60% of podcasts cease to exist after six months of production. As a podcaster, that stat startled me. Over half of all podcasts that launch fade into oblivion after less than 20 episodes? When I sat down to think about the future of podcasting, I realized that the biggest factor that separates … Read More about How to Wow Your Guests: Podcast Hosting Done Right
There are many advantages to having guests on your podcasts. It’s an interesting way to create instant content for your show, and it sure beats going it alone with a 45-minute monologue. It’s also a nice way to meet other podcasters and industry experts. Meeting and talking to guests … Read More about How to Use Podcast Guests to Expand Your Audience Reach
Baseballs and mitts, lanes and bowling pins, podcasts and guests - they all go hand-in-hand. Let’s say you understand the importance of booking guests and you’ve even booked a well-known guest for a future episode. You’re positioning your podcast for success and setting things up to not only delight … Read More about Booking Your First Guest: What to Keep In Mind
Podcasting can be a time consuming career. It takes significant effort to research, plan, record, edit, publish and promote podcasts and at the end of the day you might feel exhausted just being part of one podcast, especially if you have other business activities to pursue at the same time. The … Read More about Should Podcast Hosts Also Be Podcast Guests?
In May of 2005, Tom Cruise unknowingly created a new chapter in the book of pop culture. The incident was so well-known that I probably don’t even need to say more for you to know what I’m referring to. Appearing as a guest on the Oprah Winfrey show, Cruise was in a love frenzy over his then-new … Read More about 4 Steps to Booking Well Known Guests For Your Podcast