Over the last 8 years I have produced a podcast and it has played an instrumental role in marketing my business and attracting clients.
As a content creator, you're likely no stranger to the power of podcasts, but have you ever wondered how to turn your passion for podcasting into a source of income?
Today, I want to share with you a conversation I had with Mike Kadin, founder and CEO of RedCircle, a podcast platform that helps podcasters turn their hobby into a business.
In this podcast episode, Mike & I discuss the importance of knowing your audience, setting clear goals, and leveraging various monetization methods, from advertising and sponsorships to listener support and subscriptions.
Whether you're a seasoned podcaster or considering starting your own show, this episode offers valuable insights into maximizing your podcast's potential.
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Mike is a self-taught software engineer, who learned to code for the web so that he could speed up his workflow as a high school teacher. After building software for educational institutions and non-profits, he spent 5 years at Uber building out all of Uber's engineering infrastructure for messaging and marketing.
As a lifelong creator, Mike founded RedCircle because he discovered how hard it was for podcasters with thousands of fans to earn money for their art. With venture-backing from top Silicon Valley VCs, and an amazing 11-person team in San Francisco, RedCircle is excited to be delivering tremendous revenue for thousands of podcasters around the world.