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"dave jackson" Discussed on Ask the Podcast Coach
"Store. We sell premium cigars one out of a thousand people use my product. So if I advertise and they say Oh we have ten thousand Rita's I got a chance at ten people and how much is the ad It's astronomical. The cost of this. Terrible. We are when you if you are a premium cigar and you advertise on the authority. No there's not millions of people that are listening but every person is listening hears about that product right? One hundred percent of them. Direct target marketing. What's better than that and as a businessman myself I'm able to explain that to the potential advertiser. Basically businessman-to-businessman and explain to them. This is why this works. You're in a good situation. If you end up doing this, give it a try. If you're unhappy stop and hyper niche actually benefits you Dave Jackson unite talk about that idea of hyper niche all the time anything to add to that well I just I it it does work the more niece you get also the more you can charge. Because, you have that person's target audience but you mentioned that you found this it's I I often say sometimes you come up with a product and it's not your idea. It's it's it's the best idea what it comes from your audience and they go hey, I do that but have you had have tried anything like, Hey, let's start this on the wall and see what happens and then it didn't work. My God. So I wrote a book of of a Commotion End up working if I ever wrote a book. Like Encyclopedia Osama bin of what didn't work. But just like you say when I find something that does work, it becomes the annual event that even goes for podcast episodes. So we ended up having a Grand Slam on a certain podcast episode the Best Cigar of the year episode it worked out it was a good listener everybody was engaged guess what every year we have A. Cigar of the episode and before you know it eleven years into it. Half my calendars is all set from things that worked over eleven years, and we have to come up with things. Don't forget every year you have a contenders pack contended that. COULD HAVE BEEN A. Shows and In order to do a podcast on such a niche product, right? We're talking to world tobacco leafs. How do you talk about two hours and how do you talk about if a two hours for eleven years?.
"dave jackson" Discussed on For the Love of Podcast
"So what helped with that is I had somebody that I said Hey, like you'd mentioned what am I big pet peeves make me adjust the volume I can't do that while I'm driving come on that's that's an easy fix and a couple other things I pointed out and they came back And said, wow, you know what I was too close to the trees to see the forest. Thank you so much. I've done this I've done that and I'm now getting better feedback from my audience and that's what it was like okay. I am helping people but sometimes you've got to find out that your baby's ugly and going to find something to do about it and most of its. That's right and you gotta be willing asked I asked somebody who sent me a really nice. No I love your show bucket. Thank you what critical feedback he's in the podcast and space. So he gave me like very detailed specific things on my editing about some volume, my intro and I appreciate it 'cause feedback is a gift in for the listeners. Out there who are maybe more resistant to feedback treated as a gift because that's exactly what it is speaking of gifts. One of the greatest gifts of podcasting is the relationships you build not only with interviewing people but with your audience and you talk about it starts with the relationships and those relationships exists when you provide value when you talk about the relationships. One of the things that I really love in your book is talking about fanning the flames you highlight Pat Flynn you highlight Taylor swift story. There's any number of ways that we can connect with our audience. Maybe you could share some of the stories in ways in which I love how you send videos. It's kind of weird because especially doing this book tour everybody keeps introducing me and I'm like. Is there somebody? Else in the room because they're like, this guy is the best and I'm like really because to me I'm just a dude on a spare bedroom talking to a microphone. So that's always kind of weird but I have to acknowledge that. Okay. I am the guy in their ears and when the guy in their ear sends them an email and they're like I get Giddy last week speaking of Pat Flynn he was. Doing a live thing and I put something in the chat. He's like Oh Dave Jackson is in the house. He goes man if you don't know Dave you showed he's this great guy in podcasting Bob Bob Llanos like pats wins by name. He's a great guy. So if that works for me, it would work for the people listen to you. If there's any way you can respond to the email respond to the..
"dave jackson" Discussed on For the Love of Podcast
"With this company school of Podcasting, and he's pretty much a legend in the space. But as you'll see, he's an advocate for getting to what he calls the meat and potatoes meaning LEAD WITH VALUE NOT A. Long introduction. So enough doubt him. Let's talk about the highlights from this episode as just alluded to we talk about the common mistakes made with the intro and how important it is to create a great first impression I asked him about several things that may make him throw up a little bit in his mouth. We dive into some interview strategies. You'RE GONNA WANNA, get a pen and paper ready. We also talk about how to get real feedback not the type of feedback that you get when you send it to your mom we also learned what he means when he says you need to fan the flames and connect with your audience. He also shares ideas for monetization and his new book just came out on that very topic. We also do a lightning round that gives us a snapshot into his favorite tools and platforms. Okay. Enough setup. Let's get into the impetus. Dave Jackson thanks for being on for the love of podcast. Billy. Thanks for having me man. Glad to be here. Okay I'm GonNa Start by reading your linked in biography no. I'm not GONNA do that I'm entirely kidding we'll get into the intros in a minute but before we do I, want to look back in time and look at your sixteen year old introverted self and I want to know what would you tell that person knowing the journey that you've been on over the last however many years censor sixteen year old self what would you tell that person I would say I know you just got fired for being too shy which is a true story but in about Twenty years, you're gonNA make a living talking in front of groups of people, and that kid will look at me and a no way that's going to happen Bene- fund ride. You've established yourself in this space in so many important ways and I'm chomping at the bit to get at. So many would call meaty topics I. Think the probably the best place to begin is thinking about the beginning of a show which I just alluded to would I know you focus on? Is that initial first impression I have become addicted to the podcast.
OOPS! I Screwed Up!
"It's a big podcast David Hooper here. In when I was a kid maybe fifth or sixth. Grade. Junior high. I was doing something stupid. And I got caught by a teacher wasn't just any teacher it was the principal of the school. talked my way out of it. The next day I was bragging some friends about what a smooth talker I was and what an idiot the principal was. I was in art class and we these huge tables. Maybe I don't know three or four kids at a table. And when she picks you this. The Art. Room, it was in a house. That was next to the school. My school was in urban neighborhood and I guess there was a house next to it or something they bought it run out of room. Made it offices and made it the art room. So anyway, I'm in the House for art school, but it's on the third floor. It's in the attic 'cause they did all their business downstairs it all up stairs, and you had to go up several flights of stairs. Very narrow. This was before. Ada. It wasn't easy to get to you, but it's kind of cool for a kid because you felt you were safe kind of hanging out and I got my friends they're around the Big Table and I kept going on and on that. Then, I turned around and she was right behind me at the top of the stairs you come out of nowhere because that's other thing worked imagine going into your attic and you're right there anyway a turnaround she's right there. And I taught my way out of that sort of. Not Really Fast to a couple of days ago. I got this episode of building podcasts with Dave Jackson that are released and always download my own episodes I. Subscribe to my own podcast because I want to make sure the feed is working sometimes I listen sometimes I don't happen to listen to this one and I'm hearing sloppy edits. Thought to myself that's Weird I. Guess I decided to keep things loose. Talk and things like filler words. Apart when I asked David question wasn't clear on it or stumbled or something. I asked him the question again normally, I would add those things out and thinking to myself man sloppy edits then interview ins and Dave and I keep talking and that was my ocean moment. I knew at that point this is the raw tape. I think what had happened is I was in the middle of netted got distracted by something else. I should have gone back to it. I didn't. It seems like an easy thing to remember. But because this was a three part episode, it's got confused in way back to the tape I'm listening to. The interview ends. Dave. Keep talking and I think to myself I. Hope. I. Didn't say anything bad. And I didn't. Just. A word that I'd normally be out I said. And then Dave said. And also said mother And then I said. And then I said I think. Is a mother. and. I'm kidding but I did say which on this podcast should have been beeped. Because this podcast is classy like that. Lesson number one from this episode. Assume all Mike's are hot. The message is being broadcast and everything you say is on tape. But there was a second mistake that I made in that episode to completely screw up the sequence of things. You probably heard something that I call the double intro. This is pretty common. Where somebody does an interview? And introduced the guest. Hey, we got Joe Schmo from Blah Blah Blah dot com. He's a good friend of mine and today we're GonNa talk about Blah Blah Blah, welcome Joe, you got that introduction. But before that, you got the basic intro to the podcast where somebody will come in and they'll say something like, Hey, I'm David Hooper and this is the Joe Schmo Blah Blah Blah podcast. Today we're actually interviewing Joe Schmo he's the king of Blah Blah Blah and JOE SCHMO DOT com. Here's the interview you. You're a sound effect and then it goes to that previous recording that I just mentioned hey, it's David. So you repeat the same thing that's the double intro, and it happens usually because people are doing things at a different time. That is exactly what happened with the Dave Jackson episode. Not only was I doing something at a different time. It caused me to lose track of where I was in the editing process because this was a three part episode I had an introduction episode I had the Dave Jackson part of the episode and I had the Larry Roberts part of the episode things got really screwed up for this three part series a record, the Larry I then I did the one with Dave and then I did the intro episode but how release things how you heard them With, you heard the intro episode. You heard the Dave episode. Then you heard the Larry episode. So instead of one, two, three, it was three to one and that's not a huge deal except that I mentioned something on the Dave episode. which you hadn't heard yet I talked about what had already happened on the Larry episode that hadn't been released yet. Another one of those things it's not a huge deal, but it's worth talking about because when something like that happens, it breaks up the fantasy. That the podcast or radio show whatever you're making is a well oiled machine. It's like you hearing question being repeated again. When you edit that out, it makes the Ho- seems so much smoother. You like man that Guy's great on the Mike he knows exactly what to ask. Not In real life. If you heard the mistake that caricature that you think is real that's blown. As lesson number two here. Sequencing is important.
"dave jackson" Discussed on Build A Big Podcast - Marketing Podcast For Podcasters
"Desert Island Best Music books music or movies what I'm struggling with this week record an Instagram facebook live. That's not really an idea but okay. Why I quit blank. Okay I like these are all kinds of stories. Yeah. If you WANNA Solo podcast. Monologue Style and you or somebody who's doing a personality driven podcast kind. What am I gonNa do this week and we've heard a day where people like what am I going to talk about this week and they'll? Release that that's their episode and it's a ramble but this gives you. And you're not going to run out of them every week for a month and you just get the next deck. I'm sorry do every for year, and at the end of that year, get the next day I actually liked that concept a lot I think that that's a great way to do not asking questions, but it's giving you the ideas of the episodes you could do. And I, think the other thing I do is you might not use that exact idea. But as you start to go through these are like Oh you know what else we could do this Martin. Inspire you to kind of brainstorm with yourself and come up with other ideas. Well. That's exactly right. Because desert island discs, books, movies that's not going to necessarily work for us. But what about Desert Island podcast equipment? What are the podcast in equipment pieces that you could not live without? It'd be easy to rotate any of that. For whatever it is that you're doing. Sure I like it. I like all right. I'm a I'm a fan. I wasn't sure how this is.
"dave jackson" Discussed on Build A Big Podcast - Marketing Podcast For Podcasters
"Yeah and it's always just interesting that like, oh, that's kind of cool. So I think it's kind of. Interesting if you can have that one question that you ask every guest that might end up going, you know a million different directions, I know Rob Walsh Lee started his podcast his first question was always what was your first computer in a kind of set a baseline for oh. Wow. This person started on a whatever an Atari Twenty, eight, hundred or something like that or whatever like that. So kind of gave you insights into your guests without saying, tell me a little bit about yourself. Well, they'll tell me about yourself one it's it's lazy interviewing. But it also as an interview were, you're not controlling the conversation and I think that that's important because tell me a little bit about yourself. It's not giving any guidelines somebody could completely go off the rails. Way. Religious beliefs, you will know my diet. Do you WanNa know about my addiction. Where you WANNA go. All, right? Dot Com is where to get this. This is from interview decks second edition. So I guess they've got at least one other interviewed act. They've got a few of these. I think it's a unique concept and I, think it could be a fun segment. To add to your podcast I think it's a great way to warn people a lot of ways that you can use this. I don't think it would be a complete podcast just asking random questions although it might be. Dead go go if. It relies on your guests ability to. Somewhat, not it's not Improv. I'm not making up the answer, but you have to sit there and think wait what was guy I think when was the last time? I was hurt you know so it I think you're going to introduce some editing because there's going to be times when people like I don't know. That that could be a problem. Or give you a really short answer. Yes. That's here. That's a great well, for example. Here's another one. What's the funniest name you can think of? What's the funniest name you can think of for a pet?.
"dave jackson" Discussed on Build A Big Podcast - The Marketing Podcast For Podcasters
"That's here. That's a great well, for example. Here's another one. What's the funniest name you can think of? What's the funniest name you can think of for a pet? Say Jelly. Done it could be done or I could say jelly. Let me tell you about this dog jelly. Here's how he got his name. Here's what it was like having Jelly in the house. Here's what he meant to the. Family. There are real opportunities there but I I think it's a way for you as a host maybe if you just wanted to do. Interview. Skills. Guiding that interviewee into the story that you want him to tell it's an opportunity to work on that. It. Seems to me like a really great exercise for. Both first interviewee and interviewer. Especially, if you have somebody who's like never done an interview ever and they're even struggling to come up with questions. Okay. Here let's just do these questions because I always tell people that are doing interview shows you have to interview somebody before you interview a real guest because there's this whole dialogue that goes on in your head while you're trying to listen. To their answer while you're trying to figure out what's next thing I'm GONNA ask the minute they're done and then oops, wait now I gotta remember two things we noggin remember three things wait. What did they just say Oh crap I forget what he said what was that question I said you gotTa go through that mental kind of I, don't know juggling. If you can't come up with an answer or question, this might be a good way just to get the ball rolling. PRODUCTS DOT COM is the website, the Dave Jackson Website School of podcast Dot Com. It's great podcast and community I'm a member of there. And talk more about that day because this is something that if you're listening to this podcast, you need to know about school of podcasting. If you WANNA communal, feel just to know that you're not in this alone when you're in your closet with those close sucking up the bourbon room noise that you're not the only one doing that because sometimes podcasting can get lonely. So if nothing else school pike cash a great way to connect with other podcasters. Yeah. That's one of the benefits I have a private facebook group filled with other brilliant podcasting mind. So if you WANNA bats a couple ideas off people, we've got that you've got step by step tutorials and then a couple times a month I do live group coaching fact I just got done doing one this afternoon. So if you have any questions on anything and I can share my screen CEO no click here do that kind of thing. So I always say you know come for the coaching or whatever but stay for the community it's a it's a great time. School podcasting dot com day. Thanks.
"dave jackson" Discussed on Build A Big Podcast - Marketing Podcast For Podcasters
"I. Love The kid when I was married I'm not married to his mom anymore. I still considering my stepson he's a great kid super smart grownup. He's a full adult at this point, but he was just You know his room was a mass anything that made sense. He was not doing. He was like seventeen and lived on nothing. But chicken, he was just a weird little guy at the time and it's weird that he turned out so great but it was like. You. Know he a Mac and cheese and what are you six? He was. You know and and he would stay up till like three in the morning playing video games and then I guess I don't know if he was sleeping on his launcher what at school but it was just like, wow, this guy is just not you know we're all kind of like a normal time and he's playing vampire or something. It was just a very bizarre time about quarantine life day except on Vegan. Fake, chicken nuggets. All right next question what's the dumbest way you've injured? dumbest way I've been I got to think about that one probably. Because I luckily, I haven't been. Oh, you know what I did. I ran a stop sign I was writing this I don't know all of sating maybe seventeen a- and I ran a stop sign because I was writing up a hill. So at the top of this hill, stop sign by friend goes through the intersection something and cool nobody's coming and I run those stop sign just as motorcycle comes I hit my front tire of my bicycle hits his back tire and my bike stops instantly. So all of a sudden I looked down and Mike. Wow Weird my bike go and. This is again back in the day and so I remember thinking of evil who is stunt guy back in the seventies and he always just say he would roll and that would stop him from getting hurt. So I actually when my feet hit the ground, I did a complete somersault and then popped right back up to my feet it was like all right cool in my my front tires. Benton half and the motorcycle guy was okay and I thought it was fine. I actually bent my tire back into place and kept riding over to my cousin's house and all of a sudden I felt this warmth sensation I looked at my legs just covered in blood and go oops you know. So that was one that I'm again maybe maybe running the stop sign was not such a great thing. What's the funniest place you've ever fallen asleep? Probably, a meeting. I used to get my first job I kinda got involved in everything I. Put into marketing meetings just because I'm I guess considered creative or whatever, and so I'm literally listening to the CEO of the company and it's like one thirty gotten caught that post lunch like I need an APP thing going on. I don't know if I ever. Completely fell asleep but I kept doing the you catch yourself when you nod kind of spikes back up real quick and it was a case were my boss who was also in the room at the time. Got Done. He's like man Jackson. He goes you need a nap. And he goes could barely stay awake in that thing he goes it's like you know. Hand you a pill until you to go home so that that was one that was a little embarrassing these questions, Dave something pod decks, pod decks dot com is the.
"dave jackson" Discussed on Build A Big Podcast - The Marketing Podcast For Podcasters
"All right David Hooper. A podcast when I was a kid. Growing up. In. S. This is a common commercial that you would see on television they will go to a boozy restaurant. and. They would say we've secretly replaced this fine coffee at this five star restaurant with folger's crystals folger's crystals. Again. It was like some kind of like hot chocolate mix, but it was a coffee mix scoops jolly Nestle Quik and turned into coffee. Anyway, they will go into these Buddhas places and These. Kind of pretentious people. Oh, my God, this coffee. So Great. Well, it's it's actually coffees. FOLGER's crystals. Have big laugh. I'm Kinda doing the same thing on this episode. I called a couple of my podcasting buddies. One of them you know him Dave Jackson Proprietor, principal janitor, at the school podcasting. Called him up to hey man, can I get you on this podcast? To ask you a couple of questions didn't tell him what it was about. Also, Larry Roberts Larry has a podcast called readily random that interviews people kind of in a humorous way. He's kind of a morning Dj kind of I although he would be fun to do this with and I s in these questions from this thing pod. DEX. explained it on the last. Episode. If you're not familiar with pod decks, pod decks, DOT COM, it is a deck of cards each one of them having either an idea for an episode depending on which yet or questions that you can ask people. So this deck called the interview dex. Second. Edition I don't even have a full Dacca got six or seven cards that I picked up a podcast event. And I ask Dave, Jackson questions from this deck the next episode by the way, I'm going to ask the same questions to lay Roberts. So you could see different answers to the same question. I think kind of a cool segment I talked about previously on the last episode you're going to hear how it on this one. So without further ADO. Here's me. Secretly. Replacing the questions I would normally ask. With pod dex on this episode, a legendary podcasters this is the guy who got me into podcasting secretly. He didn't even know it but I'd heard his podcast. I was at a radio meeting as we can do this on the podcast. So Dave Jackson. Welcome to build a podcast. Glad to be here, buddy abroad you in on this episode without telling you what you're getting into. So thanks for being brave today. We'll we'll see how this. Is An intervention podcast intervention no nothing like that. Just some questions that I want to ask you give me your honest and truthful answer to them. please. All right. What's your worst roommate or houseguests story? Oh man worst roommate. And you could be married to this person. Yeah I'M GONNA say. No. Actually. I will go.
"dave jackson" Discussed on Build A Big Podcast - Marketing Podcast For Podcasters
"All right David Hooper. A podcast when I was a kid. Growing up in. S. This is a common commercial that you would see on television they will go to a boozy restaurant. And they would say we've secretly replaced this fine coffee at this five star restaurant with folger's crystals folger's crystals. I guess it was like some kind of like hot chocolate mix but it was a coffee mix scoops dollywood Nestle Quik, and turned into coffee. Anyway, they will go into these Buddhas places and These. Kind of pretentious people. Oh my God this coffee. So Great. Well, it's it's actually coffees folger's crystals Ha have big laugh. I'm Kinda. Doing the same thing on this episode. I called a couple of my podcasting buddies. One of them you know him, Dave Jackson, proprietor principal janitor at the school of podcasting. Called him up to hey man, can I get you on this podcast? Got To ask you a couple of questions didn't tell him what it was about also, Larry Roberts Larry has a podcast called readily random that interviews people kind of in a humorous way. He's kind of a morning Dj kind of I although he would be fun to do this with and I s in these questions from this thing pod. dex explained it on the last episode. If you're not familiar with pod decks, pod decks, DOT COM, it is a deck of cards, each one of them having either an idea for an episode depending on which Dick yet or questions that you can ask people. So this deck, it's called the interview dex second edition I don't even have a full Dacca got six or seven cards that I picked up a podcast event. And I ask Dave Jackson questions from this deck the next episode. By the way I'm going to ask the same questions to lay Roberts. So you could see different answers to the same question I think kind of a cool segment I talked about previously on the last episode you're going to hear how it on this one. So without further ADO. Here's me. Secretly replacing the questions I would normally ask. With pod dex on this episode, a legendary Podcasters, this is the guy who got me into podcasting secretly. He didn't even know it, but I'd heard his podcast. I was at a radio meeting as we can do this on the podcast. So Dave Jackson. Welcome to build a podcast. Glad to be here, buddy abroad you in on this episode without telling you what you're getting into. So thanks for being brave today. We'll we'll see how this. Is An intervention podcast intervention no nothing like that. Just some questions that I want to ask you give me your honest and truthful answer to them please. All right. What's your worst roommate or houseguests story? Oh man worst roommate. And you could be married to this person. Yeah I'M GONNA say. No actually I will go.
Michelle Obama to release show on Spotify
"Join me for the Michelle Obama podcast. You can listen for free only on spotify. Bracken Michelle Obama's higher ground production company is launching the Michelle. Obama podcast on July. The two thousand, nine, hundred, another exclusive show to spotify that new exclusive apple news today podcast that we reported on yesterday. It has an RSS feed after all can expedia added to some podcast APPs including Overcast Marco Armand describes that as a hack. However, the RSS feed is hidden from third parties in Apple's API and it's mirror. Your L. has also been disabled, and so the intention appears to be. Be that it's an exclusive. And the verge described it as such now we discovered a May many radio fronts. PODCASTS also withholds. There are s feed address. If you use the apple API and at the time, apple declines to confirm this or comment on how this achieved Dan Meisner has spotted than apple is self hosting the Audio? Other apple shows are hosted by art nineteen. An evoke terror suggests in article that we linked to today from our show notes and our newsletter this could be the beginning of the end of the feet and possibly podcast hosts, too. In other news apple is hiring for a US and Canada and deter for apple podcasts. Go go go jobs dot net. Sin Has announced a new distribution agreement with. An Indian music podcasts and video service with one hundred and fifty million active users and to radio DOT COM has a new distribution agreement with twitch, which will bring live radio programming to twitch his video streaming platform on me cost media. somethingyoushouldknow has joined Westwood One podcast was formerly signed to DAX. Captivate has an agreement with songs for podcasters toward our podcast to licensed songs from independent musicians I'm an adviser to them. Radio Days Africa had a session about podcast in. You can read up on the topics discussed for watch the whole. Whole thing if you like four soccer ventures is a new company launching a podcast network. It plans to spend six figures growing shows. It's also partnered with a girls soccer network following on from its launch of a secure podcast distribution. Yesterday on me. Studio has posted an in-depth blog piece at our private premium and secure podcast feeds and the school of podcasting Dave Jackson has updated his big list of podcasts about podcasts. We're hoping he does a podcast about it and titles it the podcast about the list of podcasts about podcasts podcast. Sorry. And, in Podcast News Entrepreneur. John Roya has launched John Rowe show row sold his former company to salesforce in two thousand and fifteen in the first episode. He's interviewed by Jordan Harbinger and jury duty trial of Robert. DURST changes the game for true crime podcasts according to crime story media. WHO's making it? The podcasts launched earlier this week and is to follow the trial of billionaire Robert Durst as it happens,
There Is No Competition For You To Bury
"Welcome to podcast pontiff vacations. I am. I'm not your host Yvo Tara. I'm your host Dave Jackson from the School of podcasting sitting in the chair. While Yvo take some well deserved time off and talk about podcast competition you see so many people think about podcasting like gets radio and well. It's it's just not and let me explain why when you are on the radio at seven thirty Monday eight through Friday and your competition is also on the radio at seven thirty Monday through Friday. You can't listen to both both at the same time. That is competition but I do a show about podcasting. Yvo does a show about about podcasting. Daniel J Lewis does a show Ray Ortega there's all sorts of people we could go on and on David Hooper and then some people might say. Oh well they're your competition and I go. I don't think so because here's why listen. Listen Evil on Monday and evil is really short so you could. You could actually listen to evil on Monday and then you could listen up. I don't know me and then you can listen to Daniel on Tuesday. You could listen to Ray on Thursday. Listen to David on Friday. Your week is set and yet you're not missing out on anybody and that's why I say there is no competition in podcasting. In fact what's really weird about it. Is You know who some of my best best friends are rare. TAK- dander Jay Lewis Yvo Tara. David Hooper. I could go on and on the reason and for that is they like the same things I like. Nobody can geek out about the good old days like me and Yvo. I don't run into too. Many people pulled that have been in podcasting longer than me because I started in two thousand five Yvo is like an og. He's a two thousand four guy and that's the beauty of of it I was I have a friend of mine. Daryl Darnell runs a pro podcast solutions. It's an audio editing thing and he called me once because he knew I was in Cleveland and and said Hey. I've got this job. This company wants me to record this big interview. They have all these corporate people coming in. Cleveland can you record it for me. And I'm like. Yeah I got microphones that got mixers. I could do that. What percent of the income that I get from this? Do you want as a referral code. And he said nothing. Just keep it. Because it's making his company look really good that he can pull this off and I guess if it was a reoccurring thing that might have changed his mind but I was doing him a favor and he was doing a favor by I paying for it when people go on vacations. It's nice to reach out to one of your competition go. Hey would you like to sit in my chair. There isn't any competition in podcasting. At least not yet. Now what may change that. If a lot of money comes in the podcasting broadcasting maybe in the future that might change things a little bit but this point I think a lot of podcasters liked to serve their audience. We want to help them. We want them to to transform them from not doing something to doing something that while they're doing that would be great. We're out to serve audience and consequently were not quite so cutthroat in you know get off my love kind of people. We're all here to help each other. I hope it stays that way. We'll see but if right now you're doing a podcast and you're like my need more listeners. One way you can grow your audience is don't go over and try to squash and bury your competition. Go over and say hey I see or you've never talked about this subject on your podcast asked and I see where you talked about that subject on your podcast. I've never talked about it on mine. Why do we do a interview swap? And in some cases it doesn't have to be a swap. Maybe you just want to reach out and start that relationship.
"dave jackson" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket
"How do you stay relevant as an organization despite constant change connections learning outreach. She can't isolate yourself. What is the one area of focus that drives everything in your organization today owning your own health so making it about every individual and the a customized experience for everyone these next two are a little more on a personal note for the listeners get to know you. What's your number one health habit my number. One health have it. Oh good or bad saul good good ad spending time with my family. That's the i think without taking too much time but when you talk about determines of health is that it's the awareness day health is more about getting exercise and what you eat. It's it's it's all the other things in your life and it's a workplace. It's their time with family. Those things are huge driver's licenses for me. I love that day. That's a great one and what is your number. One success habit i think for me it's not being content with doing things the way they always were. I'm stubborn in that. I like to find new ways as and i i often think i like to believe there's a better way well. Your work is definitely a testament to that. Belief inhabits love that you're sharing in that and what book would you recommend the listeners a couple of ideas so i'm a huge spy book fan. I love spy books and two characters. They're my my favorite. There's mitch rapp series. The movie doesn't give just despite the mitch rapp series and then there's a gray man series awesome bucks if pure spy book fan but one book talking going back to healthcare one that really had a big effect on me is <hes> there's a book written by dr topple into twelve off the creative destruction of medicine talks about <hes> from things from genomics to the importance of digital on the future of where things can go and it just opened my is into some of the potential of just looking at things differently in how it's not the technology is going to replace us but if we can work properly together with technology we can truly change the world and so he's a visionary so it's pretty cool grey book and a great recommendation dave folks for more information on today's interview including a full transcript ripped the short notes as well as links to the books in the project bet <hes> dave's working on go to outcomes rocket dot health in the search bar type in dave jackson. You'll see that episode pop up four conclude. I love if you could just share a closing thought they they've and the best place for the listeners could get in touch with you and continue the conversation. Yeah closing thought i would say is don't wait for someone else to do something. If you've got an idea to run with it and be confident of one things learning is that there's so many great ideas out there but to many people are just sitting on them so for me. I can be accessed any. I'm available. I i love talking to people learning more more talk to the better. It is for us. Our website is a a a h c dot c._a. <hes> i can be reached <hes> <hes> my email. I don't saw that type of details that which you needed for me on this one as well yeah. If you want efforts to have your email yes give me any time at dave jackson <unk> a dots the outstanding dave really appreciate the conversation today so interesting the approach and and the philosophy behind what you're doing and even the methods so really inspiring for us today to to take what we're doing and how can we do a better and difference a friend so really appreciate you and your time today. Thank you very much for having me on. Thanks for listening to the outcomes. There's rocket podcast shoot visit us on the web at w._w._w. Dot outcomes rocket dot com or the show notes resources inspiration and and so much more.
"dave jackson" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket
"It's bringing them all together and what was really need to have that validation that when we plied to the smart cities challenge with the health focus saying if you really smart city let's focus on health because at affects everything in your city from the economy to innovations to bring in future growth et cetera et cetera there is a validation that we were selected as a as a finalist and like i say we're not a huge community our proud community but it showed that we're we're were doing something that can really make a big change. That's huge and so when you find out if you <hes> won the prize may fourteenth so so we will have a big event awwa at the time <hes> it's non -tario eastern canada for any of the listeners who don't know what i'm talking about and <hes> it's so it'll be exciting exciting to be even if we don't win. It's still exciting the process in the learnings the last eight months just to having down and working on all the details to what it takes. What a great learning experience while we'll definitely keep our collective fingers crossed for you and your team day vida win the prize. Is you want to win. Okay so tell us about an exciting focus within the project that you're working on. That's really gotcha fired up yeah so one of the things that we're we're working on right. Now is when you look at data and you look at all. The information first and foremost is you think about the comes along with that is the risk in the privacy issues and a lot of that comes when you create this big central data warehouse. You're prone to hackers in different people because there's a lot of value there so where we said is do we actually want to be a data manager. When you look at a lot of the organizations out there that are really successful. They actually don't have a lot of assets. You look at the airbnb easily. World berber's over has an isis now but it's about a service driven industry and so we started looking at that here for what we're doing as well saying. Do we need data. I know oh that's tough. We always need data about do we need to be manager of the day and so we started to look at blockchain's in decentralized databases and things of that sort and started to put together a plan to say we don't need to hold the data the technology out there allows us to provide data in a secure way that you can provide data justice. It's needed without actually having to store that data that you keep the <hes> data or owners and custodians. They're the ones that are managing the data we borrowing data for a second to tell a story and to empower only those that need to have access to data with with that data own your own health mantra that we talked about a little bit earlier and so what's exciting is we're still working out the details on how to do it but a way of <hes> one one of the partners were working right with now as they put it as a knowledge from data not risk and so that's what we're trying to figure out is if we can put it this way that we can work together. People can still have the data where that needs to be but we don't all have to have that same big huge master data <unk>. We were able to put the power back into the individuals hanson controlled. They're oh did. I think it's fascinating and yeah you know. It's the approaches for her blockchain. Think this is a this is an interesting case where might be useful and and kudos to you guys for for really thinking outside of the box from the very beginning from do i build a hospital to a blue zone project to even even data management. You guys are definitely doing some cool stuff there of acute so we're gonna get into the lightning round and then after the lightning round. We'll ask hugh about your favorite book you ready yeah. I'm ready all right. What's the best way to improve healthcare outcomes information collaborations so you need the data so it's funny. I said that earlier but you need information not the date itself a information about the data. Why tax you tell the story what's the biggest mistake or pitfall to avoid. I jump in quickly into a problem without actually understanding what you're trying to solve..
"dave jackson" Discussed on Biz4Good Show
"How many how many podcasts are on that you think around episodes that they know how many John podcasts they're all podcast about podcasting except for one which is hilarious? I do a weight loss show and if you could see me it's obvious I don't do a weight loss show. It's a it's a weight found shows what it is I lose is it and I find it and then I do one show call building a better dave which was originally me deciding to try online dating and I thought well this'll have lots of fun filled stories and I ended up marrying marrying the second person I went on a date with and then you get to hear my relationship go through all sorts of ups and downs and it gets really. There's like a year where there's just no episodes because I was in hell and there's no time to podcast but that's just podcast asked if I if I just have a weird idea like I think the next episode is going to be me confused by beyonce's but because if you watch netflix special he's all about women stand up for yourself and don't take it from that guy and Blah Blah Blah and I swear to God every every third shot of her is her but and I'm just like and it's not a bad but but I'm just like we seem fixated and it seems to go contrary with the message of stand up and be independent and you're a woman and take the world by the carnage and yeah and it just seems like every time I turn there's robot again that confuses me so that episode of building a better day also Dave thank you so much for being on the show this I haven't we could probably talk for for a couple of times. I'm trying to figure out how to Rep- you are. We've wrapped it up Ryan. You have to Dave's over here. This isn't even baby so Ryan. You know the drill take us out well <hes> thanks to give Dave Jackson for being here live in studio and Chris <unk> Holyfield for being in studio and my wife and Bobby always and their wife and sorry liquid liquidity and thanks for joining us for the best mortgage show and episode one twenty and we're going to end it with the Hashtag Biegel do good we do it three times. We get crazy louder third time third time when we scream as loud as you possibly and we have these Mike so I was trying to think of sending a witty be good bigger. Do good got it yeah so here we go Hashtag. Be Good. <hes> do good hashtag be good divest right and that's my really raw screaming. Oh Man thank you for listening to the Biz for good show podcast. We want to thank all our fans and guests on the show. Be sure to check us out on all social media platforms facebook twitter..
Podcasting Lessons From A Porn Star
"You put something out there it's out there. And that's important as podcast is for us to keep in mind. A mention this at a speaking engagement that I did last week the topic of taking chances taking chances on stage taking chances with our podcast if you want your podcast to be successful. And if you want to be the type of person that somebody wants to listen to you've got to take chances the risk is it you'll go too far. And sometimes you will go too far. Tara said you can't unring that bell. You're going to say something to alienates listeners alienates sponsors, you may lose sponsors over it. You're gonna see something that hurts your reputation hurts relationships. The one interview that I've had on this podcast has been Dave Jackson hall of fame podcast. Dave Jackson, and we talked about how he said some things there -ffected his relationships woman. He's dating time. She heard his podcast. Oops. Sometimes you go too far with what you say. In your podcast is just you in your recording booth at your desk wherever you record your podcast. You don't think about it going out to people yet? It does. I know that certainly happened to me, and it certainly happened to me in person as well. In fact, there's not a speaking engagement that. I do where I don't make somebody mad. This even applies. You're writing it could be Facebook. It could be your book. There's not a book that I've written. It hasn't made somebody mad sometimes it's them the person reading your stuff listening to your stuff. They don't get it. But sometimes I'm only speak for myself. Sometimes I go over the line. If you want your podcast to be big and really connect with people though, you got no choice you've got to take these chances. Sometimes you're going to go over that line. Anything else is lukewarm. That's lukewarm at best. It's ice cold at worst. It's not gonna connect and irony is because it's not connecting. You're making somebody mad feel like they've wasted their time. I got a friend of mine, Scott. And a couple of languages is about at once a said, what's your secret, man? How'd you learn these languages, and he said this? He said you can't be afraid of making mistakes the people that I've seen that get good at second third fourth languages. They speak them. You can't just think it in your head. You can't go down that rabbit trail of this is how it's going to work out. You gotta let it out of your mouth you to see how it works. Sometimes you're gonna make mistakes. The specially in a second or third language, but it's going to happen to you. With your first language. It's going to happen to you in other ways, I decide man on my radio show and Assad man is. That was a guitarist he played with a sabotage artists when they will go out on tour. He was the guy in the band. They hired in is somehow he was successful. Hayes. Don't make out three words. Don't meek out when you go out for Cilla one stage walkout to the front of the stage. Be bold. When you make a mistake lean into it. Most of the time people will know, and that's true in podcasting. When you say something, maybe it is a mistake. Maybe you didn't mean to say it, and maybe it does isolate people, but some people they're going to be attracted to even more that boldness to me. That's good podcasting. In nutshell, you will have more success in podcasting. When you own your words, even if they're the wrong words own your podcast. I got a final clip from Tera Patrick. We're out and open with what we do. I've always said why do you think I wasn't in mainstream? I have my own production. You know, I'm making my own money. I'm doing what I want to do. I don't wanna do mainstream. I like that's what I'm famous for. I didn't cure cancer. You know what? I mean. I I'm famous for being Tara Patrick. I love that. This is a podcast. I love that. It's not major media. I loved it. I don't have the FCC to worry about. I love that. I could say anything that. I want. But I'm choosing to keep a clean because at the beginning of this episode, no, expletive on this podcast. And that's done on purpose, doc because I don't feel like seeing them sometimes. But because that limitation makes me think about the words that I'm saying, I think limitations can be very powerful when they're there by choice our choice. I don't want somebody else putting them mutations on me. But I think it's good that you can choose not to do something just like you can choose to do something. So great taken podcast about Tara Patrick own podcast podcasting. If you want mainstream success go to radio, it's a much bigger audience. But if you really ready to own your stuff, this is the place for you.
"dave jackson" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast
"He's pointing for me, but it really need consistency met three. But I was going to do this cool stereo effect where I say it in the right channel. And then you say the left channel. But. No, I wasn't gonna spend editing anyways talking about I don't. All right. Well, let's just go talk to Chris cremate SOS all about putting on these awesome events, and everything that goes into it and just awesome guy podcasting stuff. And I'm just I'm just saying words now, this talk your dog, still farting. So let's get to that interview cheese. Hey, Chris, thanks for joining us today. Thanks for having me. Yeah. Man. So we just kinda talk and war stories about recovering after events, and and you or just like non stop. I'm feeling it. I'm getting I'm not like really old. But I'm at the age now where I don't rebound as quick as I used to. I hear that. Well, you're doing a lot. And so just to tell everybody what we're talking about. It's podcast is one of your large events one of the events. He do and we came back from that what we can half ago or so, and yeah, I feel you on the recovery thing. Clear now to emails and your your voice raspy after events like that I feel like I need about a week off for every two days of conference. Yeah. You know, something pod festive so immersive that we found a trend that people that. Yes, they lose their voice in a lot of people get sick. So next year. I'm going to have like in the mail before you come to pod vessels like vitamin C. And and take some boosters before you show up because of the the intensity of the conference takes a lot of where we're all at a very high level of energy. It just takes a lot out of you. That's that's a good thing. But it's good to know you enroll podcasters too. So we gotta save those his pipes given the golden pipes voices. One of our tools, and we're all talking pod fest left and right. Dave Jackson Jackson school podcasting..
Will Ferrell Returns as Ron Burgundy in Podcast Trailer
"The Australian podcast manufacturer is giving away one hundred and fifty thousand dollars worth of prizes in competition announced today, the global competition is free to enter and includes prizes from variety of sources, including Dave Jackson school of podcasting. Their website has more information. Apple podcasts is launched downloadable podcast analytics data in their podcast analytics portal, the company says we should look for the download button under the date control in the upper right corner. We tested it out. The information downloaded is a simple tab separated. Value file for use. In spreadsheets. The Email also asks podcasters to market how podcasts work on Siri play. Pod news, podcasting news. That's not this podcast. Puddle dot com is set to launch today. Inspired by read it hits a social podcast aggregated that allows people to create groups or subs and adds to other people's as well, we linked to the sub for podcasting. As an example, the New York Times is now producing full transcripts for their podcast. The daily castaways is an attempt by Chris ns to build a closed community for podcasters registration and a payment is required. It's an interesting attempt to establish a community outside of Facebook already it, and we linked to five podcasts today in our newsletter, including this one that launches on September the seventh. It's the ri- burgundy podcast. Guess what? I got up our gas. And you don't and that's the latest from our newsletter
What is Spotify really measuring?
"From Brisbane the latest pod news, what your Spotify stats actually say, blueberries, Todd, Cochran comments on the new media show that they measured. It listens not download, and that someone just needs to listen for thirty seconds to count would note that the version two guidelines require at least a minute of audio to be downloaded to be valid. Anyway, we've updated article on how to understand podcast stats. The apple watch now includes a podcast app. We linked to how to use it and also overcast has had an update it now supports the apple watch and has had a redesign of particular note. It highlights when a podcast is daily or weekly, and as of now, so to we is the podcast bubble bursting asks the Columbia journalism review. Yes, of course. The podcasting bubble is bursting response blurb magazine. Radio public is reminding Kosters to claim their podcast on the radio public platform. Dave, Jackson Hsieh's the proper way to use a blue. SETI microphone. It's not a bad microphone he says, but you'd need to know how to use it crypto publication. Hacker noon is pivoting into podcasting with Trent Lipinski host. The fuss podcast will come out in late September buzzfeed's audio team, which the company announced will be laid off, have posted the teams, resumes and contact details on Twitter. Marketplace highlights the booming podcast industry in China. Unlike the rest of the world revenue there is from paid for podcasts, Jack rice, Ryder posts about the three biggest challenges for podcasters making marketing and sustaining. He also links to a set of podcast about podcasting, including this one and the BBC's new audio at BBC sounds will be launched on the thirtieth of October. We hear it all contain some third party podcasts though, be available within the UK only for all the links most Aures ans- to subscribe to our free daily newsletter, visit pod news dot net.
The BBC start commissioning new podcasts
"In the latest poll news. This is the BBC the BBC have started an open ended commissioning round for podcasts, therefore, briefs open to existing suppliers and has apprising Lee useful set of eleven rules marked what makes podcast distinct from radio item. Number one, a podcast is not a radio program, even if radio programs are consumed as podcasts Spotify. Now let you embed their podcast player on your website. We've added instructions and an example. One is really the top hosting service after feedback. Chargeable have rigs ammend their numbers in an elimination, blog post of note just two point, eight percent of podcasts measured by pod track. An anchor is easily the most popular host over the last six months. Pau chaser have launched their pod chaser creator pages. Bidding them as pages that allow us Mr. follow share and learn about podcast creators who build the podcasts they love. If you register early, you'll also get a free t shirt from t- public anchor has announced new editing tools on mobile. They call them the first audio editing tools built specifically for podcasting, and it uses a standard way form interface now, almost exactly a year ago, anchor argued in a long blog post that are standard way form carries era, relevant information to creators and described away form based interface as a non starter. This. Is the word from out in this week's the word from mouth, you'll find school of podcasting, Dave Jackson in a far-reaching conversation about the state and future of discovery mechanisms in podcasting, and the need for trial podcast content, Nick quals, hop pod newsletter, his now no longer just Nick Kwa UK based, Caroline, Crampton formerly of pod male has joined as a writer and blue yeti have released a new smaller microphone
Your Podcast, Bad News, Scandals, And Criminal Acts
"Yesterday yet another mass shooting in the United States. Some guys starts shooting during a video game tournament in Florida. Nine victims seven with gunshot wounds to guys killed, he'll Robertson ally, Clayton, and as it so happened, Dave Jackson from school. A podcasting was releasing a show that evening about the video game community. He'd actually done interviews for his episode at a similar event just a couple of weeks before and he found out about what happened in Florida. Shortly before releasing the episode. I'm gonna play a clip for you. This is something that he had tach to the beginning of the episode. Once he had found out about what happened yesterday, I'm playing this because I think it's a great example of what to do if you ever find yourself in a situation like this before I start the show today, I wanted to let you know that this interview with Danny Pena at this gaming event was record. Did weeks ago and Danny notified me as I was driving home tonight, getting ready to post this that today, two people were killed in at least another eleven people were injured in a mass shooting that erupted at a basically Madden tournament. Again, these are video games are video game tournament for football gain in Jacksonville, Florida, which is Danny's for Miami. And so this is somewhat in his back yard. And I just wanted to say that the gaming community I saw in Columbus, Ohio was a community filled with love for each other skills, love for the game and respect for each other. Even if you you lose, you would admire somebody's talent. You would go back and train again and come back to play again. Next season. You saw people rooting for their teams. In, it's like a sport in it is a sport. It's not like a sport. It is a sport and it's exciting to watch, and it's filled with a lot of passion. So what I saw was love and respect at this particular event in as I read about this, I don't want to turn this into a gun control discussion or a violence in video game discussion. I'm just here to say what I saw was a great community filled with love all about video games and competition. And I know this hits me in a disappointing way and I can only imagine how it feels to Danny and the entire gaming community. And I just want to let you know my heart goes out to everyone involved. When something like this happens and if you do enough podcast, something like this will happen. I talked about this before. I've had a couple of instances on my radio show. One of my guests went out and killed a guy. The other turn out. He was a child molester abuse and kids at church camp. Can you believe that you get three options when something like this happens one, you can ditch the story to don't mention it at all. Like you haven't read the news. You don't know anything. Three, you can say something, and I think that saying something is usually the best option. People are thinking about it even if they're not saying anything to you. So it's best not to ignore it. And if you've got good content, why digit now it's a little bit different if you're in a situation like I was, were you interviewed somebody and then he does something horrible to kids at a church camp. That one is gone. We will not bring that back ever again. And the reason I decided to do that because I didn't want to be part of him selling a story of somebody that he wasn't felt that he lied to me. I felt he brought me into his propaganda machine something like what happened today? Totally different situation. He's just talking about the subject. There was absolutely nothing wrong with the show that he did, but because of the shooting that happened every day everybody listening to his episode would have been thinking about that shooting as they were listening. So you got to say something. I think he did a great job of it. I think one of the things that comes out. Out of him saying something, it helps to open up a discussion. We need more of a discussion on this issue this you of mass shootings and a lot of other issues, and that is the power of podcast, and we've got thoughts and prayers and empty talk in the world, but we need real conversation. This is why podcast is so important, and this is why what you're doing by having a podcast is so important, we real conversation you are helping to do that. So if you find yourself in a situation like this, I encourage you to press on. Talk about it, put it out there, how the conversation, let's move beyond this. We can do
"dave jackson" Discussed on KGO 810
"I made dinner roles and there were some dough left over and i turned it into a fillin role and it was so good now i'm dave jackson minerals the yeah sure thanks for thanks for sharing by the way i know caroline anyone's nothing now chris you getting those now now now sounds good okay i'll make those free i'll make sure sure we believe it we believe i wore thank you that's okay i don't i don't mind but there you know do you like the big giants in rules you liked a smaller wilson is almost like bagels the only confirm our in smaller you like a bigger and fluffy year oh yeah which what all of them i'm not a year as gave me more hard now you like him with like cons are nuts or something on a now now now just i rang yeah i mean i guess i could he thought i could still eat and if they had nets on it but i just the call a sticky viner or seminar all i'm all where were you dave julich frosting or the nuts or something on of the not split the russell delta because he's not so much as much because it's it doesn't minutes mixim called us another chris gayle can get the nuts off of my deserters why i went to almonds and desert that are easily really good calling it a panda mall in allman quashed saw kellyanne now we're talking none starving for baked goods and i'm not talking about cannabis and talking about actual baked goods like cinema enroll sticky bonds in now in allman quasi all right now i'm no i'm serious i gotta viet some food you guys okay that are i cannot go get can i go get some food before we talk about why social justice twitter mobs are bad dave what are you doing just sending a gift to dave twenty thirty seven who mean the future i save a little money from every paycheck as a gift to dave.
"dave jackson" Discussed on The New Media Show (Audio)
"Because that you know podcasters are working day jobs in the on the weekends they need help so that's when were you know that's when we're going to make sure we have people valuable so it's just it's an ongoing you know it it's just part of growing business but i think from a space standpoint i've heard of at least three or four people that i actually know these aren't people that are like unknowns to me which happened so often but three or four people that are getting ready to launch bow take company said do are going to be basically working to sign you know content creators to you know help them get advertising and do whatever they're going to andy when their businesses so i think in eighteen we're definitely see more boutique companies is gonna launch that are going to have a a cadre of shows so you know how effective they are going to be that's that's a good question but time will tell i agree i see those those companies you know reaching out looking at building their own little network of shows is just a constant stream of folks wanting to craig content and that it just you know two thousand eighteen is really going to be a continuation of the content explosion that's happening and i'm i'm hearing and it was talked about on the podcast round table last night with ray and dave jackson was on that and we're talking about one of the big things that needs to happen in somehow this industry or this medium needs to figure out how to drive some more marketing around building audiences and building listeners to the medium i don't know what the solution is that i guess we've been really kind of living off of the popularity of the of the shows of the new shows to drive new users are new listeners to podcasting but i think that's that's an important thing.
"dave jackson" Discussed on The Audacity to Podcast - how to launch and improve your podcast
"For one thing for sure is this requires a lot of maturity both on your part in on the part of your competitors but when you can be mature and you can both be in each other circles it can be extremely profitable for both of you in opportunities in income in relationships in more for example i considered dave jackson a very close friend and were technically competitors but that's okay because we actually attracted different types of people and we have different approaches and we offer different things to podcasters but beyond the details about what makes us similar or different it's a huge relief for me to have someone else doing the same kind of thing i do and with whom i can relate in struggles in victories and frustrations and more we have a private slack group and people like dave jackson rare take a todd cochran rob walsh rob greenland's several other podcasters and podcasting doers are part of this group and although many of us are competitors with each other it's great to see the community that we have and sometimes we'll get in there and there will say something like all they of it really frustrates us when people choose this particular thing or go with this particular hosting provider or make these certain decisions with their podcast we can have conversations in that group that we can't really have elsewhere because either we don't have other people who had a really understand the same struggles or it's just not something that we really need to broadcast i'm not saying we're all miserable and complaining about every one over in this group but there are certain times that we just have to be raw in transparent about thoughts on something and the others with similar experience in the similar industries can provide some encouragement not giving away special secrets or anything like that but being in this together and recognizing that it's not like we can only have so much of the pie but recognize there is a world of potential customers out there.
"dave jackson" Discussed on The Audacity to Podcast - how to launch and improve your podcast
"It's gone so if you were big on blab and blab was your platform then when blab went away you had no more platform or just recently clamor announced that they're shutting down so maybe you spent a lot of time building an audience on clamor building your audience on someone else's platform and now you're losing your audience because that platform is going away and platforms come and go but if you create your own platform one that you own and you control even if you're using other tools to create it manage it shirt but it's something that you own in control then you don't risk losing your audience it's like with dave jackson's asked the podcast coach it's asked the podcast coach dot com slash live he's used maybe a dozen different tools in the past two years to host that show live doesn't matter he owns the platform which is ask the podcast coach dot com slash life he can redirect that he can imbed whenever technology he wants he owns the platform so when you own your platform then you can change the tools and not lose your audience and owning your own platform is what makes podcasting powerful so these are the things the aspects of the powerful independence of podcasting direct connection with your audience authentic passion power of the niche you are rules your agenda portable consumption in ownership of your platform if this resonates with you if this got your excited if you have some responses to this than please go to the show notes at the audacity to podcast dot com slash independence and comment or share this episode or maybe on your podcast app you have the ability to share the podcast or the episode right there i really appreciate it if you would do that and share this with other podcasters whom you think would benefit or maybe those who are struggling and needs motivation i'd love for you share this message with them and something i really enjoy is giving shout out to those who right reviews for the audacity to podcast and iteens and if you write a review for the audacity to podcast in i tunes stitcher or anywhere you can review podcast please make sure you share the name of your podcast and how the audacity to podcast has helped you in your podcasting journey.