James Martell talks with Tyler Basu, Podcast Host and Publisher of Lifestyle Business Magazine shares with us the characteristics of lifestyle entrepreneurs, the optimal length for an interview, how to provide both structure and flexibility to your interview format, a launch strategy for getting on New and Noteworthy, how push notifications can outperform email, which should come first, the audience, the offer or the content and strategies for balancing work and family (including why you need two monitors).Read More +
Jonathan Chant, host of the Fitness for Freedom Podcast shares how he grew his podcast from 16,000 to 30,000 downloads in one month, how to make the most of your contact list, how to convert your listeners’ questions into topics for your show, how to encourage listeners to leave a review, the steps for preparing a “tips” show, how Jonathon use his show to create blog posts and YouTube videos, and the number of shows you should have “in the buffer” before you launch.Read More +
Jeremy Reeves, host of the “Sales Funnel Mastery” Podcast shares how podcast can separate you from your competition, how your podcast can help you bond with listeners until they’re ready to become customers, how to increase authority in your field by choosing the right guests for your podcast, what you get when you combine a well-thought strategy with great copy, how to use a sales funnel for podcast marketing and the how and why 80% of his new customers come directly from his podcast.Read More +
Kevin Koskella of the Freedom Lovin’ podcast shares three great books that inspired Kevin to pursue his freedom lovin’ lifestyle, the difference between being self-employed and owning an internet business, how to get ideas for topics from your subscribers, little things you can do to get your podcast ranked, tips for building a membership site, how you can combine two very different disciplines to create content that really stands out, how to target your audience, book the right guests and really rock on your first five shows.Read More +
Jessica Kupferman isn’t one to mince words, so this interview includes some acknowledgement of the differences between men and women, as well as the different treatment they receive in the business world. Jessica knew that her podcasting heroes (usually male) were never going to invite her to be on their show. So she started her own.Read More +
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