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Hello Humanista, This is Miko Santos before Podcasting and Blogging, I used to be a journalist for 20 years researching complicated issues of fact or science which most people would not have the time or access to information. This podcast is an insightful conversation with people at the top of their game and deconstructs them to find the tools, tactics, and tricks to help you achieve your dream goal.

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In this episode of That Podcast Exchange host Miko Santos interviews Harry Morton, the founder and CEO of Lower Street, an award-winning global podcast agency for brands. Harry shares valuable insights on creating successful branded podcasts, understanding target audiences, and measuring podcast ROI.with Harry for more insights.uld love to continue this conversation with you, over Twitter @realmikosantos!In this episode, we cover:Success in podcasting industry.Standing out in crowded market.Understanding brand identity and audience.Focusing on specific target audience.Having a clear point of view.About the GuestHarry Morton is a seasoned professional in the world of podcasting, with over 15 years of experience in the audio industry. His journey began with a background in music and audio post-production, where he honed his skills and developed a passion for storytelling through sound. After a setback early in his career, losing a critical audio file for a client's advert, Harry transitioned into sales and marketing roles, gaining valuable experience and a global perspective during his time in Australia.Connect with Harry MortonVisit Harry Morton WebsiteConnect with Harry Morton on Twitter and LinkedInbrandpodcastsummit.com (Brand Podcast Virtual Summit- April)Resources and links mentioned in this EpisodeSubscribe to our Podwires Newsletter, by clicking hereConnect with Miko Santos on Linkedin and TwitterDo you require a job posting? or Join us at podworks.io if you're an independent podcast producer looking to show off your abilities.Visit our audio version of the podcast hereIf you are an independent podcast producer,? Join the Podworks.io Slack community to connect with other podcasters and service providers.More About That Podcast Exchange:This podcast is an insightful conversation with people at the top of their game and deconstructs them to find the tools, tactics, and tricks to help you achieve your dream goal. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this episode of That Podcast Exchange, host Miko Santos interviews Noemi Beres from Podcast Connection. They discuss the importance of building genuine relationships in the podcasting world, both with hosts, guests, and the audience.If you want to chat more about this topic, I would love to continue this conversation with you, over Twitter @realmikosantos!In this episode, we cover:[00:03:54] Podcast guesting is a service.[00:08:23] Charging for podcast guesting.[00:09:47] Building post-interview relationships.[00:15:58] AI impact on podcast guesting.About the GuestNoemi Beres, the guest speaker in this podcast episode, is a seasoned entrepreneur and podcast guest expert with a wealth of experience in the online marketing industry. With a career spanning over a decade, Noemi has honed her skills in content creation, social media marketing, and blog writing, establishing herself as a prominent figure in the field.Having started her entrepreneurial journey in 2007, Noemi navigated the ever-evolving landscape of online marketing, adapting to challenges and seizing opportunities along the way. When the global pandemic hit in 2020, she demonstrated resilience and innovation by pivoting her business model to focus on podcast booking agency services. This strategic move not only showcased her adaptability but also positioned her as a trailblazer in the podcasting industry.Connect with Noemi BeresVisit Noemi Beres WebsiteConnect with Noemi Beres on Instagram and LinkedInResources and links mentioned in this EpisodeSubscribe to our Podwires Newsletter, by clicking hereConnect with Miko Santos on Linkedin and TwitterDo you require a job posting? or Join us at podworks.io if you're an independent podcast producer looking to show off your abilities.Visit our audio version of the podcast hereIf you are an independent podcast producer,? Join the Podworks.io Slack community to connect with other podcasters and service providers. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This episode of "That Podcast Has Changed" features Kelvin Tay, the founder of Renegade Radio Malaysia, a podcast network dedicated to showcasing the best of Malaysian content. Join host Mico Santos as they discuss the diverse shows offered by Renegade Radio, from literary reviews to video game discussions, highlighting the unique Malaysian perspective in the podcasting world. Tune in for insights on podcast production and achieving success in the industry.If you want to chat more about this topic, I would love to continue this conversation with you, over Twitter @realmikosantos!In this episode, we cover:[00:02:32] Starting a podcast battle plan.[00:08:02] Challenges in podcast production.[00:10:20] Podcasts evolving to video.[00:13:29] Podcast dream turned reality.About the GuestKelvin Tay, the founder of Renegade Radio Malaysia, is a trailblazer in the Malaysian podcasting scene. With a background in entrepreneurship and finance, Kelvin ventured into the world of podcasting in 2018 when the podcasting landscape in Malaysia was virtually non-existent. Recognizing the untapped potential of the medium, Kelvin embarked on a journey to revolutionize the podcasting industry in his country.Connect with Kelvin TayVisit Kelvin Tay’s WebsiteConnect with Kelvin Tay on Instagram, Twitter, Tiktok and LinkedInResources and links mentioned in this EpisodeSubscribe to our Podwires Newsletter, by clicking hereConnect with Miko Santos on Linkedin and TwitterDo you require a job post? or Join us at podworks.io if you're an independent podcast producer looking to show off your abilities.Visit our audio version of the podcast hereIf you are an independent podcast producer,? Join the Podworks.io Slack community to connect with other podcasters and service providers.💌 If you find my content helpful, become a supporter, click hereMore about That Podcast Exchange:This podcast is an insightful conversation with people at the top of their game and deconstructs them to find the tools, tactics, and tricks to help you achieve your dream goal. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this episode of That Podcast Exchange, the host shares strategies on becoming a successful podcast manager. Listeners are encouraged to immerse themselves in podcasting knowledge, create content to establish expertise, and identify a niche to attract ideal clients. The key takeaway is to focus on becoming a podcast powerhouse by delving deep into podcasting skills and industry insights.The listener will learn strategies for becoming a successful podcast manager, showcasing value, building credibility, landing clients, and utilizing Podworks.io as a platform. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this episode of The Podcast Exchange, Mico Santos discusses strategies for podcast producers to thrive in a competitive market without lowering prices. Emphasizing value over cost, he highlights the importance of showcasing expertise, providing quality services, focusing on results, and creating tiered packages to cater to different client needs and budgets. By establishing authority, delivering excellence, and emphasizing the impact of services, podcast producers can stand out and attract clients based on value rather than price. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On this episode of That Podcast Exchange, personal branding expert, and content strategist Jennette Cajucom joins the show to discuss the use of AI tools to enhance personal branding on LinkedIn. She shares insights on potential pitfalls such as losing the human touch, over-surveillance on data, and ethical considerations. Jeanette's journey began in the late 90s in the Philippines retail and architectural sectors, and she was recognized as one of the 100 most influential Filipino women on LinkedIn in 2023. Tune in to learn valuable tips and trends for successful personal branding in the digital age.If you want to chat more about this topic, I would love to continue this conversation with you, over twitter @realmikosantos!About the Guest:Jennette Cajucom is a renowned personal branding expert and content strategist, known for her impactful work in empowering entrepreneurs to tell their stories authentically. With a career spanning over two decades, Jeanette has made significant contributions to the fields of personal branding and content strategy.Starting her journey in the late 90s within the Philippines retail and architectural sectors, Jeanette quickly rose to prominence as a thought leader in the industry. Her dedication to helping individuals discover their unique value propositions and communicate them effectively has earned her a spot among the 100 most influential Filipino women on LinkedIn in 2023.In this episode, we cover:[00:01:19] Personal branding with AI on LinkedIn.[00:06:59] Personalized client connection.[00:13:41] Staying Human in Digital Era.[00:19:28] Importance of Adaptability[00:26:21] The role of storytelling.[00:30:47] Adding value to your client.Resources and links mentioned in this episode:Visit http://jencajucom.asiaConnect with Jennette Cajucom on LinkedinIf you are a Podcast Service provider or podcaster and want someone to help you with your podcast, check out Podworks.io, Marketplace for Podcast Producers.Visit our Youtube and Facebook Channel for the video version of the podcast.Get 30 % off for the first three months of Zencastr Professional Account. Visit https://zencastr.com/pricing?coupon=thatpodcastexchange&fpr=1s26a or Promo code: thatpodcastexchangeThe Companies who support usHelp us create more interesting and valuable content by supporting our partners: Our Partners - KangarooFern Media Labcompanies sponsors Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
If you want to chat more about this topic, I would love to continue this conversation with you, over twitter @realmikosantos!Support the show on Patreon to continue to bring you quality content. Go Here.Resources and links mentioned in this episode:Visit Podworks.io websiteConnect with ___ on Instagram and FacebookGet your free Harness the Power of Podcasting Ebook Join the Podcast Creators Society Community to connect with other Podcasters and service providers andVisit our Youtube and Facebook Channel for the Video version of the podcast.Get 30 % off for the first three months of Zencastr Professional Account. Visit https://zencastr.com/pricing?coupon=thatpodcastexchange&fpr=1s26a or Promo code: thatpodcastexchangeAre there hurdles stopping you from growing your podcast? Want to grow your audience through podcast guesting and booking guests but are too busy for this? We got you! We offer a concierge-level podcast guest management service. We've done all the heavy lifting so you don't have to. We are here to listen. Book a call with us The Companies who support usHelp us create more interesting and valuable content by supporting our partners: Our Partners - KangarooFern Media Labcompanies sponsors Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
If you want to chat more about this topic, I would love to continue this conversation with you, over twitter @realmikosantos!Support the show on Patreon to continue to bring you quality content. Go Here.Resources and links mentioned in this episode:Visit Podworks.io websiteConnect with ___ on Instagram and FacebookGet your free Harness the Power of Podcasting Ebook Join the Podcast Creators Society Community to connect with other Podcasters and service providers andVisit our Youtube and Facebook Channel for the Video version of the podcast.Get 30 % off for the first three months of Zencastr Professional Account. Visit https://zencastr.com/pricing?coupon=thatpodcastexchange&fpr=1s26a or Promo code: thatpodcastexchangeAre there hurdles stopping you from growing your podcast? Want to grow your audience through podcast guesting and booking guests but are too busy for this? We got you! We offer a concierge-level podcast guest management service. We've done all the heavy lifting so you don't have to. We are here to listen. Book a call with us The Companies that support usHelp us create more interesting and valuable content by supporting our partners: Our Partners - KangarooFern Media Labcompanies sponsors Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
International Podcast Day™ is September 30th and is an international celebration of the power of podcasts! The celebration is a great opportunity to connect with fellow podcasters, podcast listeners, podcast enthusiasts, and leaders in the podcasting industry. Help spread the word by telling your friends, sharing the celebration on your podcasts and social media feeds, and using #InternationalPodcastDay.  If you want to chat more about this topic, I would love to continue this conversation with you, over twitter @realmikosantos!About the Guest:In this episode, we cover:Support the show on Patreon to continue to bring you quality content. Go Here.Resources and links mentioned in this episode: Visit the International Podcast Day website Connect with Dave Lee on Instagram and Facebook Get your free Harness the Power of Podcasting Ebook Join the Podcast Creators Society Community to connect with other Podcasters and service providers andVisit our Youtube and Facebook Channel for the Video version of the podcast. Get 30 % off for the first three months of your Zencastr Professional Account. Visit https://zencastr.com/pricing?coupon=thatpodcastexchange&fpr=1s26a or Promo code: thatpodcastexchange Are there hurdles stopping you from growing your podcast? Want to grow your audience through podcast guesting and booking guests but are too busy for this? We got you! We offer a concierge-level podcast guest management service. We've done all the heavy lifting so you don't have to. We are here to listen. Book a call with us Donate to Ukraine via international Red CrossThe Companies who support us Help us create more interesting and valuable content by supporting our partners: Our Partners - KangarooFern Media LabPlease support the companies who support us : https://kangaroofern.com/dealsSupport the Show ❤️ If you find my content helpful, become a channel member - https://www.buymeacoffee.com/PCSociety More about That Podcast Exchange:We... Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
We live in exciting times. In recent years, there's been an emergence of artificial intelligence (AI) and AI Voice technology. Once the realm of science fiction, this technology has become a reality for businesses and organizations around the world.In this episode, we will have Carl Robinson, co-founder CEO of Rumble Studio, and also the founder and host of the Voice Tech Podcast and Audio Leads podcast. He will share with us what the future of podcasting looks like and how his company, Rumble Studio, can help podcasters create their episodes 10x faster without breaking a sweat. Enjoy listening! If you want to chat more about this topic, I would love to continue this conversation with you, over twitter @realmikosantos!About the Guest:Carl Robinson, co-founder CEO of Rumble Studio (funded & hiring), and also the founder and host of the Voice Tech Podcast and Audio Leads podcast.In this episode, we cover:What is an interactive voice technology? A look at what Rumble Studio can do to make podcasters life easier. How safe is Voice Cloning?How can Rumble Studio overcome the “human connection” of a podcast interview? Is podcasting heading towards a bright future? Support the show on Patreon to continue to bring you quality content. Go Here.Resources and links mentioned in this episode: Get your free Harness the Power of Podcasting Ebook Join the Podcast Creators Society Community to connect with other Podcasters and service providers andVisit our Youtube and Facebook Channel for the Video version of the podcast. Get 30 % off for the first three months of Zencastr Professional Account. Visit https://zencastr.com/pricing?coupon=thatpodcastexchange&fpr=1s26a or Promo code: thatpodcastexchange Are there hurdles stopping you from growing your podcast? Want to grow your audience through podcast guesting and booking guests but are too busy for this? We got you! We offer a concierge-level podcast guest management service. We've done all the heavy lifting so you don't have to. We are here to listen. Book a call with us Connect with Carl Robinson:WebsiteLinkedInTwitterThe Companies who support us Help us create more interesting and valuable content by supporting our partners: Our Partners - KangarooFern Media LabSupport our show >> Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
If you are an aspiring podcaster or just starting out, you may feel pressured to record your first episode and doubt whether it will be successful or not. There's that feeling of doubt when you're about to start something new and announce it to the world — we all have a word for that and it’s the Imposter Syndrome. You don’t need to worry as we will have Bryan Entzminger, Founder of Top Tier Audio, a real expert who has a superb and excellent understanding of audio and the fundamentals of recording in podcasting will walk us through the tips and tricks on how to launch your first podcast, what tools can you use, and how overcome the Imposter Syndrome of an aspiring or early-stage podcaster. Enjoy listening! If you want to chat more about this topic, I would love to continue this conversation with you, over twitter @realmikosantos!About the Guest:Bryan Entzminger, started Top Tier Audio, where they edit and produce high-quality podcasts for professionals, small businesses, and non-profit organizations.But he's not just an editor or a founder. He's also a podcaster. He know what it's like to work “in the margins.” To put time and energy into something. In this episode, we cover:How can you become a top-tier audio editor?Hindenburg — the best audio editing tool? As an early-stage podcaster, do you really need to have a piece of expensive equipment? Highly effective methods on how you can improve in podcasting. Tips and tricks for editing your audio.Is a paid podcast hosting platform necessary for a newbie podcaster? How to overcome the Imposter Syndrome as an early stage podcaster. Support the show on Patreon to continue to bring you quality content. Go Here.Connect with Bryan Entzminger here:WebsiteResources and links mentioned in this episode: Get your free Harness the Power of Podcasting Ebook Join the Podcast Creators Society Community to connect with other Podcasters and service providers andVisit our Youtube and Facebook Channel for the Video version of the podcast. Get 30 % off for the first three months of Zencastr Professional Account. Visit https://zencastr.com/pricing?coupon=thatpodcastexchange&fpr=1s26a or Promo code: thatpodcastexchange Are there hurdles stopping you from growing your podcast? Want to grow your audience through podcast guesting and booking guests but are too busy for this? We got you! We offer a concierge-level podcast guest management service. We've done all the heavy lifting so you don't have to. We are here to listen. Book a call with us The Companies who support us Help us create more interesting and valuable content... Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Podcasts are on the rise and many podcasters are looking beyond the numbers…but are they looking at the right numbers? Success in podcasting isn't centered around gaining listeners. There are some podcasters that are "push marketers". They want to push their content out there and hope that people come to listen. For aspiring podcasters or new podcasters, you should focus on attracting the right listeners—the kind of people who will connect with your podcast and become avid listeners (and hopefully, fans). How can you do it? You can do that by knowing your data or the information you have on hand. In this episode, we will have Graham Brown, founder of Pikkal & Co— an award winning podcast agency, a true expert who has been involved in over 2,000 podcast episodes as a host, producer or guest. He will guide us through the importance of the “data” for podcast growth.  Enjoy listening! If you want to chat more about this topic, I would love to continue this conversation with you, over twitter @realmikosantos!About the Guest:Graham Brown, founder of Pikkal & Co, a Full Service Podcast Agency with podcast production partner studios in Atlanta, Bangalore, Barcelona, Brisbane, Dubai, Dublin, Helsinki, London, Manchester, Manila, Mexico City, Mumbai, New Delhi, New York, Singapore, Stockholm, Sydney, Toronto, Vienna, Washington DC and Zagreb. Pikkal & Co was founded by podcast host Graham Brown. Pikkal & Co specializes in Performance Communication for B2B Clients. Performance Communication is Communication that delivers measurable results based on Data-Driven Conversations.In this episode, we cover:How "data" in your podcast makes a difference to its success. How to use your ONE successful episode to grow your podcast. Why content is still the king? A look at the most important factor for podcast growth.Effective methods for growing your podcast while retaining your audience and listenership.Podcasting: a great tool for your business or personal branding. Support the show on Patreon to continue to bring you quality content. Go Here.Connect with Graham Brown here:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/grahamdbrown/ Personal Website: https://grahamdbrown.com/ Business Website: https://www.pikkal.com/ Resources and links mentioned in this episode: Get your free Harness the Power of Podcasting Ebook Join the Podcast Creators Society Community to connect with other Podcasters and service providers andVisit our Youtube and Facebook Channel for the Video version of the podcast. Get 30 % off for the first three months of Zencastr Professional Account. Visit
As podcasters, we have several responsibilities. We are constantly looking for new guests, thinking of topics to discuss, and how to improve our show. In fact, the two of the primary aspects of podcasting that often get overlooked are growth and monetization.If you're a podcaster, you're probably aware of the fact that growing your podcast is difficult. The podcast industry has been growing for years and today, there are millions of podcast listeners. Yet, few podcasters have actually monetized their podcasts.Don’t worry, Evans Putman is here to help! He is the owner of Infinite Impact Coaching and Consulting, who helps podcasting entrepreneurs build million-dollar businesses and he will share with us his expertise on how we can grow and monetize our podcast. Enjoy listening! If you want to chat more about this topic, I would love to continue this conversation with you, over twitter @realmikosantos!About the Guest:Evans Putman is the World's Best Podcast Prosperity Coach, best-selling author, expert speaker and Quantum Leap Consultant who helps entrepreneurs build million-dollar businesses that change more lives by using his High-Ticket Podcast Sales Machine Blueprint.An entrepreneur for 20+ years, Evans has tasted both success and failure along his journey as both business owner, husband and father. Before stepping into his present role as Coach and Consultant, his previous business was days away shutting down. That all changed when he found a unique recipe for turning on a steady stream of traffic, leads and dream clients using a podcast sales funnel.He went on to use this unique, new method to take that business beyond 7 figures and to grow an audience of 4.5 million listeners - organically - without paid ads. That podcast and business was then sold to the highest bidder and Evans went on to help other entrepreneurs create their own Podcast Sales Machines. Along that journey, he was also blessed to have his trainings licensed by and featured in ClickFunnels Founder Russell Brunson's high-ticket coaching programs.Now, Evans is on a mission to help entrepreneurs with big, positive messages and missions create quantum leaps and accelerate success by unlocking unlimited financial potential and becoming the world's best in their chosen niche with his High-Ticket Podcast Sales Machine Blueprint. In this episode, we cover:How can you grow your podcast into a 7-figure business? Here are the tips and tricks Evans shares with us on how he managed this feat.How you can grow your podcast with the skills you have already learned.How to use your podcast to create brand awareness and using it as a foundation of your business itself. The importance of knowing your customer avatar.Highly effective ways to improve podcast engagement.Podcast Monetization: Evans will talk about how to monetize a podcast using different strategies.Support the show on Patreon to continue to bring you quality content. Go Here.Connect with Evans Putman here:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/evansputman/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EvansPutmanHQ Personal Website: https://www.evansputman.com/home-page-1 Podcast Sales Machine: Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Early-stage podcasting can be hard, no question about it. Starting a show from scratch is a challenge (I know — I've done it). As a newbie, you need to inherently understand that increasing listenership and audience is key to growing a podcast. As easy as it may sound, the challenges of doing this are real.The biggest challenge for early-stage podcasters is that most don't have a clear plan for growing their listenership and audience. They think the magic will happen on its own with simply doing good episodes.The biggest questions now are... How can you do it? Why is the increase in listenership and engaged audience the key? What benefits do they provide? How can you monetize from it? There is no need for questions as Mark Asquith, co-founder of Captivate.fm, has got our back! In this episode, he will share the tips and tricks about podcasting and how an early-stage podcaster can survive and thrive in the podcasting world. Enjoy listening! If you want to chat more about this topic, I would love to continue this conversation with you, over twitter @realmikosantos!About the Guest:Mark Asquith leads the innovation of building technology and solutions to help podcasters achieve audio influence.He is also a Podcaster and the host of That British Podcast Guy, speaker and content marketer with a background in successful entrepreneurship, startups and building global marketing agencies. Trusted to speak at Harvard, TEDx, Podcast Movement, FinCon, PodFest and more.In this episode, we cover:“That British Podcast Guy” – How did it start? As an early-stage or solo podcaster, do you still have some spot in the growing podcasting industry? Mark will share his best practices on how to increase your listener engagement. Multiple social media vs Single social media: Which one is better when it comes to engagement? What can you do to improve your listernership and encourage them to share your podcasts?How can you monetize your podcast? Is email list still a thing in 2022? What is Captivate.fm? Mark, the co-founder, will highlight the benefits of his podcast hosting platform and how it will help a lot of podcasters. Support the show on Patreon to continue to bring you quality content. Go Here.Connect with Mark Asquith here:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/markasquith/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/em_two Website: www.markasquith.comResources and links mentioned in this episode: Get your free Harness the Power of Podcasting Ebook Join the Podcast Creators Society Community to connect with other Podcasters and service providers andVisit our Youtube and Facebook Channel for the Video version of the podcast. Get 30 % off for the first three months of Zencastr Professional Account. Visit Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
As podcasters, we often focus on getting that first episode recorded and published. Yet there is another very crucial part: marketing! Most people are familiar with Facebook. It's one of the most widely-used social media sites. With a whopping 2.912 billion users, the opportunity is limitless, right? The results are clear: Facebook marketing is considered one of the most effective ways to get grow your podcast.After considering all that, the most important question now is, how will you manage to accomplish it? That’s where Ann Kristine A. Peñaredondo comes in! In this episode, she walks us through everything we need to know about Facebook Marketing, the ins and outs. In addition, she will guide us with advice on how we will be able to use it to maximize the growth of our podcast.Enjoy listening! If you want to chat more about this topic, I would love to continue this conversation with you, over twitter @realmikosantos!About the Guest:Ann Kristine A. Peñaredondo is a Facebook Marketing Strategist, published author, speaker, and podcast host.Ann, as she is most fondly called, has managed and grew Facebook Pages of top brands in shopping malls, lingerie, dairy, boutique hotel, and luxury furniture, as well as authors and experts in business, food, health, and education. Ann has created contagious content, ensured the smooth running of contests, and engaged fans in a conversation about the brands. With her Facebook Advertising skills, Ann also ran advertising campaigns for government, IoT, and coaches, with over US$20,000.00 optimized total campaign budget.Ann hosts of Pin To Top, a podcast for Entrepreneurs and Experts who would like to get help doing Facebook Marketing and gain excellent business ideas. She has interviewed the Philippine's Online Marketing Guru, Jomar Hilario, Brew Interactive Managing Director & best-selling author Marcus Ho, King of Outsourcing Jeff J Hunter, and serial entrepreneur & copywriter Perry Belcher.In this episode, we cover:What is the importance of Facebook Marketing for early-stage podcasters? Do you know what “Customer Avatar” is? Ann will explain the real meaning of it and how it will help you grow your podcast by identifying your own customer avatar. Boosted vs Normal ads – we will have a talk about their differences and what should you do depending on the circumstances of your podcast. Is email list/marketing dead? Ann will highlight the importance of email in terms of growing your podcast and how it will help you consistently gain an audience. Ann will talk about her podcast “Pin to Top”, its unique aspect, and the biggest impact it made to her business.Support the show on Patreon to continue to bring you quality content. Go Here.Connect with Ann Kristine A. Peñaredondo here:LinkedInWebsitePodcastEmail: chiefofideas@annkristine.comFacebookResources and... Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Podcasts have skyrocketed in the past few years and are starting to change the way we consume information. It has now become a great way to grow an audience for your business too. With the number of podcasts increasing, aspiring podcasters sometimes wonder if there's still space for them. Even though the audience of podcast listeners is growing exponentially, there are so many podcasts now that it is getting harder to grow an audience. This is why you have to make sure your podcast has a unique focus that makes it stand out. However, the question is, how will you do this? Exactly how will you leverage your podcast and maximize your potential? This is where Michelle Abaraham of Amplifyou Network comes in! In this episode, she will walk us through the know-how on how you will be able to bring out your talent and uniqueness to the world of podcasting. Enjoy listening! If you want to chat more about this topic, I would love to continue this conversation with you, over twitter @realmikosantos!About the Guest:Michelle Abraham is an international speaker,  Podcast Producer and voted #14 of the top 50 Moms in Podcasting  in 2020 and 2021 and Entrepreneur of the Year 2021. Michelle is the Category Director for Kids and Family for Podcast Magazine and is also the host of Blissful Parenting Podcast. Michelle is the Founder of Amplifyou. Her and her family live off the grid on the boat access side of a lake. You'll find Michelle driving her kids to the school bus by boat or jet ski all while running a 100% online multi 6 figure business!In this episode, we cover:Does an aspiring podcaster still have room to succeed in the podcasting industry? Michelle will give us valuable insights about our ever growing industry. What is a niche and customer avatar in the podcasting world? Michelle will explain these terms and how it can help you leverage your podcast. How not to “Pod Fade”? Michelle will share some tips and tricks on how to maintain your podcast even with your super busy schedule. Do you really need a podcast producer? Michelle will highlight the importance of having an expert to help with your podcasting journey. What is the future of podcasting? Miko and Michelle will talk about the future of podcasting, the innovations, and how it will continue growing in the future.Connect with Michelle Elise Abraham here:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/michelleeabraham/?originalSubdomain=caWebsite: https://www.amplifyounetwork.com/Email:  michelle@amplifyou.caFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/AMPLIFYOU.ca/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/amplifyou.ca/Resources and links mentioned in this episode: Get your free Harness the Power of Podcasting Ebook Join the Podcast Creators Society Community to connect with other... Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Have you ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes to create your favorite podcast? You are not alone. Many times we assume it's a simple process of hitting record and then upload, but creating a podcast is far from simple.In this episode, we will be talking with Pariya Taherzadeh-Desovski, a multi-award-winning audio producer. She will share with us what never giving up means, and how rejection will make us stronger to get to the next place. To all aspiring Podcast Producers who are having a hard time onboarding a client and to all aspiring Podcasters who want to share their voices, we also got your back! Pariya will guide us through how Podcast Producers can gain their clients and how aspiring Podcasters can do a DIY podcast. Enjoy listening! If you want to chat more about this topic, I would love to continue this conversation with you, over twitter @realmikosantos!About the Guest:Pariya Taherzadeh-Desovski is a multi-award winning audio producer. She received a Gold Prize in the History category, together with a Silver in Social Issues for her audio documentary 'Escape From Iran', at the New York Festival Radio Awards in 2020. Because of this amazing feat, She had the pleasure of being an AFTRS guest lecturer and mentor to students in the MAS Documentary course, as well as the Postgraduate Radio and Podcasting course.With extensive experience in the audio industry, She had taken on a variety of different roles - this being an executive producer for Netflix's new podcast, 'Lived It', EP for Finder.com's new podcast 'Two Broke Chicks', sound designer for 'The Trap', and features producer for ABC's podcast 'Days Like These', just to name a few. In this episode, we cover:Escape From Iran – Pariya will share her challenging  journey to success.What is the role of a Podcast Producer? During the conversation, Pariya will illuminate the work that each producer does.Is it possible to make a DIY podcast? Pariya shares very inspiring tips on how you can effectively produce your own podcast. The rainbow after the rain: Miko and Pariya talk about the good effect of COVID in podcasting space. Failure is not a failure – Pariya gives inspiring advise to freelancers who want to pursue their career choice. Connect with Pariya Taherzadeh-Desovski here:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pariya-taherzadeh-5a0328109/?originalSubdomain=auWebsite: https://www.pariya.com.au/Email:  talent@pariya.comResources and links mentioned in this episode: Get your free Harness the Power of Podcasting Ebook Join the Podcast Creators Society Community to connect with other Podcasters and service providers andVisit our Youtube and Facebook Channel for the Video version of the podcast. Get 30 % off for the first three months of Zencastr Professional Account. Visit Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Have you ever dreamed of starting your own podcast? Have you ever felt the urge to share your story with the world, or to connect with like-minded people on a deeper level? If so, then you're not alone. Starting a podcast is no easy feat - it takes time, effort, and a lot of hard work.The dream of having your own podcast is a strong one. The ability to share your voice with the world, engage with interesting people, and build a community around your interests is appealing. Well, the good news is that you don't have to go it alone. Niklas Hildebrand founded Audry, a platform that can help podcasters connect with each other. Collaborating with others can help make your dream a reality. In this episode, we'll explore the struggles of every aspiring podcaster and how collaboration can help you overcome them. So if you're ready to take your podcasting aspirations to the next level, enjoy listening!If you want to chat more about this topic, I would love to continue this conversation with you, over on Podcast Creators Society FB Page !About the Guest:Niklas Hildebrand, Co-Founder of Audry, whether you’re a seasoned podcaster or just starting out, collaboration is the key to reaching your goals. That’s why at Audry, we bring hosts together to help them grow their audiences and find new ways to communicate.You’re the creator, so on their platform, you’re in control. They don’t tell you what to do – They just give you what you need to develop your ideas and reach your full potential.In this episode, we cover:What is Audry? Niklas explains why it's a must-have platform for every podcaster, including beginners and experts.  How important is collaboration when it comes to podcasting? Niklas reveals how it can greatly improve your podcast. Is podcast guesting the only way to help you grow your podcast? Niklas explains the highly effective ways how to improve your listenership. What is the core problem of the podcasting industry? Niklas reveals the struggles of every podcaster. Do you need expensive equipment before you can start your podcasting journey? Niklas explains how you can use your current equipment to quickstart your journey. Support the show on Patreon to continue to bring you quality content. Go Here.Resources and links mentioned in this episode: Visit Audry website Connect with Niklas Hildebrand on LinkedInGet your free Harness the Power of Podcasting Ebook Join the Podcast Creators Society Community to connect with other Podcasters and service providers andVisit our Youtube and Facebook Channel for the Video version of the podcast. Get 30 % off for the first three months of Zencastr Professional Account. Visit Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Anyone who has ever tried to manage a podcast knows that it can be a difficult task. There are a number of things to take into account if you want to succeed as a podcast manager. From scheduling guest appearances to making sure the audio quality is up to par.In this episode, we will hear the awesome and inspiring journey of the two experts in Podcast Management, Ma Cecilia Mercado and Eloisa Almonicido the founders of The Valuepod Productions. They will share with us the tips and tricks behind podcast production.If you want to chat more about this topic, I would love to continue this conversation with you, over on Podcast Creators Society FB Page !About the Guest:Ma Cecilia Mercado, Podcast Producer and Founder of ValuePOD Productions. She helps businesses and brands effortlessly launch, distribute and grow their podcast turning listeners into paying clients.Eloisa Almonicido, CO-Founder of ValuePOD Productions, CEO of Severs Media, Helps podcasters with signature programs increase their student enrollment rate through podcast guesting.In this episode, we cover:Ce and Eloisa's story of their arduous journey before realizing what they were meant to do - manage podcasts.Find out how the two discovered their own niche despite the busy life of being a mother and eventually became their gas to bring out the fire in their belly. Is a mentor or a coach really needed if you want to succeed in your career? Their realizations about the pandemic and what made them even more successful despite the obstacles. Highly effective and proven tips and tricks from the two experts on how to succeed as a podcast producer/manager. Resources and links mentioned in this episode: Get your free Harness the Power of Podcasting Ebook Join the Podcast Creators Society Community to connect with other Podcasters and service providers andVisit our Youtube and Facebook Channel for the Video version of the podcast. Get 30 % off for the first three months of Zencastr Professional Account. Visit https://zencastr.com/pricing?coupon=thatpodcastexchange&fpr=1s26a or Promo code: thatpodcastexchange Are there hurdles stopping you from growing your podcast? Want to grow your audience through podcast guesting and booking guests but are too busy for this? We got you! We offer a concierge-level podcast guest management service. We've done all the heavy lifting so you don't have to. We are here to listen. Book a call with us Connect with Ce and Eloisa here: FacebookWebsiteInstagram Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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