Launching a podcast is different than a blog. Here’s how to do a proper launch to take advantage of Apple’s “New & Noteworthy” category.
Anyone can start a podcast. What would yours be like? Let’s take a look at what it would take to get started, including a show concept and format, a USB mic, and free recording software.
Podcasting offers the ability to create a virtual “rolling book tour” to find new readers and turn them into fans. It’s simple to set up and run this strategy, even if you’ve never worked with audio before. Here’s an overview.
Looking at it through a media lens, Black Lives Matter is precise and powerful as a slogan. It’s direct, efficient, and airtight as an assertion. Let’s unpack the phrase to understand why it works so well.
It feels good to celebrate, with good reason. But record turnout revealed something about the coming challenges we face as a culture.
My hat’s off to all of you who shoved aside intentional roadblocks to make your voice heard. Whatever happens tomorrow, thank you all the same.
You don’t need my help. You don’t need anyone’s help.
A self-audit is not a bad thing to do, whether you are starting a business, freelancing, or seeking a job.
An agent, producer, or publisher has to make decisions based on money. If they invest in you, will they get that investment back? Will they make a profit? If the answer to these questions is, “I’m not sure,” then you are not going to get picked. It’s as simple as that. Let’s remedy that.
If we want to make change in the world, our best ideas need to be expressed with clarity, empathy, and a genuine desire to form a real connection.
After a hiatus, I relaunch Marketing Without the Marketing with a new format, new focus, and new flavor.
175 episodes is a long run. With all that’s going on, it’s safe to say that someone other than me should have the microphone. So I’ll be closing up shop for awhile. Here’s my reasoning, and a look into the foggy future.