In this episode of Rock Your Mic Right, Karly talks about making money from podcasting. She explains that making money through sponsors is almost impossible for an average podcaster as the amount of money that sponsors are offering is ridiculous. However, she shares some of her tips on how we can indirectly make money from podcasting, like selling products and services, promoting events and many other useful tips.
Karly has written this epic blog post on how to make money from a podcast as an extension of this episode... here it is:
The number one question I get, when it comes up in conversation that I’m a podcaster, is how do you make money podcasting?
And it’s a legitimate question, I guess, because I’ve thrown it into the conversation as ‘what I do’… and that generally means what I do for a living.
However, it’s also a question that can cause doubt in many a podcasters mind, particularly when...
Today in Rock Your Mic Right, Karly explains why podcasting is similar to investing in stockmarket. She says that even a small number of downloads is not so small if we remember that those numbers are actual people that have listened to our podcast. She focuses on explaining why we should choose long term game, not short term wins.
In this episode of Rock Your Mic Right, Karly is answering a question that people are asking all the time - should we do podcast seasons? She takes Karlosophies as an example and she tells us that most important thing for us is to stay motivated and not overwhelm the audience when choosing if we should create podcast seasons.
In today’s episode of Rock Your Mic Right, Karly talks about how podcast charts are not as important as most podcasters think. She says that not a lot of listeners are finding podcasts in podcast charts and she challenges us to think about our methods of finding podcasts.
In this episode of Rock Your Mic Right, Karly talks about why we should forget most of the things we follow about marketing a podcast. She tells us that putting your heart into your work and always having high value content will certainly create a connection with the audience. Besides sharing some great advices, she is also reminding us that the most powerful way to grow your audience is through your audience.
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Today, on Make Some Noise we meet Phoebe Kuhn, a Journalist, Filmmaker, Soon-to-be-Author, Creative Storyteller, Anthropologist & Coach all in one. She works with chronically depressed women who long to be in the spotlight – those who are ready to be seen, transformed and broken free. She brings her clients ‘The Art of Transformation’ by activating their creative field of play. She writes and speaks on the topics of Vulnerability, Moving through Fear, Infinite Potentiality & Inspired Action.
In this episode of Make Some Noise, Karly and Phoebe talk about creativity, intuition and being your authentic self. They talk about the importance of trust and how we can learn to trust ourselves more.
1:11 – An introduction to Phoebe Kuhn
12:55 – Phoebe talks about how starting to work as an artist is basically creating something from nothing
24:29 – “Your identity is not fixed; your identity is always changing”
Brittany Hammond is a producer- film maker, founder of Untamed Productions and the host of the Brand, Interrupted™ Podcast. She works with actors, musicians, authors and entrepreneurs to tap into the #WhiteHotTruth of their message and use their story to create a movement, an impact and an income. She stands for radical self responsibility, full creative self-expression and the art & business of being yourself.
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Meet Jessica Mcilveen, a qualified Social Worker and Children's Yoga and Meditation teacher who is revolutionizing the service options for children with special needs and those affected by trauma.
In this episode of Make Some Noise, Karly and Jessica chat about the importance of play. They talk about parenting, kids, but also about similarities between kids and adults.
1:39 – An introduction to Jessica Mcilveen
9:04 – Karly and Jessica talk about how some parents take feedback on their parenting as a personal attack
16:40 – Jessica explains a right brain hemisphere and left brain hemisphere
28:32 – “The magic of being able to get it through day to day is finding magical moments in those daily things”
34:42 – Karly and Jessica talk about how we have to embrace the beginerness in things
40:13 – Jessica talks about the brain giving us thoughts of avoiding danger
To learn more and connect with Jessica check...