The Five Steps to Becoming Fearless When Inviting Guests Onto Your Show

Podcasts are amazing tools. They’re great for sharing content, expressing insights, interviewing those that inspire and building platforms.  With that said, starting a podcast requires a lot of legwork and a pinch of problem-solving way before you even switch on the mic to record. What about the tech, your show’s name, marketing strategies and the niche you’re targeting? There are …

The First Steps to Getting a Sponsor for Your Podcast

Podcasting is the ever-popular way of giving your brand a voice. While we’re gracing the airwaves with our own, unique messages, we spend a massive chunk of our valuable time dedicated to creating a great show. So, wouldn’t it be nice if we got a little something in our back pocket for our troubles? Aaron Fifield is a developing trader …

The How-to Guide for SEO and Your Podcast

SEO, Search Engine Optimization, is not just a stiff marketing term. SEO can be a crucial tool that can take your podcast from unknown to popular with just a few wording tweaks. As a podcaster, you may not be very aware of the effects of SEO, or even how to use it. Still, in order to broaden your audience, it’s …

Three Ways to Build Your Online Presence to Gain Podcast Listeners

When it comes to marketing your podcast, you need to be everywhere. Being omnipresent online is the key to drawing listeners to your show. But building your online presence isn’t just about posting random content willy nilly. You need to post with a purpose. On a recent episode of Should I Start a Podcast, we heard Trevor Young speak about …

How to Use a Facebook as Your Automated Salesperson

Marketing is a lot of work. Part of making a podcast successful is to market the heck out of it. Luckily, you can use the advice of seasoned professionals that know how to use social media platforms like Facebook to understand your audience, streamline your targeting process and get you the kind of customers that count- the ones that stick …

How Your Clients’ Feedback Can Inspire a Successful Healing Business

Do you suffer from crippling physical pain in your body? Have you ever wondered why some people’s physical pain remains, despite them seeking medical treatment? On this week’s episode of Bond Appetit, I sit down with founder of The Bostick Institute Jim Bostock to uncover why this is. Jim is renowned for his ability to relieve people’s physical pain quickly …

How to Create a Successful Podcast Through the Power of Listening

Allison Melody is a hugely successful podcaster. As the host of The Food Heals Podcast, she’s created 213 episodes and holds a listenership of 150,000 people. She’s also held numerous retreats, signed a book deal and created a product ecosystem around her brand.  So who better to pick their brain about how to make a living out of podcasting?  In …

The Future of Podcasting: a Never Ending Paradise

On an episode of Should I Start A Podcast, I had the chance to enter the mind of the highly productive audio entrepreneur, Chris Krimitsos. Chris is the founder of the Podfest, the Multimedia Expo and producer of The Messengers: A Podcast Documentary, as well as extensive involvement in multiple podcasts of his own.  Deflect The Onslaught of AI By Using …

How to Keep Strong for Success

On a recent episode of Bond Appetit, I spoke with Jim Bostock. Jim is one of those miraculous, multifaceted humans that has the power to heal, and is the founder and director of the Bostock Institute. He heals people by rebooting their neuromuscular system through the power of dry needling and works with all kinds of clients, including elite athletes, …

The Top Tips For Success From the Networx Podcasting Panel

“Should I Start a Podcast?” I have been asked this question so many times in my podcasting career – so much so that I created a podcast entitled exactly that, Should I Start A Podcast? to answer that very question. Hundreds of components make up the journey of a podcaster, so to hear the stories and get insight from those …