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How to Start a Podcast for Under $100 [Step x Step Guide]

Do you listen to podcasts?  Have you ever thought about what it would take to Start a Podcast of your own?  Do you have a passion that you’d love to go deeper with?  

Would you like to connect with and find new customers for your business?  Maybe you want to share a message with the world?

A podcast is one of the best tools we have for doing all of the above and having a major impact on the world.  Plus it’s totally doable.

The great thing is, podcasting is still in it’s infancy.

There are only 1 million podcasts right now.  and only 25% of those are active podcasts.

this means that the best time to start a podcast is right now.

I’ll be walking you through the steps from having no idea to launching a podcast in just 30 totally doable steps.

If you want some accountability please check out the Start a Podcast 30 Day challenge here.

I’ll be sharing the 30 basic steps along with a resource in each step to get going.

I’ll also share how you can launch an podcast for under $100 and even less.

Let’s get into this!


Table of Contents:

Step 0 – Time Block – Clear Time each Day in your schedule

Step 1 – Choose a Topic

Step 2 – Choose Your Target Listener

Step 3 – Choose a Podcast Title 

Step 4 – Write a Podcast Description 

Step 5 – Create Your Podcast Artwork

Step 6 – Choose a Format for Your Podcast

Step 7 – Get Your Podcast Gear 

(Scroll down below to see more details for each Step)

Step 0 – Clear Time each Day in your schedule

Before we get started I want you to clear some time in your schedule each day over the next 30 or so days for these tasks.

If you need an accountablity buddy, click here and join the 30 day Start a Podcast Challenge and I’ll send you a new email each day for 30 days to keep you going.

The length of time will vary for each step, but make sure to set aside at least 30 minutes to dig into the topic of the day.

“Don’t let Perfection get in the way of Progress.”

Head over to your calendar and time block it so you can work on it each and every day.

If you haven’t listened to my podcast – the Outdoors Online Marketing Podcast,  please click here to listen and subscribe.

I have interviewed some of the biggest podcasters in the world so it’s a great resource.

Reminder as you go – IT DOESN’T HAVE TO BE PERFECT – It’s ok to start ugly as Kris Krimistos has said. You can update, fix, deleted and adjust just about every part of the podcast process later so don’t try to be perfect.

Step 1 – Choose a Topic (Cost:  Free)

Try to find and choose a topic for your podcast that fits something you are passionate about and where you have some expertise in.

3 Tips to think about when choosing a topic:

1. Find your Why – Write down the why or the reason that you are starting a podcast (and it can’t be to make money)

2.  Decide how your podcast is going to be different than the other 1 million podcasts in the world.

Niche down so far it hurts.

3. How do you know if you’ve decided on the right topic for your podcast? Are you super curious about the topic?

Then there you have it. You might have the right topic.

As Eric Nuzum, a big player early on for NPR Podcasts, said in my interview here, you have to be curious about the topic.

Do you get excited knowing you will be doing this for the next year and beyond? Could you do this podcast on your chosen topic for 3 years because you love it that much?

“The Riches are in the Niches” 

-Pat Flynn

Bonus Podcast:  John Lee Dumas from Entrepreneurs on Fire and myself talk about finding the right niche in this episode.

Step 2 – Choose Your Target Listener (Cost:  Free)

Describe your Avatar also known as your target customer.

Who is that one person that your podcast is perfect for. Some people find it helpful to make up an avatar and describe that person in super detail.

JLD describes his process in defining your avatar here

If you have customers now you could find someone you think would love the podcast and create episodes for them.

The idea is that you are creating a show for one person and because you do this it helps make your podcast more engaging and personal.

If there is one person that really loves your show, then there are thousands.

You could also get on the phone with some of your target audience or customers and interview/chat with them about the podcast and how you can guide the content to solve their struggles.

Make sure to put it on paper and reference it often as you are creating your episodes.

When you have a question about a show topic just look back at this sheet and determine if it will really help that person.


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Step 3 – Choose a Podcast Title (Cost:  Free)

Right now it’s one of the main ways that new listeners can find your podcast.

There are lots of thoughts on this but unless you are very well know in your niche or in the world – You want the average person to know what your show is about by reading the Title of the show.

So stay away from titles with unknown or weird names and make sure that your potential listener knows right away what your show is about by reading your Show Title.

Here is a blog post from Buzzsprout that will help clarify more on choosing a Name for your Podcast.

Bonus Resource:  I interviewed the founder of Buzzsprout in this episode. Kevin shared a bunch of great tips on content marketing for your podcast.

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Step 4 – Write a Podcast Description (Cost:  Free)

This is what your new listeners will read after they look at your show title and cover art.

Are podcast description should create a visceral response and get your potential listeners excited. 

Talk about what’s in it for them and why they should choose your podcast over all others?

Here are a few tips from the Podcast Host on creating a description for your podcast.

the podcast host


Step 5 – Create Your Podcast Artwork (Cost:  Free)

You can pay for a nice piece of Artwork and long term that’s what I recommend.  But starting out, canva.com is a great tool fro creating artwork for free. 

So for now, we are going to call this Free!

As you create your artwork there are 4 big requirements that have to be followed or Apple will not accept your art.

4 Artwork Requirments:

1. It has to be a square image at 1400 x 1400 pixels to 3000 x 3000 pixels.

2. Needs to be a .jpg or .png file

3. The color scale should be RGB

4. The file size has to be less than 500 kb in size.

Here’s a basic piece of artwork my 8 year old daughter made for her podcast using Canva:


Bonus Tip: Go to apple podcasts and search for your topic. Take a look at all of the current podcasts that are live.

Now, create a show artwork that looks different than all of those.

Can you create something that pops and stands out?

This will be the first thing potential listeners see when scrolling.

Here’s a blog post from 99 Designs that will help you with your art. 99 Designs is also one of the best resources if you want to pay someone to create your artwork.

You Got this!

Step 6 – Choose a Format for Your Podcast (Cost: 

The format of your show is important to verify before starting your podcast.

Is it a Solo show or do you have guests weekly?

Will you be doing remote interviews?

Will you just be having conversations?

Here’s a blog post from ConvertKit on helping to choose a show format.

Bonus Tip: Regardless of what you choose for format the most important thing is to be consistent. Whether its daily or weekly your listeners will be expecting your show.

So make sure to choose a day and time and post the same each week.

Bonus Resource – I noted the ConvertKit article above. ConverKit is the email software solution I use and I highly recommend. You can see my ConverKit Affiliate Link here where I get a small commission at no extra charge to you if you use any of those products.

Tip  – I talked about podcast artwork and top podcast mistakes to avoid with Rob Walch from Libsyn here.

PPS – You will need a hosting company to store your podcast files. I use Libsyn, who is the oldest and largest in the world. Starting at $5 per month you can get started.

There are free options out there as well but I don’t recommend them. We’ll cover this later.

Step 7 – Get Your Podcast Gear (Cost:  $60)

You can actually do this step for almost zero dollars as well if you have some of the basics like a phone, computer and are recording solo shows.

But here are a few things that you need to get started.

1. Microphone – The Samson Q2U is probably the best Microphone for under $100 (Cost $60)

2. Headphones – Just basic ear buds work or you can upgrade to professional headphones later.

3. Computer – Use what you have now to get started (but as a side note I switched from PC to Mac a number of years ago and never looked back)

4. Remote Interview Recording – I use Skype with Call Recorder for mac. But Squadcast is another great tool for recording guests remotely.

There are other ways to record remotely and tons of other gear you can get later but lets keep it simple for now.

If you want to get started right away go ahead and record into your cell phone for your first podcast.

Many cell phones also have a decent microphone for quick use.

Once you get into podcasting there are other items you can purchase like more expensive mics, a mixer, video equipment and much much more. 

But for right now let’s just get a basic mic and get started.

TiP – A pop filter for your microphone is a solid addition that only costs a few bucks. It decreases the plosives and other annoying audio sounds that quality microphones pickup.

TIP 2 – Make sure to listen to your podcast after it’s all edited and queued up so you can make sure the audio is great. I love downloading the audio file into Overcast.fm so you can listen to it on an app as you would when it’s live.

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Step 8 – Set up Your Podcast Hosting

Just like the need for a hosting company for your website (like hostgator), you need a hosting company for your podcast.

I do want to let you know that free hosting is probably not a great idea for a number of reason which I can fill you in later if needed.

For about $5-$15 per month you can get unlimited file hosting through a few great companies.

I use and recommend Libsyn as noted in a previous email.

Libsyn is the oldest hosting company, has great service and unlimited storage.

Here’s a Libsyn getting started video

If you are interested in checking out my Libsyn affiliate link reply and I’ll send it your way.

Have you connected with me on Twitter? Click here and send me message!

Step 9 – Record Your First Episode

Lets get the first episode out of the way and press record.

If your microphone hasn’t arrived yet just use your cell phone.

But before recording let’s make a quick template for the episode.

Just list some bullets that you want to cover and use that to create an episode.

This could be the “introduce the show” episode where you talk about the show, why you are doing it, who it’s for, the schedule you will be publishing on and any other relevant information to let new listeners know what to expect.

This episode only has to be 5 to 10 minutes in length.

You should be thinking about building buzz for your upcoming podcast launch from here on out.

Is there a way you can craft the episode to build some buzz for the new podcast?

After you record your first episode just hang on and I’ll show you how to do the rest.

Bonus Tip – Here are a few podcasting recording tips from one of my mentors.

Step 10 – Choose a Remote Guest Recording Option

I you are not planning an interview style podcast with guests remotely you can skip this step.

There are 3 great options for recording Remote guests and two of these I use whenever possible.

1. A Double Ender – The Best by far is what’s called a double ender. Where you record your audio directly from your microphone and your guest records their side of the audio directly into their device. This avoids any complications and noise from recording over the internet or via a phone.

(Just have your guest send you the audio file via drop box and you are good to go)

2. Skype with Ecamm Call Recorder – I love using Skype with a 3rd party tool called Ecamm Call Recorder (note only for Mac right now). I also believe that Skype now allows recording on their platform but have not tested this for PC yet.

3. Squadcast – Right now Squadcast is probably the best remote recording software for audio quality behind a double ender. This software records both ends locally and is a very good solution.

There are other options out there but these are some of the best right now and have been for a long time.

Bonus Resource – Here’s JLD’s Take on recording and editing software.

Step 11 – Set up your studio and Test the Audio Quality

The best way to make your life easier during post production when editing your podcast is to make sure you record good audio quality up front.

A big part of this is your studio or the place where you’ll be recording each episode.

There are lot’s of things that can ruin a good audio interview like distracting noises in the background, peaking and distortion, poor internet coverage that clips audio and much more.

The room you use is key and a large echoey room is one of the worst places to record in.

In fact, a closet is probably one of the best. In fact there are a number of big time podcasters that still use a closet including my guest Nick Loper who has a monster podcast at the Side Hustle Show.

I recently heard that Ira Glass also uses a closet studio.

Tip 1: You can get noise dampening foam, put blankets on the wall and many other methods for decreasing the echo but first just try moving your mouth a little closer to the microphone.

(As long as you aren’t peaking (distorting) the audio, this can reduce the room echo big time)

Tip 2: If you do have some issues during your recording there are some programs that can help minimize the issues in post production. Auphonic is one that I have used before and it can remove background noises and hiss in your recroding. It also levels out the audio at 16 Luffs which is recommended as a standard for podcasting.

(More information on Luffs here)

PS – Here’s my episode with Nick Loper who records in his closet (and he’s one of the biggest business podcasters anywhere).

Step 12 – Create Your Voice Over Intro and Outro

A professional voice over intro and outro makes your podcast sound more, well – Professional!

Like many things in podcasting there are 101 ways to do it and the more you test things out the better.

Music Radio Creative is one great resource that helps you find voice over professionals for your podcast.

Tip: Remember to make your intro short and to the point. You want to give them a heads up what’s coming and hook them but get right to the main content.

I like to keep my intro under a couple of minutes if possible but don’t be afraid to make it even quicker.

The faster you hook your listener and give them the content for a quick win the better!!

PS – More on creating a podcast intro here from Buzzsprout.

13 – Create Your Podcast Jingle

There’s something about getting that perfect intro song or jingle. It brings it all together and makes your show stand out from the crowd.

A jingle can help you create a more professional sounding podcast and help hook your new listener.

I have used Audio Jungle in the past for some of my jingles.

Here is a link to another 26 places to find jingles for your podcast.

Go ahead and find a song you like, have a test listen and purchase it so you have it secured.

Bonus Help:  Do you have a podcast or online marketing question I can ask my next guest? Click here and subscribe then send me an email here and let me know of your question.

Step 14 – Choose your audio editing software

There are 2 great free programs to get started and one paid I recommend:

1. Audacity – Free for PC

2. Garage Band – Free for Mac

3. Hindenburg – When you are ready to step up to a paid solution for editing I recommend Hindenburg Journalist.

After choosing your editing software watch a few tutorials online and get started editing the intro episode you created earlier.

Make sure to have some type of a hook at the start to bring in the listeners.

Let them know who you are and what they can expect then introduce the guest and jump into your content.

For the Outro, make sure to have at least one call to action – That could be subscribe to the show, go to my website or follow up on social here.

Tip: Use a plugin for your website called Pretty Links to easily redirect listeners to the right place.

—->> Here’s a beginners guide to pretty links.

Go ahead and get to editing that first podcast and reply back if you have questions.

Bonus Tip: After you edit your podcast and have it ready to publish make sure to listen again on your earbuds to make sure it sounds great. The Overcast App is a great solution where you can download your audio file and listen to it on the go. You have to pay $10 for the year for this option.

Step 15 – Embedd Your ID3 Information into your audio track


You’ll need to add ID3 info to your audio file so when clicked or downloaded your listener will see all of the information like the show title, description, artwork, etc.

There are some hosting companies that will do this for you automatically, so check with them first.

I use a product called: ID3 Editor which costs about $15 to get started.

Here’s a blog post from Daniel J. Lewis on the ID3 process.

You are half-way to launching your Podcast!

Bonus Resource – If you want to ask a question for our next podcast episode, click here and check out the Facebook Group.

Step 16 – Create a Workflow and Podcast Checklist

Before we Publish your first episode (which is going to happen very soon) just remember that it’s easy to get overwhelmed.

Don’t do this.

Instead, create a Step x Step checklist and workflow so each week you can check off items as you go.

I love Trello and use it to assure that every item in the process is checked off before publishing.

Trello also works well if you have a team or others helping your with your production.


Here’s a video that walks you through the workflow in Trello.

Let me know when you get your workflow ready to go.

Glad you are with me!

Podcasts about Podcasting – Here’s a list of some of the great podcast episodes I’ve had so far about podcasting.

Step 17 – Publish Your First Podcast Episode

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It’s time to publish your first episode (even if it’s ugly).

Not feeling totally ready? That’s good!

Just realize that very few people will find this episode early on but it will do two big things:

1. You will get the feel of publishing an episode and get past the first one

2. you will allow apple podcasts and other podcast apps to start indexing your new podcast

(note: Remember that you can always delete this after you have some other higher quality episodes out if you like)

Search for a “how to publish a podcast with ____________ (insert hosting company)”.

I noted Libsyn who is the host I use. Here’s a step x step guide for publishing your first episode with Libsyn.

When you have it published I would love if you can reply back and let me know.

It would be so cool to know I influenced someone to launch a podcast.

Plus, I love checking out new podcasts.

thank you for your persistence and passion!


PS – Check out my Podcast with the Castos founder on the Top 10 Best Practices to Your First 10,000 Podcast Downloads.

Step 18 – Create Your Podcast Website

Long-term you should create your own website that you control and where you publish on.

I use wordpress but other hosting companies like Squarespace are very popular when getting started.

If you don’t currently use wordpress and want a good resource, I recommend WPBeginner.

But since we are fast tracking this podcast you can just use the website that your podcast hosting company creates for you.

As noted before I use and love Libsyn. Here’s how to setup your site through libsyn.

Every time you publish a new podcast episode a website page will automaticlly be created.

Bonus Fishing – Not sure if you’ve checked our other podcast at the Wet Fly Swing. If not click here and have a listen to some of the biggest names in Fly Fishing.

Step 19 – Submit your podcast to Apple Podcasts

Once you have your first intro episode published you can apply to get accepted into Apple podcasts.

This can take from a few hours to a few days to get accepted.

Apple Podcasts is where 60% of your listeners will come from so this is a critical one.

Here’s a Step x Step guide from Castos on submitting to Apple Podcasts

There are a bunch of other directories where you should also submit to. 

Bonus Guide:  Here’s a guide that shows you all of the other key podcast directories to submit to.

So, let’s get er done.

Step 20 – Plan and Schedule 3 Episodes for Launch Week

Launch day comes up fast so let’s do some planning.

I want you to plan on producing 3 episodes to have in the queue.

You will be able to launch these during launch week. Having 3 episodes will give your new listeners more than just one episode to binge on after you launch.

Here is one of our podcasts with Dave Jackson on Launching a Podcast

Let’s pick a launch date. This should be at least 10 days from right now and should be on a weekday. This is because a majority of podcast listens come during the week while people are commuting.

Monday through Thursday are the best days. If you have customers you can ask them.

or just choose one of those days and go for it. Let’s say you have chosen Monday.

Now we will want to schedule one episode to go live on that Monday for launch week.

And I recommend publishing at least one more that week and 2 more if you have time between now and then to publish more.

Make sure to always keep at least a few episodes in the queue.

Reply back and let me know what your launch date is going to be.

Bonus Resource – One big thing you need to have ready to go is your email service provider. I use ConvertKit but you can use whoever you have currently. If you don’t have one then I highly recommend Convert Kit. They are super easy to use and have great service. Plus they are free to get started with.

Step 21 – Build Buzz for Your Launch

Unless you have an audience or email list right now it is going to take some serious work to find listeners for your show.

If you have an email list then we want to prep them for the big launch.

But, if you don’t have a big list no problem.

Here’s what you do if you don’t have an email list.

Start with your own friends, family and community. Let them know what you are doing and of your launch week.

Check in with your facebook friends. Send out an update and give them a heads up.

See if you can collect a few emails from everyone you connect with. This way you can send a direct email on launch day with a link to your show.

There are many other ways to build buzz and we will talk about those.

You can network with others bloggers and podcasters and set up guesting appearances for launch week.

For now, try to come up with 10 strategies for how you are going to build buzz and get listeners during the first week.

I want you to shoot for getting at least 100 people on an email list if you are brand new to email marketing.

Here’s a bonus 3 day email challenge that will get you your first 100 emails.

PS – Reminder: Did you schedule your first email to post on launch week? If you have any questions about Convert Kit please check back with me.

PPS – I had the COO of Convert Kit, Barrett Brooks on the podcast here. Barrett share some killer email marketing tips so check out my podcast with him here.

Step 22 – Set Guesting Episodes with at least 3 other Podcasts

One of the best ways to build buzz and an audience is to be a guest on other podcasts.

See if you can become a guest on at least 3 other podcasts and plan on trying to get those ready for your launch week and month.

There are many ways to find shows but one of the easiest is through a free service like Poddit.net.

Poddit helps you find podcasts that are looking for guests.

If you cannot find any shows there then reply back to this email and I’ll help out.

I would love to work you into the mix in our podcast network.

Podcast Resource – I interviewed Brent from Poddit here and he shared some tips on guesting for other podcasts Plus how to find guests for your show.

Step 23 – Find 5 People Who You’d Like to Be More Like and Connect

There is one truth for sure in the world and that is if you are not always learning you are falling behind.

So you need to find your tribe, your mastermind group, your personal board of directors that will help guide you.

You might have one already. LOL

But for the other 4, Verify who is out there who can be a mentor and help you through your journey.

At a lower level these could just be the 5 podcasts you turn to for questions.

Maybe it’s the 5 leaders in your niche.

Or maybe it’s your 5 closest friends or partners?

Whoever it is, find those people and go all in with them.

And on the flip side, who is bringing you down?

You may have to distance yourself from them if you want to achieve your goals.

Here are some of my favorite Podcasts about Podcasting and Marketing:

1. The Feed by Libsyn

2. Audience by Castos

3. Smart Passive Income by Pat Flynn

4. School of Podcasting by Dave Jackson

5. Social Media Marketing Podcast by Michael Stelzner

What’s your favorite podcast?

PS – Another great way to build your show is to connect with another community. There are many cool podcasting communities but Podcasters Paradise is one that I have been through and walks you through more detail on the steps to grow your show.

Step 24 – List 20 People Who Can Listen and Leave You a Review

Social Proof is critical in business. In order to assure you can get the random listener to check out your show, you need 5 Star Reviews as social proof.

Before launch, prep some friends/family and whoever you know that your show will be launching and you’d love them to listen and leave rating and review.

Make it easy for them. You could publish a separate page or blog post on your site that shows exactly how to leave a rating and review.

Tip – As you start producing episodes make sure to do the occasional call out on your show that you’d like your listeners to leave you a rating and review.

At the end or the beginning just remind your audience where they can go to leave you a rating and review.

Over time you’ll start getting them naturally.

Bonus Resourse – I use My Podcast Reviews which updates you when you get new reviews. The nice thing about this service is it brings in reviews from all countries and allows you to easily share them.

Step 25 – Beyond the Launch

What are you going to be doing each day and week to continue launching and growing your show.

Consistency is the key in podcasting and that includes promoting it.

Let’s develop three things:

1. Your #1 Goal for the next 90 days

2. Your plan to reach that goal in 90 days

3. Your plan to review how it went after 90 days

How do you define success for your show?

Is it a number of downloads per episode?

Is it the number of email leads?

Is it the number of sales you get?

Whatever that is let’s write it down and plan on it.

James Clear has a good blog post on setting goals here.

Reply back and let me know your #1 goal for 90 after your launch day?

PS – I’ve been using the Freedom Journal which is a handy step x step goal planner for then next 100 days.

PPS – Reminder on your email service provider! Let’s make sure to schedule a few emails to go out during launch week so you can get the word out and avoid having to think about that task. I noted Convert Kit before and highly recommend them if you don’t have anyone yet.

Step 26 – Marketing Your Podcast

Marketing, Promoting and Growing you Podcast is one of the biggest struggles for many new podcasters.

There are many different things you can do to promote your show from social media, to guesting to paid ads.

I interviewed Craig Hewitt from Castos here and he described the Top 10 Best Practices for Growing your Podcast

Here are the highlights of that episode:

1. Guesting on other Podcasts

2. Paid Acquisition with Overcast and Others

3. Placement of Your Show in another podcast or a feed drop

4. Online Community – Facebook, Slack, etc

5. Connect with your audience via email

6. Create highly valuable social media assets with Wave

7. Treat your guests well with Calendy and setting up interview

8. After the podcast – bundle quotes and content for your guest to share

9. Understand what your audience wants and create content that need

10. Outreach to blogs, newspapers, magazines and others

One tip that we noted at the start of this – Set up a content schedule and time block it

You can find a Virtial Assistant from FreeUp.net if you need help with this.

PS – Did I mention Trello yet? It has been a game changer for me in making sure all aspects of the podcast are completed.

Step 27 – Choose KPI’s for your Podcast

KPI = Key Performing Indicators

In other words find 3 things you can track to see how well you are doing over time.

What’s working and what’s not working?

We need to track these things.

These could be podcast downloads, visitors to your site, email leads or sales for your product, or any number of things.

Find a few, set some goals and track them over the next 90 days.

After 90 days take a look and see how you are doing.

Is your podcast growing over time?

Are you getting more visitors? leads? sales?

I’d love if you can check back in 90 days and see how it’s going.

Step 28 – Choose a Guerilla Marketing Tactic

When you are first launching your podcast you need all of the help you can find.

If you don’t have a ton of money for paid ads and marketing then it can be a struggle.

But, there are some tactics that I’ve found work on little to know ad budget.

Make sure you have a list of people including friends, family and anyone else that you have connected with recently to help nudge the algorithm as Nick Loper said in this podcast.

You need a whole lotta people during the first week to turn out and listen, download and share your new podcast so you can tell Apple that you are all that.

A few places to find old friends:

1. Check your Gmail for past contacts you’ve chatted with (look back over the years)

2. Look up all of your facebook friends

3. Connect to Podcast Facebook Groups

Nick Loper from the Side Hustle Podcast was my guest here and talked about nudging and growing your thing online.

4. Your Email List – I’ve talked about this before but you should have every person on your list aware and ready for launch week.

I appreciate you and your persistence.

We are circling third base and heading for home.

Step 29 – Review and Prepare for Launch Week

Are you all ready to roll for the big launch week?

You should have at least one podcast scheduled and ready to go.

But preferably you have 2 or 3 ready and scheduled for launch week.

Do we have all of your launch team lined out?

Do you have an email scheduled and ready to go? If you are launching with multiple episodes this week then you can schedule multiple emails to your list?

Don’t worry if your list is small. Hopefully you have at least 100 emails to get started with.

Have you created a step x step list with Trello?

Let’s review everything we talked about and create that final check list for launch week.

I want you to be able to sick back and enjoy the big week. Let’s get this going!

I’m am totally pumped for the big week.

PS – Send me an email and let me know the exact date that your show launches. I will make sure to give you a big shoutout on the Wet Fly Swing Podcast and the Outdoors Online Marketing Podcast!

Step 30 – Launch Day

I am so happy that the day has finally come.

The podcasting world has changed my life and I am so happy you have jumped in with me.

You should have most of your content scheduled for launch week and can now just work on making sure it all goest down smooth.

Remember also that the launch is important but more important is after the launch.

What will you be doing over the next year and longer to make your show a success?

If you are interested in joining our podcast Growth and Monetization Community reply to this email and let me know.

As you continue to grow your show I’d like to hear how it goes.

Please update me periodically and let me know how it’s all going.

If you ever feel like you run out of time or feel like quitting just give me a call (503-528-6362).

Send me a text or whatever. I have other podcast production services that may help out.

Editing and other tasks that I may be able to take off your plate.

Thanks again for being amazing and completing the 30 day Start a Podcast Challenge.

I may have a bonus for you tomorrow.



There you go.  30 Steps to launch your next big passion into the world.  Podcasting has changed my life and allowed me to connect with some of the greatest people and biggest names in my respective niche.

I’d like to hear how it went, how it’s going and your plans for creating your new podcast.  Please check out my podcast at Outdoors Online Marketing for more tips and tricks on podcasting, email marketing and social media.

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