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So what do you think? I know we want our podcasts to rock… to be good. But do we want that process to be quick? Do we want it to be cheap?
I think the common desire is that we want it GOOD, QUICK, and CHEAP! But the reality is, you can only pick 2 of those 3.
I talk about this business mindset and how that applies to us growing our podcasts, monetizing our podcasts, offering services and products to our listeners and clients, and so forth.
I also had a great question come in about what I would do differently, knowing what I know now, if I were to relaunch Profitcast or start a new podcast. This got me thinking and I came up with one big one that I definitely would have done but also a few others that I hope will be beneficial to you, not only if you had the desire to relaunch or start a new podcast, but also if you were wanting to grow your podcast now… where it’s currently at.
So what do you think? Good and Quick? Or Good and Cheap? I’m assuming you prefer good either way. :)
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The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
- Knowing what I know now, if I were to relaunch Profitcast or start a new podcast, what would I do differently?
- 1) Find a way to hire someone to coach me to launch correctly and set my podcast up for maximum success, growth, and monetization – if I was SERIOUS about my podcast. BUT, if it’s a hobby, then I wouldn’t do that.
- 2) Make sure the NAME of your podcast is simple and explains, CLEARLY, what you are going to be doing
- 3) Set Yourself Apart or YOU WILL GET LOST
- 4) Have more CONFIDENCE
- Be the best YOU – know your strengths, talents, passions, etc.
- Know your target listener/avatar
- The Good, The Quick, and The Cheap Podcast
- You have 3 Options – Good, Quick, and Cheap… BUT you can ONLY pick 2
- Growing your podcast and monetizing (since I brought up coaching as the main thing I’d change if I relaunched or started a new podcast):
- Personalized coaching – direct personalized help to figure out where you’re at and provide solutions to the problems you’re facing
- One-size-fits-all courses/coaching – great if you’re wanting to DIY, take your own time, but still have the general guidance and help to get where you need to go – but wouldn’t necessarily be specific to YOU and your podcast
- DIY – research on your own, learn everything you need to know, then aggregate the information, and apply it without any help
- What YOU offer in YOUR podcast/business and how that applies