Are you wanting to start a podcast but are overwhelmed by the amount of information about podcasting? Are you confused by all the technical language, and technology? Are you frustrated by how expensive equipment and the costs associated with podcasting can be? Or do you have a podcast? Are you stressed out trying to create content, record, edit, and upload your episodes each week? Are you frustrated by the lack of growth you see even with all your hard work and dedication? Are you burnt out and ready to quit? Then you’re in the right place. The Podcasting Party is a podcast for podcasters about podcasting. As a podcast coach, I have seen a huge theme emerge with the women I coach: potential podcasters believe in the message they want to share through their podcast but they lack the confidence in themselves when it comes to learning the technology and starting their podcast. They spend months trying to figure it out, google their way through, and by the time they make it to me, they are stressed out, overwhelmed, and frustrated. Beginner podcasters come to me burnt out and ready to throw in the towel. The message they once believed in is now dwarfed by the overwhelm and frustration they feel having to produce a show each week. I’m on a mission to help potential and current podcasters take the stress, overwhelm, and frustration out of podcasting. I believe that podcasting one big party, and you’re invited. Come join me and let’s put the party back into podcasting!
Today's episode is all about the upcoming changes you can expect from the Podcasting Party, as well as the results from the most recent listen survey and how those responses impacted the upcoming changes.
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All month long we are covering podcast monetization in what I'm dubbing March Monetization Madness!
Join me as I discussed seven ways to monetize and the pros and cons to each, monetization misconceptions and mindset surrounding monetization. As well as my favorite ways to monetize and how I utilize them in my business, how to pitch to advertisers and sponsors, and what to including your media kit.
Today I get to talk with not one but TWO fabulous ladies and podcasters. The dynamic duo of the podcast Martha + Mary Show. Katie M. Reid and Lee Nienhuis are co-hosts and friends. And I can't wait for you to meet them both.Lee Nienhuis is the author of Brave Moms, Brave Kids and Countercultural Parenting, and a passionate Bible teacher. She is the communications specialist for Moms in Prayer International and the host of ...
Has the flame gone out of podcasting?
For some of you, 2020 was the year that allowed you the time and space you needed to start your podcast, which is amazing.
And then for others of you, I would guess for most of you, 2020 was the year that made it nearly impossible to continue to podcast for you. You had kids home, and spouses home, loved ones home, and it's hard to keep up a podcasting routine when your regular routine is ...
If you listened in to last week's episode then you know I answered all your podcast questions.
Well, almost all of them. You see, one of the questions I get quite regularly is about how to relaunch a podcast. To talk more about that I knew I needed to have on my friend, Noelle Rhodes.
Noelle is the host of the Friending Show, a podcast about female friendship, which she relaunched.
In this episode Noelle tell us what it was l...
Are you getting ready to launch your podcast?
Have you been wondering about whether or not you should have a launch team? When you should submit to directories, what a podcast directory is? How to get on Apple's New & Noteworthy? Or what to do if launch day comes and you still haven't been approved.
Well today, I'm answering all the podcast launch questions that I commonly get asked.
Grab your note book and a pen...
I'm back this week continuing the conversation about Praying Over Your Podcast with my guest Val Woerner. Val is an author and owner of Val Marie Paper which creates practical and beautiful prayer journals.
Val is joining me today to talk about prayer and in particular:
You're going to love this episode!LINKS MENTIONED IN THIS EP...
Today's episode is a little bit different than my normal episodes. I'm still talking about podcasting. That is what you're going to get here all the time, but this one's a little bit more personal. But today I'm talking about praying over your podcast.
Particularly, how this has been so instrumental in growing my business and my podcast over the last few years. And the different areas I pray over.
In today's episode I am chatting with Ashley Brown about How to Create a Podcast Routine. If you've been struggling to create a workflow or implement a routine for your podcast this episode and Ashley's easy-to-implement, no pressure tips will have you excited to finally get it done.
Ashley Brown is a wife, momma of 2, and creator and owner of Routine and Things, which equips women to consistently live their happiest ...
Welcome back to our third and final week of, So You Want to Start a Podcast Series.
The last two weeks, we have dived into creating a podcast, but not just any podcast, a successful podcast week.
Week one we talked about establishing a basic and not so basic foundation, kind of the things that most potential podcasters miss when they're thinking about starting their podcast, I walked you through some questions to ask yourself, ...
I'm so glad that you're joining me today as we dive into Week 2 of our new series, So You Want to Start a Podcast? In this series, we are going to set you up for success as I walk you through how to start a successful podcast because let's face it, anybody can start a podcast these days, but I'm guessing you don't want to just start a podcast. I'm guessing you want to start a successful one. And this serie...
I'm so glad that you're joining me today as we begin our brand new series, So You Want to Start a Podcast? In this series, we are going to set you up for success over the next three weeks as I walk you through how to start a successful podcast because let's face it, anybody can start a podcast these days, but I'm guessing you don't want to just start a podcast. I'm guessing you want to start a successful o...
Today's episode is a bonus episode for Giving Tuesday.
I sat down and chatted with Ashely Cochrane to talk about her Nonprofit Crowned for Ashes and the story of how it came to be.
Today all proceeds from the pop-up swag shop and from any products will be given to Crowned for Ashes for Giving Tuesday. Join me in supporting this amazing organization.LINKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:
Today is the last day that you can purchase the two bundles and the one brand new program I have at their specially discounted price for Black Friday/Cyber Monday, along with all the bonuses and the swag.
So on this episode, I'm going to answer all of your questions about the programs, bonuses, and more.
Even if you're listening to this later down the road when these specials are not available. I think you'll get a lot...
I am just so excited to be able to share today's episode because I think it's going to help a lot of you. One of the most asked questions I get, right behind mics and hosting companies is: How do I grow my podcast?
I have several other episodes about podcast growth and a community for female podcasters, PodcastHER, devoted to the topic. I titled this episode: How to Grow Your Podcast QUICKLY because that is the question ev...
Recently I had a coaching client who was frustrated. She was struggling to get her podcast up and running, and expressed how she just wished she had an A to Z guide for podcasting. Luckily, that's what we do in coaching so we got her all taken care of. But it got me thinking about when I started my podcast; all the things I didn't know and if I had were to narrow it down to just a few things, what I would tell you that I wi...
I bet you've heard it before, you're listening to a podcast, it's winding down and the host says, "Thanks for joining me today. Make sure you go leave a rating and review and subscribe to the show. Help us get the show out in front of more people."
How many times has that statement actually led you, as a listener, to go leave a rating and review? I'm going to guess, never. And that's true of most listene...
In this episode of The Podcasting Party I am sharing with you all the podcasting resources I love.
I ask all my guests what's one podcasting app, or tool that they could not live without when it comes to podcasting and so I decided I wanted to share my favorite resources with you all, I did this in Episode 37. So I'm back again because I have several more I'd like to share with you, especially because I get quite a bit ...
On today's episode I am walking you How to Craft the Perfect Podcast Episode Title. I get a lot of questions about how to do this. But more importantly, I think we need to know why podcast titles are so important. And so we're going to go over that. I'm going to give you some tips of how to craft a podcast title that will grab your listeners, pull them in, and keep them listening for more.
Let's get to it!
Get all ...
If you have ever wondered what it's like to be a member of my podcasting community PodcastHER you're going to get a little taste of it today.
This audio was take from a monthly coaching call inside PodcastHER where we're talking about your Ideal Listener, and in particular how to define him/her.
I walk you through how to do this and give you some suggestions of how to get to know your ideal listener better.
If you can never get enough true crime... Congratulations, you’ve found your people.
We’re at our most vulnerable when we go to our doctors. We trust the person at the other end of that scalpel. We trust the hospital. We trust the system. Christopher Duntsch was a neurosurgeon who radiated confidence. He claimed he was the best in Dallas. If you had back pain, and had tried everything else, Dr. Duntsch could give you the spine surgery that would take your pain away. But soon his patients started to experience complications, and the system failed to protect them. Which begs the question: who - or what - is that system meant to protect? From Wondery, the network behind the hit podcast Dirty John, DR. DEATH is a story about a charming surgeon, 33 patients and a spineless system. Reported and hosted by Laura Beil.
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Current and classic episodes, featuring compelling true-crime mysteries, powerful documentaries and in-depth investigations.
If you've ever wanted to know about champagne, satanism, the Stonewall Uprising, chaos theory, LSD, El Nino, true crime and Rosa Parks then look no further. Josh and Chuck have you covered.