Mother’s Day is Sunday, and we’re celebrating the best way we know-how, a round-up of shows hosted by the funniest, most laugh-out-loud moms in podcasting. These ladies tell it like it is—sharing the best and not-so-best parts of motherhood.
We know we’re a little late in sharing the podcast events of 2021, but with in-person gatherings being limited and lots of rescheduling in the first couple months of the year, we thought it might be helpful to create a list with what we know so far for the rest of the year.
To build listener confidence, it’s important to show that other people like your content enough to leave a podcast review. In this post, we’ll look a bit more into the principles at work when establishing social proof with reviews and how to encourage your listeners to leave you a review.
When researching social media strategy, without fail, the first step is always: find out where your audience is. But how in the world do you do that? In this post, we’ll look at a few reasons why learning where your audience is hanging out online is so important and how to find your future fans.
As a podcaster, growing your email marketing list is a great way to continue to strengthen your fanbase and engage with your listeners on another platform. Growing your list means getting that newsletter in front of as many eyes as possible, which translates into fun work for you.
While Headliner and audiograms offer the best way to market your podcast on social media, advertising in podcast discovery newsletters is a relatively affordable way to get your show in front of engaged audiences and potential subscribers.