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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.

Uncommonly More with Stacey Harris: Podcast Strategy and Production Stacey Harris

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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 Often Should You Update Your Podcast Description?

    How Often Should You Update Your Podcast Description?

    This week’s episode is intentionally short, I want you to go right now and check in with your podcast’s description… when’s the last time you even looked at it? 
    If you can’t answer that question today is the day. Listen into this episode as you write your updated podcast description. It’ll be like we’re co-working, just listen along and craft your own updated description.
    If this is helpful, take it a step further by making sure you have access to The Podcast Newsroom to get the episode on what OTHER 3 things I want you to check in on in December. 
    These are the things we review for ourselves, and our clients EVERY December. Make sure your show is ready for 2022!
    Learn more about The Podcast Newsroom at https://uncommonlymore.com/newsroom
    Find the show notes for this episode at https://uncommonlymore.com/how-often-should-you-update-your-podcast-description/

    • 9 min
    How To Deal With A Difficult Podcast Guest

    How To Deal With A Difficult Podcast Guest

    Sometimes it doesn’t go the way you want. You sit down with the best of intentions with an interview and the end product just isn't there… so what do you do next?! 
    That’s what we’re talking about in today’s episode. 
    More importantly, though we’re talking through some preventative measures because that will solve 90% of these problems.
    Find the show notes for this episode at https://uncommonlymore.com/how-to-deal-with-a-difficult-podcast-guest/

    • 16 min
    How Service Based Business Owners Can Use Client Stories to Get Sales

    How Service Based Business Owners Can Use Client Stories to Get Sales

    In September, on The Podcast Newsroom, we talked through three kinds of episodes to create in Q4. Honestly, these episodes are what I want you creating any time of the year, and today we’re digging deeper into my favorite one, client stories. 
    This week we’re going all-in on what these episodes can look like, and even how you can share these stories without sitting down and interviewing your client because that’s not always an option. Make sure you make some space for this because even if you’ve wrapped up your 2021 content, this MUST be on your list for 2022.
    Links Mentioned
    https://theboldleadershiprevolution.com/productize-your-service/ https://uncommonlymore.com/using-your-podcast-as-a-sales-tool-with-racheal-cook/ https://www.janetkafadar.com/podcast/the-real-reason-youre-not-stepping-into-your-coaching-business-ep-40 Find the show notes for this episode at https://uncommonlymore.com/how-service-based-business-owners-can-use-client-stories-to-get-sales/

    • 16 min
    The Podcast Mistake That Hurts Your Listener and Costs You Sales

    The Podcast Mistake That Hurts Your Listener and Costs You Sales

    As I mentioned last week, this week’s episode is all about those Pre-Production Strategy sessions we had in September. You see, there was ONE thing that came up on every single conversation and it’s so important that we’re dedicating a whole episode to this conversation. 
    This mistake is the one I see costing podcasters sales, and honestly, that lack of results is what feeds the podcast burnout, so I would argue that this mistake ends more podcasts than it should.
    Listen in and get ready to take action because this conversation is all around how you’re positioning your sales in your podcast episodes and why it’s not only bad for business but a massive disservice to your listeners.
    As I mentioned in the podcast - I am opening a few more of these spots this month and I do have a few left, so I’d LOVE to sit down and have a no strings attached chat about your podcast, your business, and your best next steps. 
    Pre-Production Strategy
    Find the show notes for this episode at https://uncommonlymore.com/the-podcast-mistake-that-hurts-your-listener-and-costs-you-sales/
     

    • 11 min
    How Many Downloads Per Episode Should Your Podcast Have?

    How Many Downloads Per Episode Should Your Podcast Have?

    Have you listened to this week's podcast yet?

    This week we're digging into download numbers, I'm sharing some real-life actual numbers so you can, just this once, compare your show to others.

    I'm also being REALLY honest about why I don't want you to keep asking me what download numbers you "should" be getting, and what I want you to measure instead. So make sure you listen because this one is a hot one.
    Podcast Business Journal
    Buzzsprout Podcast Stats
    Riverside.fm
    Find the show notes for this episode at https://uncommonlymore.com/how-many-downloads-per-episode-should-your-podcast-have/

    • 21 min
    Listen to This if You're Feeling Burned Out By Your Podcast

    Listen to This if You're Feeling Burned Out By Your Podcast

    If you are feeling frustrated or burned out with your podcast and ready to chuck it all, I want you to hit the pause button, hit the pause button. Not the delete button, the pause button. And I want to talk through some things to consider when looking at getting support for your podcast. Whether that's a podcast manager or producer and editor, whatever, I want to dig into that today. We're going to talk about signs you're ready for, but also how to evaluate and decide on what support you want or need right now. So let's get into it.

    • 21 min

Customer Reviews

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55 Ratings

55 Ratings

EricaBushwell ,

Awesome podcast!

Stacey, host of the Uncommonly More podcast, highlights all aspects of business, growth and more in this can’t miss podcast! The host and expert guests offer insightful advice and information that is helpful to anyone that listens!

Shannon_Baker ,

Real and Practical Advice

I love that Stacey is so honest with her marketing tips! This has really helped me have more success because I market based on my goals instead of the cookie cutter tips most people share. Thanks for the hard facts and the laughs you provide in every episode!

Jessi Honard ,

Incredible, no-BS marketing advice

Stacey tells it like it is. She gives you real marketing advice that cuts through the noise and is actionable and effective. I love listening to her episodes and always come away with something concrete to implement.

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