In this episode, we chat with Angie Griffith, host of Podfluencer Society (formerly titled 4 Things for Your Podcast), to learn how she grew her podcast, and her business, through collaborations.
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NOTE: Since recording this episode, Angie Griffith’s podcast was rebranded to the new title: Podfluencer Society. As such, some links mentioned may have changed. Visit the contact form at podfluencersociety.com if you cannot find what you are looking for.
- Website: https://www.podfluencersociety.com
- Connect with Angie: https://beacons.ai/theactualangie/socialmedia
- More Podcast Resources: https://podfluencerbrands.com
- Twitter – https://twitter.com/theangiegriff
- Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/theangiegriffith/
- Linkedin – https://www.linkedin.com/in/angelagriffithconnect/
Podcast Growth Hacks Learned in This Episode
- On average, a podcast can take 3 years, before it really starts to grow…so be patient.
- If you’re considering advertising revenue, consider the idea of selling “Title Sponsorships”
- You can bundle the episodes as an annual or half-year package
- The advertiser would get…
- an ad spot
- a “brought to you by…” mention in each episode’s intro
- their logo on the cover art
- links on the website and the episode descriptions
- Instagram posts, etc
- For podcasts getting 1000 downloads per episode, you can sell a title sponsorship for $1800 for 40 episodes (1 year).
- Episode titles are very important.
- A potential listener needs to be able to scan across your episodes and get a clear idea of what they’ll expect listening to your show.
- Great episode titles are like great ad copy…so take time to be intentional about them
- Custom episode artwork might be a waste of time.
- Numbering episodes might have some good benefits as a referencing tool.
- As a creator, schedule in some breaks to rest and recharge…and avoid burnout.
- If you take episode breaks, DO tell your audience what to expect.
- Podcast guesting helps introduce other people’s audiences to your podcast
- Try to podcast guest frequently, even once a week is a valid amount.
Podcasts & Resources Mentioned in This Episode
- Allie Reeves – Six Figure Influencer
- 4 Things for your Podcast – Year 1 in Online Business (Part 1
- Podcasting Q&A – Pros and Cons of Episode Artwork
- Kristen Cavallari & Stephen Colletti – Back to the Beach
- Julie Solomon – The Influencer Podcast
- 4 Things for your Podcast – Ep57. How to Activate Your Purpose with Julie Solomon
- Group Convert – Get Email Addresses from Facebook Groups
- Zoom – To record remote podcast interviews
- Calendly – To schedule podcast interview guests
- Smartless – Shawn Levy