Posts filed under: The Binge Factor

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... Read More

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... Read More

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... Read More

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... Read More

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... Read More

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... Read More

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... Read More

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... Read More

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... Read More