Okay, so here’s where I’m going.  I’ve been kicking around the idea of doing some podcasting for a while.  There’s a sweet software I’m probably going to pick up this weekend and start playing with it.  I do have a broadcasting background in my arsenal, and I’d really like to incorporate that into my business. 

Hey, I can dream, can’t I?

Keep checking back here for updates as to when this will launch.  I’ve got some great ideas for this, so stay tuned.

That being said, once I get this off the ground and start seeing some success (hopefully), there is another niche I have some interest in and want to get going (personal development/self-help).

Okay, with that out of the way, let’s get to today’s post. . .

Podcasting is one of the content and traffic methods I’m most excited about for many people. There are many marketers who say that podcasting is their main form of traffic generation. Why? There’s something about being able to hear someone’s speaking voice that draws people in, in a different way than written content. There’s also the incredibly powerful iTunes podcasting engine and the fact that podcasts are just downright convenient and a way of life for many people nowadays.

People don’t always have time to sit and read content— though they certainly still do it. Sometimes, they want to learn and listen while they’re commuting or cleaning. Or maybe they just prefer to listen because that’s how they learn best. Enter the podcast.

You can easily create podcast episodes using free or inexpensive tools— and I think you’ll love every minute of it. This is a great part of the 5X10 method that I think you’ll see a lot of benefit from as long as you choose great topics and pour your heart into it to connect with your audience.

I’ll be back soon with an update on my super-terrific podcast.

Just take action.

Later.


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