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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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One of podcaster creators’ ultimate dreams is to grow a following that will stay with them for the long haul. And a way to do this is to create a cohesive community.In this episode, we talked with Arielle Nissenblatt about her thoughts on community-building and how podcasters can leverage it to thrive in the podcasting industry. Listen in and learn from Arielle how you can nurture and give value to your community and how having a community can make your podcast sustainable. All these and a handful of advice that you shouldn’t miss from a successful podcast community manager.What we learned from Arielle in this episode:How an avid consumer of podcasts gave birth to the Earbuds Podcast Collective communityWhat opportunities in advertising and monetization podcasters can tap into even if they don’t have a large followingWhy a cohesive community is an essential element in podcasting.How podcasts can be an effective medium of education.Quotes:"Know about the other podcasts in your niche not because it's a bad thing, but because it's an opportunity for collaboration."About the Guest:Arielle Nissenblatt is the founder of Earbuds Podcast Collective, a podcast listening movement that allows its members to curate a podcast theme recommendation with five podcast episodes each week and sends it through a newsletter.  The idea came to Arielle in 2017 while she was stuck in the usual LA traffic, realizing that podcasts are what gets her through the daily traffic and wanting to expand the repertoire of her weekly listening list. The lack of podcasts to listen to led her to solicit her friends’ recommendations until it grew into a movement. Arielle is also the community manager of Squadcast.fm, an all-in-one remote recording platform that helps podcasters record video and audio in studio quality. Inside the SquadCast community, Arielle makes sure that people love Squadcast beyond the time they are using it to record their podcast and see SquadCast as a community they can learn about podcasting.Arielle’s goal is to create a podcast community where audio lovers can create, ask questions, collaborate, and most importantly, listen.  Timestamps:02:00 Arielle started The Earbuds Podcast Collective five years ago….04:13 Different ways early-stage podcasters can make their podcast viable for advertisers06:33 Ways to monetize your podcast even if you have less than 2000 downloads09:15 The reciprocity that happens inside a community and how it can work for both the podcast and the community members.11:10 Choosing the best platform for the type of community that you have17:23 The reason people show up and interact as a community is what will make a strong and cohesive community that benefits both the podcast and its community.17:23 Arielle hopes that in the future, podcasting will not just be a medium for entertainment but also as a platform to be adopted for education.19:10 Arielle’s advice to people who want to get on board with podcasting is to listen to other podcasts in their niche, see the opportunity to collaborate instead of thinking of them as a deterrent to their growth.Resources & Links mentioned:Connect with Arielle on Twitter: https://twitter.com/arithisandthat Join the EarBuds Podcast Collective community at https://www.earbudspodcastcollective.org/ Join the SquadCast.fm community at https://www.facebook.com/SquadCastFM/community As podcast creators and professionals, we believe that we are stronger together as a community. Join the movement - http://podfiestacommunity.org/ Are you looking to start your journey in podcasting but not sure how? We got you! Everything you need to know in launching and growing your podcast is here. Sign up to access our FREE training here: http://www.kangaroofern.com/freecourse   Are there hurdles stopping you from growing your podcast? We are here to listen. Book a call with us at www.kangaroofern.com/booknowHelp us create more interesting and valuable content by supporting our partners: Our Partners - KangarooFern Media Lab More about That Podcast Exchange :We invited experts who are on the top of their game to insightful conversations that deconstruct strategies to give you the tools, tactics, and tricks you need to achieve your dream goal.This podcast is powered by Kangaroofern, Australia's Independent Podcast Management Company.Thanks so much for listening to our podcast!If you enjoyed this episode, be sure to subscribe so you'll be notified when a new episode is posted in the Apple podcast, Google podcast, Spotify, Stitcher or via RSS. If you think others could benefit from listening, please share it on your socials.You can also subscribe to the podcast app on your mobile device. If you found value in this episode, leave us an Apple Podcast review.  Ratings and reviews from our listeners are extremely valuable to us and greatly appreciated. They help our podcast rank higher on Apple Podcasts and expose our show to more awesome listeners like you. If you have a minute, please leave an honest review of Apple Podcasts.  Do you have some feedback or questions about this episode? Leave a note in the comment section below!★ Support this podcast ★
Summary:Are you a noob in podcast audio editing or simply an early stage podcaster doing things on your own? If yes, don’t miss this episode.Don’t let hiccups and hurdles dishearten you. Instead, ask yourself, how can I make this process better? This is the advice that Podcast Chief Producer of Pikkal & Co., K Bharat has for you. Letting things get in your way leads you to podfading, and lose the chance to put your message out there.Listen to this episode for all these golden nuggets from K Bharat’s experience and more valuable advice on the technical stuff of podcasting. In this episode, we discussed: What the essence of podcasting is, the impact that it creates on listeners and how it creates a sense of purpose and motivation. Why content and marketing are important in planning your podcast besides having high-quality equipment and technical knowledge. Why having a good microphone and optimal recording station is a must in podcasting. Audio editing tools K Bharat would recommend to early-stage podcasters. About the Guest:K Bharat is the Chief Producer of award-winning podcast agency, Pikkal & Co. He is a self-confessed audio fanatic whose exposure to audio and media as a Mass Comm student in RMIT became his unfair advantage to learning audio editing. On his first day at work, he was handed a mixer, taught how to use a microphone and given eight hours to learn audio editing. Fair enough, he pulled it through, producing his first show, Pitch Deck Asia. Some of his notable podcasts productions include Sounds of Our City, Radio DDC and Asia Tech Podcast. Today, K Bharat has over 1500 episodes produced under his sleeves and is also the host of Magic Mic Podcast where he interviews podcasters about their stories and journey in podcasting.Timestamps:01:30 How K Bharath started in the Podcasting industry03:11 How K Bharath became a self-taught audio engineer04:14 How to make podcasts sound professional and stand out in terms of audio quality06:23 The proper way to use a microphone09:48 Audio editing tool recommendations11:20 Things to consider when planning your podcast14:04 The story of Magic Mic podcast15:49 What motivates K Bharath each day17:22 Podcasting in the Asian market19:29 K Bharath's advice to early-stage podcastersResources & Links mentioned: Connect with K Bharat on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bharathk17/      Reach out to K Bharat at kb@pikkal.com  Listen to Magic Mic podcast - https://open.spotify.com/show/4k8OmtaQfF6xrXp9BOxOaq  As podcast creators and professionals, we believe that we are stronger together as a community. Join the movement - https://podfiesta.org/  Are you looking to start your journey in podcasting but not sure how? We got you! Sign up to access our FREE training. Everything you need to know in launching and growing your podcast is here.Are there hurdles stopping you from growing your podcast? We are here to listen. Book a call with us at www.kangaroofern.com/booknow More about That Podcast Exchange :We invited experts who are on the top of their game to insightful conversations that deconstruct strategies to give you the tools, tactics, and tricks you need to achieve your dream goal.This podcast is powered by Kangaroofern, Australia's Independent Podcast Management Company.Thanks so much for listening to our podcast!If you enjoyed this episode, be sure to subscribe so you'll be notified when a new episode is posted in the Apple podcast, Google podcast, Spotify, Stitcher or via RSS. If you think others could benefit from listening, please share it on your socials.You can also subscribe to the podcast app on your mobile device. If you found value in this episode, leave us an Apple Podcast review.  Ratings and reviews from our listeners are extremely valuable to us and greatly appreciated. They help our podcast rank higher on Apple Podcasts and expose our show to more awesome listeners like you. If you have a minute, please leave an honest review of Apple Podcasts.  Do you have some feedback or questions about this episode? Leave a note in the comment section below!★ Support this podcast ★
Are you a podcaster in Asia or aspiring to be one?If you’re an aspiring podcaster on this side of the world, the potential of your message being listened to is not far-fetched. Norman Chella differentiates the podcast market in Asia, the role of culture and how it can put you to an advantage. The proliferation of podcasts in western countries is beginning to happen in Asia. There are tons of opportunities in new genres, monetization and new investments. You don’t need to overthink starting a podcast, even if you’re in Asia. Norman tells you why (35:10). Listen to this episode for an insider view on the Asian podcasting scene from the person who has been immersed in the Asian podcast market long enough - Norman Chella.What we learned from Norman in this episode: Potential opportunities that can be harnessed in Asian podcasting in terms of genres to explore, monetization, investments and buyouts. How does the Asian podcasting ecosystem differ from the West and what makes Asian podcasts thrive? How culture plays a role in the Asian podcasting scene The state of censorship on Asian podcasts. About the Guest:Norman Chella is a natural storyteller. He wrote short stories, fiction and sci-fi. He also published them in Quora, where he answered questions in a fun narrative way. He also attended prose and poetry meetups. That was where he was introduced to the first podcast episode he listened to that changed the trajectory of his creative pursuit. He shied away from a story writing competition but visualized his story being produced in audio format; that was how his first episode in Temper Fables was born. His journey as a serial podcast producer has continued since then.Norman is the host of Podlovers Asia, RoamFM, AntiFool, Tempered Fables podcasts and Chief of Business Development at Renegade Radio, Malaysia's Premium Podcasting Network, a company that provides podcasting services such as production, marketing, consulting, coaching, speaking, etc.Norman is also a memory and speed-reading coach to high-performance students and a digital marketer specializing in content and outreach. Timestamps:02:23 How it all started for Norman Chella in Podcasting07:03 Is Hindi the second widely used language in Podcasting next to English?10:26 Trends, new platforms and opportunities in the Asian Podcasting space?15:08 The state of censorship in the Asian podcast setting23:02 Is the Asian podcasting market saturated?26:35 Are YouTube content creators moving into the podcasting space, and is it good or bad?30:40 How is Spotify likely to do podcast buyouts in Asia?34:01 Norman’s advice for people looking to start their podcastHow to connect with Norman:Twitter: @NormanChella    Email: norman@rngdr.comhttps://normanchella.com/https://thatsthenorm.com/ Resources and links mentioned in this episode:Renegade RadioRoam FMTempered FablesThis is NormAntiFoolQuoraMemory PalaceNate diMeoBlue YetiJames CridlandAbhishek BaxiPodlovers AsiaYouTubeSpotifyJoe RoganCall Her DaddyAlex CooperNPR As podcast creators and professionals, we believe that we are stronger together as a community. Join the movement! Are you looking to start your journey in podcasting but not sure how? We got you! Sign up to access our FREE training. Everything you need to know in launching and growing your podcast is here. More about That Podcast Exchange :We invited experts who are on the top of their game to insightful conversations that deconstruct strategies to give you the tools, tactics, and tricks you need to achieve your dream goal.This podcast is powered by Kangaroofern, Australia's Independent Podcast Management Company.Thanks so much for listening to our podcast!If you enjoyed this episode, be sure to subscribe so you'll be notified when a new episode is posted in the Apple podcast, Google podcast, Spotify, Stitcher or via RSS. If you think others could benefit from listening, please share it on your socials.You can also subscribe to the podcast app on your mobile device. If you found value in this episode, leave us an Apple Podcast review.  Ratings and reviews from our listeners are extremely valuable to us and greatly appreciated. They help our podcast rank higher on Apple Podcasts and expose our show to more awesome listeners like you. If you have a minute, please leave an honest review of Apple Podcasts.  Do you have some feedback or questions about this episode? Leave a note in the comment section below!✤Support this Podcast✤★ Support this podcast ★
On-demand content is the future as more people continue to embrace podcasts. What is happening to the podcasting industry? Should you care about the dynamics?In this episode, we talk to James Cridland, an editor at podnews.net, writer, and consultant. Kindly tune in to listen to how he generated his business idea and the various dynamics in the podcast industry.[02:29] How did you come up with the idea of podnews.net[04:13] Do you think radio is the future, or it can be correlated with podcasting[05:57] What is happening to podcasting today, and why should you care?[08:21] What do you think is happening in the podcasting industry. What is in for you and me?[10:41] What is your advice to people or businesses thinking of starting a podcast business in 2021?[12:35] Do you need to have passion for your podcast niche?About the GuestJames Cridland is Editor of Podnews, a daily podcast newsletter. He is a radio futurologist - a writer, consultant and public speaker on radio’s future.James has worked in audio since 1989 as an award-winning copywriter, radio presenter, and internet strategist.He launched the world’s first streaming radio smartphone app in March 2005, for the original Virgin Radio in London, launching daily podcasts earlier that year. He's since worked for the BBC and radio stations across the world.Resources and links mentioned in this episode: Connect with  James Cridland Visit his website at podnews.net For the latest news on Podcast, Please check Podnews Support us with our podcast, Buy me a Coffee Hack your way to 10k Podcast downloads? Click here Join Podfiest Community to connect with other Podcasters and like-minded people. Are you ready to finally start your own podcast? Maybe you already have one but need a podcast manager to help you level up. We’re here for either.  Book Now 🎙 Listen to the showMain RSS feed -  https://pod.link/1593159670The Filipinotastic : https://pod.link/1587130138That Podcast Exchange: https://pod.link/1526604757Bootstrap Podcast: https://pod.link/1543131918Tribe Podcast : https://pod.link/1537877302Here are the ways to work with us here at Kangaroofern Media Lab🎬 FREE PODCAST COURSE: Podfiesta Academy: https://bit.ly/freepodmasterclass⚡️ Join our Community: https://podfiesta.org/community🚀  TOOLS AND SERVICES I RECOMMEND:My favorite tagging, channel growth, and management tool for YouTubers► Download TubeBuddy Free Today! ➜ https://www.tubebuddy.com/kangaroofern► Download  VidIQ ➜  https://vidiq.com/kangaroofern► Inside Youtube Creators : https://bit.ly/youtubecreators🎵 WHERE WE FIND OUR MUSIC:  Epidemic Sound ➜  https://bit.ly/epidemicsound1OUR REMOTE RECORDING SOFTWARESZencastr -  https://bit.ly/zencastr1Squadcast -  https://bit.ly/squadcast1Riverside.fm -  https://bit.ly/riversidefm1Buzzsprout - https://bit.ly/buzz_sprout1OUR PODCAST APPS WE ARE USINGVidyard -  https://bit.ly/vidyard1Bonjoro - https://bit.ly/bonjoro1Canva - https://bit.ly/canva_pro1Soundsnap - https://bit.ly/soundsnap1Podcast Page - https://bit.ly/Podcastpage1ConvertKit - https://bit.ly/convertkit_1Descript - https://bit.ly/descript1Transistor fm - https://bit.ly/transistor_1Trello - https://bit.ly/trelloapps1And Co - https://bit.ly/andco_1Headliner - https://bit.ly/headliner_1More 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.This podcast is  powered by Kangaroofern, Australia's Independent Podcast Management Company.Thanks so much for listening to our podcast! If you enjoyed this episode, be sure to subscribe. So, you'll be notified when a new episode is posted in Apple podcast, Google podcast, Spotify, Stitcher, or via RSS . and think that others could benefit from listening, please share it using the social media buttons on this page. You can also subscribe to the podcast app on your mobile device.  If you found value in this episode, Leave us an Apple Podcast review Ratings and reviews from our listeners are extremely valuable to us and greatly appreciated.  They help our podcast rank higher on Apple Podcasts, which exposes our show to more awesome listeners like you.  If you have a minute, please leave an honest review of Apple Podcasts.  Do you have some feedback or questions about this episode? Leave a note in the comment section below!★ Support this podcast ★
With the global pandemic, people are looking for alternatives to get an extra coin and Freelancing is the answer. How do you start and develop your career as a freelancer? What are the safety measures in place to ensure you are not defrauded?In our episode, we speak to Rasool Muttalib, the founder of belancer.com, a fast-rising freelancing website, an author, and a successful entrepreneur with over twenty years of experience in Fintech. Kindly tune in to learn more about Freelancing and successful entrepreneurship strategies.What we discuss with Rasool Muttalib in today’s episode:·         [02:46] What benefits of using a freelancer instead of direct hire for a start-up business?·         [05.01]How do you start in the freelancing industry?·         [08:33] What types of people should consider doing Freelancing?·         [17:52] What options are available in case the business owner intends to defraud a freelancer?·         [29:02] What other things do you look for in good entrepreneurs or the red flags that make one a bad entrepreneur?·         [31:34] What skill do you look for in a mentor or someone you would like to work under?About the GuestRasool is a 20-year technologist, fortune 500 fintech VP, he authored a book back in 2016 titled "What's Your Coffee Strategy?" (5-Stars on Amazon) outlining a blueprint for building relationships and creating value to accelerate careers and businesses. And he recently founded belancing.com - one of the fastest-growing freelancing platforms. The major differentiator with belancing.com is the focus on providing a high-touch high-quality experience in comparison to some of the larger platforms - think Chic-Fil-A to McDonald's/Burger King. Belancing.com is not over-crowded and will become a major player in the freelancing space in the coming years.Resources and links mentioned in this episode: Connect with Rasool on Instagram Visit his website at belancing.com For the latest news on Podcast, Please check Podnews Support us with our podcast, Buy me a Coffee Hack your way to 10k Podcast downloads? Click here Join Podfiest Community to connect with other Podcasters and like-minded people. Are you ready to finally start your own podcast? Maybe you already have one but need a podcast manager to help you level up. We’re here for either.  Book Now 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.This podcast is  powered by Kangaroofern, Australia's Independent Podcast Management Company.Thanks so much for listening to our podcast! If you enjoyed this episode, be sure to subscribe. So, you'll be notified when a new episode is posted in Apple podcast, Google podcast, Spotify, Stitcher, or via RSS . and think that others could benefit from listening, please share it using the social media buttons on this page. You can also subscribe to the podcast app on your mobile device.  If you found value in this episode, Leave us an Apple Podcast review Ratings and reviews from our listeners are extremely valuable to us and greatly appreciated.  They help our podcast rank higher on Apple Podcasts, which exposes our show to more awesome listeners like you.  If you have a minute, please leave an honest review of Apple Podcasts.  Do you have some feedback or questions about this episode? Leave a note in the comment section below!★ Support this podcast ★
Every entrepreneur looks for tips to yield a higher return on investment. Digital marketing is one of the strategies to build your own personal brand and increase revenue.  How do you identify your target market, clarify your message to your target audience and generate more qualified leads?What we discuss with Prosper Tarunvinga  in today’s episode:       In today’s episode, we speak to Prosper Taruvinga, a digital marketing expert and creator of Livelong DigitalMarketing. Tune in to listen to how an accident turned out to be the best move of his life and tips to successful digital marketing strategies. What we discuss with Prosper Taruvinga  in today’s episode:  How did you conceptualize Livelong digital? What were the frustrations of starting your own business?  How do you engage your audience so that you get more leads to your business?  How to build a strong online reputation that leads to good revenue  Is it right to combine your personal branding and business branding? Will they affect each other or help each other  Is Email Marketing still relevant to business owners?   How to start and grow a business that is profitable and enjoyable amidst this pandemic About the GuestFounder and Digital Marketing Consultant at Livelong Digital PTY Ltd. Creator of the ONLINE PROSPERITY BLUEPRINT. A 4-step system that helps small business owners to market, brand and scale their business so that they have a business that’s profitable and enjoyable.Resources and links mentioned in this episode: Connect with Prosper on Instagram, Linkedin and Facebook Visit his website at https://livelongdigital.com.au How to win friends and influence people by Dale Carrnagie. The Golden Circle, Start with Why video by Simon Sinek. Are you Australia/NZ Startups or Entrepreneurs wanted to share your experiences so that others can learn? Contact us to be a guest. Support us our mission, click here Do you want to get exclusive content? Be a Premium member, click here Join the Free Rebounce Australia Community to connect with other Entrepreneurs. Check our Reddit Community, Click here Help the companies that support us , click here Are you ready to finally start your own podcast? Maybe you already have one but need a podcast manager to help you level up. We’re here for either.  Book Now 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.This podcast is  powered by Kangaroofern, Australia's Independent Podcast Management Company.Thanks so much for listening to our podcast! If you enjoyed this episode, be sure to subscribe. So, you'll be notified when a new episode is posted in Apple podcast, Google podcast, Spotify, Stitcher, or via RSS . and think that others could benefit from listening, please share it using the social media buttons on this page. You can also subscribe to the podcast app on your mobile device.  If you found value in this episode, Leave us an Apple Podcast review Ratings and reviews from our listeners are extremely valuable to us and greatly appreciated.  They help our podcast rank higher on Apple Podcasts, which exposes our show to more awesome listeners like you.  If you have a minute, please leave an honest review of Apple Podcasts.  Do you have some feedback or questions about this episode? Leave a note in the comment section below!★ Support this podcast ★
There has been a major shift in our daily routines amidst the covid-19 pandemic. More than ever, most people have embraced online gigs. In this episode, we speak to Steve Stewart, a professional podcast editor who accidentally found himself in this career but established his niche in it.  How do you make a career out of podcast editing amidst the pandemic? Is it hard, or does it require some technicalities or prior experience?Tune in and listen as our guest shares his podcast editing journey and success tips as a podcast editor.What we discuss with Steve Stewart  in today’s episode: [02:19] What it takes to make a career out of podcast editing. Is it hard?[04:54] Why do we need to hire a podcast editor rather than the Artificial Intelligence softwares?[07:32] Best resources that can help you in podcast editing[09:40] Advice to any podcaster changing their career into podcast editing[12:16] How do you start podcast editing?[16:17] Recommendations on creating your community as a podcast editor: Is it good to have one? About the Guest Steve Stewart launched his own podcast in 2010 to help market the financial coaching business he was growing, but gave it all up in 2015 when a couple personal finance bloggers wanted help producing their own podcast. Today, Steve produces more than 20 weekly shows, including *Plutus Award Winning podcasts such as the Stacking Benjamins Show, Afford Anything, and Popcorn Finance.He also created the Podcast Editors Club in 2017, which has over 7,000 members and co-created the Podcast Editor Academy - a membership site with tons of resources for other podcast editors.Resources and links mentioned in this episode: Connect with Steve on Twitter, Facebook and Linkedin For the latest news on Podcast, Please check Podnews Support us with our podcast, Buy me a Coffee Hack your way to 10k Podcast downloads? Click here Join Podfiest Community to connect with other Podcasters and like-minded people. Are you ready to finally start your own podcast? Maybe you already have one but need a podcast manager to help you level up. We’re here for either.  Book Now 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.This podcast is  powered by Kangaroofern, Australia's Independent Podcast Management Company.Thanks so much for listening to our podcast! If you enjoyed this episode, be sure to subscribe. So, you'll be notified when a new episode is posted in Apple podcast, Google podcast, Spotify, Stitcher, or via RSS . and think that others could benefit from listening, please share it using the social media buttons on this page. You can also subscribe to the podcast app on your mobile device.  If you found value in this episode, Leave us an Apple Podcast review Ratings and reviews from our listeners are extremely valuable to us and greatly appreciated.  They help our podcast rank higher on Apple Podcasts, which exposes our show to more awesome listeners like you.  If you have a minute, please leave an honest review of Apple Podcasts.  Do you have some feedback or questions about this episode? Leave a note in the comment section below!★ Support this podcast ★
What is 2 comma SMM blueprint? In this episode, Dennice Madrid, founder of the nice thing about Digital shares with us the steps that we can do to make more leads to our business She also said with the right knowledge and tools Facebook is a powerful tool to grow your business by scheduled, show you the best time to retargeting your customers at the level of awareness that you have in your products. What we discuss with Dennice Madrid in today’s episode:·         [7:32] What is a transformational coach?·         [10:20] How can we attract more leads or clients?·          [13:24 ] What is your advice for budget-minded entrepreneurs on FB ads?·         [17:09] How to build a strong reputation and revenue ·         [20:09] Why niching down is important? Thanks so much for listening to our podcast! If you enjoyed this episode, be sure to subscribe. So, you'll be notified when a new episode is posted in Apple podcast, Google podcast, Spotify, Stitcher, or via RSS . and think that others could benefit from listening, please share it using the social media buttons on this page. You can also subscribe to the podcast app on your mobile device.  If you found value in this episode, Leave us an Apple Podcast review Ratings and reviews from our listeners are extremely valuable to us and greatly appreciated.  They help our podcast rank higher on Apple Podcasts, which exposes our show to more awesome listeners like you.  If you have a minute, please leave an honest review of Apple Podcasts.  Do you have some feedback or questions about this episode? Leave a note in the comment section below! if you have any questions, feel free to reach out to us. And if you want to know more check out www.thatcreativexchange.com Full show notes : ★ Support this podcast ★
Why Storytelling is important if you starting your own Podcast  In this episode, Erik Cabral, founder of  Podmax tells us storytelling is critical in terms of engagement. He said you want people to be interested and listen to your show and it’s not engaging in term of relatability and they don’t find it within the first 30 seconds of your show then they’re out. What we discuss with Erik Cabral in today’s episode: [03:45] What is PodMax?[10:28  Why storytelling is important in Podcasting?[13:43] Why do you need to start your podcasting now?[18:31] How to overcome your setback in Podcasting?[22:07] Why Podcasting is growing? Thanks so much for listening to our podcast! If you enjoyed this episode, be sure to subscribe. So, you'll be notified when a new episode is posted in Apple podcast, Google podcast, Spotify, Stitcher, or via RSS . and think that others could benefit from listening, please share it using the social media buttons on this page. You can also subscribe to the podcast app on your mobile device.  If you found value in this episode, Leave us an Apple Podcast review Ratings and reviews from our listeners are extremely valuable to us and greatly appreciated.  They help our podcast rank higher on Apple Podcasts, which exposes our show to more awesome listeners like you.  If you have a minute, please leave an honest review of Apple Podcasts.  Do you have some feedback or questions about this episode? Leave a note in the comment section below! if you have any questions, feel free to reach out to us. And if you want to know more check out www.insidejobpodcast.com   Full show notes : https://insidejobpodcast.com/episode18 ★ Support this podcast ★
Do you want to create a meaning full content?  In this episode, Kia Abrera, the founder and CEO of Braveworks, Inc shared with us the power of Authenticity.  Why she believe that when we create or allow ourselves to create something better and we allow ourselves to be brave and start creating  not just for our own benefits but benefits of everybody else.  What we discuss with Kia Abrera in today’s episode:·        [09:41 ] Why Video marketing is important with Small Business·        [13:09] Is personal Brand and Business should interconnect?·        [20:59 ] How powerful is  authenticity·        [23:16] Why storytelling is important in video marketing?·        [26:09] Be Brave and true to yourself ·        [33:45] How to overcome your Imposter Syndrome?  Thanks so much for listening to our podcast! If you enjoyed this episode, be sure to subscribe. So, you'll be notified when a new episode is posted in the Apple podcast, Google podcast, Spotify, Stitcher, or via RSS . and think that others could benefit from listening, please share it using the social media buttons on this page. You can also subscribe to the podcast app on your mobile device.  If you found value in this episode, Leave us an Apple Podcast review Ratings and reviews from our listeners are extremely valuable to us and greatly appreciated.  They help our podcast rank higher on Apple Podcasts, which exposes our show to more awesome listeners like you.  If you have a minute, please leave an honest review of Apple Podcasts.  Do you have some feedback or questions about this episode? Leave a note in the comment section below! if you have any questions, feel free to reach out to us. And if you want to know more check out www.insidejobpodcast.com   Full show notes: https://insidejobpodcast.com/episode16 ★ Support this podcast ★
 Do you want to become a live streamer? In this episode, Irene Chan, founder and host of Productive Popcorn Podcast and Livestream, tells us the journey of live streaming and why writers need to start live streaming. She tells us the importance of video marketing to a business, how we can handle nasty comments during live streaming and, how to turn our live streaming into a podcast. She also explains how we can draw viewers to our live stream and the easy way to make money from live streaming. Irene also shares her story on how she became a live streamer during the pandemic. What we discuss with Irene Chan in today’s episode:·        [06:16] Why writers need to start a live streaming·        [07:44] Advice to people passionate about writing and video producing·        [11:33] Importance of video marketing to a business·        [13:30] Recommendations for people pursuing live streaming.·        [15:46] Is live streaming just a fad?·        [19:59] How to handle nasty comments during live streaming.·        [21:22] Overview of Productive Popcorn Podcast·        [23:17] Most unexpected surprise during Iren’s podcast journey·        [25:48] How to turn your live stream into a podcast·        [27:32] How to draw viewers to your live stream.·        [31:14] Easiest way to make money from live streaming.·        [34:22] Best webcam for live streaming. Thanks so much for listening to our podcast! If you enjoyed this episode, be sure to subscribe. So, you'll be notified when a new episode is posted in Apple podcast, Google podcast, Spotify, Stitcher, or via RSS . and think that others could benefit from listening, please share it using the social media buttons on this page. You can also subscribe to the podcast app on your mobile device.  If you found value in this episode, Leave us an Apple Podcast review Ratings and reviews from our listeners are extremely valuable to us and greatly appreciated.  They help our podcast rank higher on Apple Podcasts, which exposes our show to more awesome listeners like you.  If you have a minute, please leave an honest review of Apple Podcasts.  Do you have some feedback or questions about this episode? Leave a note in the comment section below! if you have any questions, feel free to reach out to us. And if you want to know more check out www.insidejobpodcast.com   Full show notes: https://insidejobpodcast.com/episode15★ Support this podcast ★
Can you become a podcast manager without a formal background? In this episode, Lauren Wrighton, founder, and host of The Podcast Manager Show tells us how to become a podcast manager. She shares useful tips and resources that will help you set your first foot in the industry. She also shares her story and how she transitioned from different freelancing roles to becoming a successful podcast manager. Lauren is now motivated to help other aspiring podcast managers do what they love most and at the same time support themselves financially through podcast management. What we discuss with Lauren Wrighton in today’s episode:[03:41] Lauren’s background and journey[07:04] Differences between Podcast Editing and Podcast Management[11:20] Must have skills for a podcast manager[14:10] Imposter syndrome and how to overcome it[17:35] Resources that Lauren used along the way[21:00] Podcast manager roles [28:33] Do podcast managers need a mentor? Thanks so much for listening to our podcast! If you enjoyed this episode, be sure to subscribe. So, you'll be notified when a new episode is posted in Apple podcast, Google podcast, Spotify, Stitcher, or via RSS . and think that others could benefit from listening, please share it using the social media buttons on this page. You can also subscribe to the podcast app on your mobile device.  If you found value in this episode, Leave us an Apple Podcast review Ratings and reviews from our listeners are extremely valuable to us and greatly appreciated.  They help our podcast rank higher on Apple Podcasts, which exposes our show to more awesome listeners like you.  If you have a minute, please leave an honest review of Apple Podcasts.  Do you have some feedback or questions about this episode? Leave a note in the comment section below! if you have any questions, feel free to reach out to us. And if you want to know more check out www.insidejobpodcast.com   Full show notes :  https://insidejobpodcast.com/episode14  ★ Support this podcast ★
SUMMARYIf you love podcasting and thinking to become a podcast editor?This episode is for you to kick start your podcast career as podcasting is growing fast compared to blogging. In this episode, Dave Visaya, founder of Podcast Engineers will be discussed how to start as Podcast Editor and what are the qualities or skills you need to be an editor. Dave currently helps over 150 podcasters become leaders of their industry by releasing quality and consistent shows without adding more hours to their week. He's a nurse graduate, turned VA, turned podcast engineer who currently handles a great team of editors, writers, and managers. With 8 years of listening to podcasts both clients and shows he loves, he's now starting to get into investing and he fancies real estate investing in particular.Thanks for listening and watching!If you enjoyed this episode, be sure to subscribe. So, you’ll be notified when a new episode is posted in Apple podcast, Google podcast, Spotify, Stitcher, or via RSS . and think that others could benefit from listening, please share it using the social media buttons on this page. If you have a minute, please leave an honest review on Apple Podcasts. I also love reading the reviews.I'd love to chat with you over on Instagram! Follow me @thesidestrip Join us in Podfiesta Communityhttps://www.facebook.com/groups/podfiesta Are YOU ready to finally start your own podcast? Maybe you already have one, but need a manager to help you level up?  BOOK -  www.kangaroofern.com Full show notes and resources can be found here: ★ Support this podcast ★
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Inside Job Podcast

2021-05-1600:56

After two year , the Fresh Eyes podcast is rebranding as Inside Job ★ Support this podcast ★
For this episode , Our guest is  Freedom Summit Global CEO Celia Jacob . A creative entrepreneur and a Certified Life Coach. Celia Alamo Jacob is a Fine Arts graduate from the University of Santo Tomas, she majored in Advertising Arts. A single mom to River and Summer her advocacies are Women Empowerment and Freedom ( Time, location, financial independence) For most of us who silently wish that somehow we can make a difference in someone’s life or make an impact in our community. It is very important to focus on what we want to achieve and figure out how to align it to our purpose. Free to Listen. Funded by SubscribersGuerrilla Podcast Syndicate is an independent podcast network for Filipino around the WorldA member of  Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate - www.guerrillapodcastsyndicate.comListen to him at  www.guerrillapodcast.com.phYour support helps us to keep making the shows you love and help us set up our own Podcast Studio. It’s easy to set up and you’ll get access to loads of bonus content.Please consider making a donation.  Any amount helps ensure keep the Network alive, expanding, and providing the highest quality content that aims to cultivate local, diverse audio communities.Most importantly ~ thank you for being a listener!Please consider making a donation.  Any amount.★ Support this podcast ★
For this episode, Miko Santos interview a Filipina Marriage Celebrant name Gerrelyn Glico-Wong to understand what is a Celebrant do and how to become one.Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate is an independent podcast network for Filipino around the WorldA member of  Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate –  www.guerrillapodcast.com.ph★ Support this podcast ★
For this episode,Fresh eyes Host Miko Santos interviewed  Grace Harper of finding Adelaide about her blog with her  21,000 Instagram followers and how it started GRACE SOCIAL MEDIA https://www.instagram.com/findingadelaide/ https://www.findingadelaide.com.au/ FreshEyes is a YouTube show and podcast features interviews with social-change leaders or individuals. This podcast aims to bring listeners good stories to motivate their own social-impact efforts. www.podcast.kangaroofern.com A member of  Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate - wwww.guerrillapodcast.com.au★ Support this podcast ★
Everything Adelaide began in December 2015 by founder, Carina Stathis, who is a media guru and writer with a strong understanding of the industry. Over the past five years, Carina has worked with numerous publications including On Dit, In Daily, TEOmagazine and community radio station 1079 Life. She has also recently completed a double degree in media and arts at the University of Adelaide. https://everythingadelaide.net/ You can also listen to our FRESHEYES from the following platform:   Apple Podcasts: https://bit.ly/Podcasting_AppleSpotify: http://bit.ly/podcasting_spotifyGoogle: http://bit.ly/podcasting_googlepodSticher: http://bit.ly/Podcasting_StitcherBreaker: http://bit.ly/Podcasting_breakerOvercast: http://bit.ly/podcasting_overcastRadio public : http://bit.ly/podcasting_radiopublicInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/gp_fresheyesYouTube: https:// bit.ly/fresheyespod Website: https://www.podcast.kangaroofern.com A YouTube show and podcast features interviews with social-change leaders or individuals. This podcast aims to bring listeners good stories to motivate their own social-impact efforts. Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate is an independent podcast network for people who are creative, curious and want to voice out. ★ Support this podcast ★
For this episode of Fresh Eyes, Miko Santos of the Thesidestrip Interviewed Most Influential Blogger in the Philippines, Azrael Coladilla is the blogger of Azrael's Merryland. This blog started as a personal blog in 2003, and then converted the blog into a life blog about his interest and reporting about pop culture, lifestyle, entertainment, technology, food, travel, toys, outdoor adventure, internet, and social media. AZRAEL Coladilla Social Media Blog : www.azraelsmerryland.blogspot.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/popazrael Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/azraelsmerryland Twitter: www.twitter.com/popazrael Instagram: www.instagram.com/popazrael Flickr: www.flickr.com/popazrael Listen to the full podcast  - GUERRILLA PODCAST: FRESH EYES -  Apple Podcasts: https://bit.ly/Podcasting_AppleSpotify: http://bit.ly/Podcasting_SpotifyGoogle: http://bit.ly/Podcasting_GooglepodSticher: http://bit.ly/Podcasting_StitcherInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/kangaroofernYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/thesidestripWebsite: https://www.kangaroofern.com 👍Thanks for watching! Please Like, Share & comment 👍  🔴SUBSCRIBE ▶http://bit.ly/2NXoAlu★ Support this podcast ★
Leah Sheldon and Janine Sigley formed the non-profit Story Dogs organisation in 2009 in Murwillumbah, NSW. At the time both Leah and Janine had primary school aged children. After seeing a similar program operating in the USA on the internet they decided Australia needed such a program. They came up with Story Dogs, based on the successful American literacy program, Reading Education Assistance Dogs (R.E.A.D.), which was launched in 1999 in Utah, USA. R.E.A.D. was the first comprehensive literacy program built around the appealing idea of children and young adolescents reading to dogs. Leah and Janine are both dog lovers and also passionate about children reaching their full potential. Natalie Bubner is the coordinator for the Adelaide and the surrounding area. https://www.storydogs.org.au/ GUERRILLA PODCAST: FRESH EYES Website: www.podcast.kangaroofern.com Apple Podcasts: https://bit.ly/Podcasting_Apple Spotify: http://bit.ly/podcasting_spotify Google: http://bit.ly/Podcasting_Googlepod Sticher: http://bit.ly/Podcasting_Stitcher Please support us: www.patreon.com/kangaroofern★ Support this podcast ★
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