As you start to pursue sponsors, especially those you don’t have a personal relationship with, you will surely be asked for more information. A great way to convey that information, as well a look professional, organized, and ready to accept sponsors, is a pitch deck (or a sponsor deck). Today, let’s look at what a pitch deck is, what it includes, and how to make one.
Now that iOS 16 is out, and macOS Ventura is right around the corner, I decided to install the macOS Beta and take the new Continuity Camera features for a spin.
If you’re curious about using your iPhone as a webcam without 3rd party apps, check out this video.
Today I want to talk to you about DAI, or Dynamic Ad Insertion. DAI is a way for you to automatically insert ads (or any audio clip) into your already produced podcast episodes. Let’s dive into how exactly it works, how you can get started, and what indie podcasters should use it for.
You need a mini podcast — and here’s why. Learn how to get started and how to make money through mini podcasting.
I wanna share with you some fantastic advice my 5-year-old daughter gave me today about podcasting we were driving her to school. See, someone cut me off, which lead me to mutter under my breath. When she asked what I was doing, I said I was talking to nobody. And she said, “If you’re talking to nobody, why talk at all?”
YouTube has officially rolled out their Podcasts area, which means you NEED to get your podcast on YouTube. Today, I’m going to show you how YouTube got one of my episodes 80% more views, then how to create a simple video for your audio-only podcast using Descript.
It’s finally happened! After months of speculation and leaked slide decks, YouTube has quietly launched its podcast area in the US. You can get to it by going to the “Explore” page. So today, we discuss how to get your show on YouTube, and how to leverage YouTube to make money.
Creating a newsletter on top of a podcast sounds more like a chore than anything helpful. But what if you could send new episodes to email subscribers automatically? You CAN with ConvertKit.
One of the most common calls to action is “leave us a rating and review on Apple Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts.” I’ve long railed against this CTA, stating that you’re alienating a large portion of the audience. But what if this approach is wrong? That’s what we’ll explore today.
You want a sure-fire way to betray trust in your podcast? Invite a guest on just to ambush them with a sales pitch of your own services. Sounds farfetched, but it’s happened to me 3 times in the last 6 weeks! Friendly Reminder: Your podcast guests are not part of your sales funnel.
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