Email lists aren’t just for marketing. They provide a direct and highly actionable connection with your audience. I now recommend that all podcasters have an email list, and here’s how you can use it!
Interaction often sets podcasting apart from traditional media. Podcast listeners have learned that hosts are generally responsive and feedback is often included. But do you need to interact in order to have a successful podcast?
Marketers are always talking about the importance of building your email list. Many will even cite their list (usually a very big one) as being the source for millions of dollars in sales. Do you really need an email list for you podcast?
Since I first learned how to podcast, I’ve made my own share of mistakes (we were all newbies at one point). In celebration of my 150th episode, I share my top mistakes, and how you can avoid making the same mistakes, or fix them if you’re too late. Get ready, because this is a long episode!
Successful podcasting isn’t just about what you share in your episodes, but also what makes the entire experience easy, professional, and effective. Check out my ten suggestions for the email addresses and webpages your podcast needs.
There comes a time in every podcaster’s life when he or she wants to start another podcast. These questions and tips will help you determine whether it’s right for you, and how to start well.
Gmail is a fantastic email client, and I highly recommend it for podcasters. I’ll show you how to use Gmail without giving a gmail.com address.
Podcasters don’t have to be perfect, and it’s easy to fix most of our mistakes. But here are thirteen things that you can’t fix later if you don’t get it right when you start podcasting. Most of these apply to blogs, too.