Andy Baldacci is best known for helping B2B, Saas companies with content marketing. He also runs his own podcast, The Early Stage Founder. His experience working with Hubstaff is what inspired him to begin the Agency Advantage Podcast, and from there, he began to tap into and harness how a podcast can drive your content marketing. In today’s episode, we discuss how to establish your expertise, the value of transcription and the importance of outsourcing.
Andy Crestodina is a blogger, public speaker, and CMO of Orbit Media, a web development company based in Chicago. He was rated one of the top 5 speakers at Social Media Marketing World 2017, one of the Top 50 Influencers to Watch for 2016 by Entrepreneur Magazine, and is the author of Content Chemistry. In today’s episode, we discuss how to better produce your content with the outcome in mind.
Chris Curran is an Audio Engineer with a wealth of experience under his belt. He has produced audio for companies like Forbes and Johnson & Johnson, and worked in studios like the Hit Factor and the Soundtrack Group, and he’s even worked on albums of artists like Foreigner, Sarah McLachlan and M.C. Hammer. In this episode we discuss the fundamentals of sound, podcast equipment, and success.
Todd Cochrane, CEO of Rawvoice, the parent company of Blubrry, has 13 years of experience in podcasting. Todd is not only a business owner, he walks the walk. He wrote one of the first how-to podcast books and was one of the first to monetize podcasts with ads. In this episode, we talk about managing time and how to love your podcast audience well.
Tom Schwab is the Founder of Interview Valet, a service that handles all aspects of scheduling guests on relevant podcasts. His early experience as an engineer in the Navy running nuclear power plants, instilled his belief in systems and refining whats working. In this episode we discuss listener statistics and reasons why you should podcast now.