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34 minutes | Nov 29, 2022
How to Balance Multiple Businesses Without Burning Out
There is so much to do and such little time. Am I right? In this episode, my guest Whitney Eckis is sharing how she balances owning multiple businesses without burning out. Whitney also shares how she is getting equity in companies without writing checks and breaks down how she spends her days. Whitney Eckis is the founder and CEO of Eckis Marketing, a creative communications agency, and Get Supr, a hemp-infused coffee brand. Whitney has spent the last seven years perfecting the practices of growing brands and businesses in the digital space. Eckis Marketing elevates brands through social media marketing, influencer relations, branding, and creative strategy. Whitney is also the host of the Under the Influence podcast, where I have been a guest. Learn more about Whitney at: whitneyeckis.com Follow Whitney on social media at @whitneyeckis Check out Get Supr here: getsupr.com Pitch yourself to be a contributor at: 16places.com
37 minutes | Nov 22, 2022
How you can Build a Consistent Income as a Freelancer
You’ll find Michelle Garrett at the intersection of PR, content marketing, and social media… because yes, there is major overlap! In this episode, Michelle is going to share the unique way she approaches PR to deliver amazing results for her clients, how she has built a thriving freelance business, and share her biggest takeaway from Content Marketing World. As a public relations consultant and writer, Michelle’s articles have been featured in Entrepreneur, Muck Rack, and Ragan’s PR Daily, among others. She’s the founder and host of #FreelanceChat Thursday at noon EST on Twitter, a co-host of #PRLunchHour Friday at noon EST on Twitter Spaces, and a frequent speaker on public relations. Follow her on Twitter at @PRisUs Follow her on LinkedIn at @prstrategist Follow her on Facebook at @GarrettPublicRelations Visit her website at MichelleGarrett.com If you liked this episode, please subscribe to this podcast to hear more like it. Tell your colleagues, friends, and family… and don’t forget to tap that subscribe button. For more, visit MediaMavenAndMore.com/podcast.
31 minutes | Nov 15, 2022
How to Earn Backlinks to Get in the Top Spot on Google
With so many forms of content creation and marketing, today’s guest Farzad Rashidi will tell you how to figure out whether SEO is the right acquisition channel for your business, how to find hidden opportunities when it comes to keyword research and content creation, and his 3-step outreach strategy to consistently earn editorial backlinks to boost rankings… you know this is my jam! When you reach out to get the backlink, be sure to include an incentive, a level of personalization, and pick the right strategy to ensure the websites are relative to increasing your authority. Farzad Rashidi is the lead innovator at Respona, the all-in-one link-building outreach software that helps businesses increase their organic traffic from Google. He previously ran the marketing efforts at Visme, where he helped the company gain over 16 million active users and pass 3M monthly organic traffic. Connect with Farzad Rashidi: Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/farzadrashidi/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/The_Farzad Follow Respona: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/respona Twitter: https://twitter.com/ResponaApp Resources mentioned in this episode: Respona.com PodcastClout.com If you liked this episode, please subscribe to this podcast to hear more like it. Tell your colleagues, friends, and family… and don’t forget to tap that subscribe button. For more, visit MediaMavenAndMore.com/podcast.
26 minutes | Nov 8, 2022
How to Market a Book to Get More Sales
Calling all non-fiction authors! This is the podcast for you if you want to learn more about: • How to create content based on your book • How to grow an email list effectively • How soon should you start working on your content marketing My guest, Melanie Herschorn, wants to make your book and brand sparkle online. As a marketing strategist for coaches, consultants, and speakers worldwide, she’s on a mission to support and empower her clients to create clear messaging and content that shines a light on their individuality, skillset, and books. With her unique combination of entrepreneurship, award-winning journalism and PR experience, Melanie guides her clients to attract and nurture leads and position themselves as industry experts. Follow Melanie on social media on: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/melanie-herschorn/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vipdigitalcontent/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vipdigitalcontent Get Melanie’s ultimate book marketing checklist at VIPDigital.live/checklist Get on the waitlist for my next bootcamp at: PitchPublicityProfit.com Download 16 places to pitch to be a contributor here: 16places.com
32 minutes | Nov 1, 2022
Five Ways to Start, Grow, Monetize, and Sell a Website
In this episode, my friend Briana Beaty explains how she started, grew, and monetized a local business. She also recently sold one of her businesses, Flavor Palm Beach, and walks us through how that happened. The founder of Flavor Palm Beach and Palm Beach Moms grew up in South Florida with a love for travel. After graduating from the University of Florida with a degree in hospitality management with a guest experience forward approach. That guest experience approach combined with a sensitivity to what people want to be helped her create two companies that serve the guest and the community. Resources mentioned in this episode include: Website: https://www.flavorpb.com/ Instagram: @flavorpalmbeach Website: https://thepbmoms.com/ Instagram: @palmbeachmoms If you liked this episode, please subscribe to this podcast to hear more like it. Tell your colleagues, friends, and family… and don’t forget to tap that subscribe button. For more, visit MediaMavenAndMore.com/podcast.
30 minutes | Oct 25, 2022
How to get People Stuck on Your Content to Build a Profit Machine
Shannon Matson is the CEO and Founder of The Social Bungalow, an education and media company that helps entrepreneurs structure ingenious online businesses, as well as Bungalow Coffee a 2,500 sqft coffee café in the Downtown Las Vegas Arts District. In this episode, Shannon breaks down what a sticky digital web is and what you can implement today to have one in your business that will bring leads straight to you! Shannon will also break down her impressive content creation process and how she uses it to amplify her inbound ecosystem… and why she opened a coffee cafe in Sin City! With comprehensive experience in marketing and advertising, Shannon prides herself on helping others structure and market their businesses for exceptional growth. Her journey began in the corporate world where she held titles such as V.P. of Marketing for a global publishing company and National Director of Sales & Marketing for a fitness franchise. These varying industries and an array of accreditations – from pursuing continuing education credits in copywriting, utilized to write weekly articles for Forbes and Entrepreneur.com, to becoming Google Adwords certified – speak to her insatiable hunger for driving traffic and conversions to remarkable brands. These roles brought her opportunities with L’Oreal, Access Hollywood, and The Ellen Degeneres Show, with marketing access to Kendra Wilkinson, Alex Rodriguez, and Jennifer Lopez. Visit The Social Bungalow at TheSocialBungalow.com. Follow Shannon on Instagram at @TheSocialBungalow. Pitch to be a Contributor at 16places.com. If you liked this episode, please subscribe to this podcast to hear more like it. Tell your colleagues, friends, and family… and don’t forget to tap that subscribe button. For more, visit MediaMavenAndMore.com/podcast.
31 minutes | Oct 18, 2022
The Secret to PR Success with Journalists with Kelsey Ogletree
Kelsey Ogletree is on a mission to change the media industry by advocating for transparency and prioritizing relationships over transactions. In this podcast episode, she is going to talk about what works and doesn’t work with publicists pitching journalists, how to build relationships with journalists, and what transparency in the media really means. Plus, she is going to tell us all about Pitchcraft, what she sees as the future of pitching the media and the secret to PR success with journalists. Kelsey Ogletree is an Alabama-based independent journalist covering food, travel, and golf for outlets like Wall Street Journal, Travel + Leisure, and AARP The Magazine. She's also the founder of Pitchcraft, a platform connecting PR pros to top-tier journalists. Find more about Kelsey here: https://www.kelseyogletree.com/ Learn more about Pitchcraft here: https://pitchcraft.kelseyogletree.com/ Connect with Kelsey on Instagram: @kbogletree Twitter: @kelseyogletree LinkedIn: Kelsey Ogletree
38 minutes | Oct 11, 2022
How Jenny Hale Became a Bestselling Author and Founder of a Publishing Company
With over a million copies of her books sold, Jenny Hale is a USA Today bestselling author of contemporary romantic fiction. Her novels Coming Home for Christmas and Movie Guide Epiphany Award Winner Christmas Wishes and Mistletoe Kisses are Hallmark Channel original movies. She is also the founder of her own romantic fiction publishing imprint Harpeth Road Press. In this episode, Jenny is going to share what it takes to make a living as an author, and if you want to become an author, what publishers look for. Connect with Jenny on social media at @harpethroad on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, @jhaleauthor on Twitter and Instagram, and @jennyhaleauthor on Facebook Find out more about Jenny Hale here: https://www.itsjennyhale.com/ Find out more about Harpeth Road here: https://www.harpethroad.com/ Don’t miss my live 3-day bootcamp at Pitch Publicity Profit: MediaMavenAndMore.com/Publicity If you liked this episode, please subscribe to this podcast to hear more like it. Tell your colleagues, friends, and family… and don’t forget to tap that subscribe button. For more, visit MediaMavenAndMore.com/podcast.
31 minutes | Oct 4, 2022
12 Easy Steps to Create a Content Strategy That Will Get You Leads with Jessica Lawlor
If you’re a business owner, you need to be creating and posting content. Period. Full stop. But where do you find the time? How do you decide what to create and where to post it? Will this even help your business? Do you have more questions? They are probably answered in this podcast episode with content creator and manager extraordinaire, Jessica Lawlor. Jessica Lawlor is the founder and CEO of Jessica Lawlor & Company (JL&Co), the go-to agency for content management. Jessica helps clients with editorial planning, content creation, repurposing, and content marketing. We go in-depth on the 12 steps to create a content strategy that includes: Open a blank document and do a content braindump Create a series Place them on a calendar to determine the frequency Do SEO keyword research Determine who is going to write or produce the content Do it Editing and perfecting the piece to go live Create 10-15 headlines Lay it out in your CMS, like WordPress, and add visuals Publish it live Market the content and distribute it over time Repurpose it in another way in another place Founded in 2016, JL&Co serves as an in-house managing editor for clients. Past and present clients include Muck Rack, Solo PR Pro, PodReacher, The Write Life, Healthy Rich, and more. Connect with Jessica: @jesslaw on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/jesslaw/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessicalawlor/ Other resources mentioned in this episode: Jessica’s blog post about what a managing editor is: https://jessicalawlor.com/2022/04/what-is-a-managing-editor Jessica’s blog post about the misconceptions about content: https://jessicalawlor.com/2021/10/misconceptions-about-content/ Jessica’s blog post about how to write a case study: https://jessicalawlor.com/2021/09/how-to-write-a-case-study/ Alexis Grant from The Write Life: https://alexisgrant.com/2021/09/19/how-i-sold-online-business-the-write-life/ Rank IQ Affiliate Link: https://www.rankiq.com/?fpr=christina33 16 Places to Pitch to be a Contributor: 16Places.com Pitch Publicity Profit Bootcamp: PitchPublicityProfit.com If you liked this episode, please subscribe to this podcast to hear more like it. Tell your colleagues, friends, and family… and don’t forget to tap that subscribe button. For more, visit MediaMavenAndMore.com/podcast.
34 minutes | Sep 27, 2022
How to Write and Publish a Book in Just 20 Minutes a Day with Azul Terronez
Yes, you can write a book in one month if you just focus for 20 minutes a day. But, then what? Listen to this episode to discover the best publishing path for your book… and learn how you can turn a talk or keynote into a book. Azul Terronez is a Wall Street Journal and USA Today bestselling author and book coach who specializes in helping leaders write and publish books that elevate their brand. As the CEO of Authors Who Lead, he has enabled Wall Street CEOs, professional athletes, and successful YouTubers to write and publish books. He has been a keynote speaker at international education conferences and his TEDx talk, “What Makes a Good Teacher Great”, has been viewed over 3 million times. Connect with Azul: Website: AuthorsWhoLead.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/azuljterronez Instagram: @azulterronez Twitter: @azulterronez LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/azul-terronez/ Other things mentioned in this podcast episode include: Podcast Clout: PodcastClout.com TEDx Talk “What Makes a Good Teacher Great”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vrU6YJle6Q4 Pitch Publicity Profit: PitchPublicityProfit.com If you liked this episode, please subscribe to this podcast to hear more like it. Tell your colleagues, friends, and family… and don’t forget to tap that subscribe button. For more, visit MediaMavenAndMore.com/podcast.
35 minutes | Sep 20, 2022
How to Sell a High-Ticket Offer Without Phone Calls with Natalie Gingrich
Ever wonder how other big-time businesses run or what a Director of Operations actually does? Maybe you’ve been thinking about scaling up for a while but don’t really know where to start. After listening to this episode, you won’t be able to ignore the back-end pieces that have to work together and flow smoothly in order to build a brand, grow a movement or disrupt an industry. If the Operations side of your business is a mess, putting out fires will always take priority… leaving no room for creative innovation, fun visibility, or networking with powerhouse peers (or wannabe peers). Natalie Gingrich is the founder of The Ops Authority. She certifies and mentors women who leverage their natural skillset of operations and administration. Natalie merged her 15 years of corporate leadership with her entrepreneurial learnings to create the Director of Operations Certification Program, the only strategic operations certification for leaders. Natalie gets into these five areas of operations: Strategy Project management HR Data Finance In this episode, she is also sharing how she is able to sell clients into her high ticket offer… without a phone call! It all starts before the application process. Visit her website at: https://theopsauthority.com/ Natalie’s Book Recommendation: The Glass Castle Pitch Publicity Profit: MediaMavenAndMore.com/Pubilicity If you liked this episode, please subscribe to this podcast to hear more like it. Tell your colleagues, friends, and family… and don’t forget to tap that subscribe button. For more, visit MediaMavenAndMore.com/podcast.
28 minutes | Sep 13, 2022
Batch 30 Days of Content in One Day (from FinCon)
William Villalobos from TheFutures.io took the stage at FinCon in Orlando in 2022 and talked about two things - the strategy and tactics to batch 30 days of content in one day. In this episode, I’m going to break down what he said and what I took away from his session on the Solutions Stage. When it comes to creating content, you need to make decisions like: What is your business focus? What is your communication focus? What actions are you prepared to take? Now, you need to define your business focus for the year. It could be you building your brand, getting more traffic, attracting investment, increasing leads, etc. That’s it for strategy. Now, let’s get into the tactics. More decision-making needs to happen, like: Channels Platforms Frequency Audience schedule Your schedule William said Whatsapp is growing with micro-communities, but TikTok is the biggest one right now… which is not a surprise, right? This is where people get stuck. They ask themselves, “what in the world should I talk about?!” Some places to get ideas include: What are your business goals? What does your audience want to hear? Pay attention to the clues they give you in feedback, online discussions, questions, etc.. Ask them how things are going. What are their objections and complaints? Share testimonials and case studies. William also advised to never focus on all ideas at the same time. Personally, I love this piece of advice because we’ve all heard the same, generic stuff over and over again. It’s time to dig deep and go super specific on one topic. That’s where the value is. Today, a popular strategy is to find out what is trending on TikTok and cater it to your audience, but do this as an experiment. Do everything as an experiment because you never know what will work and what won’t unless you try. Some things to try experimenting with include: Try posting spontaneously and using a schedule to see what works best Use different styles of content like video, broll, text, still image, etc. Use both long copy and short copy long copy Always include a CTA, but it doesn’t have to be sales related every time (in my opinion, it shouldn’t be most of the time) A big takeaway for me is to take TikTok videos and put them on YouTube shorts as “how to” videos… and this would work for Instagram reels too. It’s the same content (just be sure to remove any watermarks that may appear). Make sure you have a CTA to collect leads and a pixel so you can retarget people with ads if you run ads in the future. To make content creation easier, William suggests: Use the right tools Make it a priority Time blocking Recruit help If anything is time-consuming or you just hate doing it, delegate or outsource! My big takeaway from this session was this: Repurpose one video into micro pieces of content. It sounds so easy, but I don’t do it and because of this session, I’m going to put it on my calendar to start! Some resources mentioned in this episode: Free Agorapulse Trial: https://www.agorapulse.com/?via=christina86 Pitch Publicity Profit Bootcamp: https://www.pitchpublicityprofit.com/waitlist Media Mentoring Program: https://www.mediamavenandmore.com/media-mentoring-program/ The Futures: https://thefutures.io/
24 minutes | Sep 6, 2022
Hosting Your Own Online Event to Make $1M in One Year with Sarah Gray
If you’ve ever thought, “Why create my own events when I can just speak on other people's stages?” or want to know about the different types of events that make the most sense for you, or when are you even ready to host your own event, anyway? Then, how do you get people to actually want to attend?! All those questions and more will be answered in this podcast episode with Sarah Gray. Sarah is a 7-figure no BS event marketing strategist from Ireland. She launched her second business in 2019, 8 months before the pandemic hit, and surpassed the seven-figure mark in just over 1 year. (Wild, right?!) She has an unmatched track record of helping her clients achieve multi-seven-figure success, so no matter what's going on in the world, she knows how to lead you to substantial revenue gains by creating your OWN stage. In this episode, Sarah breaks down why hosting your own events is one of the BEST (and fun) ways to connect with your followers in a tough economy and how hosting events allows you experience total freedom in your business when it comes to lead generation (so you're no longer dependent on someone else's audience). To attend Sarah’s next event, Elevate Your Sales from Sept 28th-30th, click here: ElevateYourSalesEvent.com/Christina Check out LinkedIn Events to invite 1,000 people to your event. Connect with Sarah Gray: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sarahgraydineen LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sarahgraydineen/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sarahgrayevents/To jump on the waiting list for the next Pitch Publicity Profit, click here: PitchPublicityProfit.com
33 minutes | Sep 6, 2022
5 Ways Melissa Kwan Went from $0 to $500,000 in 3 Years
5 Ways Melissa Kwan Went from $0 to $500,000 in 3 Years Melissa Kwan is the co-founder and CEO of eWebinar. eWebinar does all of your demos, onboarding, and training webinars for you so you don’t have to. She built it from nothing to $500,000 in annual recurring revenue in just three years, but she says revenue is not easy. Getting people to take out their credit cards is getting harder and harder, retaining customers with unrealistic expectations is hard, and building a product and keeping the burn low is hard. In this podcast episode, she is going to break down how she did it…. and will explain why she brought on a co-founder a year after she started the business. Melissa also shares how she got her first 100 customers, going into detail on these five points: 1. Wrote down every company in her network that she thought could benefit from her product 2. Two weeks before launch, she went down the list to tell people about what she was doing to see if they wanted to try it out 3. She scheduled onboarding calls where David (her CTO) and she would watch people sign up and create their first webinar so they could fix UI/UX issues 4. She gave anyone who signed up in the first two months a 60-day free trial (mostly because Stripe wasn't integrated yet!) 5. She started charging when their trial was up - no exceptions. For any business founder, this is her advice: Automate what you can so you can do what you can’t Build a career around what makes you happiest You can automate tasks and be there for your customers, those two things are not mutually exclusive Click here to check out eWebinar: https://ewebinar.com/ Follow Melissa on Twitter at @ewebinarlabs and @msskwan Click here for more on Pieter Levels making millions without employees: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V0ej29G7ZGg If you liked this episode, please subscribe to this podcast to hear more like it. Tell your colleagues, friends, and family… and don’t forget to tap that subscribe button. For more, visit MediaMavenAndMore.com/podcast.
26 minutes | Aug 30, 2022
What Makes a Pitch Stand Out to a Journalist with Alice Dubin
Ever wonder what makes a pitch stand out to a journalist? What about the common mistakes small business owners make when they pitch the media and how to fix those mistakes? Look no further because I get answers to those questions and more in this podcast episode. Alice Dubin is a digital travel and lifestyle journalist based in Los Angeles. Her work has appeared in Good Housekeeping, Woman’s Day, Prevention, Insider, Glamour, Shondaland, Fast Company, AFAR, Parents, TODAY, Travel + Leisure, and countless other online and print outlets. Alice has a master's degree in journalism with an emphasis on cultural reporting and criticism from NYU, and a bachelor’s degree from UC Berkeley. An avid traveler, she trots the globe with her husband and their twins. Visit her website at: https://www.alicedubin.com Follow her on Instagram at: @alicedubin Follow her on Twitter at: @alicedubin Sonia Weiser’s Opportunities of the Week Pitch Publicity Profit: MediaMavenAndMore.com/Pubilicity If you liked this episode, please subscribe to this podcast to hear more like it. Tell your colleagues, friends, and family… and don’t forget to tap that subscribe button. For more, visit MediaMavenAndMore.com/podcast.
35 minutes | Aug 16, 2022
The ONE Thing you Could do Right Now to Increase Your Confidence with Julie Kraus
Have you ever wondered what could make you not only feel more confident in your work, but also look more confident at the same time? Julie Kraus is an image consultant who teaches women to use their style as a tool to establish a memorable brand that attracts their ideal clients. Through her signature process helps women curate a wardrobe of their dreams to make getting dressed effortless to shine both on and offline. In this episode, Julie talk about getting clear on your style and how that aligns with your brand, like: 1. Thinking about what you want your brand to communicate non-verbally and the feeling you want to leave people with (which will translate to your social media feed). 2. Curating a closet that embodies the vision you have for your brand two years from now and questions to ask yourself before purchasing 3. Building a positive mindset around pushing your style to the edge of its comfort zone to elevate your brand. If you’ve ever wanted to know what kind of results you could see in your business by focusing on shifting your image, roadblocks you could face along the way, and more about Julie’s CHIC Style School, then listen to this! Book recommendation: Atomic Habits by James Clear Visit Julie’s website at: juliekraus.com Follow Julie on Instagram at: @juliekrausxo Follow Julie on TikTok at: @styletherapist
26 minutes | Aug 2, 2022
How to Get on Wikipedia
Everyone’s concerned about their online reputation but no one’s quite sure what to do about it. Worried about SEO, reviews, Google results, Wikipedia, or any other scary-sounding tools that you may be responsible for? In this episode, Josh Greene will cover the channels that make up your online reputation, provide tactics you can use, and some mini case studies. If you’re wondering how to take control of your online reputation or which tool is considered the most important for managing your online reputation, this episode has you covered. Josh goes into detail on the following: Being consistent with bios in social media Running AdWords inexpensively on your brand name and your business name (because you get seven lines of text at the top to say whatever you want about yourself) Claiming your knowledge panel to control the facts Google shares about you Using Google My Business and amplifying your presence with the many features Looking at the images that show up when you Google yourself… and flag any you may not like so they can be removed Using Twitter for thought leadership Landing media and press hits because they do a lot for SEO Josh Greene is the CEO of The Mather Group, a digital agency that solves marketing challenges for companies of all sizes. With over twenty years of experience creating and implementing digital strategies, Greene empowers top brands and individuals to shape their online presence to support their bottom line. He is a frequent speaker at conferences and industry events, including the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA), the AAF, ad:tech, SES, and PR Summit. One resource mentioned in this episode is: Christina’s Masterclass: EarnMediaNow.com Connect with Josh online at: Josh on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/joshgreene1/ Josh on Twitter: https://twitter.com/josh_greene Josh’s Website: TheMatherGroupLLC.com
29 minutes | Jul 19, 2022
Find Speaking Opportunities in 12 Easy Steps
Laurie-Ann Murabito is a reformed painfully shy gal who accidentally became a professional speaker. In this podcast episode, she talks about how you can find speaking opportunities and how to approach decision-makers so you get booked for them. The 12 specific points she breaks down are: Looking at where you already hang out and where your memberships are. Ask people in your network what conferences they go to. Let people know you are a speaker and can speak on specific topics. Find the decision-makers by looking at titles like a program coordinator, organizers, etc. You can also go to the association website and look under “about us” or the “leadership” tab. Find the event planners on LinkedIn to connect with If you can’t find the information, send your pitch to the President of the organization Pitch them by mentioning the event and ask about their process for booking speakers. Then tell them about the topics you speak about. If any sounds interesting, let’s talk! You can get paid on the front end or the back end (to speak and to sell) Be good on the platform, your niche - be specific and show it everywhere. Ask, “what’s your budget for speakers?” Pitch a breakout session to increase your value. Look at their revenue and at who has spoken in the past. Plant seeds to make an offer if no pitching is allowed. Even if you speak for no fee, send a speaker agreement to let them know what a deal they’re getting. In that agreement, ask for testimonials and referrals. Laurie-Ann Murabito is a Business Mentor & Speaking Strategist who works with clients to communicate with confidence and leverage speaking opportunities and be positioned as the expert, attract high-end clients, and monetize their authority. Some resources mentioned in this episode are: Be in Demand podcast SpeakAndStandOut.com SpeakAndStandOut.com/gift Find Laurie-Ann online at: Instagram: https://instagram.com/laurieann.murabito/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/laurieann/
32 minutes | Jul 5, 2022
7 Ways to Grow Your Podcast Fast
Did you know only 400,000 podcast shows have released a new episode in the last 60 days?! The competition to grow a podcast isn’t as tough as you may think. In this episode, Todd Cochrane shares seven ways you can start growing your podcast today. He goes into specifics on how to: Use your website Bring energy to episodes Amplify on social media Attend trade shows Earn radio and media appearances Join a podcast network or start your own podcast network Have your audience help you by sharing on social media and tagging you Todd Cochrane is a podcast advertising specialist. Executing podcast advertising deals with a variety of national vendors for the past 13 years, he was responsible for bringing GoDaddy into the Podcast Advertising Space as one of the first podcast advertisers in 2005. Don’t miss these resources mentioned in this episode: PodcastIndex.com EarnMediaNow.com Find Todd and BluBrry online at: Websites: https://geeknewscentral.com/ and https://blubrry.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Blubrry Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/toddcochrane/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/geeknews/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/GeekNews Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/geeknews
44 minutes | Jun 21, 2022
NFTs for Dummies: Hear Someone Explain NFTs to me Like I'm 5-years-old
In this podcast episode, I’m talking to Kristen Roberts. She is an award-winning intellectual property attorney providing consulting services on top NFT projects with Trestle Law. She’s going to break down the who, what, when, where, and why of NFTs to me like I’m a 5-year-old, so if you’re as confused as I am, then you will love this episode. She answers: What are NFTs and what are the different types of NFTs? Who sells them and who buys them? Where do you sell them and buy them? Why should people care about NFTs? How do you get in the NFT game?
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