Launch, Market and Monetize a Podcast
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Launch, Market and Monetize a Podcast

Learn everything you need to know about how to conceptualize, record, edit and market your own podcast on a budget.

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Launch, Market and Monetize a Podcast

Learn everything you need to know about how to conceptualize, record, edit and market your own podcast on a budget.

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  • 30-day money-back guarantee

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Course Syllabus

Chapter 1
Course Welcome
  • 1. Intro to Sam (2:07)
  • 2. What To Expect (3:46)
Chapter 2
State of Podcasting
  • 3. State of Podcasting Part 1 (6:12)
  • 4. Who is the 49%? (3:15)
  • 5. State of Podcasting Part 2 (5:58)
  • Quiz: State of Podcasting
Chapter 3
Formatting Your Podcast
Chapter 4
Interviewing Guests
  • 10. Attracting Guests (3:26)
  • 11. Preparing for Interviews (6:07)
  • Quiz: Interviewing Guests
Chapter 5
Podcast Tech & Equipment
  • 12. Intro to Core 5 (0:41)
  • 13. Picking a Microphone (8:58)
  • 14. Demo of Yeti Mic (4:05)
  • 15. Podcast Recording (4:49)
  • 16. Podcast Editing (13:40)
  • 17. Podcast Hosting (7:28)
  • 18. Distributing Your Podcast (2:37)
  • Quiz: Podcast Tech & Equipment
Chapter 6
Podcast Marketing
  • 19. Pre-Launch Marketing (9:23)
  • 20. Ongoing Marketing (13:55)
  • 21. Podcast Analytics (4:41)
  • Quiz: Podcast Marketing
Chapter 7
Monetizing Your Podcast
  • 22. Monetizing Your Podcast (13:36)
  • 23. Sam's Partnership Proposal
  • Quiz: Monetizing Your Podcast
Chapter 8
Final Thoughts
  • 23. Final Thoughts From Sam (5:29)
  • Get All the Services You Need, All in One Place
Chapter 9
Final Quiz
  • Final Quiz
Sam  Laliberte

Self-Employed digital nomad and host of a renowned podcast series

After Completing This Course You Will Be Able To
  • Format your podcast correctly for various styles including solo and interview
  • Navigate choices around the technical equipment for your show
  • Edit a full podcast episode by yourself from scratch
  • Distribute your podcast on platforms like Apple Podcasts and Spotify
  • Know your way around an RSS Feed
  • Market your podcast using proven pre-launch and ongoing marketing techniques
  • Monetize your podcast in a variety of different ways
  • Plan your shows and create a podcast skeleton for each episode
  • Attract high-quality guests and prepare for interviews
About This Course

As the audience for podcasts continues to grow worldwide, there has never been a better time to position yourself as an expert or dedicated fan of a topic and start a branded podcast. But with all of the options for equipment, themes, software and hosting, where does one begin, especially when you’re on a budget?

This course will cover essential equipment guidelines, tips for booking guests, editing techniques, how to attract sponsors and how to monetize your show with proven expert marketing techniques. If you want to learn all about the lucrative world of podcasting, this course is the perfect place to start.

About This Course

As the audience for podcasts continues to grow worldwide, there has never been a better time to position yourself as an expert or dedicated fan of a topic and start a branded podcast. But with all of the options for equipment, themes, software and hosting, where does one begin, especially when you’re on a budget?

This course will cover essential equipment guidelines, tips for booking guests, editing techniques, how to attract sponsors and how to monetize your show with proven expert marketing techniques. If you want to learn all about the lucrative world of podcasting, this course is the perfect place to start.

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What You Will Learn

  • The state of podcasting today, size of the market, audience demand and relevant behavior
  • What factors to consider when deciding on your show format
  • How to pick a genre, timing and topic for your show
  • 5 core tips to mastering technical podcasting equipment
  • Tips and tricks around how to edit your podcast like a pro
  • How to reach a broader audience using professional marketing methods
  • How to choose your podcast artwork to attract your target audience
  • How to organize your episodes with pro planning techniques

Why learn with Sam Laliberte?

Self-Employed digital nomad and host of a renowned podcast series, she is following her dream of working from her laptop, traveling the world and empowering others to do the same with her top-rated podcasting course.

Who Is This Course For?

  • Freelancers who want to start offering podcast-related services
  • Entrepreneurs who want to learn how to monetize a podcast
  • Anyone wanting to launch a podcast on a budget
  • Podcasters who want to improve on their current frameworks and processes
  • Personal brands wanting to grow their audience
  • All experience levels

Requirements

  • Access to Internet
  • Computer / Laptop / Mobile Device

What Is Included?

  • Immediate unlimited access to course materials
  • 30-day money-back guarantee
  • Exercises and quizzes to help you put theory into practice
  • English Closed Captions
  • Suitable for mobile or desktop
  • A badge to showcase your expertise on your profile page upon completion
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Course Syllabus

Chapter 1
Course Welcome
  • 1. Intro to Sam (2:07)
  • 2. What To Expect (3:46)
Chapter 2
State of Podcasting
  • 3. State of Podcasting Part 1 (6:12)
  • 4. Who is the 49%? (3:15)
  • 5. State of Podcasting Part 2 (5:58)
  • Quiz: State of Podcasting
Chapter 3
Formatting Your Podcast
Chapter 4
Interviewing Guests
  • 10. Attracting Guests (3:26)
  • 11. Preparing for Interviews (6:07)
  • Quiz: Interviewing Guests
Chapter 5
Podcast Tech & Equipment
  • 12. Intro to Core 5 (0:41)
  • 13. Picking a Microphone (8:58)
  • 14. Demo of Yeti Mic (4:05)
  • 15. Podcast Recording (4:49)
  • 16. Podcast Editing (13:40)
  • 17. Podcast Hosting (7:28)
  • 18. Distributing Your Podcast (2:37)
  • Quiz: Podcast Tech & Equipment
Chapter 6
Podcast Marketing
  • 19. Pre-Launch Marketing (9:23)
  • 20. Ongoing Marketing (13:55)
  • 21. Podcast Analytics (4:41)
  • Quiz: Podcast Marketing
Chapter 7
Monetizing Your Podcast
  • 22. Monetizing Your Podcast (13:36)
  • 23. Sam's Partnership Proposal
  • Quiz: Monetizing Your Podcast
Chapter 8
Final Thoughts
  • 23. Final Thoughts From Sam (5:29)
  • Get All the Services You Need, All in One Place
Chapter 9
Final Quiz
  • Final Quiz
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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What equipment do I need to start a podcast?

    "To start a podcast, there are five tools and pieces of technology that are core to its success. 1. You’ll need a microphone (I recommend a USB mic that connects directly to your computer). 2. You’ll need a software for recording both in-person and remote podcast interviews. 3. You’ll need editing software to make changes to your audio recordings and to add any music or sound effects you desire. 4. You’ll need a hosting provider where you can upload all of your podcast episodes to. 5. You’ll need to distribute your podcast episodes to major players like Apple Podcasts and Spotify by obtaining your own RSS feed. Once you’ve sourced and tested all five pieces of equipment, you’ll be able to start your podcast and have it available for listening from anywhere around the world, at any time. "

  • What is the best time to release a podcast?

    "When deciding when and how often to release a podcast - often referred to as your cadence - it’s more important that you focus on consistency than anything else. You want your listeners to build a habit of listening to your podcast so it’s crucial that they can rely on you to release new episodes at a predictable time. Ask yourself - how often can I commit to releasing a new podcast episode? If you can produce one episode per week, then having a podcast that comes out at the same time on the same day every week will be most effective in building habits amongst your fans. If you can only commit to creating new episodes bi-weekly or monthly, that’s great too. Consistency is key here!"

  • How much does it cost to start a podcast?

    "The barriers to podcast entry have never been lower. There’s been a number of new technologies released into the market over the last few years that have made podcasting increasingly more user friendly and cost effective. In fact, you can launch a podcast with a zero dollar budget by leveraging the built-in microphone that comes with your smartphone or your computer. There are even hosting websites that allow you to record, edit and share your podcasts for free. Of course, having a budget for your podcast will allow you to invest in quality tools - the most important being a microphone and hosting website that can provide you with analytics. Nonetheless, there is a large range for how much your podcast could cost depending on your needs and expectations for quality but it can totally be created for free!"

  • How long does it take to launch a podcast?

    "When launching a podcast it’s important to identify your target launch date and create a workback plan of events from there. At minimum, it’s recommended that you allocate two weeks prior to your first episode being released to pre-promote it, build anticipation and even generate an early subscriber list you can contact on launch day. It’s also very helpful to have at least five episodes pre-produced prior to launching so that after your first episode comes out, you can focus on the marketing and promotions of your podcast versus scrambling to get your next episode produced in time for when you said it would come out. I would allocate time for creating five full podcast episodes into your launch workback plan as well."

  • How do I listen to podcasts?

    "There are so many ways that you can listen to podcasts but the most popular method is via Apple Podcasts. If you have an iPhone it’s likely your phone came with this app pre-installed, which you can open to access millions of podcasts right at your fingertips. If you do not have an iPhone you can listen to podcasts on a mobile device via apps like Spotify, Stitcher and Podbean. Many smart devices like Google Home and Amazon Alexa can play podcasts for you but you can also listen right from your computer through Apple Podcasts or the podcast player found on the website of your favorite podcast. "