There's 92 Podcast Marketing Tips After This

There's 92 Podcast Marketing Tips After This
There's 92 Podcast Marketing Tips After This
Episode December 16, 2021 00:11:12

Hosted By

Matt Medeiros Stuart Barefoot

Show Notes

On this episode of the Audience podcast, Matt talks about his latest Twitter challenge and how it led to Lauren Passell, the Founder of Tink Media, Podcast the Newsletter and Editor at Hark Audio. Matt talks about Lauren’s top eight tweets (according to Matt) and Lauren joins the podcast for a few extra tips as well. This short episode is packed full of helpful advice for new podcasters, as well as some reminders and words of wisdom for veteran podcasters. So get out a pen and paper, you’re going to want to take notes.

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Today you’ll learn about:

  • Matt’s Eight Favorite Tips/Tweets:
    • Tip 1: Specificity
    • Tip 2: Switching content
    • Tip 3: Pitch emails
    • Tip 4: Working with another show
    • Tip 5: Silver bullets
    • Tip 6: Show notes
    • Tip 7: Media kits
    • Tip 8: Marketing
  • Lauren’s Favorite Tips
    • Building a community/network
    • More on marketing


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