John Ondo (The Podcast Evangelist) shares the most important thing podcasters should know. Don't run after the biggest audience, just talk about what you care about. John will say the word passion about fifty times in this episode because what will make your podcast be the best it can be, is you speaking about a topic you care about.
John is offering 30-Miniatures of free coaching at his website ThePodcastEvangelist.com
John Ondo shares why your brand can be boosted with a strong podcast. Not only in regards to connecting to your customers, but also now during the restart of our economy during the Covid outbreak.
John shares some ideas on why your podcast can be a tool to improving your brand.
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The Podcast Evangelist, John Ondo, and Executive Producer Terry Dismore discuss issues related to starting a podcast and if they are under or overrated.
1. $200 microphones
3. Having a co-host
4. Zoom and Skype for interviews
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Terry Dismore is a veteran broadcaster and the Executive Producer of Premiere Podcast Production. He shares with John his three tips along with other insight on how to improve your interviews.
In addition, we discuss the benefit of interviews for your podcast including the promotion aspect. And contacting authors and publishers is a great way to get great guests at the drop of a hat!
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Today I get the joy of speaking with a radio and voice-over artist who Im proud to was a major influence in my life. Keith Curtis has an impressive career in radio, television and he is gearing up for the move to podcasting. His background in voice work, content creation as well as interviewing many people over decades makes him a great source for information on how you can sound professional on a podcast. We will discuss how impo...
John shares his thoughts about posting your audio podcast to YouTube.
1. It may create SEO for your podcast if you post the links and graphics on your video
2. YouTube has a larger audience
3. It may introduce you to potential new subscribers.
1. Now you need to produce video..and its labor-intensive to do it well, and it rarely has the ROI for a podcast.
2. We don't need another talking head online
3. Video gets more hits.....
Having a guest on your show is critical to your show's content and growth. John shares his reasons why you need to bring guests on your show. You can use Skype or Zoom to bring the audio of your guest in but there are some technical challenges to the quality. Rockwell Felder is CFO of Squadcast.fm and Co-Host of Between 2 Mics. Their service not only allows you to record the microphones on separate tracks but it will record you...
FROM our host provider BUZZSPROUT: We are going to assist those in education, government agencies with Podcast Production during this COVID-19 Crisis response. Thanks to our friends Buzzsprout if you need podcast production The Podcast Evangelist and Premier.e Podcast will provide coach production and assistance as needed to organizations who are helping our communities during this crisis. -Buzzsprout
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John Ondo, The Podcast Evangelist, shares how covering special events, sports, news can increase your audience and make your brand rock tight.
1. Sports Coverage, cover the World Series or March Madness. Don't just do one a week, but do one a day. Just keep your audience up to date on when they can expect a new episode to drop.
2. News Community Events, are another great way to fill a need in a community
You can have as many podc...
Churches are one of the leading creators of content for podcasts. Apple podcast leaders have said they would like to see faith-based organizations create more content, but so far they feel churches have been underutilizing their podcasts.
1) Do more than post sermons
2) Create original content that is more intimate in how its delivered, talking to one person
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Religion and Spirituality lead most podcasting categories today. Phil Cooke of Cooke Media Group has been a leader in Faith-Based Film, Television and Internet programming. Phil has his own podcast which he encourages listeners to create the best quality content for media professionals. Phil and I discuss the upcoming #NRB2020 convention on the week of February 24 and the trends, including the role of podcasting in faith-based con...
John & Terry discuss the importance of staying on track with your podcast. Why it makes a difference.
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John Ondo (The Podcast Evangelist) shares why microphones are important, but that you don't have to spend a lot of money for a good sound. its only part of the solution to your podcast.
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John Ondo, the founder of Premiere Podcast, shares how much time it should take to produce your podcast.
On average a 30-minute podcast can take between 3-4 hours a week in pre-production, recording, and post-production.
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In a commentary, John Ondo shares his thoughts on the massive cuts on January 14 by iHeartMedia across the country to broadcast stations. John shares how this will lead to the growth of podcasting and the continued decline to broadcast radio.
It's John's and the Premiere Podcast team's hopes that someday local radio stations can be returned to local owners. Until that time happens, let podcasting roll!
John Ondo of Premiere Podcast Productions shares simples steps you should take to open and close your podcast.
1) Short Open:15 secs
2) Don't bury the lead
3) Tease the whole show if there are multiple topics
4) Review points at the end
5) Call to action (CTA)
Also, don't put advertisements or promotions at the head of the show.
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Podcast Evangelist John Ondo continues his discussion of podcast solutions with Terry Dismore, Veteran Radio Consultant, Rusty Yanok, recording engineer. What should your focus be on your podcast audience?
1) Talk to one person
2) Don't try to talk to everyone
3) Not everyone is interested in everything you talk about
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John Ondo, Terry Dismore, and Rusty Yanok have an unscripted discussion about what is the proper length of a podcast.
1) Always leave them wanting more
2) Listeners do have an attention limit
3) Make your point and take the first exit
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John Ondo founder of Premiere Podcast and Ondo Media shares his quick reasons you should consider creating a podcast.
1) Entrepreneurs should look into creating a podcast
2) Podcasts are promotion, not income producers
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