Alexis Grant launched They Got Acquired in 2022. Her founder story reveals the potential that lies at the intersection of great niche content and trust.
Not too long ago, recording a podcast and getting good, quality audio that was easy to edit was a dream. But today, there are great tools to do it, whether you’re doing a solo show or recording with other people.
Podcasting is an inherently expensive endeavor! You need to buy audio hosting, gear, and possibly editing software and transcripts. But what if you could cut costs by saving on a decent but not fantastic mic? Can you spend only $20 on a podcast mic and sound good? That’s the question we’ll explore with the Tonor TC-777. Plus, we’ll answer: is the Tonor TC-777 the best mic in its price range?
Disclosure: The Tonor TC-777 was provided free of charge for an honest product review.
One of the most overlooked peices of a successful podcast is a good website. And frankly, it’s because there’s no standardized way to create a podcast website. You need to set up your show, and separately set up your website…until now.
How do you grow your podcast? This is a super common question, especially just starting out. And you’ll get a bunch a different answers. Ratings and Reviews on Apple Podcasts. Asking your listeners and guests to share. But the BEST way, bar none, is having a single place to send current and potential listeners. Your podcast NEEDs a landing page. Here’s everything you need on your podcast landing page,
Marketer Corey Haines made big changes to his subscription model and saw his best month as a result. Here’s how he grew his membership while narrowing his niche.
Going on other people’s podcasts is a great way to grow your audience and establish your expertise. But too many people do it wrong. Here’s 5 tips for you to do it right.
How podcasting can help professional speakers hone their craft, boost their careers, and even drive revenue.
A common question podcasters have is, “how many downloads do I need before I can look for sponsors?” The answer: zero. Here’s how.
Why course creators should make a podcast — and why free content won’t deter people from paying for your course.
Why you should plan for the future of your podcast — and what email lists and spreadsheets have to do with monetizing your show.
Remember in high school when a teacher assigned you a paper and the first question was always, “how long does it have to be?” The most frustrating answer to a student looking to do the minimum amount of work was, “as long as it needs to be.” This is actually a good answer though. See, “how long” is the wrong target. A page number doesn’t make a good paper; fulfilling the requirements does. In other words: content is more important than length. The same exact thing is true for podcasts.