Binge Factor

From Theory To Practice: Applying High-Level Business And Life Leadership Strategies To Achieve Your Mission With Francois Lupien Of How To Become More Podcast (Podfaded)

Being ordinary won’t drive viewers back to your show. So how can you make your show more “bingeable?” Francois Lupien, the Host of How To Become More Podcast, dives into applying high-level business and life strategies into practice to achieve your mission. Integrating the information created from your thoughts, feelings, and actions is the beginning of your transformation. As Tracy Hazzard says, “We don’t have to be fully optimized and perfect in our podcast because we have to edge more.” So avoid stepping into the trap of perfection and edge more through this episode with Tracy Hazzard and Francois Lupien.

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This Kid Podcaster Can Teach You A Thing Or Two About Being An Entrepreneur With Kid CEO Benjamin Wong (Podfaded)

The best way to start living your dream is always now. Kid podcaster, Benjamin Wong, has always had his mind on helping kids create their own entrepreneurial opportunities. At the age of 14, Ben has managed to get three podcasts off the ground and up in the air and grow a community of over 1000 kidpreneurs. Ben sits with Tracy Hazzard to talk about what it’s like being the CEO of Kid CEO Media, a youth-run communications company dedicated to uplifting the growing community of young entrepreneurs. Tune in to learn how Ben continues to successfully empower today’s youth through his podcast shows, YoungTrep with Benjamin Wong, Kid CEO Podcast, and 2 Kids On the Block with Kamea LaFontaine.

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Struggling to Grow Your Podcast? Get Firsthand Podcasting Advice from Host of The Struggle is Real with Justin Peters

Everyone thinks that they can start their own podcast. Fast forward five months later, and they haven’t even bought microphones yet. Starting a podcast takes a lot of dedication, from finding guests to the research. It can all be a hassle if you’re not really serious about it. Learn from Justin Peters, host of The Struggle is Real with Justin Peters, how he started because of his love for learning and research. Also, learn how he found his target audience demographic and adjust his podcast to target them. Join your host Tracy Hazzard as she talks to Justin for some firsthand podcasting advice on how to grow your audience with fan engagement, how to monetize, how to research, why networking with other podcasters is important, and many more.

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“How to Create a Bingeable Podcast Through Co-Host Chemistry” with Shea Keats and Maddie Jerge of the Camp Adulthood and the Resident Youth Podcast

“How to Create a Bingeable Podcast Through Co-Host Chemistry” with Shea Keats and Maddie Jerge of the Camp Adulthood and the Resident Youth Podcast   As part of my series of interviews

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Lessons From A Binge Listener’s Perspective With Jennifer Otto

These days, there is a slew of podcasts catering to every genre that it has become easy for audiences to find their particular favorite and get hooked. Joining Tracy Hazzard in today’s episode is Jennifer Otto, a binge listener and Jen Du Plessis’ biggest fan. Jennifer has been a mortgage lender for 25 years. Today, she shares her binge listener perspective about her love of podcasts, ballroom dancing, and what prompted her to reach out to Jen du Plessis.

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What Is The Binge Factor And What Makes A Bingeable Podcast

Podcasts come in multiple forms, in many shapes, sizes, lengths, and talk about a myriad of subject matters, but at the end of the day, the podcasts that survive and continue to grow are the bingeable podcasts. A bingeable podcast is a podcast that an audience won’t want to drop or start listening to, ensuring its long-term longevity as well as opportunities to monetize the content. Tracy Hazzard discusses the so-called “binge factor” and why bingeability is an important metric in determining the ongoing success of any podcast. If you want to begin the process of setting up a new podcast, you can’t miss this important topic.

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