Read on for everything you need to know about adding your podcast to YouTube, plus tools to make the transition easy.
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.
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.
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.
Recently I had to take a half day off to do yard work; when you’re self-employed, the opportunity cost can be actual lost money. For me it was $750. I could have hired someone and kept working on things I needed to do, and it was have cost less. The same can be true for most things you do with your podcast.
Apple’s new Podcast Subscriptions platform helps creators easily publish and charge for premium audio content, but it comes with a high price tag.
An actionable guide to creating a sustainable podcast membership, from choosing rewards members want (and you can deliver!) to assembling the tech stack you need.
Writing a book is hard work – you need to do research, outline, map out everything, then write, edit, write more, and have it reviewed. That doesn’t even include graphics, auxiliary content, or promoting the book. In fact, if you’re anything like me, you’re so burnt out by the end of the process that promoting…
So far I’ve told you how a podcast can build trust, help you learn, and expand your network. But there is seemingly something obvious missing, right? What about the people who make money from podcasting? That is indeed another reason to podcast, but I will caution you: podcasting isn’t a cash cow, and it may…
This may seem a little bit like news jacking, but it is something I’ve been thinking about over the last week. With the amount in-person events being cancelled or going online due to COVID-19, is there another good outlet for brands to reach new customers? While digital events are the next likely option, I think…