Podcasting 101: Leveraging your Expertise to Grow your Practice

Podcasting 101: Leveraging your Expertise to Grow your Practice

February 04, 2022

Everyone's got a podcast nowadays, right? Well, everyone but you, that is. 
You have an expertise your local community needs to know about and a business you could promote easier by making it more accessible to the public, but you just can't wrap your head around getting it started? 
In this webinar, we break down the process of getting a podcast started from square one and walk you through how to develop your ideas, where to go, what to buy, and what to do before you even think about posting that first episode.
Join us on Tuesday, February 22nd at 2pm EST and learn:
  • How to take your idea for a podcast and turn it into something that can be published.
  • The terminology and specificities of recording a podcast and distributing it to an audience.
  • Helpful advice from a longtime host and producer of what to do and what not to do during this process.

 

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About Marissa McCool:

Marissa McCool is a podcast host, editor, and producer, as well as being an author, semipro women's football player, photographer, and performer. She's a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and Augsburg University. She's been hosting podcasts since 2016 and has posted over 550 episodes of content in that time, including two shows that have gone over 200 episodes respectively.

She started being a producer and editor in 2017 when she got so many inquiries about how to start a podcast that she decided to start helping people get their ideas off the ground and streamline the process. She's hosted podcasts on everything from current events to audio feature length plays, and has interviewed guests such as Noam Chomsky, Chris Kluwe, Kathy Demarco Van Cleve, Meta Mazaj, Dr. Melissa MacDonald, and many other recognizable names in their respective fields. 



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