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Podcast Junkies was born out of a genuine interest in and curiosity for this growing league of podcast hosts. It's hosted by Harry Duran. It features wide-ranging, authentic and sometimes candid interviews with this family of voices behind the microphone. The shows themselves cover a variety of topics such as Business, Finance Entrepreneurism, History, Comedy, Storytelling and more. Podcast Junkies explores the motivations behind the podcast's inception and allows the listener to connect on ...
 
Podcast Hackers is the show all about podcasting. Each week we bring you stories of your fellow podcasters where they share what's working for them right now, what's making their shows successful, and how you can follow on that same path. Whether you're a seasoned podcaster or just getting started this is THE place to come for inspiration, education, and entertainment all about podcasting.
 
Live In The Feast is a seasonal podcast for developers and designers looking to discover their niche to build recurring revenue. So that they can live the life that they want and ultimately reach the goals of why they started their own business in the first place. Each season will be a theme specific to your business. And each episode features a guest who's been there before and achieved success. You'll get actionable takeaways for you to implement in your business immediately after each sho ...
 
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Word of Mouth has long ruled the lead-generating roost for freelancers and small business owners. But that’s an untenable, unscalable business model. What does work, you wonder? Ask web designer Jess Freeman. 60% of Jess’ leads come from content creation alone; 40% from her blog and YouTube. While many view YouTube as a place for entertainment and …
 
They say one of the best ways to grow your audience is by getting in front of other people’s audiences, and today’s guest is an expert in helping you do that. Brittney Lynn understands how to pitch the media - both established media like publications and TV, and newer media, like podcasts. Today, she gives us some fantastic advice for finding and p…
 
Episode Summary: Singer-songwriter and self-described modern-day troubadour, Jack Stafford joins the show to share his passion for creating good songs for good causes. Jack is the host of Podsongs, a unique podcast where musicians interview inspirational people, in service to others, as inspiration for brand new songs. Today, Harry and Jack share i…
 
How do you become an authority in your field? What's the key to unlocking rewarding work and more sales with less selling? According to Rochelle Moulton, it's publishing. And Rochelle knows a thing or two. Not only has she been helping people become authorities in their fields since 2007, but her book, The Authority Code, will give you the blueprin…
 
In 2021, there was a lot of good, but there was also a lot of stress. In fact, there was a lot of everything. Seems like a year or less would do me good. But not really less of everything. I need to do less of something specific — over-commitment. So I’ve come up with The Year of Retreat. Show Notes: Cortex My 2022 Yearly Theme Build Something Club…
 
Episode Summary: Harry welcomes to the show co-founder of Motion, Tristan Pelligrino. Through his work, Tristan and the team at Motion helps small marketing teams at B2B technology companies launch a branded podcast in less than 21 days. Tristan is also the co-host of The Recorded Content podcast, a show for small, scrappy marketing teams who are l…
 
Episode Summary: Harry welcomes to the show founder, podcaster and entrepreneur, Eric Johnson. Eric is the host of Follow Friday, the podcast about who you should follow online. Every week, Eric talks to creative people about who they follow, and why. He’s also the founder of LightningPod, a podcast consulting firm that helps its clients achieve th…
 
I knew from a young age, I wanted to play the drums. I got my first small kit when I was five and when my friends and I started a band, heavy quotes, I played paint buckets. When I was 15 years old, I knew I needed a real kit. It's the last episode of 2021, and it's a little different: I'm going to share with you my favorite Christmas story. I'll a…
 
Episode Summary Harry welcomes to the show app developer, freelancer and podcaster, Rob Joseph. Rob is the host of the Coffee & Coding podcast, a show that provides interviews & insights with experienced developer's across all aspects of App Development, including topics ranging from Flutter, Cyber Security, Freelancing, Android & iOS. In this epis…
 
Want to know the marketing trends for Health & Wellness entrepreneurs and coaches next year? Top marketing guru Neil Patel gives us a glimpse of the trends and effective strategies that small service-based business owners can use to start the year 2022 with better chances of success. Learn the strategies that will work and what you’ll need to stop …
 
Back in October, I wrote a blog post called, "We Need to Talk About Speakers and Virtual Events." I outlined how I believe speakers should be treated when it comes to virtual events; See I feel like too many virtual event organizers treat speakers as their marketing arm too. Shortly after, my friend Nathan Wrigley reached out. See, he is a virtual …
 
Have you ever struggled with podcast production? Let me tell you this, podcast production can be a breeze if you have the right systems and processes in place. In this episode, Mark Savant – a podcast producer – will share his expertise, tips, and tricks to help you build systems and standardize procedures to enable you to delegate and automate you…
 
This year, I made a concerted effort to have a good Black Friday sale. I started thinking about it early, put in a good sequence of emails, and promoted it more than I've promoted anything. The result? My best sale ever. So how did I do it, what were the numbers, and what did I learn? Listen to find out. Plus, in Build Something More, I share the a…
 
Harry welcomes to the show leadership advisor, coach, entrepreneur and podcaster, Dino Cattaneo. Dino is the host of the Authentic Leadership for Everyday People Podcast, a show that investigates the connection between effective leadership and authenticity. In this episode, Harry and Dino discuss Dino’s background, from growing up in Milan, Italy t…
 
Do you have a podcast show and it somehow does not get the results you wanted? What could you do? What should be your thought process? Up to what point do you do course correction and when is it time to start over with a new project? Digital marketing expert and podcast host Chris Bruno tells us more about his decision to end his podcast (after 160…
 
Sometimes it feels like Facebook gets a bad wrap. Of course, sometimes it feels like Facebook gets exactly what it deserves…so where should we, as small business owners, fall on how to use Facebook? Today's guests should help. Jono Petrohilos is a personal trainer and online educator who has a $1 Million online course business. He also runs huge Fa…
 
Have you been thinking about creating an online course but don’t know how to get started? Or maybe, you just launched a course and now you’re wondering why it isn’t selling? Joining us today is Jeremy Deegan, an online course creator who also specializes in helping entrepreneurs create, launch and sell online courses. This episode is an eye opener …
 
A few weeks ago, we heard from John Warrillow about why we need to make subscriptions a core part of our businesses. Someone who's done that really well is a marketer and fellow creator Corey Haines. As we recorded this, he was going through the biggest change his membership has seem: consolidation of offerings, niching down, and increasing the pri…
 
Harry welcomes to the show marketing consultant, creator and entrepreneur, Anna Furmanov. Anna is the founder of Furmanov Marketing Consulting and ever since she was young, she’s wanted to be a creator. Anna is also the host of the Modern Startup Marketing Podcast, a show that shines a light on those startups that are taking their marketing efforts…
 
Heads up! Sponsorships are not the only way to monetize your podcast show! Want to know the multiple ways to do it? Podcast Expert Joe Casabona talks to us how he helps people monetize their show even if they are just starting out. Learn more about Joe’s SMASH Framework so that you will know which strategy works best based on your audience size. Li…
 
It's the 2021 Gift Guides episode! This year I revamped the guides to be clearer, including more tools for people who work from home and podcasters, and offering more options for people looking for the perfect pen. In Build Something More, I talk about the transition from Beaver Builder to Gutenberg - why I did it, and how it went. Show Notes: Gift…
 
Harry welcomes to the show podcaster and master marketer, Todd Brown. Todd Brown is the expert other experts go to when they need help with their own business. His list of coaching students, consulting clients, and subscribers reads like a Who’s Who of A-List Entrepreneurs. Todd is also the host of The Marketer’s Mind, a show where he and his team …
 
Branding and Rebranding: what is this all about? Branding and brand design expert Frank Mackrill joins me today to talk about the humanizing and the technical aspect of creating a brand. Find out what the big learning curve is all about when it comes to creating a brand. There are things that people tend to overlook when they brand their podcast wh…
 
Something I (and perhaps you) feel I do terribly is email marketing. I'm worried I'm not segmenting my list the right way, that I email them too much, and that what I send is not aligned with what they signed up for. But let me tell you, after this conversation with Samar Owais, I feel a lot better. Samar is an email expert, and we cover a lot of g…
 
The number one thing you need in order to grow your audience is an engaged and successful audience. But do you know what it takes to have quality audience that will support your podcast and become loyal listeners and clients? Today, we share Podbean’s The Nightmares of Audience Mistakes podcast episode where we, David and Sebastian, were interviewe…
 
Subscription services are increasingly popular and for good reason. On top of creating more predictable income for your business, they allow you to really focus and serve your subscribers instead of constantly trying to grind out new sales. Plus, it makes your business more sellable. We'll talk about all of that and more in this week's episode with…
 
Harry welcomes to the show, budding content creator and host of the Pol and Pals Podcast, Ponyboy Pol. Pol and Pals is a podcast where Ponyboy Pol interviews his content creator pals who are creating the life they want to live. In this episode, Harry and Pol share a rich discussion on Pol’s background as a content creator and how he initially got i…
 
Creating Facebook groups is a great tool for lead generation and growth in your business. When done right and with great engagement from your community, you will have an idea what your audience want, need, and are frustrated about. So, when do you start one and how? By doing simple and time-efficient strategies consistently, your community will gro…
 
You've heard me say time and time again - build your list! If you want to grow your business, whether you sell products, services, or are a creator, you need to get people on your email list. And today's guest, Maciek Palmowski, has definitely done that. He and his wife started the only Polish-language WordPress-focused newsletter (quick a niche) a…
 
Legalities are often overlooked when running your own podcast. But it is such a crucial aspect you need to consider to protect yourself, your business, your team, and your guests. It is for this reason that we’ve brought in Gordon Firemark, a lawyer in the United States who specializes in creative industries such as theatre, music, and podcasting. …
 
As an elder millennial, TikTok as a platform scares and upsets me. I’m not really sure how to use it to grow my audience (if it even can) and I’m worried it’s just going to be a huge time suck. But according to Rebecca Simon, if your business isn’t on Tiktok, it’s a huge missed opportunity. SO naturally, I asked her how a small business owner can m…
 
Harry welcomes to the show, co-hosts of the Imagination and Junk podcast, Bill Barol & Mat Ricardo. Bill is a writer and podcast creator who has gained critical acclaim for his work on the podcast HOME: Stories from L.A. Mat is a performer, modern-day vaudeville and one of the greatest variety artists working today. This unlikely duo met and formed…
 
Do you use LinkedIn for connecting and building relationships for promoting your business? In this episode of the Audience Coach Podcast, we talk to Louise Brogan, host of the LinkedIn with Louise podcast. Louise is going to share with us how we can build solid relationships on the LinkedIn platform; its advantages and disadvantages; how to post an…
 
It's another live coaching call! This time I have podcaster and WordPress site builder Nathan Wrigley. We chat about how I format this show, record the bumpers and the intros, and the benefits (and potential pitfalls) of batching. Then we roll into making money: how to find and land sponsors, and when to think about monetizing your podcast. Nathan …
 
There is no question about it, video is now on every social media platform because it’s so easy to digest for your audience. Even as a podcaster, you still need video to grow your audience and business. Our guest today, Tracy Philipps, is the go-to person for learning how to grow your audience for business by leveraging the power of video. She shar…
 
Sometimes you know you're destined to run your own business. You work for companies and realize that you can't really work within the confines of a corporate structure. It's something I realized pretty much in high school. And it's something today's guest, Lauren Kennedy, has known all her life. Realizing then, she took her drive and built a market…
 
Harry welcomes to the show, educator, author and podcast consultant, Joe Casabona. Joe is the host of How I Built It, a podcast that provides insight from tech savvy small business owners and developers on how they built their products, from idea to execution. In this episode, Harry and Joe talk about Joe’s circuitous route to entrepreneurship, fro…
 
In one of our previous episodes, we discussed why you need to edit your recordings before publishing. The next step now is finding the best person who can do it for you. Why? Because outsourcing this task can potentially give you more income than doing it yourself - and we are going to explain why in this episode. David and Sebastian also discuss t…
 
Often, when it comes to launching, writing, recording, building funnels, or whatever else it is we need to do, it's easy to start because we're motivated. But the longer a project goes on, the harder it can be. The more frustrating it can get. And the more likely quality starts to go out the window. Well, today's guest, Elizabeth Pampalone, has a s…
 
Learning how to constantly show up for your audience and having conversations helps you develop skills that you can transfer to your sales process. In this episode, sales expert Hugh Liddle will show us how this works. We talk about connecting with your audience, the importance of knowing what they want and need and balancing the two, and tips for …
 
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