Should you have a website up and running when your podcast launches?
Well, I have two different opinions on this.
Here are some examples of different types of podcast website options. Remember, it doesn't have to be perfect!
Leverage tools your hosting site offers (like Libsyn): https://katestake.libsyn.com/
Nicole and Kate Can Relate website (built on Transistor): https://www.canrelatepodcast.com/
Entrepreneurs On Fire website: https://www.eofire.com
Finally, I cover the 5 things I believe every podcast website needs once it's up and firing on all cylinders.
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Engagement. It's one of the most important aspects of your podcast, yet can also be one of the most difficult to get going.
In this episode I share my favorite call to action - that actually works when it comes to getting listeners to engage! - plus my hacks for thinking outside of the box when it comes to communication with your audience.
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Measuring your podcast growth is important; it's what will help confirm you're on track, making an impact, and getting one step closer to your goals.
But you have to be intention about it. You can't just launch your podcast and then 3 months later expect results when you don't know exactly what those results are.
This episode gives you a step by step for how to choose your podcast measurement, the importance of checking in with yourself (and how to do it), plus, how to make sure your podcast growth continues in the long-term.
When you choose to do a live stream podcast you're opening the door to anything happening.
Without full control to edit or remove things you "don't like", live streaming is a risk.
However, I think it's an awesome challenge!
In today's episode I'm going to walk through everything I think you should consider if you're hosting a live stream, including:
Questions about podcasting?