When I first heard about podcasts, I have to admit, that I was skeptical about their lasting power. After all, there are already so many popular ways to get the information out there it seemed unlikely that one more medium clogging up the data stream could be beneficial. But alas, I was wrong! So wrong,
I love bucket lists! Can’t you tell? I truly think everyone should have one because life gets too busy and can pass you by. The biggest drawback that deters people from creating a bucket list is the fact that they may need to travel or spend a lot of money to cross off their items.
Looking to get featured on more podcasts? Podcasts can be a great way to showcase your expertise and even generate leads and conversions for your business.
Podcasts serve a huge market right now. According to an article in Forbes, “The reach of a single podcast and be larger than a TV audience.” If you’re looking to promote your business, getting booked for interviews is pretty much a no-brainer.
Podcast guest interviews are in-demand, and everyone’s looking for a piece of the action. Whether you’re hoping to get yourself on here and there or you’re a more serious action taker that wants to book up as many shows as possible, read these ideas to speed up the process. Here are some ideas to figure
If you’ve tried booking podcast appearances on your own, it can be a hassle.
The idea of having someone book on your behalf might sound like a dream.
PR firms don’t necessarily specialize in podcast bookings, but did you know a podcast guest booker can help search for podcast interviews?
Hiring one can help you avoid the struggle of sending loads of emails, filling out contact forms and tracking down hosts, especially on popular shows.
Here’s a list of advantages to hiring a podcast guest booker.
Have you ever been overwhelmed by too many ideas in your personal or work life? It’s an odd feeling. On one end, you’re excited and inspired by all the plans you have. On the other, you’re overwhelmed and have too many things swimming around in your head with no idea as to where or how you should get started.
By the time the end of the year rolls around, you may be disappointed at your lack of ability to follow through with many of your ideas.
This is common among entrepreneurs and while it’s great to have ideas, it’s important to prioritize them and determine which ones you’ll actually act on.
Most people have a goal to travel more and explore the world around them. Travel can be addicting, but also costly which is why many people put it off until ‘later’ in life.
If you want to travel and explore new places, one of the best things you can do is create a bucket list including the places you want to travel to and the experiences you want to have.
Once you narrow your goals down, you’ll be able to plan for the future and start saving up so finances won’t be an obstacle.
Summer can be one of the most expensive times of year for most people. In the dead of winter, it’s easier to settle down, lower all your bills (with the exception of heating) and watch Netflix and drink hot chocolate for entertainment.
During the summer months, however, that’s just not the case. Between summer BBQs and events, children’s activities, and vacations, it can become very easy to overspend and blow your budget.
Oh, and let’s not forget about your awesome summer bucket list. Perhaps in May, you put together an impressive list of all the things you were going to experience for the summer. Even if you didn’t actually write ideas down, I’m sure you thought about where you wanted to go and the things you wanted to do this summer. Then, time flew by and you decided to get a tighter grip on your finances.