Once upon a time, I was afraid of recording my voice for everyone to hear. After all, who would listen to what I had to say?

Then I stopped thinking about it, and just did it: I launched my own podcast (actually several) and started receiving compliments as well as entertaining business offers.

Like writing the great American novel, podcasting is another avenue in which the barriers to entry have all but been removed. Now anyone, including you, can produce an on-demand radio program.

And chances are, you already have a lot of the equipment you need to do so. Even if you don’t have all of the expertise (or time) to produce a full show, putting together portions of it (like recording your voice) give podcast producers like myself everything we need to make each episode a success.

However, podcasting doesn’t stop there. I can show you what services you need to be on and how to best promote your program. (Think of me as that teammate you pass the ball to when you’re covered but want your team to score.)

Follow my own blog and podcast on this website, purchase one of my self-help guides, or better yet, contact me personally to get all of the help you need. If you learn one small but valuable hint from me (even if it’s a freebie) you’ll make my day. (And you’ll also start growing your business presence online too. Win-win!)

Recent Episodes

October 30, 2019

3 Questions With: Planable Co-Founder and CEO Xenia Muntean

In this episode, Joe invites a special guest to program to discuss varying degrees of content marketing workflow issues. Xenia Muntean is the co-founder and CEO of Planable, a command center of social media campaigns trusted by agencies, freelancers, and marketing teams to create, collaborate, approve and schedule. Recently featured …

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October 16, 2019

Writing blog or social media posts while traveling

Having trouble finding time or a balance with writing posts for your content marketing campaigns? Joe has the answers in today’s episode which focuses on the road warriors out there who may feel tethered to their desktop computers, but shouldn’t have to be. Among the tips are ways to multitask …

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September 4, 2019

Branding Cliches vs. Branding Consistency

Have you ever noticed what makes iconic brands “iconic”? McDonald’s sticks to their logo, the “Golden Arches” and consistently uses red and yellow throughout their branding. What does any of this have to do with content marketing you ask? Everything! On this episode Joe covers the pitfalls of using clichéd …

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