You need to make it easy for people to share your content. That means setting up your website in a clear and accessible manner.
Creating shareable content will intrigue potential new listeners, as well as serve your existing audience.
Why you need to make sure you’ve done the groundwork before trying to build an audience.
Growing your podcast audience can require a degree of patience. It takes time to build a dedicated following around your content.
Each day, more artists and business people grow their audience through social networking. Facebook is among the greatest of social networks, despite all the cute cat pictures, so I wanted to look into how to use it in Podcasting. Before we jump in, remember to check out our main article on how to promote your podcast
Last time I covered how to use a podcast to promote a product. Today, I’m going to focus strictly on promoting books and music with your podcast. Those are also products, of course, but there are unique challenges with artistic content. There are also unique opportunities. Time Consuming Promotion Over a seven year period, I wrote
There are over one billion podcast subscriptions in iTunes. Since podcasts have become so popular, they are perfect for promoting services and products. Throw in some social networking, and you’ll be gaining new customers in no time. Most podcasts are free, and yours should be, too. Charge Nothing to Make Money Entrepreneurs find the concept
Many people turn to podcasting as a part of their marketing plan to promote a service or product. And it’s no wonder: it’s hugely effective. Let’s find out why. Difficult Ease: A Plethora of Competition In this age of ever-increasing information and technical advancements, is it simultaneously easier and harder than ever to get your product