The Advantages of A Podcast & How To Get Started

Join your host Giuseppe Grammatico and his guest, Jake Anderson, as they speak on how he went about making the podcast management system that ultimately worked for him and will definitely work for others as well.

In this episode, Jake talks about the three pillars of podcast management and on what business and whom should start getting into podcasting. Naturally, many first-timers find it overwhelming to start a podcast with all the production processes and relations that need to take place. To beat that, Jake believes that technicalities shouldn’t be the central focus. Instead, he treats podcasting as a medium that creates and documents discussions and exchanges of thoughts between people.

In this episode you will learn:

  • On building systems and cultivating relationships. 
  • Who should consider podcasting?
  • The many ways to track your content’s movement.
  • Creating, breaking, and fixing a plug-in-play tool for podcast management.
  • “Being a product of your product.”

About Jake Anderson:

Jake Anderson is an award-winning entrepreneur with more than 10 years experience in building startups. Today, Jake’s mission focuses on helping entrepreneur podcasters develop in-house podcast management systems using his TriPod Method – which systemizes the three pillars of Podcast Management; booking, production, and marketing. Jake is also the host of The Introspective Podcast, a Top 100 podcast on Apple that speaks on the topics of lifestyle design, business strategy, and mindful entrepreneurship.

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