18 Burst results for "Paul Culligan"

"paul culligan" Discussed on Ask the Podcast Coach

Ask the Podcast Coach

05:20 min | 5 months ago

"paul culligan" Discussed on Ask the Podcast Coach

"To start a clubhouse slurping hot coffee not advisable on the first thing on a saturday morning. That copy is hot and did we talk. I'm trying to remember. We're subscription things out last week. I don't think the anchor announcement had been made. We talked a lot about the apple. And i don't think anchor had been made young. Yeah the anchor. One is kind of funny because it was it just me or does it give me too. Oh yeah yeah. It was like especially with the timing. Yeah you know. They've been thinking about it. I think apple probably forced their hand. Like oh okay we gotta get this thing out with everybody talking about it. Don't you think well. Yeah and it's like and we're not gonna take any fees and then you're like. Oh that sounds interesting. Then they go. Oh and by the way when. Your audience subscribes. They can't do it on their phone. Either apple or they have to go to a website and also and you're like this is not sounding good. It wasn't it wasn't ready in other words. They they wanted to be ready but it wasn't felt like they'd get left behind if they did. Yeah so i thought that was interesting. And then last night i was on the podcasters roundtable. And you know we're talking about the fact that I don't think we mentioned it last week with the interesting thing. Hey apple on keeping everybody's privacy but then you're like what. If i wanna leave like how do i then tell my audience. I don't have their email address. You'd have to put on a podcast that says hey if you don't mind i'm now using super cast from using glow or many of the other ones using sub stack. So you kind of. Don't have those but paul culligan always has solution. He goes what you do. Is you if you're using apple for you know some sort of subscription. Just make your first episode say. Hey i have a free gift for you and then you send them over to a website where you get their name and email address and i was. You don't get if they subscribe. They don't at that level..

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"paul culligan" Discussed on Podcast Insider

Podcast Insider

07:21 min | 5 months ago

"paul culligan" Discussed on Podcast Insider

"Or some. Does it seem to you. See those to me that that was kind of rushed oas really rush and you know. Apple made their announcement. Then percents everything we saw from apple was pretty impressive but spotify. Ac sav we got twelve partners that are going to get premium and then at some point future going to be able to do it. But you're going to have to host your content inker and i'm like oh it's one of those things like us to. Yeah it's twenty two. Go over there in half to host your show to do premiums doesn't make a lot of sense to me but at some point we should talk about you know whether or not you really wanna start something like that regardless of what the platform move. Yeah just gotta think about. It gets a great opportunity for podcasters units that commitment level. You know if you're going to say you're going to do it then you have to do it. And what have you only get by our ten. What's the dollar amount. You're gonna earn have to be able to produce a premium episode every week or every month or whatever. You decide hard enough for me to do three podcasts week this one a little more obligated to but goes and you know you add something else where somebody's paying and then you know even if it's five bucks a month they expect a show for me. I've told my contributors to my personal show that i'm willing to do one but i didn't give a time commitment and i'm glad i didn't because i've been behind the eight ball and getting launch so. I think that this is something you'll have to think about. And i'm sure there's gonna be a lot of people are going to rush to do this. And then what did they do in. Are they going to have to cancel those shows if they don't find the time so or don't get enough response. 'cause remember you know a podcast. Regardless of whether it's a premium water everything else. It takes some time to produce. That's the thing i mean. We spend you know quite a bit of time. Prepping this show and you know all the other shows i do. I don't do as much prep on the other ones. Obviously but it takes some time commitment than post-production a little bit and you know at least publishing you know you gotta realize that. This is a bit of a time commitment so know. Be careful about starting a bunch of stuff that you can't finish. I live up to that every day because stuff that i'm always behind on so yeah. It's a big big challenge. But what happens. But i heard today. Finally that this podcast player that they're adding basically what you do. Is this yeah facebook. But you go with through spotify to do it. You go into your spotify app. And then you share facebook the episode and that goes on your page or on your news feed and then it shows up as a player up until a couple of days ago wasn't working but i heard this morning that it started roll out where person will be able to. At least ios users will be listened to the whole thing they've done something weird were android users are not gonna be able to listen to a whole episode which again android users continue get screwed so the irs functionality on this will be you build a scroll off the news feed and still listen. It won't stop like a video does so again though do people well. This may work different because people will be able to listen all the way through but at least on ios but my experience was sent me back to the spotify app. Put me in a loop to really didn't make any sense. Oh the other thing is on your facebook page. You know someone's playing podcast and we're not watching a live video like we're doing here. Someone's listening to a podcast. What happens if they scroll down there news well with this new player it will continue to play. That's the whole functionality of it will continue to play after you. Scroll often his feet. So that's the big difference here that they've never facebook is never given anyone else this opportunity to play back like this if we could we would have implemented years certainly an you know the other thing is is on facebook like if i'm watching a live facebook my phone and the screen goes dirk. The play stops wonder if you can put the phone back in your pocket and still listen now. I watch huck radius before they continued to play. I've actually had trouble closing them. So it's kinda sometimes weird on facebook but he has to see and just play around with yourself again. Go over to spotify. Find your episode pressed the hamburger. That's what i call it to get the additional options for the episode and then you'll see share and then s- like facebook and they'll give the option to push over so he can play with and see how it works on your side us snow beginning traction on that are obvious spring and you have to be in spotify to of the work for you right yet to be on spotify app. Push back to the facebook Facebook now it does on desktop We'll see if it plays on desktop. The same way does on mobile. But i guess there's a different experience for android users. You only get to listen to a little bit. Then you have to go back to spotify to listen to the whole thing so time will tell right ninety. Nine percent invisibles been bought by sirius. So this congratulations roman mars. Yeah i don't know what the number was but he got a decent paycheck. I'm sure because he donated a million bucks back to his old network to radio. Topa now you know. I was talking about this yesterday on another show. Was that radio. Topiary those anchor anchor show so what is gonna happen. A radio topiary now as opposed to anchor dot. Fm he was the big show on that platform or on that that work. Yeah he was the iraq he was the he was the macy's or you know one of the big end stores or big media civil. See what happens but this. Maybe that's the reason he donated a million dollars radio topi on the way out said. Here's some money to be going. I'm just speculating. There were the thing with this is. It's not like the joe rogan deal. He's still going to be everywhere and serious own stitcher. So it's stitcher studios. That is officially the new home of it or something like that. But it's still going to be distributed via. Rss so right so let's talk a little bit about podcast. Connect they just saw something interesting over on transistor. I know they're a competitor but it was a good article but they have kind of a page that lists all the current issues going on with apple. You know a lot of people are still having trouble getting into podcasts. Connect their you know the dashboard. They're apple and i did hear today. That dave jackson yvo terrible got in today so apparently they're getting stuff going. But i think paul culligan still out so you know. We did our call with apple last week. They without going into too much detail. They are working around the clock to fix that. So there's always when union to a big platform change like that. It's especially a company as big as apple. I mean there's bound to be glitches though in a cut them a little slack. They'll get it together main thing he's just shows all the shows have been back. It's just people getting access to the platform. So like i said there's been little glitches here and there but it's not been terrible and i'm really surprised that i'm not getting more tech support issues out of it. I don't think a lot of people go over to podcast. Connect on a regular basis. I think just if you podcasters do. But i must say that. Some of the new stats. They put out are pretty cool. They're very nice. Yep seek definitely Definitely check that out looking for john. Mcmillan mills looking for script editor podcasts. And they own the quick and dirty tips network. This would be a great gig per somebody. Put that in here for that. You know we're friends with magnon who started quick and dirty tips and grammar girl and they're.

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"paul culligan" Discussed on For the Love of Podcast

For the Love of Podcast

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"paul culligan" Discussed on For the Love of Podcast

"That drives me nuts when especially I understand how people do this because when me and my best friend get together, his wife especially is subjected to this, and this is where you have eight million inside jokes. And you're like man remember the orange gatorade he's like. Forgot. And she's looking at us like what's and we're crying we're laughing about Orange Gatorade. So I see a lot of podcasts do that and you're like a for the record I wasn't there back in ninety seven the Orange Gatorade I wasn't there and I have no idea what you're talking about. Well, it doesn't necessarily provide value. We'll get into that in a minute. I've got one more actually got two more one is this obsession with new and noteworthy? Yeah the thing that drives me nuts about this number one people were getting paid thousands of dollars to get you into new and noteworthy, and there are so many things a give an example Paul revere ran through the streets screaming the British are coming. The British are coming because he saw the lights. That's absolutely not true. That's not true. Look on the Internet. No he he actually did the things he went with a group of people. There's but it's been repeated. So often the people just it's folklore and people thought if I can get in the new and noteworthy, I'll have thousands of downloads and money will fall from the heavens and I reached out to different people and I my friend Paul Culligan had a new show. Got It in a new noteworthy and he got an extra thirty, two downloads. The one that really made me want to cry is somebody had gone through and and pretty much done everything you're supposed to. Do they launched the show. Of course, they launched with three episodes because you can't launch with with less than three or your curse for life or whatever, and they didn't get into new noteworthy and they were literally going to pull the podcast down renamed back to the drawing board because they didn't get into new and noteworthy and I'm like it doesn't do anything for you..

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"paul culligan" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"paul culligan" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

"You mean I have no idea. We're going to ask I. IT'S A two part process. It'll take two weeks and that was my version of law I did it with Jeff Walker is well with the product launch formula and in his brother John and he did my final launch for Tele. Seminar Secrets, I did it for The traffic conversion secrets, which was my first eighteen, hundred dollar course, and then I said, what do you want? We want to learn about tell us how menards by response doesn't everyone nobody tells someone? Are they said? No. So then we repurpose that but it's always by asking what you want next not losing your shirt on knowing what you think they need. So, Alex, you've accomplished a lot. What are you most proud of? Most proud of audio generator. Instant video generator and ask database and marketing makeover generator because in two thousand. Three, thousand, four, two, thousand, five, and two, thousand six that allowed me to make several million dollars which added made before but more importantly. What we did for other people became the seed that flopped into the route than the trump, the branches, the leaves, and the fruits to their business, and now they're making eight and nine figures as a result of those ideas. I'm most proud of my want students who have become my teachers Russell Brunson Ryan Deiss Vision Leconte. And the it used to annoy me that used to hurt my ego but then I asked myself, you know what? Maybe that's my destiny because that you well, I make good money and so they're smarter than me. They're more. Than I am more agile and they do something I don't want they have physical companies where people come in and you know they work. I have a virtual company and I have a personal assistant and that's all I have here. Everyone says across the world and that's the kind of vision I wanted for my business. So I'm most proud of having students become teachers and then most recently with my all selling aside podcast I'm most proud of taking twenty five years of sales marketing. Know How many of which I'm I'm talking about here. And delivering it it twenty five minute chunks week after week at the all selling aside podcast on I tunes and. That's my proudest accomplishment because I know what I know today but I didn't know at that then and now I get to give back for free they used to itunes, Google play, and Stitcher, and all the other platforms mostly ideas. And I want to remind you you can go to conscious millionaire business dot com go to the show notes. We're GONNA have all the links all the information from today's. So if you're working out, you're driving I don't want you to do anything unsafe always remember conscious millionaire business dot com is your central hub for this show and we'll always have the notes therefore you and we're gonNA. Have a link to all selling side which is Alex's new. An incredibly successful I gotta congratulate you launched and you crushed it as I knew you would and just congratulations on such a great launch to your podcast. Thank you. We called it a grand opening I waited to have over eleven episodes because started in April, and I wrote a book with Paul Culligan Business Podcasting, Bible but this cobbler has holes in his own shoes. I didn't launch a podcast until I tunes had a billion members. So that's my excuse but your health and other friends of just kind of you know putting it out there via twitter and social, and Facebook we reached a twenty two from nowhere. So very, very proud of that. Now, reteaching this launch strategy with my coach Brown and I think you're going to be the recipients hopefully. So it'll be fun YEP, it'll be it'll be fun because we're launching to more podcast. We're going to have a family of six podcasts on different angles from conscious millionaire about high performance. You know a central theme at conscious millionaire is making a positive impact in turning that into profits. What's the positive impact you're always focused on and how have you turned up positive impact into profits In two, thousand, seven, I started my mission to teach emerging nation entrepreneurs. Those are third world countries. Teaching, Emerging Nation Entrepreneurs Direct Marketing and digital marketing strategies so that they can buy their first home. And so I constantly go overseas. I. Have Partnerships in India for example, you get it had shot up. And Brazil yet a out for some Bal South Africa Poland and some countries. It's not very friendly 'em as an American go there these days but that can change I got my visa for Pakistan, and Pakistan is safe if you go in with the right people and other countries like. India everyone speak English. So it's very, very easy. I go to Quantum Lumpur. Malaysia and there we have people coming in from. Thailand. And is tied translator in real time. We have a mandarin translator for everyone coming from Taiwan. And we have a Vietnamese translator for everyone coming in from Vietnam that people in Singapore Malaysia do speak English but it's fun to get people from Indonesian other parts which are emerging nations and the Nice thing is I teach them digital marketing that's two years old because they're not ready for what's current right now they have to work away way up so I actually go. Back in time, meet them where they are today and then emerged them and the goal is to teach them these things. They can send me a picture on facebook buying their first home or dwelling. It could be a hot it could be an apartment in Burma, and in what's called me Amar I have two hundred thousand dollars clients there in one thirty, thousand.

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"paul culligan" Discussed on The Podcast Domination Show | Grow your audience, make money and have fun doing it

The Podcast Domination Show | Grow your audience, make money and have fun doing it

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"paul culligan" Discussed on The Podcast Domination Show | Grow your audience, make money and have fun doing it

"Clients and build their brands. I appreciate your time. Thanks for joining me. What is going on my friend? Welcome back. Welcome for the first time to the PODCAST Donald Show on this episode we go into what's has spotify bought now so? We're GONNA share going to talk about an article that actually had a client. Send me asking in a facebook Dan like. Did you see this and I was like no. What is this and the title of the? Linked in the show notes, so if you're on apple podcasts, you can swipe up and You can check out the article, but is basically a an article from VOX DOT com. The title is spotify. Hiring Joe Rogan. One of the world's most popular and controversial podcasters and this was published on May nineteenth. And by a guy named Peter Kaffa, so I'm just going to share a little bit about the article and my thoughts on it as to why they're doing this and what it means for people who love Eurogin, because I know a lot of pull up Joe Rogan, so I figured I'd share kind of my thoughts about it and obviously why they're doing it. And and What it means for other podcasts or so basically, spotify has been on this. Path last couple years to really take over the podcasting space and me. The number one leader in the space that right now is obviously apple, so apple podcasts is the. The behemoth in the Arena but spotify bench been you know really getting some ground on them lately, and this is their latest deal now they don't disclose how much they paid Joe Rogan her company for acquiring the show, but according to the article. There is talk that it's similar to. A recent deal they did to buy. The podcast called the ringer, which was a biscuit podcast by bill, Simmons and they paid one hundred, ninety million for that one plus another fifty million dollars in contracts for employees, so you can guess I would guess I mean according to the article. At least it's around there. I wouldn't be surprised honestly if it was more than that, but. Here's here's the deal. spotify is going to be buying up big bigger influencers podcasters in order to do just what they're doing here, which is taking all of his content and putting it only on spotify, so that you can only find Rogan's stuff on spotify. So, what does that do? If you're listening to to his show on Youtube or other places will pretty much going to be pissed because you have to now pretty soon, according this article, I believe the the. The contract starts may or September first yes. Oh, says the rogan quotes, Rogin will be. We'll start working for spotify on September one. in the company says it will move all of its archives, including videos of lengthy your lengthy videos to its platform in quote, so they're going to be moving all their stuff over to. spotify thrust of this year, and then you know according to this article basically by the end of this year it's going to be if you want Rogan GonNa, go spotify, so that's going to be a big deal for a lot of people who are listened to show and other places right? If thing about too if you are a podcast or and now all the people who were discovering Rogan and now. They're and also by default like maybe looking for other podcasts. People out people come into podcasting because they like a guy like Rogin, and then they started consumers content, and then they start to venture off and see. What else is there in this podcasting world for them to offer them the to find so these huge influencers are huge for podcasters. If you're an entrepreneur or a business owner who wants to grow a podcast who wants to sell products or get clients from their podcasts, these influencers are huge for us because they bring new people into the ecosystem. And without them being there, it's an issue. Let's not as it's not good right so. This is one probably of many other you'll see. spotify will acquire them, and it'll be interesting to see and I've heard Paul Culligan. Talk about this, so shout out to Paul. Who's always really big on the stuff, but it's interesting to see. It'll be interesting to see what apple does. What other platforms do? Are they going to start buying up the bigger media or other influencers to only exclusively create content on their platform? You know. How is apple going to? Respond to this so. Really interesting stuff if you're podcasts or what this means for you is that you have to make sure your podcast is on spotify because here's the deal. All of those people who love. Row Joe Rogan will go or most of them will go to spotify and guess what they are going to have an influx of traffic, so you better make sure your podcast as there. You better make sure you're promoting that link and you realize that. Now. spotify is going to be a bigger player in this because especially. If you're doing content anywhere related to Joe Rogan! It's going to be hard to find elsewhere. So. that's episode I. Just want to share this awesome article again. It's in the show not to swipe up on an apple device to get the show.

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"paul culligan" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"paul culligan" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

"Podcast is amazing raising for that will link to the roland episode to on on our show notes ridiculous story. Ali brown contact is in the hospital she goes. You know i know what you're gonna. Tail like you know now. You're going to be the person who launched new york times bestseller bedside with your son in a coma and i go yes. I am what i'm gonna do because i'm gonna make sure that he has everything he needs so that this will be the best thing not the worst thing that ever happened to him and and it is so there you go you you learn how to manage mindset prior to that. How many put a little mental overload. I think it's time to time put on the life rafter blow up. The life raft is not when you're drowning right. No we well. Let's <hes> let's wrap it up and i know you already mentioned one of the books that are the most recent tim book iconic by scott mccain so definitely check that out. That's what all about the personal branding stuff that you're in becoming distinct iconic and all that yeah he's got a great podcast too but again that michael steles ner interview with him on social media marketing world was another just like stunning like your jaw dropping interview nice to that. I'm a big podcast junkie too. I go and take my dog for a walk every single night and i get a podcast in night so i would if we have podcast. Don't listen to podcasts. It's like super line true. They're amazing yeah so and we don't even touch on your podcasts so let's do that right now. So can i have to on the consumer land. We're actually finally doing season two. This is really ridiculous so five years later. We're starting season. Two <hes> advice from paul culligan goes seasons. I'm like oh oh i was gonna say like that's actually really good strategy and polls the man for it so aso paul's been like paul paul pops and periodically we hire them to have them do all the strategy so so he's been in there helping us get that whole thing dialed back in and so thank you paul <hes> and so we've got that for the consumer which is me like because of my mindshare media. I have like the most coolest amazing guests ever so. I have guests. I have just me riffing on something and then i do friday q. and a. and then <hes> we launched instore mindshare mind cast <hes> and that's really about business behind a doctor's help entrepreneurs health experts. It's all of the things that we'll help you..

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"paul culligan" Discussed on Podcast Pontifications

Podcast Pontifications

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"paul culligan" Discussed on Podcast Pontifications

"These are engineers. They will teach you how to that'd be exceptional engineers. If that's what you wanna do podcast engineering school good to catch up with them my friend paul culligan and his daughter lindsay talking about the podcast partnership again here it is now. I've known paul for fifteen years. I know what paul does nope don't but i got a good rundown of the podcast partnership and the very indepth yep methodology they use to help their business focusing podcasts so thanks paul ford for letting you playing along letting playing apart who explains things things to meet someone who you think new everything turns out. I don't know i don't know everything radio while really impressed with radio public. I had to pick a. I'm going to pick a winner but man. They're right up there. Joshua ray who i've been talking with for a long time finally got to meet jake shapiro in person talked a lot with nicole. They've got mazing things that radio public is doing man and their pod pass. Wow just just so mind blowing. It's technical geek but it's going to solve one of the biggest problems that we have. I really think that radio public is going going deeper hail. Mary pass that that ought to work and i think we can all get behind it. Even matters chat was a movement spotify. Here's the weird thing spotify raleigh. Thanks for talking with me today so probably rowley anyhow raleigh raleigh. Whichever is in mesa arizona. I'm in phoenix arizona. It's so wild spotify. Technical team is in arizona so hopefully we'll get them out. Maybe at the phoenix podcast club would be kind of fun talked a long time with your from from vox nest again. Someone i know vox business for a long time but now i got the real deal what they do on the back end what they're trying to do which is pretty impressive so i like that caught up with ray from megaphone who i've been talking with. It seems like for a year. We finally got to meet face to face with megaphone. Thanks megaphones a big sponsor here podcast movement so thanks for chatting with me ray rockin zach obviously from squad cast good good friends of mine. I continue to hope great things happening with scott. Cash are really like the product and of course marc hearing from rebel base media and captivate audio along along with the lovely ladies lucie and sam have been fantastic very accommodating for. Everybody just really great stuff that they're doing as well. That's it for day three podcast movement so so here's the deal <hes> so tomorrow's friday you know there's not really a show on friday. I'm thinking i might do it. I'm thinking i might do a show on friday. You guys let me know if you wanna to hear from show tomorrow for the rest of it because the shows still going on i'm gonna go downstairs and walk through and talk to the handful of people. Have it yet had a chance to meet so you know maybe maybe maybe i'll do a show guys. Let me know you can do that by me a coffee thing. If you want something new to try to buy me a coffee dot com slash yvo tara. Just send me an email to view you like yvo at podcast launch dot pro so maybe tomorrow maybe another episode from here to podcasts movement. Yeah thanks again for listening as always and and <hes> in theory. We'll see if there's another tomorrow. Maybe if not definitely on monday another podcast quantifications cheers..

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"paul culligan" Discussed on She Podcasts

She Podcasts

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"paul culligan" Discussed on She Podcasts

"The room weren't at the exhibits but so i stood up for like fifteen minutes and sort of believe them into sitting there and listening to me. I was like if you wanna be a podcast astor. I'm going to be talking about it. In ten minutes nine minutes eight just like making fun of or i would say. Don't don't walk out the door. You know like i was just like riffing until i had the somewhat of an audience so i had like a full audience but i had to call people out in order to get them to sit down. Holy the crap they did well good. I know and it's just so funny when you saw that when the saw those pictures sought picture that victor was chris. There was one person in the audience. You took that shot yes yes. It's really pathetic because you're right to get people to sit down there and do that stuff but anyway regardless talking about speaker's. You redid the whole entire website website for she had moved on have the whole lineup. You've got the lineup there. I have the whole lineup plus or minus a few stragglers who have gotten the information but for the most part. I guess i have the whole lineup i have the entire <hes> agenda as well as the lineup of speakers and everyone who's going to be speaking what they're speaking about hold on. I have a visitor here a visitor. You wanna say really quick hi hi. It's been about a year since i saw you little man member. We were like inside of your tent claim and then who's that charge knows all right. Are you gonna let me finish my my call. Yes you're gonna be really quiet with my call but just like us the the rattling noise the thing. I'm going to be so quiet. He's your son hilarious honey. Oh my gosh with the whole website thing too though it was really nice to be covered by pod news. We got some lovely tweets. That went out put that i just saw that made me really happy to see us out there. The headline for the tweet for pod news was she podcast live his looking off. I didn't see that i didn't see today. No no dude. This was like the headline at this was a tweet. This was a tweet pod news put out and when last night they think oh last night i sent him my press release so he put it up like two pm last night. Okay okay and then he grow. She podcast live is looking awesome. Oh and then paul culligan re tweeted that and said. Have you met just government in the house gore. How could it not on the. I have to look at that didn't see yes. I'm gonna put a link in the show notes to that press release that you sent over to pop news. I'm sure it's everywhere else as as well but that was a press release that you put out there and you did a fantastic job of really outlining what that was good jobs. Bras release is just fantastic stuff. I'm going to be kind of dorky here and i'm going to read you a little bit of it because it is very good and i think that you're doing a great job doing the stuff so all right here it says is it says buzz sprout a weber simple cast edison research p. r. x. mid rule and many others will be sponsoring and presenting podcast live the new women's podcasting sitting event from october eleventh to thirteenth twenty nine thousand nine d.

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"paul culligan" Discussed on The New Influence Podcast

The New Influence Podcast

15:22 min | 2 years ago

"paul culligan" Discussed on The New Influence Podcast

"Walkin to the podcast episode twenty five. And we're back. Welcome to the podcast St. Davies from St. Davies dot com. So today, I wanna talk about why you need a podcast to build a long-term online brand. Now, I've already covered why you need blog to build a long-term online brand. And this time it's a podcast about. Yes. Podcasting. And podcasting light blogging is being around for some time with the first one launched in. I think two thousand and three so quite some time ago, not as old as blogs, but still old all the same particularly in online communications years. And actually the term podcasting comes from. It's an amalgamation of the I part, I part and broadcasting. So obviously, no one really uses the ipod these days just to give you an indication of how old and weather name came about. I actually think over time will get rid of the term podcasting because it's quite old, and we'll just call it a show. I have show an audio. Oh, and it's only today that podcasting becoming more mainstream even though it's been around for quite some time, and that's due the likes of Spotify. Investing in hafa billion dollars in two thousand and nineteen solely into podcasting and has been the influx of new podcasts over the last few years, it is becoming quite saturated market because many companies and many media companies and many hobbyists alike all launched podcasts. So why so well it's much easier to launch a podcast in this day and age than it was back in two thousand and four two thousand five through more podcast hosts available. There are a lot cheaper than what they used to be with the economies of scale does more editing software more easier to use at it himself wet, and in some cases, this free editing software. So I use or density for my podcast, which is free to download and free to use its soft. And it does the job for me. Some people say you need to use adobe audition. But I. That's you know, that's only for the professionals, really. And you can get what you need done using a free service like audacity and also with Mike. There's lots of podcasting. Mike's these days low to USB Mike's that you can use to plug directly into your computer. I have a yeti US bay Mike, which is often. The preferred choice of podcasting Mike among I'm 'as Bush. I know this better ones coming out all the time. And some more advance podcast will tell you not use the yeti and go for a different one. And also this literally devices coming out now that podcasting kits all in one. So usually if he put together a podcast, and if you're interviewing people, let's say in a certain location, you'd have to take your Queant with you you have to buy Mike and Exelon cable as records and so on but now with the likes of road, the Austrian company that makes all the great Mike's. They've brought out the row Casta pro which is essentially a podcasting show that you can take on the road with you. And you just essentially press. Record record up to four people. And does everything for you, basically? Whereas the old way there's a bit of a process to it. You have to kind of put it together you have to use the jets and so on so again, this is just the beginning of the second eve Lucien of podcasting. There's a lot more information available now with regard to podcasting. So the used to be of a lack of information lots of people didn't know how to start a podcast, and it was really just a kind of a communications medium for the geeks. It was for people who had a tech understanding and podcast early podcasts were mainly about technology. Anyway. But now it's flourished and technology keeps getting better tomorrow, consumer focused and much like blogs and social media in general that in the days if you wanted to put content online you'd probably have to understand hates the amount. But now anyone can put content online, regardless of whether they have the techno- how or not, and that's why with whites created this flourish in Konami of social media. And it's. Why everyone has an opinion these days because it's easy to put your opinion online. But like blogging podcast requires you to take a long-term approach if you want to build a brand podcast, generally, don't go viral. And instead you have to build your audience over time one person at the time. But as far as developing Broncos podcasting is one of the best online mediums you can use as long as you take a long-term approach. So here I'm gonna give you the reasons why casting is one of the best mediums to build the brand. I certainly put it up with blogging and definitely higher than social media. So firstly, it's mobile. So what is the only media that you can consume while you're driving while you're at the gym walking the dog doing any of the kind of activity audio whether that music, whether that's the radio over that's a podcast. So with reading like a blog or news article with watching like a YouTube video of the TV you have to be stationary. You have to be locked into the. Content to watch it to read us to interpret. And so on with podcasting. You can do it anywhere in. It's not legal to listen to a podcast in your car. And you can do it easily. When you're you know, you're ninety percent maxed out on the treadmill at the gym. He couldn't read an article while you do enough. So it's more ballot. You can do it possibly you can do it while you're multitasking. No, the medium gives you that benefit. Secondly, highly personal. So if you've been listening to a podcast with a podcast over weeks and months you develop a kind of intimate relationship between the podcast that and yourself because your allowing the person in your ears. You're allowing the person into your drive to work, you're lying that person into your gym session aware of so you develop more of a personal connection with the person who's speaking he developed that quirks. They providing great information. You know, you appreciate the information that giving you if you. Them funny, you know, the brighten up your day somewhat and so on so you can develop that kind of personal relationship with them. And also with podcasts we choose who we subscribe to. So yes, you choose who you subscribe to on YouTube, but seventy percent of all YouTube videos, watched Ogden through the recommendation algorithm. So when you go into YouTube chances on it's going to present to you videos that it thinks that you should watch. Now, you might want to watch them you might enjoy watching them. But it's not something that you've chosen to watch with a podcast, someone's actively subscribed to your podcast, and they get updates of your content, only when you publish it. So the algorithm there's no algorithm that says you like this podcast. Maybe like this one to you like this particular episode of podcast, maybe like this one too with a podcast, you only get the content that you subscribe to in the pug Custos that you subscribe to nothing else. And the next reason why you need to build a brand using a podcast is. Is the engagement rate is actually through the roof with podcasting. So there was a guy who did a test. It was a kind of he didn't plan out to test. But he discovered it essentially guy called Paul Culligan, and he's a podcast, but he's also Facebook page, he's got a YouTube channel. And he often goes live on Facebook CEO fire Facebook live because that's the only way to get any traction organically within the auger them these days. So he fired up Facebook live. He did a video. And I think it was about ten minutes long. And he discovered that the average watch time on the video was three percent. So the people who watch the only watch three percent of it. So that was you know, ninety seven percent of the whole content is not being viewed. So even if you have a million people viewing if the viewing three percent than you're not getting your message across so he took that video and he put it on his YouTube channel. So in terms of the average watch time on YouTube that was thirty six percent. So while Facebook video was three percent. Youtube video was thirty six percent. That's twelve times better. So a lot better. But still it's only thirty six percent. So what he did have to that. Is he stripped out the audio and he published as a podcast some terms of the average listen time for that podcast for the audio of that video. It was ninety six percent ninety six percent. So when it comes to Facebook video three percent of reg-, watch time YouTube video it was that six percent average watch time and impact cast audio. It was ninety six percent average. Listen time that is considerably more and considerably better. So in terms of engagement podcast is far better. Now, this just wasn't a one off either. He did it with multiple podcasts. Multiple people who he works with any found the same as well. So he had this guy who he works with who spends a million dollars a year on Facebook advertising and boosting his Facebook, videos and. They were getting somewhere in the region of. I think it was like nine ten percent of ridge watch time. And this is a guy that spends a million dollars. So what he's done his he's transferred all investment in all that time into crate and podcasts. So as you can see engagement rate is must've better with podcast, and that's to do with one as I mentioned already. It's mobile people can do it when the doing the things. So you know, you can listen to that podcast while you're doing the things and also it's more personal as well. So people are listening intently and developing relationship with you. So the next reason is podcast a long form. So you can develop a podcast that is twenty to twenty five minutes long in have no problem with people listening to it all the way through speaking for myself here, I've been in the car before and listening to podcasts, and I've got to my destination, and I've got seven or eight minutes left that podcast. I'm not gonna leave the car until the podcast finished. You couldn't do that. With any of the social media such a personal medium and even though. It's a long and even though it can be twenty minutes, thirty minutes. And if you're someone like Joe Rogan who apparently makes fifty million dollars a year on his podcast. They can be three hours long. He he has chats with people to three hours he is one of the most well respected. He's one of the most follows in. Listen to podcasts does in the world. So illustrates that podcasting is very much along for medium as his blogging too. So like touch on less time with blogging, you can write a long form article, and you can help people who are reading it for not just like five minutes. But in some cases, twenty minutes and more. I've got a few articles that are long form where I look at my starts in tells me that the average reading time is around twenty minutes. Now that is phenomenal given that era in which we live in where attention sponsor, very low, and it's hard to get people's attention. Because you've got so many notification so many things in emails coming through in tweets and what's ups and so on the log interface boat in the so many different things. Click on Iveco people who is spending twenty minutes reading my article. Now, that's not in the millions. We only talk about in the thousands. But I'd rather have thousands of people spending twenty minutes on my content than you know, millions of people spending a couple of seconds. So from a brand perspective. That's what you need to be thinking about impact casts phenomenal for long phone too. So next with podcasts you have a variety of different formats that you can use. So it could be like this could be just someone speaking into a podcast, and you know, you just listening to one person or could be could be an interview it could be a chat it could be an episode or it could be an asset. So what do I mean by enough set? Well, this podcast here. This isn't gonna go out date for the next couple of years. You could listen to this podcast in the information that I'm giving you in twelve months time and still be relevant. There's not much going to change the benefit to podcasting while you need to grow a pug. Is not gonna change in the next twelve months. Probably not even thirty six months. So this podcast as a NAS at will last may for three years, at least probably more. So while you could do a Nepi sewed way, you're talking about the week's news and what's going on. And that's very voluble to certain people as well. You can also create assets like this that will serve that purpose and essentially game more listeners over time for years to come. So with a podcast, you can create different kind of episodes different kind of assets different formats as well. So it all depends on what you want to achieve with a brand I would advise on creatine assets. Just because they'll grow value. They'll get more listeners, and they'll serve you for a long period of time. But again, it depends on what you need to do in the final reason why you want to build a Bryant using podcast is doing a podcast regularly will help you become a better communicator. So I'm not the best person to speak in. Microphone. I've never been the best person to speak in through telephone. It's not my preferred wave communicating, but I know if I continue doing it for a longer period of time, I'm going to get better at it. And we have to constantly challenge. Ourselves in this day and age, particularly with communication, and particularly the way the world is going. We always have to be learning and getting better. And there's no better way to help. You do that doing a podcast can help you form your thoughts. It can help you shape, your thinking, and it can help you become the communicator as well. So it's just a win win all around. And again, I know for a fact that in twelve months if I continue doing this podcast. I'm going to be a better communicate than what I am today. And that's why I don't worry about the mistakes that I make that's why don't worry about what I found light because I know incrementally each time. I do a podcast. I learned something new each time. I do one. I might learn how to edit it better. I might learn a new function on or does he I might find a new software tool that helps me kind of refine the podcast at the end. I might buy. New piece of kit that just kinda mix at that little bit better. So it's all about incremental improvement. And I guarantee you if you do a podcast now, you'll probably be pre rubbish. But I guarantee in twelve months you'll be much better. And it's all about the compound effect. Just getting that one percent better every time in a compound over time. So there was a stop that said that if you got one percent better over time, you'll be three thousand eight hundred times better at the end of twelve months assuming that you've got one percent better every day. Now, that's three hundred eighty times better than what you would be now whether we can get one percent better every day for the cost of twelve months is another question. But it just illustrates that the more. You do something the better you're gonna get. So that's me nuts. Podcasting. And that's branding. Let me know what you think. Either by Email in the comments via social media, or whatever. So I'm Steve Davies from St. Davies dot com, and I'll see you next time.

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"paul culligan" Discussed on Podcast Help Desk

Podcast Help Desk

05:14 min | 2 years ago

"paul culligan" Discussed on Podcast Help Desk

"Not lose any sleep over Google play. And any way I say that too much don't I? The thing is is independent podcasters are just that independent. Not everybody has the same goal. So not everybody's advice is going to be applicable to your doing even my advice. You know? Yeah. I tend to I tend to give advice that keeps you in control of your podcast, completely you own the feed you own the the domain you own you own everything, you know. And I suggest that you use blueberry hosting to store your media files, but that's not necessary. And you know, and that doesn't hurt your ownership of the podcast. You know? So and I I do tend to do that. But you know, there are people out there that just want to get some get the word out. So that may not be as important as I think it should be. You know, I I honestly think if you're going to do something. And do it right from the get-go. 'cause you never know it it'll turn into you know, when I started my little podcast way back in the day two thousand five I had no idea. Why that alarm went off? I have no idea why you know. I had no idea. It would it would turn into what it has. You know, that show itself hasn't really turned into anything huge. But that show has opened up numerous opportunities. You know, I've got speaking gigs. I got I got a job because of it. I've met all kinds of cool people, you know, travel. You know, lots of things have opened up because I started that little podcast had I not owned that little podcast who knows what would have happened. You know, I own the domain own the, you know, all that intellectual property is mine, you know, not not that. It's the greatest thing in the oral get I get that. But I'm just saying, you know, so you never know what it's going to turn into. So, you know, if you start out, you know, with the the proper platform, you'll do well. But the thing is, you know, not all advice is for everybody. You know, having a WordPress site yet that's a little bit of work. But guess what WordPress is it's somewhere north of of twenty five percent of the entire internet. And there's a lot of people out there using it and learning it is probably a good thing and running your podcasts from it is also probably a good thing in most cases. Because like I said, you control it you get to control that that little piece of the internet. You know in a lot of podcasters are also bloggers because blogging and podcasting are the same thing. And they also do other things on the site. Just having a home base. You know, I I still that's good advice regardless who you are. But I'm just saying that, you know, not everybody wants to take ads not everybody's interested in, you know, changing the entire world with their little podcast. I mean, you know, some people need way. Down, you know. And that's actually the the better way to podcast. So you don't worry about the number so much as I talked to the Paul Culligan on the last episode. You know, it it's not, you know, pure numbers game. It's you know, are you reaching the right people? You know, if you're reaching the the correct people if it's fifty of the the right people versus five hundred thousand of just people in general, you might be doing better. But I guess everybody's got their own goal. And, you know, just be careful of the advice, you take and who you're taking it from, you know, just look at, you know, the perspective, you know, my perspective here is you should just own everything about your internet presence and never promote anything that. You don't own. I mean. Yeah. Promote the fact that you're on apple you're on Google, you're on Stitcher. You're on tune in your on Spotify. All that. But send them to your web. Site. And then give them all that option that that's good advice. I think for just about everybody, you know, I've been playing around with the other platforms and other ways of doing things I've got a believe it or not I have a show on anchor all the view from the north go check it out. It's just my little experiment on anchor just to see how that platform works. And and you know, playing around with various ways to produce a podcast. Then it's kind of fun. You know, let the anchor being bought out by Spotify. Who knows what's going to happen over there? But you know platform is sorta solid I, and I don't like their business model and also don't like the fact that unless you go through some backflips that they submit the thing to apple and all that. So you really don't even own that listing. So that's that's a little bit depressing. But you know,

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"paul culligan" Discussed on Podcast Help Desk

Podcast Help Desk

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"paul culligan" Discussed on Podcast Help Desk

"In. And I also made it a traditional podcast. So if you go to PHD, news dot blueberry dot net. And I do believe I have PHD news dot com or the news. I forget I'll put it in the show notes for this episode as well, but you can get my every other day ish. Little's news snippet either via the Amazon. What is it the news? What are the? I'm losing it here. Anyway, you could add it to your flash briefing. They go at it to your flash briefing on on your Amazon device or you can subscribe to it in a podcast form. But usually it's a one to five minute thing about what's going on in podcasting. And sometimes a tip or trick. Breaking news like I did yesterday. Monday Wednesday Friday, and as needed to go check that out PHD, news dot blueberry dot net. Is the direct link to that or said look for it in your Amazon blank app. I should really mute the device. I don't want to set yours off either. So anyhow, let's all I got going here today. Everybody's having a good one. I do have an interview coming with Paul Culligan, which will be the next episode. So watch for that in a week or so, and I will catch you later.

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"paul culligan" Discussed on podnews

podnews

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"paul culligan" Discussed on podnews

"In the latest pod news, hey, there this is Ashleigh, Carmen. This is Caitlin. Tiffany, we host. Why'd you? I? That button the verge show about all the decisions. Technology forces us to make you push that button. A podcast, examines the way technology influences are thinking, changes are behavior affect. Our social lives is returning for a third series. Why bother with podcasting when you can just Facebook live, Paul Culligan checks the stats, average consumption for podcasting, he discovers his much much better. Facebook is making TV show with Jessica Bill based on line town. Bill is playing the part of Lima haddock the podcasts host and journalist in Los Angeles, New fronts, west contained announcements from the Los Angeles Times and Gandhari media group about new podcast from them. Poltrak heaven ounce, their top US podcast publishers for September twenty eighteen the listing for this American life and cereal is up seventeen million, which would indicate that. Cereal which launched on September. Twentieth is responsible for about one point, seven million downloads at day. The third coast international audio festival have posted the winners of their awards. One of the most talked about podcasts. He recorded a podcast movement. Whiskey cast has announced a partnership with premium Irish whiskey, brand writers, tears. The company will sponsor a section of the podcast for the next year planet podcasting, Australia's largest independent podcast network has signed with TRITON digital to deliver and monetize that podcast content and a Sifi audio. Drama tides is currently raising money for a second series through indigo,

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"paul culligan" Discussed on podnews

podnews

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"paul culligan" Discussed on podnews

"In the latest pod news, hey, there this is Ashleigh, Carmen. This is Caitlin. Tiffany, we host. Why'd you? I? That button the verge show about all the decisions. Technology forces us to make you push that button. A podcast, examines the way technology influences are thinking, changes are behavior affect. Our social lives is returning for a third series. Why bother with podcasting when you can just Facebook live, Paul Culligan checks the stats, average consumption for podcasting, he discovers his much much better. Facebook is making TV show with Jessica Bill based on line town. Bill is playing the part of Lima haddock the podcasts host and journalist in Los Angeles, New fronts, west contained announcements from the Los Angeles Times and Gandhari media group about new podcast from them. Poltrak heaven ounce, their top US podcast publishers for September twenty eighteen the listing for this American life and cereal is up seventeen million, which would indicate that. Cereal which launched on September. Twentieth is responsible for about one point, seven million downloads at day. The third coast international audio festival have posted the winners of their awards. One of the most talked about podcasts. He recorded a podcast movement. Whiskey cast has announced a partnership with premium Irish whiskey, brand writers, tears. The company will sponsor a section of the podcast for the next year planet podcasting, Australia's largest independent podcast network has signed with TRITON digital to deliver and monetize that podcast content and a Sifi audio. Drama tides is currently raising money for a second series through indigo, podcasts. Good on newsletter is better. We linked to all of these stories cover many more and it's free subscribed today at pod news dot net.

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Why'd You Push That Button returns for a third season

podnews

01:50 min | 3 years ago

Why'd You Push That Button returns for a third season

"In the latest pod news, hey, there this is Ashleigh, Carmen. This is Caitlin. Tiffany, we host. Why'd you? I? That button the verge show about all the decisions. Technology forces us to make you push that button. A podcast, examines the way technology influences are thinking, changes are behavior affect. Our social lives is returning for a third series. Why bother with podcasting when you can just Facebook live, Paul Culligan checks the stats, average consumption for podcasting, he discovers his much much better. Facebook is making TV show with Jessica Bill based on line town. Bill is playing the part of Lima haddock the podcasts host and journalist in Los Angeles, New fronts, west contained announcements from the Los Angeles Times and Gandhari media group about new podcast from them. Poltrak heaven ounce, their top US podcast publishers for September twenty eighteen the listing for this American life and cereal is up seventeen million, which would indicate that. Cereal which launched on September. Twentieth is responsible for about one point, seven million downloads at day. The third coast international audio festival have posted the winners of their awards. One of the most talked about podcasts. He recorded a podcast movement. Whiskey cast has announced a partnership with premium Irish whiskey, brand writers, tears. The company will sponsor a section of the podcast for the next year planet podcasting, Australia's largest independent podcast network has signed with TRITON digital to deliver and monetize that podcast content and a Sifi audio. Drama tides is currently raising money for a second series through indigo,

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"paul culligan" Discussed on The Chalene Show

The Chalene Show

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"paul culligan" Discussed on The Chalene Show

"Or android has something quivalent and those are legitimately from off the top of my head before we start into today's topic any quick questions about podcasting or how i do something people always ask if i use notes i have i forgot my notes i do so i i don't have a script i just write down some of the things that come to mind or if i've done research i'll write down maybe the the study that in a reference some of the points i want to go through so look i'm going to give you seven tips that i've written down those seven tips but it's all extemporaneous because the microphone so if it's something you're considering doing if you mess it up you just start over and you delete it you know so it's pretty forgiving fun thing to do any of you interested in doing a podcast awesome yeah cool so there's an episode of build your tribe i just did with paul culligan he's like the original og podcasting and he gives a lot of great tips for people who are just starting podcast and i said listen i don't want like the tipsy confinement every blog i want the tips that like nobody knows about like if you're gonna start a podcast like this is ninja stuff and i just recorded that pocket and i'm hearing from my fellow podcasters who've been doing this for like five years and they're like that episode was gold there's so many great tips in that so be sure to listen to that build you tribe episode if you are thinking about starting a podcast because it'll save you a lot of headache and probably boost you in the ratings pretty quickly and that's important because you want to use them scribner's all right so i use a program called audacity and it's a free program and you can download it from the internet i just hook up by yeti and we start well i hope you enjoy then i hope if you haven't yet done so encourage you to listen to the full content of the live show based on or i should say focused on emotional connectedness really important episode i hope you'll listen more than once i hope you'll take some notes it'll improve not just your marital or boyfriend girlfriend relationships it can improve even friendships having an emotional connection to people is so rewarding and it's not something most of us learn how to do fact most of us were role modeled something quite opposite that in our own homes as children i would love to see you at a live taping we're taking the show on the road we're picking the cities where we have the most subscribers so if you'd like for me to come to a big.

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"paul culligan" Discussed on I Love Marketing with Joe Polish and Dean Jackson

I Love Marketing with Joe Polish and Dean Jackson

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"paul culligan" Discussed on I Love Marketing with Joe Polish and Dean Jackson

"So so wait so just so that's good thank you so why did you call it all selling aside i mean go deeper into that name well i was in a mastermind in in montreal friend of mine was putting on danny and there was another guy in the room where i just met he's he's cofounder of baby bathwater institute michael savage and i was talking about this idea a couple of years ago i wrote the business podcasting bible with paul culligan and here i am i don't have a real podcast i have a weekly show on facebook live and i've done through webinars seminars but i didn't have a podcast so should i gotta i gotta you know so the holes in my kid's shoes the cobbler right and i'm not eating my own cooking so i sit here's the idea and he said why don't you call it also aside i said that's pretty good it's right went i registered if it was available and so all the podcast is devoted to hardworking coaches and consultants service professionals who hate to sell and so the premise is storytelling is the new salad and instead of closing do the seating and then they'll close jeffrey get him says you know people hate to be sold but they love to buy so remember people who are frayed to sell the figure there's so many of them maybe i'll get maybe not on this show but other shows there are a lot of people hate this out.

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"paul culligan" Discussed on This Week in Travel

This Week in Travel

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"paul culligan" Discussed on This Week in Travel

"Three year three and a half years i ran my blog before anyone in the travel industry even talk to me it was all in my own dime i just did it because i loved it chris's raisin five fingers for five years yeah and that's why i made the joke about in today's dana age because i think all of us got into it for the love of travel originally it wasn't about building the money are you know that would have been great a don't get me wrong we all wanna make a living but it was about the travel first and i think that's why we've all been a success for a decade now because we didn't get into it for the reasons of well i gotta make money at this and how can i do it and what tricks can i do and how can i gained the system it was just i love travel i want to share my experiences and i want to show people how you can do this and i want to show other people that you don't have to just live in ordinary life you can go out there and do something extraordinary and i think that's a great thing that we are like murders were pure when i started but there at the very first podcast expo that i went to so i started the show july the image traveler alive two thousand and five there was a podcast expo that september the very first timber quinn and by at tim and tim enemy all berquin the brooklyn brothers say use podcast brothers in the past brothers it was the podcast and portal meet portable media expo that year i think they used to change the name every year and until rick eventually bought the show of five years later or something like that but there was a meet up that was how to make money and podcasting and it was me and one other guy paul paul culligan if you if you are in the podcast base eunepal but.

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"paul culligan" Discussed on FunnelHacker Radio

FunnelHacker Radio

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"paul culligan" Discussed on FunnelHacker Radio

"A arrow things like if i just bring this back to a good website and a good blogging strategy i just created a digital marketing which we have a digital marketing service the doesn't take a whole lot of work but a drinks tremendous by the client higher ticket stuff which we don't have to spend a lot of time on but brings enough value for us to charge a premium on and also it's very shiny to where people are like wow these guys look at all the stuff they're doing forest where we are rabin smart about it right and who cares of if it doesn't cost as much money we can charge a lot so be it that's what this is all about right in that that's kind of how that's going to how were set up so a couple things at you've been met here come to mind one is for those guys who are listening if you're if you have a digital marketing agency what fills described it said that i would highly recommend that you add to your business and that is creating a podcasting type of a guest basically the whole thing's forest take it from the block but teach your clients had to do that you become so much more valuable to your clients because now basically helping them get out there and i think the other thing fill i've as you were talking i was down with a jailed pastureland in any poor fuel down at the podcast paradise paul culligan gusty back in august yourself as fascinating his first time i've actually ever attended a podcasting seminar at word event and i'm so used to thinking podcast as business business business and my mind was totally blow i mean they had like in emmys award for all the different types of podcast that went on for hours and hours and hours when night but it was interesting for me to see that no matter what your industry or niches their most likely is a podcast out there about it and so i don't know exactly what your clients were are as far as did the market space but i think of a lot of our final hackers in a lot of them are out there that they might be in the pet grooming well there's podcasts about pet grooming i had jolt comment we didn't separate podcasts all about bitcoin and his daughter.

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