At that time I was only planning to write 5 days per week.
But a friend challenged me to write 7 days per week for the first 30 days.
7 days? Really?
I was afraid I wouldn't know what to say.
Would I I run out of topics to discuss?
Who would read my stuff?
I was scared people would lose interest and tune me out.
It sounded scary but I decided to take on the challenge anyway.
And you know what happened? I haven't stopped writing since.
Some people love it, some people hate it, and lots pf people know who I am and buy my stuff because of it.
It's like that in podcasting too.
Having a show and talking for 20-30 minutes each week can seem scary.
You might be afraid of running out of things to say or being boring.
But if you do the proper prep work you'll always be interesting to the people who are most likely to buy your products and services.
Inside the next issue of the Podcast Mogul newsletter I'm going to give you a way to to consistently come up with interesting topics your listeners can't get enough of.
If you follow this plan you'll almost never go wrong on your show and people will keep coming back for more week after week.
Plus, it'll make you stand out like a giant zit on the tip of a teenagers nose.
While your competitors are giving away their best stuff on their free podcast show – you'll be able to command high buckeroos for your products and services giving almost nothing away on your show.
But you'd better hurry, the next issue is about to ship – get it now while you still can at http://PodcastMogul.com