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J Cleveland Payne's Podcast Pep Talk

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J Cleveland Payne offers a quick pep talk every week offering encouragement and the occasional spark to action to new podcasters.Find out more about how Payne can help you with your podcast or message crafting by visiting http://jclevelandpayne.net/podcastpeptalk.

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Record At The Right Energy Levels (PPT 082)

Setting your audio levels properly are just one key to recording good episodes. Showing up to record without the right amount of physical and mental energy can be heard just as clearly as the hiss of an improperly ground wire.

1 MIN1 w ago
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Record At The Right Energy Levels (PPT 082)

Are You Meant To Go Solo? (PPT 081)

Before you get started working on the recording of a podcast, you have to know if the intent of your show to be solo, interview, co-host, or a hybrid.

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Are You Meant To Go Solo? (PPT 081)

Can You Stay Consistent? (PPT 080)

While there are exceptions to this rule, podcasts generally need to be published on a consistent basis to maintain a following.

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Can You Stay Consistent? (PPT 080)

Get Out Of Your Bubble (PPT 079)

A comfortable routine may make for an easy-going life, but not a very informed one.

1 MINJUL 15
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Get Out Of Your Bubble (PPT 079)

The Most Important Reason People Will Listen To Your Podcast Is... (PPT 078)

Any question that asks for ‘the best’ will create controversy. But I believe there should be a universal top answer for why 'people' (not necessarily you) actually listen to certain podcasts.

1 MINJUL 8
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The Most Important Reason People Will Listen To Your Podcast Is... (PPT 078)

Ask Your Audience Without Pandering (PPT 077)

Your audience will be your greatest source of support, whether financial or emotional, in your podcast journey. This week we quickly cover how to engage with your audience to get them to be willing benefactors as opposed to coming off as a desperate beggar.

1 MINJUL 1
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Ask Your Audience Without Pandering (PPT 077)

There Are Not Too Many Podcasts (PPT 076)

There are a lot of podcasts. There are way too many podcasts for you to personally listen to, especially if you aspire to have a top-rated podcast yourself. There are not too many podcasts.

1 MINJUN 24
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There Are Not Too Many Podcasts (PPT 076)

Are You Worth Listening To? (PPT 075)

You can be boring and informative, or dynamic and totally trivial. But what makes your podcast, and you as a host, worth listening to?

1 MINJUN 17
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Are You Worth Listening To? (PPT 075)

You Are (Probably) Not Competing With John Lee Dumas (PPT 074)

If you are listening to this, I want to give you hope as a podcaster. But I also need you to set a realistic floor and ceiling for your expectations.

1 MINJUN 10
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You Are (Probably) Not Competing With John Lee Dumas (PPT 074)

Don't Website Shame Other Podcasts (PPT 073)

A good website to funnel podcast listeners is a great tool to have if you can effectively keep it updated and fresh. If not, your generic website created by your podcast host is just fine, assuming you are sharing your feed on the major podcasting platforms.

1 MINJUN 3
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Don't Website Shame Other Podcasts (PPT 073)

Latest Episodes

Record At The Right Energy Levels (PPT 082)

Setting your audio levels properly are just one key to recording good episodes. Showing up to record without the right amount of physical and mental energy can be heard just as clearly as the hiss of an improperly ground wire.

1 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Record At The Right Energy Levels (PPT 082)

Are You Meant To Go Solo? (PPT 081)

Before you get started working on the recording of a podcast, you have to know if the intent of your show to be solo, interview, co-host, or a hybrid.

1 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Are You Meant To Go Solo? (PPT 081)

Can You Stay Consistent? (PPT 080)

While there are exceptions to this rule, podcasts generally need to be published on a consistent basis to maintain a following.

1 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Can You Stay Consistent? (PPT 080)

Get Out Of Your Bubble (PPT 079)

A comfortable routine may make for an easy-going life, but not a very informed one.

1 MINJUL 15
Comments
Get Out Of Your Bubble (PPT 079)

The Most Important Reason People Will Listen To Your Podcast Is... (PPT 078)

Any question that asks for ‘the best’ will create controversy. But I believe there should be a universal top answer for why 'people' (not necessarily you) actually listen to certain podcasts.

1 MINJUL 8
Comments
The Most Important Reason People Will Listen To Your Podcast Is... (PPT 078)

Ask Your Audience Without Pandering (PPT 077)

Your audience will be your greatest source of support, whether financial or emotional, in your podcast journey. This week we quickly cover how to engage with your audience to get them to be willing benefactors as opposed to coming off as a desperate beggar.

1 MINJUL 1
Comments
Ask Your Audience Without Pandering (PPT 077)

There Are Not Too Many Podcasts (PPT 076)

There are a lot of podcasts. There are way too many podcasts for you to personally listen to, especially if you aspire to have a top-rated podcast yourself. There are not too many podcasts.

1 MINJUN 24
Comments
There Are Not Too Many Podcasts (PPT 076)

Are You Worth Listening To? (PPT 075)

You can be boring and informative, or dynamic and totally trivial. But what makes your podcast, and you as a host, worth listening to?

1 MINJUN 17
Comments
Are You Worth Listening To? (PPT 075)

You Are (Probably) Not Competing With John Lee Dumas (PPT 074)

If you are listening to this, I want to give you hope as a podcaster. But I also need you to set a realistic floor and ceiling for your expectations.

1 MINJUN 10
Comments
You Are (Probably) Not Competing With John Lee Dumas (PPT 074)

Don't Website Shame Other Podcasts (PPT 073)

A good website to funnel podcast listeners is a great tool to have if you can effectively keep it updated and fresh. If not, your generic website created by your podcast host is just fine, assuming you are sharing your feed on the major podcasting platforms.

1 MINJUN 3
Comments
Don't Website Shame Other Podcasts (PPT 073)
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