Does it seem like every Udemy course on podcasting focuses on the wrong things?
Equipment and Software, Marketing and Distribution – the science of podcasting. All good stuff, BUT . . . beware!
A new website, new instagram handle, and a big Amazon cart may make you feel productive, but it won’t make your podcast GOOD! After all, you do want people to actually listen to this thing right?!
The truth is the ‘science’ of podcasting is table stakes, expected, the lowest common denominator. If you have google, you can figure out how to technically launch a podcast, but that’s the last thing you should do – recording your voice should literally be your LAST step. Imagine building a music studio BEFORE taking singing lessons! Pretty ridiculous, right?
Ok enough ranting.
The Art of Podcasting is packed with real world tips and examples from my 10+ years of successful podcasting. I’ve mastered the art of keeping people’s attention. The audience’s attention, the guest’s attention, the host’s . . 🙂
We focus on real tangible skills that will make you a better interviewer. Learn what I learned from the experts: I’ve been following the biggest names in podcasting and learning their unique styles my entire career. I can help you ask questions like Howard Stern, connect with guests like Oprah, and go deep without anyone noticing like Marc Maron.
Ok but who am I? Why should you care?
I’ve been lucky enough to build two successful podcasts in my life. Investing in Cannabis is the leading podcast in the exploding legal industry. I grew my baby to 50k listens & $15k profit EVERY MONTH. In my 20s, I cut my teeth in San Francisco working on This Week in Startups w/ Jason Calacanis; a legendary podcast and the go-to for the biggest names in tech.
Here’s a quick look at just some of what we cover in The Art of Podcasting:
- How to build a concept authentic to you and your audience
- How to build rapport with a guest
- How to get guests that will grow your show
- How to build a narrative people will remember
- How to prepare your notes and YOURSELF for the interview
- and much much more.
Find your online persona and your place in the creator economy! You might just be the next Joe Rogan