I was on the Health Coach Conversations Podcast

I had the pleasure of going on the Health Coach Conversations. We discussed a number of topics, including:

  • Demonstrating expertise in a convenient yet personal way
  • Why coaches should consider a “mini podcast” style for their show
  • The top 5 ways to make money with your podcast
  • The question you need to answer when starting your podcast
  • Joe’s quick tips on how to start a podcast
  • How to offer a call to action during your episodes


Make Your Podcast Stand Out to Advertisers in a Recession

With financial gurus and politicians now fully admitting we’re in a recession, we’re starting to see the economic ramifications for advertisers that get their budgets slashed.

Of course, if you’re a podcaster, that may worry you. How can you land sponsors when there’s less money to go around? There are a few ways to make your podcast stand out for advertisers (even if you don’t have a lot of downloads). 

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TikTok gets into Podcasting

For my latest article at The Podcast Host, I talk about TikTok’s potential move into podcasting and what it could mean for podcasters:

TikTok is one of, if not the, best social network for discovering new content. The videos they recommend to people are finely tuned by a very smart algorithm (perhaps a little too smart). As an elder millennial who’s used to seeing content only from the people I chose to follow, TikTok scared and confused me.

What Continuity Camera Means for Podcasters

My latest piece for The Podcast Host is up and in it, I explore using the iPhone as a native Webcam further. I also dive into what this could mean for podcasters, as video podcasting becomes increasingly popular.

If you create content that will eventually move to a video-forward platform, having a good camera is important. For most people, their iPhone is their best camera.

In fact, Apple first introduced 4K video in their iPhone 6 line, all the way back in 2015!

As a podcaster, you can start integrating good videos into your recording process without having to spend a ton of money on a fancy 4K camera.

Podcasters Poised to Benefit from YouTube

My latest piece for The Podcast Host is up, and it’s all about how YouTube has rolled out their Podcasts page:

We can see from that leaked presentation that YouTube plans to leverage two things it’s very good at for podcasters: monetization and analytics. 

If your podcast is on YouTube, there could be an opportunity to monetize through ads, memberships, or their “Super” features, which allow direct donations. For podcasters who have trouble monetizing through other methods, this could be a big boon.