The good, the bad, and the ugly about the platform that reaches millions
Have you ever thought about starting a podcast, only to later question if you have what it takes (time, energy, experience, expertise) to do it?
If this sounds anything like you, then read on my friend--because I’m about to share the honest-to-God TRUTH about how I feel about podcasting, and my personal experience creating hundreds of episodes of Online Marketing Made Easy.
And even if you haven’t considered starting a podcast, here’s why you should tune in:
The podcast industry has absolutely blown up in the past few years, and with that, so have listeners. Fifty-five percent of people in the United States listen to podcasts–that’s up 51% from 2019!
I’m no mathematician, but I do know that’s a BIG increase in listenership, and an even BIGGER opportunity to target (and reach) your audience.
But… just because podcasts are getting a lot of traction, does that mean that it’s the right platform for you? My hope is that this episode helps you to figure that out.
In it, I’ll break down:
What I absolutely love about podcasting and how it can help you to grow your online business, too My top 3 takeaways from creating hundreds of episodes of Online Marketing Made Easy The biggest struggles that I have had along the way, and what to consider before getting started What has made the countless Bulletproof coffee-fueled nights all worth it For those of you that have been with me for a while, you know that the Online Marketing Made Easy podcast has been a true labor of love--and for that reason, I am especially excited to share this episode with you.
Plus, just to make things extra fun, I’ve created a free quiz that you can take to get a curated Online Marketing Made Easy playlist that is specific to where you are on your entrepreneurial journey.
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