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Author: Tracy Hazzard

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Formerly the Feed Your Brand podcast, this newly revised podcast focuses on The Binge Factor that makes a podcast or videocast irresistible. Join Authority Magazine columnist and former Inc. columnist Tracy Hazzard as she talks to Top Brandcasters using audio and video to spread their message to the world. Learn strategies and tactics you can apply immediately to make sure that you get seen, heard, and found in this noisy digital world.Get off the marketing roller coaster and get on the automated fast track to digitally market your brand everywhere now. Imagine easily broadcasting messages, saving time, optimizing your results and building a platform that organically grows Real Fans & Qualified Clients. Learn easy Content Building Formulas and Smart Cut Secrets proven to fuel hundreds of blogs, podcasts and brands with binge-able original content. Join the conversation on how to get your message to out to the world. Consistently and constantly fill your online presence to accelerate your Brand Authority & Generate More Revenue. Be original. Be heard. Promote with power and purpose. Feed Your Brand!
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Growing a podcast audience and increasing listenership is still one of the things that even amazing podcast shows are struggling with. With the ever-growing number of shows offering diverse topics and styles, it’s become harder to reel in listeners and loyal followers. On today’s show, Brett de Hoedt joins Tracy Hazzard to share tips on how you can increase your podcast listeners. Brett is a media and presentation trainer as well as the host of The Hardest Word podcast, an unusual and interesting show about real people from all around the world making real apologies. Tune in to discover Brett’s secret sauce to bingeability and increasing listenership.   Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here’s How » Join the Binge Factor community today: thebingefactor.com Facebook Instagram LinkedIn Pinterest Youtube
Business infrastructure is a niche that doesn't get talked about enough. However, Alicia Butler Pierre makes it fun and entertaining. Alicia is the Founder and CEO of Equilibria, Inc., a 15-year-old operations management firm specializing in increasing bandwidth for fast-growing small businesses. This is done via business infrastructure, and Alicia is recognized as one of the few people in the world specializing in it. She also hosts the weekly Business Infrastructure: Curing Back Office Blues podcast, which currently reaches listeners in 35 countries. On today’s show, she joins Tracy Hazzard to dive into the amazing world of business infrastructure – from building a podcast and booking great guests to increasing engagement and growing your audience.   Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here’s How » Join the Binge Factor community today: thebingefactor.com Facebook Instagram LinkedIn Pinterest Youtube
Client referrals are the lifeblood of most businesses and brands. If you play your cards right, up to 89% of your new customers could come from referrals. This is why you need to invest in providing the most value possible to the clients you already have on hand because this value is what will compel them to spread the word about your business for you. In this special episode, The Binge Factor features a replay from a Feed Your Brand show, Tom Hazzard and Tracy Hazzard’s podcast together, where they share some advanced techniques for increasing client referrals. The advice they share here is quite valuable, so make sure that you don’t miss out!   Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here’s How » Join the Binge Factor community today: thebingefactor.com Facebook Instagram LinkedIn Pinterest Youtube
Podcasting is a great avenue to meet experts not only to talk about their knowledge but also to build long-lasting relationships. After all, in this day and age of connectivity, your network is considered your net worth. John Livesay - keynote speaker, host of The Successful Pitch Podcast, and co-founder of QuantmRE - greatly believes in this. Here on today's show, he sits down with host, Tracy Hazzard, to share how podcasting success can be seen through the growth of your network, particularly with experts, influential, and overall interesting people. He gives out some lessons and tips on creating a great pitch and becoming the center of influence around podcasting. On his net worth, John shares how he books great guests, conducts the interviews, and lets them know about the entire process. He then tells us about his new book, Better Selling Through Storytelling, where he showcases how helpful podcasting has been on its creation process, starting from writing to promoting and launching the book.   Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here’s How » Join the Binge Factor community today: thebingefactor.com Facebook Instagram LinkedIn Pinterest Youtube
Podcasting is a haven for curious minds. It is a great outlet for experts to impart valuable information and for audiences to receive them. That is why podcast hosts need to be good interviewers and listeners to draw out the information that is shared and needed. As such, they must make the best of the time given by both guests and audiences by making a great show. Embodying that in his podcasting endeavors is Jason Hartman, the CEO of JasonHartman.com and The Hartman Media Company. Someone who has brute force tested, Jason is the host of Creating Wealth Real Estate Investing, which has over 1,459 episodes. In this episode, he joins host, Tracy Hazzard, to tell us how he has invested in extreme podcasting and why it is important to become an agent for your podcast audience. He talks about how he imparts his own knowledge, even while having guests over, as well as how he takes the time to record all these shows while staying so informed. One to provide a great podcasting experience, Jason then shares with us some great tips on choosing your guests (and not just anybody famous), increasing your audience, producing and monetizing your show, and encouraging engagement.   Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here’s How » Join the Binge Factor community today: thebingefactor.com Facebook Instagram LinkedIn Pinterest Youtube
These days, there is a slew of podcasts catering to every genre that it has become easy for audiences to find their particular favorite and get hooked. Joining Tracy Hazzard in today's episode is Jennifer Otto, a binge listener and Jen Du Plessis's biggest fan. Jennifer has been a mortgage lender for 25 years. Today, she shares her binge listener perspective about her love of podcasts, ballroom dancing, and what prompted her to reach out to Jen du Plessis.   Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here’s How » Join the Binge Factor community today: thebingefactor.com Facebook Instagram LinkedIn Pinterest Youtube
When you're creating your content, do you ever stop and think about how your audience will perceive it, or how they will take your message at heart? From a writer's perspective, today's guest, Shane Snow, teaches us how to create bingeable content. Shane is an award-winning journalist, entrepreneur, author, and the Co-Founder of the content marketing platform called Contently. Tapping into the feeling of the audience, Shane explains that how you show up in the world directly impacts the way others feel about your content. He also discusses the underlying principles of bingeability, and reveals how he manages his dream team to create articles and newsletters.   Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here’s How » Join the Binge Factor community today: thebingefactor.com Facebook Instagram LinkedIn Pinterest Youtube
Have you ever considered an internal corporate podcast as an effective and efficient way of delivering information around your organization? While certainly unorthodox, this technique is one that will surely grab the attention of your employees, and if you take the time to learn more about what goes on out on the floor, they will feel seen and heard. Joining Tracy Hazzard is Erin Smith, the President of BAERING, a public relations agency headquartered in Raleigh, N.C. Tracy and Erin discuss the benefits of running an internal corporate podcast that goes out to everyone within your organization. New times and new situations call for adaptation and that goes double for communication. Together with Tracy and Erin, explore and see if this technique is right for your company or organization!   Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here’s How » Join the Binge Factor community today: thebingefactor.com Facebook Instagram LinkedIn Pinterest Youtube
Movements are their own messages; thus those messages have to ring loud, clear, and true. Learning how to broadcast your movement, to live and breathe it, is a process. It's one that you can prepare yourself for such that in the long run, your brand, your movement, develops the consistency it seeks. Tracy Hazzard is joined by Megan Fenyoe, the co-host of The Blonde Bombshell Podcast and Founder of the I Am Enough Movement. Tracy and Megan dive into what you need to do to broadcast your movement by living truthfully. There's a lot of work ahead, but this empowering conversation between Tracy and Megan can get you started in the right direction.   Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here’s How » Join the Binge Factor community today: thebingefactor.com Facebook Instagram LinkedIn Pinterest Youtube
Becoming an effective podcaster takes skill and practice, especially if you want your charisma as a host to be an asset. The host of The Charisma Quotient and CEO ofSeltzer Style, Kim Seltzer, joins this episode to talk about how she does business and what her perception of podcasting is. Understand the seemingly complex thought process that goes into the creation of a podcast, starting from signing up a guest, to arranging your intro, all the way to formulating your call to action. Also, learn in this conversation how you can monetize your podcast without devaluing it with sponsorship, but still recoup your costs, and then some.   Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here’s How » Join the Binge Factor community today: thebingefactor.com Facebook Instagram LinkedIn Pinterest Youtube
Are you thinking of starting your own podcast? Tracy Hazzard has Chad McAllister, PhD on today's show to guide you in your podcasting quest. Chad is the founder of Product Innovation Educators, the host of The Everyday Innovator, and is recognized as a Top 40 Product Management Influencer and a Top 10 Innovation Blogger. Sharing his experiences, he talks about why and how he started podcasting and teaches us how he got the show running through promotion and marketing. He shares some tips on booking great guests, how to encourage engagements, and how to monetize your podcast. Innovating your podcast means being updated, increasing your value to your audience, and delivering an impact that makes your listeners consider your show as bingeable.   Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here’s How » Join the Binge Factor community today: thebingefactor.com Facebook Instagram LinkedIn Pinterest Youtube
Asking questions is so powerful that it can help you produce a bingeable book series. Today, Tracy Hazzard talks to Mark Victor Hansen, the co-author of Chicken Soup for the Soul series, and his wife Crystal Dwyer Hansen, who co-authors Ask!: The Bridge from Your Dreams to Your Destiny with him. This conversation focuses on their book Ask!, its inception, and its aim of helping people fulfill their ultimate destiny. They dive deeper into the power of asking questions and how it promotes critical thinking and eventually fulfilling goals. Listen to their wise words as they also share their insights about relationships, how to write your own bingeable book series, and helping change the world for the better.   Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here’s How » Join the Binge Factor community today: thebingefactor.com Facebook Instagram LinkedIn Pinterest Youtube
How do you get hundreds of millions of audiences to listen to you and patronize your products? The answer is as simple as social media, but it doesn't simply mean throwing anything online just to be noticed. Today, Tracy Hazzard interviews Jack Settleman, the Founder of Snapback Sports, the largest sports Snapchat account in the world totaling over 500M+ views YTD, and the host of the Snapback Chat podcast. Jack shares some tips in creating great Snapchat podcast communities and how he got to have a huge viewership and followership. He also talks about how he was able to increase podcast ratings, encourage engagements, and book noteworthy guests.   Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here’s How » Join the Binge Factor community today: thebingefactor.com Facebook Instagram LinkedIn Pinterest Youtube
In increasing exposure and capturing your target audience, you have to literally standout. For Donna Shannon - career coach, speaker, stand-up comic, President of the Personal Touch Career Services,  and the host of Tattooed Freaks in Business Suits podcast - being bingeable means leaving a lasting impression to anyone who knows you and your business. Today, she shares how she runs her podcast and creates bingeable content, from the microphones used to manipulating the environment and getting people to listen to her on a regular basis.   Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here’s How » Join the Binge Factor community today: thebingefactor.com Facebook Instagram LinkedIn Pinterest Youtube
Podcasting can offer more than just niche information. It can also bring impact to a bigger scale. Today, Tracy Hazzard has two awesome guests, former police detective Craig Casaletto and NFL veteran Asante Cleveland. They host The White Tiger Podcast which connects listeners with athletes, entrepreneurs, and leaders in their space who share personal and professional stories about victory, defeat, and what it takes to crush your goals. Today, they talk about how podcasting has allowed them to continue their professions on a whole new level and how their show differs from other podcasts out there. They also talk about transitioning from one profession to another, community building, and ensuring they have an impactful podcast.   Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here’s How » Join the Binge Factor community today: thebingefactor.com Facebook Instagram LinkedIn Pinterest Youtube
Podcasts take numerous shapes and forms. While many podcasters record lengthy episodes that they can repurpose in multiple ways, there are also a significant number of listeners out there who prefer shorter episodes. Introducing the charms of short episodes here in the show is someone who takes an unusual approach at formatting his podcast. Together with Tracy Hazzard is Tom Poland, multiple best-selling author and the host of Marketing the Invisible - a show that asks seven questions in seven minutes. Honoring the form, they go through seven questions that take us inside the life and mind of Tom as well as some of the strategies he uses to market and monetize his show. He then discusses the advantages of creating short podcast episodes, emphasizing how it attracts binge listeners. If you're thinking of doing something short form, tight, intense, and a binge factor way, then allow Tom to tell you in this great conversation.   Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here’s How » Join the Binge Factor community today: thebingefactor.com Facebook Instagram LinkedIn Pinterest Youtube
How to can you have bingeable listeners and become a bingeable Instagram influencer? A few good snaps, viral videos, and captions are not enough. Here to discuss with Tracy Hazzard about becoming an IG influencer is Elma Beganovich, the Founder and COO at A&E Digital Marketing Agency. Elma is an Instagram influencer who brings lots of digital content and also helps others take their marketing, step it up to that next level while bringing a great Instagram and great visuals into the process. She shares some vital insights into the realities of being a social media influencer, including the amount of work put into it. She also talks about her partnerships with big brands such as Huawei. Tune in to this episode to be inspired to start your own Instagram account and see how Elma can help you out to have more worthy followers.   Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here’s How » Join the Binge Factor community today: thebingefactor.com Facebook Instagram LinkedIn Pinterest Youtube
Podcasts come in multiple forms, in many shapes, sizes, lengths, and talk about a myriad of subject matters, but at the end of the day, the podcasts that survive and continue to grow are the bingeable podcasts. A bingeable podcast is a podcast that an audience won't want to drop or start listening to, ensuring its long-term longevity as well as opportunities to monetize the content. Tracy Hazzard discusses the so-called "binge factor" and why bingeability is an important metric in determining the ongoing success of any podcast. If you want to begin the process of setting up a new podcast, you can't miss this important topic.   Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here’s How » Join the Binge Factor community today: thebingefactor.com Facebook Instagram LinkedIn Pinterest Youtube
The Law of Attraction posits that by emanating either positive or negative energies, one will attract more of either positive or negative energy in their life. Living by this statement, believing that you have the capability to draw audiences and fantastic guests to your podcast will allow the universe to help make it happen. Michele Joy is an internationally recognized and acclaimed Law of Attraction coach and podcaster. She sits down with Tracy Hazzard to discuss how she applies the Law of Attraction to her podcast-related endeavors to maximize success. Let Michele and Tracy show you how this universal law applies to the work that you do, in or out of podcasting.   Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here’s How » Join the Binge Factor community today: thebingefactor.com Facebook Instagram LinkedIn Pinterest Youtube
Media appearances, of course, are the lifeblood of creating far-reaching publicity, and this is doubly true if you know who to target and on which formats to go. Podcasting for publicity is a great way to create buzz about a product, a person, or even a whole brand. Debbi Dachinger, a Media Visibility Expert, speaks with Tracy Hazzard about the power of the podcast in the field of publicity. In the past few years, the growth of podcasts has been exponential and so has its power to influence. Learn how to maximize the podcast as a publicity platform with Debbi and Tracy.   Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here’s How » Join the Binge Factor community today: thebingefactor.com Facebook Instagram LinkedIn Pinterest Youtube
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