It's time to ROCK your PODCAST!
Did you know that podcast listenership grew by 23% in 2016, and that it has grown 73% since 2013? While the idea of a "podcast" was still kind of new a few years ago, currently one in three American said they've listened to at least one AND as mobile use continues to explode, so does podcast listening.
Folks are listening to podcasts in their cars, while they walk, as they commute to work, and everywhere else where it’s inconvenient to read or watch a video.
By providing awesome content in an audible format, you’re opening up your Spiritpreneur Warrior Goddess business to a wider audience.
In this course we’re going to cover all the basics you need to know to get started podcasting, including:
We’ve also included a checklist to help you remember all the steps for getting started, along with an overview of the steps you need to take to get your feed ready to be submitted to iTunes and spread around the web.
Once you start podcasting, you'll see how little it can take to produce great results. It takes just a small investment in time and gear, but can produce engagement far surpassing what you'll achieve elsewhere. And most importantly, you'll have lots of fun with it, too.
Enjoy your journey to podcasting.
With the Spiritpreneur Podcasting in a Box Kit, I know that you’ll find it’s much easier than you imagined.
Hi! I'm Abiola, author of the award-winning Sacred Bombshell Handbook of Self-Love, founder of Spiritpreneur School and the Spiritpreneur Warrior Sisterhood. It's time for you to answer your calling and fulfill your sacred purpose. Let's take self-love to self-launch.
Lifestyle guru Abiola Abrams is a master coach, award-winning self-help author, Essence advice columnist, international speaker and founder of the empowerment hub, Womanifesting University. Her healing tools for women include The Sacred Bombshell Handbook of Self-Love, African Goddess Affirmation Cards, meditation albums like Chakras on Fleek, and her Abundance Pray Love Goddess Retreat in Bali. Seen giving transformational advice on networks from MTV to the Discovery Channel, our grandmothers had “Dear Abby” and we have “Dear Abiola.”