Tag Archives: podcasting

A Conversation With Jordan Harbinger

TMBA379: A Conversation With Jordan Harbinger

Date: 2017-03-09

Link: Tropical MBA

 

Tropical MBADon’t think of your clients as numbers on a spreadsheet. Help people and build a brand.

The customer comes first. The best product to sell to your customers is your product (rather than an affiliate deal).

You should only broadcast if it is a labor of love and you don’t care if anybody is listening.

Podcasting is your voice and your brand.

(With podcasting) you’re creating a job for yourself.

People that make money talk about creating art and people that create art talk about making money.

Word of mouth is still one of the best, and only, ways to hear about other (podcasts).

The Viability of SaaS, Cutting-edge Technologies, and More Listener Questions

Episode 313 | The Viability of SaaS, Cutting-edge Technologies, and More Listener Questions

Date: 2016-11-08

Link: Startups for the Rest of Us

 

Startups for the Rest of UsThe landscape of SaaS businesses is starting to become more crowded.

The low-hanging fruit (for SaaS) is more or less gone.

Developers want to invent something new. They don’t want to reinvent the wheel.

Two ways to stand out are audio and writing a book.

Setting up a podcast takes a bunch of time.

You’re not going to release ten episodes and have any type of audience. It is a long snowball that you are pushing up a hill.

If you are going to be a solopreneur/bootstrapper you are going to want to learn how to market.

As a bootstrapper you don’t want to be excited about new tech.

Levelling Up Your Podcast

TMBA347: Levelling Up Your Podcast

Date: 2016-07-28

Link: Tropical MBA

 

Tropical MBAIf you are editing your own show and posting it to the web that takes a lot of time.

Getting to know (your producer) is valuable to creating a good show.

It is easy to conflate things in your corporate life with things that were pointless and suck.

It is the discipline of the process that can set free your creativity.

Have a one hour production meeting each week.

When you set down to record you are recording assets for your show.

(Creating a podcast) never really gets easier.

Try to do one interview every week.

Transcribe every interview and segment immediately after having done it.

Rev.com for transcribing.

Production transcripts turn every conversation into an asset. Those assets become the building block for a show.