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Podcasting Power Hour is your go-to place to get expert advice on consistently marketing your show and connecting with listeners.
“Starting a podcast is one thing, consistently marketing that podcast as a whole other beast.” – Arielle Nissenblatt
Arielle Nissenblatt is a podcaster, community builder, and expert in podcast marketing. She is famous for her engaging twitter content and her podcasting advice. Arielle is also the Community Manager for Squadcast, a popular remote podcasting recording tool.
Connect with Arielle Nissenblatt on Twitter.
Jeff Townsend and Greg from Indie Drop-in Network host Podcasting Power Hour where they discuss podcasting questions with experienced panelists and guests. This week, Arielle Nissenblatt, known as the woman of Twitter podcasting, joins the show to talk about podcast marketing. She recommends creating assets for guests and pitching to other podcasts, publications, and social media platforms in order to market the podcast. She also encourages podcasters to comment on their own podcasts in order to interact with their audience.
In this episode, you will learn the following:
1. Social Media Marketing for Podcasts: What are the Basics?
2. Building Buzz for Your Podcast: How Do You Keep the Momentum Going?
3. Podcast Listening Apps: What are the Benefits of Claiming and Engaging with Your Show?
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