James Martell talks with Rockie Lee, relationship coach, and host of the Clarity Coach podcast about how you can leverage a podcast to develop your brand and position yourself as an expert your marketplace, what he would do differently if he had to start over, why it’s important to take time to figure out what you really want, especially when it comes to relationships, and so much more.Read More +
James Martell talks with Ryan Stewman, the Hardcore Closer about how to quickly convert a podcast into a sales generating machine, come up with effective podcast titles to grab listeners’ attention and generate more sales, why you should listen to Ryan Stewman’s Hardcore Closer podcast to discover how to structure offers, sell products, and use technology to bypass gatekeepers, etc., how to use your podcast to position yourself as an expert, and how to focus on your product, identify and handle objections, know your audience, and design your podcast around those areas to generate sales and more.Read More +
James Martell talks with Rob Walch, VP of Podcaster Relations for Libsyn about how to create, test out, and promote an app through your host or a third-party service to improve listener interaction, what new podcasters should be concerned with, including the content of their show, importance of knowing and understanding your audience to develop content for them and stay on topic, why you are your audience, don’t do a topic because it is hot, but because you are interested in and know about it, and so much more.Read More +
James Martell talks with Liz Covart, host of Ben Franklin’s World who shares the two things that will make your show a success, what Liz asks for from her listeners instead of ratings and reviews, the challenges that came from the growth and success of her podcast, how podcasting has made her a better historian, a few things to consider when determining the frequency of your show, two great pieces of advice for new podcasters and ideas for using podcasting in education.Read More +
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