If you’re working on building a network, this episode is for you. I interviewed Toronto comedian and podcaster Matt Ardill about his journey of podcasting, and how it helped him to go from watching comedy, to rubbing elbows with the likes of Patton Oswalt and Weird Al’s PR team, to performing it.
If you struggle with stage fright or tripping over your words, this episode is for you. In this podcast I’m going to give you my strategies for getting past that little voice in your head that says “don’t be such a dumb dumb” so you can start being yourself on your podcast.
In this episode I interview comic book author and editor Stephanie Cooke. Stephanie shares with us how she developed her personal brand through podcasting.
Now that we’re already into Part frickin’ 4 of this series, I’m going to show you how to write engaging calls to action. Because I desperately want you to stop writing “click here.a” It just kills me. You’re so much better than “click here.” You’re more of a “Explode Your Brain Cells.” I know. I can tell.