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Get off the marketing roller coaster and get on the automated fast track to digitally market your brand everywhere now. Imagine all the information you need in one place to easily broadcasting messages, saving time, optimizing your results and building a platform that organically grows real fans and qualified clients. Husband and wife team and Co-Founders of Podetize.com, Tom Hazzard and Tracy Hazzard, teach easy content building formulas and smart cut secrets proven to fuel hundreds of vide ...
 
This is the Second 200 episodes of the WTFFF?! 3D-Printing Podcast. WTFFF?! Co-hosts Tom & Tracy Hazzard focus on the what of Fused Filament Fabrication (3D Printing), what design software to use, what printer to buy, what tools to use, what designs should you print, what new materials are out and what your business strategy should be. On the 3D Printing Podcast, they interview the who is who in 3D Print art and design along with others who can help you figure out your what. They share with ...
 
In The Binge Factor podcast for aspiring podcasters and seasoned podcasters, podcast strategist Tracy Hazzard explores whether your podcast has what it takes to create and grow a bingeable podcast – where listeners binge on your every word and get to know, like, and trust you in an accelerated way. The Binge Factor is that strategic key to making your show irresistible, influential, authority-building, and successful. Tracy’s unique gift to the podcasting and branding world is being able to ...
 
Want to learn from one those people who get so much done and appear everywhere as a successful serial entrepreneur? Tracy Hazzard is one of those do-it-all kind of entrepreneurial women who runs multiple creative ventures, works for/with household names, launches best-selling products, all while married to her best friend and business partner, and jointly raising three daughters. Wouldn’t it be amazing if you could dive deeper into Tracy’s mindset, success strategies, daily practices, her ho ...
 
This podcast inspires for a healthier and happier gourmet foodie-fit healthy nutrition and balanced lifestyle that bursts every day with a little magic spice. Chef Marie and Lee Cummings, Foodie-Fit at Heart talk about culinary trends, food from all around the world, Gastronomy is a Lifestyle. The main subjects are: NUTRITION: clean-eating tips – with Chef Marie no. 1 Rule: NO MORE PLAIN FOOD EVER even if you have any food restrictions. Discover the clean-label mission on www.mchef.com! 🙌MCH ...
 
Promote, Profit, Publish! Become the world authority you always knew you could be. You know it. We know it. And this is how the rest of the world catches up. Most authors get it wrong. They put the wrong steps in the wrong order, pinning all of their hopes, dreams, and money on the sale of the book. Experts on authority marketing know that publishing elevates your customer base in ways that are impossible through any other mechanism. In short, you establish yourself as the world authority on ...
 
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The podcast industry is having a little bit of a resurgence right now. Especially last year because of the pandemic, mostly everyone had to or are still working from home. The fact that everyone is remote and side-by-side with their phone or computer, starting a podcast has never been this easy. Today, join Juliet Clark and her guest, podcast strat…
 
As things slowly start getting back to normal and more places open, events will be right around the corner. And with that comes doors of opportunities. But are you prepared for live media coverage? In this episode, Tom Hazzard and Tracy Hazzard share helpful podcast recording advice to help you get ready for a whole new world of podcasting. Get val…
 
Finding your audience is important for podcasting. It doesn’t matter if they listen to every episode, as long as they fit your message. Networking and relationship building has been something Laura Meyer practiced for a really long time. After the closing of some of her companies, she was at a loss. But with the power of relationships, she was able…
 
As a podcaster, have you ever thought about how the law works for the content you create and vice versa? Did you ever stop to think about the ways your podcast content could be construed as cyberbullying or defamation? Knowing the legal consequences behind content creation and publishing is often overlooked, but it is critical in protecting the wor…
 
Writing can be a nerve-wracking experience. The writer’s vulnerabilities are often exposed, especially when they’re writing about personal stories. Confidence coach, author, and publisher Sheila Kennedy sits down with Juliet Clark to talk all about confidence. Sheila shares tips on working past your vulnerabilities, finding the right angle for your…
 
Women-led businesses won’t grow if they keep undervaluing themselves. Everyone, male or female, has inherent value. Once you stop limiting yourself, your business will begin to bloom like no other. Learn more about business development, marketing, and value-driven pricing with your host, Juliet Clark and her guest, the Founder and President of The …
 
Podcasting has come to the point where you can talk about anything. Whatever it is, there is a big community of people behind it, that are willing to go into your show. This is the case with the Peloton fitness community. Crystal O'Keefe is one half of the hosting duo at The Clip Out Podcast. In this conversation with Tracy Hazzard, learn why Cryst…
 
Marketing is made up of mainly two things: time and money. You need money to start a business or invest, and you need time to build your business and your audience. You can’t magically come up with a cash machine and become the next Jeff Bezos overnight. However, money and time aren’t all you need; you’re still going to need a marketing strategy. J…
 
As the podcasting industry continues to grow, it has become even more important to rise against the tide. One sure way to do that is by becoming a good podcast host, one who not only speaks well but also has the staying power to continue to inspire and impart their message. So what are the qualities that make a person a good host? Well, let’s find …
 
All leaders have to speak, yet not everyone is born with this skill. Juliet Clark takes some time to sit down and discuss how speakership is leadership with renowned speaker, presenter, and speaking coach Margaret Watts Romney. Margaret shares her insights on how effective leaders are also effective speakers and communicators. Juliet and Margaret t…
 
People react differently to the challenges life throws at them and for Kala MacDonald, dealing with losing both her younger brothers to suicide was heartbreaking, to say the least, but it got her to start a nonprofit podcast, Yoga To Cope. She joins Tracy Hazzard to share her story and how yoga helped her deal with her own traumatic experience, whi…
 
Do you want to know how digging deeper into Soul Language, a paradigm, can help you achieve your dreams? Juliet Clarke talks with Master intuitive, author of two best-selling books and the founder of Soul Language, Jennifer Urezzio, on how Soul Language works, how it is effective, and why it is an important factor in creating the life you’ve always…
 
Dr. Yishai Barkhordari, a consultant to entrepreneurs and leaders, a licensed psychologist, and the host of The Business Couch with Dr. Yishai, joins Tracy Hazzard to talk about how he analyzes his podcast’s success and adapts to create more impact. He leverages his background in psychology to understand his guests more and dig deeper into the huma…
 
Mistakes are inevitable, but if you know what they are in advance, you can learn how to avoid them. In this episode, Juliet Clark sits down with Joylynn Ross, a best-selling author and CEO of Path to Publishing, to discuss the ten mistakes both new and veteran authors make. From the internal with identifying the why behind writing to the external s…
 
K-pod is a Korean American podcast that invites people from different industries to talk about their creative background, their lives and how they became successful in their careers. Tracy Hazzard sits with Catherine Hong and Juliana Sohn, the ladies behind K-pod to talk about how they manage the work, what inspired them to start this podcast and m…
 
The brain is a sea of ideas, and sometimes having so much going on inside your head is not advisable. You won't be able to sift through every thought unless you start quieting the mind. Juliet Clark sits down with author, business strategist, and global spiritual tour leader Halle Eavelyn to discuss how she leads people in taking a pause and killin…
 
Everyone thinks that they can start their own podcast. Fast forward five months later, and they haven’t even bought microphones yet. Starting a podcast takes a lot of dedication, from finding guests to the research. It can all be a hassle if you’re not really serious about it. Learn from Justin Peters, host of The Struggle is Real with Justin Peter…
 
Poetry in itself is an inspiring piece of writing that elevates one’s creativity and outlook. Actress and author Peggy Matheson bring it to another level by combining poems with visual art through her coloring journal. Joining Juliet Clark, she dives deep into the creation of She Said, where poetry and coloring meet to touch the reader’s creative m…
 
Many podcasters give huge attention to which guest to invite and topics to explore for each episode. While these are essential elements, one important factor in production must never be neglected: podcast IP. Joining Tracy Hazzard is Media Intellectual Property Attorney Alexia Bedat to discuss how podcasters can protect and take full ownership of t…
 
It's one thing to write a book. It's another to get people to read it. In this episode, Juliet Clark sits down with Business Strategist and Marketing Consultant Shannon Procise to find out how she successfully attained over $3.2M in FREE publicity. Spilling some of her marketing secrets, Shannon shares how you can stand out in the noisy online worl…
 
Noticing that most dogs are getting sicker and living shorter lives, Krista Karpowich made it a mission to bring experts and dog enthusiasts together in a committed community to enhance the bond with our dogs, help them live longer, and be as happy and healthy as possible. In this episode, she joins Tracy Hazzard to talk about The Wag Out Loud Pawd…
 
How is it possible for one woman to build a six-figure virtual assistant business from a tiny house in the middle of the Ozarks? Unless you’ve been living in a cave for most of 2020, you would probably know this to be plausible. Since COVID-19 hit, the virtual assistant industry has been on fire – growing from a billion-dollar to a trillion-dollar …
 
Often, great coaches work from the heart, especially since coaching is such an intimate practice where people choose to be vulnerable with you. Louis Morris has made the heart the center of his coaching business. Through his podcast, The Heart Matters, he has been helping people who want to have it all in their relationships, including their spirit…
 
How do you adjust your sales process to fit in with the changes brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic? Juliet Clark’s guest today is Connie Whitman, the international bestselling author of ESP - Easy Sales Process. Connie discusses what the sales process is all about - relationships. The methods may change from handshakes to zoom meetings, but hum…
 
Aside from podcasters having to maintain their own engaging show, another important task they must also dive into is getting guesting opportunities to other podcasts. Since this calls for proper planning and research, Mark Herschberg shares his secrets in honing his podcast guest skills. Joining Tracy Hazzard, the best-selling author of The Career …
 
Have you heard about the love bucket? It’s an interesting concept that can actually help you in your quest for personal development. Listen in as Juliet Clark’s guest explains how it works in this episode. Joie Gharrity, the Founder of 113 Branding, also shares her knowledge, wisdom, and tools that she uses as a brand strategist and marketer. Joie …
 
Few podcasters have the same caliber as Lou Diamond. As the host of Thrive LOUD and three other shows, this diamond of a podcaster has got to be one of the most prolific in the industry. Known as the Master Connector, Lou is also a whiz when it comes to using his shows to build powerful connections and partnerships. This is just one of the literal …
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a lot of shifts in many industries around the world. One particular space that was greatly hit is the photography scene. For someone who made a living as a professional photographer for 30 years and goes out every day finding creativity and shooting scenes, Jack Hartzman has had to make a huge shift when his incredi…
 
Starting your platform can be a challenging undertaking, especially if you are starting to grow your following. Gathering leadership advice through podcasts is one of the trending go-to inspirations for leaders today, if you are preparing to choose the said path, you need to plan everything on the whiteboard thoroughly. In this episode, Melanie Par…
 
A book launch is a lot harder than it looks. In this episode, Esther Kiss, the Founder of Born to Influence, joins Juliet Clark as they talk about the kind of advanced planning you need with a book launch. They also dive into the power of publicity, when, why, and how you can do it yourself, and how you can coordinate it with advertising. Learn wha…
 
When you look at the different podcast niches for women, one of the striking observations is how many tackle the struggles of having that work-life balance, of being a mompreneur. But what if you're an entrepreneur but not a mom? Where do you turn to? Raphie Wagner is tired of reading, seeing, and hearing all the mompreneur stuff out there. So she …
 
There’s nothing more powerful than positive customer reviews to help build your business authority and credibility. But there are other types of user-generated content that are up for grabs out there, which can all be gathered in the most efficient and surprisingly simple ways. Entrepreneur, author, professional speaker, and host of More than a Few…
 
With a lot of podcast shows today, especially during this time of everything virtual, many of them undergo the process of podfading. Some may not be that visible as usual, while others are now completely gone without any update. Tracy Hazzard sits down with Brodie Welch of A Healthy Curiosity Podcast to discuss the right way to podfading without co…
 
Multiple things go behind the scenes when publishing a book. There's writing, editing, proofreading, and platform-building. It may be too much for one person, and that's why you may need a publisher to help make your books better. Juliet Clark’s guest today is Judy Weintraub, the Founder of SkillBites, a book-publishing platform that helps entrepre…
 
Being a podcast host is a long, winding game that can get a bit challenging and uncomfortable for many. But by embracing the risks and being comfortable with the difficulties ahead, anyone can make it big in this ever-growing industry. Unraveling the secrets of podcasting career success with Tracy Hazzard is her social media advisor and the co-host…
 
The virtual world has been around for quite some time. However, in light of the recent pandemic, it has seen an unprecedented migration of jobs and businesses from the face-to-face physical scene to the online space, speaking gigs included. Joining Juliet Clark on today’s show is a sought-after speaker and strategist Elizabeth Bachman. Together, th…
 
Everyone longs for and needs genuine human connection, but the pandemic put that to the test. With most interactions only done in the virtual stage, personal impact between people is slowly winding down. International lean business consultant Crista Grasso aims to change this by teaching how to use physical products and remain aligned with your cor…
 
Let's talk Cronuts. HYBRID DONUTS - CROISSANTS - BEST LAS VEGAS CRONUTS This podcast inspires for a healthier and happier gourmet foodie-fit healthy nutrition and balanced lifestyle that bursts every day with a little magic spice. Chef Marie and Lee Cummings, Foodie-Fit at Heart talk about culinary trends, food from all around the world, Gastronomy…
 
When the COVID-19 pandemic came, the entire speaking industry fell overnight. Live conferences were canceled, gatherings stopped, and events put on hold. But, if there is anything this pandemic has taught us, it is to learn how to adapt, especially with the use of technology. In this episode, Juliet Clark is joined by Whitney McDuff, the founder of…
 
Many people quit their podcasting journey even before they had begun for fear of producing something that isn’t perfect. However, many successful podcasters will attest that there is never a perfect first episode, or even the next ones right after. Showing the ups and downs of being a podcaster, Tracy Hazzard talks to Rick Jordan, a nationally reco…
 
Having a business can be tough as it is, so why get stuck with marketing that does not spark joy? In this episode, Juliet Clark invites someone who is all about it, living with the mantra, "if it isn't joyful, we are not doing it." She is with Shannon Hernandez, a Marketing Strategist known for her Joyful Marketing Methodology, to help us learn how…
 
One of the common things that hold people back from podcasting is the technical part of it. Just thinking about the amount of time and effort put into setting it up, editing, and booking guests is enough to send them running away. But what a waste of wisdom that is! Tracy Hazzard brings over to this episode Amy Schmidt, the host of Fearlessly Facin…
 
Many of us have been raised with a work ethic that it's hard work that makes us successful or abundant. You have to hustle and grind to get recognized or get that seven figures. But where does hard work really take us? Joining Juliet Clark on today’s show is Derek Loudermilk, a former pro cyclist and extreme microbiologist turned professional adven…
 
Brilliance is an expression of a person becoming personally and professionally free from fear, failure, and frustration. Founder of The Walls Speak, Robbie Walls, joins Juliet Clark in this episode to explain why she believes that women must go for more and release their brilliance. She talks about the point she realized that what she is doing is o…
 
In today’s highly-digitized world, the right words can do wonders in boosting your business. In this episode, VIP Digital Content founder, Melanie Herschorn, joins Juliet Clark to talk about the significant benefits of digital content in business and how entrepreneurs can be empowered through digital marketing. A digital content creator and coach, …
 
Working on oneself and really looking inward can be daunting, emotional, and sometimes even painful. It is, however, essential to our journey of growth, success, and fulfillment. On today’s show, Kimmy Seltzer takes the time to talk with host Juliet Clark about how the inner workings are very important when it comes to dating. Kimmy, Confidence The…
 
Whether you’re a host or a guest, podcasting is always about your brand. Jeremy Slate, the Founder of Command Your Brand and host of Create Your Own Life, has been a constant presence in both sides of the mic. As a host, he has put out over 800 episodes, featuring guests of such caliber that will leave your jaw dropping. On the other hand, he also …
 
Podcast interviews are a good way to achieve visibility and build brand awareness in your audience. However, good podcast guesting involves so much more than just showing up and doing a great interview. It’s about giving something actionable and of value, promoting and positioning yourself as someone who is in demand in your industry and building a…
 
A funnel isn't just a one-way thing. It’s more of a pipeline when it flows both ways. Successful podcaster Bree Noble has multiple shows going on that feed off each other and serve musicians in different but valuable ways - Women of Substance, Female Entrepreneur Musician, and The Profitable Musician show. With her in-depth knowledge of the industr…
 
Despite the hardships, the pandemic still proved to be a catalyst for fresh thoughts and ideas. Though not an entirely new concept, one of the things that flourished this year is digital events. Thanks to holding such online discussions and presentations, people got to push through the gatherings we are supposedly forbidden to attend because of str…
 
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