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Top 3 Benefits of Starting a Podcast

As Bluetooth technology has taken off, so has audio content like podcasts because of the ease of access. If you're on the fence about hosting a podcast for your brand or business, take a look at the top three benefits it can bring:



Establishes yourself as an expert


A podcast is a way to reach people outside of your local network and show them that you provide value within your industry. If you have a business, this helps promote your products or services and if you're an individual, it helps solidify your brand.


While plenty of people enjoy blog posts, there's a whole market of individuals who prefer audio content because they can listen to it on their daily commute.


Especially if you're trying to break into news and media, your podcast can actually serve as a valuable part of your portfolio and help you to gain experience, confidence, and grow a following before those opportunities present themselves to you!



Drives website traffic


If your listeners like your podcast, they are likely to explore your other website content and want to learn more about who you are and what you offer. Especially if you're in an industry where you solve a problem that people have, your listeners will go to your website to see what coaching, courses, and freebies might further assist their growth.


With word of mouth, new audience members will search for you on Google so their first experience with you is likely to be your website.


Having a podcast also improves your website's SEO. Just like blog posts, podcasts make it easier for people to find your business or website. This is because Google indexes your individual episodes so that your content appears and ranks when people search for your topic online.



Creates a community


When people listen to your voice on their daily commute or in their free time, they start to feel like they know you. When someone reads a blog post, it's their own internal voice that they hear but when listening to a podcast, your audience will feel like you're speaking directly to them.


And since your podcast will attract other people in your niche, you're expanding your reach and creating a loyal following of people interested in you and your brand.


Example: if you're a teacher and you create a podcast to share classroom management tips, your listeners will be other teachers who relate to your content and are seeking advice for personal growth. Your podcast could lead to teacher coaching and consulting opportunities, digital resource sales, networking, professional advancement, and more.



Overall, a podcast is a great way to increase your brand awareness and propel you towards your goals. With enough consistency and professional quality, you can even start to generate income from your podcast! If you need help getting started or want to outsource your audio editing, book a free consultation to discuss how Prep My Podcast can support your needs.

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