Are you frustrated with the lackluster response to your podcast calls to action? There might be a couple of things you’re doing wrong. Join Tracy Hazzard and Tom Hazzard in […]
How To Successfully Build And Boost Your Podcast To International Listeners With Khudania Ajay Of The KAJ Masterclass Live
You must always aim to grow your podcast listenership as time passes by. If you are already hitting your local audience goals, expanding your podcast to international listeners should be your next goal. For this episode, Tracy Hazzard is joined by Khudania Ajay of the KAJ Masterclass Live, who discusses how to build and boost your podcast on a global scale! Khudania generously shares insights and tips on building a consistent audience, engaging with listeners, and making yourself a trusted resource of your chosen niche. If you want to build your podcast into something that people from all over the world will tune in to, this enlightening conversation is for you!
Multistreaming is one of the methods to not only increase engagement but widen your podcast audience as well. But what is the best tool for your podcast? In this episode,
Kimberly Deese of the Travel Squad Podcast: How to Drive Podcast Bingeability Through Co-Host Banter and Humor
Kimberly Deese of the Travel Squad Podcast: How to Drive Podcast Bingeability Through Co-Host Banter and Humor As part of my series of interviews about “5 things you need
Word Of Mouth Marketing: How To Encourage Your Audience To Share Your Show and Skyrocket Your Listeners?
Word of mouth marketing is perhaps the most powerful strategy to find the right listeners for your podcast. But how do you translate that on social media and optimize it
BIPOC Creators: Amplifying Embraced Cultural Diversity Through A Strong Podcast Community With Maribel Quezada Smith
Podcasting is a long game but with a lot of opportunities. Among these is the opportunity to amplify embraced cultural diversity through strong podcast communities. Tracy Hazzard sits down for a conversation about this with Maribel Quezada Smith. Maribel is a TV documentary and podcast producer and owner of a bilingual media company that focuses on amplifying diverse voices in the media. In this conversation, she shares her approach in launching podcasts and developing dedicated communities around them. You’ll definitely learn how to make strategic decisions to reach and make a deeper connection with your audience. Tune in for more!
Are you considering guesting on podcasts? Or, are you taking every podcast guesting invitation that comes your way without a second thought? In today’s episode, Tom Hazzard and Tracy Hazzard
Taking Advantage Of Podcast Expertise To Expand The Reach Of Your Show – On-Air Podcast Coaching With Patrick Veroneau Of The Learning From Leaders Podcast (Podfaded)
On today’s show, Tracy Hazzard does a strategic coaching session with Patrick Veroneau, the host of Learning From Leaders podcast. As the CEO of the Emery Leadership Group LLC since 2008, Patrick has been passionately identifying and researching the most effective behaviors to help individuals, teams, and organizations rise above their best as leaders. Get a sense of how coaching looks like, sounds like, and feels like as Tracy and Patrick explore what business model or tactic works for him and his show to expand his reach further and have better engagement with his audience.
Podcasting is fast becoming a major platform of information segregation mainly because of hosts who dedicate their content to specific niches. One of the most significant and successful podcasters today is Veronica Dagher, an award-winning Senior Wealth Management Reporter for the Wall Street Journal and the co-creator, host, and co-producer of the top-rated podcast, The Wall Street Journal’s Secrets of Wealthy Women. Podcasting has brought notable positive impact to many, especially women, and Veronica talks about the opportunity it offers to shine a light on the rise of women’s wealth and entrepreneurship as well as the issues and career challenges women face.
In podcasting, successfully hitting the mic is all about getting the right amount of audience engagement mixed with the right personality. In this episode, Stacey Harris, a social media strategist and trainer working with frustrated entrepreneurs, teaches us how to get the audience we deserve using the right strategies. Stacy’s method in producing her podcast called Hit The Mic revolves around some ancient marketing techniques. She talks about how to build an audience through a people-focused strategy and also shares some of the best ways to increase listeners and book great guests. Producing an episode is definitely not enough to scale up, so know more about how you can produce your own podcast that you can monetize with Stacy’s great tips.