I absolutely love launching podcasts, which is why my company has launched over 15 podcasts in the last year and a half, and we are currently working on 3 more launches! One of the biggest hang-ups for new podcasters is their launch. I get a lot of questions about launching a podcast, like the process and strategy behind a launch, and so I wanted to take the time to answer those this week. That’s why episode 17 of Listeners to Leads is answering your frequently asked launch questions!
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- Listen to the Listeners to Leads Podcast
- Our top podcast host pick is Buzzsprout
In this episode of Listeners to Leads, I’m sharing the importance of being strategic with your launch and actionable steps you can take right now to set your new podcast up for success.
I also chat about the following:
- The importance of a two month launch – and why you shouldn’t launch a podcast in two weeks.
- What a launch team is, and why you need one before you release your first episode, and why they are your golden ticket to a successful launch.
- How to market your launch on Instagram and Facebook before you even publish an episode.
- The exact list of what you need to submit your podcast to most platforms.
- How many episodes to publish on launch day, and how many to store in advance.
Launch strategy is so important, especially if you plan on getting leads from your listeners. These simple yet effective methods to increasing listeners and getting engaged audience members will help you have a successful launch, and a successful podcast.
Be sure to tune in to all the episodes to receive tons of practical tips on turning your podcast listeners into leads and to hear even more about the points outlined above.
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