Tee and Chuck go into some finer points of one of our favorite topics and one we’ve touched on throughout the book and this podcast series. Identifying the passion, keeping it alive, and what to do if it should start to fade. Have a listen!
Can you make money at podcasting? Tee and Chuck have a hard talk about monetizing your podcast, getting started on the right foot, keeping the momentum going, and how the podcast may only be a piece of the puzzle to your financial dreams.
00:00 Welcome and introduction 02:23 Honest talk about making money 09:39 Follow your passion 12:16 Where the value (and money) comes from 15:17 The Patreon option 18:07 Looking at the big shows 22:04 A podcast as a vehicle 22:53 The truth in numbers 26:21 Networks 27:19 Closing notes 30:05 Outro
So you’ve got your podcast up and running and now it’s time to spread the word. In this episode, Tee and Chuck cover several options (both free and paid), words of caution to avoid pitfalls, and a few tips from the old experts to get you going.
00:00 Welcome and introductions 02:25 First easy tip – USP 08:43 Impressions and click through rate 14:09 Free options – promos with other podcasters 16:08 The ultimate promo – word of mouth 16:51 Let’s talk promos 22:39 Giving interviews 26:23 A warning about being daring 30:54 Don’t forget the follow-up 31:30 Takeaways 32:38 Outro
How do you build a community and engagement with our listeners and viewers? What are some of those unspoken rules to be aware of to prevent you from getting banned? Let the duo with more than 30 years experience help you reach out to others without stepping on those landmines of the social media world.
The dynamic duo is back to take you through the penultimate step in creating your masterpiece podcast episode and changing the world. We break down the finer points of artwork, file naming conventions best practices, and touch on how to get your files to your server.
Tee and Chuck cover some of the finer points of editing.
00:00 Introductions 02:16 The Ethics of Editing 7:30 When is it appropriate to edit 13:51 Do you review 15:33 Intros and outros and automation 17:56 The soft costs of branding 22:37 Bed music, royalty free and copyright 30:40 Practice the basics of editing 31:14 Deeper look at intros and outros 34:04 Our outro
You’ve read the chapters up to this point. You’re feeling prepared, but there’s still something holding you back. Tee and Chuck bring you more tips and share their experience of things you can do to build your confidence and reap the rewards of your podcast!
00:00 Introductions 03:12 Chapter Introduction 08:50 Prep & Do-overs 11:10 Retrospectives and feedback 12:25 Mannerisms & focus 15:44 You’ve done the research 18:04 Be inspired 19:20 Drop-ins 20:10 Hitting record early 23:08 Being a better presenter 23:47 Loudness 25:53 Checklists & prep time 29:14 Closing remarks 30:03 Outro