In this episode, I have 5 surefire reasons you should start a podcast! I absolutely love podcasting and began creating podcasting courses in 2006 for women entrepreneurs. I feel every business should utilize all the digital technologies to your business advantage.
I’ll talk about:
- my experiences with podcasting success
- and why podcasting is one of the most versatile ways to increase your tribe
- how podcasting takes into consideration different learning modes
- how podcasting adds to the value of your blog copy
- the importance of syndicating your content and providing your content in a variety of methods: adding diversity to your platform through social media, video marketing, as well as podcasting
- how podcasting helps you ease into public speaking
- why I think podcasting trumps video marketing
- with over 450 million blogs, subscribing to podcasts has become easier with the onslaught of smartphones.
My personal experience with podcasting success:
I quickly increased my blog readership by 30% within 2 months upon starting the podcast and by 125% in 4 weeks as a result of one podcast interview with a well-known guest in my niche.
Here are even more reasons you should start a podcast.
Also, services like Audio Acrobat might work for you (at $20/month.) Just go at your own pace, and utilize the tools you have at your disposal if you want to begin on a budget.
Better yet, if you can afford to invest in better equipment, take a look at Cliff’s equipment packages for an idea of what type of setup you might want to invest in.
More reasons to start a podcast…
- You will reach your target audience, build your tribe, and grow your brand with a podcast.
- Podcasting helps you to establish your authority and expertise on a niche topic.
- You will reach more mobile-device owners with your message as a result of podcasting.
(A larger percentage of my listeners stick around for 15-30 minutes. Podcasting is GREAT for blog stickiness. The average blog receives between 5-10 minutes or less of reading time.)
Has this episode been helpful to you? Don’t forget to check out my episode on mistakes I made while podcasting.