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Podcasting 101: How to Guest On, Start, Run and Develop a Podcast: AMA with Martin Lindeskog

ANSWERS Podcast 101 How to Start Run and Develop a Podcast with Martin Lindeskog

Why should every small business and freelancer consider podcasting? Check out these 2019 statistics from Podcast Insights:

  • 51% of the U.S. population has listened to a podcast
  • 49% listen at home
  • 22% listen in a car

That surprises me as I would have thought most podcast listeners do so during their commute time.

Join us on Wednesday, June 5, 2019 from 5-9 p.m. ET to get all of your questions answered by long-time expert podcaster Martin Lindeskog, Podcaster at PoddRadio.org and EGO Netcast.

What do you want to know about podcasts? Do you know how to find the ones most relevant to you? Or how to become a guest to promote your small business?

All those answers and more can be found in what Martin shared in the BizSugar Mastermind Community.

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Come read all the excellent questions and answers given during this AMA to find out how podcasts can improve your life and your business.

Who is Martin Lindeskog?

Martin has been podcasting from Gothenberg, Sweden for at least 13 years (started in 2006) in both English and Swedish. You can hear more of his English broadcasts at Soundcloud.

As the host of the EGO Netcast show, Martin covers new media news and tips & tricks for podcasters and listeners.

He conducts interviews with authors, business minded individuals, entrepreneurs, philosophers, etc. They answer questions on new media, business philosophy and the good life.

Martin Lindeskog is a blogger, an “indie biz” (independent business) philosopher, a BizSugar sharing community moderator, a social media evangelist, a speaker, and a tea enthusiast.

As a published book author, he is writing an “octalogy” with the working title, Tea Book Sketches – Ideas And Notions About The Second Most Popular Beverage In The World.

He has been blogging since 2002 and is a Staff Writer for Small Business Trends and is published on the Small Businesses Trends channel at American Express.

Podcasting Topics Martin Will Be Covering

You can easily find the answers to any question that may come up about podcasting once Martin shares how to:

  • Start, run, and develop a podcast.
  • Use your podcasts for spreading the good word about your business journey.
  • Find co-hosts, and guests to your show.
  • Be a guest on a podcast.

He will also cover:

  • Why listening to podcasts is good for your personal development and for gathering business intelligence.
  • How to set up a podcasting workflow.
  • Tips on podcast gear to start with, and smart podcasting tools and services.
  • Podcast trends and statistics.

What would you like to know about podcasting? Do you know how to become a guest and promote your business? How to find the most relevant podcasts for you? Martin’s answers to all that and more are waiting for you to come read them.

If you are not already a member, first join the BizSugar Mastermind Community by clicking the button below.

Join the BizSugar Mastermind Community

Once you’re a member, click the button below to go directly to this event in our Mastermind Community Forum.

Members go directly to the event

Read all the excellent questions and answers given during this AMA to find out how podcasts can improve your life and your business.

2 thoughts on “Podcasting 101: How to Guest On, Start, Run and Develop a Podcast: AMA with Martin Lindeskog

    • David: Thanks for your comment! Repurposing a podcast episode is not as common as reusing blog post material, but you could see examples of it, for example during off-season, holidays, and during vacation breaks.

      All the Best,

      Martin

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