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.
Rebecca Gill runs Web Savvy Marketing and three SEO related groups: DIY SEO, SEO Bootcamp, and SEO Launchpad. In this episode, Rebecca discusses the early days of SEO, best practices for SEO success, and the importance of connecting to the human variable.
Dan Moyle is the Chief Marketing Officer for Interview Valet, where he focuses on securing podcast interviews for their clients. He is a firm believer in the inbound marketing strategy and philosophy, and is passionate about his faith, family, motorcycles, pizza rolls and marketing. In this episode, Dan gives insight into why podcasting is an effective way to give people the information they need, rather than trying to shout over the noise in the traditional marketing conversation.
Owner of Digital Kung Fu and Host of The Matt Brown Show, Matt Brown is an entrepreneur based out of South Africa with a focus on podcasting and business consulting. In this episode, Matt shares his principles of success for entrepreneurs, why businesses should be focused on podcasting, and some interesting statistics that he has compiled on podcast consumption.