Chris Ducker from New Business Podcast and the author of Virtual Freedom, returns this week to talk about how he crafted his opt-in offer for his podcast listeners.
This week, I will reveal an awesome tool that will allow you to get broadcast audio quality out of most of your recordings, and the best thing about it – it’s absolutely free! This killer online-based piece of software is super easy to use and requires no set up what so ever. In this episode of AETV, I will show you how simple it is to use and help you get started with creating pro quality audio without spending tons of time in audio editing software.
John McIntyre from The McMethod Email Marketing Podcast returns this week to talk about the recent rebranding he did for his podcast and his business. Being fresh off the rebranding iron (Drop Dead Copy, McIntyre Method, Email Marketing Podcast and The Auto-Responder Guy), John is sharing some hot insights on how to rebrand a podcast that engages and converts.
So you’ve interviewed a few guests (or just lined up an interview for your podcast), and the interviews came out just “okay”. What could you have done to make these interviews EPIC? This week, I will let you in on a secret that will help you take your interviews to the next level. I will explain the importance of pre-interviews and how you can conduct them to get the most out of your interviews.
Tim Paige, the passionate show host of Conversion Cast, joins us on the show this week to talk about the case study podcast format. Tim has been the host for multiple podcasts and is now running a show for LeadPages, a company all about conversions.
On this episode of Authority Engine TV, I’m excited to share with you a great piece of gear to help you get started with your podcasting journey! Â Particularly this week I will Â show you my favorite starter microphone. It sounds great, easy to use and you can take it with you anywhere you go. Click on the video below, and let’s get rolling!
Vernon Foster, host of The Event Supremacy Podcast, joins us this week to talk about how to use podcasting to help grow your professional network. Vernon’s mission is to collaborate traditional in-person events, like conferences and workshops, with online events such as webinars, product launches and mastermind groups.
As always, I’m excited to bring you some killer information on how you can crush it with your podcast! Â Particularly this week we talk about how to name your podcast, and the best methods I’ve found for getting the best results with a podcast title (and I’ve had a part in naming about 30+ podcasts at this point so I’ve had some time to test out a few options).
This week, we have Daniel J Lewis from Noodle.mx back on the show to talk about Podcasting Networks. Today, Daniel has eleven successful, hand-picked podcasts under the Noodle.mx umbrella.
This week we are going to be talking about what you can do to sound like a natural, compelling and entertaining show host. These tips will really help you get comfortable with creating your content, and start connecting with your audience on a personal level.