41 min

What to Do When You‘re Not Getting The Results You‘re Expecting With Your Podcast, with Chris Bruno Audience Coach | Build Your Audience as a Health and Wellness Coach

    • Marketing

Do you have a podcast show and it somehow does not get the results you wanted? What could you do? What should be your thought process? Up to what point do you do course correction and when is it time to start over with a new project? Digital marketing expert and podcast host Chris Bruno tells us more about his decision to end his podcast (after 160 episodes!) and start a new project from scratch. There is an emotional attachment involved when building your own podcast show and connecting with your audience. It’s not easy to let go of a show you’ve invested in. So, how do you make this major business decision?


 


In this episode you’ll learn:


Chris talks about how started his own agency and his various projects

Signs that tell you to adjust your strategy or create a new project from scratch

Pivoting his podcast show from digital marketing to blockchain

Looking at your podcast as a thermometer to assess what’s going on

The value of a podcast show goes beyond its money making potential

Deciding between rebranding the show and starting from scratch again

You can’t predict what’s going to happen in a dynamic environment

Setting aside your emotional attachment when you need to make business decisions

Tips for those thinking about pivoting or rebranding


 


Links:


Chris Bruno's Old Podcast - All About Digital Marketing

All About Digital Marketing - Twitter

Social INK - Twitter


 


 


Related episodes:


How to Build a True Connection with Your Audience by Being Authentic with George Kao

How To Get and Use Audience Feedback to Improve Your Content and Programs, with Kathleen LeGrys

The 3 Best Ways to Build an Audience With Content, with Joe Pulizzi


 


Get access to our FREE Course: Podcast Mindset for Health and Wellness Coaches. Learn how to get the right mindset to start your own podcast now! Click here to enroll right away!


Check all the FREE and paid resources we have for every new podcaster in our Resources page.

Do you have a podcast show and it somehow does not get the results you wanted? What could you do? What should be your thought process? Up to what point do you do course correction and when is it time to start over with a new project? Digital marketing expert and podcast host Chris Bruno tells us more about his decision to end his podcast (after 160 episodes!) and start a new project from scratch. There is an emotional attachment involved when building your own podcast show and connecting with your audience. It’s not easy to let go of a show you’ve invested in. So, how do you make this major business decision?


 


In this episode you’ll learn:


Chris talks about how started his own agency and his various projects

Signs that tell you to adjust your strategy or create a new project from scratch

Pivoting his podcast show from digital marketing to blockchain

Looking at your podcast as a thermometer to assess what’s going on

The value of a podcast show goes beyond its money making potential

Deciding between rebranding the show and starting from scratch again

You can’t predict what’s going to happen in a dynamic environment

Setting aside your emotional attachment when you need to make business decisions

Tips for those thinking about pivoting or rebranding


 


Links:


Chris Bruno's Old Podcast - All About Digital Marketing

All About Digital Marketing - Twitter

Social INK - Twitter


 


 


Related episodes:


How to Build a True Connection with Your Audience by Being Authentic with George Kao

How To Get and Use Audience Feedback to Improve Your Content and Programs, with Kathleen LeGrys

The 3 Best Ways to Build an Audience With Content, with Joe Pulizzi


 


Get access to our FREE Course: Podcast Mindset for Health and Wellness Coaches. Learn how to get the right mindset to start your own podcast now! Click here to enroll right away!


Check all the FREE and paid resources we have for every new podcaster in our Resources page.

41 min