My Biggest Mistake: Podcasting 101 With Jeff Lerner
Jeff Lerner has taught some world-famous college students and business experts how to start a successful podcast in this new course with Entre Institute. From what the creator advises, this course isn’t the right fit for less experienced podcast creators, since it feels more like personalized lessons than an actual learning experience. Other prerequisites include an understanding of and a preference for good audio editing skill.
What inspired Jeff Lerner to start podcasting?
Jeff Lerner started podcasting because he was inspired by the success of podcasts like The Dave Ramsey Show and Suze Orman’s Financial Peace University. He was excited to see how podcasts could help people learn new and useful information.
However, Jeff’s biggest mistake with podcasting was not thinking through the long-term plan. He quickly became overwhelmed with the responsibilities of running a podcast, and he didn’t have a strong strategy for growth. As a result, his podcast slowly lost subscribers over time.
If Jeff had planned more carefully, he could have increased his subscriber base and built a loyal audience. Lessons learned from Jeff’s podcasting experience can help you create a successful podcast campaign.
Podcasting 101 with Jeff Lerner
Podcasting is a great way to communicate with your audience and build relationships with them. However, it can also be the biggest mistake you make as a business owner.
Podcasting is a great way to create and share content with your audience. It can be used to improve your brand reputation, market your products and services, and reach new customers.
However, podcasting can also be the biggest mistake you make as a business owner. Podcasting can damage your brand reputation, damage your relationship with your audience, and ruin your marketing efforts.
There are dozens of mistakes that you can make when podcasting. Here are 10 of the most common:
1) Failing to plan ahead: Make sure you have aclear idea of what you want to discuss and what points you want to cover in each episode. This will help you avoid covering topics that are irrelevant to your audience or that they have already heard before.
2) Telling Stories That Are Unrelated to Your Audience: Don’t try to be funny or entertaining without considering whether your audience wants to hear that type of content. Stick to topics that are relevant to them and interesting enough for them to listen to.
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The importance of first impressions
I’m not sure if I would have made the same decision if I had known ahead of time how important first impressions are. I started podcasting with Jeff Lerner and it was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made.
Jeff is one of the most respected and well-known podcasters in the industry, and it’s clear from our conversation that he knows what he’s doing. My biggest mistake was not taking the time to prepare for our interview.
There are few things more frustrating than recording an interview and then having trouble playbackting it because you’re not prepared. Podcasting is all about being on your game, so make sure you’re ready for when the podcast goes live.
Compelling & entertaining podcasts
I have to be honest, I was nervous about recording this episode. I wasn’t sure how it would come out and if it would be compelling enough for listeners. I can happily say that both the interview and the content were really good.
Jeff Lerner is one of the most successful podcasters in the world and he has helped millions of people start their own businesses. He is also a great teacher and he has a ton of insights to share about podcasting.
One of the lessons that Jeff talks about in this episode is how important it is to be compelling. If your podcast isn’t interesting or engaging, then your listeners are likely going to abandon ship very quickly.
Don’t forget to focus on creating high quality content as well. This is something that Jeff stresses throughout the episode. If your content is good, then your listeners are going to keep coming back for more.