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The biggest way to promote my podcast organically has always been being active and involved in relevant communities and online groups. This episode talks about the power of leveraging online communities.
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Hey, welcome back to podcasting tip daily. Last week we started a little mini series of episodes that included 7 tips to grow your podcast audience. And this is tip number 4 which follows on from tip number 3 soooooo, if you haven’t checked out that episode jump back and have a little look…….
Tip number 4 in growing your audience following on from the last episode is…. if you don’t have guests, don’t worry!
If you are a topic or story based podcast, don’t worry, you don’t have to have guests to be a success by any means!
You have just as powerful tool at your fingertips and that is that you can leverage the power of existing communities, so go where your audience hang out… use Facebook groups, LinkedIn communities, or even find a meet up and find real people to go and talk to.
Having genuine conversations with people is always going to help, so don’t just go to these communities and post a link and go — listen to my podcast — no one will care about that… Get people engaged and chatting….
If your podcast is about Harry Potter, go and look for conversations happening and get involved… Then if organically something relevant to an episode comes up you can say “oh, actually I was just talking about this on my podcast; do you mind if I send you a link so you can check it out.”
Having genuine conversations means genuine connections, which would turn, not just to listeners, but to genuine fans!
That’s another tip in the bag for growing your podcast audience, and believe me this is the number one way I have used to create long term fans of podcasts and gain a real audience!
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Speak to you tomorrow!