100 episodes

Every single change in human history can be traced back to a point where a speech changed enough people's minds to make a difference. With the technology today, people's attention span and the ability to connect with someone through their auditory sense, no other platform can compete with podcasting. Here is why (and why not) ...

Did you ever ask, "How do I know if I should create a podcast?" Or, "What ROI will I achieve with a podcast?" And, "Will a podcast save me money and time?" Then this podcast is for you ...

This show explores the stories and experiences of entrepreneurs and artists that have created a podcast. Their journey and where they have made their mistakes. We highlight their successes and talk about their learning curves. We also get into conversations about when podcasting hasn't worked.

If you are thinking about creating a podcast, or have started one and looking to improve by learning from other people's mistakes - this is for you!

Should I Start A Podcast Ronsley Seriojo Vaz

    • Marketing
    • 4.7, 19 Ratings

Every single change in human history can be traced back to a point where a speech changed enough people's minds to make a difference. With the technology today, people's attention span and the ability to connect with someone through their auditory sense, no other platform can compete with podcasting. Here is why (and why not) ...

Did you ever ask, "How do I know if I should create a podcast?" Or, "What ROI will I achieve with a podcast?" And, "Will a podcast save me money and time?" Then this podcast is for you ...

This show explores the stories and experiences of entrepreneurs and artists that have created a podcast. Their journey and where they have made their mistakes. We highlight their successes and talk about their learning curves. We also get into conversations about when podcasting hasn't worked.

If you are thinking about creating a podcast, or have started one and looking to improve by learning from other people's mistakes - this is for you!

    214. The Pyramid of Progression: The Ideal Frequency

    214. The Pyramid of Progression: The Ideal Frequency

    Starting a podcast can be daunting, but clearly defining what success means to you can become one of the best tools you have when it comes to growing your show.  
    Welcome to Should I Start A Podcast. Each week Ronsley Vaz, with the help of a star-studded entrepreneurial guest lineup, explores why you should start a podcast and build an audience, and how to keep them hungry for more. If you’re thinking about starting a podcast or simply finding a better way to get your message out to your audience, then this is the podcast for you.
    Today, we’re spoiling you with yet another snippet from our We Are Podcast 6-week Launch Accelerator Course. Although this intensive program is usually only available to registered attendees of WAP, we’ve decided this information was too valuable to hide away from the masses.
    We’re going to be eavesdropping on this exclusive conversation with Ronsley, which pairs up nicely with the previous launch accelerator sneak peek, Shaping Your Definition of Success. This time around, he presents an overview of exactly how to shape your definition of success by using the Pyramid of Progression.
    If you’re new to podcasting, this is a fantastic tool for creating and launching a successful show- the right way.
     
    Also in this sneak peek: What do you want your movement to be about? What is your ideal frequency? Introducing the Pyramid of Progression De-constructing the revenue scale Why it’s so important to take one step at a time  
    To register for We Are Podcast House Sessions 2.0 this September, go to wearepodcast.com

    • 7 min
    213. How To Create a Valuable Podcast That Reaches The Right People with Espree Devora

    213. How To Create a Valuable Podcast That Reaches The Right People with Espree Devora

    If you’re thinking about starting a podcast, or already have one in the mix, standing out of the crowd or reaching the right kind of listeners isn't always easy. Sometimes we just need to firmly establish our ‘why’ and prioritise our audience. 
    Welcome to Should I Start A Podcast,  where each week Ronsley Vaz, with the help of a star-studded entrepreneurial guest lineup, explores why you should start a podcast; build an audience, and how to keep them hungry for more.
    If you’re thinking about starting a podcast or simply looking for a better way to get your message out to your audience, then this is the podcast for you.
    In this episode, Ronsley is getting the lowdown on podcast best practices, with “The Girl who Gets it Done,” Espree Devora. Like so many podcasters, Espree is a creative. In fact, she seems to have been born with a perfect mix of entrepreneurial and creative genes. 
    At age 14, Espree created a scuba diving retail shop, which eventually transitioned into a digital media company, ZexSports. 
    Fast forward to now, and you’ll find Espree working around the world, providing education, networking opportunities and guidance surrounding tech and startups, to help others follow their dreams.
    Espree is also the host of two Award Winning Tech Podcasts; WeAreLATech and Women in Tech. As you can imagine, they’re very niche topics to take on, but she has hit the ground running, and unabashedly smashed iTunes rankings along the way.
    The We are LA Tech podcast acts as a hub for entrepreneurs within the Silicon Beach community, and helps people to connect to useful resources. In recent years, it has been likened to a virtual tourist office for LA Startups. 
    The Women In Tech Show is all about sharing women’s stories on how they got to where they are today. The show’s sole purpose is for every listener to walk away feeling 'If She Can Do It So Can I'. 
    In this conversation, the pair get right into the nitty-gritty details about finding your purpose before you start a podcast. They touch upon how to choose the best podcast name and why you need to create your own rules to get what you really want.
     
    Also in this episode: The reason why Espree started a podcast Why you shouldn’t strive to be everything to everybody How to find an awesome name for your podcast Why you need to celebrate your wins and stand out The importance of role models How to take charge of your podcasting destiny Why you need to create a community to boost your podcast game  
    Links:
    Espree Devora Website
    Espree Devora Instagram
    Espree Devora Twitter
    Women in Tech Podcast 
    We Are LA Tech Podcast

    • 34 min
    212. The Power of Picking the Right Fight

    212. The Power of Picking the Right Fight

    Podcasters have the platform to create impactful movements and make a real change in this world. It’s just a question of taking a few simple steps. 
    Welcome to Should I Start A Podcast. Each week Ronsley Vaz, with the help of a star-studded entrepreneurial guest lineup, explores why you should start a podcast and build an audience, and how to keep them hungry for more. If you’re thinking about starting a podcast, or simply finding a better way to get your message out to your audience, then this is the podcast for you.
    This episode features an awesome snapshot from our We Are Podcast Growth Accelerator Course. Although this intensive program is usually only available to registered attendees of our We Are Podcast conference and House Sessions, we decided this information was too valuable to keep to ourselves.
    In this eye-opening segment, Ronsley breaks down how any podcaster has the influence to create the right kind of movement. He also briefly dissects why encouraging connection is key for creating an impact, and how podcasting allows you to encourage clarity for those more difficult conversations.  
    This short snippet invites you to get a taste for how informative and useful our WAP House Sessions and courses have been. So take a few minutes and let Ronsley guide you through growing your podcast.
     
    Also In This Sneak Peek:
    How to create an impact with your podcast The power of picking the right fight  Why you shouldn’t shy away from becoming a ‘hub’ The 4 steps to creating your movement Why you should have the conversations no one wants to touch Why you need to establish your systems
    If you enjoyed this episode, you’re going to want to check out our We Are Podcast House Sessions 2.0. You’ll get more of these great podcasting courses, as well as all the tools you need to launch your podcast, grow your audience and everything in between.  Register here while spots are still available!

    • 10 min
    211. Shaping Your Definition of Success

    211. Shaping Your Definition of Success

    Launching a podcast is a very personal journey. Having a safe place to practice is the most important thing to build confidence.
    Welcome to Should I Start A Podcast. Each week Ronsley Vaz, with the help of a star-studded entrepreneurial guest lineup, explores why you should start a podcast and build an audience, and how to keep them hungry for more. If you’re thinking about starting a podcast, or simply finding a better way to get your message out to your audience, then this is the podcast for you.
    This episode features a very special snippet from our We Are Podcast 6-week Launch Accelerator Course. Although this intensive program is usually only available to registered attendees of WAP, we decided this information was too valuable to keep to ourselves.
    In this short and sweet little segment, Ronsley discusses the importance of confidence when it comes to launching your podcast, how to shape your definition of success, and why you should rely strongly on your imagination. 
    This sneak peek should give you an idea of how informative and useful our WAP House Sessions and courses have been. So take a few minutes and let Ronsley guide you through the beginning stages of the launch process.
     
    Also in this sneak peek:
    Why knowing what you stand for builds confidence The importance of strengthening your argument No experience = no imagination Why you should consume a wide variety of podcasts Why you shouldn’t pay attention to the numbers Sustaining your creation
    If you enjoyed this episode, you’re going to want to check out our We Are Podcast House Sessions 2.0. You’ll get more of these great podcasting courses, as well all the tools you need to launch your podcast, grow your audience and everything in between.  Register here while spots are still available!

    • 9 min
    210. Rebroadcast: James Tuckerman on How To Repurpose Your Podcast Content To Enhance Customer Engagement

    210. Rebroadcast: James Tuckerman on How To Repurpose Your Podcast Content To Enhance Customer Engagement

    What can you do in 90 minutes? Watch a movie, have a morning coffee with a friend, maybe have an intense session at the gym? 
    Why not put your time to a different use. Just an hour and a half is all you need to create a wealth of content that could boost your listener engagement and your show.
    Welcome to Should I Start A Podcast, where each week Ronsley Vaz, with the help of a star-studded entrepreneurial guest lineup, explores why you should start a podcast; build an audience, and how to keep them hungry for more. If you’re thinking about starting a podcast, or simply finding a better way to get your message out to your audience, then this is the podcast for you.
    Ladies and gents, we’re going back in time to We Are Podcast Conference 2016. In today’s episode, you’ll hear from an entrepreneur and highly accomplished digital publisher, James Tuckerman. 
    James is known for his wit, candour and excessive knowledge when it comes to business, marketing and creating a valuable podcast. He’s an entrepreneur, public speaker, podcaster, business consultant and coach. 
    In 2003, James launched Anthill, one of Australia’s largest online communities and in-print magazines for entrepreneurs, business builders and innovators. By 2009, James and the Anthill team announced that the magazine would no longer be producing an in-print magazine, but instead go fully digital. Since then, his business has grown exponentially and the awards and accolades have stacked up. 
    Never one to slow down, James also created Not So Freaky University, the safe space to debunk and simplify the sometimes confusing world of business. 
    Today, James is talking to us about repurposing content to enhance customer engagement. He breaks down the ultimate processes he uses to create between 5-15 items of content with just 90 minutes of his time, while honing in on how you can address the burning pain points your ideal listeners have. 
     
    Also in this episode:
    How a $900 investment landed a $43,000 win How James turned an angry rant into a successful podcast How 90 minutes of you time can become 5-15 pieces of valuable content The reason why you should be transcribing all of your audio Why outsourcing tasks to freelancers is more budget-friendly than you think Why coming to grips with your commercial goals will get those transactions  
    Links:
    Website
    James Tuckerman – LinkedIn
    James Tuckerman – Facebook
    James Tuckerman – Twitter
    Not So Freaky – Instagram
    Anthill Magazine – Instagram

    • 34 min
    209. How To Find Opportunity and Successfully Market Your Brand In a Changing World

    209. How To Find Opportunity and Successfully Market Your Brand In a Changing World

    The world has changed so drastically that business owners and podcasters are struggling to navigate this new climate. But, what if you were able to seize this moment, and convert it into a game-changing opportunity- not only for you but also for those who need help the most?
     
    Welcome to Should I Start A Podcast,   
    where each week Ronsley Vaz, with the help of a star-studded entrepreneurial guest lineup, explores why you should start a podcast; build an audience, and how to keep them hungry for more.
     
    If you’re thinking about starting a podcast or simply looking for a better way to get your message out to your audience, then this is the podcast for you.
     
    This week, Ronsley talks about marketing strategies during a pandemic, with the marketing queen herself, Steph Taylor. If you know Steph’s hugely successful podcast, “Socialette,” then you will know precisely why we called her in. 
     
    Steph is the vibrant entrepreneur that is taking the online marketing world to a new level. She is the founder of StephTaylor.com, the Go-To space for online entrepreneurs. Steph provides some authoritative guidance when it comes to launching (or even relaunching) podcasts, online courses, memberships, digital products and more. 
     
    Previously, Steph was the founder of Wildbloom Creative, the wellness marketing consultancy that helps good brands stand out. She was also the founder of SugarFree Box, the successful Australian health food subscription box. 
     
    In this episode, Ronsley and Steph explore how you can switch up your marketing tactics so that you’re sending out the right kind of messaging. 
    They look at why people have entirely different motivations now, and how you can contend with inevitable objections. 



    Also in this episode:
     
    How life has been like for Steph during the pandemic Why Steph is generating five podcast episodes a week How you can educate people on the value of paying for your services and products Why your FAQs page should be a must-have on your website How you can gain perspective and find opportunity in the current climate The fear of failure and how you turn that around Links:
    Steph Taylor Website
    Steph Taylor: LinkedIn

    Steph Taylor: Instagram
    ‘Socialette’ Podcast
    6 Signs You Should Launch a Digital Product In Your Business

    • 25 min

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