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Why no one is buying your products after listening to your podcast | The Podcast Space [Video]

It’s simple, but it just explains how your content may not be aligned with your products and services!In order for listeners to trust and buy from you, it’s important that you craft content that leads them there. So how many times have you referenced the transformation of clients that worked with you? Or how much do you dedicate to breaking down the benefits of working with you?Including your products and services on the outro of your podcast isn’t going to create transformation – but crafting a unique content strategy, will!👩‍💻 Learn more about our Maximize Your Podcast Content course: https://bit.ly/3TesQwc🎤Visit our website for more Podcast Resources:www.thepodcastspace.com/resources👩‍💻 Enroll in our Podcast Friends and Trends Membership:https://bit.ly/3Y9on0C👩‍💻 Subscribe to the Podcast on Audio Platforms:https://bit.ly/3Y4bF2c👩‍💻 Subscribe to our newsletter for more Podcast Tips:https://thepodcastspace.ck.page/32680fa82e📣Connect to us on social media:https://www.instagram.com/thepodcastspacehttps://www.facebook.com/thepodcastspacehttps://twitter.com/thepodcastspace​https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-podcast-spacehttps://www.pinterest.com/thepodcastspace

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Podcasting on the Go | 9 The Podcast Space [Video]

Did you know that the top two reasons for Podfade (podcasts that suddenly drop off the face of the Earth) are overwhelm, and lack of interest in podcasting?The thing is that Podfade doesn’t need to happen to you, if you’re proactive and creative about your process. I’ve created this episode to help you think of podcasting as an actual process to experiment with. At the end of the day, it’s your show, so you can call the shots on the best ways to podcast. Let me know what you think below!🎤 Visit our website for more Podcast Resources:www.thepodcastspace.com/resources👩‍💻 Learn more about our Maximize Your Podcast Content course: https://bit.ly/3TesQwc👩‍💻 Enroll in our Podcast Friends and Trends Membership:https://bit.ly/3Y9on0C👩‍💻 Subscribe to the Podcast on Audio Platforms:https://bit.ly/3Y4bF2c👩‍💻 Subscribe to our newsletter for more Podcast Tips:https://thepodcastspace.ck.page/32680fa82e📣Connect to us on social media:https://www.instagram.com/thepodcastspacehttps://www.facebook.com/thepodcastspacehttps://twitter.com/thepodcastspace​https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-podcast-spacehttps://www.pinterest.com/thepodcastspace

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The quickest way to determine if a podcast idea works for you | 7 The Podcast Space [Video]

Have you ever wondered how do people come up with podcast episode ideas in one sitting? Maybe you are trying to launch a podcast, or maybe you’re trying to decide what’s your next season about, and you’re feeling really overwhelmed with all the possibilities.If you replied ‘I am!’ to any of the 3 options above, his episode is specifically for you! Now, fair warning, this one doesn’t include anything deeply strategic (yet) like endlessly Googling podcast topics, researching your competitors and peers, or doing keyword analysis.What is ‘brain dumping’?’Brain dumping’ is a strategy that I’ve used for years with podcasters to help them determine what’s their level of expertise, comfort, interest and knowledge of that one podcast idea they initially had. I love this strategy because it’s all about tapping into yourself, and it feels like a game that you can play for 30 minutes, in one sitting, or break it down in multiple parts throughout the week. ✨ Topics covered in this episode:Podcast topic ideasHow to determine good podcast ideasPodcast strategyStarting your podcast Pitfalls of podcast beginners✨ Resources mentioned in this episode:7 Types of Goals you can set for your podcast: https://www.thepodcastspace.com/podcast/4-7goalsVisit our website for more Podcast Resources: www.thepodcastspace.com/resources Learn more about our Maximize Your Podcast Content course: https://bit.ly/3TesQwc Enroll in our Podcast Friends and Trends Membership: https://bit.ly/3Y9on0C Subscribe to the Podcast on Audio Platforms: https://bit.ly/3Y4bF2c Subscribe to our newsletter for more Podcast Tips: https://thepodcastspace.ck.page/32680fa82e Connect to us on social media: YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjB4ztIRQBFadQ3C8OVZvDAInstagram https://www.instagram.com/thepodcastspace Facebook https://www.facebook.com/thepodcastspace Twitter https://twitter.com/thepodcastspace LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-podcast-space Pinterest https://www.pinterest.com/thepodcastspace

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How to win the podcast game in the long term [Video]

Are you trying to ‘hack’ the system or ‘hack’ yourself?If I may share it – I’ve learned over the years what works for me, so I decided to implement those, and that’s what has helped me grow my brand online for the past 3 years, while creating content consistently and crafting meaningful relationship with my podcast community and audience.If you need help figuring out how to craft better podcast processes, let me know below!#podcasttips #podcasthacks #podcasttips #podcastexplained #podcastprocesses #podcastworkflow #podcasting #podcastexpert #podcastcontentstrategy #podcaster #femalepodcaster #hackyourself #podcastcommunity #podcastersunite #podcastlegacy #podcastergrowthVisit our website for more Podcast Resources:www.thepodcastspace.com/resourcesLearn more about our Maximize Your Podcast Content course:https://bit.ly/3TesQwcEnroll in our Podcast Friends and Trends Membership:https://bit.ly/3Y9on0CSubscribe to the Podcast on Audio Platforms:https://bit.ly/3Y4bF2cSubscribe to our newsletter for more Podcast Tips:https://thepodcastspace.ck.page/32680fa82eConnect to us on social media:https://www.instagram.com/thepodcastspacehttps://www.facebook.com/thepodcastspacehttps://twitter.com/thepodcastspace​https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-podcast-spacehttps://www.pinterest.com/thepodcastspace

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I wish more podcasters knew this [Video]

Your podcast’s success is built by the trust that individual listeners put in your podcast. If you want to grow your podcast, make sure that those listeners who engage with you online (emails, social media, comments on your video podcast, etc) are reengaged back! Turning a listener into a superfan is potentially the most impactful thing you can do to grow your podcast. Word of mouth recommendations are the most effective way to get a listener to listen to a show, and be driven to buy faster than a regular listener. So how are you engaging your community? Are you asking for their feedback? (and doing something with it?)Are you replying to support they leave on your podcast apps?Are you reading their messages live on the show? (with their consent, of course?)Growing your show, is growing one listener at a time. #podcast #podcastgrowth #videopodcast #podcastaudience #podcastlistener #marketing #podcastgrowingstrategy #podcasting #podcastnation #podcasting101 #podcastingforsmallbusiness #ideas #growth #secretstopodcasting #podcastwin Visit our website for more Podcast Resources:www.thepodcastspace.com/resourcesLearn more about our Maximize Your Podcast Content course:https://bit.ly/3TesQwcEnroll in our Podcast Friends and Trends Membership:https://bit.ly/3Y9on0CSubscribe to the Podcast on Audio Platforms:https://bit.ly/3Y4bF2cSubscribe to our newsletter for more Podcast Tips:https://thepodcastspace.ck.page/32680fa82eConnect to us on social media:https://www.instagram.com/thepodcastspacehttps://www.facebook.com/thepodcastspacehttps://twitter.com/thepodcastspace​https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-podcast-spacehttps://www.pinterest.com/thepodcastspace

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Types of Podcast Audiences and Listeners | 5 The Podcast Space [Video]

Visit our website for more Podcast Resources:www.thepodcastspace.com/resourcesLearn more about our Maximize Your Podcast Content course:https://bit.ly/3TesQwcEnroll in our Podcast Friends and Trends Membership:https://bit.ly/3Y9on0CSubscribe to the Podcast on Audio Platforms:https://bit.ly/3Y4bF2cSubscribe to our newsletter for more Podcast Tips:https://thepodcastspace.ck.page/32680fa82eConnect to us on social media:https://www.instagram.com/thepodcastspacehttps://www.facebook.com/thepodcastspacehttps://twitter.com/thepodcastspace​https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-podcast-spacehttps://www.pinterest.com/thepodcastspace

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How to be more inclusive in your podcast (easy-to-follow tip with Lloyd George) [Video]

Speaking with Lloyd George about the journey of content creation, diversity and inclusion was such a treat.His approach to content creation makes the process attainable for podcast beginners, and we truly enjoyed the conversation about the importance for business owners to ensure that their audience feels represented in the content.This episode is a must-listen, and if you feel compelled to learn more about podcasting, we highly recommend Lloyd’s recently released LinkedIn Learning course about podcasting.Full details:www.thepodcastspace.com/podcast/3-lloyd#dei #podcasting #diversity #blackcreators #podcasting #podcasts #blackpodcasters #contentcreation #diversityandinclusionVisit our website for more Podcast Resources:www.thepodcastspace.com/resourcesLearn more about our Maximize Your Podcast Content course:https://bit.ly/3TesQwcEnroll in our Podcast Friends and Trends Membership:https://bit.ly/3Y9on0CSubscribe to the Podcast on Audio Platforms:https://bit.ly/3Y4bF2cSubscribe to our newsletter for more Podcast Tips:https://thepodcastspace.ck.page/32680fa82eConnect to us on social media:https://www.instagram.com/thepodcastspacehttps://www.facebook.com/thepodcastspacehttps://twitter.com/thepodcastspace​https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-podcast-spacehttps://www.pinterest.com/thepodcastspace

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7 Goals You Can Set For Your Podcast | 4 The Podcast Space [Video]

Have you figured out exactly what your podcast purpose is?This episode will give you the guidance and examples you need so that you can determine what will make your show successful. Having a goal for your podcast is as important as getting in a new car and knowing exactly where you’re going, but also which roads you need to take in order to get there, just like a GPS, right?A GPS can guide you on your journey, but you’re still in the driver’s seat, so it’s up to you to make decisions about where to go, which roads to take, how much gas you need in your tank (AKA how long your seasons need to be), which roads are the most efficient (what platforms you need to be on), etc etc. So here are some highlights from this episode:-There are 7 goals you can set for your podcast.-These goals can be combined and changed as necessary, they aren’t permanent or inflexible.-You can network with decision-makers that will help elevate your brand online by proxy.-Your show can be a passion project, it doesn’t need to be your day job.-It’s ok to create thought leadership content in audio and video format – you don’t need to write in order to be considered a leader in your industry.Visit our website for more Podcast Resources:www.thepodcastspace.com/resourcesLearn more about our Maximize Your Podcast Content course:https://bit.ly/3TesQwcEnroll in our Podcast Friends and Trends Membership:https://bit.ly/3Y9on0CSubscribe to the Podcast on Audio Platforms:https://bit.ly/3Y4bF2cSubscribe to our newsletter for more Podcast Tips:https://thepodcastspace.ck.page/32680fa82eConnect to us on social media:https://www.instagram.com/thepodcastspacehttps://www.facebook.com/thepodcastspacehttps://twitter.com/thepodcastspace​https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-podcast-spacehttps://www.pinterest.com/thepodcastspace

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Leverage your audience for diversity and brand deals with @LloydNotGeorge pt 2 | 3 The Podcast Space [Video]

Content creation is a skill easier to capitalize than you thinkWhen it comes to like sponsorships and brand deals, being a creator and creating content online is a skill, according to Lloyd.The longer you do it, the better you get at it. Reaching out to people to give you money is the exact same thing. So according to Lloyd, you could be excellent at asking people to sponsor you, but not necessarily be a great creator or not have a lot of downloads and still make a lot of money. Just like large creators don’t always make that much money, because for whatever reason, they haven’t honed the skill, or they don’t ask.Above all, partnerships and opportunities that you’re wanting to check off your list could potentially be achieved just by asking one person a day. Or by noticing a gap in the market, and creating content specifically to fill that gap, as Lloyd did about Black Podcasters.You have the power to bring awareness to the issues in your community. Don’t underestimate the value of the content you’re creating.Listen to the full episode, to learn about practical ways to be an ally for minorities, and how Lloyd has become the most recent Instructor at LinkedIn.Takeaways from this episode:-Our content online is going to be our portfolio. For some types of jobs that you apply for, they may not put you through the traditional process, instead, th because it’s like your, your content that they see online, how people resonate with it sort of acts as like the validation and proof that they need.-For partnerships, not everyone is interested in your podcast metrics: they may just want to only support you, or get awareness for their brand without expectations on deliverables. -If you’re feeling stuck in starting your podcasting journey, don’t focus on growing a big audience, focus on improving your skills.-A famous French ad from the 90s stated that ‘100% of lottery winners bought a ticket’. All winners try. So what’s your excuse about not trying content creation? Creators and companies that invest in intentional, and diverse partnerships and sponsorships aren’t just supporting the one creator: they’re signaling to the bigger community that they’re aware of the nuances, and are reaching further than most. The creator scene is diverse: ask around the different communities what their biggest players are, and you may realize that you’re insulated from a bigger pool of talent. Resources mentioned in this episode:Subscribe to Lloyd George’s newsletter and learn about his services: www.lloydnotgeorge.comLloyd’s LinkedIn Course: https://www.linkedin.com/learning/record-your-podcast-using-anchor-for-creators/podcasting-with-anchor?autoplay=trueFollow Lloyd on social media: https://solo.to/lloydgPart 1 of the interview: https://www.thepodcastspace.com/podcast/2-with-lloyd-georgeAbout The Podcast Space:Visit our website for more Podcast Resources: www.thepodcastspace.com/resources Learn more about our Maximize Your Podcast Content course: https://bit.ly/3TesQwc Enroll in our Podcast Friends and Trends Membership: https://bit.ly/3Y9on0C Subscribe to the Podcast on Audio Platforms: https://bit.ly/3Y4bF2c Subscribe to our newsletter for more Podcast Tips: https://thepodcastspace.ck.page/32680fa82e

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Unlocking Podcast Strategy: Progress Over Perfection & my journey in Podcasting | 1 Podcast Space [Video]

What makes a podcast success? Success, for starters, means different things for different podcasters, and it certainly changes with time.The tools evolve, and so does the strategy of making a successful podcast. As a multilingual professional, I’ve produced hundreds of hours of podcast content as a producer, and co-host, since launching my first podcast back in Portugal in 2008. Since then, I’ve moved to London, UK, and I’m currently in Dallas, Texas, US, and the journey has taken me through incredible experiences that taught me everything I know today about podcasting.With this podcast, I will be sharing the ins and out of how to create a show that helps you grow online in a way that works for you and avoids overwhelm. Using my background in content strategy and media production, and my commitment to ethical podcasting, I’ll teach you to create an authentic, long-term podcast strategy while having fun with the process. Topics discussed in this episode:✨ Podcast Growth✨ Podcast Content Strategies✨ My journey through podcasting, live radio, broadcasting and digital marketing✨ Types of podcast episodes✨ What The Podcast Space will help you grow✨ What makes a podcast great✨ Challenge the status QuoTakeaways from this episode:-You don’t need to have years of experience in an industry to launch a podcast.-After years of working as a producer and helping spread the expertise of other business owners, I’m now launching my own podcast to share my own knowledge.-Every podcaster should push their comfort zone further with every episode: for me, I decided to launch a video podcast.-Releasing imperfect content allows you to progress more than creating the perfect strategy that never sees the light of day.-Radio, online radio, podcasting look vary from country to country.Subscribe to this channel, or view more at:www.thepodcastspace.com/podcastVisit our website for more Podcast Resources:www.thepodcastspace.com/resourcesLearn more about our Maximize Your Podcast Content course:https://bit.ly/3TesQwcEnroll in our Podcast Friends and Trends Membership:https://bit.ly/3Y9on0CSubscribe to the Podcast on Audio Platforms:https://bit.ly/3Y4bF2cSubscribe to our newsletter for more Podcast Tips:https://thepodcastspace.ck.page/32680fa82eConnect to us on social media:https://www.instagram.com/thepodcastspacehttps://www.facebook.com/thepodcastspacehttps://twitter.com/thepodcastspace​https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-podcast-spacehttps://www.pinterest.com/thepodcastspace

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Experimenting with Your Process: Tips from @LloydNotGeorge | 2 The Podcast Space [Video]

The ebbs and flows of the journey of a content creatorWhat happens behind the lens and microphone of a content creator? A lot.Being a creator and podcaster today can mean a variety of things. But how do you figure out what works for you, and how long to do it for until it’s time to switch it up?Lloyd George is a content creator by night & project manager by day. His company Cre8tor Hub helps content creators start, manage and grow their podcast.  I first met Lloyd after scrolling through TikTok and stumbling (and obsessing about his) incredible videos about his podcast journey. Since January 2022, he’s accumulated over 1.5 million views and has continued building a community of aspiring podcasters through tips, giveaways, and resourceful content for beginners. Lloyd started dabbing into the podcasting world in 2018, and I’ve invited him on the show so that he could share his experience of starting a podcast and how it has increased his confidence not only in the podcasting world but in his personal life as well. No one says, ‘if you’re not going to be a multi-book author, don’t write.'(Podcasting) is a creative journey of exploration, and the more you do it, you’ll find out if you like it and not, but you’ll never know if you never try. Lloyd GeorgeIt’s all about Mindset and CommunityMindset can be limiting, or freeing, and so Lloyd and I also dived into the scarcity mindset that many creators have (especially podcasters!) and how instead of viewing other creators as competition, you can support and share their content or use it as a starting point for your own episode. Spoiler alert: we’re stronger together!Lloyd and I share our love for creating community through authentic content, and this episode ended up being more of a conversation of two creators who ‘met’ (virtually) after months of following and admiring each other’s work online, so I also ended up unveiling a lot of my own process of The Podcast Space’s online strategy, building a Membership, a course, and allowing myself to figure it out as I go. We speak about the ups and downs of the content creation journey and the importance of being part of a community in order to stay motivated in the long run.We also focus on the importance of making small tweaks to your content creation process, which can have a big impact on your podcast: Lloyd shares how tweaking his podcast flow almost doubled his episode downloads. And what you need to know in order to create content that performs well on Instagram, TikTok, YouTube and more.Topics discussed in this episode:Podcast processThe journey of the content creatorPodcast content strategyLimiting beliefs as a podcasterHow to start your journey in podcastingTakeaways from this episode:-Try new things regularly: Try new things every 2 weeks to keep your content fresh and interesting. This can lead to finding a new approach that works better for you and your audience.-Optimize your content: Optimize your content for the platform you have chosen to focus on, for example, for YouTube, use keywords in the title and tags, have an attention-grabbing thumbnail, and upload from your desktop to increase likelihood of success.-Be part of a community: Being part of a supportive community can help you overcome challenges and stay motivated. Support other creators and use their content as a starting point for your own ideas.-Make an impact: Instead of trying to produce the perfect piece of content, focus on making an impact and getting someone to think. Prioritize creating content that resonates with your audience and inspires them to engage with you.Resources mentioned in this episode:Subscribe to Lloyd George’s newsletter and learn about his services: www.lloydnotgeorge.comListen to Dylan Schmidt’s interview with Lloyd: https://www.podcaster.digital/the-art-of-brand-deals-and-sponsorships-with-lloyd-george/Interviews mentioned by Lloyd: https://www.bigcreator.energy/episodesFollow Lloyd on social media: https://solo.to/lloydgPart 2 of the interview: TBDVisit our website for more Podcast Resources:www.thepodcastspace.com/resourcesLearn more about our Maximize Your Podcast Content course:https://bit.ly/3TesQwcEnroll in our Podcast Friends and Trends Membership:https://bit.ly/3Y9on0CSubscribe to the Podcast on Audio Platforms:https://bit.ly/3Y4bF2cSubscribe to our newsletter for more Podcast Tips:https://thepodcastspace.ck.page/32680fa82eConnect to us on social media:https://www.instagram.com/thepodcastspacehttps://www.facebook.com/thepodcastspacehttps://twitter.com/thepodcastspace​https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-podcast-spacehttps://www.pinterest.com/thepodcastspace

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Best practices for Podcast Covers [Video]

Have you ever wondered what makes a podcast great? Here it is!I’ve studied communication and design, and the meaning of the elements we use, so watch the video to learn about best practices and why some things are the way they are!Recap:-The human brain picks images with other humans over images without humans -Less is more-If possible, use your branding colors to improve recognition-Contrast matters!Visit our website for more Podcast Resources and to learn about our Audio editing and Podcast Strategy services:www.thepodcastspace.comwww.thepodcastspace.com/coursewww.thepodcastspace.com/membershipSubscribe to our newsletter for more Podcast Tips:https://thepodcastspace.ck.page/32680fa82eConnect to us on social media:https://www.instagram.com/thepodcastspacehttps://www.facebook.com/thepodcastspacehttps://twitter.com/thepodcastspace​https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-podcast-spacehttps://www.pinterest.com/thepodcastspace