Adam is a podcaster. He’s good at it. He enjoys it. He also follows all the blogs and gurus you’re supposed to, and they all tell him: you’ve got to blog, got to tweet, got to facebook, got to be everywhere!
He’s tired. He’s trying to do it all, and it’s time to hear our answer to his question: do I have to do everything?
This question and 2 others from listeners on the show today. Enjoy!
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“Dear podcasters & bloggers who try to do it all:”
The Listener Questions (and timestamp of the answers)
Adam’s question (4m): “As someone trying to build business around the content I release, is it ok if all my content is in audio format or should I force myself to write as well?”
Ryan’s question (31m): “I have some existing email lists for different sites, but if I make a new product that’s unrelated to those previous sites, is it wrong of me to offer the new product to them in an email?”
Vincent’s question (41m): “How does geographic location, nationality, language and culture influence one’s choice of audience and problem to solve? Or should we even let these factors influence the process at all?”
Your voice in our intro!
(27m) We want your voice to start off our podcasts! Could you click here and record a quick “hello and welcome to the fizzle SHOOOOOOOW!”?
Or simply record it on your phone and email it to heyguys at fizzle dot co. This is going to be awesome.
Blogging vs. Podcasting: Which is Better for Building Brands, Followers, and Trust? — “Despite this, podcasting has one major ‘elephant in the room’ that no one can ignore—not enough people listen to podcasts.”
Irresistible Podcasting: A Step-by-Step Guide to Lauching and Growing a Podcast that Can’t Be Ignored. — “How do you make a podcast that’s ‘the shit’ and not just shit?” This is Adam’s podcasting course.
The Top 10 Mistakes in Online Business
Every week we talk with entrepreneurs. We talk about what’s working and what isn’t. We talk about successes and failures. We spend time with complete newbies, seasoned veterans, and everything in between.
One topic that comes up over and over again with both groups is mistakes made in starting businesses. Newbies love to learn about mistakes so they can avoid them. Veterans love to talk about what they wish they had known when starting out.
These conversations have been fascinating, so we compiled a list of the 10 mistakes we hear most often into a nifty lil' guide. Get the 10 Most Common Mistakes in Starting an Online Business here »