One of the hardest parts to starting your own podcast show is the steep learning curve.
There’s a lot of moving parts.
First you need to define your ideal listener and figure out where they’re hanging out.
After that you’ve got to work on your branding and style.
Then, when you’ve done all that it’s time to hit record.
And that’s when the real work starts.
Because recording is only the beginning – then you’ve got to get down and dirty with all the post production and packaging.
After that you’ve got to get your show into iTunes.
When you’ve completed all that, you still have to figure out your launch strategy
This is the reason most people procrastinate when it comes to starting their podcast show – it’s just too much work.
Especially if you’re doing it on your own.
Without any support.
Not knowing if you’re moving forward or spinning your wheels.
But worry not my little wannabe podcaster, because Producer Jonathan is here to grab you by the hand and drag you kicking and screaming into podcasthood.
Yip, on March 1st I’m kicking off the 30 day podcast challenge with my Podcast Launch Coach crew.
Within 30 days you will have your first podcast show inside iTunes.
And you won’t be doing it the hard way either, you’ll be using The Podcast Factory Method that has allowed me to launch show after show into the top of the charts.
If you’re ready to get into your ideal customers brain via their ear bud – the Podcast Launch Coach is for you.
Sign up here to take the first step to getting your podcast show on the air and in your customers ears.