308. Be the voice of change feat. Coss Marte

308. Be the voice of change feat. Coss Marte

Learn how to be the voice of change in your industry Did you ever wish you had a second chance at something? Ever wonder what its like for someone who lives their whole life making sure other people get second chances? Today’s conversation is with Coss Marte who was in jail for 6 years, came out to start a business …

307. How grief can turn into a gift for your audience feat. Dr. Sherry Walling

307. How grief can turn into a gift for your audience feat. Dr. Sherry Walling

Learn how grief can be a gift for your audience Wondering how to have difficult conversations with your audience? Want to know how to approach it without getting onto a soapbox? This episode with Dr Sherry Walling goes into depths of how to approach talking about difficult topics on your podcast. Why it is important and the trust it builds …

306. Manage your podcast effectively feat. Rob Walch

306. Manage your podcast effectively feat. Rob Walch

Learn how to manage your podcast effectively Did you want to become more efficient with your podcast? Did you want to learn from someone who is deep inside the podcasting world? From someone who sees more podcasts than .01% of the podcasters out there? Well, Rob Walch, who was inducted into the Podcasting Hall of Fame in 2016. He is …

305. Using your podcast as a business development tool feat. James Orsini

305. Using your podcast as a business development tool feat. James Orsini

Learn how to use your podcast as a business development tool & repurpose your content I keep talking about the power of the podcast and how it needs to be seen as a business development tool rather than a content or marketing tool. This conversation will prove and explain my point. James Orsini is the president of the Sasha Group, …

Using a podcast to run a micro multimillion dollar business

304. Using a podcast to run a micro multimillion dollar business feat. Tina Tower

Learn how to power a micro-multimillion dollar business with your podcast Ever want to know the decisions that went into creating a multimillion dollar business from scratch with your podcast as the main pillar? This is for you. This episode has some insane tips and tricks and ideas on how you can use your podcast to grow your business. Tina …

303. Make content to motivate a village using your podcast feat. Shawn Walchef

303. Make content to motivate a village using your podcast feat. Shawn Walchef

Learn how to make content to motivate a village with your podcast Did you ever want to be unique by the content you create? Do you look at others and feel like they found their niche? Do you think it easy for certain people to make content but not for you? Well this episode is going to change all that …

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302. Simple idea into a business with a podcast feat. John Lee Dumas

Learn how to take a simple idea and turn it into a business with a podcast Did you ever want to really understand how you can start from a simple idea and turn it into a multimillion dollar a year business? And a business that keeps 80% of what it makes? Well here is the secret, there is common path …

301. How to launch a podcast brand

301. How to launch a podcast brand

Learn how to launch a podcast brand Ever wanted to know how to launch your podcast? What about launching your podcast as a brand? Launching your podcast as a brand will give you more bang for your buck and will dramatically increase the trust you build in your industry. This episode is packed filled with ideas, tactics and tricks you …

Make your podcast audience love you

300. Make your podcast audience love you

We stop ourselves from creating a podcast because we don’t know what to make. We don’t know what will make our audience love us. We struggle to link all the amazing things we’ve done into a podcast concept for a certain audience. All this leads to us creating just another generic podcast that everyone else has made before. Well, until …

298. Selling from your podcast

298. Selling from your podcast

Business has only 1 purpose. That is profit. To achieve profit selling is key. But how do you sell from your podcast without being too salesy or too vague with what you are creating. Its a topic that is important to gain perspective on for every business owner that has a podcast because there is no reason to just do …

Grow your podcast audience using Pinterest

297. Grow your podcast audience using Pinterest

Do you want to grow your audience on your podcast from Pinterest? This episode is for you because we cover how think about it, how to use its’ principles to get to know your audience better and make useful content for them. Which really is the key to your whole content strategy really. So, I guarantee you will get something …

How to Pitch with your podcast

296. How to pitch with your podcast

Do you want use your podcast to pitch for things that other can’t get? Yes. From access to cool events, to making collaborations that others can only dream about. This is the conversation you need to hear. Every business owner can use their podcast to get things their business can benefit from.  In this episode you will: Learn how to …

295. Business Development using a podcast with Cliff Ravenscraft

295. Business Development using a podcast with Cliff Ravenscraft

How do you use your podcast to build a business you love? Or more importantly, how do you use a podcast to grow your business by making it the most effective business development tool for your business. Today we have Cliff Ravenscraft in the house and we ask him some pretty interesting questions about using your podcast as a business …

How to avoid Podfade

294. How to avoid ‘PodFade’

Are you getting fatigued making your podcast? Are you thinking, there must be an easier way to sustain this podcast? Well, most of us go through the phase of requiring inspiration for sustaining our podcast, but also about funding the making of it. This conversation is entirely focused on that.  In this episode you will: Learn what it means as …

How to be a 'Professional Podcaster

293. Be a ‘Professional Podcaster’

As business owners starting our own podcast means lots of spinning plates and moving parts. In the pursuit of keeping all those plates spinning, we might forget what it means to be a professional podcaster. This conversation is entirely focused on that.  In this episode you will: Learn what it means to be a ‘Professional Podcaster’ Understand how to avoid …

Lead magnets for your podcast

292. Lead magnets for your podcast

As business owners with a podcast, one of our main goals is to get our listeners that are prefect fits, to raise their hands and say – “Hey, I want to work with you. I think you can help me”. This episode is all about that. How do you create something of value and transformation that gets your ideal client …

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283. Upgrading Your Podcast Listeners into Business Clients

Having worked with thousands of business owners to create a podcast for their business, I’ve created The Recurring Results Roadmap for Podcasters™. It’s a step-by-step guide to growing your business to 7+ figures using your podcast. Importantly, it removes the guesswork so you know exactly what to focus on at all times to generate that recurring revenue. The best part? …

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281. Tactics to grow your podcast audience

Getting more listeners is something all podcasters spend a great deal of time and energy on. But how do you grow your podcast audience in an authentic, organic way that actually works? On This Episode Of Should I Start A Podcast…. Growing your podcast audience is about focusing on the individual listener. When it comes to getting more listeners to …

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280. Podcast for business

Your podcast is a fantastic marketing tool for your business. But you need to know what you’re doing to be able to create that mutualism. On This Episode Of Should I Start A Podcast…. Use your podcast as a display case for your business. This superstar Clubhouse panel examined the best strategies for benefiting your business through your podcast. While …

166. Chris Krimitsos on the Business Benefits of Podcasting and How To Grow In The Modern Era of Audio

There are big changes advancing on the horizon, and if you haven’t stocked your business bunker with the right survival kit, you could be in for a bumpy ride.  Welcome to Should I Start A Podcast where each week Ronsley Vaz, with the help of a star-studded entrepreneurial guest lineup, explores why you should start a podcast; build an audience, …

132. Taking Responsibility for Your Show, Being Unique and Using Silence with Tim Reid

Success is not an easy thing to reach in the business world. With a myriad of business boosting information out there, finding what could benefit you most is half the challenge. Welcome to Should I Start A Podcast where each week Ronsley Vaz, with the help of a star-studded entrepreneurial guest lineup, explores why you should start a podcast; build …

130. James Tuckerman on How To Repurpose Your Content For Better Promotion

What if you were to learn that with just 30 minutes of audio, you were able to create a myriad of wallet friendly promotional content? Welcome to Should I Start A Podcast where each week Ronsley Vaz, with the help of a star-studded entrepreneurial guest lineup, explores why you should start a podcast; build an audience, and how to keep …

126. Ronsley Vaz on ‘Selfish’ Giving, Using Business for Good and Knowing That You Are Enough

Finding a way to give back to your community through you day to day activities is the perfect situation, and it’s something that all of us can do with a little planning. Welcome to Should I Start A Podcast where each week Ronsley Vaz, with the help of a star-studded entrepreneurial guest lineup, explores why you should start a podcast; …

114. Why Writing a Book Can Change Your Business (and Life) with Ronsley Vaz and Laura Petersen

When Ronsley Vaz and Laura Petersen get together, great conversation is inevitable. On the latest episode of Copy that Pops, that’s exactly what happened. The two connected to discuss everything from education to psychology. But the real crux of the conversation was how Ronsley’s recent decision to write a book has changed the way he looks at business and his …

112. Ronsley Vaz on Doing Good (and Doing it Well)

This episode of Should I Start a Podcast sees Ronsley heading over to the Do Well & Do Good podcast with Dorothy Illson, a show that promotes the idea of being both successful and philanthropic. Throughout the episode, Ronsley recounts the story of how he went from being more than $400,000 in debt to running a successful company and several …

110. Kyree Oliver on Successful Marketing, Cutting Through the Crap and Winning at Social Media

When you meet a 24-year-old, you might not be interested in their advice on business and life. But what if that 24-year-old had already built a thriving business and established themselves as a thought leader in the marketing space? Kyree Oliver has done exactly that as the owner of Influkz Interactive, a social marketing and consulting company based in the …

105. Ronsley Vaz on Content, Helping Others and Productization with Mel Telecican

Most people would argue that the point to a business is all about making money. While this argument does have merit, after all, without the money to sustain itself, no business would be able to continue. It’s this argument that Ronsley challenges on this episode of Should I Start a Podcast. Ronsley turns the interview wheel over to one of …

92. Ronsley At We Are Podcast 2016 – Podcasting, Sales Philosophy and Leveraging the Power of Conversations

Ronsley is the founder and chief daydreamer at Amplify. He is an author, speaker and serial entrepreneur. He has a Masters’ degree in Software Engineering and an MBA in Psychology and Leadership. He is known as the creator of We Are Podcast – the first podcasting conference in the southern hemisphere, and the host of The Bond Appetit podcast and …

91. Ed Dale on Understanding Your Tribe, the Power of Crowdfunding and an Undying Love of Podcasts

Curious to know about how piano stool restoration, underwater kickboxing, sugar cookies and the Red Cross are connected? If so, you’ll not want to miss this episode of Should I Start a Podcast. This instalment features a special appearance from Ed Dale – the founder of The Challenge and MagCast, and the author of Your First Dollar. In the episode, …

90. Steph Taylor on Hustling, Wildbloom Creative and Searching for Freedom

Keen to hear an inspirational story about someone quitting their job in search of more? Then today’s episode of Should I Start A Podcast is definitely for you. In this show, I had the pleasure of sitting down with Stephanie Taylor. Steph is an ex-corporate accountant turned entrepreneur and digital marketer. Steph is smart, precocious and determined – she left …

Ep.89 Bruce Wawrzyniak Starting a Podcast- Here's What You Need to Know

89. Tips and Tricks from Veteran Podcaster, Bruce Wawrzyniak

If you want to hear tips and advice from the Godfather of podcasting himself, Mr Bruce Wawrzyniak, then now is your chance. Bruce is the founder of Now Hear This, a Tampa-based communications agency and my latest guest on Should I Start A Podcast, and he and I have a truly insightful conversation full of useful information for any newcomers …

Ep.88 Tony Loyd on How to Avoid Podcast Flop and Find Success in a Startup

88. Tony Loyd on How to Avoid Podcast Flop and Find Success in a Startup

Today on the Should I Start A Podcast show, I talk to Tony Loyd: first-time caller and long-term friend. Tony has had quite a remarkable career as an executive with various Fortune 500 companies, but after he felt too much of a conflict between himself and his corporate position, he left in search of a more favourable role that could …

87. Curious to Know How Podcasters Make Money? Then Listen to This…

This week on Should I Start A Podcast I chat to my friend, Michael Bromley. One half of the dynamic duo behind the very popular blog and podcast BeyondBillables, Mike is as authentic as they come. He’s unafraid to talk about big issues and realness, and is upfront in his desire to help people. Mike’s got fingers in many different …

82. Rebroadcast: Why Email is Key When You Have A Podcast with Adam Franklin

Adam Franklin is the co-author of Web Marketing That Works. His popular presentation will teach you an email marketing formula that you can take back to work and start using immediately. Based on Adam’s results of getting double the industry open-rate on email campaigns, you’ll learn how to send entertaining email marketing campaigns that people love to open. Plus, he hosts a top rating …

81. Amber Hawken Talks Teaching, Podcasting, and The ‘F’ Word

Hello, and welcome to a new episode of Should I Start A Podcast. Today I have the immense pleasure of talking to a good friend of mine, Amber Hawken. Amber is a podcast host, YouTuber, author, life coach, mentor and teacher. Qualified in a variety of different things like Mindfulness-based Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Neuro-linguistic Programming and Deep State Repatterning Therapy …

79. The Art of Disruption: An Interview with Ronsley by Ray Milidoni

Placing a solid foundation for crafting success and setting up his future in the world of business and entrepreneurship, Ray Milidoni carries an abundance of corporate experience across a range of industries. His experience has seen him found several businesses, including the creation of an innovative web agency at the age of only 15. Since then, Ray has moved forward …

78. It’s No Secret… Tyson Franklin’s Journey from Podiatry to Podcasting

If you’ve ever wondered how you can increase profits in business while saving time and improving your lifestyle, then Tyson Franklin is someone you definitely want to check out. A podiatrist by trade, Tyson – AKA Dr T – has been killing it in the entrepreneurial space for the past 26 years, buying and selling over 20 podiatry clinics. He’s …

76. Rebroadcast: How to Get a Lot of Reviews and Ratings on Your Podcast with Amanda Bayerle

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 …

75. Rebroadcast: How to Get the Best out of Your Podcast Interview with Jeff Brown

Jeff Brown is the former co-host of an award-winning and nationally syndicated morning show, an award-winning production director and copywriter, and the creator and host of the successful Read to Lead Podcast where he has interviewed a number of New York Times bestselling authors including Dan Miller, Daniel Pink, Chris Brogan, Gary Vaynerchuk, and Simon Sinek just to name a …

74. Rebroadcast: How Do You Decide Between Your Passion Podcast and Your Business Podcast with Warrick Bidwell

Warrick Bidwell grew up son of a tradie builder. Warrick had planned to follow in his father’s footsteps and join his building business,  but after some encouragement he instead became first of his extended family to attend university. After attending the university Warrick went on to work for some of Australia’s biggest companies in accounting and sales roles, eventually leading …

73. About Amplify Framework with Yann Ilunga

Yann Ilunga is a polyglot (speaks Italian, English, French, German and some Finnish), web entrepreneur originally from Locarno in the Italian-speaking part of Switzerland, now living in Helsinki, Finland. After Yann received his Master’s degree in social sciences with a major in Media & Global Communication, he decided to take the leap and become a web entrepreneur. He’s all about taking …

72. How Podcasting Can Help People in the Creative Industries with Elle Roberts

Elle Roberts is a multi-passionate creative coach, business mentor, dreamer, writer, speaker and entrepreneur. She loves working with clients to help them with their business planning, social media, marketing, goal setting and digital strategies so they can focus on doing the work they love. She has a passion for all things handmade and arty, so working with crafty and creative clients fills her with joy. She is outgoing …

71. On The “I’m Lovin’ Ya Work” Podcast with Rowan MacKey

Rowan MacKey in an aspiring journalist and broadcaster. He’s still 23 years of age and lives in South Geelong, Victoria, Australia. He went to University of Canberra, one of Australia’s top universities for getting a job. As Rowan was starting his adventure outside of school, he was curious about the things that he has been seeing in society. Having a lot …

70. Rebroadcast: Profitable Hospitality and How to Best Interview Your Guest with Ken Burgin

Ken Burgin has been actively involved in hospitality for more than 25 years. First as the owner of Caffe Troppo in Sydney, and then working with restaurants, hotels and cafes in an advisory role. His resource website ProfitableHospitality.com is used by business owners and managers all around the world. Ken likes to use webinars and podcasts as another way to …

69. Rebroadcast: Build an Online Business Around Your Podcast and Travel the World with Timothy Moser

Timothy Moser of the ACE Productivity podcast and the founder of MasterofMemory.com, grew up in the country helping to care for his family’s farm and online business. Milking goats were not uncommon to this guy! Even with a humble background Timothy had enough drive and passion for pursuing his dream of starting a business that could provide him the lifestyle …

68. Rebroadcast: The Secrets to Getting Your Podcast Sponsored with Aaron Fifield

Aaron Fifield is a developing trader and host of the Chat With Traders podcast. Each week he interviews successful traders and financial thought-leaders to extract their best insights. On the trading front, Aaron is learning how to code and pursuing algorithmic trading systems. He also runs his own graphics and web design company. In this episode we talk about: Everything …

67. Rebroadcast: Introvert Podcaster to Award Nomination in Less Than 60 Days with Petra Jones

Petra Jones is the host of the very popular podcast, The Mumpreneur Show. On this show, Petra Jones interviews real mums who are also entrepreneur podcast, bloggers, makers of handmade products, social media gurus and guests that are an extremely motivating force for an audience who wants education, inspiration to help them grow their small business. As a host, she …

66. Rebroadcast: How to use Facebook to Leverage Your Podcast Content with Phil McGregor

As an ex-Intelligence Officer, Phil uses the same intelligence principles to catch customers as he once did to catch criminals. He has a strong reputation for being Australia’s leading expert on Facebook Marketing. He has presented to thousands of business owners and marketers both nationally and internationally on the power of Facebook marketing. Phil McGregor is the founder of Ads …