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Creating An Authentic Personal Podcast? Learn To Thrive And Grow Like Podcaster Jayme Tener, Blonde Haired Girl To Go

Authentic personal podcasts are a niche in the independent podcasting scene. However, that shouldn’t stop you from growing and aiming for a wider audience. Joining Tracy Hazzard is Jayme Tener, host of the Blonde Haired Girl To Go podcast. Jayme’s raw and genuine content attracts listeners with slow yet steady growth. In this episode, Tracy gives her some tips on how to reach more people with her message. They discuss the importance of titling, how to tackle monetization, and more. Stay tuned!

Master Of Change: Advice For Strengthening Your Podcast Show Content Over Time From Alex Terranova Of The DreamMason Podcast

In the podcasting industry, only less than 1% drive income. Not everyone can be the next Joe Rogan. But while creating content that will last may seem a difficult feat doesn’t mean that it is impossible. Listen in to today’s episode as Alex Terranova of the DreamMason Podcast gives you some advice on how to strengthen your content. Are you repurposing your content to your other platforms? Are you connecting with your guests in the present? Or are you not having fun, and this all seems like a job for you? Join your host Tracy Hazzard as she talks to Alex on what makes good podcast content. There are a lot of factors that differentiate good content from bad content. Learn all the good ones today.

Bridging the Podcast Know-How Gap with Great Questions and Attitude with Robert Puzzitiello, Producer of The Ins & Outs with Mackie Podcast

  Bridging the Podcast Know-How Gap with Great Questions and Attitude with Robert Puzzitiello, Producer of The Ins & Outs with Mackie Podcast As part of my series of interviews about “5 things you need to know to create a bingeable podcast”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Robert Puzzitiello, Digital Marketing Manager at Mackie. Robert has a…

Drive Your Podcast Media Career Forward With Energy And Talent With Adam Posner, Host Of The Pozcast

Can you make a media career out of your podcast? It’s possible, and our guest shows you how. Tracy Hazzard sits down for a lively and insightful talk with the host of the Pozcast, Adam Posner. Adam shares how he got into podcasting and how he built and course corrected his podcast over the course of nearly 200 episodes. Adam talks about lessons he’s learned and how he moved towards monetization of his podcast. Tune in and learn more about the podcasting biz from Tracy and Adam.

Create Listener Bingeability through Distinctive Dynamics with Zoé Bélisle-Springer of Phorest FM the Salon Owner’s Podcast

  Create Listener Bingeability through Distinctive Dynamics with Zoé Bélisle-Springer of Phorest FM the Salon Owner’s Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “5 things you need to know to create a “bingeable” podcast”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Community & Content Manager, Zoé Bélisle-Springer. Zoé is a Montreal-based award-winning writer, author…

Deliver on Your Podcast Mission Just Like Active Duty Podcast Host Travis Johnson, the NonProfit Architect

How do you provide value and stay on target with your podcast mission? We find out in this episode as Tracy Hazzard sits down for an interview with the host of the Nonprofit Architect Podcast, Travis Johnson. Travis and Tracy talk about how Travis got started on the path of podcasting for nonprofit organizations and what he’s learned doing his podcast. Travis also shares tips on starting your podcast and finding your voice. Learn more tips and tricks for your podcasts by tuning in.

Bringing in Broadcaster Experience to Create Bingeability, with Chris Van Vliet of The Chris Van Vliet Show

  Bringing in Broadcaster Experience to Create Bingeability, with Chris Van Vliet of The Chris Van Vliet Show As part of my series of interviews about “5 things you need to know to create a very successful podcast”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Chris Van Vliet. Chris Van Vliet is a 4-time Emmy Award winning…

Bringing Podcast Niche Expertise to Create Bingeability, with Annette Hines of the Parenting Impossible — Special Needs Survival Podcast

  Bringing Podcast Niche Expertise to Create Bingeability, with Annette Hines of the Parenting Impossible — Special Needs Survival Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “5 things you need to know to create a “bingeable” podcast”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Annette Hines. Annette Hines has been practicing in the…

How Can An Internet Speed Test App Make Our High Use App List?

  Many of us have been working from home, mainly because of the pandemic. We don’t want to experience technical issues because that would affect our productivity and work. But, do you always know if the internet issue is external, internal, or the problem with your internet service provider? Many people get frustrated when a…

Celebrating Underrated Talents to Create a Bingeable Podcast, with Ryan Perez of An Actor Despairs Podcast

  Celebrating Underrated Talents to Create a Bingeable Podcast, with Ryan Perez of An Actor Despairs Podcast As part of my series of interviews about “5 things you need to know to create a “bingeable” podcast”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Ryan Perez. Ryan is a working actor in New York City, and is the…

Empower World Good By Launching a Podcast Now with Kerryn Vaughan of the Get Off the Bench Podcast

Anyone can launch a podcast for a variety of reasons. For Kerryn Vaughan, she started her podcast to send a message and empower world good. Kerryn is an international speaker, facilitator, author, and host of the Get Off the Bench Podcast and author of Get Off The Bench!: Kickstart your idea now. In this episode, she joins Tracy Hazzard to share the inspiration behind her podcast and what pushed her to start inspiring people through this medium. Tune in to learn more about how she’s empowering her audience to save and change the world one episode at a time.

We Found the Absolutely Best Healthy Gift for That Hard to Buy for Friend

Having trouble finding a healthy gift for that “hard-to-buy-for” friend? Tom Hazzard and Tracy Hazzard have just the thing for you! Hydration is the foundation of a healthy lifestyle. But life happens, and people get busy, so it’s easy to forget a drink or even find more convenient yet unhealthy alternatives. Today’s next little thing…

Why A Carefully Structured Podcast Can Make High Power Media Attraction With Reena Friedman Watts Of Better Call Daddy

What is the secret of getting huge engagement on your podcast episodes? What is the right approach to achieve high-power media attraction for your show? Reena Friedman Watts shares with Tracy Hazzard how she built a carefully structured podcast with someone close to her heart. Reena details her workflow for Better Call Daddy, the show she co-hosts with her father. She explains how she invites the best guests through in-depth research and a little bit of stalking. Reena also presents the important role of social media in building an amazing rapport with her dad and her entire audience, ultimately resulting in a handsome return on investment.

Why Apple AirPods Will Never Make Our Headphones Best Of List

  Are the Apple AirPods the next big little thing? Not in a million years, according to your hosts, Tracy Hazzard and Tom Hazzard. This podcast has been all about praising the next little things, but today’s episode is a little different. Learn why the Apple AirPods is a poorly designed product. Learn why it’s…

How To Listen To A Success Podcast For Podcasters And Improve Your Show

The easiest thing you can probably do to learn a few strategies to improve your own podcast is to listen to other successful podcasts. But not just any successful podcast, but a podcast for podcasters in particular. In that way, you can maximize what you learn and what you should apply from there. On today’s show, Tracy Hazzard introduces her podcasts, The Binge Factor, and Feed Your Brand, which she co-hosts with husband Tom Hazzard, and what each show offers. She also shares some ideas on listening and being more productive and successful with applying what you hear on the shows. For podcasters who want to monetize their podcasts, you wouldn’t want to miss out on Tracy’s success tips in this episode!

Podcasting with Brotherly Love About Sports, with Timothy, Michael & Jason Petropoulos of the BRoto Fantasy Football Podcast

  Podcasting with Brotherly Love About Sports, with Timothy, Michael & Jason Petropoulos of the BRoto Fantasy Football Podcast As part of my series of interviews about “5 things you need to know to create a very successful podcast”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Timothy, Michael & Jason Petropoulos. BRoto Fantasy is YOUR all-encompassing…

Meaningful Good Gifts For Kids Young And Old That Save The World Too

  Giving the perfect gift is always going to be a challenge. You want it to be meaningful, so it’s not just a generic gift. You need to take into account who you’re giving the gift to and what their age is. All of those factors play a role in finding the perfect gift. Join…

This Veteran Brings Power To His Podcast Purpose And Inspires A Tribe Too – Meet Otis McGregor Of The Cam & Otis Show

Having a clear and strong podcast purpose is key in running a show that will entice and engage the audience to stick around for more. This requires constant reinvention and innovation to keep the podcast going and eventually, build a thriving community of like-minded people. Joining Tracy Hazzard is Otis McGregor to talk about the show with his son Cam, The Cam & Otis Show. He unravels the secret behind their incredible chemistry, how they make every conversation insightful and interesting, and their technique in building amazing rapport with guests. Otis also shares about his coaching program focused on team building and his book Enable Your Team’s Success.

Creating a Painless Bingeable Podcast with Alan Gordon, LCSW of the Tell Me About Your Pain Podcast

Creating a Painless Bingeable Podcast with Alan Gordon, LCSW of the Tell Me About Your Pain Podcast As part of my series of interviews about “5 things you need to know to create a very successful podcast”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Pain Psychology Center Executive Director and Tell Me About Your Pain podcast host Alan…

This Powerful Mouthwash Will Boost Your Confidence And Really Works

  Do you worry about your bad breath? Having bad breath can be embarrassing. For some, it can even cause a lot of anxiety. Worry no more. In today’s episode of The Next Little Thing, Tom Hazzard and Tracy Hazzard examine a confidence-boosting mouthwash that will literally take your bad breath away called TheraBreath. Created over 20 years ago…

Building In Podcast Money Making Opportunities You Can Taste Like On the Road With Mr. CA Wine, Chuck Cramer

How do you create money-making opportunities through your podcast? With all the time Chuck Cramer got on his hands during the pandemic significantly when businesses slowed down everywhere, he started to have the idea of podcasting. In this episode, he discusses the challenges in building a podcasting business and how he has dealt with those. In addition, he shares the return on investment he has seen in the industry. Chuck hosts On The Road with MR. CA WINE, a show that highlights California’s extraordinary, aspirational lifestyle and fantastic wines. This is a wine journey covering CA wine’s hottest topics, including the process and the biggest challenges encountered. Listen to this episode and learn how to have fun while providing value to people and earning money!

Bingeable Podcasting with Guest-Focused Conversations, from Steven Brykman of The Modern Digital Enterprise Podcast

  Bingeable Podcasting with Guest-Focused Conversations, from Steven Brykman of The Modern Digital Enterprise Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “5 things you need to know to create a “bingeable” podcast”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Steven Brykman. Steven likes to think of himself as a semi-famous F+-list personality: a former…

Cheap Podcast Launching That is Still Really Good With Sarah St. John of the Frugalpreneur Podcast

People often assume that starting a podcast requires having a studio, a full set, and professional equipment when the reality is much cheaper. Today’s guest will be giving tips on cheap podcast launching to help you get started on your podcaster journey! Sarah St. John, aka the Frugalpreneur, is an entrepreneur, author, and podcast host focused on helping people launch and manage an online business on a budget. All it takes is the right strategy and a hundred dollars or less! She chats with Tracy Hazzard on everything you need from equipment to increasing listener engagement with little to no cost. Learn all about her methods and strategies by tuning in to this episode!

Asking Deep Questions Again and Again with Nesha Pai — Host of the Piece of the Pai Podcast

  Asking Deep Questions Again and Again with Nesha Pai — Host of the Piece of the Pai Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “5 things you need to know to create a bingeable podcast”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Nesha Pai. Nesha is the founder of Pai CPA in…

Creating a Bingeable Podcast By Sparking Comedy Moments with Jacob Givens of The Biofriendly Podcast

    Creating a Bingeable Podcast By Sparking Comedy Moments with Jacob Givens of The Biofriendly Podcast As part of my series of interviews about “5 things you need to know to create a bingeable podcast”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Jacob Givens. Jacob is the Director of Promotion and Marketing at Biofriendly and…

BIPOC Creators: Amplifying Embraced Cultural Diversity Through A Strong Podcast Community With Maribel Quezada Smith

Podcasting is a long game but with a lot of opportunities. Among these is the opportunity to amplify embraced cultural diversity through strong podcast communities. Tracy Hazzard sits down for a conversation about this with Maribel Quezada Smith. Maribel is a TV documentary and podcast producer and owner of a bilingual media company that focuses on amplifying diverse voices in the media. In this conversation, she shares her approach in launching podcasts and developing dedicated communities around them. You’ll definitely learn how to make strategic decisions to reach and make a deeper connection with your audience. Tune in for more!

How To Effectively Inject Podcast Business Growth By Making A Difference To Your Market With Adam Hommey Of The Business + Passion Podcast

How do you leverage marketing to create podcast business growth? Our guest in this episode will show you the way! Tracy Hazzard sits down for a lively conversation with Adam Hommey, the host of The Business + Passion podcast. Adam talks about how he got into podcasting and shares his formula that has made his podcast a success. Tune in and learn more about podcasting and business growth from Tracy and Adam.

Advice on How to Make a Pain Point First Podcast Sales Model Profit with Tara Newman of the Bold Money Revolution Podcast

Putting the pain point first of a prospective customer isn’t always something we do, but it’s crucial to success. What do we need to do in focusing on the customer’s pain points? We find out in this episode as Tracy Hazzard interviews business strategist and coach, Tara Newman. Tara discusses the creation of her podcast and how focusing on her listener’s pain point has helped build profits while providing value to her listeners and customers. Listen in to learn more on creating content that focuses on customer needs.

Maximize Your Show Fun While Creating More Useful Podcast Topics With Elzie Flenard Of Podcast Town Throwdown

Who says podcasting can’t be fun? Today’s guest has mastered the concept of substantive fun by creating content you can learn from and enjoy! Joining Tracy Hazzard is Elzie Flenard, host of the Podcast Town Throwdown. In this episode, Elzie will share useful podcast tips on launching your podcast or improving the one you already have. He is doing the same by revamping his other show, the Enterprise Now podcast and injecting more fun while still maintaining its educational and informative value. He talks about how he got started on podcasting and shares his views on organically growing your brand and building authentic connections. Tune in and learn all about Elzie’s binge factor and what makes for a fun podcast.

How An Active Podcast Mission Statement Can Establish A Tribe Vibe Just Like The Co-Hosts Of The Discussion Combustion Podcast, Kevin Batstone And Arthur Rawe

Just like anything, a podcast needs a good foundation in order to thrive. An active podcast mission statement is exactly that. Kevin Batstone and Arthur Rawe from the Discussion Combustion Podcast join Tracy Hazzard to talk about their mission statement and its key contribution to surpassing 100 episodes. From just a couple of guys having beers and talking about life to now having guests from all walks of life, it’s their core mission that has helped attract and retain their audience. Get to know how their podcast started and what they’re doing to further grow and monetize their content. Kevin and Arthur also give sneak-peeks into the equipment they use and share how it’s helped elevate the quality of their content. 

Turn Your First Show Interest Straight To A Powerful New Niche Podcast Network Like Dr. Joe Sallustio Of The EdUp Experience

Transforming a niche podcast into a successful podcast may seem like a lot of work, but it is possible, and we will show you how. In this episode, Tracy Hazzard sits down for a lively interview with Dr. Joe Sallustio, a leader in higher education and one of the hosts of The EdUp Experience. Dr. Sallustio talks about how their podcast started, and how their show has changed over time. He shares the things they have done and accomplished with their podcast and he talks about engagement and monetization. If you have a niche podcast or are thinking of starting one, then this episode is for you.

Stop Limiting Your Potential Podcast Power And Actually Take The Plunge Like Diann Wingert, Host Of The Driven Woman Podcast

Are you waiting for the right time to start your podcast, or are you limiting your potential podcast power? In today’s episode, Tracy Hazzard is joined by Diann Wingert, a mindset and productivity coach for female entrepreneurs and the host of The Driven Women Podcast. Diann shares how she stopped limiting herself and pursued what is now a successful podcast and coaching business. She talks about her fair share of self-inflicted bumps on the road and enlightens with helpful tips on how to overcome them. Diann also offers more tips on how to find the right guests and engage with your listeners. Tune in for another insightful episode!

Seeking Hot & Cool Things? Binge Media Is Launching The Next Little Thing Podcast

  Excitedly looking out for hot or cool things online or on the shelves in stores? You could be seeking the next little thing or service out there! Welcome to the first episode of The Next Little Thing Podcast. Hosted by husband and wife team Tom Hazzard and Tracy Hazzard, the show takes a look at trending or…

Celebrating Podcast Success! Announcing Who Made The Best Guest List From The First 100 Episodes of The Binge Factor

Celebrating podcast success in this 100th episode of The Binge Factor, Tracy Hazzard pays tribute to the 24 most memorable podcasters they’ve had on the show so far. Discover who made Tracy’s best guest list. From the funniest, the most fearless, and the best edutainer to the most unexpectedly interesting and original, learn why these podcasters and their podcasts are worth your while. Who knows, you might walk away with a gem of a tip or two you can use to grow your show and find your binge factor! So sit back and enjoy the show as we celebrate this exciting milestone.

Relationship Building Podcast Content That Makes The Right Touchpoints To Fit Your Ideal Client Like Laura Meyer Of The Scale With Joy Podcast

Finding your audience is important for podcasting. It doesn’t matter if they listen to every episode, as long as they fit your message. Networking and relationship building has been something Laura Meyer practiced for a really long time. After the closing of some of her companies, she was at a loss. But with the power of relationships, she was able to bounce back and come online stronger than ever. Laura is now the co-founder and CEO of The Advance Women’s Network and is also the host of the podcast, Scale With Joy. She joins Tracy Hazzard talk all about engaging and growing your audience through the power of relationships. Join in to learn more!

Be Short and Impactful to Create a Bingeable Podcast, with Vikki Louise of the F*CK Anxiety & Get Sh*t Done Podcast

Be Short and Impactful to Create a Bingeable Podcast, with Vikki Louise of the F*CK Anxiety & Get Sh*t Done Podcast As part of my series of interviews about “5 things you need to know to create a very successful podcast”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Vikki Louise. Vikki works with ambitious overachievers, teaching…

Challenge Your Listeners to Create a Bingeable Podcast with Amy Schmidt of the Fearlessly Facing Fifty Podcast

Challenge Your Listeners to Create a Bingeable Podcast with Amy Schmidt of the Fearlessly Facing Fifty Podcast As part of my series of interviews about “5 things you need to know to create a very bingeable podcast”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Amy Schmidt, podcaster, author, public speaker, blogger and founder of the brand, Fearlessly…

Foster a Great Sense of Community to Create a Bingeable Podcast with Jeanette Bonner of #Single Podcast

    Foster a Great Sense of Community to Create a Bingeable Podcast with Jeanette Bonner of #Single Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “5 things you need to know to create a very bingeable podcast”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Jeanette Bonner, award-winning producer working in narrative film, theater, digital content, reality and podcast….

Be Digestible and Relatable to Create a Bingeable Podcast with Monica C. Guidry of the Whole HeART Podcast

  Be Digestible and Relatable to Create a Bingeable Podcast with Monica C. Guidry of the Whole HeART Podcast As part of my series of interviews about “5 things you need to know to create a very bingeable podcast”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Lifestyle Strategist, Podcast Host and Author Monica C. Guidry. The idea…

How To Make A Contagious Fitness Podcast For Peloton Fanatics Who Never Miss Episodes With Crystal O’Keefe Host Of The Clip Out Podcast

Podcasting has come to the point where you can talk about anything. Whatever it is, there is a big community of people behind it, that are willing to go into your show. This is the case with the Peloton fitness community. Crystal O’Keefe is one half of the hosting duo at The Clip Out Podcast. In this conversation with Tracy Hazzard, learn why Crystal and her husband, Tom O’Keefe decided to make a podcast on such a niche topic – Peloton. Discover how co-hosting makes things easier, how active the Peloton community is, their secrets to monetization, and more. Also, learn about Crystal’s new podcast, The Superset, where she tackles the world of Tonal.

Committing To The Stamina Needed To Be An Astoundingly Good Podcast Host With Joseph Jaffe Of CoronaTV

As the podcasting industry continues to grow, it has become even more important to rise against the tide. One sure way to do that is by becoming a good podcast host, one who not only speaks well but also has the staying power to continue to inspire and impart their message. So what are the qualities that make a person a good host? Well, let’s find out! In this episode of The Binge Factor, our host Tracy Hazzard interviews author, change agent, and founder of CoronaTV, Joseph Jaffe. Joseph shares how CoronaTV was formed and, in the most challenging of times, continues to show up for the audience who need it. He also shares the strategies he uses while hosting and what he has learned creating content for his show. This conversation is a great starting point for people who want to host their own podcast. Learn what it takes to become one and have the stamina to commit to it for the long haul.

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting and Adulting in the Process” with Krista Williams and Lindsey Simcik of Almost 30

  “How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting and Adulting in the Process” with Krista Williams and Lindsey Simcik of Almost 30   As part of my series of interviews about “How podcasters can become a center of influence”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Krista Williams and Lindsey Simcik are Founders &…

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting by Conversing Passionately” with Steve Almond co-host of Dear Sugars

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting by Conversing Passionately” with Steve Almond co-host of Dear Sugars   As part of my series of interviews about “How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Steve Almond, the author of 10 books of fiction and non-fiction, including…

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting About Sex” with Amy Baldwin and April Lampert of the Shameless Sex Podcast

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting About Sex” with Amy Baldwin and April Lampert of the Shameless Sex Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “How podcasters can become a center of influence,” I had the pleasure of interviewing Amy Baldwin, a co-host of the top-rated Shameless Sex Podcast,…

Make Ripples Of Impact With A Heartfelt Nonprofit Podcast Like Kala MacDonald, Founder Of Yoga To Cope

People react differently to the challenges life throws at them and for Kala MacDonald, dealing with losing both her younger brothers to suicide was heartbreaking, to say the least, but it got her to start a nonprofit podcast, Yoga To Cope. She joins Tracy Hazzard to share her story and how yoga helped her deal with her own traumatic experience, which is the inspiration to open Yoga To Cope, a non-profit organization that provides an array of yoga-based resources to help people cope with trauma, grief, depression and the like. She wants to help other people get through their own obstacles through the practice of yoga. Kala also shares how she’s juggling growing the organization, working on the weekly podcasts and teaching privately her clients.

How This Dr. Analyzes Podcast Success And Adapts To Impact More From The Business Couch With Dr. Yishai Barkhordari

Dr. Yishai Barkhordari, a consultant to entrepreneurs and leaders, a licensed psychologist, and the host of The Business Couch with Dr. Yishai, joins Tracy Hazzard to talk about how he analyzes his podcast’s success and adapts to create more impact. He leverages his background in psychology to understand his guests more and dig deeper into the human side of the business. Through creating and building relationships with his guests, he is able to delve into their minds and share their stories of failure and success that help inspires his listeners. Learn more about how he structured his show and his three components that hold it together to create a continuous flow in this conversation. 

Korean American Podcast Stories That Make A Shared Emotional Connection With Hosts Juliana Sohn And Catherine Hong Of K-Pod

K-pod is a Korean American podcast that invites people from different industries to talk about their creative background, their lives and how they became successful in their careers. Tracy Hazzard sits with Catherine Hong and Juliana Sohn, the ladies behind K-pod to talk about how they manage the work, what inspired them to start this podcast and many more. Catherine and Juliana share that they wanted to feature people from the Korean community, especially the Korean Americans who are successful in their own fields, whether they are writers, artists, designers, directors and other creatives. They want to acknowledge these people, connect with them and inspire others through their stories.

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting and Validating Niche Expertise” with Marc Hoag of Autonomous Cars

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting and Validating Niche Expertise” with Marc Hoag of Autonomous Cars   As part of my series of interviews about “How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Marc Hoag, a California-licensed attorney-turned-2x-startup founder based near San Francisco. Beginning his undergraduate…

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting with a Social Mind” with Oliver Yonchev of the Social Minds Podcast

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting with a Social Mind” with Oliver Yonchev of the Social Minds Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Oliver Yonchev is Managing Director of one of the world’s…

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting About Whatever Happens Next” with Ben Mandelker of the Watch What Crappens

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting About Whatever Happens Next” with Ben Mandelker of the Watch What Crappens   As part of my series of interviews about “How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Ben Mandelker is a co-host of Watch What Crappens, a…

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting While Brunching” With Ameerah Saine of Brunch and Slay

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting While Brunching” With Ameerah Saine of Brunch and Slay   As part of my series of interviews about “5 things you need to know to create a “binge-able” podcast”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Ameerah Saine, founder of Brunch and Slay a lifestyle media company and host…

Struggling to Grow Your Podcast? Get Firsthand Podcasting Advice from Host of The Struggle is Real with Justin Peters

Everyone thinks that they can start their own podcast. Fast forward five months later, and they haven’t even bought microphones yet. Starting a podcast takes a lot of dedication, from finding guests to the research. It can all be a hassle if you’re not really serious about it. Learn from Justin Peters, host of The Struggle is Real with Justin Peters, how he started because of his love for learning and research. Also, learn how he found his target audience demographic and adjust his podcast to target them. Join your host Tracy Hazzard as she talks to Justin for some firsthand podcasting advice on how to grow your audience with fan engagement, how to monetize, how to research, why networking with other podcasters is important, and many more.

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting” with Ryan Vet of The Dental Experience Podcast

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting” with Ryan Vet of The Dental Experience Podcast As part of my series of interviews about “How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Ryan Vet is a serial entrepreneur, speaker and author. He hosts The Dental Experience Podcast, a podcast focused…

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting Healthy Living” With Cameron Rogers of The Freckled Foodie Podcast

  “How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting Healthy Living” With Cameron Rogers of The Freckled Foodie Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “5 things you need to know to create a “binge-able” podcast”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Cameron Rogers, a very freckled 27-year-old living in NYC…

Why Podcast IP Is So Valuable, And How To Make Even More Value With Media Intellectual Property Attorney Alexia Bedat

Many podcasters give huge attention to which guest to invite and topics to explore for each episode. While these are essential elements, one important factor in production must never be neglected: podcast IP. Joining Tracy Hazzard is Media Intellectual Property Attorney Alexia Bedat to discuss how podcasters can protect and take full ownership of their work, particularly the audio. Alexia explains the importance of the term “work for hire” in outsourcing contracts, securing partnerships with other shows or organizations, the power of RSS feeds, and shaping your show to become an excellent candidate for adaptations. She also talks about the best approach to the “Fair Use” of other people’s work, guiding podcasts in avoiding any potential legal problem.

How Turning Passion into a Top Dog Podcast Makes an Active Niche for Krista Karpowich Host of the Wag Out Loud Pawdcast

Noticing that most dogs are getting sicker and living shorter lives, Krista Karpowich made it a mission to bring experts and dog enthusiasts together in a committed community to enhance the bond with our dogs, help them live longer, and be as happy and healthy as possible. In this episode, she joins Tracy Hazzard to talk about The Wag Out Loud Pawdcast, a show dedicated to canine health, nutrition, and overall wellbeing. Krista discusses how she turned her passion into one of the Top Dog podcasts, sharing her story of finding this active niche and then growing her show. Imparting lessons from her rough start to her current success, she talks about advanced monetization ideas, ways to use affiliates, community building, and more. Join Krista and Tracy to find out more about how to take your passions to the world through podcasting.

How to Irresistibly Make Heart the Podcast Focus of Your Life Coaching Business – On-Air Coaching with Louis Morris, Host of The Heart Matters

Often, great coaches work from the heart, especially since coaching is such an intimate practice where people choose to be vulnerable with you. Louis Morris has made the heart the center of his coaching business. Through his podcast, The Heart Matters, he has been helping people who want to have it all in their relationships, including their spiritual lives. In this episode, he joins Tracy Hazzard for on-air coaching to gain insights on how to irresistibly make the podcast focus of a coaching business. They talk about soft selling, utilizing intros and outros the right way, setting the tone of the episode through guest introductions, bringing benevolence to the show, and investing deeply in our audience’s success. Tune into this conversation for more and learn how the heart matters in podcasting and coaching.

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting” with Scott Robertson of the May the Best Brand Win Podcast

How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting” with Scott Robertson of the May the Best Brand Win Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “5 things you need to know to create a “binge-able” podcast”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Scott Robertson, host of May the Best Brand Win on Entertalk…

The Essential (And Really Effective) Podcast Guest Skills No One Taught You With Best-Selling Author Of The Career Toolkit, Mark Herschberg

Aside from podcasters having to maintain their own engaging show, another important task they must also dive into is getting guesting opportunities to other podcasts. Since this calls for proper planning and research, Mark Herschberg shares his secrets in honing his podcast guest skills. Joining Tracy Hazzard, the best-selling author of The Career Toolkit talks about how he successfully secured guesting stints in 99 different interviews, all without landing into a show that doesn’t align with him. He discusses how building a vast network plays a huge role in this endeavor, which is now a lot easier with today’s virtual setting. Mark also explores the essential podcasting strategies every host must know, from executing the best marketing approach, choosing the right target audience, and determining the most effective technical setup.

How to Become the Center of Influence Through Lifestyle Podcasting” with Sarah Bragg of the Surviving Sarah Podcast

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Lifestyle Podcasting” with Sarah Bragg of the Surviving Sarah Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “5 things you need to know to create a “binge-able” podcast”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Sarah Bragg is a popular host, communicator, and writer. You can…

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting” with Kara Loewentheil

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting” with Kara Loewentheil     As part of my series of interviews about “5 things you need to know to create a “binge-able” podcast”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Kara Loewentheil who is a Master Coach on a mission to help women get patriarchy out…

Can Your Show Actually Lead To Powerful Partners? Lou Diamond’s Podcast Thrive LOUD Does

Few podcasters have the same caliber as Lou Diamond. As the host of Thrive LOUD and three other shows, this diamond of a podcaster has got to be one of the most prolific in the industry. Known as the Master Connector, Lou is also a whiz when it comes to using his shows to build powerful connections and partnerships. This is just one of the literal diamonds that you are going to get out of this episode as Tracy Hazzard brings him in for a fun and wide-ranging conversation. Nailing down some of the most fundamental secrets to effective podcasting, Lou shares how he finds guests who can bring value to his show and his business in one way or another; how he innovates his shows to keep his audience engaged; and how podcasting has opened up opportunities for himself and his guests to build valuable relationships in a unique way. Join in and find out what makes Lou’s shows bingeable and what steps you can take to follow his brilliant example.

Why Accepting Your Podcast As A Live Experiment Is Success Making Advice From Melanie Parish Host Of The Experimental Leader Podcast

Starting your platform can be a challenging undertaking, especially if you are starting to grow your following. Gathering leadership advice through podcasts is one of the trending go-to inspirations for leaders today, if you are preparing to choose the said path, you need to plan everything on the whiteboard thoroughly. In this episode, Melanie Parish, an executive coach and founder of Experimental Leader Academy, shares her strategies and a clear blueprint on brand development and leadership for both experienced and blooming leaders. The road is never easy, but this episode show you the ropes to have a head start in the leadership and brand field so you can save time and resources in the process.

How To Gain A Niche Audience And Fascinate With Short Laser-Focused Episodes With Not A Momma Life Podcast Host Raphie Wagner

When you look at the different podcast niches for women, one of the striking observations is how many tackle the struggles of having that work-life balance, of being a mompreneur. But what if you’re an entrepreneur but not a mom? Where do you turn to? Raphie Wagner is tired of reading, seeing, and hearing all the mompreneur stuff out there. So she started her own podcast called Not a Momma Life Podcast. In this episode, she joins Tracy Hazzard to talk about her podcasting journey, offering great insights into starting a personal mission-style podcast. Pointedly, she shares how to gain a niche audience and fascinate with short, laser-focused episodes. A child-free woman of color and entrepreneur, Raphie is fostering a community of people who are thriving and overcoming the struggles of the day-to-day busy life, even without a child. Join today’s conversation to learn more about Raphie’s mission, how she is engaging her audience, and how you too can share your message to those who haven’t heard it yet. 

Podfading? Make Time To Affirm Your Purpose And Change Your Pace Just Like Brodie Welch Of A Healthy Curiosity Podcast

With a lot of podcast shows today, especially during this time of everything virtual, many of them undergo the process of podfading. Some may not be that visible as usual, while others are now completely gone without any update. Tracy Hazzard sits down with Brodie Welch of A Healthy Curiosity Podcast to discuss the right way to podfading without coming as a failure or leaving your followers hanging. Brodie shares how she took a breather from managing her podcast after releasing more than 200 episodes, and now goes according to her own pace and got rid of unnecessary pressure. She also talks about her challenges finding the right guests, how she works with monetization, and balancing her podcasting career with the busy life of a licensed acupuncturist.

Gaining Confidence And Getting Comfortable With Being A Podcast Host With Podetize Social Media Strategist & Host Whitney Lauritsen Of This Might Get Uncomfortable Podcast

Being a podcast host is a long, winding game that can get a bit challenging and uncomfortable for many. But by embracing the risks and being comfortable with the difficulties ahead, anyone can make it big in this ever-growing industry. Unraveling the secrets of podcasting career success with Tracy Hazzard is her social media advisor and the co-host of This Might Get Uncomfortable, Whitney Lauritsen. Together, they discuss the best application to use to achieve high-quality audio, the proper way to monetize your show, and how to get the most interesting guests for an even more interesting discussion. Whitney also shares the most effective ways to transform the overwhelming feeling of social media and leverage the power of bite-sized content to benefit your podcast, which is currently showcased in TikTok and Clubhouse.

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Shame-Free Podcasting” with Sara Dean of The Shameless Mom Academy

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Shame-Free Podcasting” with Sara Dean of The Shameless Mom Academy   As part of my series of interviews about “5 things you need to know to create a “binge-able” podcast”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Sara Dean. Sara is the creator and host of the Shameless…

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting to Mama” with Ron Spreeuwenberg of The Preschool Podcast

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting to Mama” with Ron Spreeuwenberg of The Preschool Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “5 things you need to know to create a “binge-able” podcast”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Ron Spreeuwenberg. Ron is the Co-Founder & CEO of HiMama, an…

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Advocate Podcasting” with Stacey Simms of the Diabetes Connections

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Advocate Podcasting” with Stacey Simms of the Diabetes Connections   As part of my series of interviews about “5 things you need to know to create a “binge-able” podcast”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Stacey Simms. Stacey is the host of Diabetes Connections, an award-winning weekly podcast…

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting Scared” with Ruth Soukup of the Do It Scared Podcast

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting Scared” with Ruth Soukup of the Do It Scared Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “How podcasters can become a center of influence”, I had the pleasure of interviewing New York Times bestselling author Ruth Soukup. Ruth is dedicated to helping women…

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting with Your Sister” with Scout and Mady of the Okay Sis Podcast

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting with Your Sister” with Scout and Mady of the Okay Sis Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Scout Sobel and Mady Maio from Okay Sis Podcast. Scout and Mady are…

“How to Become the Center of Influence and a Boss Through Podcasting” with Natalie Ellis and Danielle Canty of the BossBabe Podcast

“How to Become the Center of Influence and a Boss Through Podcasting” with Natalie Ellis and Danielle Canty of the BossBabe Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “How to Become a Center of Influence Through Podcatsing”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Natalie and Danielle, the powerhouse duo behind one of the…

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Passionate Podcasting” with Nancy and Amy Harrington of The Passionistas Project Podcast

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Passionate Podcasting” with Nancy and Amy Harrington of The Passionistas Project Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Sisters Amy and Nancy Harrington. Amy and Nancy have been inspired…

“How to Hustle Your Way to the Center of Influence Through Podcasting” with Ben Anderson of The Hustle Podcast

“How to Hustle Your Way to the Center of Influence Through Podcasting” with Ben Anderson of The Hustle Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Ben Anderson. Ben is known as the 3 Billion Dollar Man. He is…

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting About Everything” with Danny Pellegrino of the Everything Iconic Podcast

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting About Everything” with Danny Pellegrino of the Everything Iconic Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Danny Pellegrino. Danny is an author/screenwriter, and the host/producer of the podcast…

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting” with Bradley Thompson of the Living the Canadian Dream Podcast

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting” with Bradley Thompson of the Living the Canadian Dream Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Bradley Thompson. Bradley is a creative digital marketer, podcaster and content creator…

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Personal Podcasting” with Karim Kanji of the Welcome! Podcast

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Personal Podcasting” with Karim Kanji of the Welcome! Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Karim Kanji. Karim is a founding member and former co-chair of IAB Canada’s Digital…

Why This Cyber Expert Knows Purposeful Commitment is the Heart of Podcast Success – Advice from All In with Rick Jordan

Many people quit their podcasting journey even before they had begun for fear of producing something that isn’t perfect. However, many successful podcasters will attest that there is never a perfect first episode, or even the next ones right after. Showing the ups and downs of being a podcaster, Tracy Hazzard talks to Rick Jordan, a nationally recognized voice on cybersecurity business and ethics and the host of All In with Rick Jordan, to have his take and advice on why purposeful commitment is at the heart of podcast success. Rick shares his journey to podcasting, how he struggled with starting his show, and later on forming a team to do the essential things. He then discusses how he uses his show to purposefully serve his business and how he shows that professionalism that gets his listeners wanting to binge. Podcasting is an on-going journey that you can never perfect on the first try. What you can do is just go all in, offer the value you have to the world, and continually commit to growing one episode at a time.

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Localized Podcasting” with Adam Schick of The Gator Tales Podcast

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Localized Podcasting” with Adam Schick of The Gator Tales Podcast As part of my series of interviews about “How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Adam Schick. Adam is an account executive for The Wilbert Group, a public relations…

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Designer Podcasting” with Sarah Lincoln and Michael Coleman of the The Boston Designcast

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Designer Podcasting” with Sarah Lincoln and Michael Coleman of The Boston Designcast   As part of my series of interviews about “5 things you need to know to create a “binge-able” podcast”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Sarah Lincoln and Michael Coleman. Boston, and Massachusetts in general,…

How to See Past Your Podcast Tech Fear to Move Listeners from Crisis to Opportunity with Amy Schmidt, Host of Fearlessly Facing Fifty

One of the common things that hold people back from podcasting is the technical part of it. Just thinking about the amount of time and effort put into setting it up, editing, and booking guests is enough to send them running away. But what a waste of wisdom that is! Tracy Hazzard brings over to this episode Amy Schmidt, the host of Fearlessly Facing Fifty, to, like the name of her show, inspire us to see past our podcast tech fear so we can impart the insights that could help those who need it. Amy shares her journey thus far into podcasting, how she started and what changed since, and how she is working to increase her listeners, book great guests, and monetize her show. Plus, she also helps break down some podcasting misconceptions, pushing past the things that keep people from trying out their hand in the space. 

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Candid Podcasting” with Arielle Lorre of The Blonde Files

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Candid Podcasting” with Arielle Lorre of The Blonde Files   As part of my series of interviews about “How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Arielle Lorre is a Los Angeles based influencer who is best known for her…

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Digital Nomad Podcasting” with Kari DePhillips of The Workationing Podcast

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Digital Nomad Podcasting” with Kari DePhillips of The Workationing Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Kari DePhillips, the CEO of The Content Factory, a digital PR agency that…

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Enterprise Podcasting” with Doug Hazelman of the MSP360 Podcast

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Enterprise Podcasting” with Doug Hazelman of the MSP360 Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Doug Hazelman is the VP of Technical Marketing for MSP360 (formerly CloudBerry Lab) and…

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Continuing Education Podcasting” with Cheryl S. Turner of the Rad-Cast Podcast

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Continuing Education Podcasting” with Cheryl S. Turner of the Rad-Cast Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Cheryl S. Turner. She has been in healthcare for 30 years…

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Diving Into Podcasting” with Randy Beard of the Ask The Masters Podcast

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Diving Into Podcasting” with Randy Beard of the Ask The Masters Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Randy Beard. Understanding the impact of video, Randy has spent the…

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting Failure” with Sophie Morrison of the Epic/Fail Podcast

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting Failure” with Sophie Morrison of the Epic/Fail Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Sophie Morrison. Sophie is a best-selling author, host of Epic/Fail podcast, speaker, and real estate…

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through the Gift of Podcasting” with Cathy Heller of the Don’t Keep Your Day Job Podcast

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through the Gift of Podcasting” with Cathy Heller of the Don’t Keep Your Day Job Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting, I had the pleasure of interviewing Cathy Heller. As one of the most inspiring,…

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Shifting into Podcasting” with Joe Mechlinski of the Shift Happens Podcast

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Shifting into Podcasting” with Joe Mechlinski of the Shift Happens Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting” I had the pleasure of interviewing Joe Mechlinski. Joe is a New York Times bestselling author, speaker, and…

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Bossy Podcasting” with Dana Malstaff of the Boss Mom Podcast

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Bossy Podcasting” with Dana Malstaff of the Boss Mom Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Dana Malstaff, the CEO and Founder of Boss Mom. She launched the Boss Mom…

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting with Love” with Sarah Headley and Dana Boone of the P.S. I Love This Podcast

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting with Love” with Sarah Headley and Dana Boone of the P.S. I Love This Podcast     As part of my series of interviews about “How to Become a Center of Influence Through Podcasting”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Sarah Headley and Dana Boone, lifelong…

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Motivational Podcasting” with John Di Lemme of the Motivation Plus Marketing Podcast

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Motivational Podcasting” with John Di Lemme of the Motivation Plus Marketing Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “How to Become a Center of Influence Through Podcasting”, I had the pleasure of interviewing John Di Lemme, President & CEO of DDG, Inc. (aka GiantGoals.com). For…

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Spirited Podcasting” with Ashley Leavy of the Crystal Healing Podcast

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Spirited Podcasting” with Ashley Leavy of the Crystal Healing Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Ashley Leavy — a best-selling author, internationally-acclaimed speaker, and award-winning instructor on crystal…

How To Think Carefully About Branding Yourself As A Visionary Founder Or Lead Hungry Podcast Guest With Jeremy Slate Of Create Your Own Life Podcast

Whether you’re a host or a guest, podcasting is always about your brand. Jeremy Slate, the Founder of Command Your Brand and host of Create Your Own Life, has been a constant presence in both sides of the mic. As a host, he has put out over 800 episodes, featuring guests of such caliber that will leave your jaw dropping. On the other hand, he also makes it a habit to appear in three to five podcasts as a guest. How does he do all of these, among other things that have made his show one of the world’s highest rated? In this insightful conversation with Tracy Hazzard, he spills his secrets in getting the best guests and the most listeners to his show. The biggest takeaway here is how he helps his guests prepare for an interview so that they can position themselves as visionary founders instead on someone who is just looking to increase leads. Listen in for his tips on podcasting as a whole, as well as his unique binge factor.

Committing To Make The Strongest Podcast Media Experience For Your Show With Bree Noble Of The Profitable Musician Show

A funnel isn’t just a one-way thing. It’s more of a pipeline when it flows both ways. Successful podcaster Bree Noble has multiple shows going on that feed off each other and serve musicians in different but valuable ways – Women of Substance, Female Entrepreneur Musician, and The Profitable Musician show. With her in-depth knowledge of the industry, Bree’s shows continue to have success and move forward. On today’s podcast, she joins Tracy Hazzard to share how she handles keeping three shows going and how she decided that podcasting is the way to help promote female artists and their music. Committed to making the strongest media experience for your own show? Then you shouldn’t miss this episode. 

Taking Advantage Of Podcast Expertise To Expand The Reach Of Your Show – On-Air Podcast Coaching With Patrick Veroneau Of The Learning From Leaders Podcast

On today’s show, Tracy Hazzard does a strategic coaching session with Patrick Veroneau, the host of Learning From Leaders podcast. As the CEO of the Emery Leadership Group LLC since 2008, Patrick has been passionately identifying and researching the most effective behaviors to help individuals, teams, and organizations rise above their best as leaders. Get a sense of how coaching looks like, sounds like, and feels like as Tracy and Patrick explore what business model or tactic works for him and his show to expand his reach further and have better engagement with his audience.

Make Quality Time to Think About Setting Better Podcasting Goals After 100+ Episodes – On-Air Podcast Coaching with Penny Zenker, host of Take Back Time

Reaching the 100-episode mark is such a feat in podcasting. Together with that happiness for achieving this milestone, however, is that burden that comes from thinking about what is next, how do we switch up our show, what outcomes should we aim for next. Sitting down opposite Tracy Hazzard in this on-air podcast coaching is Penny Zenker, the host of Take Back Time, to talk about the importance of making quality time to think about setting better podcasting goals after producing more than a hundred episodes. They discuss some strategies for structuring the show that sends people back to your website, building a list and monetizing it, and creating raving fans who can bring others to you. Plus, Penny and Tracy then talk about the need to engage with listeners and become more purposeful when recording your podcast.

How the Right Energy and Authentic Control of the Podcast Listener Tone Makes More Impact – On-Air Podcast Coaching with Susan Norton of Connecting 2 Spirit

Every podcast attacks differently. Where others thrive in doing interviews, some people go for a story based and message-driven show. If you are doing the latter, then this episode will be a treat for you! Tracy Hazzard lets us in on one of her on-air podcast coaching sessions with the host of Connecting 2 Spirit, Susan Norton. Together, they discuss what it is like to produce a show like this, zoning in on how you can get the right energy and authentic control of the podcast listener tone to make more impact. They talk about how you can facilitate the experience of your listeners, no matter if they are new to the show or existing ones. Join Tracy and Susan in this episode to learn more about how to bring an authentic show to different types of listeners at different stages.

Reaching Busy Executive Women with a Re-energized Podcast Content Strategy – On-Air Podcast Coaching with Elizabeth Bachman, host of Speakers Who Get Results

Choosing executive leaders as your podcast’s target audience can be tough. With the busyness they face daily, one may think that sitting down to listen to a show is the last thing these people do. That is why you have to make your podcast worth their time because once they do listen, the rewards will just be amazing. So how do you do it? Tracy Hazzard lets us in on her on-air podcast coaching with Elizabeth Bachman, the host of Speakers Who Get Results. Together, they discuss how to reach busy executive women by having a re-energized podcast content strategy. They go in-depth into LinkedIn Live, keeping your existing clients engaged and converting new ones by getting them to take action. Learn how to not only build a number of connections but also quality ones as Tracy and Elizabeth give some tips and tricks to improving your podcast game.

Shift Your Show Format to Create Social Media Growth and Funnel Lead Generation – On-Air Podcast Coaching with Chris Larsen of The Next-Level Income Show

When you are past that startup stage of your show, growing from twelve to 25 episodes with a full feed, what then? How do you take your show to the next level? Tracy Hazzard has someone who is doing it in both his business and podcast. She sits down with Chris Larsen, the host of The Next-Level Income Show and Founding and Managing Partner of Next-Level Income. Tracy lets us in on her coaching session with Chris where they discuss the things you need to think about when upleveling or “next-leveling” your show—from turning down the wrong guests to make room for the right ones, to doing intros, the actual interviews, and transitions. They then talk about how you need to shift your show format to create social media growth and funnel lead generation, taking us to some content-building strategies and a whole lot more.

Little Stories In Your Show: How to Energize Your Podcast With More You Featuring Lisa Pezik of The Lisa Pezik Show

The Lisa Pezik Show is not about Lisa Pezik, but it is sprinkled with enough interesting anecdotes, stories and bits of daily life that make it a highly-relatable podcast for its audience. With being relatable comes trust and with trust comes bingeability. The show’s host, Lisa, is an international Amazon bestselling author, business strategist and worldwide speaker. With her husband Eric, she runs Infinite Design House, an agency that specializes in DFY services for branding, content creation, funnels and websites. Tracy Hazzard gets her on the show to demonstrate what makes the Lisa’s eponymous podcast something that other podcasters should take cues from. Stick around as Tracy reveals Lisa’s ultimate binge factor!

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Reworking Podcasting” with Wailin Wong of the Rework Podcast

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Reworking Podcasting” with Wailin Wong of the Rework Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Wailin Wong. She co-produces and co-hosts the Rework podcast, a show based on the 2010…

Fire Up Your Podcast Interview! See How To Let More Unique Influence And Passion Glow With Connie Benjamin Of My Fire Within Radio

There’s a lot of gumption and a lot of action that has to be taken to be a podcaster. Connie Benjamin embodies that. Connie is an international speaker, a podcast host of My Fire Within Radio, and the number one bestselling international author of the book Women With Fire. On today’s show, she sits down with Tracy Hazzard for a discussion about how you can fire up your podcast interviews. This conversation will remind you why you started your show or why you’re interested in starting your show. You wouldn’t want to miss it as Connie shares a great model for how to trust that fire within.

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Insider Podcasting” with Mark Ramsey of the Inside Star Wars Podcast

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Insider Podcasting” with Mark Ramsey of the Inside Star Wars Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting,” I had the pleasure of interviewing Mark Ramsey. Ramsey has consulted with and delivered projects for numerous media,…

Listen Up! Emerging New Social Good Podcasts Devoted to Inspiring Us to Give More – #GivingTuesdayPodcasts

There are so many gems in the podcasting world that haven’t yet been picked up. Leaving them underappreciated would not only be a waste of great wisdom but would also be a disservice to those who need them. Bringing them to light, Tracy Hazzard welcomes you to a new special feature called #GivingTuesdayPodcasts, where she devotes her episode to shows you may not have heard of before and that you should be listening to, guesting on, learning from, and more importantly, sharing with others. Starting it off, she introduces you to The Giving Done Right Podcast, Give – A Philanthropy Podcast; Pro Bono Perspectives; Released Global; and Givers, Doers, & Thinkers. Discover these new social good podcasts that are devoted to inspiring us to be more and give more in this episode!

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Binge-Worthy Conversation Podcasting” with Tom Rosenak of the Where Diamonds Meet Podcast

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Binge-Worthy Conversation Podcasting” with Tom Rosenak of the Where Diamonds Meet Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Tom Rosenak, the founder and CEO of Diamond Mind Enterprises. His…

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Original Podcasting” with Maggie McGuire of the Pinna Original Podcast

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Original Podcasting” with Maggie McGuire of the Pinna Original Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Maggie McGuire. She is CEO of Pinna, ​an audio-first children’s media company offering the…

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Cultural Podcasting” with Anthony Frasier of the ABF Creative Podcast

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Cultural Podcasting” with Anthony Frasier of the ABF Creative Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Anthony Frasier, founder and creative director of ABF Creative. ABF Creative produces original and…

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Honest Podcasting” with Jenna Parris of the MAMA SAID Podcast

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Honest Podcasting” with Jenna Parris of the MAMA SAID Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Jenna Parris. Jenna is a musician and mother of 2. Growing up in…

One Podcast Host Compels Million Dollar Companies To Fulfill The Desire To Live And Give More – Meet Paul Higgins Of The Build Live Give Podcast

Podcasting is one interesting industry as its timeliness captures the interest of many. However, as for the hosts themselves, achieving podcasting success takes more than just publishing episodes and waiting for listeners to flock to them. Joining Tracy Hazzard is Paul Higgins of Build Live Give podcast in discussing the right strategies every podcaster should keep in mind to achieve a better following, integrity, and revenue. He explains how making a 0.5 episode allowed him to connect with old and new listeners alike, how LinkedIn can be utilized to promote podcasts, his four categories of guests, the untapped strength of solo podcast episodes, and more.

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Rising Tide Podcasting” with Kimberly Sumpter of the Sistahs Connect Podcast

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Rising Tide Podcasting” with Kimberly Sumpter of the Sistahs Connect Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Kimberly Sumpter is a Jersey City, NJ native and the host of…

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Brand-Building Podcasting” with Rupert Runewitsch of the Our/Los Angeles Podcast

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Brand-Building Podcasting” with Rupert Runewitsch of the Our/Los Angeles Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Rupert Runewitsch. After being in ‘adland’ for 15 years and working in some…

Meaningful Podcast Marketing With A Focus On Reasons And Not ROI With Shiv Gaglani Of The Raise The Line Podcast

Raise the Line is not just a podcast. It is a brand. It is a name that is associated with a definite service in the healthcare education industry. Holding the mike as host of this incredibly successful podcast is Shiv Gaglani, the Cofounder and CEO of Osmosis.org, a platform that leads the way in developing innovative and scalable solutions in the fields of healthcare education. Joining Tracy Hazzard for a chat, he relates how they use podcasting as an extension of their brand message at Osmosis and how they are constantly recycling and repurposing content to achieve maximum impact. Shiv and the rest of the Osmosis team take podcasting seriously as a part of their corporate messaging and content strategy. Listen in and learn why this podcast is so bingeable and why it will outlast this pandemic.

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Investing in Podcasting” with Matthew Baltzell of the Real Estate Journeys Podcast

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Investing in Podcasting” with Matthew Baltzell of the Real Estate Journeys Podcast     As part of my series of interviews about “How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Matthew Baltzell. He is a real-estate investor and hosts the podcast Real…

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Conversational Podcasting” with Celeste Headlee of the MEN Podcast from Scene On Radio

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Conversational Podcasting” with Celeste Headlee of the MEN Podcast from Scene On Radio   As part of my series of interviews about “How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Celeste Headlee. She is an award-winning journalist, professional speaker, popular podcast…

How To Create A Niche Podcast That Builds And Empowers Investing Women With Moneeka Sawyer Of The Real Estate Investing For Women Podcast

There are many paths you can take to monetize a podcast, even if you’re serving a tightly-defined niche. After more than 200 episodes at Real Estate Investing For Women Podcast, real estate investor Moneeka Sawyer proves that it can be done if you have the passion, perseverance and just the right bit of know-how. She may be passionate about it now, but she hated podcasting at the get-go. When she saw how dramatically increased traffic to her mastermind, she was sold. Now that the mastermind’s off the table, she is using affiliate links to get sponsorships. In this interview with Tracy Hazzard, you will learn that when you just come from a place of authenticity and curate content to help out a specific niche, karmic forces will make sure your production costs are covered, at the very least. Known in her circles as the Blissful Investor, Moneeka is full of energy and reeks of the passion she has for empowering women. You are going to enjoy this episode.

Engaging Binge Podcast Listeners To Super-Share Your Show By Making It Remarkable With Dr. Peter McGraw, Host Of Solo

Constantly creating content, producing results, and pushing out work doesn’t take a lot of effort. However, with the emergence of social media, your target audience is bombarded with noise from every direction at an all-time high. What can you do to stand out as a true leader in the industry? On today’s podcast, Tracy Hazzard sits down with Dr. Peter McGraw to discuss how you can make your show remarkable to engage binge podcast listeners to share it. Dr. McGraw is a behavioral economist, sought-after professional speaker, and global expert in the scientific study of humor. Diving into the transition process from his first podcast, I’m Not Joking, to his second one, Solo: The Single Person’s Guide to a Remarkable Life, he opens up about the successes he’s had and the struggles he’s working through right now.

Podcast Funnel Automation and Guest Connection with Chad Burmeister of The AI for Sales Podcast

In this day and age, automation has become a business asset, helping owners and their teams alike streamline their processes and be more efficient. Yet, many are still on the fence around AI, believing that it takes humanity out of the process. However, this episode’s guest, Chad Burmeister, has proved that using AI does not have to be that way. As the host of AI for Sales Podcast, he has brought the humanity and human outcome focus, having set up a sales automation process to do guest booking for his show. He joins Tracy Hazzard to share with us how he is using a podcast funnel automation for guest connection and how he is setting his podcast up to sell the services in his business. What is more, Chad talks about ScaleX.ai and how it provides sales professionals with the toolkit to crush their quotas and more.

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Shock Podcasting” with Steve Grillo of the AftershockXL Podcast

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Shock Podcasting” with Steve Grillo of the AftershockXL Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Steve Grillo. He is the host of the video podcast AftershockXL. Watch each week…

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Community-Building Podcasting” with Mike Volpe of the Agile Operation Podcast

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Community-Building Podcasting” with Mike Volpe of the Agile Operation Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Mike Volpe. He is the CEO of Lola.com, the easiest way to book,…

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Smart Podcasting” with Jen Spencer of the SmartBug on Tap Podcast

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Smart Podcasting” with Jen Spencer of the SmartBug on Tap Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Jen Spencer, VP of Sales & Marketing, SmartBug Media™. Jen Spencer is…

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Change Agent Podcasting” with Lorne M. Buchman of the Change Lab Podcast

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Change Agent Podcasting” with Lorne M. Buchman of the Change Lab Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Lorne M. Buchman. He is the fifth president of ArtCenter College…

Intangible Business Podcast Success Metrics with Jess Dewell of the BOLD Business Podcast

In order to create a resilient podcast, you have to be bold and think effectively on your feet. This episode’s guest is a strategic advisor who specializes in working with companies at the critical point in development where they want to make the right decisions right now. Tracy Hazzard interviews Jess Dewell, the host of the BOLD Business Podcast. In this conversation, Jess introduces us to her bold way of doing business and how to solve big problems without expensive solutions. She also talks about how she uses her show, how it works for her, and why she keeps doing it. At its core, Jess’ success comes from the intangible business podcast metrics that she has set up that helped her show grow into what it is today. She shares with us how we can rethink our own metrics to benefit us more while also letting us into the best ways she has found to book great guests, produce a show, monetize, and more.

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Subject Matter Expert Podcasting” with Jameson Sharp of The Jiu Jitsu Takedown Podcast

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Subject Matter Expert Podcasting” with Jameson Sharp of The Jiu Jitsu Takedown Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Jameson Sharp. He is an accomplished Kansas City Businessman who…

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Behind The Scenes Podcasting” with Brock Radke of the All The Vegas Podcast

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Behind The Scenes Podcasting” with Brock Radke of the All The Vegas Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Brock Radke. He is an award-winning writer and reporter who’s been…

“How to Become the Center of Influence By Advancing Women In Product” with Nancy Wang of the Master Of Product Podcast

“How to Become the Center of Influence By Advancing Women In Product” with Nancy Wang of the Master Of Product Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Nancy Wang. She is an experienced enterprise software product manager and…

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Bingeworthy Podcasting” with Alex Eremia of The BingeWith Podcast

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Bingeworthy Podcasting” with Alex Eremia of The BingeWith Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Alex Eremia, CEO of BingeWith. Trained as a data analyst, Alex has experience building…

Strategizing A Podcast Series To Match Your Big Why With Mark Gober Of The Where Is My Mind? Podcast

As varied as the means to put out content in this day and age, podcasting attracts people you otherwise wouldn’t in other media outlets. That’s why for many businesses and individuals looking to expand their reach, creating a podcast has become a way to go. But how do you go about doing that, especially one that still speaks to who you are? In this episode, Tracy Hazzard interviews Mark Gober—speaker, author of An End to Upside Down Thinking, and host of the Where Is My Mind? podcast—to share with us how he has been strategizing his podcast series to match his big “why.” He takes us across his journey of turning his book into a bingeable podcast series and the process he follows to create a unique show format. Plus, Mark also shares how he is increasing listeners and monetizing his podcast.

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Natural Podcasting” with Janis Putelis of The MeatEater Podcast

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Natural Podcasting” with Janis Putelis of The MeatEater Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Janis (pronounced Yan-is) Putelis. Janis is the executive producer of the Netflix Original Series…

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Comedic Podcasting” with Nick Scopoletti and Comedy DJ TheGregalicious of The Mangina Dialogues Podcast

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Comedic Podcasting” with Nick Scopoletti and Comedy DJ TheGregalicious of The Mangina Dialogues Podcast As part of my series of interviews about “How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting”, I had the pleasure of interviewing stand-up comedian Nick Scopoletti and Comedy DJ TheGregalicious host the…

Successful Podcast Leaders Patiently Build A Strong Foundation With Kevin Dawson Of The Leaders & Lagers Podcast

In today’s competitive landscape, building a successful podcast takes a lot of ingenuity, patience, and building the foundation to monetize it in many different ways. Kevin Dawson, a leadership and culture consultant and the host of the Leaders & Lagers podcast, joins Tracy Hazzard in today’s episode to discuss how he’s created a podcast that commands an audience and gets them to binge on his content so that they come back again and again. Kevin has set up his podcast in a way that leaves himself open to monetization opportunities. Want to create a successful podcast? Learn the secrets to creating a bingeable one and getting sponsorships to help subsidize your production costs by tuning in to this episode. 

Building Podcast Confidence And Trust With Suzanne Sena Of The Confidence Connection Podcast

Why would a big TV personality want to do a podcast? For Emmy-nominated broadcaster, Suzanne Sena, The Confidence Connection is a product of passion. It is a place where she can be authentic, where she can learn, and it’s something that she really enjoys doing. If you’re thinking that she would have an unfair initial advantage as a former news anchor, you would be in for a surprise. We all have to start somewhere, and Suzanne did have her share of hiccups. Listen in as she joins Tracy Hazzard in this interview, where Suzanne shares the challenges that she had to go through as a podcaster and how she eventually built confidence and trust in her product as something that really drives value to her audience. Plus, get some incredibly useful podcasting tips from one of the best hosts in the podcasting business. If you’re planning to start a podcast, then you’re in for a treat!

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting with Your Bestie” with Grace Atwood and Becca Freeman of the Bad on Paper Podcast

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting with Your Bestie” with Grace Atwood and Becca Freeman of the Bad on Paper Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting”, I had the pleasure of interviewing your new internet besties give you a…

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting as a Couple” with Jenna Kim Jones and #AL of the Couple Friends Podcast

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting as a Couple” with Jenna Kim Jones and #AL of the Couple Friends Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “5 things you need to know to create a “binge-able” podcast”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Jenna Kim Jones and her husband…

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Super Podcasting” with Jonathan Levi of the SuperHuman Academy Podcast

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Super Podcasting” with Jonathan Levi of the SuperHuman Academy Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Jonathan Levi. Jonathan is an experienced entrepreneur, angel investor, podcast host and Lifehacker from…

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Smart Tech Podcasting” with Sam Brake Guia of the Brains Byte Back Podcast

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Smart Tech Podcasting” with Sam Brake Guia of the Brains Byte Back Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “How podcasters can become a center of influence,” I had the pleasure of interviewing Sam Brake Guia of Brains Byte Back Podcast. Sam is a…

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Knowledgeable Podcasting” with Kris Gethin of The Knowledge and Mileage Podcast

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Knowledgeable Podcasting” with Kris Gethin of The Knowledge and Mileage Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “How Podcasters Become the Center of Influence,” I had the pleasure of interviewing Kris Gethin of The Knowledge and Mileage Podcast. Kris Gethin is an internationally renowned businessman and…

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Amped Up Podcasting” with Brendan Hufford of the Entrepreneurs and Coffee Podcast

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Amped Up Podcasting” with Brendan Hufford of the Entrepreneurs and Coffee Podcast     As part of my series of interviews about “How podcasters can become a center of influence”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Brendan Hufford of the Entrepreneurs and Coffee podcast. He is a veteran podcast who has…

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting with a Social Mind” with Giselle Ugarte of the Call to Action Podcast

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting with a Social Mind” with Giselle Ugarte of the Call to Action Podcast     As part of my series of interviews about “How podcasters can become a center of influence”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Giselle Ugarte of Call to Action Podcast. She is…

Quill CEO Fatima Zaidi: “Podcasts often end up creating communities where listeners can discover and connect with like-minded people who have similar interests”

Quill CEO Fatima Zaidi: “Podcasts often end up creating communities where listeners can discover and connect with like-minded people who have similar interests”   As a part of my series of interviews about “How to Become the Center of Influence Through Podcasting”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Fatima Zaidi. Although not a podcaster, she is…

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Honest Podcasting” with Rhea Freeman of the Small & Supercharged Podcast

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Honest Podcasting” with Rhea Freeman of the Small & Supercharged Podcast     As part of my series of interviews about “How podcasters can become a center of influence,” I had the pleasure of interviewing Rhea Freeman of Small & Supercharged Podcast. She is a social media and…

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Result-Driven Podcasting” with Ruth Kudzi of the Path to Success Podcast

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Result-Driven Podcasting” with Ruth Kudzi of the Path to Success Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “How podcasters can become a center of influence”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Ruth Kudzi of Path to Success. She is a UK based business mentor, mindset coach and…

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Impactful Podcasting” with Nan McKay of the Trailblazers Impact Podcast

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Impactful Podcasting” with Nan McKay of the Trailblazers Impact Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “How podcasters can become a center of influence”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Nan McKay of the Trailblazers Impact Podcast. She is a serial entrepreneur and 2019…

Powering Your Podcast Lead Generation With Laura Powers of The Healing Powers Podcast

If your business is hard to sell because it is too niched or hard to explain using traditional promotional methods, podcasting is a great way to increase your lead generation by showing your potential customers what value they will get from you. If you’ve just started a podcast or planning to do so in the future, this episode is definitely for you. What things do you need to work on to leverage your podcast so that it brings leads and conversions to your business? Take it from celebrity psychic and veteran spirituality podcaster, Laura Powers, host of the Healing Powers Podcast. Over nine years in podcasting has taught Laura the value of finding the right niche, reaching out to the right people, working with a team and other things you can do to power up your podcasts’ reach. Most importantly, she learned the power of authenticity – how being true to yourself can be the greatest thing that attracts people to you and makes your show binge-able. She talks about all these in this conversation with Tracy Hazzard.

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Collaborative Podcasting” with Brianna Peters of the Bit Different Pod

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Collaborative Podcasting” with Brianna Peters of the Bit Different Pod     As part of my series of interviews about “How podcasters can become a center of influence,” I had the pleasure of interviewing Brianna Peters of the Bit Different Pod. She is also the owner and founder of Gotham Podcast…

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Cathartic Podcasting” With Annie Tevelin of the Off The Record Podcast

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Cathartic Podcasting” With Annie Tevelin of the Off The Record Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “How podcasters can become a center of influence,” I had the pleasure of interviewing Annie Tevelin of the Off The Record Podcast. What began as SkinOwl Founder, Annie Tevelin’s,…

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Unfiltered Podcasting” with Riane Puno of the Alma Matters Podcast

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Unfiltered Podcasting” with Riane Puno of the Alma Matters Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “How podcasters can become a center of influence,” I had the pleasure of interviewing Riane Puno. She is the founder and host of Alma Matters, a podcast that explores…

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Fun and Authentic Podcasting” with Brimstone of The Grindhouse Radio

“How to Become the Center of Influence Through Fun and Authentic Podcasting” with Brimstone of The Grindhouse Radio   As part of my series of interviews about “How podcasters can become a center of influence,” I had the pleasure of interviewing Brimstone (William Kucmierowski). He has had a successful and rewarding career spanning well over three decades; participating…

“How to Become the Center of Influence Without Limits By Podcasting” with Jess Ambrose from Chatty Broads with Bekah and Jess

“How to Become the Center of Influence Without Limits By Podcasting” with Jess Ambrose from Chatty Broads with Bekah and Jess   As part of my series of interviews about “How podcasters can become a center of influence,” I had the pleasure of interviewing Jess Ambrose from Chatty Broads with Bekah and Jess. Chatty Broads with…

Successfully Transitioning From YouTube To Podcasting With Desiree Martinez, Host Of The Women Of Youtube Podcast

How are YouTube and podcasting similar? How are they different? If you’ve worked with both media, you would know that while each has its own unique set of challenges, there are many parallels between the two at the fundamental level. This is part of what makes Desiree Martinez so successful in transitioning from YouTube to podcasting. Joining Tracy Hazzard on the show, Desiree is an award-winning social media creative content creator, YouTuber, speaker and business owner. She hosts the Women of YouTube Podcast, where she gets women creators in YouTube to share their stories to inspire other women to start creating content. Desiree knows that you have something to share that will be of value to someone and guides you through some tips to overcome that initial fear and hesitation and start creating. Whether you’re transitioning from YouTube to podcasting, transitioning from podcasting to YouTube or even just starting out in either or both, there is so much that you can learn from this episode.

“How to Create a Bingeable Podcast Through Consistency” with Ryan Inman of the Financial Residency Podcast

“How to Create a Bingeable Podcast Through Consistency” with Ryan Inman of the Financial Residency Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “5 things you need to know to create a bingeable podcast”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Ryan Inman. Awarded as one of Investopedia’s Top 100 Financial Advisors in the…

Creating Impact Through a Bingeable Podcast Show, with Hailey Miller of the How We’ll Live Podcast

Creating Impact Through a Bingeable Podcast Show, with Hailey Miller of the How We’ll Live Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about podcasters and videocasters creating The Binge Factor, I had the pleasure of interviewing Hailey Miller. She is an NYC based well-being coach, motivational speaker, strategic marketing professional, and host of the podcast How…

Creating a Bingeable Podcast as an Art Form with Will Armstrong & Wendy Rosoff of the West of Broadway

Creating a Bingeable Podcast as an Art Form with Will Armstrong & Wendy Rosoff of the West of Broadway   As part of my series of interviews about The Binge Factor, I had the pleasure of interviewing Broadway veterans Will Armstrong & Wendy Rosoff, the hosts of the West of Broadway Podcast. On the West of Broadway podcast, they discuss…

“How to Create a Bingeable Podcast Through Co-Host Chemistry” with Shea Keats and Maddie Jerge of the Camp Adulthood and the Resident Youth Podcast

“How to Create a Bingeable Podcast Through Co-Host Chemistry” with Shea Keats and Maddie Jerge of the Camp Adulthood and the Resident Youth Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “5 things you need to know to create a bingeable podcast”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Shea Keats and Maddie Jerge, hosts of…

“How to Create a Bingeable Podcast Through Radical Transparency” with Sophie Jaffe of The IGNTD Podcast

“How to Create a Bingeable Podcast Through Radical Transparency” with Sophie Jaffe of The IGNTD Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “5 things you need to know to create a bingeable podcast”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Sophie Jaffe. She is a renowned Los Angeles-based health and wellness expert who…

“How to Create a Bingeable Podcast through Quick and Easy Content” with Riley Moore of The Moore You Know Podcast

“How to Create a Bingeable Podcast through Quick and Easy Content” with Riley Moore of The Moore You Know Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “5 things you need to know to create a bingeable podcast”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Riley Moore. He is the CEO of RM4Tech, the…

“How to Create a Bingeable Podcast through Unique Money Stories” with Bobbi Rebell of The Financial Grownup Podcast

“How to Create a Bingeable Podcast through Unique Money Stories” with Bobbi Rebell of The Financial Grownup Podcast As part of my series of interviews about “5 things you need to know to create a “bingeable” podcast”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Bobbi Rebell. Certified Financial Planner Bobbi Rebell is the host of The…

The Credibility Factor: Building Authority In Sports Law With Jeremy Evans, Host Of Bleav In Sports Law

There is so much more to success than having a podcast to generate leads. For those who have been in this space for long, podcasting is about establishing credibility within one’s own niche and building an audience and community around you. This, in itself, is a great success builder. In today’s discussion, Tracy Hazzard brings over a guest who has been using his podcast for its credibility factor. She interviews Jeremy Evans, the founder and managing attorney at California Sports Lawyer. Through his podcast, Bleav in Sports Law, Jeremy takes a deep dive into his niche and tells us how he utilizes the platform for his business other than just generating leads. He also shares with us how he encourages engagement, invites guests, and produces his show. Listen to this episode to learn about this unique perspective on success using podcasting and how Jeremy uses it to build his authority in sports law.

“How to Create a Bingeable Podcast by Inspiring a Mom Movement” with LaWann Moses of More Than A Mother Podcast

“How to Create a Bingeable Podcast by Inspiring a Mom Movement” with LaWann Moses of More Than A Mother Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “5 things you need to know to create a bingeable podcast”, I had the pleasure of interviewing LaWann Moses. She is the Founder & CEO of WannMo,…

“Be a Practitioner to Create a Bingeable Podcast” with Gabe Larsen of the Customer Service Secrets Podcast

“Be a Practitioner to Create a Bingeable Podcast” with Gabe Larsen of the Customer Service Secrets Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “5 things you need to know to create a bingeable podcast”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Gabe Larsen. He serves as VP of Growth and leads Kustomer’s worldwide marketing efforts,…

“How to Create a Bingeable Podcast through Your Personal Passion” with Ashley Flowers of the Crime Junkie Podcast

“How to Create a Bingeable Podcast through Your Personal Passion” with Ashley Flowers of the Crime Junkie Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “5 things you need to know to create a very successful podcast”, I had the pleasure of interviewing podcast host, Ashley Flowers. Ashley Flowers is the founder of…

“How to Create a Bingeable Podcast through an Actionable Plan” with Motus Creative Group Co-Founder Christopher Foust

“How to Create a Bingeable Podcast through an Actionable Plan” with Motus Creative Group Co-Founder Christopher Foust   As part of my series of interviews about “5 things you need to know to create a bingeable podcast”, I came across Christopher Foust. He is the co-founder of Motus Creative Group: an agency focused on marketing…

“How to Create a Bingeable Podcast through a Chemistry and Connection” with Stephanie Spett & Eric Spett of the Divorce Done Well Podcast

“How to Create a Bingeable Podcast through a Chemistry and Connection” with Stephanie Spett & Eric Spett of the Divorce Done Well Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “5 things you need to know to create a bingeable podcast”, I had the privilege to interview Stephanie Spett & Eric Spett. By no means…

Comedy Duo On Co-Hosting And Working With Wondery Podcasts With Brooke Siffrinn And Aricia Skidmore-Williams, Hosts Of The Even The Rich Podcast

There is no limit to what style of podcasting you can do. Just as how varied your topics can be, the way you present them to your listeners can also be as unique. Bringing you something new to the table in this episode, Tracy Hazzard sits down with the comedy duo on co-hosting, Brooke Siffrinn and Aricia Skidmore-Williams of the Even The Rich podcast, a series that pulls back the curtain and dishes on some of the greatest family dynasties in history. Produced by the big production studio, Wondery, which is known for producing a lot of great entertainment style podcasts that are generally story-focused, Brooke and Aricia offer some great insights about how they go about their show’s format and maintain that great rapport as co-hosts. They then share with us how they give improv cues, what traits make a good host, and how to start an entertainment-style show yourself or work with a group like Wondery. Take a deep dive into this different episode to know more about how things work when doing a highly produced show and more.

“How to Create a Bingeable Podcast through a Unique Format” with Dr. Christian Gonzalez of the Heal Thy Self Podcast

“How to Create a Bingeable Podcast through a Unique Format” with Dr. Christian Gonzalez of the Heal Thy Self Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “5 things you need to know to create a bingeable podcast”, I came across Dr. Christian Gonzalez. He is a Naturopathic Doctor who specializes in Integrative Oncology. Dr….

“Be Realistic and Relatable to Create a Bingeable Podcast” with Kaitlin Statz and Travis Vengroff of Fool and Scholar Productions

“Be Realistic and Relatable to Create a Bingeable Podcast” with Kaitlin Statz and Travis Vengroff of Fool and Scholar Productions   As part of my series of interviews about “5 things you need to know to create a bingeable podcast”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Kaitlin Statz and Travis Vengroff. Kaitlin Statz is the award-winning writer…

Find New Angles to Create a Bingeable Podcast with Jensen Karp of No-Sports Report Podcast

Find New Angles to Create a Bingeable Podcast with Jensen Karp of No-Sports Report Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “5 things you need to know to create a bingeable podcast”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Jensen Karp. He is the host of the new No-Sports Report podcast from Treefort Media featuring ‘fireside’ chats with the…

“Create a Bingeable Podcast through Great Content” with Dr. Adarsh Vijay Mudgil of The Dr. Mudgil Podcast

“Create a Bingeable Podcast through Great Content” with Dr. Adarsh Vijay Mudgil of The Dr. Mudgil Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “5 things you need to know to create a very successful podcast”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Adarsh Vijay Mudgil. Dr. Adarsh Vijay Mudgil is a dual board-certified dermatologist…

“Go ‘Off Script’ to Create a Bingeable Podcast” with John Tyreman and Kelly Waffle of The Visible Expert Podcast

“Go ‘Off Script’ to Create a Bingeable Podcast” with John Tyreman and Kelly Waffle of The Visible Expert Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “5 things you need to know to create a very successful podcast”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Kelly Waffle and John Tyreman, co-host of Hinge’s “The Visible Expert…

Thought Leadership Podcasting With Net New Client Metrics With Peter Winick

Successful podcasting is not so much about having millions of viewers as it is about having a guesting strategy by which your rapport with your guests helps build your show and your business. Peter Winick, founder and CEO of Thought Leadership Leverage and host of the Leveraging Thought Leadership Podcast, is among these people. For more than 20 years, he has helped individuals and organizations design and grow their thought leadership platforms and grow revenue streams from them. Tracy Hazzard recently wrote an article about his podcasting strategies that drive his show into a continuing success. He joins her again on the show to talk more about guesting strategy, building rapport, and getting new clients. Don’t miss out on this episode!

“Create a Bingeable Podcast Through Connecting Out Loud” with Lou Diamond of the Thrive Loud Podcast

“Create a Bingeable Podcast Through Connecting Out Loud” with Lou Diamond of the Thrive Loud Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “5 things you need to know to create a bingeable podcast”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Lou Diamond. Lou Diamond is the Master Connector. He has over a quarter-century…

“Dial Down the Information Overload to Create a Bingeable Podcast” with Kwame Christian of the Negotiate Anything Podcast

“Dial Down the Information Overload to Create a Bingeable Podcast” with Kwame Christian of the Negotiate Anything Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “5 things you need to know to create a bingeable podcast”, I had the pleasure of interviewing award-winning author and sought after national keynote speaker Kwame Christian. He is also…

“Strike a Smart Balance to Create a Bingeable Podcast” with Katherine Spiers of the Smart Mouth Podcast

“Strike a Smart Balance to Create a Bingeable Podcast” with Katherine Spiers of the Smart Mouth Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “5 things you need to know to create a bingeable podcast”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Katherine Spiers. She is the co-founder of the podcast network TableCakes Productions, and the…

“Empower People to Create a Bingeable Podcast” with Jason Krantz & Jordan Morrow of the Transformation Nation Podcast

“Empower People to Create a Bingeable Podcast” with Jason Krantz & Jordan Morrow of the Transformation Nation Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “5 things you need to know to create a bingeable podcast”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Jason Krantz and Jordan Morrow. Jason & Jordan, two recognized thought leaders in the…

Be Super Specific to Create a Bingeable Podcast with Drew Mackie of the Gayest Episode Ever Podcast

Be Super Specific to Create a Bingeable Podcast with Drew Mackie of the Gayest Episode Ever Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “5 things you need to know to create a bingeable podcast”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Drew Mackie. In the span of a year, Drew Mackie ended a career…

Podcasting In The Virtual Summit Space With Dr. Mark T. Wade

Sometimes, it pays off to be clear about what niche you are serving in your podcast. Dr. Mark T. Wade, founder and CEO of Virtual Summits, is pretty straightforward about it: his podcast is about virtual summits, so he names it the Virtual Summits Podcast. The podcast features strategy sessions and interviews with summit hosts, summit coaches, and other people in the virtual summit space. Recently celebrating its 150th episode and first anniversary, the show is going strong, and Dr. Mark is consistently besting himself as a host. Have a listen as Tracy Hazzard sits with him to get into what makes his podcast binge-worthy.

Create a Bingeable Podcast by Turning Passions into Meaningful Careers with Christine Hong of The New School Podcast

Create a Bingeable Podcast by Turning Passions into Meaningful Careers with Christine Hong of The New School Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “5 things you need to know to create a “binge-able” podcast”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Christine Hong. Christine is the founder and host of The New School…

How to Create a Bingeable Hybrid Podcast with Matt Hooper of the Live! From Tomorrow Podcast

How to Create a Bingeable Hybrid Podcast with Matt Hooper of the Live! From Tomorrow Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “5 things you need to know to create a bingeable podcast”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Matt Hooper. Matt Hooper is the creator of Live! From Tomorrow, a musical comedy…

Find Your Groove to Create a Bingeable Podcast with Stacy Tuschl of the Foot Traffic Podcast

Find Your Groove to Create a Bingeable Podcast with Stacy Tuschl of the Foot Traffic Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “5 things you need to know to create a very bingeable podcast”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Stacy Tuschl. Stacy has made a name for herself as an expert in…

How to Create a Bingeable Podcast through Changing Lives with Michelle Glogovac of the My Simplified Life Podcast

How to Create a Bingeable Podcast through Changing Lives with Michelle Glogovac of the My Simplified Life Podcast   As part of my series of interviews about “5 things you need to know to create a very bingeable podcast”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Michelle Glogovac. Michelle is THE podcast matchmaker, podcast producer, and…

Beyond The Smart Passive Income Podcast And Into Building An Online Business That Works With Pat Flynn

There really is no denying the power of podcasting in helping you build a business empire for yourself, given that you do it the right way. In this very special episode, Tracy Hazzard sits down with Pat Flynn, one of the most influential people in the podcasting industry. Pat is the man behind the Smart Passive Income Podcast and AskPat, both have earned a combined total of over 60 million downloads, multiple awards, and features in various publications. He also owns several successful online businesses and is a professional blogger, keynote speaker, Wall Street Journal bestselling author. As one of the best teachers in podcasting and its business side, Pat tells the story of how he built an online business from his podcasting venture and shares how we can do that ourselves. He dives deep into alternative monetization and affiliate marketing, sharing the many opportunities for all podcasts that are often overlooked. He further gives some great advice on staying motivated, inviting new guests, increasing your audience, producing professionally, and encouraging engagement. Listen in on this great conversation to know more about the world of podcasting and creating a whole digital online business from it.

How to Create a Bingeable Podcast through Empathy and Humor with Yue Xu and Julie Krafchick of the Dateable Podcast

How to Create a Bingeable Podcast through Empathy and Humor with Yue Xu and Julie Krafchick of the Dateable Podcast As part of my series of interviews about “5 things you need to know to create a very bingeable podcast”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Yue Xu and Julie Krafchick, hosts of the Dateable podcast…

Increasing Podcast Listeners: Why Amazing Shows Struggle With Listenership And What You Can Do About It With Brett de Hoedt

Growing a podcast audience and increasing listenership is still one of the things that even amazing podcast shows are struggling with. With the ever-growing number of shows offering diverse topics and styles, it’s become harder to reel in listeners and loyal followers. On today’s show, Brett de Hoedt joins Tracy Hazzard to share tips on how you can increase your podcast listeners. Brett is a media and presentation trainer as well as the host of The Hardest Word podcast, an unusual and interesting show about real people from all around the world making real apologies. Tune in to discover Brett’s secret sauce to bingeability and increasing listenership.

Building Your Business Podcast Infrastructure Like A Pro With Alicia Butler Pierre

Business infrastructure is a niche that doesn’t get talked about enough. However, Alicia Butler Pierre makes it fun and entertaining. Alicia is the Founder and CEO of Equilibria, Inc., a 15-year-old operations management firm specializing in increasing bandwidth for fast-growing small businesses. This is done via business infrastructure, and Alicia is recognized as one of the few people in the world specializing in it. She also hosts the weekly Business Infrastructure: Curing Back Office Blues podcast, which currently reaches listeners in 35 countries. On today’s show, she joins Tracy Hazzard to dive into the amazing world of business infrastructure – from building a podcast and booking great guests to increasing engagement and growing your audience.

Advanced Techniques For Increasing Client Referrals – Masterclass Special Cross-Over From Feed Your Brand

Client referrals are the lifeblood of most businesses and brands. If you play your cards right, up to 89% of your new customers could come from referrals. This is why you need to invest in providing the most value possible to the clients you already have on hand because this value is what will compel them to spread the word about your business for you. In this special episode, The Binge Factor features a replay from a Feed Your Brand show, Tom Hazzard and Tracy Hazzard’s podcast together, where they share some advanced techniques for increasing client referrals. The advice they share here is quite valuable, so make sure that you don’t miss out!

Defining Podcasting Success Through Network Net Worth Growth With John Livesay

Podcasting is a great avenue to meet experts not only to talk about their knowledge but also to build long-lasting relationships. After all, in this day and age of connectivity, your network is considered your net worth. John Livesay—keynote speaker, host of The Successful Pitch Podcast, and co-founder of QuantmRE—greatly believes in this. Here on today’s show, he sits down with host, Tracy Hazzard, to share how podcasting success can be seen through the growth of your network, particularly with experts, influential, and overall interesting people. He gives out some lessons and tips on creating a great pitch and becoming the center of influence around podcasting. On his net worth, John shares how he books great guests, conducts the interviews, and lets them know about the entire process. He then tells us about his new book, Better Selling Through Storytelling, where he showcases how helpful podcasting has been on its creation process, starting from writing to promoting and launching the book.

Investing In Extreme Podcasting And Becoming An Agent For Your Podcast Audience With Jason Hartman  

Podcasting is a haven for curious minds. It is a great outlet for experts to impart valuable information and for audiences to receive them. That is why podcast hosts need to be good interviewers and listeners to draw out the information that is shared and needed. As such, they must make the best of the time given by both guests and audiences by making a great show. Embodying that in his podcasting endeavors is Jason Hartman, the CEO of JasonHartman.com and The Hartman Media Company. Someone who has brute force tested, Jason is the host of Creating Wealth Real Estate Investing, which has over 1,459 episodes. In this episode, he joins host, Tracy Hazzard, to tell us how he has invested in extreme podcasting and why it is important to become an agent for your podcast audience. He talks about how he imparts his own knowledge, even while having guests over, as well as how he takes the time to record all these shows while staying so informed. One to provide a great podcasting experience, Jason then shares with us some great tips on choosing your guests (and not just anybody famous), increasing your audience, producing and monetizing your show, and encouraging engagement.

Lessons From A Binge Listener’s Perspective With Jennifer Otto

These days, there is a slew of podcasts catering to every genre that it has become easy for audiences to find their particular favorite and get hooked. Joining Tracy Hazzard in today’s episode is Jennifer Otto, a binge listener and Jen Du Plessis’ biggest fan. Jennifer has been a mortgage lender for 25 years. Today, she shares her binge listener perspective about her love of podcasts, ballroom dancing, and what prompted her to reach out to Jen du Plessis.

Content Binge-ability Principles That Build Trust With Shane Snow

When you’re creating your content, do you ever stop and think about how your audience will perceive it, or how they will take your message at heart? From a writer’s perspective, today’s guest, Shane Snow, teaches us how to create bingeable content. Shane is an award-winning journalist, entrepreneur, author, and the Co-Founder of the content marketing platform called Contently. Tapping into the feeling of the audience, Shane explains that how you show up in the world directly impacts the way others feel about your content. He also discusses the underlying principles of bingeability, and reveals how he manages his dream team to create articles and newsletters.

Exploring An Internal Corporate Podcast For Your Business With Erin Smith

Have you ever considered an internal corporate podcast as an effective and efficient way of delivering information around your organization? While certainly unorthodox, this technique is one that will surely grab the attention of your employees, and if you take the time to learn more about what goes on out on the floor, they will feel seen and heard. Joining Tracy Hazzard is Erin Smith, the President of BAERING, a public relations agency headquartered in Raleigh, N.C. Tracy and Erin discuss the benefits of running an internal corporate podcast that goes out to everyone within your organization. New times and new situations call for adaptation and that goes double for communication. Together with Tracy and Erin, explore and see if this technique is right for your company or organization!

Live And Breathe Your Brand: Being Enough To Broadcast Your Movement With Megan Fenyoe

Movements are their own messages; thus those messages have to ring loud, clear, and true. Learning how to broadcast your movement, to live and breathe it, is a process. It’s one that you can prepare yourself for such that in the long run, your brand, your movement, develops the consistency it seeks. Tracy Hazzard is joined by Megan Fenyoe, the co-host of The Blonde Bombshell Podcast and Founder of the I Am Enough Movement. Tracy and Megan dive into what you need to do to broadcast your movement by living truthfully. There’s a lot of work ahead, but this empowering conversation between Tracy and Megan can get you started in the right direction.

The Secrets To Converting Your Charisma As A Host Into An Asset With Kim Seltzer

Becoming an effective podcaster takes skill and practice, especially if you want your charisma as a host to be an asset. The host of The Charisma Quotient and CEO of Seltzer Style, Kim Seltzer, joins this episode to talk about how she does business and what her perception of podcasting is. Understand the seemingly complex thought process that goes into the creation of a podcast, starting from signing up a guest, to arranging your intro, all the way to formulating your call to action. Also, learn in this conversation how you can monetize your podcast without devaluing it with sponsorship, but still recoup your costs, and then some.

How To Innovate Your Podcast Using The Right Resources With Chad McAllister, PhD

Are you thinking of starting your own podcast? Tracy Hazzard has Chad McAllister, PhD on today’s show to guide you in your podcasting quest. Chad is the founder of Product Innovation Educators, the host of The Everyday Innovator, and is recognized as a Top 40 Product Management Influencer and a Top 10 Innovation Blogger. Sharing his experiences, he talks about why and how he started podcasting and teaches us how he got the show running through promotion and marketing. He shares some tips on booking great guests, how to encourage engagements, and how to monetize your podcast. Innovating your podcast means being updated, increasing your value to your audience, and delivering an impact that makes your listeners consider your show as bingeable.

Writing A Bestselling Bingeable Book Series With Mark Victor Hansen And Crystal Dwyer Hansen

Asking questions is so powerful that it can help you produce a bingeable book series. Today, Tracy Hazzard talks to Mark Victor Hansen, the co-author of Chicken Soup for the Soul series, and his wife Crystal Dwyer Hansen, who co-authors Ask!: The Bridge from Your Dreams to Your Destiny with him. This conversation focuses on their book Ask!, its inception, and its aim of helping people fulfill their ultimate destiny. They dive deeper on the power of asking questions and how it promotes critical thinking and eventually fulfilling goals. Listen to their wise words as they also share their insights about relationships, how to write your own bingeable book series, and helping change the world for the better.

Diving Into The White Space: SnapChat Podcast Communities With Jack Settleman

How do you get hundreds of millions of audiences to listen to you and patronize your products? The answer is as simple as social media, but it doesn’t simply mean throwing anything online just to be noticed. Today, Tracy Hazzard interviews Jack Settleman, the Founder of Snapback Sports, the largest sports Snapchat account in the world totaling over 500M+ views YTD, and the host of the Snapback Chat podcast. Jack shares some tips in creating great Snapchat podcast communities and how he got to have a huge viewership and followership. He also talks about how he was able to increase podcast ratings, encourage engagements, and book noteworthy guests.

Creating Bingeable Content By Being A Business Freak With Donna Shannon

In increasing exposure and capturing your target audience, you have to literally standout. For Donna Shannon – career coach, speaker, stand-up comic, President of the Personal Touch Career Services,  and the host of Tattooed Freaks in Business Suits podcast – being bingeable means leaving a lasting impression to anyone who knows you and your business. Today, she shares how she runs her podcast and creates bingeable content, from the microphones used to manipulating the environment and getting people to listen to her on a regular basis.

Podcast Co-Hosts Crushing Their Binge-ability With Big Hearts With Craig Casaletto And Asante Cleveland

Podcasting can offer more than just niche information. It can also bring impact to a bigger scale. Today, Tracy Hazzard has two awesome guests, former police detective Craig Casaletto and NFL veteran Asante Cleveland. They host The White Tiger Podcast which connects listeners with athletes, entrepreneurs, and leaders in their space who share personal and professional stories about victory, defeat, and what it takes to crush your goals. Today, they talk about how podcasting has allowed them to continue their professions on a whole new level and how their show differs from other podcasts out there. They also talk about transitioning from one profession to another, community building, and ensuring they have an impactful podcast.

Seven Minute Marketing: How Short Podcast Episodes Can Attract Binge Listeners With Tom Poland

Podcasts take numerous shapes and forms. While many podcasters record lengthy episodes that they can repurpose in multiple ways, there are also a significant number of listeners out there who prefer shorter episodes. Introducing the charms of short episodes here in the show is someone who takes an unusual approach at formatting his podcast. Together with Tracy Hazzard is Tom Poland, multiple best-selling author and the host of Marketing the Invisible—a show that asks seven questions in seven minutes. Honoring the form, they go through seven questions that take us inside the life and mind of Tom as well as some of the strategies he uses to market and monetize his show. He then discusses the advantages of creating short podcast episodes, emphasizing how it attracts binge listeners. If you’re thinking of doing something short form, tight, intense, and a binge factor way, then allow Tom to tell you in this great conversation.

Becoming A Bingeable Instagram Influencer With Elma Beganovich

How to can you have bingeable listeners and become a bingeable Instagram influencer? A few good snaps, viral videos, and captions are not enough. Here to discuss with Tracy Hazzard about becoming an IG influencer is Elma Beganovich, the Founder and COO at A&E Digital Marketing Agency. Elma is an Instagram influencer who brings lots of digital content and also helps others take their marketing, step it up to that next level while bringing a great Instagram and great visuals into the process. She shares some vital insights into the realities of being a social media influencer, including the amount of work put into it. She also talks about her partnerships with big brands such as Huawei. Tune in to this episode to be inspired to start your own Instagram account and see how Elma can help you out to have more worthy followers.

What Is The Binge Factor And What Makes A Bingeable Podcast

Podcasts come in multiple forms, in many shapes, sizes, lengths, and talk about a myriad of subject matters, but at the end of the day, the podcasts that survive and continue to grow are the bingeable podcasts. A bingeable podcast is a podcast that an audience won’t want to drop or start listening to, ensuring its long-term longevity as well as opportunities to monetize the content. Tracy Hazzard discusses the so-called “binge factor” and why bingeability is an important metric in determining the ongoing success of any podcast. If you want to begin the process of setting up a new podcast, you can’t miss this important topic.

The Law Of Podcast Audience Attraction With Michele Joy

The Law of Attraction posits that by emanating either positive or negative energies, one will attract more of either positive or negative energy in their life. Living by this statement, believing that you have the capability to draw audiences and fantastic guests to your podcast will allow the universe to help make it happen. Michele Joy is an internationally recognized and acclaimed Law of Attraction coach and podcaster. She sits down with Tracy Hazzard to discuss how she applies the Law of Attraction to her podcast-related endeavors to maximize success. Let Michele and Tracy show you how this universal law applies to the work that you do, in or out of podcasting.

Using Podcasting For Publicity With Debbi Dachinger

Media appearances, of course, are the lifeblood of creating far-reaching publicity, and this is doubly true if you know who to target and on which formats to go. Podcasting for publicity is a great way to create buzz about a product, a person, or even a whole brand. Debbi Dachinger, a Media Visibility Expert, speaks with Tracy Hazzard about the power of the podcast in the field of publicity. In the past few years, the growth of podcasts has been exponential and so has its power to influence. Learn how to maximize the podcast as a publicity platform with Debbi and Tracy.

Podcasting Your Funny Marriage: Creating Content Using Your Personal Life With Jessie Artigue

Using your personal life in producing content is far from revolutionary, but it can be difficult. There are so many things to consider: your family, friends, work, among a host of other things. Besides being a style expert with experience in fashion, beauty and lifestyle, Jessie Artigue co-hosts the podcast Marriage Is Funny to help encourage modern couples across the world. Pulling on her experience with her podcast together with Tracy Hazzard, Jessie guides you towards finding your sweet spot in terms of mining your personal life as material for the content you create. Let the content you create reflect the real you.

Transformation Leadership: Changing Lives One Guest At A Time With Nicole Jansen

Nothing beats wisdom and insights gained from experience. With that, we have Nicole Jansen over at the show to share how she has been transforming lives and helping people achieve extraordinary results in their businesses. Nicole is a leadership coach and the host of the Leaders of Transformation podcast, where she just tipped over 300 episodes. In this episode, Nicole tells us her podcasting journey and 30-plus experience in business leadership and human behavior. She also talks about the adversities she overcame that led her to become a leader of transformation herself and the many inspiration she also got from the people she had over at her show. Receive the hard-won wisdom that Nicole has earned throughout her career and learn a thing or two about the bingeable factor she has sustained that many newbies can’t.

Being A Center Of Influence Podcast Media Maven With Christina Nicholson

Become a podcast media maven. How? In this episode, host Tracy Hazzard interviews media maven and publicist Christina Nicholson. Christina is a TV host who helps bloggers and business owners grow by reaching thousands, even millions, of their ideal customers or clients in minutes rather than months through the power of traditional and new media without spending big bucks on advertising. Tune in to today’s show to know more about what it’s like to book people, to pitch people, to get booked, and to have them on your show.

Stories Of Healing And Change With Lucy Copp

A huge part of a podcast host’s job is to tell his or her guest’s story in the most compelling way. Producer and writer Lucy Copp is the host of Life on the Outside podcast which features the stories of healing and change of some of LA’s ex-lifers. On today’s episode, Lucy joins Tracy Hazzard as she shares what got her started in the field of prison life, and how she turns her guests’ heartbreaking accounts into inspiring stories. Discover effective ways to prepare your guests, the challenges of editing your episodes and building podcast intimacy.

How To Ensure Your Podcast Is Growing With Shanna Lee

Growth is the key to the continued success of any venture, and this holds very true for podcasts. While growing your podcast may not necessarily be one-size-fits-all, there are certain measures you can take to ensure that’s the direction you’re moving in. Tracy Hazzard sits down with Shanna Lee of The Soul Frequency Podcast to discuss where you can look to sustain the growth of your podcast. Many things are at play when you’re talking about growth: your motivations, your collaborators, your community. Make sure you know how to take your podcast to the next level!

Unconventional Podcasting Advice With Belle Robertson

A message as important as sobriety should be delivered with passion and honesty. In this interesting episode, Tracy Hazzard interviews unique Center of Influence, Belle Robertson. Belle is a writer, host of Sober Insights, and sober coach at Tired of Thinking About Drinking. Aiming to deliver her message to the right audience in the most honest way possible, she shows us how she drives traffic to her website and podcast through her unconventional podcasting. Learn why she chooses not to have guests and ads, how she connects with her clients, and how she monetizes her podcast.

Ellevate Women: Growing A Community Through Podcasting With Kristy Wallace

One great way of growing your business is by growing your community. This is one of the many things that Kristy Wallace has done as the CEO of Ellevate Network. Putting women at the forefront of what she does, Kristy is responsible for executing their mission of changing the culture of business from the inside out by providing professional women with the supportive community to lean on and learn from. In this episode, Kristy shares where podcasting fits into that model of community building. With her own Ellevate Podcast: Conversations with Women Changing the Face of Business, she gives voice to the different stories people have as they rise through the ranks of Corporate America. She shares some of those inspiring stories with us while showcasing the power of podcasts to build deep relationships, foster continuous learning, and raise awareness on important topics.

Connecting Extraordinary Women And Showcasing Their Stories With Kami Guildner

There are so many extraordinary women out there who are living and putting their best selves out in the world. Connecting and bringing them together in her award-winning podcast called Extraordinary Women Radio, Kami Guildner showcases the stories of these women living out loud in voice, vitality, and vigor. In this episode, Kami shares how the connections formed led to more interesting partnerships and stories as well as various lessons learned. She also tackles building brand credibility through other shows, using social media to promote, leveraging partners, and more. Don’t miss this episode to discover her best practices on booking guests, increasing listeners, producing professionally, encouraging engagement, and monetizing a show.

The Prosperity Show: Building A Podcasting Platform With Joan Sotkin

Some successful podcasters did not grow to become who they are by simply staying cocooned in their own show. For the most part, they had to go out and build a platform for themselves from other shows to get recognized. Proving this to be her case, host of The Prosperity Show, Joan Sotkin, shares her podcasting journey – from her broadcasting background to building her platform, and eventually bringing in people to her own show. She also takes us into the ways she network and build relationships and gives her insights on how podcasting has shifted over the past couple of years. She also touches on some of the best ways to book great guests, increase listeners, produce in a professional way, and encourage people to engage.

Achieving Podcasting Success With Carolyn Kiel

Podcasting is quickly becoming a platform for information sharing. Carolyn Kiel, the host of Beyond 6 Seconds, is on the show today to talk about how she created her show and came up with the name. Preparing for something big, she shares how she went about learning podcasting and applied her knowledge in psychology for mapping out show questions. She also reveals how she books great guests and shares some tips on how to increase listenership and sponsorships.

Content That Converts With Shane Barker

Podcasting is a great way to develop relationships and to uplift one’s business. In this episode, digital marketing consultant Shane Barker talks about the Marketing Madness Podcast and how converts his content into podcasts. Shane specializes in influencer marketing, product launches, sales funnels, targeted traffic, and website conversions. On today’s show, he shares creative strategies to make a successful podcast and increase your listeners. He also talks about personal branding and reveals some of the helpful lessons that he learned throughout his podcasting journey. Don’t miss this episode to learn more about launching a successful podcast and content that converts.

Scaling Your Business Rapidly With Chris Reynolds

The Business Method is a podcast that focuses on helping entrepreneurs scale their businesses in life using research-driven and high-performance techniques. In this episode, Chris Reynolds, the Founder of The Business Method and Get Shit Done Live, talks about his podcasting journey and how he’s helping aspiring entrepreneurs take their business to the next level. Chris shares his podcasting journey and provides creative and effective ways to increase your listeners and efficiently grow your business. Don’t miss this episode to learn more how you can grow your business rapidly.

Podcasting Strategies: Growing Your Show And Increasing Your Listenership With Jen Hemphill

Starting a podcast requires consistency and you must be in it for the long haul. In this episode, Tracy Hazzard interviews author and money confidence coach Jen Hemphill about her show, Her Dinero Matters, a podcast that’s meant to boost your confidence, make money matters simple and create conversations around money that’s hard to have. Jen also provides proven strategies on podcasting and shares the lessons she learned in the podcasting industry. A proven expert on podcasting, Jen reveals her strategies to increase listenership as well as offers some advice for those who are thinking about starting a podcast.

LatinX Podcasting: Connecting With The Latin Community With Pam Covarrubias

It is without a doubt that podcasting has evolved into a preferred medium for relaying niched information to a global audience. In this episode, we talk about how LatinX Podcaster of Café con Pam, Pam Covarrubias, has made her way through fame in their community. Throughout her diverse career, Pam has learned the importance of branding and positioning in an ever-changing market. She shares how she got the Latin community to embrace her show, what drove her to do podcasting, and what kept her going. Establishing core values in delivering her podcasts and sharing these values with listeners made Pam mold her show into something that is sought after. Learn more about her podcasting strategies and why she considers herself as an intuitive brand strategist.

Secrets Of Wealthy Women with Veronica Dagher

Podcasting is fast becoming a major platform of information segregation mainly because of hosts who dedicate their content to specific niches. One of the most significant and successful podcasters today is Veronica Dagher, an award-winning Senior Wealth Management Reporter for the Wall Street Journal and the co-creator, host, and co-producer of the top-rated podcast, The Wall Street Journal’s Secrets of Wealthy Women. Podcasting has brought notable positive impact to many, especially women, and Veronica talks about the opportunity it offers to shine a light on the rise of women’s wealth and entrepreneurship as well as the issues and career challenges women face.

Courageous Wellness with Erica Stein and Aly French

A dreaded disease can lead you to re-evaluate your life and hope for better days ahead. Cancer survivor Aly French has reinvented herself by living a healthier and more productive life along with her friend and Courageous Wellness co-host Erica Stein. Their story of friendship and persistence towards losing weight and de-stigmatizing what’s going on in conversations in the wellness space is phenomenal. By creating their platform, Aly and Erica have made an impact to many healthy living seekers as they mark their 50th episode. Here you will know why they started their podcast, how they go about improving it one episode at a time, and how they monetize it. Learn the importance of being vulnerable and having courageous conversations as they advocate free wellness for everyone.

Podcasting Your Way To Note Investing With Scott Carson

To gain influence, podcasting your way through the top of your industry’s pyramid is the answer. In this episode, the “Note Guy” Scott Carson talks about how he started podcasting with the Note Closers Show and what influenced him to do so. Going through the positives and the negatives, Scott shows us how to market and attract great guests as well as how to tackle problems and trolls online that usually come our way – be that in podcasting or closing deals. As a popular podcaster himself, Scott gives some teasers into what he does to become one of the biggest players in the industry.

Podcasting Medicare Nation with Diane Daniels

How knowledgeable are you at Medicare? Diane Daniels, the CEO of Medicare Nation, talks about how she started her own podcast showcasing her knowledge about the health insurance program. Through her efforts, she has helped many understand what the insurance encompasses and clarifies many listener questions from it. Diane’s award-nominated podcast may not have millions of audiences, but you can surely learn a thing or two from its invaluable content. Helping Medicare agents along the way, her podcast reminds other podcasters that podcasting is all about delivering the message rather than gearing towards earning more.

Hyper Local Podcasting – Good Morning Gwinnett with Audrey Bell-Kearney

Standing out from a flock of podcasters is not so complex especially when goals are clear. Audrey Bell-Kearney, the Founder and CEO of ABK Media Group, talks about her unique hyperlocal podcast called Good Morning Gwinnett. Audrey talks about how she evolved from hosting radio shows to podcasting and walks us through how hyperlocal podcasting works and what makes it one of a kind. Inviting guests is one of the foundations of podcasting. Audrey discusses how she encourages guests to come to the show as well as how she drives her audience to listen to her. In today’s show, learn more from her techniques on how to continuously engage guests and viewers to join you.

Bootstrapping Your Dreams with Manuj Aggarwal

There is more to podcasting than just talking and expecting people to listen to you. As the CTO of TetraNoodle, an entrepreneur, investor, and technology enthusiast, Manuj Aggarwal knows exactly how to bootstrap startups. In this episode, Manuj talks about his podcast Bootstrapping Your Dreams, how he started it, the mistakes he has made along the way, and the solutions to growing the show. He shares some tips on how he was able to book his guests using LinkedIn as well as how he encourages engagement amongst his listeners in the show and in real life.

Hit The Mic with Stacey Harris

In podcasting, successfully hitting the mic is all about getting the right amount of audience engagement mixed with the right personality. In this episode, Stacey Harris, a social media strategist and trainer working with frustrated entrepreneurs, teaches us how to get the audience we deserve using the right strategies. Stacy’s method in producing her podcast called Hit The Mic revolves around some ancient marketing techniques. She talks about how to build an audience through a people-focused strategy and also shares some of the best ways to increase listeners and book great guests. Producing an episode is definitely not enough to scale up, so know more about how you can produce your own podcast that you can monetize with Stacy’s great tips.

ShePodcasts Live with Jessica Kupferman

If you’re a woman and want to learn how to podcast, would you let a man teach you? That was the thing years ago. Jessica Kupferman, the co-host and Cofounder of the She Podcasts brand, reveals how this initial dilemma moved her to start her own podcast to amplify women’s voices in this male-dominated industry. Jessica specializes in marketing and monetizing within the podcasting industry, and has been featured in magazines and websites such as Entrepreneur, Forbes, Business Insider, Social Media Examiner, and Yahoo Finance. She discusses the barriers women face to get their message into the world. Catch her tips and advise on how to monetize your podcast and book great guests who will add value to your audience. Discover as well how the She Podcasts live event will bring more empowerment to all women in podcasting.

Strengthening Your Brand with Open Loop Content

As diverse as the world is, talking about diversity and equality still puts people in vulnerable positions that often attracts a lot of negative reactions. Nevertheless, conversations about these need to be brought up now more than ever. Someone who does exactly that through her podcast, Pause on the Play, is Erica Courdae. The podcast is dedicated to expanding how multicultural professionals and creative small business owners interact with the world. Join host Tracy Hazzard and Erica in this episode as they shed light on the voices that often get lost and the first-time moments podcasters often have to go through – from choosing equipment to booking guests.

SEO Management: Blasting Your Way to the Top of the Google Search Page

It’s so easy for us to assume that everyone’s able-bodied. Unfortunately, many of us are not. There are tons of people who are walking down the street all over the world living with health issues – mental and physical – that we have no idea they’re dealing with. It could be anything from depression and bipolar disorder to multiple sclerosis, cystic fibrosis, PoTS disease, and all these things that many people haven’t even heard of. People hide this because of the shame around it. Harper Spero had the same experience when she was diagnosed with a super rare autoimmune deficiency called hyper-IgE Job syndrome. She tells us about her the story of how she finally decided to come out with it and how she is now bringing invisible illnesses to light and creating a platform for others to share their stories with her podcast, Made Visible.

Playing the Game of Google Power Content

For many of us, we came into the podcasting world as a side hustle. We have our main business, and then we have our podcast either as a supplement to that or as a hobby. Either way, keeping up with these two things on our plate can be quite exhausting. Dr. Will Cole, a leading functional-medicine expert and the host of the GoopFellas and Keto Talk podcasts, shares how he keeps everything balanced. He recalls how he got started in the podcasting world, having been approached by Gwyneth Paltrow to have a spin-off of her Goop podcast. In praise of podcasting, Dr. Cole also talks about how podcasting has impacted not only his business but the entire health industry, and shares some ways to encourage people to listen and to monetize through building their brand.

Driving Traffic to Your Show Through the Perfect Podcast Influencers

No one comes into podcasting as they are now. We always enter it in baby steps with our two awkward feet, either under-prepared or over-prepared. Even with that, what is great about podcasting is that we always learn and grow more comfortable enough to be called an expert at it. In this episode, Joe Fier of the Hustle & Flowchart Podcast and the co-founder of Evergreen Profits share with us his podcasting journey – from the experiences he’s had with starting and the lessons he’s learned along the way. As Joe takes us into the process of his show with the podcasting systems and models they have in place, he also gives great insights about creating shorts, having a Dream 100 strategy for booking, increasing listeners, and encouraging engagement.

The Back End Of Creating A Corporate Podcast with Hailley Griffis

It may look like a ton of fun to have a podcast, and it is, but there’s also a lot going on in the back end of podcasting. New influencer Hailley Griffis is one of the many hosts of The Science of Social Media, the podcast of Buffer which is a suite of social media products that provide tools for visual marketing, audience engagement, and analytics. Hailley You came up with the idea that a podcast was going to make a great idea for a social media company. She shares how they built The Science of Social Media from the ground up and everything that goes on in the back end of creating a corporate podcast to give the audience the best that they could in fifteen minutes.

Mastering The Art Of Podcasting with Jordan Paris

Young entrepreneurs continue to prove that age is just a number. Most of them became an expert in the craft of building authority and creating influence at a young age through podcasting. Jordan Paris, the podcast host of Growth Mindset University and founder of The WordPress Rocketeer, started with no idea why he did a podcast but ended up consistent in being part of the top ten podcasts in iTunes’ training category. Jordan lists down the mistakes to avoid as you start your podcast and the best ways to book great guests. On top of that, he gives away tips for increasing listenership and the best way to encourage engagement.

Running A Business Effectively Through Digital Marketing with Mike Michalowicz

Wouldn’t we all like to have a self-running business, a business that runs like clockwork? Wouldn’t we all like to have profit in our business? We’re here to learn from the best, and joining us on this episode is Mike Michalowicz, entrepreneur, lecturer, and author of five business books including Profit First, The Pumpkin Plan, and his latest, Clockwork. Mike shares his thoughts on how to run a business effectively in this day and age through digital marketing. There are always sustainable ways to create and manage a business, and Mike teaches us about managing a business using the analogy of the organizational structure of bees and their hives.

Ego Baits: What Are They and How Do You Use Them?

Podcasting may seem simple, but as with any marketing medium out there, the process requires analysis and tedious preparation. Jim Beach, the Founder of American Computer Experience, talks about how his book, School for Startups, became the force that made him create a podcast of the same name. Jim shares some interesting things about podcasting, including creating breakthrough products because of the interviews. He also shares some insights on how you can increase the volume of your shows, how you can position yourself as an authority using your podcast, how you can monetize your podcast, and what makes a podcast binge-listenable.

The Power of a Platform: Building a Strong Foundation for Your Brand

Your existence makes sense when you start to choose to live a purpose-driven life. The PurposeGirl Podcast host, Carin Rockind, unravels how she found the tenacity that led her to start a highly listenable podcast. A nationally-known motivational speaker, Carin gives away gold nuggets on the best ways to book great guests, increase listeners, produce a professional podcast, encourage engagement, and monetize your show. Also as a founder of Women’s Global Happiness Day, learn from Carin the value of defining your why and going for it even when it is scary.

What You Should Know About Podcast Branding

Niching down your podcast always provides much value. Not only would it establish your authority in that space, but it would also foster a better connection and relationship with your audience. Sharing great stories, Lisa Mark and Rebecca Lozer of The Secret Life of Weddings Podcast take us back to when they started their podcast and how they have managed to grow it. From working behind the scenes, they have now come forward to the microphone and reach out to their community of listeners. Lisa and Rebecca share all of their journey with us as well as the lessons they learned along the way, giving us tips on booking great guests, increasing audience, producing with quality, and monetizing your show.

Getting Off The Marketing Rollercoaster

It’s never too late to pursue your passion and live a life of purpose. This has been the message of Paul Vogelzang, an award-winning blogger, writer, and producer who is well-known for his down to earth accessible reporting style. His podcast, The Not Old – Better Show, continuously provides advice and engaging conversations to the 50-plus age community. Paul shares how he got fired at the age of 58, the struggle he faced upon trying to land a job, and the events leading up to starting his podcast show. He provides tips on how aspiring podcasters can encourage engagement, monetize their show, and become binge-listenable.

Podcast Mission: A Guide To Achieving Your Podcasting Goals

Podcasting has proven its success in digital marketing as the primary source of audio content. This medium has helped a number of entrepreneurs to establish their voice and build authority and relationships. One that will shed light on this conquest is Melissa Monte, the host of the popular podcast Mind Love, a podcast that’s all about raw stories, personal experiences, inspiring interviews, and highlighting the incredible role that the mind plays in happiness, health, success, and love. A former corporate VP turned entrepreneur and yogi, Melissa takes us into her podcasting journey, from the unforgettable perks to the mistakes and a-ha moments. A self-proclaimed seeker, she touches on how creating audio content helped her business grow and cultivated a mindset and gives the best tips to producing and monetizing your podcast.

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