You spend hours researching, recording, editing, and publishing every single podcast episode you create. Your audience loves your content, but wouldn’t it be nice to reach even more people with your message?
One podcast episode can create content that can be used across multiple different channels, keeping your audience filled with engaging content while finding new listeners. Venese Lau, host of Your Entrepreneur Resources podcast, is a pro at repurposing her podcast and is here to share the secrets to her method. Let’s dive in!
In this episode:
- [7:10] As a podcast host, how to allow your guest to shine while also contributing thoughtfully to the subject yourself
- [11:09] Venese’s system for repurposing a podcast episode to create more visibility
- [13:26] Guidelines for repurposing old evergreen content
- [17:44] Expanding your visibility through live social media events
- [22:25] The platforms and screening methods to find the most compatible guests for your podcast
- [24:28] Using Clubhouse to repurpose your podcast content
- [30:10] How to increase the likelihood that your guest will share their episode with their audience
As an entrepreneur with over 7 years of experience, Venese has worked with countless companies, NGO’s, influencers, celebrities and government.
She has self-published multiple books and made it on multiple Amazon Bestseller lists! Now, Venese wants to help you remove all of the confusions and overwhelm, saving you time and money by giving you everything you need to fast track your online business success!
Connect with Venese
- Venese’s Website
- Your Entrepreneur Resources Podcast
- Follow @yourentrepreneurresources on Facebook
- Follow @yourentrepreneurresources on Instagram
Want to save even more time when creating your podcast?
Repurposing your podcast is one of the best ways to save time and get more mileage from your episodes, but there’s even more you can do to cut down production time.
In tomorrow’s episode, I’m going to be sharing four other productivity hacks I’ve learned since starting my podcast journey, which saves me hours of time every week. Listen to the episode here.