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Tagged with “podcast” (6)

  1. Distraction Pieces Podcast — Richard E Grant

    Welcome, welcome, welcome

    The Distraction Pieces Podcast is a weekly conversation between Scroobius Pip and a wide range of guests, from Simon Pegg to Amanda Palmer, Russell Brand to Gail Porter, James McAvoy to Lauren Laverne, Stewart Lee to Kathy Burke… and even the occasional person you may not have heard of, but has an amazing story to tell.

    Listen free every Wednesday on the Distraction Pieces Network via iTunes, Acast or at DistractionPiecesPodcast.com

    Subscribe with your favourite podcast program using this feed to make sure you don't miss an episode.

    http://www.scroobiuspip.co.uk/distraction-pieces-podcast/

    —Huffduffed by gerryhayes

  2. How to Get 150,000 YouTube Subscribers in 1 Year (ft. Thomas Frank) — DIY Video Guy

    One of my favorite parts of being friends with entrepreneurs is seeing how

    far they progress in just a year. 

    In this podcast episode I chat with Thomas Frank, a four-time guest on the

    show, to talk with him about how he has grown his YouTube channel to over

    166,000 subscribers and almost 5,000,000 views by making weekly videos for

    just over a year.

    In this episode we discuss:

    • Why sometimes publishing a low production quality video is more important

    than missing a week

    • How better thumbnails and descriptions lead to your videos ranking higher

    • Why you might not want to send people to your website from YouTube

    • How to collaborate with bigger channels even when you don't have many

    subscribers

    • Whether or not your YouTube videos should have ads on them

    http://www.calebwojcik.com/blog/how-to-get-150000-youtube-subscribers-in-1-year

    —Huffduffed by gerryhayes

  3. NB012 – Building a Loyal Audience with Jason Zook | Nathan Barry

    Wracking your brain trying to develop the best marketing campaign? When you think about it, marketing is really just big companies competing for attention. But I’m here to tell you about one of the biggest cheats these companies are missing out on. While they’re too busy fighting each other over a few seconds of everyone’s time, you can be working toward building an audience. That’s right, an audience. When you have an audience, you already have a group of people who want to pay attention to you!

    I’ve created this podcast to help those of us running our own businesses online build our audiences and our success. I’m talking about personal experiences, I’m bringing on guests who have used social media in unique and interesting ways, and I’m going to teach you how to build yourself an audience that goes beyond creating a simple email list. On today’s episode, I’ve invited Jason Zook to talk about how his audience helped build his brand and helped him succeed as an entrepreneur.

    “Building a really great audience that you have a conversation with is only going benefit everything that you’re doing tenfold,” Jason says on today’s show. And he offers advice on email marketing and building an online community that you can start using today in order to start that conversation. Along with his insights, this podcast is chock full of tips for:

    Getting your customers excited about your brand

    Learning the difference between hard work and luck

    Building an online community that’s dedicated to your brand and your products

    Jason’s peculiar insight on what it’s like to auction off your own last name

    Listen in and let us know what you think! Share your audience building tips, let me know what topics you want to hear about, and leave us a review on iTunes.

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    Learn to write a profitable book

    Considering writing a book? Authority is a step-by-step guide to show you how to make it profitable.

    Learn more about Authority

    http://nathanbarry.com/episode12/

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    —Huffduffed by gerryhayes

  4. NB013: Why You Should Build a Personal Brand with Paul Jarvis | Nathan Barry

    Today we’re sharing what sorts of things you should give away to build your brand and how to create them. Content is a great way to up your value and really fine tune your audience.

    There are a few important things to consider when picking an audience, and it’s important that you choose wisely. Strive to maintain a personal brand, instead of a subject-based brand; that way, even if you deviate, you’ve created an audience that follows you.

    Paul Jarvis dives into his biggest mistakes when trying to begin a career in writing, why he ended up releasing a vegan cookbook, and the success story behind it. He shares a lot of great information with us today, including:

    What he’s pursuing and who his audience is

    The one thing that all content marketers are getting wrong

    His top tip for a person with a budding audience

    How he attracts clients by focusing on business and “what’s in it for them”

    The unexpected benefits of having an audience

    We wrap it up by talking about the importance of over delivering now to get great results later, how we batch our content and articles, and how Paul used Medium and Amazon to boost his articles to the number one spot.

    Paul has distributed over 100,000 copies of his book “Everything I Know”, and currently has about 25,000 e-mail subscribers. He’s been crazy successful, and was happy to share a wealth of tips and advice with us today from his journey.

    Links and resources:

    The Audience Building Challenge by Nathan Barry

    The Freelancer podcast

    Invisible Office Hours podcast

    Paul’s website

    The Creative Class by Paul Jarvis

    Paul on Medium

    Paul on Amazon

    Be sure to check out Paul’s stuff, and if you have a minute, I would really appreciate if you would write a review on iTunes about today’s episode. Whether it’s good or bad, let us know what you think by posting a review in iTunes.

    Enjoyed the article?

    My best content on design, marketing, and business. Delivered each week for free.

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    Learn to write a profitable book

    Considering writing a book? Authority is a step-by-step guide to show you how to make it profitable.

    Learn more about Authority

    http://nathanbarry.com/episode13/

    download

    Tagged with podcast

    —Huffduffed by gerryhayes

  5. How to Be Better on Camera (ft. Pat Flynn) — DIY Video Guy with Caleb Wojcik

    Chances are, it will take you awhile to be comfortable on camera. Luckily

    there are a lot of ways to speed up that process. 

    From public speaking and podcasting to livestreaming and doing webinars

    there are a lot of ways to get better on camera, be more engaging, and

    deliver to the camera without reading from a script.

    In this podcast episode I chat with Pat Flynn of Smart Passive Income about

    how improving his public speaking has made him better and more comfortable

    on camera.

    http://www.calebwojcik.com/blog/how-to-be-better-on-camera-ft-pat-flynn

    —Huffduffed by gerryhayes

  6. 8 Reasons Your Videos Aren’t Being Watched (DVG 039) — DIY Video Guy with Caleb Wojcik

    More views. That's what you want, right? More people watching the videos

    you spent all that time to prepare, record, edit, and publish.

    In this podcast episode we discuss why your videos aren't being watched at

    all or why people quit watching them part way through. 

    Whether it has to do with how the video was made, that they aren't

    engaging, or how they're being promoted, this episode will give you eight

    tips to make sure your audience keeps showing up to watch your videos,

    clicks play, and sticks around for the entire thing.

    http://www.calebwojcik.com/blog/8-reasons-your-videos-arent-being-watched

    —Huffduffed by gerryhayes