Do you have a constant pull to start a podcast, or wonder if you should have one?
Are you being asked or told by your friends and audience to have a podcast?
Do you have content to share? Maybe from emails, social media posts, blogs, etc.
Are you ready to commit to the time it takes to record episodes?
You want to start a podcast, but have no clue where to start, or no time to figure it out? I'm here to help you strategize and launch your new podcast within 4-6 weeks!
With this launch package you get:
Have you launched a podcast, but just don't have the time or desire to edit each episode?
Not only do you want to make sure that each episode sounds amazing, but you want to promote them in a way that brings in more listeners!
The monthly management packages below offer everything from basic editing to guest management.
I'm here to help you make sure that each episode sounds great to any listener!
Maybe you are not ready to commit to a podcast, but how about you dip your toes into what podcasting would be like by creating a PRIVATE PODCAST that can be used as a lead magnet!!!
Work on growing your email list while nurturing your audience with your fabulous content!!
With a private podcast, you record once, and then let the podcast do the job for you. No further commitment (except signing on those new clients!)
You can provide a free podcast, or as a small offer.
Don't let another PDF go unread in inboxes...let's get your voice out there so your audience gets to know you as they listen on the go!!
PRIVATE PODCAST PACKAGE INCLUDES:
Are you stuck? Book a strategy call and we can work through what is holding you back from having a successful podcast. Whether it's figuring out what you can do with a current show, or finding what you are meant to speak about.
I personally recommend 4-6 weeks. It can be done sooner, but in order to set your show up for success, we want to make sure that we have a strategy in place, equipment ordered, the recording space set up correctly, etc.
A mic is definitely a must. I recommend the ATR2100X from Amazon. It's a dynamic mic that can be used in most recording spaces. You will also want headphones. Any pair of wired headphones will work. For recording software, I use a free program called Audacity. If you plan to have guest episodes, using a program like Zencastr, Riverside or Zoom is best.
It is preferred to have all audio be uploaded into the Google Drive 7-10 days before the episode publish date.
The important part is to stay consistent. I recommend weekly episodes, but bi-weekly are great, too. Just stay consistent and your show should see growth.