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Podcasting Best Practices

July 27th, 2016

Episode 101 of 159 episodes

Podcasting Best Practices written by John Jantsch read more at Duct Tape Marketing Marketing Podcast withJessica Rhodes I love podcasting, but not for the same reason so many other people are hyping it right now. Yes, you can build a business and make a bunch of money podcasting - just like you could five years ago with blogging. But the reason I love it and promote it for every small business is because it's an awesome way to create content and a sneaky way to build authority and make connections. It's not really that sneaky, but for years I've used podcasting to connect with interesting people, leaders, and people that could enhance my brand. Now, you can connect with thought leaders, but you can also connect with potential clients. Let's say you target CEOs of mid-sized firms. Why not start a show that focuses on the challenges and success of CEOs of mid-sized firms. Awesome content, expert status for you, and maybe, just maybe you get access to a prospect that would never pay attention to your sales ovations. My guest for this week's episode of the Duct Tape Marketing Podcast is Jessica Rhodes, CEO and Founder of Interview Connections, a source for booking podcast guests.Jessica and I talk aboutwhat it takes to give a good interview on both ends of the spectrum - as the interviewer, as well as the person being interviewed. Jessica knows the podcast industry. She is thehost of the web TV show, Interview Connections TV, the Rhodes to Success podcast and she'sa co-host of The Podcast Producers, selected by Apple as a "How to Podcast" show in iTunes. Questions I ask Jessica Rhodes: As an interviewer, what’s your advice on where to find great guests? When you're a guest on a show, what are5 things you could do that willnever get you booked again? Can you make money in being a podcast guest? What you’ll learn if you give a listen: How interviewing your target market, versus major influencers or celebrities, can lead to greater opportunities Why it’s important to have clearcontent on your website if you want to be pitched What the "right" way to interview is and the questions/mannerisms you should avoid Learn more about Jessica Rhodesand Interview Connectionsby clicking here.

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