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Podcasting for Educators: Podcasting Tips for Entrepreneurs and TPT Sellers

Author: Sara Whittaker, Tips for Podcasters and TPT authors

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Podcasting for Educators is a podcast for TPT authors and other online educators. It's a show that will help you get your podcast in front of those who need it most - teachers, school counselors, literacy specialists, SLPs, parents, and more! Each week, Sara Whittaker and her guests will share top tips and actionable strategies that you will need in order to launch, manage, and grow your podcast. You’ll learn how to leverage your show to build long-lasting relationships with your audience and promote your TPT resources, courses, and memberships, all while providing valuable and accessible content!

This podcast is for you if you have questions like, how do I start a podcast? How do I grow my podcast? How do I monetize my podcast? What are show notes? And, which stats should I be tracking for my podcast?

Sara Whittaker is a teacher-turned-podcast strategist and lifelong learner. You can follow her on Instagram @podcastingforeducators. To work with Sara and her team, head to www.podcastingforeducators.com.

Topics covered on this podcast include: how to start a podcast, how to grow a podcast, podcasting tips, podcasting 101, podcast strategy, podcast SEO, teacher author resources, TPT marketing tips, teacher seller strategies, and more.

To find out which type of podcasting is best for your business, take the FREE quiz at https://podcastingforeducators.com/quiz
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You may already have a podcast, but have you ever considered starting a second one? I know lots of people who love podcasting so much that they've started a second show for all kinds of reasons.Today's guest, Kirsten Hammond, is one of those podcasters. She is here to tell us about her experience with why she started two separate shows and some of the struggles that have come up along the way. Kirsten also shares some great tips for staying organized, how you can repurpose existing content, and more!If you're thinking about starting a second show, we would love to hear about it. Tag us on Instagram @podcastingforeducators and @thesouthernteach, and let us know your plans!⭐️ Resources Mentioned:AirtableProfit FirstFollow me on Instagram @podcastingforeducators 🔗 Connect with Kirsten: Listen to The Creative Teacher PodcastListen to The Social Studies Teacher PodcastCheck out her websiteEnroll in her branding and design coursesFollow her on Instagram @thesouthernteach and @thesouthernteach.designs🎤 Recommended Podcasting Resources:Hosting: Captivate.fm (Get a free 7-day trial!)Transcription: Otter.aiProject Management: ClickUpPrivate Podcasting: Hello AudioPodcast Playlist Toolkit - use code PODCAST to grab it for $17!Launch Your Podcast: Free Podcast Launch Guide & Podcasting for Educators Prep SchoolLevel Up Your Podcast: Podcast Like You Mean ItLeverage Podcast Guesting: Free Guesting Planning Guide & Guesting for Educators Mini-CourseShow Notes: https://podcastingforeducators.com/episode159Some links...
Today's episode is part two of a mini-series all about creating a profitable private podcast series for your business. If you missed part one, definitely head back and listen to that one first. We looked at what a private podcast series is, how it can help your business, and what kind of tech you need.Today, we're diving into the specifics of how to plan a private podcast series. You'll hear things like how many episodes you should include, how to title this series, episode length, episode content, CTAs, and an example of a private podcast series to really get a feel for what your series could look like!If you are super excited to plan a private podcast series and want help with this process, I have a VIP Day where I fully put together your private podcast series and set it all up inside Hello Audio!⭐️ Resources Mentioned:Private Podcast VIP DayPrivate Podcast PlaylistCanvaFollow me on Instagram @podcastingforeducators 🎤 Recommended Podcasting Resources:Hosting: Captivate.fm (Get a free 7-day trial!)Transcription: Otter.aiProject Management: ClickUpPrivate Podcasting: Hello AudioPodcast Playlist Toolkit - use code PODCAST to grab it for $17!Launch Your Podcast: Free Podcast Launch Guide & Podcasting for Educators Prep SchoolLevel Up Your Podcast: Podcast Like You Mean ItLeverage Podcast Guesting: Free Guesting Planning Guide & Guesting for Educators Mini-CourseShow Notes: https://podcastingforeducators.com/episode158Some links mentioned are affiliate links. This helps to support this podcast at no additional cost to you. Topics in this episode: tips for podcasters, educational strategies, marketing tips for TPT sellers, online educator tipsMentioned in this episode:Take my FREE quiz to find out how you can make an impact with podcasting at https://podcastingforeducators.com/quiz
Today's episode is part one of two episodes, all about creating a profitable private podcast series. This is part of a training that I did that got a really good response, so I wanted to share it here on the podcast.In this episode, you'll hear what a private podcast series is, how it can help your business, the five things you need to create this private podcast series, and what questions you need to answer for yourself before getting started. Stay tuned for part two next week to hear a really specific example of what a private podcast series could look like, as well as how to actually set your series up!⭐️ Resources Mentioned:Private Podcast PlaylistATR2100xAudacityCanvaFollow me on Instagram @podcastingforeducators 🎤 Recommended Podcasting Resources:Hosting: Captivate.fm (Get a free 7-day trial!)Transcription: Otter.aiProject Management: ClickUpPrivate Podcasting: Hello AudioPodcast Playlist Toolkit - use code PODCAST to grab it for $17!Launch Your Podcast: Free Podcast Launch Guide & Podcasting for Educators Prep SchoolLevel Up Your Podcast: Podcast Like You Mean ItLeverage Podcast Guesting: Free Guesting Planning Guide & Guesting for Educators Mini-CourseShow Notes: https://podcastingforeducators.com/episode157Some links mentioned are affiliate links. This helps to support this podcast at no additional cost to you. Topics in this episode: tips for podcasters, educational strategies, marketing tips for TPT sellers, online educator tipsMentioned in this episode:Take my FREE quiz to find out how you can make an impact with podcasting at https://podcastingforeducators.com/quiz
Are you looking to up your Instagram strategy to increase podcast downloads? Maybe even automate the whole process? Then today's guest takeover episode, or mini training, if you will, is for you. (And if you've stepped away from the platform, this episode may convince you to come back!)Brittany Verlenich is here to help you leverage every Instagram post to get more downloads and grow your podcast listenership. She shares how to automate this process with ManyChat, what a squeeze page is, and other really helpful tips for using Instagram and email marketing.⭐️ Resources Mentioned:ManyChat (affiliate link)LeadPages (affiliate link)pod.linkThe Perfect Instagram Bio Checklist for SellersComment to Customer Strategy: How to Turn Posts Into "ChaChings" | Episode 48Follow me on Instagram @podcastingforeducators 🔗 Connect with Brittany: Listen to her podcast, Social Media MagicSubscribe to her YouTube ChannelFollow her on Instagram @brittanyverlenichFollow her on Instagram @brittanyverlenich🎤 Recommended Podcasting Resources:Hosting: Captivate.fm (Get a free 7-day trial!)Transcription: Otter.aiProject Management: ClickUpPrivate Podcasting: Hello AudioPodcast Playlist Toolkit - use code PODCAST to grab it for $17!Launch Your Podcast: Free Podcast Launch Guide & Podcasting for Educators Prep SchoolLevel Up Your Podcast: Podcast Like You Mean ItLeverage Podcast Guesting: Free Guesting Planning Guide & Guesting for Educators Mini-CourseShow Notes: https://podcastingforeducators.com/episode156Some links mentioned are affiliate links. This helps to...
The year 2020 brought us a lot of new things. Yes, COVID being one of them, but also lots of new podcasts. With more time on our hands, it was a good time to try podcasting out. That was the case for today's guest, Jenice Lee, an educator and out-of-school time advocate who started a podcast as a hobby but has since transitioned it to an important marketing tool for her business.Jenice is here today to tell us about her experience starting a podcast and keeping that momentum going, how she transitioned into using it as a marketing tool for her business, and what kinds of results she's seen for her business since that transition. Plus, she shares some cool ways she has extended her podcast, such as live podcasting at conferences and starting a YouTube channel.⭐️ Resources Mentioned:BOOST Conference liveJohn Marshall High School Principal InterviewJohn Marshall High School TourHealth RallyFollow me on Instagram @podcastingforeducators 🔗 Connect with Jenice: Listen to her podcast, School: After HoursSubscribe to her YouTube channelCheck out her websiteFollow on FacebookFollow on LinkedInFollow her on Instagram @schoolafterhours🎤 Recommended Podcasting Resources:Hosting: Captivate.fm (Get a free 7-day trial!)Transcription: Otter.aiProject Management: ClickUpPrivate Podcasting: Hello AudioPodcast Playlist Toolkit - use code PODCAST to grab it for $17!Launch Your Podcast: Free Podcast Launch Guide & Podcasting for Educators Prep SchoolLevel Up Your Podcast: Podcast Like You Mean ItLeverage Podcast Guesting:
As an online business owner, I know you're balancing all the things. And it's even harder if you're in the classroom full-time or working another job in some capacity. If that's you, you'll have a lot in common with today's guest, Lindsay Dollinger. Lindsay shares how she's used her podcast to grow her business and how she balances being a podcaster, business owner, and full-time teacher. She shares some really great productivity tips that are completely practical and doable and will help you manage your time as a podcaster alongside all the other roles that you have.⭐️ Resources Mentioned:AppSumoStreamYardDescriptPodcast.coKajabiTrelloFollow me on Instagram @podcastingforeducators 🔗 Connect with Lindsay: Listen to her podcast, Purpose and Pixie DustCheck out her websiteFollow on FacebookSubscribe on YoutubeFollow her on Instagram @purposeandpixiedust🎤 Recommended Podcasting Resources:Hosting: Captivate.fm (Get a free 7-day trial!)Transcription: Otter.aiProject Management: ClickUpPrivate Podcasting: Hello AudioPodcast Playlist ToolkitLaunch Your Podcast: Free Podcast Launch Guide & Podcasting for Educators Prep SchoolLevel Up Your Podcast: Podcast Like You Mean ItLeverage Podcast Guesting: Free Guesting Planning Guide & Guesting for Educators Mini-CourseShow Notes: https://podcastingforeducators.com/episode154Some links mentioned are affiliate links. This helps to support this podcast at...
Working from home just hits differently during the summer. Our routines are off, and frankly, I just lose some of my usual motivation during the summer months. At the time this episode airs, I'm also out on maternity leave. So I asked my friends Melanie and Branda to take over the podcast this week, and they definitely delivered!They're here to share some great work-from-home tips this summer so you don't completely lose your sanity and get stuff done while also having fun. You'll hear tips on taking time off, having kids home during the summer, sharing a workspace, and more. I hope this episode helps motivate you to push through those days that just feel hard as a business owner this summer.And don't forget to let us know what motivates you during the summer! Tag us on Instagram @podcastingforeducators, @duxburydigital, and @therelevantcollective.⭐️ Resources Mentioned:Chaos to Conversions Podcast, Episode 1Chaos to Conversions Podcast, All EpisodesFollow me on Instagram @podcastingforeducators 🔗 Connect with Branda and Melanie: Chaos to Conversions PodcastFollow Branda on Instagram @therelevantcollectiveFollow Melanie on Instagram @duxburydigital🎤 Recommended Podcasting Resources:Hosting: Captivate.fm (Get a free 7-day trial!)Transcription: Otter.aiProject Management: ClickUpPrivate Podcasting: Hello AudioPodcast Playlist Toolkit - use code PODCAST to grab it for $17!Launch Your Podcast: Free Podcast Launch Guide & Podcasting for Educators Prep SchoolLevel Up Your Podcast: Podcast Like You Mean ItLeverage Podcast Guesting: Free Guesting Planning Guide & Guesting for Educators Mini-CourseShow Notes: https://podcastingforeducators.com/episode153Some links mentioned are affiliate links. This helps to support this...
Welcome to our second guest takeover episode! If you don't already know, I am out on maternity leave, and one of the things I set up for my leave is guest takeover episodes. These episodes will be sprinkled in over the next few months and feature some of my favorite experts in the online space. Janice Cook, today's guest takeover host, and returning guest, is here to share why the podcast schedules we spend so much time creating sometimes break down, leaving us feeling a little scattered and often leading to inconsistencies over time. Better yet, Janice shares how to overcome or avoid these potholes so that you can stay on track with your podcast schedule and keep showing up for your audience.And if you need support with your podcast systems and want templates for things like guest booking, production checklists, and more, definitely come join us over in the Podcasting for Educators Prep School.⭐️ Resources Mentioned:Follow me on Instagram @podcastingforeducators 🔗 Connect with Janice: Find out how to work with herGet her Ultimate Hiring Guide for Teacher Business Owners FREEBIEFollow her on Instagram @teacherjaniceva🎤 Recommended Podcasting Resources:Hosting: Captivate.fm (Get a free 7-day trial!)Transcription: Otter.aiProject Management: ClickUpPrivate Podcasting: Hello AudioPodcast Playlist Toolkit - use code PODCAST to grab it for $17!Launch Your Podcast: Free Podcast Launch Guide & Podcasting for Educators Prep SchoolLevel Up Your Podcast: Podcast Like You Mean ItLeverage Podcast Guesting: Guesting for Educators Mini-CourseShow Notes: https://podcastingforeducators.com/episode152Some links mentioned are affiliate links. This helps to support this podcast at no additional cost to you. Topics in this episode: tips for podcasters, educational strategies, marketing tips for TPT sellers, online educator tipsMentioned in this episode:Take my FREE quiz to find out how you can make an impact with podcasting at https://podcastingforeducators.com/quiz
Today marks our first guest takeover (while I'm on maternity leave) from email strategist and keynote speaker Liz Wilcox. One of the things she's well known for, besides email marketing, is her $9-a-month Email Marketing Membership. In this episode, she pulls back the curtain and shares how she's grown it to over $700k in revenue, including her three top-performing emails over the years. She even gives us the subject lines and reads the entire emails (GIF descriptions included). She also breaks down why these emails worked (and continue to work) so well. If you struggle with writing weekly emails, I can't recommend Liz's Email Marketing Membership enough. You can join her membership by clicking the link below!⭐️ Resources Mentioned:Free email swipesEmail Marketing MembershipFollow me on Instagram @podcastingforeducators 🔗 Connect with Liz: Check out her websiteSign up for an affiliate linkFollow her on Instagram @thelizwilcox🎤 Recommended Podcasting Resources:Hosting: Captivate.fm (Get a free 7-day trial!)Transcription: Otter.aiProject Management: ClickUpPrivate Podcasting: Hello AudioPodcast Playlist Toolkit - use code PODCAST to grab it for $17!Launch Your Podcast: Free Podcast Launch Guide & Podcasting for Educators Prep SchoolLevel Up Your Podcast: Podcast Like You Mean ItLeverage Podcast Guesting: Free Guesting Planning Guide & Guesting for Educators Mini-CourseShow Notes: https://podcastingforeducators.com/episode151Some links mentioned are affiliate links. This helps to support this podcast at no additional cost to you. Topics in this episode: tips for podcasters, educational strategies, marketing tips for TPT sellers, online educator tipsMentioned in this episode:Take my FREE quiz to find out how you can make an impact with podcasting at https://podcastingforeducators.com/quiz
When we create digital resources for our audience, we want to move away from "How much can I give them?" and into "How can I make things more accessible and digestible so they can reach their goals as soon as possible?"Alissa McDonald is here today to share all about small learning experiences. She gives plenty of examples of what this could look like for you and the first steps you can take to create one. And if you're a TPT seller, definitely stick around because she gives a really cool way to create learning experiences around TPT products that you already have.⭐️ Resources Mentioned:PopPDReesaTeesa on TikTokFollow me on Instagram @podcastingforeducators 🔗 Connect with Alissa: Check out her websiteSign up for free PDFollow her on Instagram @alissaamcdonald🎤 Recommended Podcasting Resources:Hosting: Captivate.fm (Get a free 7-day trial!)Transcription: Otter.aiProject Management: ClickUpPrivate Podcasting: Hello AudioPodcast Playlist Toolkit - use code PODCAST to grab it for $17!Launch Your Podcast: Free Podcast Launch Guide & Podcasting for Educators Prep SchoolLevel Up Your Podcast: Podcast Like You Mean ItLeverage Podcast Guesting: Guesting for Educators Mini-CourseShow Notes: https://podcastingforeducators.com/episode150Some links mentioned are affiliate links. This helps to support this podcast at no additional cost to you. Topics in this episode: tips for podcasters, educational strategies, marketing tips for TPT sellers, online educator tipsMentioned in this episode:Take my FREE quiz to find out how you can make an impact with podcasting at https://podcastingforeducators.com/quiz
If you've been a listener of this podcast for some time, you've likely heard me talk about the power of podcast guessing and other podcast collaborations. Whether or not you have a podcast of your own, guesting on other podcasts is something we should all be adding to our marketing plan.I'm excited to welcome Melissa Burch, founder and host of Annotated ELA, on the podcast today to share her experience with podcast guesting. Melissa shares how, despite having her own show, the thought of guesting on other podcasts was really nerve-racking. She also shares the fears she had about guesting, the 3 things that helped her push past them, and how doing so has helped her grow her podcast and build new relationships.And if you need some support, don't forget to grab my mini-course, Guesting For Educators!⭐️ Resources Mentioned:Sign up for my Guesting for Educators Mini-CourseFollow me on Instagram @podcastingforeducators 🎤 Recommended Podcasting Resources:Hosting: Captivate.fm (Get a free 7-day trial!)Transcription: Otter.aiProject Management: ClickUpPrivate Podcasting: Hello AudioPodcast Playlist ToolkitLaunch Your Podcast: Free Podcast Launch Guide & Podcasting for Educators Prep SchoolLevel Up Your Podcast: Podcast Like You Mean ItLeverage Podcast Guesting: Free Guesting Planning Guide & Guesting for Educators Mini-CourseShow Notes: https://podcastingforeducators.com/episode149Some links mentioned are affiliate links. This helps to support this podcast at no additional cost to you. Topics in this episode: tips for podcasters, educational strategies, marketing tips for TPT sellers, online educator tipsMentioned in this episode:Take my FREE quiz to find out how you can make an impact with podcasting at https://podcastingforeducators.com/quiz
Podcast guesting can be an incredible tool for your business. But unless you've experienced the power of guesting on the perfect-fit show, you may not really get what the hype is all about.So today, I'm sharing the benefits podcast guesting can have on your business, my own experience with guesting on that perfect-fit show, the 5 podcast guesting mistakes I see, and what to do instead to see that ROI.⭐️ Resources Mentioned:Sign up for my Guesting for Educators Mini-CourseFollow me on Instagram @podcastingforeducators 🎤 Recommended Podcasting Resources:Hosting: Captivate.fm (Get a free 7-day trial!)Transcription: Otter.aiProject Management: ClickUpPrivate Podcasting: Hello AudioPodcast Playlist ToolkitLaunch Your Podcast: Free Podcast Launch Guide & Podcasting for Educators Prep SchoolLevel Up Your Podcast: Podcast Like You Mean ItLeverage Podcast Guesting: Free Guesting Planning Guide & Guesting for Educators Mini-CourseShow Notes: https://podcastingforeducators.com/episode148Some links mentioned are affiliate links. This helps to support this podcast at no additional cost to you. Topics in this episode: tips for podcasters, educational strategies, marketing tips for TPT sellers, online educator tips, visibility, podcast guestingMentioned in this episode:Take my FREE quiz to find out how you can make an impact with podcasting at https://podcastingforeducators.com/quiz
A couple of summers ago, my husband and I were out on our friend's boat, and he wanted to try wakesurfing. And after a few failed attempts, he asked our friend how to do it. Their reply? "You just stand up!" And we always laugh about this because it was literally the least helpful response ever.This has probably happened to you before; maybe a friend or a colleague makes something look or sound so easy, but in reality, you have no idea how to do it yourself. And in the world of online business, this makes me think of when people tell us to incorporate storytelling in our content. Megan Wisdom is here today to talk all about why storytelling is so important in our marketing and ways that we can use storytelling on our podcasts and in our email marketing.After listening, tag Megan and me on Instagram to let us know that you are listening! You can find Megan @meganwisdomwrites and me @podcastingforeducators.⭐️ Resources Mentioned:Megan's freebie, 5 Storytelling Prompts for TPT SellersFollow me on Instagram @podcastingforeducators 🔗 Connect with Megan: Listen to her podcast, Copy That ConvertsCheck out her websiteFollow her on Instagram @meganwisdomwrites🎤 Recommended Podcasting Resources:Hosting: Captivate.fm (Get a free 7-day trial!)Transcription: Otter.aiProject Management: ClickUpPrivate Podcasting: Hello AudioPodcast Playlist ToolkitLaunch Your Podcast: Free Podcast Launch Guide & Podcasting for Educators Prep SchoolLevel Up Your Podcast: Podcast Like You Mean ItLeverage Podcast Guesting: Free Guesting Planning Guide & Guesting for Educators Mini-CourseShow Notes: https://podcastingforeducators.com/episode147Some links mentioned are affiliate links. This helps to support this podcast at no additional cost to you. Topics in this episode: tips for podcasters, educational...
Have you ever had an idea for a new project but just couldn't quite get started? Sometimes, you just need to talk out your ideas. And that is what I'm doing with teacher and reading support specialist Raj McCowin. In this episode, you'll hear Raj's idea for her podcast, the audiences she wants to serve, and the ideas we come up with to best support them while also supporting her business. I love how passionate Raj is about bridging the gap between parents and educators, and I can't wait for her to take action and get started.⭐️ Resources Mentioned:Follow me on Instagram @podcastingforeducators 🔗 Connect with Raj: Check out her websiteFollow her on Instagram and TikTok @lone_star_tutor🎤 Recommended Podcasting Resources:Hosting: Captivate.fm (Get a free 7-day trial!)Transcription: Otter.aiProject Management: ClickUpPrivate Podcasting: Hello AudioPodcast Playlist ToolkitLaunch Your Podcast: Free Podcast Launch Guide & Podcasting for Educators Prep SchoolLevel Up Your Podcast: Podcast Like You Mean ItLeverage Podcast Guesting: Free Guesting Planning Guide & Guesting for Educators Mini-CourseShow Notes: https://podcastingforeducators.com/episode146Some links mentioned are affiliate links. This helps to support this podcast at no additional cost to you. Topics in this episode: tips for podcasters, educational strategies, marketing tips for TPT sellers, online educator tipsMentioned in this episode:Take my FREE quiz to find out how you can make an impact with podcasting at https://podcastingforeducators.com/quiz
If you haven't heard me talk about this already, I am currently pregnant and due with our second daughter on April 22nd. Soo many of you have asked me, "Are you going to take leave?" And the answer is HELL YES. My experience with my first maternity leave was when I was still in the classroom, so I didn't have a choice in how long I stayed home with my first daughter. But now that I have my own online business, things are going to look a lot different. So today, I'm talking you through how I'm planning for maternity leave when it comes to client work, my online course and digital product side of my business, and my podcast. I'm also sharing some tips from YOU all when planning for an extended leave as an entrepreneur. ⭐️ Resources Mentioned:90 Days in 90 Minutes Strategy Call with Melanie BattistelliFollow me on Instagram @podcastingforeducators 🎤 Recommended Podcasting Resources:Hosting: Captivate.fm (Get a free 7-day trial!)Transcription: Otter.aiProject Management: ClickUpPrivate Podcasting: Hello AudioPodcast Playlist ToolkitLaunch Your Podcast: Free Podcast Launch Guide & Podcasting for Educators Prep SchoolLevel Up Your Podcast: Podcast Like You Mean ItLeverage Podcast Guesting: Guesting for Educators Mini-CourseShow Notes: https://podcastingforeducators.com/episode145Some links mentioned are affiliate links. This helps to support this podcast at no additional cost to you. Topics in this episode: tips for podcasters, educational strategies, marketing tips for TPT sellers, online educator tipsMentioned in this episode:Take my FREE quiz to find out how you can make an impact with podcasting at https://podcastingforeducators.com/quiz
Whether you're thinking of starting a podcast or already have one, it's really motivating to hear about other podcasters' experiences. Today, I have Nicole Sanders on the show to talk about what led her to start a podcast for teachers and to support her business. Nicole, a student in my online course community, Podcasting for Educators Prep School, shares her journey from classroom teacher to online course creator and podcaster. We also talk about the importance of talking about your offers inside of your episodes and how beneficial this is to your listeners.⭐️ Resources Mentioned:Follow me on Instagram @podcastingforeducators 🔗 Connect with Nicole: Check out her websiteSign up for her professional development coursesListen to her podcast, Let's Chat Teaching, on Apple and SpotifyFollow her on Instagram @appletreeresources🎤 Recommended Podcasting Resources:Hosting: Captivate.fm (Get a free 7-day trial!)Transcription: Otter.aiProject Management: ClickUpPrivate Podcasting: Hello AudioPodcast Playlist ToolkitLaunch Your Podcast: Free Podcast Launch Guide & Podcasting for Educators Prep SchoolLevel Up Your Podcast: Podcast Like You Mean ItLeverage Podcast Guesting: Guesting for Educators Mini-CourseShow Notes: https://podcastingforeducators.com/episode144Some links mentioned are affiliate links. This helps to support this podcast at no additional cost to you. Topics in this episode: tips for podcasters, educational strategies, marketing tips for TPT sellers, online educator tipsMentioned in this episode:Take my FREE quiz to find out how you can make an impact with podcasting at https://podcastingforeducators.com/quiz
How many times have you sat down to do something and then got distracted by your phone on the table next to you? We've all been there. There are so many distractions around us, and we need to be aware of this as content creators. Today, I have Emily Aborn, a content copywriter, speaker, and podcast host, on the show to talk about all the distractions we're facing today and how this impacts us as content creators. She shares why it's so hard to keep listeners engaged, what we can do to help our audience be more focused, and what to keep in mind when it comes to how we're delivering our content. ⭐️ Resources Mentioned:Follow me on Instagram @podcastingforeducators 🔗 Connect with Emily: Listen to her podcast, Content with CharacterCheck out her websiteConnect with her on LinkedInFollow her on Instagram @emilyaborn🎤 Recommended Podcasting Resources:Hosting: Captivate.fm (Get a free 7-day trial!)Transcription: Otter.aiProject Management: ClickUpPrivate Podcasting: Hello AudioPodcast Playlist ToolkitLaunch Your Podcast: Free Podcast Launch Guide & Podcasting for Educators Prep SchoolLevel Up Your Podcast: Podcast Like You Mean ItLeverage Podcast Guesting: Guesting for Educators Mini-CourseShow Notes: https://podcastingforeducators.com/episode143Some links mentioned are affiliate links. This helps to support this podcast at no additional cost to you. Topics in this episode: tips for podcasters, educational strategies, marketing tips for TPT sellers, online educator tipsMentioned in this episode:Take my FREE quiz to find out how you can make an impact with podcasting at https://podcastingforeducators.com/quiz
Have you ever considered doing podcast seasons? Chrissy Beltran has been podcasting for over five years now, and she's here to talk all about her unique podcast journey. We chat about how she got started, how her planning process has changed over the years, and how she uses seasons to support this process. She's also sharing some behind-the-scenes information about her sponsorship experience, like how she's landed sponsors, found the right fits, and what her packages look like.⭐️ Resources Mentioned: Buzzsprout Platform StatsFollow me on Instagram @podcastingforeducators 🔗 Connect with Chrissy: Check out her websiteJoin her Instructional Coaching Start-Up courseListen to her podcast, Instructional Coaching with Ms. BGet her Coaching Cycle FREEBIEFollow her on Instagram @buzzingwithmsb🎤 Recommended Podcasting Resources:Hosting: Captivate.fm (Get a free 7-day trial!)Transcription: Otter.aiProject Management: ClickUpPrivate Podcasting: Hello AudioPodcast Playlist ToolkitLaunch Your Podcast: Free Podcast Launch Guide & Podcasting for Educators Prep SchoolLevel Up Your Podcast: Podcast Like You Mean ItLeverage Podcast Guesting: Guesting for Educators Mini-CourseShow Notes: https://podcastingforeducators.com/episode142Some links mentioned are affiliate links. This helps to support this podcast at no additional cost to you. Topics in this episode: tips for podcasters, educational strategies, marketing tips for TPT sellers, online educator tips, podcast sponsorsMentioned in this episode:Take my FREE quiz to find out how you can make an impact with podcasting at https://podcastingforeducators.com/quiz
If you've ever felt like you're swimming in a sea of podcast data, wondering what to focus on, then today's episode is for you! I'm shining a spotlight on two underutilized podcast stats that could really impact your podcast growth. I'm sharing what these two stats are, how to track them, and three ways you can take action based on them. And if you need more support understanding your podcast data (and an incredible template that will tell you exactly WHAT to track), join us in Podcast Like You Mean It.⭐️ Resources Mentioned:Apple Podcasts ConnectLooker StudioFollow me on Instagram @podcastingforeducators 🎤 Recommended Podcasting Resources:Hosting: Captivate.fm (Get a free 7-day trial!)Transcription: Otter.aiProject Management: ClickUpPrivate Podcasting: Hello AudioPodcast Playlist Toolkit - use code PODCAST to grab it for $17!Launch Your Podcast: Free Podcast Launch Guide & Podcasting for Educators Prep SchoolLevel Up Your Podcast: Podcast Like You Mean ItLeverage Podcast Guesting: Guesting for Educators Mini-CourseShow Notes: https://podcastingforeducators.com/episode141Some links mentioned are affiliate links. This helps to support this podcast at no additional cost to you. Topics in this episode: tips for podcasters, educational strategies, marketing tips for TPT sellers, online educator tipsMentioned in this episode:Take my FREE quiz to find out how you can make an impact with podcasting at https://podcastingforeducators.com/quiz
Have you ever hit the podcast charts? Or wondered how they work in the first place? Our guest today, Jeff Umbro, is here to answer all your podcast charting questions. He breaks down exactly what the podcast charts are, how they work, and whether or not we should put much thought into them. He also shares how to leverage your chart placement and strategic podcast marketing tactics by defining the five tiers of audience development. If one of your goals is to top the podcast charts, you will have a plan to put in place by the end of this episode. ⭐️ Resources Mentioned:Muck RackCisionMeltwaterFollow me on Instagram @podcastingforeducators 🔗 Connect with Jeff: Check out his websiteListen to his podcast, Podcast PerspectivesFollow him on Instagram @poglomeratepods🎤 Recommended Podcasting Resources:Hosting: Captivate.fm (Get a free 7-day trial!)Transcription: Otter.aiProject Management: ClickUpPrivate Podcasting: Hello AudioPodcast Playlist Toolkit - use code PODCAST to grab it for $17!Launch Your Podcast: Free Podcast Launch Guide & Podcasting for Educators Prep SchoolLevel Up Your Podcast: Podcast Like You Mean ItLeverage Podcast Guesting: Guesting for Educators Mini-CourseShow Notes: https://podcastingforeducators.com/episode140Some links mentioned are affiliate links. This helps to support this podcast at no additional cost to you. Topics in this episode: tips for podcasters, educational strategies, marketing tips for TPT sellers, online educator tipsMentioned in this episode:Take my FREE quiz to find out how you can make an impact with podcasting at https://podcastingforeducators.com/quiz
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