When do you keep pushing and when do you say enough is enough?
This podcast episode bit of a post-mortem on Craig Inzana Media LLC as I continue to transition into fulling throwing myself and those resources behind Beeso Studio.
About six months ago I was approached by Michael “Fritz” Fritzius to talk about my entrepreneurial journey with Craig Inzana Media on The Hot Mic Podcast by Arch DevOps.
Over the last few months I made the tough decision to leave Craig Inzana Media behind to dedicate myself fully to the marketing department at Beeso Studio. I had been trying to do both for about a year and started to lose direction in my own business.
After losing some big key accounts due to the pandemic, I had to let a lot of the team go and was working on a bare-bones crew of contractors by the end. It just wasn't working for me.
Michael and I go deep into what it feels like to make that decision and why I think it was the right one to make at this time.
We also talk about remote work and why I got into building up a marketing agency for myself in the first place.
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As an entrepreneur, freelancer, or working professional you will be more successful by handling the stress, anxiety, and isolation that come along with the territory.
More than a Few Words is a marketing podcast for business owners.
The brief, lively conversations with marketing professionals and business owners from around the world are part of the Digital Toolbox from Roundpeg.
In this episode, I was asked to be a guest and discuss stress relief for business owners. We talked about how you can make work less stressful for yourself and your employees. We also talked about how prioritization and less stress can make your company more effective.
Remote interviews are a fact of life for every podcaster, and in today’s era of social distancing, more so than ever. Since you rarely get the chance at an interview do-over, nailing down your remote recording workflow is essential. We’ll show you how to prepare for and record a remote interview, so you get it right the first time — with some additional tips along the way to make sure all your bases are covered.
If you're a podcast host like me or you're interested in becoming a podcast host you've probably looked into different options for recording your podcast.
Especially now with remote interview becoming the standard, it's more important than ever to focus on quality to stand out.
In this post and the below video I share my favorite solution that i finally landed on after trying every different platform I thought might work including Zoom, Skype, Squadcast, and Zencaster.
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As the host of a podcast myself and producer of a few others, understanding listeners is a constant rabbit hole.
There are a lot of blogs and videos out there that will tell you a million ways to attract more listeners to your podcast show.
The problem is, a lot of them are referencing what has worked for them years ago... or worse a keyword that will help their video rank on YouTube.
What we're going to do in this post (and the video if you prefer that format) is take a dive into some real data and statistics about how people discover new podcasts in 2020.
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Video is an excellent way to reach a broader audience for your podcast, specifically with clips! Descript makes it super easy to create these short, dynamic audiograms to share.
Learn more about Descript: https://www.descript.com/