medium sized independent schools. It, I think this time period has, has opened their eyes to the necessity of marketing. [00:23:46]A lot of schools unlike businesses. Well, that’s not true. Some businesses are like this too, but haven’t really expanded their marketing dollars or marketing team. To meet the new needs of what marketing looks like [00:24:00] now. And with independent schools, what a lot of schools saw was that in spring 2020, They sell massive attrition. [00:24:06] And so there was a scrambling during that summer to really market hard. And then a lot of what happened was, some public schools went back virtual and so then the private school sector saw a swing in the opposite direction with enrollment. So I do think there’s, there’s been at least over the past two years, I’ve really seen schools more likely to embrace. [00:24:28] Marketing efforts. And to truly understand that they might have an admissions team of like two, but the marketing is like half a person. Who’s also the receptionist who does like 18 other things. Like they’re seeing the need to really grow, grow that and expand and use strategies that are not necessarily used traditionally in independent schools. [00:24:50]Tara: [00:24:50] Yeah, I would echo that and I work specifically on their websites, obviously. So, I’ve seen. I’ve seen people holding off and also refreshes and updates are tricky because all of the content that they have is from the past year, if they want to update their photos and stuff, all the kids have masks on. [00:25:08] And so how do you deal with that? You have to bring in people over the summer and do different Photo shoots and things like that. So I think schools are trying to balance the reality of the future with the present and the recent past in their communication strategy and in their messaging and their imagery and all of that type of thing too. [00:25:29] So, and, and because we work mostly with small private schools, it’s different than higher ed for sure. Way different. I’ve done a little bit with higher ed and yeah, that is a whole different ball game. One of the. One of the blessings. One of the things I love working with the organizations that I work with is that they are small. [00:25:47] So they actually can pivot really fast. And that really helps them during COVID because they were able to make really quick decisions. And they were the schools that were doing hybrid or doing in person. And so a lot of them had a really great year with enrollment because a lot of families wanted their kids in school. [00:26:04] it’s really makes it easier working with them because they can make those decisions. They don’t have to go through five levels, same way with a public school. Also, you have boards and, and, and just word of education and all of that to go through. So, so they’re nimble, which [00:26:17] is nice. [00:26:18]Matt: [00:26:18] I had some friends that I have young children. They’re not, my oldest will be going into kindergarten this year. But I had some friends that have their kids are older, but they’re in private school like elementary level private school. And they were in, they were in class, I think probably like 90%. [00:26:36] Throughout like this whole COVID thing. Whereas the flip side is like all my friends who have kids in private, in public schools, everybody was home losing their minds, trying to balance this and then the hybrid stuff. And that was, and the thing, luckily I avoided that I think going into the fall, I don’t think I’ll be dealing with that for like a kindergarten level. [00:26:58]But it’s amazing how things like [00:27:00] this. I don’t really have a question here. It’s more of just like a. Noticing this it’s amazing how COVID shook up things that you’d never expect till it, for it to unearth like, like private schools, right? You might all of a sudden find more private schools coming online. [00:27:16] Because of what just happened, where maybe it was reserved for high income, communities. Now you might have somebody like, Hey, it makes sense now to put my kids in private school, because it’s just a different level of service with air quotes in the air. If you’re not watching this, it’s amazing what COVID did to shake up all these different impact, these different industries, [00:27:36] education [00:27:37] Tara: [00:27:37] yeah, for sure. Yep. And also doing more online stuff too. I have some clients that do after-school programming and so they had to completely pivot to offer online learning, offer cooking classes, online, developing whole curriculum. In a totally different way than they were used to doing with videos and all that type of thing. [00:27:56] So pivoting has been a key word and in the past year, and it’s been, it’s been exciting to see some of these smaller businesses organizations accomplish that pretty smoothly. [00:28:08] Yeah. [00:28:10] Matt: [00:28:10] I assume you’re still using WordPress. Aubrey, are you a diehard WordPress [00:28:15] Aubrey: [00:28:15] but I always send all my WordPress questions to Tara. [00:28:18]That’s pretty much it. I my website platform is don’t. I feel like uttering, these words might, hate mail might come my way, but like right now, my platforms on Kajabi, just because I started building out online courses on the backend, but I am not selling Kajabi, nor am I. [00:28:34] Saying that’s your go-to WordPress is much more functional and you can do all sorts [00:28:38] of cool stuff with it. [00:28:41] Tara: [00:28:41] I’ve trained her very well. You can see. [00:28:43] Matt: [00:28:43] I was just about to say that sounds like Tara speaking right through her. [00:28:47] Tara: [00:28:47] Yeah. Yeah. [00:28:49] Matt: [00:28:49] so you haven’t, so you haven’t convinced Aubrey to switch to like lifter LMS and build all her [00:28:54] Tara: [00:28:54] no, her website’s great. And I think, I actually am looking into Kajabi a little bit just to understand what it does, because I think it is a good resource. WordPress is not for everybody and for everything. And I think we learned that more and more now. And so a lot of times. Third-party platforms that are built for a specific purpose, like membership or online courses. [00:29:14], it’s a lot easier. It’s a lot more user-friendly and they don’t have the maintenance to have to deal with. So yeah, I think that’s fine at WordPress is a great solution for the target audience that we serve. And there are a lot of small schools who use WordPress. There are some third-party CMS is out there that that do. [00:29:35] A really great job and they’re really, really expensive. So, some schools use Wix, some use Squarespace. Most of them use the third party system or WordPress. So there is, there is definitely a good opportunity there to, to help schools with [00:29:49] their WordPress websites. Yeah, [00:29:52] Matt: [00:29:52] it’s always interesting to see WordPress users, heads explode when they’re like somebody pays for a CMS. Well, yet, because it works and it [00:30:00] works well. And then that’s what they need at the end of the day. It’s, it’s, it’s amazing. I’ve been interviewing a lot more folks on no-code platforms, bubble web flow. [00:30:09] And there’s another one that’s escaping escaping me right now that is very popular, but that community loves the tools that just empower them to get the job done. And they’re happy to just give up that ownership side of the code to just [00:30:27] have it work and do the [00:30:29] thing that they’re paying for it to [00:30:30] Tara: [00:30:30] I just, yeah, I just talked to a PTA president this morning, whose website I’ve been managing for a while and they had a parent redesign it and. So the licenses are all out of, they’re not on the site anymore and I’m trying to manage it and it’s just kind of a headache. And when you have organizations like a PTA that you have transition in leadership, and then you have loss of information and continuity, something like WordPress. [00:30:54] If you don’t have a con a con. Continuous person managing it like an agency, then you can really be in trouble because all that information gets lost. Whereas if you put it on Squarespace or something like that, sorry to mention that. But I think Squarespace has a great, it serves a great need. You don’t have any of that. [00:31:11] It’s all there. It’s all. Or some or Kajabi or whatever. You don’t have any of that. Plugins to maintain and licenses to update and all that kind of stuff. So there definitely are use cases where WordPress is not the best solution. And I’m the first person to say that as much as I love [00:31:26] WordPress [00:31:26]Matt: [00:31:26] mindful school marketing.com mindful school marketing.com. Get the podcast where everywhere, right? What else? What else can people say? Thanks. Where else can people go to say thanks for joining us on the show today. [00:31:38]Tara: [00:31:38] I’m Tara clays on Twitter. I am a LinkedIn and design tlc.com [00:31:44] is [00:31:44] Aubrey: [00:31:44] Great. 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On the show today, I want to give you a few podcast examples that will help you in various areas of your show. These are podcasts that I feel do many things well that you can model. We will also talk about a few of my past episodes. After over 330 podcast episodes, you and I have discussed quite a few topics. I looked at my stats the other day and pulled up my 6 most popular shows. If you are looking for the episodes that have had the most impact, you can give these a listen to help you on your podcast journey as well. You can find a link to all of these podcasts in the show notes at www.PodcastTalentCoach.com/examples. THE BEST Picking the best is always subjective. What I like you may not. That's the great thing about podcasting. If you don't like one host or show, you can probably find a dozen other shows on the same subject. The quality of podcast examples depends on the niche and your tastes. Just like radio formats. One size definitely does NOT fit all. I will give you a few that I feel do well in particular areas. You can take a listen and decide for yourself. INTERVIEWS In terms of hosts that conduct solid interviewers, there are three that I really like. Malcolm Gladwell on Broken Record does great interviews, though he isn't the only host of the show. The show is sort of album liner notes come to life. Broken Record brings you conversations with artists in a world without liner notes for a new audience of music lovers. Michael O'Neal on the Solopreneur Hour podcast is a great interviewer. He creates real conversations. They can sometimes be a bit long. Solopreneur Hour is a podcast of lively conversations, candid insights and bold advice for proudly unemployable people who are primed for real prosperity and fulfillment. Michael talks with the best and brightest solopreneurs from all walks of life. Barbara Corcoran has a lot of fun with her inteviews on Business Unusual. You know Barbara from Shark Tank. She reminds me of my mom and has tons of fun. I really like the older episodes before COVID hit. Her conversations with listeners were a lot more engaging. In the description, Barbara says, "Life is too short to waste your time practicing someone else's fancy theory on success. I give you the straight talk and the confidence to get there." Though I'm not a big fan, Howard Stern does amazing interviews. He usually asks exactly what the listener is thinking. CO-HOSTS When it comes to co-hosts, you need to ensure hosts have different personalities and opinions. If both are the same, one of them isn't necessary. Matthew and Elysha Dicks host Speak Up Storytelling podcast. This is a great example of co-hosts who compliment each other quite well. Unlike most storytelling podcasts, which offer you one or more outstanding stories to listen to and enjoy, this podcast seeks to entertain while also providing some specific, actionable lessons on storytelling. Screw The Nine To Five podcast is hosted by husband and wife team of Jill and Josh Stanton. They are real, sometime brash and always funny. This is a great example of two personalities really playing off each other. They have the same goal, but different approaches. BUSINESS Shane Sams on the Flipped Lifestyle podcast does a great job at giving you ideas you can actually use. This isn't just tips and tricks found on the internet. Shane has done it. The thing I love about Shane's podcast is that he promotes his membership site and courses without being over-the-top salesy. This is a great example of using your show to drive your business without being a total infomercial. Marc Mawhinney hosts the Natural Born Coaches podcast. He helps coaches. Pretty obvious. Love the title. Marc uses his podcast to boost his JV relationships. He is typically interviewing experts in the online space. They provide great information. At the end of most episodes, they invite you to a webinar. This is a great example of leveraging interviews to drive revenue. SOLO One of the best solo shows I listen to is 48 Days To The Work You Love with Dan Miller. Dan spends 48 minutes every week answering questions. He is engaging and captivating having a conversation directly with you while doing it all on his own. Dave Jackson over at School of Podcasting also does a solid solo show. Carrying a show by yourself and connecting with the listener isn't easy. Dave does it every week. If you're looking for another great show about podcasting, check out Dave. Let's get into the six most popular episodes of Podcast Talent Coach. YOUR VOICE The first is Like Your Voice – PTC223. "I hate the way I sound." I hear that complaint quite often. Many people do not like the sound of their own voice. It is quite common. It is also quite natural to dislike the sound of you own voice when hearing a recorded version of it. When you talk, the bones in your head vibrate adding to the qualities you naturally hear. When you hear a recording of your voice, those vibrations are absent causing your voice to sound different to you. The natural bone vibrations also make you do some unnecessary acrobatics with your voice when using headphones. The bone vibrations combined with the enclosed nature of your headphones cause you to hear the big announcer voice in a much different way the listener hears it. You tend to speak in ways you don't normally speak in everyday conversation. The thing we fear most is not death but humiliation. Listeners can tell in the first few words if you are excited and in the zone. Your inner critic never congratulates you. There are seven steps you can take to make your voice sound more natural and get you on the path to enjoying the sound of your voice. You will discover all seven in this episode. DOWNLOADS The next is How To Increase Your Downloads – PTC209. Most of us want to grow our audience, increase downloads and become more influential in our niche. I recently conducted a survey asking about your biggest challenges with regard to your podcast. The most frequent response revolved around ways to increase podcast downloads. If you were to list your top three struggles with your show, would one hurdle you list be getting more listeners and engagement? When podcasters reach out to me for their free strategy session, I ask them how I might help with their podcast. Promoting the show, gaining listeners and increasing podcast downloads is most always part of the answer. You are not alone. We all want a bigger audience. Whether you have 100 listeners or 10,000 listeners, I'm sure you would like a few more. There are 6 steps to growing your audience. You can hear it in episode 209. YOU'RE AN EXPERT Next is 3 Ways To Position Yourself As An Expert – PTC227. Once when I was grabbing a quick bite to eat at the local fast food restaurant, I was reminded we are all an expert at something to someone. After ordering my food, I pulled up to the drive thru window of the fast food restaurant to pay. My total came to $4.38. I handed the kid in the window $5.38. The amount completely puzzled him. He looked at the currency for quite some time. I was beginning to think he didn't realize I needed change. After what seemed like two minutes, he looked around for his manager. When he realized his manager was helping another customer, he looked back at the money trying to devise a plan B. The kid finally stuck his head into the window and asked, "Are you good at math?" I said, "The total was $4.38, right?" He replied with, "Yeah." I said, "You owe me a dollar." "Oh, that's what I thought," he replied with relief as he ducked to the register to retrieve my dollar. At that point, I realized we are all an expert to somebody. Even people who do not normally deal in American currency could probably guess that $5.38 minus $4.38 equals $1. To this kid, I looked like a genius. You may not feel you are an expert in your niche, because you don't have the experience or success equal to others. Just realize you have more experience than the beginner. You are always a few steps ahead of someone else. If you think about where you were two years ago, you are much more experienced than a person in that position now. Help those folks make the two-year journey to get to the point where you are now. There are 3 Ways To Become An Expert In Your field. We discuss them in episode 227. LAUNCH The next episode is What Do You Need To Start A Podcast – PTC248. It seems so overwhelming. Launching a podcast looks so technical and confusing. What do you need to start a podcast? It really is much easier than it appears. You can truly have a show up and running in four weeks. When I was launching my podcast, I had been in radio for a couple decades. I knew how to create a great show. What I didn't know was how to get it on the internet, on Apple Podcasts and out to the world. I knew how to create an .mp3, but how do I make that .mp3 an actual podcast? I watched a ton of YouTube videos. It felt like the more I watched, the more confused I became. It seemed everyone had their opinions without a real "right" answer. I had almost too many options. Which were the best? In episode 248, we cover the six easy steps to follow to get your podcast up and running. Don't overthink it. Done is much better than working for perfection. ATTENTION The next most popular episode of Podcast Talent Coach is How To Capture Attention – PTC219. Have you noticed a lot of the business interview podcasts sound the same? We are hearing the same guests answer the same questions time and time again. How do you become unique in this sea of sameness? Storytelling can transform your podcast. I was on a coaching call with Arman the other day. He is a great public speaker who is launching a podcast to compliment his business. Arman has a knack for telling stories in his speeches. His past life experiences create compelling tales. We were discussing the power of stories in his show. There is a subtle difference between telling stories in a speech and telling stories in a podcast. During a speech, few people will get up and leave if you don't hold their attention. While listening to a podcast, if you are captivating, there is a good chance your listener will go find something else to enjoy. There is no guilt in turning you off. Therefore, you need to capture their attention right out of the box and hold it. Stories can be a powerful tool with your podcast. People do business with people they know, like and trust. Stories help you develop that knowledge, likability and trust. Your stories define you and will touch many more people. The stories you tell and the details you include reveal many things about you. That begins to develop that like and trust. Stories help you connect, motivate and inspire. There are four parts to the storytelling structure. We cover those in episode 219. COACHING The episode that was the most popular for the longest time is Behind The Scenes Of A Podcast Coaching Session – PTC204. Dave Jackson and I reviewed the Jeep Talk Show on the Podcast Review Show. Tony Muckleroy, one of the hosts of the show, reached out to me for a follow up review. On this episode, I take you behind the scenes of that coaching session to show you how things work. It is my hope there are a few things in this session that might help you improve your show. Tony hosts the Jeep Talk Show with his two co-hosts Josh and Tammy. They started the podcast about 8 years ago. The primary reason Tony reached out for coaching is audience growth. Their show has plateaued around 1,700 downloads a month. Tony is hoping to discover how they might increase their audience and grow the show. During our coaching session, Tony and I discuss the points Dave Jackson and I made on the Podcast Review Show, the progress the hosts have made toward those points and where they might go from here. Jeep Talk Show has some passionate followers. The team posted our coaching session as an episode of their podcast. It is Tony's hope that sharing the session with his audience might get listeners to provide the show with additional feedback. This episode features the coaching session with Tony and his show. It was episode 204. LISTEN There you go. 15 different episodes that you can check out and use to overcome some of your struggles. If you don't have a mentor who can take your hand and walk you every step of the way, go to www.PodcastTalentCoach.com/apply, click the button and apply to have a chat with me. We will develop your plan and see how I can help and support you to achieve your podcast goals.
There are many ways to create a great podcast, but in this episode, Harry Morton summarizes it in 8 easy and practical steps! He also highlights focusing on the tools that are interesting and which avenues should not be on the show. Tune in and get great value! WHAT TO LISTEN FOR What happens when you record a podcast with Zoom? The benefits of having a backup system Takeaways to make a mic sound better Quality of content vs. Trying to get big names for your podcast The importance of SEO in show notes, partnerships, and networking Hosting platforms and ad sponsors RESOURCES/LINKS MENTIONED Riverside.fm Transistor.fm Buzzsprout Audio HiJack ATR2100 ABOUT HARRY MORTON Harry Morton is the founder of Lower Street, a podcasting agency working with brands on next-level shows. CONNECT WITH HARRY MORTON Website: Lower Street: Podcast Production Services Twitter: @podcastharry CONNECT WITH US Thinking about creating and growing your own podcast but not sure where to start? Visit GrowYourShow.com and Schedule a call with Adam A. Adams! SPONSOR We want you to have the best tools at your disposal. Right now you can get a free list of vetted equipment such as microphones, mixers, webcams, and sound treatment editing software. Everything you need is created with direct purchase links to save you time and money and make your life easier. Go ahead and get yours at GrowYourShow.com/pdf
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Okay. Here’s the plan: Zack wants to steal the seven Batmobiles hidden in the Warner Bros. vaults beneath Mount Rushmore (just go with it). He’s looking to hire some professionals to help him accomplish this impossible mission. It’s up to Joel and Kent to each pick a team of characters from popular heist movies to fill traditional roles such as The Leader, The Hacker, The Driver & The Thief. Zack must then choose which group he’s going to go with. But watch out! There are a few hidden moles that could ruin Baconsale’s entire operation with their double-crossing. Press play to hear generic IMDb plot descriptions mixed with explosive action!
The Middle Tech Weekend Reading: our content, read aloud. This weekend, we're reading a blog in a podcast about how to be a good podcast written by the producer of a podcast? Make sense? Logan Jones' How to Be a Great Podcast Guest. Visit us at MiddleTechPod.com Twitter Instagram Facebook LinkedIn
Sometimes it’s important to understand your limits. Like setting a budget or knowing how much you can drink at a party before you end up naked and asking people for pony rides… sorry Grandma, your birthday was great! This episode’s guest, Douglas Noll, doesn’t look at limits the same way; he has figured out how to break all of the limits: physically, mentally and has perfected learning in what seems like a superhuman way. Doug Noll was a trial lawyer in California who was tenacious and sought-after all throughout the state. Hating the commute, Doug decided to learn how to fly just to get out of traffic-jams. Ed has been a part of bands and has recently taken up concert jazz. That’s right, took up jazz. For fun. Most recently, he has been a best-selling author and has created a program to help murderers in prison to become experts in diffusing violent situations. If that last sentence doesn’t boggle your mind, I don’t know what will. We talk about learning and how to do it properly, his time as a musician, some of his amazing trial lawyer stories, the time he almost died flying a plane, and then we talk a great deal about his de-escalation techniques and his work with inmates which is absolutely amazing. You can learn more about Doug and his programs at https://dougnoll.com This episode’s sketch: "You’re Good Enough. You’re Smart Enough… and Doggone It, The Force is With You!” For more episodes, information, and apply to be on the show, visit: http://sketchcomedypodcastshow.com SOCIAL MEDIA FACEBOOK: http://facebook.com/sketchcomedypodcastshow TWITTER: http://twitter.com/sketchcompod INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/sketchcompod SUBSCRIPTIONS & REVIEWS APPLE: http://bit.ly/SCPSitunes GOOGLE: http://bit.ly/SCPSgplay RSS: https://scps.fireside.fm/rss PODCHASER: https://www.podchaser.com/SketchComedyPodcastShow Sketch Comedy Podcast Show is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License. © Copyright 2021 Stuart Rice Special Guest: Doug Noll | Superhuman Learner Helping Murderers Become Peace-Keepers.
#UFC #Apex #Fightnight #NBA #NFL This podcast blanketed the weekend coverage of the UFC, NBA and the NFL draft. We started with the UFC and the main event between top contenders for the Light Heavyweight division. Dominick Reyes was coming off two title fights as he lost a close decision to Jon Jones and was knocked out by Jan Blachowicz. He was initially the favorite as he faced a relative newcomer Jiri Prochazka who had only one UFC fight prior to this match. This turned out to be the fight of the night and was a war that Prochazka ended with a spinning elbow KO with 31 seconds left in the second round. This win gives him the next title shot against the winner or Jan Blachowicz and Glover Texeria scheduled for UFC 266 in September. The card was fun to watch and also enjoyable to breakdown. The NBA is heading into its final weeks and the playoff picture is really taking shape. The top six teams in each conference will be waiting for the results of the play in tournament between places 7th through 10th place. With the playoffs just around the corner the games have taken on a level of importance and competiveness. We talked about some of the established stars and emerging talents from the association. The NFL was showcased this weekend as they held their annual draft and it provided all 32 organizations with immmediate help. With the NFL typically players can contribute and play almost immediately because they are drafted after four years of college and are men. The other sports the prospects are kids and they need time to develop. It was fun to watch and see these teams and young men converge and see their lives change in an instant. Please support our partners and sponsors and go to our website www.completesportsmedia.com You can find our latest podcasts and archived ones there. you can also find details about our sponsors and purchae products from them at reduced prices. Enjoy, Take care, Love yah, Bye for now!
I talk with Jody Avirgan in this bonus episode. Jody basically created ESPN's 30 for 30 serialized podcasts, and now host his own podcast while executive producing, among others, Death at the Wing, hosted by Academy Award Winner Adam McKay. Jody and I discuss the differences between a great "talk" podcast and a great narrative one. Our conversation occurs within The Salon, the private membership forum I run, of which Jody is a member. Salon membership is normally closed to newcomers, but I'm opening it for a brief window of time. If you'd like to join our community, head to paulkix.com/subscribe.
You'd have thought we'd have had enough of staying at home by now, but honestly, what's out there? Awkward discos? Festivals that are either too hot and/or too cold? Towns? Nah, too crazy. Why deal with that when you can just stay at home, put the kettle on, watch the Matrix, make friends with a rat... now that's entertainment. ...We're still cool. SONGS COVERED: 85. At the Drive-in - Invalid Litter Dept. 84. Supermen Lovers - Starlight 83. Ash - Shining Light 82. Lazaro's Dog - Home Entertainment System 81. Crazy Town - Butterfly Theme music by Sweet Potato (aka Wax Ecstatic) Editing and audio engineering by Adam Buncher Hey you know what else is entertaining? Crafting a brilliant 5 star review for the Great Podcast! Or a message to your friend about why they'd love listening to it! LIKE HOTTEST 100S AND 1000S ON FACEBOOK: hottest100sand1000s FOLLOW HOTTEST 100S AND 1000S ON TWITTER: @Hottest100s AND YOUR HOSTS: @AndrewM138 | @NLFHarrison See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Nick Hughes is joined by Shawn Flynn, an investment banker and host of the Silicon Valley Podcast. Shawns podcast unlocks the secrets of top Entrepreneurs, Venture Capitalists and Business Leaders, was labeled the "#1 Silicon Valley Podcast You Must Follow in 2020" and in this conversation you can tell why! Nick and Shawn quickly step into a funny, enjoyable and wide ranging conversation which starts by getting to know Shawn a bit more and then we hear how he gets established in his conversations and podcast. Interestingly, Shawn and Nick have many things in common - from early experiments in filming interviews, to their podcast pursuits as well as their love of traveling. They spend most of their time breaking down what goes into a great podcast, how to ask the right questions, how to keep conversations going and to get the most interesting tidbits out of guests. They then shift to the amazing joys of traveling and what its so addictive to certain people. They end with their thoughts and predictions on the new drop-in audio apps like Clubhouse and Facebook Hotline. This is a very fun and entertaining conversation with two podcast hosts who just want to learn from people, we hope the podcasting tips help you today on your journey.https://thesiliconvalleypodcast.com/
I spend a great deal of time talking about the need to make podcasting better, not just easier. But candidly, I'm more than a little concerned that the message received is “don’t do easy things” So let me be clear: the majority of the work you do as a podcaster should be easy. Imagine a piece of paper divided into four quadrants. Let the line that goes across the page represent difficulty increasing to the right. Let the line that goes from the top to the bottom of the page represent quality, with higher quality on top Now think through and add the various tasks you have to do during the course of your job as a podcaster. You’ll see tasks fall into one of four quadrants, which we’ll name as: Staples (upper-left) - Always easy to do and always with at least good quality Solo (upper-right) - Always somewhat difficult to do with at least good quality Aspirational (lower-right) - Always difficult and always below-average quality Inexcusable (lower-left) - Always easy and always less-than-acceptable quality It may seem counterintuitive, but the goal isn’t to move as many tasks as possible into the Solo quadrant, where we find the highest quality, most difficult tasks. I agree with https://getyarn.io/yarn-clip/4f8b2c90-5260-414c-9661-cd4168959ee0 (The Toyes that hard work good and hard work fine), but too much hard work can be difficult to stick with. For both sides of the equation. The quadrant you should (eventually) have most tasks in is the Staples quadrant. Better-than-average to great quality work that doesn’t take a huge amount of effort. Not from you to make. And not from your audience to enjoy. You should never be afraid of doing easy things when the quality is high. ----- A written-to-be-read article and a full transcript of the audio of this episode can be found at https://podcastpontifications.com/episode/the-easy-way-to-make-a-great-podcast (https://podcastpontifications.com/episode/the-easy-way-to-make-a-great-podcast) https://twitter.com/evoterra (Follow @EvoTerra on Twitter) for more podcasting insights as they come. https://buymeacoffee.com/evoterra (Buy him a virtual coffee) to show your support at BuyMeACoffee.com/evoterra And if you need a professional in your podcasting corner, please visithttps://podcastlaunch.pro/ ( Simpler.Media) to see how Simpler Media Productions can help you reach your business objectives with podcasting. Evo Terra produceshttps://podcastpontifications.com/ ( Podcast Pontifications) four times a week to provide ideas and ask questions every working podcaster should be thinking about. Photo byhttps://unsplash.com/@amenabarladrondeguevara?utm_source=unsplash&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=creditCopyText ( Ignacio Amenábar) onhttps://unsplash.com/s/photos/easy?utm_source=unsplash&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=creditCopyText ( Unsplash) This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podsights - https://podsights.com/privacy Support this podcast
Most content creators will at some point bump into the restrictions of copyright law. That may be YouTube removing a reaction video due to a copyright infringement, or in the case of podcasting, trying to find some music for your podcast that is free and legal to use. There is lots of misleading information out there about copyright laws, so listen to this episode to help you navigate it and make sure that you are using appropriate, legal music that looks out for artists... Visit www.thepodfarm.com to check out more of what we do and check out our other resources. www.instagram.com/thepodfarm www.youtube.com/thepodfarm www.twitter.com/thepodfarm
Podcasts are radio but on demand, dedicated to your niche interest, and (for the most part) commercial free. There are two million podcasts worldwide right now and counting. And lots of them need guests!!They are a terrific channel to advance your authority as a subject matter expert but like any media interview, there's a skill, a science, and an art to the delivery. In this episode, Brad Phillips, the media trainer known worldwide as Mr Media Training becomes the Podfather.Guest Brad Phillips, Throughline Groupbrad@throughlinegroup.comhttps://www.throughlinegroup.com/ Check out Throughline's Blog https://www.throughlinegroup.com/blog/On Twitter - @throughliners and @mrmediatraining
Join Coach Paul as he takes you on a journey to improve your interview skills. Podcasting is the hottest platform, one in which you can become a part of as a podcast guest.All too often guest are nervous and in some cases frightened to be interviewed because they're introverts and don't have the skill sets to become a successful interviewee. Coach Paul is taking on clients to help them become exceptional interviewees. Coach Paul was trained by an author who happened to be a Hollywood Reporter years ago and today he continues to receive training and he passes on his expertise to others. Here are a few things you will receive as a student of Become A Great Podcast Guest Coaching Program:Assess your interview skills todayWhat is your niche, area of focus as a speakerPractice interviewing skillsPitching podcast hostWhat value will you add to the podcast host audience?3,2,1,...time for interviews with podcast hostThis is going to be a remarkable journey, Get ready to rumble! Invest in yourself by signing up for this four (4)-week podcast guest coaching program. Here is the link to invest in yourself, do it today:http://bit.ly/3cPlg8nHost - Coach Paul Lawrence VannOffice Phone - (800) 341-6719Email - email@example.com
Though hosting your podcast and interviewing guests may seem a little intimidating when you’re just starting out, it’s much easier than you think. As a host, you’ll actually only be speaking a small portion of the time. It’s your guests and their insight that fills most of the conversation. On this episode of the Working Without Pants podcast, I’ll cover the tips and strategies you can use to conduct engaging interviews with world-class guests. I discuss the importance of researching your guests in advance and taking this information to brainstorm questions about your guest’s background and experience that you want to explore deeper. I highlight why you should let your curiosity drive the flow of your interviews and the crucial role that active listening plays in keeping your conversations engaging. You’ll also learn why great podcasters always have a set of fallback questions to rely on if their initial questions don’t take up as much time as they thought. With these tips in mind, you’ll be well on your way to conducting great interviews that bring true value to your audience. If you’re ready to get started on your podcasting journey, visit https://contentallies.com/ to learn more about our full-service podcast production services.
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Dr. Richard Harris is a Medical Doctor, Pharmacist, and Metabolic Health Expert. He is also the host of the ‘Strive for Great Health Podcast’. Without doubt, the current pandemic has changed our culture and the world. Everything we do has been impacted and even modern medicine as we know it has changed. And as the world prepares for the widespread distribution of vaccines against COVID-19 signaling a possible return to ‘normal’, there is one element that is not being discussed and that is the virus host… YOU!Metabolic health and mental health play key roles in how susceptible we are to viruses such as COVID and more importantly how our bodies defend against them. Dr. Harris and Dr. Mitch discuss the importance of good metabolic health along with Dr. Harris’s theory on the potential long-term effects the coronavirus may have on the human body. You can listen in to Dr. Harris on the ‘Strive for Great Podcast’ wherever you get your podcasts! #metabolichealth #mentalhealth #mindfulness #meditation #8Seconds #ExperientialKnowledge #podcasting #podcastlife #fightingdisease
What makes a movie good? This was a conversation that I recently had and it really blew my mind. The argument was “if a movie is ‘good’ and I can’t keep my eyes open during it, is it good to me?” I had to pause, and completely agree. The movies that I enjoy most are the ones where I am engaged, fully, and feel connected to because they were so entertaining. I hate to admit, but there are a lot of “good” movies that do not appeal to me in any way. You know who would totally agree with that? Michael Gibson and Calvin McCarthy. Why? Because they are producing and creating a movie in Portland right now called “Vampire Mutants from the Planet Neptune” which sounds more like a random word-generator than the title of a movie. But, after talking to these two, I have no doubt that it is going to be a really good movie, at least for me! We talk about putting a movie together, the creative process, being in movies, watching movies… we talk a lot of movies. Calvin has been an actor and director in the Portland area since he was little, and Michael is a producer and focuses on sound, which is near and dear to my heart. And yes, we do talk about hanging dong in a movie. Michael & Calvin developed the production company Video Is The Future and their first production is going to be the aforementioned “Vampire Mutants from the Planet Neptune” where you can join me at the premiere and help support this film! Go to http://bit.ly/SCPSmutantvampire to support! This episode’s sketch: “Oscar-Worthy Movie Pitch“ For more episodes, information, and apply to be on the show, visit: http://sketchcomedypodcastshow.com SOCIAL MEDIA FACEBOOK: http://facebook.com/sketchcomedypodcastshow TWITTER: http://twitter.com/sketchcompod INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/sketchcompod SUBSCRIPTIONS & REVIEWS APPLE: http://bit.ly/SCPSitunes GOOGLE: http://bit.ly/SCPSgplay RSS: https://scps.fireside.fm/rss PODCHASER: https://www.podchaser.com/SketchComedyPodcastShow Sketch Comedy Podcast Show is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License. © Copyright 2021 Stuart Rice Special Guests: Calvin McCarthy | Actor, Writer, Director at Video is the Future and Michael Gibson | Movie Producer - Video is the Future.
Episode 134 of the Sports Media Podcast with Richard Deitsch features Conrad Thompson and Jim Ross, the duo that make up the popular “Grilling JR” podcast. In this podcast, Thompson, the host of six immensely popular wrestling podcasts, and Ross, one of the iconic voices in the history of professional wrestling and a current broadcaster for All Elite Wrestling (AEW), discuss how they formed their partnership; their initial impressions of each other; what expectations they had for the podcast; how they format shows and select topics; the importance of podcast momentum; how they have marketed the podcast and found ancillary revenue sources; their pre-show process; Conrad’s wish-list for future co-hosts; the impact of COVID on the podcast; how each view their roles; the number of downloads per podcast; how the revenue share works; the next evolution for the podcast, and much more. You can subscribe to this podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Stitcher and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Have you ever considered being a guest on a podcast? It probably doesn't surprise you to hear that the number of podcasts in the world right now exceeds 1.75 million (according to Podcast Insights) and that number is growing daily! I just finished beta testing my brand-new podcasting course with Natalie Arent and we personally trained the hosts of three new shows coming out in the next month. A few more stats in case you're not convinced this is a great way to get your message out: 55% of the US population has listened to a podcast (Infinite Dial 2020) 68 million people say they listen to podcasts weekly (Infinite Dial 2020) 16 million in the US say they are “avid podcast fans” (Nielsen Q1 2018) This solo episode is all about how you can pitch and prepare to be the best guest you can be on someone else's podcast so you can share your dream with a wider audience. You'll learn: Why you should consider being a podcast guest, How to find the right podcasts to pitch to, Preparing to pitch yourself and the one thing you MUST understand before you do, How to prepare for the interview itself, A few sound tips for the non-techy among us, and What to do during and after the interview, including my favorite tips to make sure your voice sounds full of energy even if you've been sitting quietly at your desk all day! Even if you've never considered being a guest on a podcast, this episode will prepare you to put your best foot forward when the opportunity comes your way! NEXT STEPS: In case you're new to the podcast, here are a few other episodes you may enjoy: Ep 94: [Solo] What I Learned in Two Years of Podcasting, with Merritt Onsa The #1 most-loved episode from Feb 2021: Ep 186: [Solo] 3 Strategies to Help You Shift from Busy to Purposeful, with Merritt Onsa The #1 most-loved episode of all time: Ep 130: How to Turn Up the Volume on Truth, with Charlena Ortiz CONNECT WITH ME: Website || Facebook || Instagram CHECK OUT THE SHOW NOTES: https://www.merrittonsa.com/podcast/190 JOIN THE COMMUNITY: https://www.facebook.com/groups/devoteddreamers/ LOVING THIS PODCAST? Leave a review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes or Stitcher Subscribe on Apple Podcasts * Subscribe on Android Support the Devoted Dreamers Podcast on Patreon.
What Makes a Great Podcast Guest?Since recording well over 50 interviews for my podcast and being featured more than a dozen myself, I’ve been on both sides of the mic and can help you shine!Podcasting is bounds of fun, especially when the conversation is vibrant!Engage the host. For your recording session, the host is your friend, your confidant. Imagine you’re having a conversation at a local hang out. Be Relaxed- You’re in good hands! Your host is there to make you shine! Because your host has ample experience with interviewing/conversing with many guests, you can trust that they will lead you well. There aren’t a ton of recording slots available. Consider how many podcast slots your host has...YOU’RE ONE OF THEM. ONE. For example, I host a weekly podcast which means I have 4- F.O.U.R. slots each month to spotlight superstars! Don’t allow that to make you nervous- leverage it! You’re a VIP!Look for the set-up so you can rock the layup! A good host will set you up with open ended questions that can lead to excellent follow-up questions. This is where you get to shine as the expert! It might become granular allowing you to speak richly into the niche and prove your expertise. Don’t fear the flop! I get it, you’re nervous. You’re still new and feel the weight of “going on stage”. You might be thinking, “If I say something stupid people will replay it over and over again and I’ll be doomed….” Okay, maybe that’s just me….Here’s the reality: I’ve had guests reach out to me afterwards, “I spoke with my business partner who isn’t comfortable with the details I shared on xyz.” Such things are often easy edits. If you catch yourself saying something you don’t want to simply say immediately, “Please edit that out.”Pause. But not too long. If you give just a HINT of a pause between verbal exchanges IF something needs to be edited it created clear margins to splice. Speak Clearly. Okay, don’t sound goofy, but be aware that transcripts will be made of your episode (more than likely). The clearer you speak, the better the transcripts. Be camera ready. I KNOW not all podcasts are intended as a video offering as well, but things are leaning that way. More than likely both audio and video are being recorded. Be camera ready and let your host know you’re comfortable with them promoting the episode with a video clip. Who knows, you might give the host courage to expand in a new way!Promote the episode. Your host invests time, energy and roughly $200 into creating each episode. Yes, YOU just landed yourself a FREE $200 advertising piece! Share it proudly across your networks and in your newsletter! Get over yourself. Most people don’t like the sound of their voice, their accent, the look of their nose or how their hair turned out that day. Believe it or not, people care more about what you have to say than how you look (if the episode is audio only- well- you only have fewer excuses).Have earbuds or a mic. Remember, the earbuds that came in the package with your phone??? We all have them. Audio quality does matter and something as simple as earbuds makes a huge difference!Be prepared to promote yourself! What’s the ONE (okay, maybe two) BEST ways for people to reach you? To find out more about partnering or investing in a multifamily deal schedule a call here https://calendly.com/threekeysinvestments/get-acquainted-callDownload a free e-book on Why Invest in Multifamily at ThreeKeysInvestments.comPlease RSS: Review, Subscribe, Share!
You know that feeling when you walk into a room, maybe it’s a party or other gathering, and you don’t know anyone really and you start to feel the walls pulling you closer until your back is against it? Or, maybe there is a dog or cat around and you decide that would be the best conversational companion? What about a room filled with people you do know? What about a room with one other person? If you still find yourself “shying away” from others, you might be an introvert. This episode’s guest completely understands where you are coming from. Nick Shelton is a world-dominating introvert. What does that mean? It means that despite having what would be considered crippling social anxiety and feeling drained being around people, Nick has found a way to overcome it! And better yet… he can help you if you have similar issues! He wrote a book so you can figure this out for yourself called “An Introvert’s Guide to World Domination” (https://amzn.to/3p6S7t1). He even has a worldwide network of introverts! Wild! We talk about Nick’s 5 engagements (and 2 marriages), the worst lines to use at a party, how to figure out if you are an introvert yourself, what to do with a masseuse who likes your feet too much, and how to watch people in public places without being creepy. Look, it’s hard to do primary research for a book. This week’s sketch: “This Guy is Really Starting to Creep Me Out.” For more episodes, information, and apply to be on the show, visit: http://sketchcomedypodcastshow.com SOCIAL MEDIA FACEBOOK: http://facebook.com/sketchcomedypodcastshow TWITTER: http://twitter.com/sketchcompod INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/sketchcompod SUBSCRIPTIONS & REVIEWS APPLE: http://bit.ly/SCPSitunes GOOGLE: http://bit.ly/SCPSgplay RSS: https://scps.fireside.fm/rss PODCHASER: https://www.podchaser.com/SketchComedyPodcastShow Sketch Comedy Podcast Show is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License. © Copyright 2020 Stuart Rice Special Guest: Nick Shelton | World-Dominating Introvert With Very Nice Feet.
"Life Comes at You Fast"An Ohio State vs Alabama national title game review featuring the host's of The Scarlet and Great Podcast, Cory Thompson and Johnny Lunsford breaking down what went wrong in Ohio State's bid for a second national title in the College Football Playoff era. Show includes:-Giving credit where credit is due: Alabama is the best team in the nation-Nick Saban is the greatest college football coach in history-Ryan Day is just getting started-You can learn more from a loss than you can a win - Where Ryan Day goes from here-What will Ryan Day tell Justin Fields?-Should Justin Fields come back one more year and what are some factors in that decision?-Is Kerry Coombs on the hot seat? If not, should he be?-Is it even Kerry Coombs fault entirely that the pass defense is that bad?-Puzzling decisions during the National Title Game on defense-Reasons beyond the obvious why the defense has to be better next year-What does OSU need to do better as a program to get over the hump and win another national title?Scarlet and Great Empire is a fast growing YouTube Channel - click here to SUBSCRIBE!https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiPIeaero1X-j5CbWACQ-kQ?sub_confirmation=1 Follow our hosts on twitter:Johnny: @scarletgreatJLCory: @scarletgreatCTScarlet and Great is on Apple Podcast - listen on the go for FREE:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/scarlet-and-great/id1536828858
Suzy shares her birding moments during the second Lockdown in England in November 2020, including hearing her first nocturnal migration of Redwings. Suzy admits to some photography fails and we hear from Stephanie Seymour in New Jersey, and Mary Chan on Vancouver Island. Timestamps & Links: 00:00:36 Thank you Buy me a virtual coffee on Ko-Fi.com Casual Birder shop on Redbubble 00:02:23 Suzy's Bird observations 00:10:55 Mini Hide 00:13:13 Redwing Migration BirdNet xeno-canto.org Jamie's Redwing video for RSPB My interview at Birdfair - available to watch until end December 2020 All talks at Virtual Birdfair 2020 00:15:18 Suzy's Photography 00:18:08 Other Birding Show Recommendations The Urban Birder Webinars The Birders Show Dan Rouse's new book Great Podcasts about Birds - Podchaser 00:20:49 Listener Stories Stephanie Seymour's episode Stephanie's album: There Are Birds Mary Chan - The Podcasters Guide to a Visible Voice 00:34:52 Wrap and Close The Casual Birder Podcast website Don't miss an episode - subscribe to the show (Subscribing is free) Thank you to Randy Braun for designing the artwork for the show. The theme music is Short Sleeved Shirt by The Drones. Thanks to them for letting me use it. Check out their website at www.dronesmusic.net
Asett from Free Thought Revolution asks, "How do I find great guests to have on my podcast?"TL;DROne of the most important elements of a great interview podcast is landing great guests. But what's the best process for finding and pitching prospective guests to come on your show?In this episode, we'll explain how to identify good guests and the most effective way to pitch them to do an interview for your podcast.Record your podcasting question at Speakpipe.com/Buzzsprout to be featured on a future episode.Review Podcasting Q&A in Podchaser to let us know what you think of the show.
New podcast episodes for you, and Weekend Spins!Great interviewsJoey Burns on Past, Present, Future, Live! Angus Young on The Tapes ArchiveJohn Oates on Eric Krasno Plus One Jonathan Wilson on The JamBase Podcast Alan and Neal Evans on Comes A Time Phish!Undermine is coming! Ben Atkind of Goose on Helping Friendly Podcast The Went Gin on Beyond the PondTom Marshall on Phemale-Centrics 8/28/97 on The Daily SoundcheckGrateful Dead!Erik Jensen on Brokedown PodcastOwsley Stanley Foundation on No Simple RoadWeekend Spins picks for this weekKatie Pruitt — ExpectationsReal Estate — The Main ThingBlake Mills — Mutable SetAnd here's a playlist with all of the Weekend Spins recommendations, which will be updated every week. Here's the episode of Brokedown Podcast with Alex Bleeker of Real Estate.If you like what we do, please give us a review on
Domain names, how to avoid overcomplicating getting started, and all things podcast guest-related is what we explore today with Andrew Alleman. A technology media publisher, Host of the podcast Domain Name Wire, and founder and editor of blog of the same name, Andrew built his business podcastguests.com because he wanted to find more guests for his show. Like many ideas born out of necessity, he bootstrapped his way to create an MVP which helped him scale the business to the point where it now has over 20,000 members who use it to find guests and be a guest on podcasts. Here are just some of the things we cover in this episode:Tips on how to pick a domain name for your podcastWhat to focus on and NOT focus on when starting a podcastHow his wife built the hugely successful The Internet of Things Podcast How to compete as a podcast guestHow to create a guest One Sheet to stand out and land more bookingsWhat are podcast hosts looking for in a good guestMistake people make when reaching out to hostsHow to be prepared before going on a podcastHow to attract the right guests for your showWhy getting big-name guests isn’t necessarily the best pathTricks for inspiring your guest to share your showSuggestions on how to get feedback on your show to help make improvementsAndrew's Website:https://domainnamewire.com/https://podcastguests.com/Andrew's Guide:https://podcastguests.com/guide/Andrew on Social Media:https://twitter.com/DomainNameWirelinkedin.com/in/allemannhttps://www.facebook.com/domainnamewirehttps://www.youtube.com/user/DomainNameWireLinks and Resources: