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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

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!

    The Right Recording Set-Up

    The Right Recording Set-Up

    So you’ve decided to start a podcast. In a perfect world, we’d all be able to afford the top-notch gear and sit in our recording studios to record an episode. But sadly, that’s just not the case for most of us. So what are our other options?
    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.
    This quick little clip is all about the technical stuff you should think about before recording your first episode. First off, Ronsley answers the most frequent question he hears: “What mic do I need?” Then he gets into what all the factors that affect the answer. 
    This is an excellent intro to the audio do’s and don’t for newbie podcasters. We don’t get too technical here, just some simple things to think about. Ronsley wants to make the process as simple as possible for you. The important thing is to get started on your podcast. And you don’t have to have a Dr Dre-esque studio to do it.
    Other great info in this episode:
    What mic should you buy?  Why you need more than a webcam mic What makes a uni-directional mic different? The responsibility of a podcaster Squadcast and why it’s so cool
    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!

    • 8 Min.
    227. Identifying Areas For Growth

    227. Identifying Areas For Growth

    As a podcaster, you want your show to grow. So, you try all the tactics, splurge on marketing, and still reach a point where nothing is happening. But here’s the thing about growth- there’s almost always a roadblock. And usually, it starts with you.
    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.
    In this episode we’re diving back into our We Are Podcast Growth Accelerator Program, a course designed by Ronsley to help attendees grow their podcast in just six weeks. 
    In this bite-sized episode, Ronsley touches on recognising the areas you can build upon, to grow within your podcast. Also, how to get over the most difficult podcast roadblock.
    If you want to map out a concrete plan and take the next steps towards growing your show, then this segment is for you. Tune in, and within minutes you’ll have an effective strategy right at your fingertips. 
    Grab a pen and paper for this one; we’ve got some work for you to do!
    Also in this segment: Breaking down how to improve for growth Who is in your distribution network? How We Are Podcast uses affiliates Why you can’t get the magic growth formula Where is the roadblock really? 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!

    • 8 Min.
    226. The Importance of a Call to Action

    226. The Importance of a Call to Action

    What’s your Call to Action in your podcast? How does it add value to your show? Does it convert your listeners to clients or customers?
     
    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 fun, little info-packed segment, Ronsley discusses the importance of finding the right brands to add value to your podcast. He also breakdowns the almighty Call to Action. He explains why it’s so incredibly important for your show, and your brand.
    If you haven’t put much thought into your Call to Action before, this segment will definitely open your eyes to its possibilities. Take a few minutes to listen to podcast expert Ronsley dissect this crucial branding element. 
    Also in this segment:
    What brands add value to We Are Podcast How does a brand add value? Why entertainment should always be a priority in your podcast How do you take your listeners to the next step? Is your Call to Action easily consumable?
    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!

    • 7 Min.
    225. Mathew Passy on Podcasting Your Passion

    225. Mathew Passy on Podcasting Your Passion

    Every new podcaster wants to know how to boost their engagement. The answer is a lot simpler than you think. Engagement comes easy when it’s coming from a place of passion. If you’re faking it, your listeners will see through it.
    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.
    Mathew Passy has been podcasting since before podcasts were a “thing”.
    After a start in broadcasting 15 years ago, Mathew’s career evolved into podcasting. He’s worked in production for major organisations like The Wall Street Journal and individual clients all over the United States. His first podcasting experience began like the storyline from a binge-worthy TV show. The radio station newsroom that Mathew was working in at the time needed a way to transition into the digital world. He suggested converting the early news segment into a podcast. It worked, and it’s still going strong to this day. 
    From then on, Mathew worked his magic in the podcasting world. He had his hand in hosting and producing massively popular shows like Tech News Briefing and Your Money Matters. He eventually used his passion to create his very own show, the PodUp Podcast, which gave an inside look at the industry. 
    Mathew is now the host of Podcast Me Anything. It’s a question and answers formatted show, where listeners can get all of their burning podcast queries answered once and for all. Besides being the connoisseur of podcast hosting, Mathew also runs his own business. The Podcast Consultant is a one-stop-shop for podcast hosts. Mathew runs audits on their shows, telling them what areas need tweaking and what areas are killing it.
    In this episode, Ronsley, Kaili and Mathew get into what makes you an “expert”. Mathew tells us the things that he thinks newbies should be aware of. And he also gets into his biggest point about podcasting. In order to be authentic, you absolutely have to have a genuine passion for what you’re talking about.
    Also within this episode:
    The complicated production process of early podcasts How Mathew uses his radio experience in podcasting Why you can start a podcast for basically any reason, as long as you’re passionate about it The magic of affiliate links How a podcast can give your business credibility  How to stand out in a crowded niche The process of a podcast audit Why you should always lead with value in marketing The 3 things Mathew recommends for interviewing Links:
    Mathew on LinkedIn
    Mathew on Twitter
    Mathew on Instagram
    The Podcast Consultant
    Podcast Me Anything
    Causepods

    • 42 Min.
    224. Steph Taylor on Coming to Terms With Your Worth

    224. Steph Taylor on Coming to Terms With Your Worth

    Even once we’ve beaten the odds and become successful, doubt can come creeping in. It’s ok to feel not good enough, as long as you push through that. Success isn’t a magic wand that zaps all your insecurities away. Coming to terms with your worth is an ongoing process.
    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.
    Steph Taylor knows what she’s doing.
    But she didn’t always. Like most entrepreneurs, Steph kind of made it up as she went along. 
    She founded StephTaylor.co after her first business just didn’t pan out the way she expected it to. StephTaylor.co is a virtual hub that helps online entrepreneurs launch and relaunch their online courses, memberships, digital products and podcasts. 
    And it turned out she was really amazing at creating businesses. And she was really amazing at showing other people how to do the same. But even with all this massive success, she still had that nagging little voice in the back of her head telling her she wasn’t good enough. The voice would shake her sense of worth, even if she knew better. In fact, she still has to tell that same voice to shut up, even today.
    Today's episode is Part 2 of Steph and Ronsley’s mic switch-up. To celebrate 300 episodes of Steph's podcast "Socialette", Steph asked our very own Ronsley, to interview her on her show. In the second part of their conversation, Steph tells us all about her marketing concepts. They are completely unique to her strengths. She also touches on tracking your social media returns and why she always leaves lots of white on her calendar. Take a listen to the conclusion of this fun interview.
    Other snippets in this episode:
    Why Steph never felt like she was good enough Why the word “qualification” is meaningless What coming to terms with her own self worth looks like to Steph Steph’s superpower, according to Ronsley The reality of Imposter Syndrome Why marketing is all about perspective Why Steph will probably always do her own Facebook ads What Steph envisions for her future Links:
    Steph's Website – Stephtaylor.co
    Steph's Facebook - @stephtaylor.co
    Steph’s Instagram - stephtaylor.co
    Steph's LinkedIn
    Listen to The Socialette Podcast here
    Mike Cannon-Brookes TEDx Talk - How You Can Use Imposter Syndrome to Your Benefit

    • 24 Min.
    223. Steph Taylor on Contending With Failure

    223. Steph Taylor on Contending With Failure

    Have you ever started a project and it just didn't work out the way you planned? How did that feel? Our podcasts and businesses are our babies. If the time should come to change direction or call it quits, how do you stop yourself from feeling the sting of failure?
    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.
    Steph Taylor is a podcast superstar and launch strategy queen.
    One day Steph gave up sugar. It seemed like a good idea at the time. But, what she quickly found out was there weren't many tasty treats for people like her. That's when she had a fantastic business idea. Steph developed SugarFree Box, the Australian health food subscription box. As a solopreneur, she did everything herself. Handpicking products, packing up hundreds of orders, and shipping them off for customers to enjoy. Even though the business was gaining traction, it became clear that it just wasn't sustainable. 
    Steph's new apartment was essentially her warehouse. She didn't have the funds to outsource tasks. And worse still, all that work was wreaking havoc on her health. It was time to call it quits. That sense of failure was something she would have to come to terms with.
    Today, Steph is taking the online marketing space by storm. She is the founder of StephTaylor.co. It's a virtual hub that helps online entrepreneurs launch and relaunch their online courses, memberships, digital products and podcasts. Her goal is to help people have a more significant outreach, grow their impact, create more profit, and have more freedom in their businesses and their lives. 
    In today's episode, we're switching things up. To celebrate 300 episodes of Steph's podcast "Socialette", she asked our very own Ronsley, to interview her on her show. Socialette is a bite-sized online marketing show for business owners. It's chock full of memorable guests and marketing golden nuggets. 
    Steph may have been nervous in this interview, but she totally nailed it. She gave us some insight into her entrepreneurial journey and her new life as a fully-fledged podcaster. 
    Ronsley and Steph talk about podcast introduction etiquette and the stark realities of entrepreneurship. They look at the psychological workings of an entrepreneur and why sometimes it's often best to let some things go. 
    Other snippets in this episode:
    Why Steph feels vulnerable being interviewed in front of her listeners The welcome process and why you need to make an excellent first podcast impression How would Steph introduce herself at a BBQ? What the entrepreneurial identity means to Steph Steph's first business how it all started How Ronsley and Steph met Steph's first proper job How Google saved Steph's career Why Steph still loves journaling Links:
    Steph's Website – Stephtaylor.co
    Steph's Facebook - @stephtaylor.co
    Steph’s Instagram - stephtaylor.co
    Steph's LinkedIn
    Listen to The Socialette Podcast here

    • 30 Min.

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