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Why A Carefully Structured Podcast Can Make High Power Media Attraction With Reena Friedman Watts Of Better Call Daddy

What is the secret of getting huge engagement on your podcast episodes? What is the right approach to achieve high-power media attraction for your show? Reena Friedman Watts shares with Tracy Hazzard how she built a carefully structured podcast with someone close to her heart. Reena details her workflow for Better Call Daddy, the show she co-hosts with her father. She explains how she invites the best guests through in-depth research and a little bit of stalking. Reena also presents the important role of social media in building an amazing rapport with her dad and her entire audience, ultimately resulting in a handsome return on investment.

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This Veteran Brings Power To His Podcast Purpose And Inspires A Tribe Too – Meet Otis McGregor Of The Cam & Otis Show

Having a clear and strong podcast purpose is key in running a show that will entice and engage the audience to stick around for more. This requires constant reinvention and innovation to keep the podcast going and eventually, build a thriving community of like-minded people. Joining Tracy Hazzard is Otis McGregor to talk about the show with his son Cam, The Cam & Otis Show. He unravels the secret behind their incredible chemistry, how they make every conversation insightful and interesting, and their technique in building amazing rapport with guests. Otis also shares about his coaching program focused on team building and his book Enable Your Team’s Success.

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Thought Leadership Podcasting With Net New Client Metrics With Peter Winick

Successful podcasting is not so much about having millions of viewers as it is about having a guesting strategy by which your rapport with your guests helps build your show and your business. Peter Winick, founder and CEO of Thought Leadership Leverage and host of the Leveraging Thought Leadership Podcast, is among these people. For more than 20 years, he has helped individuals and organizations design and grow their thought leadership platforms and grow revenue streams from them. Tracy Hazzard recently wrote an article about his podcasting strategies that drive his show into a continuing success. He joins her again on the show to talk more about guesting strategy, building rapport, and getting new clients. Don’t miss out on this episode!

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Bootstrapping Your Dreams with Manuj Aggarwal

There is more to podcasting than just talking and expecting people to listen to you. As the CTO of TetraNoodle, an entrepreneur, investor, and technology enthusiast, Manuj Aggarwal knows exactly how to bootstrap startups. In this episode, Manuj talks about his podcast Bootstrapping Your Dreams, how he started it, the mistakes he has made along the way, and the solutions to growing the show. He shares some tips on how he was able to book his guests using LinkedIn as well as how he encourages engagement amongst his listeners in the show and in real life.

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