Show 027 Quick-Guide
- Jessica is BACK! – ish… 😉 So how does it feel to be back after baby?
- Babus-interruptus – how cute is that word?
- It is not as easy to podfade without a co-host
- Some stats on conversion rates for CTAs within podcasts
- Case Study on conversions for the Podcast Growth For The Holidays course
- Elsie breaks down a way to guestimate your subscriber numbers
- Jessica apologizes! Why? It has something to do with the She Podcasts directory
- What is a great tactic to get hired – from a podcast via Jessica
- Every category of podcasts has an influx of ONE type of podcast – A podcast intervention
- Elsie says to do it, even if your podcast is exactly the same as somebody else!
- Mini Jess rant on lifestyle entrepreneurs
- The fire and confidence necessary to disrupt your niche
- Elsie goes off on her own geeky RSS crazyness
- Jess reveales she has not listened to Serial – gasp
- Elsie reveals her download numbers for Elsie’s Yoga Class (which she hasn’t updated in over a year)
- And a ginormous conversation about download numbers ensues
Do you have the crazy confidence necessary to dive into a niche that is packed?
Do you have stats to share on conversions that come directly from your podcast?
How do you do your interviews with a baby? Tactics please!
Do you hate Elsie? 😉
Links mentioned by Jess and Elsie!
- Mac OS Ken Snow Day Episode
- Rant/Call to Arms Podcast Intervention :: Video ::
- Elsie’s Yoga Class
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