20. How to get a lot of reviews and ratings on your podcast with Amanda Bayerle

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Amanda Bayerle is the founder of The True Challenge, a health coach for busy entrepreneurs and the host of the How Bad Do I Want It Podcast. At a young age, she was born to be her own boss, do what she loves, and learn from experience. By the age of 19 she had attended ministry school, traveled the world speaking, achieved financial success in a network marketing company, and married the man of her dreams.

Amanda is passionate about helping people develop the skills necessary to live a healthier more prosperous life personally and professionally. She has already fulfilled many of her goals such as bikini competing, running races, modeling, and becoming a sought-after personal trainer. When it comes to marketing, Amanda has led two successful online summits interviewing the top experts in health and entrepreneurship.

Amanda believes: the greatest investment you can make is in personal development, your wealth is your health and to have prosperity with a purpose.

She helps run The True Challenge and coaches busy entrepreneurs to get in the best shape of their life, increase their confidence and become an Everyday Fit Entrepreneur.

In this episode we talk about:

  • The crossing over between health and entrepreneur
  • Why create a Podcast?
  • The secrets to creating an online summit
  • Advantages of online summit
  • How to structure and organize a successful online summit?
  • Tips for launching a podcast
  • How to Make Money and Have Fun Podcasting for Profit?
  • Mind-Blowing And Life-changing Podcasts
  • Marketing Strategy: Lead Magnets
  • Facebook Marketing Plan
  • Social Media Marketing Podcasts
  • Tools to Help You Work Faster & Write Better
  • Amanda’s journey of Podcasting
  • The Amazing Impact of Podcasts
  • All about snapshot technology
  • Podcast editing tips
  • How unique should a podcast be?
  • Podcasting Technical Difficulties
  • Importance of Accountability for Entrepreneur
  • Podcast Advertising: What You Need To Know
  • Reaching Your True Audience

What would’ve made it easier/What would you have changed?

Probably getting someone to help me edit it in the beginning. Honestly, I had technical difficulties the day that I launched. I had to go back and edit because I’m not the most detailed-oriented person. So when I was editing them in the beginning, it was like; “Oh, it was fine, just quick edits”.

I think I’ve got to spend time on the edits in the beginning and make sure all our technical systems are in place before launch. I think that was the major thing that would’ve made it a bit easier for me is to edit them way earlier in advance.

Which podcast should I follow, why and how often?

My own is one of them. I enjoy Lewis Howes. He’s a great guy, and I think that I like his style. He’s kind of role model of mine. I like a lot of his podcasts because all of them are not health experts and personal development people. They are people that you don’t usually hear from, like the CEO’s of huge companies who don’t do a lot of interviews. I really like that! Another one is, Pat Flynn.

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Where to find Amanda Bayerle

Website: https://thetruechallenge.com

Twitter: https://twitter.com/thetruechalleng

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/amanda.borghese.1

Instagram: https://instagram.com/amanda_bayerle/

Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/pub/amanda-bayerle/65/9a0/279

Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/amandabayerle/

Comments 1

  1. David Hooper

    Good info on getting people to text. Surprised more podcasters are not using this. If you’re doing live events, this is absolutely the best way to get people to connect with you since (almost) everybody carries a mobile phone and it takes only seconds. Also great for being able to segment lists, since you have area codes.

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