In this podcast episode, we debunk the most common myths about starting your own podcast such as:
—> You need a pre-existing audience in order to launch a successful show
—> You need to spend a lot on marketing (and you need to spend it now!)
—> It’s too late to start your own podcast
Our guest’s story goes against all of these widely-held beliefs. How?
Part of it has to do with a different crowdfunding style called subscription-based crowdfunding.
You’re going to discover the rest on today’s show!
We’re privileged to have creator Allison Gill share how she started a wildly successful podcast that mixes news, politics, and comedy.
She launched her first podcast without any previous following and without spending a dime on marketing, and built an amazing community in less than 6 months!
In this episode of Crowdfunding Demystified, you’ll hear Salvador Briggman and Allison talk about how she achieved all of that, the dos and don’ts, and how you can use crowdfunding to turn your passion project into a full-time job!
You’re going to get the inside scoop on what a successful podcast monetization strategy looks like and whether subscription-based crowdfunding platforms like Patreon are the right option for you.
If you are looking into starting your own podcast or growing your existing show, this is an episode you don’t want to miss.
Hope you enjoy it! And if you do, please leave us a positive review on iTunes!
Resources and Tools Mentioned on the Show
- Book a Coaching Call
- Free Patreon Course
- Fulfillrite: Kickstarter and crowdfunding reward fulfillment services. They come highly recommended! Download their free shipping an
- Cleanup on Aisle 45 Patreon
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