Have you ever wondered what it takes to build a successful podcast that lasts?
Launch A Pod believes everyone with the drive and should be able to…
All you need are the right adventure guides and mentors. Fortunately, they made a podcast called On Podcasting, just for you. On Podcasting shares with you actionable information to clarify and demystify building, launching, and growing a podcast you can be proud of.
We also believe you should be able to turn your passion into something that pays you for your hard work.
Here’s the thing: The life of a new podcaster is tough.
You see, it is both art and science.
On the art side, you must produce something unique and engaging. On the science side, you must learn and implement the craft of making good enough audio.
Podcasting can also be very complicated and time-consuming.
There’s figuring out the hardware, setting up a website, getting media hosting, and deciding on the right software. That’s just to name a few things to untangle.
Then there are the things people hardly tell you about: how to grow a successful show and monetize it. (Let’s not even start on the “gurus” who tell you to just build it and “they” will come.)
But we’ve got a solution for you.
It’s called On Podcasting. We share with you actionable information to clarify and demystify building, launching, and growing a podcast you can be proud of.
You can subscribe here now through your favorite podcast app.
Each episode is based on real-world experience. There are no Monday-morning-quarterback theories given.
On Podcasting will come in four delicious episode flavors: Evaluations, Discussions, Examples, and Case Studies.
Evaluations episodes are where we take a listener submitted show and episode, review, then share our thoughts on how to make it better. We’ll also discuss what we liked about the show the host should keep doing or do more of.
Often, it’s hard to take in advice and implement it. So through these evaluations, you’ll be able to hear by example what to do and what not to do by going through someone else’s show with us.
Discussion episodes are where we share our thoughts on different aspects of podcasting. These can focus on topics of performance techniques, recording gear, or show promotion.
Example episodes are similar to discussion episodes, but they contain real-world examples of podcasting hits and misses. These episodes focus on performance techniques and sound quality fixes.
Case studies are some of the most fun episodes with the biggest takeaways for listeners. We’ll share the results of an experiment and how the results were achieved. We’ll even include any tools and resources needed for you to repeat the results in your own podcast.
On Podcasting is a podcast designed just for you: Someone who wants to build a successful podcast that lasts.
The show is for podcasters looking to monetize their podcast and make most of their time, money, and energy when creating and maintaining a podcast.
On Podcasting is NOT for
On Podcasting is for podcasters who want to get things done.
Now it’s time to commit to your success! Click on one of the podcast app buttons below to subscribe here now:
But you may be wondering who are the hosts of On Podcasting?
The hosts of the show are Ron Davis and Aaron Frankel.
Who is Aaron?
Aaron is the former professional sidekick, marketing director, and staff writer for best-selling celebrity author Neil Strauss.
He’s also not just a podcaster talking about podcasting. Aaron is also a podcaster with a show outside the industry.
His show is called In The Rabbit Hole and it’s an Urban Survival Podcast. The show was launched in 2010 and featured by Apple Podcasts. And In The Rabbit Hole regularly shows up in the top 200 news and politics podcasts.
Since then, Aaron has gone on to produce several hit branded podcasts for companies. Most of those shows made New and Noteworthy in their first week of airing.
Who is Ron?
He’s a polymath, which is a pretentious way of saying Ron knows a little about a lot of different stuff. He’s been a Programmer, photographer, paramedic, and podcaster. I’ve turned two of my passions into successful podcasts, Photography with the Model and Photographer Podcast, and Emergency Medical Services into Confessions of an EMS Newbie.
Ron is also an avid toastmaster and I apply those public speaking skills to podcasting. And since podcasting is a technical thing, he also applying my ten years of programming to podcasting as well.