30-Day Solo Podcast Challenge

How to improve your podcast hosting skills, better connect with listeners, and better spread your message through podcasting with media marketing expert David Hooper, author of Big Podcast – Grow Your Podcast Audience, Build Listener Loyalty, and Get Everybody Talking About Your Show. If you want more results from your podcast, you need to be able to handle hosting on your own, without the "crutch" of co-hosts, interviews, or music. The 30-Day Challenge podcast will help you do just that. Be more confident behind the mic!


Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 9m. Bisher sind 32 Folge(n) erschienen. Jeden Tag erscheint eine Folge dieses Podcasts

30-Day Solo Podcast Challenge - Conclusion

The 30-Day Solo Podcast Challenge is done, but you are not done – your podcasting challenge is just beginning. This series was designed to give you a jumpstart into the world of solo podcasting. What happens next is up to you... To make sure you...


 2019-12-31  5m

Day #30 - Your Podcast Billboard

Your podcast, especially if it's solo, is a billboard – it lets people know everything they need to know about you (or at least what you want them to know about you). So what do you want to be known? That's what this episode of the 30-Day Solo...


 2019-12-30  8m

Day #29 - Where To Get Unlimited Podcast Ideas

One of the most common questions people ask me about solo podcasting is, "Where do you get ideas for episodes?" In this episode of the 30-Day Solo Podcast Challenge, I talk about this and give you a very specific exercise to make sure you never run...


 2019-12-29  13m

Day #28 - All Podcast Hosts Have Secrets

All podcast hosts have two things: 1. Things we want people to know about. 2. Things we hope remain secret. Some secrets are scandalous. Or we think they are.  Some are a big deal. Or we think they are. This episode is about secrets and what we...


 2019-12-28  10m

Day #27 - How To Build Your Reputation Via Your Podcast

Most stories in the media, at least when it comes to celebrities, don't just happen. When you see somebody "famous" getting positive coverage on big media, there's a good chance it happened because a publicist (or even the person himself) asked for...


 2019-12-27  12m

Day #26 - Your Toolkit

Listeners are attached to you. Because of this, they love "behind-the-scenes" info. One of the best ways to ease into this and provide something of value that's related to your podcast topic is to share the tools you use to do your job (related to...


 2019-12-26  9m

Day #25 - What's Happening Now?

Over the last couple of episodes, we've covered the "future" as well as the "past." In this episode, I talk about how to share what's happening NOW and get your listeners involved in what you're currently doing. Have you ever been in a city where...


 2019-12-25  11m

Day #24 - The Mistake

The image we present as podcast hosts is always different than how we actually are as humans. Some of this is done on purpose, but because our podcasts are planned out and edited (or should be), it's easy for people to think we're better at organizing...


 2019-12-24  10m

Day #23 - The Podcast Crystal Ball

As a podcast host, listeners look to you as an authority on your subject. And it can be helpful to your "status" as this expert to talk about current and future trends. Think about the host of a stock market show. What does something like that do for...


 2019-12-23  9m

Day #22 - A Story About Rejection

There's a saying among those who sell their own products that, "If you don't have a few people return what you've sold, you're not selling enough." The same could be said for bad reviews of podcasts. If you don't have some bad reviews for your...


 2019-12-22  10m