Podcast Monetization: 9 Ways to Make Money Podcasting

Podcast Monetization: 9 Ways to Make Money Podcasting

– So you’re thinking of starting a podcast or maybe you already have one. Great, well how do you make
money from that podcast? Well a very popular way to
make money from your podcast it through advertising, but
it’s not the only way to do it. Now advertising is great. You have an audience and
you have advertisers. You marry the two and
you can get paid for that and that’s fantastic. There’s a lot of people out
there who are doing podcasts and making a lot of
great money in that way. A great friend of mine, Shawn Stevenson, from The Model Health Show is an example, who’s doing advertising right, making it sound very organic in his shows, because he also uses those same products and because of that, I trust
him in his recommendations and I get those products too. It works. Advertising is not
always a great strategy, because for one, maybe
they’d heard those ads enough and they’re gonna scroll through, hitting that 15-second button
just to get through that part. Or perhaps those products don’t even align with your audience, in which case they might not even listen
to your show anymore. So what do you do? How many other ways
are there to make money from your podcasts other than
advertising and sponsorship? Well in this video, I’m going to share nine different examples with you, with real-life examples
from real-life podcasters. Stick around. Number one, digital products. Digital products are
products that are electronic and they can be distributed in a very, very scalable way online,
which is the benefit. There are a lot of examples of this, for example eBooks or music, software, online courses, those kinds of things. One example is The Fantasy
Footballers Podcast hosted by Andy, Jason, and Mike. They sell a digital product
called the Ultimate Draft Kit, which they offer to their listeners and it allows a person to download all the best projections
and stats and top players for their upcoming football draft. I probably should have got that this year, because I didn’t do so well. You buy it, it gets
delivered to you via email, which is really cool, so hands-off. But also, what’s really cool is, they have to do one of these every year, which allows for even more
purchases down the road. Another example is from my good friend Rick Mulready from RickMulready.com and the host of The Art
of Paid Traffic Podcast. He tells a number of courses related to how to do Facebook advertising. So if you have a business
you want to scale or get in front of a new audience, he has courses to help you do that, which are digital products. Number two, physical products. For example, the physical
products from the Jocko podcast. It’s hosted by Jocko Willink
who is a retired Navy SEAL and through his podcast he actually sells a number of things, such as merchandise with
his podcast name on it, like t-shirts. But in addition to that, other things that help
improve a person physically, such as omega-threes and teas
and those sorts of things. Now another example in this category is the Bad Dice Podcast with Ben Curry. On this podcast, which is
geared toward Warhammer and the Warhammer gaming community, he sells a product that
is called Scenery Dice. I have no idea what that is,
but it sounds a little dicey. Sorry. Number three, affiliate products. What are affiliate products? Well instead of selling your own products that you spend the time
and money to create, you can actually sell
other people’s products. And through those recommendations, you can earn a commission. Affiliate marketing has been
one most profitable ways that I’ve been able to
generate an income online and it’s great especially
when you’re just starting out, because you don’t need to spend the time to create those products and a lot of the stuff is
already there in the market that you can sell and
recommend to your audience. Now there’s a lot of rules and things that kind of go into that, so make sure to check out the links below in the description, which relate to some other
content that can help you, related to affiliate marketing, if you want to learn more about that. Now what’s really cool, is as a podcaster, you can do a few things, for
example, if you are selling and recommending another person’s product. Invite that person on your show, have them talk about how
they built that product, have them build a relationship
with your listeners. That way, the sell is not even going to feel like a sell at all, it just becomes a natural progression after listening to the episode. A good example of this
is when I interviewed the founder and creator of ConvertKit, an email service provider
that I use and recommend and full disclosure, I’m also an advisor for the company now, but I interviewed Nathan, I
talked about his origin story about how he created this product, and I did see a noticeable
bump in affiliate sales for ConvertKit after that episode came out and I still reference it today. Number four, coaching. Now the beauty of a podcast
is that through your voice you’re able to build a relationship with those who are
listening on the other end and if you offer coaching services, you’re more likely to convert that person, because they kind of already know you. They know what kinds of
things you have to offer, what your vibe is like, and if you offer any coaching services and they like you, well it’s gonna be a good fit. For example, Ben Greenfield from the Ben Greenfield Fitness Podcast. On this podcast where Ben
talks about things like digestion, biohacking,
lifestyle, nutrition, recovery, all kinds of things related to our health, he also shares that he has a
fitness and coaching program. And because you get to
know Ben on his show and you like what he has to say, well if you need the coaching, you’re more likely to
actually work with him. Fitness coaches, lifestyle
coaches, financial coaches, coaches of all kinds can
benefit from having a podcast and if you actually just offer
your services on your show, you can actually see some conversions. Number five, similar, because
it’s kind of a service, let’s talk about consulting. So instead of coaching a person and helping them through some tough times or you know, helping them wrap
their brain around something, perhaps you’re actually offering a service to accomplish something. For example, Rob and Kerri from the Disney Travel Secrets Podcast. Rob and Kerri are actually
two students of mine in my Power-Up Podcasting course and their podcast is great,
because it allows them to, again, build a relationship
with their listeners, but also it helps their
listeners want to work with them to help fulfill their Disney dreams with building their dream vacation. And seriously, if you
want to know the secrets related to Disney and how
to have a great vacation, definitely check out Disney Travel Secrets with Rob and Kerri. Number six, selling your own books. Now yes, this does crossover with a lot of what we’ve
already talked about. books can be digital, obviously, books can lead to consulting
gigs and coaching gigs, but more importantly, the
sale of the book itself can happen as a result of your podcast. What’s cool too, is you could actually, as you are writing your book, use your podcast to help people understand that this book is coming
out to create buzz for it, to show people the progress as you then build buzz
to that launch date. There are a lot of examples of authors utilizing podcasts to
help sell their books, there’s also a lot of examples
of people being a guest on other people’s shows
to sell their books. But one person I want to
highlight is Hal Elrod, who wrote The Miracle Morning and his podcast, Achieve Your Goals. For one, it helps people
discover his book, who discovered his podcast first, and it also helps people
who discover his book first, find his podcast and build an even deeper relationship with him too. There are no hard sales in
his podcast, which is great. It just becomes a natural
part of the conversation, because that’s what he’s known for, his book Miracle Morning, and the tens of thousands
of lives that he’s changed. Number seven, public speaking. A podcast is an amazing digital stage that allows you to launch yourself into a potential physical stage. I’ve actually been recruited
myself to speak on stage as a result of my podcast,
which is really cool too. And it becomes a part of your offering, the fact that you mention,
“Hey guys, you can actually “have me on stage too if you want,” well you can be like Marc
Maron from the WTF Podcast. I’ve personally seen Marc on stage before at different events I’ve been at and he’s awesome, he’s so funny and what’s really cool is
he’s super down-to-earth too. Now I don’t know how much he makes from these speaking opportunities, again as a result of his podcast, but I would care to guess that it’s in the five-figure range somewhere maybe and that’s a pretty lucrative day. So if you want to start public speaking and you already have a podcast, well mention that you do
that every once in a while. Maybe you do an episode
related to some events that you’ve been to. And the fact that yeah, this
is something you want to do, that alone can help plant that seed for people to come to you and say, “Hey, you want to speak at my stage?” Number eight, putting on your own events. When you build your
tribe with your podcast, which can and will happen
if you give it enough time, they will want to meet
each other and you as well. And you can create some amazing events as a result of the tribe that you build. The way a person consumes a podcast is very much like how a
person consumes a show. They become a fan of the show and they want to get more
involved with that show. And one particular show
that actually had a podcast to go along with it is The
Walker Stalker Podcast, a fan show that was dedicated to the show Walking Dead on AMC. I actually featured the two hosts of The Walker Stalker Podcast on my show in episode 247 of the Smart
Passive Income Podcast and their story is amazing. As a result of starting their podcast, again just a fan podcast between two guys who love The Walking Dead, they were able to get some of the celebrities onto their podcast. And as a result of that, they were able to start
putting on conventions. Not just little events with,
you know, a few hundred people, but literally tens of thousands
of people come out now and they have multiple
events every single year. Their big event is in Atlanta, where the film is, where
the show is filmed, and tens of thousands of people show up. All the celebrities come out, people line up to get autographs. I know, because guess what? I’ve been to these events
before too with my wife. Here’s a picture of me with a couple of the stars from the show. This is the characters Daryl and Negan from The Walking Dead. And it was just such a cool experience to go and hang out with the crew there. But anyway, to go back to the story here, podcasting can be a great
way to build a community, bring them together in
an event-like fashion, just like Eric and James did
with The Walker Stalker Con. Number nine, Patreon. Patreon is a service, tool, application? This thing that exists
that’s pretty awesome, because what it does is it
allows your fans to pledge to yes, they want to support
you for the work that you do. So just imagine you have
a podcast and you say, “Hey guys, if you want
to support the show, “just pledge $1 per episode. “We come out with one episode a week, “that’s all you got to do.” So think about that. One episode per week,
four episodes a month, $4. Times 1,000, times 10,000,
times however many listeners you have who are a fan of what you do. You can see this can scale
and be quite profitable too. Take, for example, the hosts
of the Daily Tech News Show, a podcast hosted by Tom Merritt, which has nearly 5,000 backers, which total $20,000-plus a
month, just through his fans. I also interview both
Jack Conte and Tom Merritt on episode 188 of the Smart
Passive Income Podcast, link’s below. Now if you choose to set
up an account with Patreon, you know, there’s gonna be some people in your audience already,
likely, who will be huge fans who will just support you anyway without any further incentive needed. Now it’s best practice to
have some other bonuses and other items that are unlocked when a person becomes a Patreon. So just think about what
those things might be before you get involved
with setting up an account. So those are nine ways
to generate an income in addition to advertising
and sponsorship. So if you feel you’re stuck in the advertising and sponsorship wheel, or perhaps you want to get involved with making money on your podcast, but just don’t want to go down that route or maybe even don’t have enough
people who are following you or big enough audience, well guess what? You have a great opportunity
to potentially make even more money through
these other methods. And hey, if you liked this video, thank you so much, I appreciate it. Click on the like button
and also share this. I think a lot of people
would also love to know how to generate an income
through their podcast too. And by the way, if you haven’t yet gotten
started with a podcast, make sure to check out
howtostartapodcast.com, that’s my free How to Start a Podcast
in Three Days mini course. It’ll just walk you through
the process in just three days, howtostartapodcast.com. Again, thank you so much
for watching this video and before you go, leave
a comment really quick. I’d love to know what
podcasts you’re listening to. So leave a comment below,
I’m interested to find out. Thanks so much and we’ll
see you the next video.


  1. Violet & Antonio Sosa says:

    Great video!! it really helps a lot, thank you!

  2. Lad Chat says:

    great ideas feel free to subscribe to our little podcast all.


  3. Alain Guillot says:

    Thank you, Pat. I am doing affiliate sales and I am offering coaching services. I have been podcasting for 6 months. My audience is small but it grows every week.

  4. Carlos O'Banion says:

    My name is pat too

  5. Pirate's Parrot life for me says:

    Thank you for all your videos, I've been really wanting to do a podcast & you tubd channel, plus expand on my Instagram & Facebook & even do live shows with my birds & reptiles, products, nutrition, enrichment, general education, enclosures, proper care & so forth. I'm also an assistant manager for a small bird store & also before open I( one day a week work only with & clean) feed & water our breeders, plus care for baby birds including handfeeding & other things. So I have tons of cool fun ideas just recording my life & mini zoo. Lol Plus I'dove to promote & talk about the store, toys I reccomend, how I sprout seeds & safe beans mostly for the birds, making all the animals raw food with all the tools like a food processor I use for example, grooming, building toys/stands/perchs/junglegyms, cat fun junglegyms & scratching boards & such. I'm really into raw diet I'd go into from my dogs, reptiles esp the omnivore lizards like bearded dragons & tortoises that eat a lot of veggies & fruit but also bugs. How to easily breed your own bugs in a non smelly easy & cleaner way. Properly care for each animal. Some need specific artificial light bulbs, some need just heat ,some both, & some just heat & diffrent type of reptile bulbs. So I got plenty of material & even connections that might even Spencer me once I get something running plus I know a lot if the famous people in the bird world & reptile world that have taught me so much & have amazing lives doing all sorts of education & I'll be able to get them on my Channel easily plus connections with product lines that want me to push it that would probably sponsor me. So I'm hoping for help & tips to get started. Maybe you can message me bc I really want to get this going to make a second income bc it's hard esp with a fairly new car. I believe I've paid for a year so luckily just 2 more to go, it's a nice jeep renegade & no one knows how to drive a 6 speed manual stick turbo that it's fun & was extremely cheap & not big but big enough for my critters) sorry off track but I'm living at home & would like to buy their house in a a year or 2 if not a different one preferably more in the country, but I'm tired of living pay check to pay check to pay my Bill's & feed my animals the best which I really want to eat healthier too plus many other things. Also bc Facebook, bird clubs, Instagram & Facebook bird & reptile groups I have like 2000 bird friends/followers & every day I have at least 15 people wanting to add which some are scammers but most are bird, reptile, or other exotics ps I'm also into all exotics & bc my old job I got to/get to work with them from snakes & reptiles, scorpions & tarantulas, all sorts of cool frogs that get big enough to eat nice & rats!, lol plus furry critters from Guinea pigs to rabbits, sugar gliders prery dogs & the list goes on ohh yeah obsessed with hedgehogs too & they would let me do some recording their & with them & very popular esp in the reptile world like my newer jobs boss is with birds & they all have connections & I'm still great friends with my bosses from the reptile store! So anyways I'm getting a nice not super fancy laptop & a microphone plus the spot guard thing & head phones with it. Sorry for going on but hopefully you can message me & get me started I'll give you my email too if you respond. I don't have a ton of money yet but if successful I'd even give you a commission or something to help. The bird people esp will pay for any thing….. lol but I want it worth it if course. I was even thinking once started how can I set up a charging thing, maybe through pY pal pr a go fund me? & I also volunteer or at least make toys for a sanctuary esp that I'm great friends with but also a few adoption & rescue places. I have bearded dragons different mutations, neat mutations of leopard geckos both of witch I plan to breed & already had one successful batch of 20 baby beard dragons, a red footed & yellow footed tortoises, also chameleons, & a big Savannah monitor lizard that's strictly carnivore, plus 3 big macaws diffrent species, 1 hahns mini, a plum headed parakeet, an a look examderine, & an Congo African grey so I got lots of birds I can do clips on each one, group the reptiles by species but really go it all my crazy life & think if o just get a chance I think it could be really popular. The birds are also clicker & truck trained which I could show as well as flighted & have a flight. Sorry I could go on but please message me & I really want to get this going & at least start recording & Friday I get my computer & the microphone & headphones I'll look into your classes but depending on the price I might not be able to just yet but again if successful I deffently can do commission or pay for the classes or how ever it works for you. Akso I'm getting a baby golden conure next week that's really rare but I can do some really cool training & socializing with as all my others are rescues/regomes/ ,or adoptions so they are great with me but no so much the big ones with others. Akso I was going to set up a volunteer thing where I'll make a number of toys to send to sanctuaries or rescues of their choice from them paying or donations or the best way to start! Please message for advice e thanks & love the positive videos & hope for a better life I'm hoping!

  6. ItsJose Bover says:

    Thank youuu so much u changed my hustling game

  7. ItsJose Bover says:

    Thank youuu so much u changed my hustling game

  8. Frank Ross says:

    Pat , your very helpful with your podcasting tips. I'm just getting started and I'm doing this because of your inspiration, I'm 56 retired /disabled and I have ideas. simple as that.lol

  9. Technical Travis says:

    Currently Listening to “On The Switch”. It’s a podcast all about sports betting. How to bet and betting advice/tips. It’s pretty dang interesting and they made me over $1k on the World Cup. I am truly amazed at these dudes!! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBJHls85vel6W9hizVeLIeQ I encourage everyone to do the same bc it’s a very informative show. And of course I love joe Rogan too duh!

  10. rahul adap says:

    I thought I'm listening at 1.5X speed

  11. Shane Davis says:

    Man your videos are the best I have found on YouTube. So palatable and easy to understand, perfect length, and rich information.

  12. Carl Christopher-Ansari says:

    Thanks. This a great comprehensive guide to making / scaling money from producing podcasts. Great, thanks, Paul.

  13. Tyler Joe Stratton says:

    I am listing to the following podcasts.

    1) The School Of Greatness
    2) Smart Passive Income
    3) Ultimate Human Connect
    4) The Brendon Show

  14. Chris Martínez says:

    Does it work?

  15. Michele Joy says:

    I'm new at Podcasting, so your videos are golden! Thank you!!

  16. Kiwii says:

    great information that was so needed.

  17. leon sanders says:

    I listen to joe Rogan and brilliant idiot's with Andrew and charlemagne, and Brother Benx and Dr Boyce Watkins. But thanks for the tips man cant wait to start my pod cast, im going to be buying a laptop soon and mic to get started

  18. Monty Campbell says:


  19. Monty Campbell says:

    Some people think that it’s impossible but I know it’s not

  20. Monty Campbell says:

    But that is cool

  21. Michael Harings says:

    9 Ways Summary:
    1) Digital Products (ebooks, music)
    2) Physical Products (T shirts)
    3) Affiliate Products (other people's stuff)
    4) Coaching Services
    5) Consulting
    6) Selling My Own Books (yeah, right: My Spectacular Failures and Curious Insights while browsing The Basket of Tolerance, a compendium of Wisdom from the Great Tradition, a humble Account)
    7) Public Speaking –> podcast to $peaker!
    8) Hosting Live Events (to your tribe, fans of the show)
    9) Patreon ( = GoFundMe for a person's work)

  22. TK Haskin says:

    Thanks for the tips!

  23. mannie's Art And Fitness Channel says:

    I love this video, I'm considering making a podcast.

  24. mannie's Art And Fitness Channel says:

    I was thinking about doing that. Utilizing my podcast to sell my books.

  25. TexasGI47 meets LaDama.SpanishGirl says:

    Podcasts: 1) GaryVee Audio Experience, 2) Couples Therapy, 3) The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast and 4) Archive 81 … thank you Pat for sharing your content. What episode do you talk about Anchor? I would like to do an international podcast without racking up too big of a phone bill.

  26. Madame Rotterdam says:

    Thank you for the amazing tips! The podcast the I started is Madam Rotterdam Podcast available on SoundClouds and iTunes. I interview people from across industries within the city of Rotterdam.
    https://soundcloud.com/madamrotterdam/a-talk-with-the-worlds-first-blockchain-music-speaker give it a listen and let me know what you think ? Thanks

  27. Lanelle Hanagriff says:

    Love your videos, but this one looks like a way to do adverts.

  28. Treehouse Orphanage Homes says:


  29. Andrew Martin says:

    Tiger belly and joe rogan

  30. Zenas Chin says:

    (1) Digital Products
    (2) Physical Products
    (3) Affiliate Products
    (4) Coaching
    (5) Consulting
    (6) Selling Your Own Books
    (7) Public Speaking
    (8) Hosting Your Own Live Events
    (9) Patreon

    Thank you for sharing these avenues Pat! Love your big heart!!

  31. Bailey Simrell says:

    Nathan Berry?

  32. India Jordan says:

    I'm listening to The Friend Zone and I Am The Table Podcast. Both very insightful!

  33. Deanna Henry says:

    Subscribed because I'll gonna do pod casting

  34. Deanna Henry says:

    If it its digital product can it be affiliate marketing from clickbank

  35. Manna-hata Movies says:

    Are you able to still make money when talking/showing trademarked things. For example, can I talk about a Major League Baseball team and how they're season is going as I show their logos,etc. Thanks for your time.

  36. mannie's Art And Fitness Channel says:

    I plan on using my podcast, to promote my new novels.

  37. Grow Player says:

    You can check out GrowPlayer.com – One of the best podcast player for content marketers.

  38. Little cute baby Period says:

    Very helpful

  39. Heneka Watkis-Porter says:

    Thanks for sharing Pat.

  40. Josh Shechter says:

    Noticed how you almost used every one of your tips and strategies in this video for branding/marketing yourself and others. Also noticed how this is not making money through podcasts it is how to possibly build opportunities using your podcast that may or may not make you money.
    Besides patreon.

  41. Broken Pictures says:

    Good stuff! Started offering our tv show breakdowns as podcasts this year so we’re working toward this. Big help! Love your podcast as well!

  42. Average Js says:

    Ive been obsessed with this new podcast hot tub talks. Check it out!

  43. Glen Colello says:

    The GaryVee show, How I built this, Tim Ferris, Charlie Rocket Show

  44. PRETTYBAND Ash says:


  45. LitaAbella says:

    This is the second video that I have reviewed of yours and I like them both. You are very informative, professional, and engaging. The first video you talked too fast. I think this one, you were talking at a normal speed. Thank you.

  46. Taylluna says:

    Thank you so much for this, Pat! I was just listening to a podcast and out of nowhere got a rush of ideas to make my own… Now I'm really excited! This was beyond helpful! (:

  47. eesha bajaj says:

    I am a little confused. So, if I have an MP3 file, I am using a podcast hosting company, say Libsyn, as you recommend. So, here, how do I earn money from my podcast? Do I work on getting advertisements myself, then record it in my podcast and THEN use a host company? Also, if I use the host company to distribute my podcast, does that mean that they are part owners of my podcast and content?

  48. 3PC Local 1 says:

    Pat can i get you to email me

  49. Cult Classic Mania says:

    I'm currently listening to:

    Dead Meat
    Spitballers (Hosted by the kind folks over at Fantasy Footballers)
    The Horror Show
    Slashers Pod
    Lens Me Your Eears

  50. Clint Edwards says:

    I have a podcast: The Scottish Clans. I listen to a bunch of podcasts, to include: Book of Mormon Central, Icon Athlete, Long Range Pursuit, The Public Square, and Beyond the Kill.

  51. Kiran Thakur says:

    Thank you

  52. Developer - Wannabe says:

    Thanks, Pat. I started a podcast for developer-wannabies in my native language already (Polish). Will try to use some of your hints.

  53. Jason Petrunik says:

    Brother. This is all gold… I look forward to having you on my podcast. #Deal ?

  54. Forward Julio says:

    Wholeness is they Key podcast

  55. The And One Sports Podcast says:

    Please go subscribe to my channel and listen to our podcasts! I'll give you a follow right back.

  56. Driven Digital Marketing says:

    I want to challange all of those on the fench and doesnt know if they should start a podcast, to go ahead and launch the podcast and presue it with open arms!

  57. Joshua Thomas says:

    I’ve been enjoying the Equivalent Exchange. Great conversation.

  58. Willie Lee Henderson lll says:

    I just started a mma podcast and I'm having so much fun. Cant wait till it's my full time job

  59. Willie Lee Henderson lll says:

    I listen to the Joe Rogan Experience and The Sugar Show. I dabble in a few other ones from time to time

  60. Kwaku Quansah says:

    I listen to The Growing Over Life Podcast, pretty amazing African lifestyle podcast

  61. Diogo Digital says:

    Thanks for all the content @pat flyn! Appreciate all the effort and knowledge shared regularly!

  62. #mostmoto 365 says:

    You are the man! #mostmoto

  63. AskWhyNot230 says:

    I'm listening to "flip it & reverse it" I love it so far!

  64. Messe Joose says:

    you have a podcasting course?

  65. Maximus10 says:

    I love the ground up show

  66. Lucky Romero says:

    The King and The Sting
    Joe Rogan Experience
    This Past Weekend
    Believe You Me

  67. theedgecreativeperth says:

    Scroll through to one minute.

  68. MusicForGoodTV says:

    Thanks, Pat. Always find your videos informative and useful.

  69. 12To Life says:

    I am a young podcaster with daily uploads.

  70. Michael Rauch says:

    Very helpful. I plan to write stories for a podcast storytelling. This is helpful.

  71. Michael Rauch says:

    This gives me hope that my dream will be possible. That i can live on my dreams… I realized that YouTube wasn't for me so podcast storytelling feels perfect. I love this 😍

  72. Brina Nevo says:

    Gotta check out Kat Kerr!

  73. Kathy Lucas says:

    I really enjoyed your podcast. I am getting ready to start a podcast and I would like to chat with you more. Could I email you or find you on Facebook?

  74. Drake Walker says:


  75. Beautifulnells Mcknight says:

    Hey, everyone one happy podcasting!!!😃😃😃. I've started a new podcast check it out @

  76. Fit BMX says:

    I am very dedicated to two podcasts, the first one is "Ologies" which is so good and funny. The second one is new, and it is "The Deep Place." it's about art, creativity, and spirituality. It is super powerful, and will most likely make you cry! LOL
    Love the video, thanks so much!

  77. We Love Libraries says:

    Do a Kickstarter & crush it way #10

  78. Threelly AI says:

    Extraterrestrial Composition 👽 🎶

  79. hotcombpics says:

    Directing Magic Podcast – a podcast featuring femme filmmakers discussing their work and the entertainment business. www.directingmagic.com

  80. Yolanda Rose says:

    thanks for this video…here is a link to my podcast https://itunes.apple.com/za/podcast/digital-marketing-masters-podcast/id1449135029

  81. monicah karanja says:

    I am starting a podcast today!

  82. EButta71 says:

    The FLY Podcast is amazing! A mental health podcast sharing tips on how to FLY-First Love Yourself!

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  83. King Vaith Kumars says:

    Awesome content. But how I make my own link for afflicted marketing? Also should I call shops and other places to make them pay me?

  84. WatchHerWork TV says:

    Do you listen/ promote / feature ANY women podcasters? Are there any women doing a great job in your opinion?

  85. Ariel Facey says:

    How do you get a company to allow you to advertise for them on your podcast? I am just starting my own your videos are super helpful! I just downloaded your cheat sheet!

  86. Cassandra Wilder says:

    Thank you!

  87. Sehyun Jeong says:

    I love how he is advertising all these podcasts lol, if not he is doing one hell of a job giving these podcasts shoutouts.

  88. Jose Bessette says:

    I am so happy .I just received a grant of $40,000 from lutherangrants org.

  89. Jeffery Gibbins says:


  90. Sitender Sehrawat says:

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