From the Secret Beach Hut Studio to Costa Rican jungle, today Podcasting Veteran, James Martell talks with Brad Axelrad, host of the Face Your Dragon podcasts talks about What does it take to put together a first class podcast how to entice top tier guests to be on your show, the importance of breathing during your podcast (yes, breathing), what many podcasters have in common with Elvis, and the importance of having a net to catch all the traffic and more.Read More +
James Martell, 13 year podcasting and outsourcing expert shares his secrets for managing a successful podcast including building a virtual team and an online project management tool called BaseCamp. James shares the two biggest reasons podcasts fail and the secret to avoiding podfade, how to hire your perfect virtual team, how to systemize production and distribution of your podcast and step by step instructions for using BaseCamp to produce, distribute and archive podcast episodes.Read More +
Natalie Eckdahl of the BizChix Podcast shares her wisdom on aligning your podcast to your business goals, creating an episodic podcast series for business, the three advantages of using a series format, how to find the right frequency for your show, how to manage expectations and prime your audience so you can enjoy a break, some hard won lessons about outsourcing (everything from your audio-editing to your laundry), strategies for building a vibrant podcasting community that will keep you motivated and which should come first, the community or the podcast?Read More +
James Martell, host of Podcasting Mastery, and 12 year outsourcing expert SHARES what to include in a job posting, what to look for when hiring a freelancer, how much you can expect to pay for freelance talent, what to consider when awarding the job, how to monitor progress so the job stays on track, how to wrap up a job so everyone leaves happy, what to look for when hiring a Virtual Assistant and his ’15-Minute Rule’ for determining when YOU need to outsource.Read More +
Marc Mawhinney, the coach for coaches and host of the Natural Born Coaches podcast discuss the biggest challenge you’ll face in growing a successful coaching business, the different niches where you can find a coach, the quickest way to get one-on-one coaching clients, how many episodes you should you produce each week, the most important key to a successful podcast, the benefits of outsourcing (even to your brother), why you don’t need to worry about coming up with topics and Marc’s most important advice to new podcasters.Read More +
Jen Hemphill, host of Her Money Matters shares how a podcast can help with building trust among your listeners and growing a successful coaching business, why you should commit to outsourcing, seven different ways you can repurpose your podcast content, the costs involved in starting a podcast, how to apply a consistent structure to your podcast, creative ways to celebrate the anniversary of your podcast, how to use your podcast and a contest to build a community and strategies for keeping your Facebook Group fresh and engaged.Read More +
James Martell and Kimberly Juchnowski, your hosts for Podcasting Mastery share the three biggest mistakes podcasters make with their artwork, all the different places (and devices) where your artwork will be seen, where to get ideas for your podcast artwork, where to go to hire a graphic designer, the six things you need to supply for your graphic designer, a podcast cover art checklist, the reason you need large, high resolutions photos (podcast artwork size for iTunes is 3,000 x 3,000 pixels) and where to get them, podcast artwork specs and an example of an awesome photo from a previous guest on the show.Read More +
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