Webinar Recording: The Art of Getting Great Podcast Guests

We put so much work creating our podcast, including finding the right guests for our show. We share some services, and tactics that we use to attain influential guests on our podcasts. We also share how to be a good guest. Watch this webinar on The Art of Getting Great Podcast Guests

Special thanks to Razz Misher, Organizer of the Savannah Podcast Meetup for having  Henrik de Gyor as one of the guests.

 

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Webinar Recording: Podcast Audience Growth Tactics

We put so much work creating our podcast, so why not put in a little more effort and reach a lot more listeners? Watch this webinar on Podcast Audience Growth Tactics.

Special thanks to Razz Misher, Organizer of the Savannah Podcast Meetup for having  Henrik de Gyor as one of the guests.

 

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Webinar recording: Podcast Monetization

What does Podcast Monetization look like in 2020? What are the different ways you can make money with podcasting? Watch the video and find out.

Special thanks to Razz Misher, Organizer of the Savannah Podcast Meetup for having Henrik de Gyor as a guest.

 

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How do I: plan a podcast

I plan most podcast series that I created.

How I do plan podcast episodes which are mostly interviews?

  1. Pick a niche topic that enough people care about and isn’t talked about much (hence the niche topic we will call XYZ for this article)
  2. Test the topic by asking a lot of people (that you don’t know) how much they care about topic XYZ and see if the market (people interested in the topic) is willing to talk about it who knows a bunch about topic XYZ or work in the field of XYZ. Look it up to be sure there is a network or groups of people interested in XYZ and join their network, group and/or conversation.
  3. Find 52+ people to interview on topic XYZ who are willing to answer a handful of pre-prescribed questions. This often means you need to ask several hundred people if they are willing to be interviewed because A) not everyone will say yes to the interview. Follow up and move forward. B) not everyone can schedule time to do this with you. Follow up and move forward. If they can’t, move on.
  4. Schedule all interviews over a 4–6 week period for 15–30 minutes calls. Mass interviews. Sometimes a few per hour, back to back. This can be all scheduled and managed.
  5. After the interviews are recorded, bulk edit all interviews in manageable groupings. I edit blocks of up to 10 interviews at one time. Schedule the time for everything if you want to get it done.
  6. Bulk approve edited interviews with interviewees. Email them the edited audio for their approval.
  7. Once approved, bulk schedule the release of episodes with a year (52 weeks) from those 52 interviews. Grouping or batching tasks is much easier than the start-stop-start model. It helps maintain consistency too. It is easier to schedule too. This is auto-pilot after you grouped up and did all the work ahead of time. Some podcasters I have met do 4 episodes at a time.
  8. Release weekly with some marketing to the XYZ community, interviewees, relevant social media channels, all the podcatchers, email marketing, interviewing with other podcasters/bloggers and word of mouth.
  9. Repeat the process for the next podcast series. You can do this a few times just like I did if you want to.

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How do I: create a podcast from an idea

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Here is a video recording of a talk I did for the Savannah Podcasting Meetup about How to create a podcast from an idea. Repeatedly! in Savannah, Georgia on September 19, 2019:

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Tools I use for podcasting:

Audioboom

WordPress

Zoom

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