Dave Jackson has been podcasting since 2005. He has helped thousands of podcasters launch their podcasts. He is a 2018 inductee into the Academy of podcasters Hall of Fame.
If you can't promote yourself in Facebook, how do you grow your audience? Are the days of "just use social" behind us? Dave and Jim talk about this subject and many more. SPONSOR: Podcastbranding.co When you have great artwork it pays for itself every time you use it on another directory, website, handout, etc. Mark is a podcaster and a great graphic artist who works with you to make sure your artwork, logo, or website matches your brand.  TIMELINE: 01:07 Sponsor: podcastbranding.co 02:32 Mugshot: Dog Podcast Network 03:16 Multitrack on Streamyard 08:06 Fast, Good, Cheap 13:25 Spotify Stream On Presentation 16:18 Spotify and WordPress 17:23 Different Modes in Clubhouse 18:16 Can You Connect a Zoom P4 to Clubhouse 20:57 What's Wrong with my Brick? 25:03 Podcasting is Global 26:32 Thanks To Our Awesome Supporters 30:17 How will Clubhouse and Podcasting Integrate? 34:41 Bad ad Insertion 35:25 Clubhouse Privacy Issues 36:50 Clubhouse vs Twitter Spaces 40:02 Plugin to Import RSS Feed 43:13 Wix Podcasting Tool is Bad For Downloads 44:01 Squarespace Feeds 46:21 Jim's Son Almost Died 50:47 Podcorn Advertising? 53:44 Feedback on a Show Name Every week Dave Jackson from the School of Podcasting and Jim Collison from the Average Guy Network answer your podcast questions. This episode 334 is part of the Power of Podcasting Network. Save When You Start Your Podcast Use the coupon code ask when you join the School of Podcasting at www.schoolofpodcasting.com/ask Mentioned In This Episode hardwareonthesquare.com The Snowboard Project 9thgradeexperience.com Podpage (build a website in five minutes) Learn Podcpage with this free course
Check out the show at https://www.inourlifepodcast.com Description: This podcast is where hosts Charley and April share some of their life experiences with you, the listener. Join us as we discuss travel, family, loss, sports, and even some of the challenges we’ve faced as an interracial couple living in the South. We hope to enlighten and entertain you as you bear witness to the things we love (and even some we don’t) that happen to be In Our Life. Review: This podcast is where hosts Charley and April share some of their life experiences with you, the listener. Join us as we discuss travel, family, loss, sports, and even some of the challenges we’ve faced as an interracial couple living in the South. We hope to enlighten and entertain you as you bear witness to the things we love (and even some we don’t) that happen to be In Our Life. I liked that you started right out of the gate, and got right to the subject. You educated us a bit about what a LDR is and what the typical LDR looks like. You mention that communication is key to a relationship (any relationship). You make this point twice. You have that cute couple thing going on. Be careful. While you didn't do it in this episode, you may suffer from the curse of knowledge. This is where you guys laugh, etc at something because of your history. Remember your audience doesn't share your experiences. There were some things in the show like how far you were separated, and who had what list that could go a little smoother with some episode planning. This wasn't horrible, but if you know the points you're going to hit, then you can have that information ready. I need to go listen to your episode on race. As someone who grew up in an all-white bubble, I'm sure there are things that happened in your life that just weren't part of my upbringing. After last year and George Floyd, I'm always open for new insights, but that's not what this show is about. However, if you wanted to stand out from every other podcast about "whatever we talk about" then you have a viewpoint not everyone shares. This sounds like a hobby podcast as you are going to cover all sorts of topics. Just remember you need to make people do one or more of the following: Laugh Cry Think Groan Educate Entertain If you're not doing at least one of those, you're boring. Try to do more than one. Get Reviewed at www.podcastrodeoshow.com Find out more at https://podcast-rodeo.pinecast.co
We've All Pushed Through Awkward Moments of Being Vulnerable Do you remember your first real kiss? I was with my first girlfriend. I was probably 14? I was scared to death. There was no internet, and for me, nobody to ask? So I went in for the kiss and kissed her in a very TV-friendly way. I stopped and said, "Let's try that again" and I figured out what to do. I tried everything I could to avoid falling in love with my first wife. I had told her over and over that I didn't want anything serious, but here we were a year later and a year later I was in love with her. Sitting in front of her house I said, "I need to tell you something," and then proceeded to tell her I liked her a lot. I backed it up, and then said, "I love you." These are scary things to do. You put yourself out there, and if you do it wrong you get some feedback, and you tweak yourself.  Over the past two weeks, I've had meeting after meeting with members of my audience (one at a time). Some of them were current or past members of the School of Podcasting, and others I had never met (but they were listeners to my show). Today I talked about what I learned and why you should seriously consider it. If the Words "Focus Group" Makes You Uncomfortable, then Think of It as Coaching So many people who are experts in their field still used coaches. Hank Haney served as Tiger Woods' coach from 2004-2010. During that span, Woods won six of his 15 career major championships. The two were very close while they worked together, and Woods credits a ton of his success to Haney's teachings. Here are some more people who even after their enormous success still have coaches: Richard Branson  Oprah Winfrey Tony Robbins Leonardo DiCaprio Serena Williams Metallica We all need people who give us feedback. That is how we improve. - Bill Gates Is This Just a Plug To Get Me To Hire You As A Coach? While I have the Podcast Rodeo Show which looks at your first impression and the Podcast Review Show that looks at your whole episode, website, and we have you fill out a form to discuss the goals of the show, if you want to know what content your audience wants and needs, the best place to go is your audience.  I'm Still A Shy Guy at Heart People don't believe it, but underneath it all I'm fairly shy. So the thought of reaching out to my email list and asking them for their input made me a little nervous. This was especially true if someone was a current or previous member of the School of Podcasting. This is where you have to change your attitude.  When I went to college for my first degree, I was a waiter. To be a good waiter, you listen to your customer and give them exactly what they ordered. As I got on zoom, I just said to myself it's like being a waiter again.  I Should've Done This Years Ago I sent out an email with the subject line of, "I need your help...." and explained that I was going to rebuild the School of Podcasting from the ground up and I wanted to talk to them. Here are some of the things that I gained from doing this exercise: I have a visual of what my audience looks like.  I got two people who will be future guests I got to see what was working in my show In regards to the School of Podcasting, I'm glad to say that the things people want, are often already being delivered. I learned that I might want to reorganize some of the content in the School of Podcasting. I heard some answer repeated. This is proof of concept that the tutorials I have are the right tutorials. I got a couple of great questions that I will be using for the "Question of the Month" in the future. There is nothing to be afraid of as these people are your listeners. If anything they might "fanboy" out a bit which is flattering.  When You're Too Close to the Subject There was one comment that came up twice that in one way surprised me, and yet upon thinking about it, it makes perfect sense. When I asked if there were any lessons in the School of Podcasting that they found confusing. Most people were so much confused, but wanted me to go deeper into subjects, The lesson? My lesson on Libsyn.com. What is this surprising? Because I've worked there for over five years. Why does this make sense? The curse of knowledge. I went too fast.  This was exactly the kind of feedback I was looking for.  Don't Do This on a Group Call While I could've held this as a "Town Hall" type of meeting, I enjoyed connecting one on one and giving my listener my undivided attention. I know for many of us who are introverts, podcasting is a great way to reach many people without meeting many people, but I'm here to tell you that time is too important to waste. If you were headed in the wrong direction wouldn't you want your GPS to alert you? Well, your audience is your GPS on the road to delivering value.  Start Your Podcast Today If you want to learn how to connect with your audience by creating great content that inspires them to tell a friend, JOIN the School of Podcasting.  Because Of My Podcast: I'm an Advisor in Hollywood Jerry Williams is the producer and host of the FBI retired case file review podcast. She's on a mission to show you who the FBI is and what the FBI does through her interviews with retired agents about some of the FBI biggest cases, and some investigations you've never heard about.  She said, "A couple of years ago, I wrote a book called FBI myths and misconceptions, a manual for armchair detectives, which uses quotes and snippets, from my podcast interviews to debunk cliches about the FBI, and books, TV and movies. Because of that book and because of my podcast, last summer I was contacted by two different Hollywood Studios. Now I am under contract with FX network, which is owned by Disney, and Warner Brothers and Bad Robot as a technical consultant on two TV shows that are going to be released later this fall. Now, I'm not going to name-drop, but if you look up Bad Robot, you'll get to see who I get to hang out with talking to the writers on zoom or the phone a few hours a week as a lot of fun and good pay. Now, I think this is pretty cool because of my podcast story. When I started FBI retired case file review five years ago, the purpose of the podcast was to help me sell more books. I am an author, getting ready to publish my fifth book, crime fiction and nonfiction about the FBI. However, based on my own experiences as an FBI agent, and because I've now interviewed more than 222 former colleagues, I'm pretty knowledgeable about most of the FBI violations. But I never thought of myself as a technical consultant. But now I am. Thanks, Dave for letting me share my because of my podcast story, love your show." Transcribed by https://otter.ai Scott Johnson's What Was That Like Connecting With His Audience Thanks to Scott for letting me clips from his latest episode of What Was That Like? Podcast. It showed over and over how engaged your audience is with your content. You hear everyone spreading your show via word of mouth and downloading ALL of your episodes when they find it. Glad to hear your hard work is paying off and I wish you continued success. Mentioned In This Episode What Was That Like Podcast No Agenda Show Podcasters Roundtable Jerri Willams Check out Jerri's Amazon Page Zoom Meeting Software Talk about Talk Podcast Podcast Rodeo Show (Review Your Show) Podcast Review Show Time Table 02:57 Because of My Podcast:: Jerri Williams 06:53 Everyone Needs a Coach 10:47 What Was That Like - Examples of Engaged Audiences 16:19 What I Gained (and you can too) 19:44 You're Too Close 23:48 THEY SAID MY NAME! 26:38 Clubhouse App Is Spying On You? 32:46 My Dad's Podcast 35:01 Bloopers  
If you're can't come up with a subject you want to podcast about, then maybe this is not the best time to start a podcast. Sponsor: PodcastBranding.co If you need artwork, logos, website, or anything you want to look professional, then go talk to Mark at podcastbranding.co and he will make your brand look amazing Today Dave and Jim help answer questions on the following Subjects: 00:03:35 I Don't Know What To Podcast About? 00:06:14 Legalities of Recording Clubhouse 00:09:29 Mark Cuban is Creating a Clubhouse Competitor 00:10:10 Zoom Alternatives 00:16:53 A Curling Podcast? 00:19:35 Ecamm Call Recorder 00:22:26 $200 on a Mixer? (Get a P4 Instead) 00:23:42 How to Get ideas for Episodes 00:25:34 Our Awesome Supporters 00:28:57 Dog Cancer Answers 00:30:38 Season Numbering 00:33:31 Podcast Planner? 00:34:26 Shotgun Mic? movo vxrt10 00:37:29 Should I Move Off Soundcloud? 00:40:10 New and Noteworthy Bad Information 00:42:41 Podcast Rodeo Show 1 Star Review 00:44:51 Turn Your Review Into a T-Shirt 00:45:31 Krip for Noise Reduction 00:48:32 Podfest Global Next Week Support the Show See www.askthepodcastcoach.com/store Every week Dave Jackson from the School of Podcasting and Jim Collison from the Average Guy Network answer your podcast questions. This episode 333 is part of the Power of Podcasting Network  
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Birthdate
Feb 8th, 1965
Location
Akron, OH, USA
Episode Count
8207
Podcast Count
171
Total Airtime
2 months, 1 week
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