LWC 33: How To Use A Podcast To Grow Your Brand | Jeremy Slate

Jeremy Ryan Slate is the founder of the Create Your Own Life Podcast, which studies the highest performers in the world. He studied literature at Oxford University and is a former champion powerlifter turned new media entrepreneur. Specializes in using podcasting and new media to create celebrity and was ranked #1 in iTunes New and Noteworthy and #1 in the business category, as well as ranked # 78 in the iTunes Top 100.

Jeremy was named one of the top 26 podcasts for entrepreneurs to listen to in 2017 + 18 by CIO Magazine, top podcast to listen to by INC Magazine in 2019 and Millennial Influencer to follow in 2018 by Buzzfeed.  The Create Your Own Life Podcast has been downloaded over 2.5 million times. He’s also a featured writer for Influencive and Business.com, as well as contributing editor of New Theory Magazine and Grit Daily. After his success in podcasting, Jeremy Slate and his wife, Brielle Slate, founded Command Your Brand Media to help entrepreneurs get their message out by appearing as guests on podcasts and to help podcasters be more profitable.

Tweets:

 

“Don’t have the false idea that you’re gonna start this podcast and you’re just gonna make the ‘magical-internet-podcast-money.’” – Jeremy Slate // Life Worth Chasing Podcast // Tweet This!

 

“Figure out what makes you different and who you want to help.” – Jeremy Slate // Life Worth Chasing Podcast // Tweet This!

 

“Think big right out of the gate.” – Jeremy Slate // Life Worth Chasing Podcast // Tweet This!

 

Takeaways and Key Topics:

 

  • Figure out what makes you different and who you want to help
  • Your podcast needs to be part of a bigger thing that you’re doing
  • First and foremost, differentiate
  • Think big right out of the gate
  • Write out Top 100 Interview Guests Goals
  • Your podcast should either build a network or support your business or both
  • Podcast is a content engine, use it that way
  • Use Krisp.ai
  • Use Libsyn
  • Ensure your website is solid
  • Have good graphic design

 

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