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School of Podcasting


Aug 29, 2022

I met Toby at Podcast Movement Evolutions and he gave me his book Narrow Podcasting in which he gives step-by-step strategies to grow your business using podcasting. The main strategy is to interview your potential customer. I get that strategy, but what about the listener? Toby is the "Pro" behind the Pro Editing service at Blubrry, and runs his own podcasting services at narrowpodcasting.com So I brought Toby on to talk about it. 

PLEASE NOTE: This was recorded before Podcast Movement 2022 in Dallas which had some controversies.

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Narrow Podcasting With Toby Goodman

In our discussion with Toby we learn:

  • Why did he write his book
  • What is the Podlationship Cycle?
  • The Criteria Toby Uses to Select His Guests
  • What is a good podcast?
  • Do Audiograms Work?
  • What can a person expect from the Narrow Podcasting Course?

For more information on Toby, his book and his course. Check out

www.narrowpodcasting.com/sop

QUESTION OF THE MONTH

I need your answer by the end of August 2022

This month's question comes from Dave from Walking is Fitness which is a daily 10-minute podcast designed to help listeners find a little extra motivation to get out for a fitness walk every single day. 

THE QUESTION:
Most podcast hosts have a target listener. And I would imagine like most podcasts, there are certain themes and topics that I know that are of greater interest to my target listener.

 How often do you return to these key topics?

Go to www.schoolofpodcasting.com/question

When you answer tell us about your show (including the WEBSITE ADDRESS).

Where I Will Be?

I look forward to seeing you all, please come up and say high. To see my full itinerary, go to schoolofpodcasting.com/where

Join the School of Podcasting
When you join the School of Podcasting you can quit worrying about:

Are people going to listen to me? (Yes, cause I'll show you how to see what they want).

Am I going to sound stupid? (No, as I'll show you the magic of editing)

It will cost a million dollars (No, I'll have you sounding like a million bucks without spending a million bucks). 

I don't anything about this technology (You said the same thing about driving). 

Get access to:
Step-by-step tutorials, live group coaching, a mastermind group filled with brilliant podcasting minds,  and the ability to schedule as many one-on-one quick fix calls as you like at no extra charge. 
Join worry-free with a 30-day money-back guarantee 

Go to www.schoolofpodcasting.com/start

Mentioned In This Podcast

You Podcast Consultant

Narrow Podcasting Site

Narrow Podcasting Book

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