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A highlight from Ep386: 3 Ways To Make Money From Your Show
"I want to make sure that I'm always bringing in at least one client a month, one new client a month. So I'm not going to waste my time only doing four episodes in the month. Instead, I'm going to go much more. I'm going to do 16, 17 episodes in the month. Most hosts never achieve the results they hoped for. They're falling short on listenership and monetization, meaning their message isn't being heard and their show ends up costing them money. This podcast was created to help you grow your listenership and make money while you're at it. Get ready to take notes. Here's your host, Adam Adams. Hey, Podcaster. It's your host, Adam Adams, and we are talking about monetizing your podcast. We're talking about the three most common ways that podcasters will monetize. Now, if you look at other episodes that we've done on this podcast, and actually I'll have my team put a few of the monetization episodes in our show notes right now. So now you're listening and you're going to be able to scroll down and see what are the other ways to monetize because in this episode, we're talking about the three most common ways that people monetize their show. So if you want to know the other seven or eight ways, go and check out the links that are in the show notes. We will link to other episodes with other ways of monetizing. We're going to talk about the three most common ways, the three most common ways. The first is CPM. This means cost per meal, and it doesn't mean cost per million. It means cost per thousand. I think meal, M -I -L, must have Latin roots. It must be like Latin, cost per meal. Cost per thousand downloads is the most common way that most people try to monetize. As the three ways that I'm talking about today, this is the worst of the three ways. So I'm going to share what CPM is. I'm going to explain how it works, and then I'm going to share with you a better way. I'm going to explain how that works and how people get a hold of people because you make a lot more than your CPM model. And then I'm going to explain the third way, which is the way that you can make the absolute most amount of money. CPM cost per meal means that an advertiser who, and here's kind of like the caveat to it, and it's an advertiser, they don't necessarily have your same avatar. They're just more of like a general audience advertiser. And so you might have a real estate show. You might have the podcast on podcasting. You might have a show about your health and wellness. You might have something about piloting. You might have something about, you know, aviation, or we can just talk about millions of these things. Education, we can talk about movies, whatever your podcast is about. If you were going to go with a CPM model, that would mean that you would get an advertiser on that had a general ad. They're usually about 30 seconds or a minute long. So that advertiser, they wouldn't even really conversate with you. They would end up just putting up their ads in your place. And so one of the ways that we do this is there's some platforms out there that allow these ads to happen automatically. And when I say automatically, they can be dynamic ads, which means they can do it to episodes that you've already been published, that have already been published, you published a long time ago. And they just basically push a button and then one, two, three, or four different ads, one, podcast. And when it's a dynamic ad insertion, that's going to mean that there's going to be a 30 second ad followed by another 30 second ad followed by maybe a one minute ad followed by a 30 second ad. And that's before you ever give anybody value. Before anyone ever hears anything on the podcast, before you've said anything good, they get bombarded with these CPM model advertisements. One might be about diapers. One might be about home improvement. Another might be about a meal prep service. And the fourth one might be in Spanish or some other language that you don't even understand and neither does your listener. And this is a real story. This is actual true story. And so do you want the CPM model? Maybe. So far, it doesn't sound very enticing, does it? They don't even share my same avatar, you're thinking. If they're not going to help my perfect person, why do I want them? Well, you might not want them at all. You probably don't. And how do I get paid? That's your next question. How do I get paid with CPM? Well, most of these places, they will say, hey, I'm going to give $5 CPM. Or if they really have a lot of money to throw around, they're going to say $20 CPM. And if you found a way to just get the cream of the crop, the best of the best, you might get $30 CPM. What does that mean? That means that per thousand listeners that you have, so think about it, how many listeners do you have? The average podcast has about a hundred listeners. A top 10 % podcast has about 300 listeners. The average one has about a hundred. A top 10 % has 300. A top 1 % podcast has about 3 ,500 downloads per episode. Now you know how you get paid. If I'm getting $5 CPM and I have a thousand people listening, I'm going to make $5. Awesome. Now, if I had three advertisers, I would make 15 bucks per episode. So all the time, the effort, the work, the value that you're trying to give, and then you go ahead and you make 20 bucks, you sell out, you make 20 bucks, and you turn off your listener. You're a very awesome listener that has been coming every single day that you publish an episode. They get excited about it. Well, now they have to sit through three or four ads. And by the way, one of them's in a language they don't even understand because you went with a CPM model. That type of sellout, no offense if you're doing this already, but yes, offense if you're doing this already, that type of sellout isn't going to have a prolonged active podcast. Let's just say you had a thousand people downloading and you had four ads. So you're about to make 20 bucks. Now you're probably going to have like 500 people listening because they don't like the freaking ads. So now your income goes down to 10 bucks. If on the highest end, think about the CPM being on the highest end. Like I'm really crushing it. In the top 1 % of all podcasts in the entire world, I've got about 3 ,500 say I'm even above that. I've got 4 ,000 downloads per episode. And you're looking at a CPM model where you're able to somehow negotiate 20 bucks per each episode, per each CPM, per meal, per thousand downloads. And you got 4 ,000, you just made 80 bucks per episode. I do the math on this. Let's just say you're doing one episode a week. So 52 times 80 bucks. This is the best you could do. At the end of the year, you've only made four grand. It won't even pay for your editor. That's why I don't like the CPM model. That's also why did I bring it up first? I brought it up first because it's the absolute most common way and it sucks. And people get excited because they think they're making all this money, but really they're making like $2 because listen here, I'm going back to the CPM And negotiate you $20 per meal, cost per thousand. You're going to make two bucks, two bucks. You're going to make a 10th of it because you only have a hundred listeners when you need a thousand. So you made two bucks on that episode. What can you get with two bucks today? A candy bar? So if you do this the whole year, you can buy a candy bar every single week. It sucks. Option number two is partnership. This is a sponsor that is partnered with the show. And why is this different than CPM? It's way different because in CPM, they are chasing you. They are putting it at that $5, $10, $20 per meal. And then they're reaching out to people and saying that they'll give you like $20 per thousand. And you think to yourself, Ooh, I get almost a thousand downloads per month. And so I'm going to make like 20 bucks a month. And that's one way. Okay. What is the partnership? This is when you reach out to them. When I give you an example, I coach a ton of people to do number two. And it's because I think the CPM model sucks. And so I tell them, why don't you find a partner of the show or a sponsor of the show? Now, this does not mean an advertiser. The CPM is more of an advertiser who reaches out to you and says, I'm only going to do $5 CPM. And I'm going to do it with anybody who wants to do it. When you're getting a hold of a partner to your show or a sponsor of the show, you reach out to them and then you dictate how much money you're going to be making. So let's just say you've got a hundred downloads per episode. In this case, you'd be able to command much closer to let's just say 1500 bucks a month. If you are an average podcast, you would probably be able to command about 1500 bucks a month. Let's say that your 1500 bucks means that you've got 4 .333 episodes per week, because that's how the math really works. You don't have four episodes a month. I mean, you don't have four episodes a month. You have 4 .333 episodes a month because 52 weeks divided by 12 months is 4 .333 weeks per month. And so in this case, you would be making $348 per episode. Now that's a lot better worth your time, isn't it? Think about how long does it take you to do an episode? If you have a team that edits your podcast for you, then your podcast is only going to take you about 30 to 60 minutes, maybe 90 if you're doing a little bit of research. So for example, you spend 90 minutes to do this. So I'm going to divide $348 by the 90 minutes that it takes you. 348 divided by 90 equals, I don't know why I was even thinking about 90. 90 minutes is an hour and a half. Okay. So I needed divided by 1 .5. So I did that. I was like, what the heck? Why isn't this adding up when I divide it by 90? Okay. You were making about two bucks a minute, but when you look at how much are you making per hour with that podcast, if it takes you 90 minutes to come up with the content or invite your guests, do a little bit of research and then press record, then in the partnership slash sponsorship version number two, you're making $232 per hour. That's if it takes you 90 minutes. Now, if it only takes you five minutes to do an episode, 10 minutes to do an episode, you make a lot more. On the other hand, you are editing your own podcast and it takes you 12 to 15 hours to do all the editing of post -production, create all of your marketing pieces and all of that. Then let's just divide this by 15 instead. So I'm going to do 300 divided by 15 hours. You're making about 20 bucks an hour. And that's not terrible. It's slightly higher than the average minimum wage right now. So it's close to minimum wage. It's not amazing, but it's not terrible. It's not $5 an hour, $10 an hour stuff. So that's okay. You want to spend 15 hours editing and all of this for your podcast, you make about 20 bucks an hour. If you use the partnership slash sponsorship version, that's version number two. There was CPM was number one. Partnership is number two. Number three is going to be selling your own stuff. And that's the cream of the crop. We'll be there in just a moment. So I tell a quick story. I had a podcast client. Well, still have a podcast client. But this is in the past. So Alex came to me, he wanted to make money. He had a top 1 % podcast. So he had about 3000 downloads per each episode. And I told him, Hey, if you do CPM, you're going to be able to make something like $20 CPM. You've got 3000. So that three X of what the cost per meal is. And so you make $60 per podcast. And is that how much you want to make Alex? And he would say, no, it's not worth my time. Why would want to offend my listener to listen to an ad? That's not even going to serve them that comes in in the beginning of my episode before I've even added any value. And I do all of that for 60 bucks just to lose listeners. So that later I'm only making 30 bucks because it goes from 3000 people to 1500 people now. And so of course he's going to say no. So then it goes, Alex, here's a way to partner with somebody. And in the real estate space, I said, one of the main people that you reach out to is a lender. Alex has a real estate podcast. And so he teaches fix and flip and he teaches mindset and he teaches how to scale a business. And when it comes to him getting his sponsor and reaching out to them as a partner of the show, I told him one of the best, easiest places that you can go is a lender. So think about this, Alex, think about a private money lender, a hard money lender, somebody who lands on these fix and flips. Now you can still do coaching for listener and they still need somebody to fund the deals. So you having a fix and flip partner, it definitely both of you serve the same person, but neither of you take away business from the other person. Now, in fact, Alex probably makes more money if he has somebody who can really support his people with money. And the person who lends the money, the hard money lender, probably makes more money when Alex has more clients as well. So it's a win -win. Instead of detracting from the business that Alex can get, it actually supports his business and he's more profitable and effective and his sponsor or his partner of the show is more effective. And Alex says, well, with my 3000 plus downloads a month, because I'm in a top 1%, I could either make 60 bucks if I do CPM or if I do this partnership, how much do you think I can make? So five to 10 grand. And he's like, five to 10 grand? Are you sure? And I'm like dead serious. I am sure you could easily make five to 10 grand if you are the one who reaches out to them. So I taught him how to reach out to them. He and I even role played. So he practiced it. Step one was we decided who are the people that can help him. He writes down the hard money lender. Step two is we decide how do we play to the player? How do we give a pitch to that hard money lender? How do we give them that what's in it for me so that they even give a darn? And step three is to do that first call and to go out of your comfort zone and to call the hard money lender and let them know about the opportunity. So he did this behind my back. Well, we at the end of a coaching call, I said, okay, go and do this. And so he did, but he did it with two people instead of one. So he asked the first person for about five grand. And then he called the second person and asked them for about five grand. And so guess what? Alex could have made 60 bucks an episode, but instead he made 10 ,000 a month. He was doing eight or nine episodes a month. So I need to put in this math, $10 ,000 divided by approximately nine episodes a month because he's doing two a week. So this is an approximation. He's making $1 ,111 every single episode. He's making $1 ,111 per episode. And I know for a fact that Alex has my team doing all of the back office. So it takes him about 45 minutes to make $1 ,111. So I'm going to multiply this by 0 .75 because it's three quarters of an hour that it takes him to do that. Oh, I need to divide it by 0 .75. And he's making $1 ,481 an hour with his podcast. So partnership slash sponsorship, way better than CPM. Do you still want to do that CPM model? No. So the partnership is a much better way to go because Alex was able to make $1 ,400 in per hour instead of 60 bucks or 70 bucks an hour. Much, much better. Now let's go to the third option. The third option is selling your own stuff and this can yield you so much more fruit than the partnership slash sponsorship. So if you want to make more than $1 ,481 .33 every F an hour that you do your podcast, stay tuned. We'll be right back after this episode. Hey my friend, as you know, this episode is sponsored by my company, growyourshow .com. We want you to be able to have the best tools at your disposal without costing you a whole arm and a leg. So right now you can get a free list of vetted equipment that like mics, mixers, webcams, sound treatment, editing software, everything that you need. I created the whole PDF with direct purchase links just to save you time and money to help it be more convenient for you. So this free PDF will help you skip all the guesswork. If it's on there, it's vetted and approved by yours truly. And if it's not on there, it's probably not worth the money. So go ahead and get yours at growyourshow .com forward slash PDF. Let's get back into the show. We are back. We are talking about the three most common ways that people monetize their show. The first was the CPM model. We decided together that that one effing sucks. The second one was partnership. That one's really pretty cool. Like that one's pretty cool. Remember Alex making $1 ,481 .33 every single hour that he works on his podcast. When you like that too, or would you like something even a step better? A step better would be you selling your own services. You would sell your own coaching, your own consulting, whatever you can do, coaching masterminds for your listener. And let's imagine that you've got a products. One of my products is above $40 ,000. So the client would come to us and they would pay about $3 ,000. They would pay a little upfront fee and then they would pay about three grand a month and we would serve them for the 12 months. Okay. We would serve them for the next 12 months. So that ends up being more than 40 grand. When you add the three grand a month, but times 12 plus the down payment as well, it's over 40 grand. So for that package, if I get one person, just one per month, then we gross just like you would be grossing the CPM. You would be grossing the partnership money or sponsorship money. You are also grossing. You're selling your own services. So in this case, if all I do is just sell one person, that one package, and I have other packages available that are more and less, all I do is just sell one of those packages once a month and I'm doing four or five or six episodes each week. If I just sell one a month, then I make 40 grand every month, more than 40 grand every month. I'm doing the math right now on my phone, on my calculator, my trusty phone calculator. And I'm assuming that I do four episodes per week, four episodes a week. Now, two of those episodes are 10 minutes on average. We'll just say 12 minutes on average. Let's just say 15 minutes on average because that'll be actually easier with math. And the others are 45 minutes on average. And so I've got basically two hours of work, two hours of work each week because I've got a 45, a 15, a 45 and a 15. I hope that's making sense. So two hours a week. And so I've got 17 episodes happening and almost exactly 17 hours of work. Now, if I divide $40 ,000 by 17 hours of work, it's $2 ,352 .94. It's $2 ,352 .94. So let's recap. Option number one, CPM. You can make 60 bucks -ish max, maybe $5 per episode. Let's imagine that you are doing four episodes a week. And so you're making, let's just say 40 bucks a week. That's a hundred. And anyway, I don't want to give you too much numbers. I'm now realizing that I keep throwing out numbers and that's going to get confusing. So I'm not going to waste my time doing all of that since this is an audio and I don't have something to show you. I'm just going to explain it to you. On one way, you are most likely making about 20 bucks an hour. The next one, you're making closer to a thousand bucks an hour. And on the next one, you're making about $2 ,000 per hour. Now for me, I'm doing four episodes a week. If I was only doing one episode a week, of course I could quadruple that, but I want to make sure that I'm always making that. I want to make sure that I'm always bringing in at least one client a month, one new client a month. So I'm not going to waste my time only doing four episodes in the month. Instead, I'm going to go much more. I'm going to do 16, 17 episodes in the month. If I do 17 episodes in a month, I'm still making $2 ,352 and 94 cents per hour. And in additionally, about $2 ,352 per episode. Now, if with that type of motivation, think about it for a second. If you were doing four episodes a week and you were selling one $40 ,000 thing per month, would you have some motivation to get behind the mic? If you knew that you were going to record for about an hour and you're going to make over two grand, it would become your favorite thing to do. You would choose to record an episode before you would go do something else that was fun. Because it's like, I can get behind the mic for just an hour and I can make two grand. So let's recap. CPM, shitty. Partnership, pretty freaking good. Selling your own crap, your own good stuff. Hopefully nobody sells crap. Hopefully you're only selling really quality things that you've got. Well, that's the way to make the most amount of money. So those were the three most common ways that podcasters make money through their podcast. We talked about how they work and we talked about why the last one is the one that I suggest that you get started on right now. And if you need help, my name is Adam Adams. I coach people for a living. I support people. I help you to be able to make your 40 grand a month, even just 10 or 20 grand a month through your podcast because you're doing fewer episodes. That's great too. That's really, really good too. And I coach people to do that. So feel free to go into the show notes and schedule a call with me so that you and I can start working together. That's going to be a discovery call. And in the show notes is a link to our website. It's growyourshow .com. You'll see the link. And at the top right, you see a button. The button says schedule a discovery call. It's green. It's bright. It tells you exactly what I'm telling you right now. So you just go to that button, push it and schedule a call with me and we will help you start making your 10, 20, 30 or $40 ,000 a month through your podcast by selling your own stuff. See you on the next episode. This is serious. Don't go. Now that you've gotten whatever value that you feel that you got the actionable takeaways, you need to implement the stuff that you learn. If you remember me talking about bird church once and they learn how to fly and then they walk home. I don't want you to walk home. I want you to fly home. So take the steps, take the actionable steps for your benefits that you can become a better podcaster. That's the only thing that I ask of you. And I'll see you for more actionable tips on the very next episode.
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"You don't have 10,000 or 30,000, they have these thresholds, you can't monetize for shit. Like they just believe in their little box because they've done it in the box and it worked in the box and somebody else did it in the box and it worked in the box, so they think it doesn't work outside the box. I'm just here to share with you it works outside the box. You don't have to have a single listener to monetize something. And I don't believe in the CPM model anyway. I think the CPM model is crap. Why would I want to make $40 per thousand people that listen? I can make, in my own company, hundreds of thousands of dollars per thousand listeners. So why would I waste my time and effort on having a sponsor pay me 40 bucks for an episode because I have a thousand listeners. By the way, a thousand listeners is a lot. If you're listening, there's a good chance the probability is on favor of you having less than 300 downloads per episode. So be quite challenging to fit into all of these other people's boxes. I want you to leave this episode thinking there are other ways to do this. It's not just that way, I don't have to have a certain amount of downloads per episode. It will help. It'll help. The more listeners you have, the more chances you have of sponsorship. It will help. It is beneficial. But don't put yourself into a box just because other people say that there is a box. My first podcast was called creative real estate. It was a podcast teaching people how to buy real estate with literally no money. I never had a coaching program. I wasn't trying to sell a bunch of crap. I wasn't trying to sell this dream. I did it. I experienced it. I bought a lot of real estate without any of my own money. Until I finally had money, then I could buy money with money. But everybody else was telling me you need at least 20% down in order to close on anything. Well, the first $10 million of real estate deals that I bought, I bought with none of my own money. I never used 20% down until I bought at least $10 million. And I got up to over a $100 million of ownership of things that I owned with partners. And it was because I was willing to think outside the box. In fact, the whole ending of the creative real estate podcast was, until next time, think outside the box. And I implore you. If you want to enjoy making money through your show, don't hold yourself back because of what other people have said is the box. Think outside the box. Find another way. Like I did by reaching out to somebody with my exact avatar and saying, hey, I want to cover I want to cover some of my equipment. I think he did $300. So anyway, you can monetize. You can monetize today. It doesn't matter. You can monetize today. You don't have to wait. You don't have to fit in a box. If you want help with this, let me know. Team at grow your show dot com. We can support you. We can help you. I want you to monetize. I don't want you to be stuck in this box and never able to do it. So until next time, I feel nostalgic saying this. Think outside. The box. You're not alone if you're ready to either get your very first affordable microphone or if you're ready to upgrade your equipment to some legit podcasting studio equipment. Because on all of the forums over the last few months, I'm seeing this all the time. Even my own personal clients that work with my team, they're ready to get that next microphone. They're asking us for it. Additionally, when I'm on discovery calls with potential clients, they're always asking for this stuff. Hey, what Mike do you recommend? Hey, what lighting do you recommend? What webcam should I be using? So many questions. And so what we did my whole team has put together a PDF. So that, if you're one of those people who is looking to either get your very first affordable microphone or if you're ready to upgrade your equipment to more professional podcast studio equipment, whether it's soundproofing or whatever, we've got you covered by going to grow your show dot com Ford slash PDF. And you can download the PDF for free. Or right there on the web page is everything that you would have and you don't need to download the PDF. Either way, just go to grow your show dot com slash PDF. Which will put you to the podcasting equipment that me and my team have personally vetted. I'll see you on the next episode..
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"Max maybe they say for cpm. And i've only got a thousand listeners. So no i've only got one hundred down those episodes so i can only make six cents an episode based on your math. I'm totally screwed. I can only make six.
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What has a sore up here on my lip my fucking and my skin on my lip but you mean you caught me only on see what the fuck fuck do. Some ciccio won't bother it up. Sorry guys this is going to have to be a short podcast because you know. Listen busy making money sean. They gotta show out about how much i want to hear from us ally talking got to stand up. Yeah okay talk. Shows coming next week right. Yeah no apricot forbid they wanna listen. God funny we had money your whole life exactly. We had this conversation because there's a level of elitism in podcast game. There is a level of elitism. We've had a lot of success for a long time. And you know. Sometimes you don't realize that like if you get in two thousand listeners. Enough on your podcast. You in the top three percent of podcasts. Right the fact. That's more indicative. How many podcasts are. Maybe maybe maybe a lot. There's a lot of guys you're doing. You're doing over ten thousand a month. You cooking advertisers. Come you know what i'm saying but you know we spoil it over here. I'm sorry don't you talk to an elite podcast on. Oh my god a listener. China say like trash anyway while blah with us micronutrient numbers. Whatever we get it. But that's not true though you can be trashed with big numbers could definitely be trashing. Big numbers everybody. I i hate to you. That argument people say like oh. I sold a bunch of the albums wet. You know what i mean. You had a great standup dog. But he's been threatened with this way. I mean like i like that. I don't like that. Yeah i did that earlier to somebody because they really did hurt. My feelings on the radio with most landed at breakfast club and this woman call. She say you need to go to college. You need to somebody's classroom. I'm tired of hearing you on the radio asking questions that everybody knows the answer to what the fuck that got everybody else. If i ask a why for something by defended off say you say me. No because she said to me. Have you ever heard yourself sheets. She me a little bit like your own medicine. That's literally how you talk to me on her a little bit. I say i'm doing better than you doing. I don't that can be done a little bit to college. Got them college. Nobody cares about your honorary degree. Gogo real your haters would know everything about you. Know this. Last night i met comedy last night and this comic like oggi. Wildly successful will remain nameless but like a wildly successful. I don't you know he comes up. He's a couple of home as a hanging out. Ricky you know ricky he did man we gotta pump that we got to have him on here but Shots working giulio. Dan soda were just hanging. And there's kind of comes out. He's us all hanging out is a You guys just gonna hug all night or something like that. I'm like i come here man. I'll give you a hug. He's older guy. Og like wait a minute. Why got why. I want to say and he comes on. I give you a hug living. He he goes. He goes he goes. Oh hey mr hip hop oh grew up in the village and i'm like okay he goes. Hey mister hip hop. I took it up. Were a group in his village and my mom's a ballet dancer and i'm like who day out. I just kind of laughing. His name's clarissa laverov. Because this is like a braille. Like this guy. I like ghosts not not go like in goals in success. And it's not and egos in room. And i'm talking about on that way at all. It was like passive aggression. Right and brazi like i'm in my head so he's coming on stage so i'm just like now i got talks back because i'm going up next. It comes off. And what's up man. He goes eight. Yeah where'd you go to school. He tried to do it again. I just go out. And i'm like how'd you know what my mom did attention. That's not regular like you. Listen to podcasts. On a deep dot something triggered good. It was something i can tell you. What triggered you yes. Excess like what talks with these sky. Legal see what they rolled. I'm not a lot. I love that bro. Supposed to have women. Writers feel pain is why this why defect must circle is like ninety percent women because women will always get the real into not that women come to me and literally say to me. This person asked. Why do people like him. So what i do not like. Hey what are you i like. What do you mean like. They have a real back and forth conversation. Do with funny. And i asked him i thought would the the host is bringing me on stage. But i'm just talking to him and like you get shots. But i'm just like i need to know like why i must watch an interview or something like that and i have a good day..
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"Thanks for listening to sounds profitable on your favorite podcast app. It really means a lot to me to have you as a subscriber. And i hope you'll tell your friends and colleagues all about our podcast and stick around for some special bonus content at the end of the episode. Iv teamed up with. Ebo tara to give you a minute. Long strategic thought that is guaranteed to shift your perspective on the present and future of podcasting as we all work to make podcasting better. Thanks to omer for coming on to talk about my article tracking podcast add performance. That's hard to track. Don't forget that sounds. Profitable has also a weekly podcasts had tech newsletter a bill all over the world but especially in the united states. If you liked what you heard and wanna connect you can find me. Brian bar up. On lincoln way less formally on twitter as high five rpg. And of course. You can email me at brian at sounds profitable dot com spelled. Either way the most important part about sounds proper was providing you with more resources and making sure that i can answer your questions so check out the link to jaba in the episode description and leave me a message and with your permission. I'll answer it live on the show. Sounds profitable is completely recorded using squad cast. I'm such a big fan of all the features that they have from the video recording remote to their dolby features which are really fantastic. And then my favorite part that i used to the product is screen share aspect. We can record all that in high definition in. It's saved in real time so there's no risk of losing it so please. Checkout squad cast dot. Fm sign up for trial. Because i use it. And i know you'll love it. This sounds profitable. Podcast would not be possible without the help. And support of evil. Tara chains cridland. And ian powell. Thank you all for your help and support for sounds profitable. I'm tara with your minute of pods. Zen can spending five dollars a day on ads. Really add ten thousand or more new listeners. To your podcast. Well i highly doubt it. But i'm crazy enough to put up the money to see if i'm right or if i have ten thousand new listeners. I don't think you should spend a dime on advertising until you've nailed the fundamentals and have a show that you're hardcore audience continues to recommend but if you've accomplished those non trivial tasks why not spend some money to advertise your show. Good question and i'm about to put to the test as i'm a fan of eating my own dog food. Starting today. i'm trying out a system. That reports to by the end of the year boost the listening audience of podcast pontificating to ten thousand listeners that averages out to around eight hundred new listeners to podcast vacations every month clicks impressions not one time downloads but actual podcasters. Who don't yet listen to podcast vacations. And i'm going to get there by spending just five bucks a day on ads or so. The theory goes now. I'm skeptical of the efficacy of this initiative however it good skeptics should be willing to change their position when evidence is presented. And i want to be a better skeptic. Let's see what happens. You'll find more thoughts on this topic and other questions every working podcast or should be asking themselves at podcast. Quantifications dot com for sounds profitable. I'm tara this has been your minute of pods then..
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"It's becoming more and more available. The power of regular media is slowly disappearing because people are finding interests. Podcast which five thousand listeners are doing. Pretty well these days. I think it speaks to the people's you know inherent desire to be curious into to have high quality information. It's the truth. The funny thing about the truth is it wants to find a way out eventually does Podcasting hopefully doesn't go down the silo way. But i mean. I think it's odd to that. It kind of mirrored what we all knew in. We all love talk radio. I don't think i know a single person. Didn't like enjoy listening to these shows but it was kind of hiding in plain sight ten years after radio the iphone to profit radio was fine all intensive purposes. Just dead podcasting. Just this huge thing. That's just odd odd..
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"Podcasts. Soon i will do podcast. Pitch for near the podcast. Or i'll do podcasts. Pitch like semi colon. Then the name of the title. That like the title that i would. I would have them using the podcast. Episode like create like how to create fifty thousand listeners. On a this is this. Is you reaching out to be a guest guest. Yeah i've had. I've had a few of these now. i'm not. I don't want to say that i feel like i'm saying this in a you know bragging way but i'm now at the point where people are reaching out to me. I've had you know. Podcast connection companies. Reach out to me. It's the very similar thing you know. Podcast idea for the super human life and then inside of there is like hey we were just we love what you're doing you know We have an idea for for a topic for you. Topic suggestion was was actually. What the the one. That really caught my attention. So yeah i've i've you know copy what's copy. What's working from from other people. I guess. So yeah yeah the for those to work. They have to be as to show that you've been put some thought into like their audience. And like i can make it overly awesome episode for them and that typically will get an open rate could bring So i want a little bit of a left turn. Let's talk a little bit about your show specifically and then we can talk about like. I know because we first started this. You set out. You weren't trying to monetize. It wasn't the guest but along the way some good things happen here there. So what's the podcast about suber lady episode. Talk about this. But what's the podcasts. About and we can talk a little bit about your journey of like how how it created some conversations for you a new clients and whatnot. Yeah so so so my insurance so the original one that we started with in. and in the intro. It's you know it's the only podcast in the world. That's dedicated to helping.
"thousands listeners" Discussed on Radio Survivor Podcast
"To save money to buy batteries for the radio Because it was really important to them to hear independent news from off the island and so you know the the wave of immigration started in the sixties. I believe and so those people came here with you know knowing the importance of radio and and in keeping radio coast by and it would also establish the operators of the stations as as a person of influence in in the community. So it's it's really you know when even when i alluded to my interview with resin harlow the fcc they're like well why don't they just dream and other people have said that it's just because the the connection to radio is so strong. It's thought to be this way of getting information. I interviewed a station on the brooklyn. Queens border they talk to me under pseudonym call them radioactive visa and they boasted of will be stream and we got fifty thousand listeners today all around the world and so i said so to take the risk to To run a pirate radio station. They said well for the elderly in the community For the poor. I also talked to a pastor at a church Who spoke to be off the record tonight. Post the same question. He said for the homeless for the shut ins hospitalized. And and even if you could say well you know. They are receiving information another way and a lot of the stations. They most of them stream their facebook live. But there's this real strong connection to like radio is what we need to keep current with the community. I say the is in a mature phase but but the numbers have stay have stayed strong but you know it may may change as as as the audience gets older and the younger audience is more comfortable with with other devices. I just have to acknowledge that. I mean for me for people like me streaming using the internet is background. It's part of my lifestyle..
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"Today's episode we're looking at a blog with us a podcast which is better for your ps. Small business marketing. Hello and welcome to the success. Unscrambled podcast auburn and my focus is to help when thousand creative female entrepreneurs would next ten years become more visible using simplified on fund marketing programs. So that they can scale the business quickly. Donate one percent of the prophets time and resources to help reduce woman illiteracy eventually gaining time and freedom. They need with their loved ones. Are you ready. So you at that stage where you're looking at a blog with a podcast strategy to implement your small business marketing needs you know that blogging has been around for many years as possible that this method is saturated podcast on your behind continues to be the new kid on the block. It appears to be getting more popular and seems offer more stealthy. However you're not sure which one is easier to produce this point. You would like answers to the following questions between the two mediums which one is easier to get started. What is the cost to start a podcast. Compared to a blog is there established methodology to go from zero to one thousand visitors a month on the blog compared to getting one thousand listeners. On a podcast. How to get the ten to twenty. Who's written compared to podcast. Episodes recorded on which one will take longer which option would be more suitable for your target market in this episode. You'll learn how to choose between a blog with a podcast for your business. The process involve getting started on how to get your listeners to your podcast and readers to your blog so before we get into it. Let's look at the definitions in order to help you choose between these two mediums. Let's look at what they are in the presentation format a blog of the written form of content that ranges between three hundred ten thousand words in length. The reason why there is such a wide range in length of a blog. Post is because it depends on the type of posts as well as the reason it is. It wasn't
"thousands listeners" Discussed on RADCast Outdoors
"Going to go back well in. I know we have over a thousand listeners. Just right here in this area. Like the casper riverton area and a lot of them early season. they're looking for wally. Well what are the wall is due. When i starts to go off so i can tell you. Exactly what they do they start heading upstream and they start finding those bars and gravel areas so that they can spawn because walleye spun in march and april. So if you're looking to target those fish so as an ice fisherman laid is what you're going to do is you're gonna look around you're gonna if you know that body of water you're gonna look for the staging area next to the spawning grounds. So if you know where the spawning grounds are you're gonna look for that staging area that's getting close to that and what you're gonna wanting us because these fish are hungry is something that's going to attract them something that's going to get their attention. There's one that i haven't used yet. But i'm really excited. Pk just came out with this rattler bait. So it's a listless crank bait makes a lot of noise. I bet you that through the ice over in one little staging areas for the on ramp respond. I bet you could wack those walleye. Pretty good with that. And i'm going to try that this year but i also know in rivers rate below dams the walleye elsom move up in there so that would be another good bait to throw in that kind of situation but tool to put your toolkit. Oh absolutely and you know. I think you know you talked about this. On the turkey episode and a few other episodes. You gotta think about what. The fish are needing at that time. Most of them are in need of some kind of sustenance protein. So they're going to be looking for stuff and they're going to be a little bit more on the aggressive side so you can use bigger digging spins you know pat. O'grady taught me this a long time ago..
"thousands listeners" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast
"Coming up on show one zero two four porsche building. Their own charging network. Is it how it sounds. We'll find out on the podcast that i stick around also today g. lee building a five billion dollar battery factory. Why ford getting av transit on the road. And by tesla battery supply. Panasonic says. it's not you it's me. Well good morning good afternoon or good evening wherever you're listening in the world. Welcome to ep news daily for wednesday seventeenth of march. I'll be some patrick's day. My name is mawson late. And i got through. Ab story to save you time. So you know half they. This is why. Do all day long to save you. Time to bits of housekeeping. By the way the podcast feed is fixed. I could see that. We were down by about four thousand listeners. An episode oh dear spotify wasn't working I heart and some others as well. Thank you to our podcast. Host called lipson within a few hours of me putting a ticket to say help they found an errant character as they described it in one of the the the show notes which is basically might import podcast systems like spotify. Flip out an update. So if you've been wondering what's going on my be hearing again that's why a second housekeeping tomorrow should be our four millionth download of the podcast. Should be the way that Things going right now We should four million unique downloads. That'd be awesome just the audio version as well including youtube. That amazing i write well kickoff with news of geely. Of course the company behind it volvo and pollstar et cetera Jelly will poor five billion. Almost five billion dollars into building an electric battery plant in china. As the country's top privately-owned mak- moves more aggressively to bolster their vm visions. In the world's largest market says cnn dot com. Today we'll jelly is investing four. Point six billion dollars into a battery factory in guangzhou city in eastern china. According to the statement released on sunday over the weekend by local government officials. The factory is going to have a capacity of making batteries. Forty two gigawatt hours a year so was similar to what it similar tamed. scale to. Factories like Geminis volks vulcan. Which is building their own battery factories in europe On their own. Some with partners as well jelly confirmed in a statement on its way chats account that it signed the agreement over the weekend adding that had been working with the pharisees energy battery company. Once again. another av mak- they're looking further up the supply chain and thinking. We need to do more of this ourselves. It's an interesting trend phenomenon in the world of vs that didn't really manifest itself in making Piston cows because so many bits could be brought in from supplies and assemble by comic but more and more companies saying batteries not so much motors electronics. But not even chips in silicon but batteries as the differentiator. And the thing that you really really want to have control over. If you're going to be making a very interesting okay. Moving on we'll talk about where you can and can't sell cars one of the biggest head scratches i find about the. Us market the land of the free. Quite free to sell a car any way you want. So if you want to sell a car in texas you might be prohibited from selling directly to consumers and not just in texas but many places around the us. But tesla might soon get the green light to sell direct to customers. A new proposed state law with carve-outs treatment for sutton come because of vs allowing them to skirt. The texas regulations requiring all also sales to be funneled through a third party franchise dealership says the statesman dot com website. So a tesla that building a one billion dollar factory in southeast travis county and it's going to open later this year. It's looking remarkably finished already. Is the biggest name potential fishery of this new bill. Although it would also be a boon to growing number of lesser known as the makers following a similar business model c. tesla forgoes potty franchise dealerships. They own all of their real estate. They're service centers. And if you wanna go and have a look at a car you can. But they'll prefer you to buy it. Online is all done direct with tesla. It's for years to get. The rules changed without success. So far in the past. However tesla hasn't been in the midst of building a major factory this gonna employ five thousand people and sparked significant amounts of follow on investments and Lots of people looking at texas now going well for silicon valley company. Like tesla can move. There may be so can we. I expect that bill to be waved through problems. Atoll i'm sure you'll be able to buy ak- car in texas and go and get it from tesla's factory where the thing was made a next. We'll talk about four. The transit alleging dream name here and no electric transit coming. Twenty twenty three four today confirming the next gen for transit custom range will include an all electric model in addition to plug in hybrid mild hybrids and pace The new custom range which includes a van and the tornado custom which is a people move goes into production beginning of two twenty three still two years away from that at all. Electric version of both models will be part of the range. Ford said last month. Airing thai commercial vehicle range will be what was that phrase zero emission capable right so that means going reasonable distance on battery. So i think that's gonna plug in hybrids that and full electrics of course by twenty twenty four. That was the deadline they gave with. Two thirds of ford's commercial vehicle sales expected to be electrical plug in hybrid by the end of the decade. All right let's move on and tritium a fine charging hardware company and now launching software to unlock plug in charge coming off a year that provoked to prove to be pivotal pivotal for the electric ability. Industry tritium has launched a new software update for the fast chargers that dc charges and it enables plugging charge technology. Globally this software update allows me that supports plug in charge. So we're looking at you porsche. Take on we're looking at you mustang. Mac we're looking at you anything on the emmy be platforms like i d. Three d four not turned on from vw. Yet that's coming later this year. They say it enables you to pull up to a charge and communicate with seamlessly. Well you don't. Your car does Authorizing payments from your accounts without needing to waive a card. Or get your mobile phone out of your pocket and start logging into apps in the rain. If you got any palace word brilliance password resets. Email doesn't arrive yet. We've been that i've been. I've been plugging josh technology. Promises to reshape the customer experience. They say well not not reshaping the customer experience for anyone. That's coming from tesla because that's being the customer experience of just driving up to charge plugging in and just walking away. Not even like tesla. Ronas other the ones i know if you see people plugging in they plug in and walk away. The rest of us hova by a charger just off expecting it to era..
"thousands listeners" Discussed on My First Million
"Cancun ted cruz. Yeah what an asshole man. He bailed us. Texans what a jerk whatever. I am going to hawaii next week though. I'm gonna be recording from hawaii. So i'm as well but i'm an elected official so it's okay do. The funniest picture was Somebody posted this me and it goes. It's ted cruz. Says like i didn't go to cancun. But he's got his hair braided like every girl gonna kick you one. That was a missing poster. Like have you seen me last seen crossing the border. So we're back and we've been talking big game about how acquisitions done. That was both a busy time and a stressful time. And you were running a company. That was doing ten things at now. You're able to focus more on the podcasts. We've been talking big game about this. Podcast is gonna level up. What do you want to tell the people. What's the plan. How are we gonna deliver. Yes so i'm working with cairn. The was on the podcast. Show tonight. you're gonna have to work together but basically we're going to do a few things but our goal. I think sean needs to be come. Top ten in the business category which is like an official category. I take a hundred thousand listens per episode will get us there so we need to do that and so there's a few things that husband is going to do for us. The first is that we are gonna have a dedicated researcher. So just summarize going forward we're gonna level of the podcast and a couple of different ways trying to top ten. Sam says to get top ten. We gotta have a hundred thousand listeners per episode which kinda create number. yeah. I think that's fair. You know a hundred thousand people listening every episode stadium football stadium more than a football stadium. It's just a good episode of ours. Get about a third of that. Maybe like thirty four. we have forty. I don't know what the i think right about thirty now. So we've gotta like gotta triple basically to get there which we should be so then. How are we going to do it. Up spots some resources. So we're having a researcher. We're going to recaps summaries clips that we're gonna post on instagram twitter youtube so clips of different little segments. We talk about we're gonna have dedicated email like recap that you can sign up for. And the one other thing is we're going to try. Doing some live live shows where we go live on twitter spaces or clubhouse at the same time so. I think that'll be pretty cool. I'm writing that down. Because i forgot to write down all right. Let's get it into some idea. Let's get back into a book i did. You see. i became a mean this week l. Yeah do what happened. You started getting like what i saw was vinod khosla big dog of silicon valley basically re tweeting some guy who was retweeting. Your twitter thread about what you learn from your friend. Andrew about investing and allies. We're taking shots. So the tweet reached about two million people and if you search i was trapped in a quotations see maybe twenty people saying i was trapped. This weekend i was trapped in l. A. with kim kardashian and kanye west or is that what. They're making fun you for because you said i was trapped with you..