Do you have the passion and drive to make it happen, but you’re just not sure where to start?
Keep reading for 4 tips to set you down the path of podcasting success.
Podcasting is a unique tool that allows you to deliver relevant, on-demand and targeted content to a massive, worldwide audience.
What’s special about podcasting beyond its reach is that, unlike any other social platform, it allows you to connect with your audience on a personal, one-on-one level during a time when they are looking for hands-free, audio-only content.
Podcasting is becoming a very popular medium.
It gives you access to an immense audience already downloading podcasts from iTunes.
Not only that, podcasting allows you to form a deeper relationship with prospects because they can hear your voice.
They can hear the person behind the website, company or product.
Below are three ideas to gain new customers, whether you start a new podcast or not!
#1: Choose to Interview Guests Who Are Your Ideal Prospects
Do you need some ideas to improve your videos?
We asked our writers to share their best tips on how to make video marketing easy for you.
How to Get Started Creating Videos
#1: Try video now
My biggest tip is to try video out, see if it works for you. I resisted video for so long due to my shyness, but when I did put some videos out there my audience reacted so warmly (and forgiving of my goofs) that I wish I had tried sooner.
Podcasting has taken on new steam in recent years. Many individuals, from well-known celebrities to people like you and I have had achieved great success with podcasting.
This article will show you precisely what you need to know.
Is There Money in Podcasting?
According to Wikipedia, “A podcast (or non-streamed webcast) is a series of digital media files (either audio or video) that are released episodically and often downloaded through web syndication.”
How many ways are you leveraging your blog posts?
Most people write a post and that’s the end of it. You’re probably syndicating your blog feed to the usual places: Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, at the very least. And that’s a good thing.
Yet there are many other ways to get more mileage out of your content.
As discussed in one of my prior articles, content syndication is just one part of the equation. But to really get the most leverage from your blog, think about how many ways you can repurpose the content (and then syndicate the new formats to all the usual sites).
It’s no secret that social media marketing is the most powerful business-building tool on the planet. Now any business can directly reach customers, anytime and anyplace.
To take your social media marketing to the max, here are hot social media tips direct from 12 of the top industry masters. You’re going to want to model their priceless advice: