People often ask “How does it work” when I join The Podcast Factory.
And I usually only talk to you about this on the phone.
But I’ve been asked enough time that I figure it’s worth writing about.
So here’s a high level overview of the process.
First, as I’m sure you already know you have to apply to work with me and my team.
Why? Because I want to make sure we’re a match.
After that we hop on the phone for a call so I can learn more about your business, your goals, and your expectations.
And if it makes sense we’ll talk about working together.
Once you’ve joined you’ll get a warm welcome message from my assistant Vanessa and she’ll give you the first assignment.
This first assignments will take a little brain power on your part, but it’ll be worth it when we begin to produce your show. In the assignment I’ll help you nail down who you’re talking to, what you’re saying to them, and how you’re giving it to them. Plus it’ll give you some clarity around your show positioning.
Once you have that done Vanessa will schedule a call for you and me to go over everything.
These sessions are particularly fun because we usually have some breakthroughs on what you’re show is really about and the best way to get your message out there.
After that we go into production and put you on a production schedule and figure out your launch date (usually around 30 days from when we start)
Then you start recording your shows and my team works on the packaging and getting your podcast stamped out in our factory.
Once you have your vault of shows recorded we meet again and go over your launch strategy. We want to make sure you make the biggest impact you can when you hit iTunes. And if there’s one thing I’m always working on, it’s how to get the biggest bang for your buck when you launch. That’s the reason 11 of my last 11 shows have hit the tops of the charts within 30 days of launching.
From there you keep recording your shows and we keep stamping them out so you continue to build and bond with your listeners without worrying about all the behind the scenes grunt work.
After that you get monthly call in days where we can rap about your show, your strategy, or anything else that’s on your mind.
And my team is always there to support you no matter what you need.
There you have it, an inside look at what happens when you’re chosen to join The Podcast Factory.
Want in? Then get started now at http://thepodcastfactory.com/difm/