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Let's make podcasting as easy as pressing record. This is a show that guides you to start your own podcast with confidence. We want to elevate your voice with a standout podcast your audience can connect with. So that it becomes memorable, shared and listened to, episode after episode.

Brand My Podcast, hosted by Frank from G'day Frank, covers all the tips you'll need to start your podcast. You will also discover the benefits of creating a brand for your podcast. To give you the clarity and confidence needed to be both seen and heard by more listeners who connect with your podcast brand.

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Let's make podcasting as easy as pressing record. This is a show that guides you to start your own podcast with confidence. We want to elevate your voice with a standout podcast your audience can connect with. So that it becomes memorable, shared and listened to, episode after episode.

Brand My Podcast, hosted by Frank from G'day Frank, covers all the tips you'll need to start your podcast. You will also discover the benefits of creating a brand for your podcast. To give you the clarity and confidence needed to be both seen and heard by more listeners who connect with your podcast brand.

    EP23 - How can a podcast help your business?

    EP23 - How can a podcast help your business?

    In this episode, I’m diving into the topic of creating a podcast for your business - either directly or indirectly.

    Because as a business or as an owner, a podcast can be a great additional platform to promote the business, elevate the standing of you as the owner in your industry (maybe you want to be a thought leader) or as a way to build your brand or launch a new product or service.

    Throughout the episode I take you through 5 key questions:


    Does your podcast need to be about what it is you do?
    How do you connect with clients via a podcast?
    Why would you want an existing client on your show?
    Why would you want to have a potential client on your show?
    How can you make a podcast achievable for a business?

    For me personally, podcasting as a business owner has opened the doors to meeting new people from all around the world and creating much better relationships with those people. AND It’s even lead to creative work for my business.

    But the biggest payoff for me has been the confidence in speaking which has translated not only into creating video content, but also helped the way I communicate with my clients and new connections.

    To find more information about this podcast or connect with Frank, head to:

    brandmypodcast.com

    Instagram.com/gdayfrank


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    • 26 min
    EP22 - Removing the umm’s and ahh’s

    EP22 - Removing the umm’s and ahh’s

    In this episode, I’m talking about how I’m taking the initiative to remove the umm’s and ahh’s when I talk. Along with ‘Sort of’, ‘Kind of’, ‘Like’ and ‘uhhh’.

    It’s tricky to do when you’re as sloppy as me with my speech. Especially as an Aussie when we use so much slang in our English dialect.

    So I did a little digging on YouTube as I’m on there for most of my working days and found a few good tips from these three people below:

    Allison Shapira
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2QJVoZffELo

    Vinh Giang
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c7rgokSZ5eg

    David Bunney
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9sv6Fi70Aug

    Do check them out as I cover them in this episode and they are going to be the tips I hope to implement as I level up this podcast over time. Which I hope will also prove to be useful for you if you have the same niggling habit of using filler words that get in the way of getting to the point and coming across as more knowledgable or a least more thoughtful.

    Because at the end of the day, podcasting is all about how you communicate verbally in most instances. The more eloquent we can be, the better.

    To find more information about this podcast or connect with Frank, head to:

    brandmypodcast.com

    Instagram.com/gdayfrank


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    • 14 min
    EP21 - When should you level up your podcast gear?

    EP21 - When should you level up your podcast gear?

    In this episode I’m talking tech & gear that will level up and enhance your podcasting experience, both for you and for your listeners.

    It’s a bit of a product listing type of episode so for links to all the things I talk about in these show, below are the names of each product-usb I mention:

    Mics:


    Blue Yeti
    Shure MV7
    Rode NT-USB/USB-Mini
    Rode Podmic
    Blue Bluebird
    Shure SM7B
    Rode NT1

    Audio Interfaces (XLR mics to USB/SD card):


    Rode AI1
    Focusrite Scarlet
    Rode Rodcaster Pro
    Zoom P8
    Zoom Podtrack P4

    Accessories:


    Boom arms: Rode PSA1, Blue Compass
    Pop Filters: cheap foam covers/clip on panels
    Sound dampening: acoustic tiles
    Headphones (up to your personal preference)
    Microphone gain lifter: Cloud Lifter, Fethead, Dynamite

    Podcast hosts:


    Sounder.fm

    Audio Editing:


    Adobe Creative Cloud: Adobe Audition/Premiere Pro
    DaVinci Resolve
    Garageband

    Content Creation:


    Descript
    Veed.io

    In addition to the products and services I cover in this episode, I also cover 3 simple indicators for the time to level up your podcast experience. So if you’re in two minds about what to get and when - I hope this episode will help.

    To find more information about this podcast or connect with Frank, head to:

    brandmypodcast.com

    Instagram.com/gdayfrank


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    • 40 min
    EP20 - Co-hosting a podcast

    EP20 - Co-hosting a podcast

    In this episode, we’re digging into the question of whether you should start a co-hosted podcast with one or multiple people.

    This comes off the back of making a co-hosted season of 20 episodes in one of my other podcast shows, Branding Banter. Along with some observations of how other podcasters produce a co-hosted show.

    And of course, a heap of tips in this episode to keep in mind for your own co-hosted episodes:


    Make a set time each week to record an episode or multiple episodes in a batch
    Record your shows well in advance to avoid scheduling problems and not having an episode for each week
    Don’t be afraid to have solo episodes of just yourselves talking
    Short of recording in-person, having a video feed can help you when knowing when your co-host or a guest is going to speak so you don’t talk over one another.
    Have an episode format where each of you knows when the other is going to be talking, especially for introducing talking points or guest questions.
    Record in seasons to give yourself a break too.

    Podcasting may be easily accessible to start a show, but if you’ve not noticed already, they can become fairly complex and/or labour intensive as you go along, especially if you’re co-hosting a show. So create a system for your show that makes showing up for each of you as frictionless as possible.

    To find more information about this podcast or connect with Frank, head to:

    brandmypodcast.com

    Instagram.com/gdayfrank


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    • 28 min
    EP19 - Got a dreaded case of pod-fade?

    EP19 - Got a dreaded case of pod-fade?

    In this episode, we’re diagnosing and treating your case of what podcasters call “pod-fade”.

    I’ve put my equivalent of a doctors stethoscope, which will be an XLR mic cable and my headphones on to mimic one of those mirror things doctors used to wear back in the day … and we’re gonna diagnose the problem of pod fade.

    Pod-fade is when the honeymoon period of podcasting dies and the effort to produce a show becomes tiresome or monotonous and leaves you with a feeling of wanting to take a break or stopping your show entirely. Most likely taking a break with the ambition to bring it back.

    Some symptoms:


    Organising guests or co-host timing to record
    Editing your episodes yourself when they are longer than 30 minutes
    Not keeping up with posting content to let people know about your podcast
    Running out of ideas to talk about
    A lack of motivation about a drop in numbers or a low number of listeners tuning in consistently throughout.

    Some tactics to avoid pod-fade:


    Batch record your episodes
    Keep your episode length to a manageable length
    Hire an editor to edit your show
    Utilise seasons
    Have someone create your social media content
    Change up the format over time
    Develop a system that makes it as easy as possible to produce your show.

    So let’s take that burden off our shoulders and work out a way to overcome that dreaded pod-fade and ensure we make it a great experience for ourselves as hosts, just as much as we strive to do for our listeners.

    To find more information about this podcast or connect with Frank, head to:

    brandmypodcast.com

    Instagram.com/gdayfrank


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    • 16 min
    EP18 - Bring your personality to your podcast

    EP18 - Bring your personality to your podcast

    In this episode, we’re focused on bringing your personality to the microphone when it comes to producing a unique podcast. Because as the name of this show suggests, we want to brand your podcast and one way to do so is to make yourself that star of the show.

    Just like a TV comedy or drama show, there are the reoccurring lead characters. In podcast land, this is you, the host. Guest appearances on a TV show and on your show aren’t what make it unique, otherwise, you’d have them on week after week to make them part of what people tune in for. In addition to this, you have the ability to tell and share your story across your episodes that are revealed like a character’s story arc over the course of a season in that TV show.

    So if you bring your personality to the forefront of your show and share a bit about yourself along the way - be it the stories you tell or the knowledge you share, it adds to the content that your listeners tune in for time and time again. Which just like a business are the touchpoints a listener will remember you for, tell others about and come back for more.

    The best part is that you can do so bit-by-bit over time so that your listeners can also see a progression in your journey as you have this extended period of time with them to connect and engage with them. So that if you start out a little shaky to begin with (especially if this is your first time podcasting), your listeners are going to appreciate your character development and the journey you’ve taken them on to be a more confident and engaging podcast host!

    To find more information about this podcast or connect with Frank, head to:

    brandmypodcast.com

    Instagram.com/gdayfrank


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    • 18 min

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