The Audacious Podcast Course
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The Audacious Podcast Course

Learn about podcasting, how to integrate it into your business plan, and launch successfully so you are income ready.
4.5 (4 ratings)
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16 students enrolled
Created by Veronica Kirin
Last updated 4/2019
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This course includes
  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Understand how podcasting can add to (or be a) business
  • Develop your topic and target audience
  • Create your podcast name and persona
  • Understand equipment, hosting, and syndication options
  • Learn how to monetize your podcast
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Podcasting is awesome. It can offer your message a wide reach, build your authority, provide a platform for supporting others in your Audacious way, grow your tribe, and add to your business’ revenue streams. The biggest mistake new podcasters make is starting without a business plan, including who the podcast is for and how you will monetize it, and I say this from personal experience.

Getting a podcast up and running takes time, planning, and outsourcing. Ideally, it should also become self-sustaining monetarily. When I started mine I just went for it, and while being able to jump in to a new thing is admirable, the lack of planning left my podcast un-integrated in my business, with no timeline or monetization plan, and I burnt out. Now, as cohost to another successful podcast, The Angles of Lattitude Podcast, and creator of the Disruptive Entrepreneur Podcast and the Stories of COVID™ podcast, I have learned some valuable techniques for monetizing and promoting a podcast.

In this course you will learn:

  • How to integrate your podcast into an existing business

  • Things to consider in naming your podcast and choosing a target market

  • Where to find guests and how to invite them into your network

  • How to manage your social media for each episode for the biggest reach

  • What equipment you will need

  • Software options (even for the non-tech savvy!)

  • How to get studio sound in your home

  • Where to upload and syndicate your podcast

  • and How to monetize your podcast

So let’s get started!

Who this course is for:
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Business Owners
  • Podcasters
Course content
Expand all 18 lectures 01:01:28
+ Introduction
1 lecture 02:12

Welcome, orientation, and some things to think about.

Preview 02:12
+ Create Your Podcast Plan
5 lectures 15:01

A quick history of podcasting and how a podcast can build your business.

Preview 01:46

Things to consider when choosing your topic and how to research it.

Preview 03:37

Let's double check your target market for your podcast so you know how to get the word out.

Preview 01:55

Tips and tricks for naming your podcast.

Naming Your Podcast

Planning your podcast persona, format, and schedule.

Persona, Format, & Schedule
+ Find & Treat Guests
4 lectures 12:16

How to start finding guests for your podcast and how to treat them.

Finding Your First Guests

The software and things you'll need from your guests to make a seamless experience.

Scheduling & Managing Guests

Your guests are giving you their time and expertise for free.  Here's how to make it the best experience possible.

"Wowing" Guests so they Refer to You

Show notes are a critical — and often missed — step.  Here's how to make them work for you.

Write Stellar Show Notes
+ Tools & Software
3 lectures 13:46

Microphones, headphones, and how to get studio sound at home.

Necessary Equipment & Options

What you need to record and edit your podcast (even if you're not tech savvy).

Software for Recording & Editing

How to create an intro / outro for your podcast.

Creating Your Bumper (intro / outro)
+ Hosting, Publishing, & Syndicating
2 lectures 06:38

The pros and cons between hosting on your website and hosting elsewhere.

Where to Host Your Podcast Online

What programs and sites might pick up your podcast and promote it.

Syndicating Your Podcast
+ Monetizing & Scaling Your Podcast
2 lectures 11:02

The various resources for monetizing a podcast and how they work.

Understand Which Monetization Method is Right for You

Even if you're not ready to outsource, you should start planning, now.

Outsourcing Tasks to Scale
+ Conclusion
1 lecture 00:33

Congratulations!  I welcome your feedback and please share your creations.

Preview 00:33