Stacey Harris is CEO of podcast production agency, Uncommonly More. Each week Stacey shares actionable strategies you can use to grow your business with your podcast. Meaning you’re not just looking to get more listeners, but clients.
She’ll share strategies, support, and inspiration on navigating your podcast to-do list, and getting better results from your show.
How to Get Better Results from Your Podcast Team
Is it still feeling hard to get your podcast out into the world?
Does your process or team flow just feel off?
We hear you - and have GOOD NEWS.
Improving your production flow (which is what we call these steps it takes to edit, create show notes, post your show, etc.) is one of the easiest areas of your podcast to work on.
Whether you are DIYing it, have a VA or freelancer helping, or have hired out a team/agency like us, there are TWO areas you can look at to make simple, but effective changes.
We’re laying them out in this week’s quick podcast episode.
Find the show notes for this episode at https://uncommonlymore.com/how-to-get-better-results-from-your-podcast-team/
Your Process is the Problem
We’re pretty sure we’re going to get some pushback on this week’s podcast episode.
Because we’re calling us all out on our BS around our podcasting processes.
The truth is, so, so, so often clients come to us TIRED of making their podcast. And almost always, the issue is the process of how they are making it.
And let us just say this right now - not having a process IS A PROCESS.
And no, having a process won’t mess up your creativity or box you in, trust us on this one, we have the privilege of working with some amazingly creative people and tightening up their process has actually INCREASED their creativity (seriously, this is their words, not ours).
The reality is, our processes are what affect our feelings towards what we are working on.
And often there are just 3 key areas or changes we need to make to really make our process feel good.
We’re telling you these 3 areas (along with some other bonuses) in this week’s show. If you’re feeling even a little worn out or stuck, this one’s for you.
Find the show notes for this episode at https://uncommonlymore.com/your-process-is-the-problem/
The Most Important Thing Standing Between You And Podcast Success
Do you know what’s standing between you and podcast success?
No, it’s not releasing more shows (or more consistent shows - although yes, Love, that would help).
It’s knowing the PURPOSE of your show.
Why are you making it and why should we listen?
Knowing the answer to this question IS THE SOLUTION to having a successful show.
Trust me on this one, I’m doing what I preach over here.
When we have a purpose, it’s easier to do the boring, uncomfortable, repetitive tasks that get us towards our bigger purpose.
And no, this isn’t the same as your “Why”.
It’s more granular. It’s more in the weeds and practical - I’m talking about numbers, leads, lists, growth - what’s the reason (AKS PURPOSE) you have this show?
If you aren’t sure what your show’s purpose is, or if you still aren’t sold this is really the key to success (it is), tune into this week’s episode for a little fun.
Find the show notes for this episode at https://uncommonlymore.com/the-most-important-thing-standing-between-you-and-podcast-success/
What Working With Uncommonly More Looks Like
Are you SUPER clear on what services you offer your clients?
We’ve been busy REFINING our options over the past year or so and we are amped to share them with you in a new way this week on the podcast.
A lot has changed for us here at Uncommonly More and we’re honestly just so excited to share what we have for you on the show.
Tune in to hear more and take away some tidbits for how you can work with your clients too.
Find the show notes for this episode at https://uncommonlymore.com/what-working-with-uncommonly-more-looks-like/
When It's Time to Get Professional Support With Your Podcast
Are you sick of the DIY thing?
I hear this so often with our podcast production clients.
They came to us at Uncommonly More because, honestly, they just couldn’t do it anymore.
Between the recording, editing, making show notes, sharing the word on email or social media, and/or coordinating with guests, they were reaching the end of their ropes.
PLUS, they were falling behind on recording or not putting out shows they were totally proud of, or even wanting to give up because they felt they had no strategy or reason to keep recording.
If this is you, I GET IT.
And there is hope.
In fact, I’m going to make it really easy for you to know when it’s time to get some help with your podcast (and the truth is, you probably already know deep down).
I’m laying it all out in a few questions you need to answer in order to know if it’s time for you to get some podcasting support. It’s all in this week’s episode (which, very intentionally, I get help with).
Find the show notes for this episode at https://uncommonlymore.com/when-its-time-to-get-professional-support-with-your-podcast/
3 Ways To Improve Your Sound Without Upgrading Your Mic
Do you wish your sound quality was better on your podcast or Zoom meetings?
Do you think that a new, shiny mic is the answer to that problem?
I’m here to suggest that a mic is not what needs to be adjusted.
Don’t run out and throw money at a “solution” (aka a new mic) that might not actually fix anything.
Instead, there are 3 changes we can make (simply and with what we already have - and I promise, they aren’t super techy) that can SIGNIFICANTLY improve your sound quality.
Find the show notes for this episode at - https://uncommonlymore.com/3-ways-to-improve-your-sound-without-upgrading-your-mic/