That Podcast Exchange

That Podcast Exchange

Hello Humanista, This is Miko Santos before Podcasting and Blogging, I used to be a journalist for 20 years researching complicated issues of fact or science which most people would not have the time or access to information. This podcast is an insightful conversation with people at the top of their game and deconstructs them to find the tools, tactics, and tricks to help you achieve your dream goal.

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May 16, 2022 41 min

Early-stage podcasting can be hard, no question about it. Starting a show from scratch is a challenge (I know — I've done it). As a newbie, you need to inherently understand that increasing listenership and audience is key to growing a podcast. As easy as it may sound, the challenges of doing this are real.

The biggest challenge for early-stage podcasters is that most don't have a clear plan for growing their listenership an...

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As podcasters, we often focus on getting that first episode recorded and published. Yet there is another very crucial part: marketing! 

Most people are familiar with Facebook. It's one of the most widely-used social media sites. With a whopping 2.912 billion users, the opportunity is limitless, right? The results are clear: Facebook marketing is considered one of the most effective ways to get grow your podcast.

After considering...

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Podcasts have skyrocketed in the past few years and are starting to change the way we consume information. It has now become a great way to grow an audience for your business too. 

With the number of podcasts increasing, aspiring podcasters sometimes wonder if there's still space for them. Even though the audience of podcast listeners is growing exponentially, there are so many podcasts now that it is getting harder to grow an a...

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Have you ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes to create your favorite podcast? You are not alone. Many times we assume it's a simple process of hitting record and then upload, but creating a podcast is far from simple.

In this episode, we will be talking with Pariya Taherzadeh-Desovski, a multi-award-winning audio producer. She will share with us what never giving up means, and how rejection will make us stronger to get ...

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Have you ever dreamed of starting your own podcast? Have you ever felt the urge to share your story with the world, or to connect with like-minded people on a deeper level? If so, then you're not alone. Starting a podcast is no easy feat - it takes time, effort, and a lot of hard work.

The dream of having your own podcast is a strong one. The ability to share your voice with the world, engage with interesting people, and build a...

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Anyone who has ever tried to manage a podcast knows that it can be a difficult task. There are a number of things to take into account if you want to succeed as a podcast manager. From scheduling guest appearances to making sure the audio quality is up to par.

In this episode, we will hear the awesome and inspiring journey of the two experts in Podcast Management, Ma Cecilia Mercado and Eloisa Almonicido the founders of The Valuepo...

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With the ever-growing podcasts community, any aspiring podcast creator will find this intimidating. The other side of that coin is that big numbers equal fierce competition. Based on the recent data, there are around 750,000 different podcasts, with over 30 million episodes. Big numbers right? There's no doubt that it's a really awesome and inspiring community for every aspiring podcaster.

Despite the numbers, you may wonder...

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“Inch wide and a mile deep”

is Edward’s mantra and what he has been doing to reach what he has reached so far– a whopping 111,040 LinkedIn followers and 10,000+ Personal Coaching Hours! Talk about being an unbeatable expert in his field. 


Ed's a Marketing Mentor Certified Practising Marketer (CPM) & International Master Coach and has mentored thousands of winners globally to help them get more clients, win top positions a...

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"Thrive, not survive. Break free from the mentality of survival and not settle with the bare minimum" is what they always say in Empowered In Color. 


Discover a movement where you can identify with people like you, have a safe space to be heard, get the support and the resources to help you become the person you want to be, and not be limited to what other people tell you.


Everyone has a unique story, and a unique perspective...

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One of podcaster creators’ ultimate dreams is to grow a following that will stay with them for the long haul. And a way to do this is to create a cohesive community.


In this episode, we talked with Arielle Nissenblatt about her thoughts on community-building and how podcasters can leverage it to thrive in the podcasting industry. 


Listen in and learn from Arielle how you can nurture and give value to your community and how having a c...

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Are you a noob in podcast audio editing or simply an early stage podcaster doing things on your own? If yes, don’t miss this episode.


Don’t let hiccups and hurdles dishearten you. Instead, ask yourself, how can I make this process better? This is the advice that Podcast Chief Producer of Pikkal & Co., K Bharath has for you. Letting things get in your way leads you to podfading, and lose the chance to put your message out...

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Are you a podcaster in Asia or aspiring to be one?


If you’re an aspiring podcaster on this side of the world, the potential of your message being listened to is not far-fetched. Norman Chella differentiates the podcast market in Asia, the role of culture and how it can put you to an advantage. 


The proliferation of podcasts in western countries is beginning to happen in Asia. There are tons of opportunities in new genres, monetizatio...

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On-demand content is the future as more people continue to embrace podcasts. What is happening to the podcasting industry? Should you care about the dynamics?
In this episode, we talk to James Cridland, an editor at podnews.net, writer, and consultant. Kindly tune in to listen to how he generated his business idea and the various dynamics in the podcast industry.

[02:29] How did you come up with the idea of podnews.net
[04:13] Do you ...

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With the global pandemic, people are looking for alternatives to get an extra coin and Freelancing is the answer. How do you start and develop your career as a freelancer? What are the safety measures in place to ensure you are not defrauded?

In our episode, we speak to Rasool Muttalib, the founder of belancer.com, a fast-rising freelancing website, an author, and a successful entrepreneur with over twenty years of experience in Fin...

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Every entrepreneur looks for tips to yield a higher return on investment. Digital marketing is one of the strategies to build your own personal brand and increase revenue.  How do you identify your target market, clarify your message to your target audience and generate more qualified leads?

What we discuss with Prosper Tarunvinga  in today’s episode:

       In today’s episode, we speak to Prosper Taruvinga, a digital marketing exper...

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There has been a major shift in our daily routines amidst the covid-19 pandemic. More than ever, most people have embraced online gigs. In this episode, we speak to Steve Stewart, a professional podcast editor who accidentally found himself in this career but established his niche in it.  How do you make a career out of podcast editing amidst the pandemic? Is it hard, or does it require some technicalities or prior experience?
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August 25, 2021 44 min

What is 2 comma SMM blueprint?

 

In this episode, Dennice Madrid, founder of the nice thing about Digital shares with us the steps that we can do to make more leads to our business

 

She also said with the right knowledge and tools Facebook is a powerful tool to grow your business by scheduled, show you the best time to retargeting your customers at the level of awareness that you have in your products.

 

What we discuss with Dennice Mad...

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Why Storytelling is important if you starting your own Podcast

 

 

In this episode, Erik Cabral, founder of  Podmax tells us storytelling is critical in terms of engagement.

 

He said you want people to be interested and listen to your show and it’s not engaging in term of relatability and they don’t find it within the first 30 seconds of your show then they’re out.

 

What we discuss with Erik Cabral in today’s episode:

 

[03:45] What is Po...

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Do you want to create a meaning full content? 

 

In this episode, Kia Abrera, the founder and CEO of Braveworks, Inc shared with us the power of Authenticity. 

 

Why she believe that when we create or allow ourselves to create something better and we allow ourselves to be brave and start creating  not just for our own benefits but benefits of everybody else.

 

 

What we discuss with Kia Abrera in today’s episode:

·        [09:41 ] Why Vide...

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Do you want to become a live streamer?

 

In this episode, Irene Chan, founder and host of Productive Popcorn Podcast and Livestream, tells us the journey of live streaming and why writers need to start live streaming.

 

She tells us the importance of video marketing to a business, how we can handle nasty comments during live streaming and, how to turn our live streaming into a podcast. She also explains how we can draw viewers to our ...

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