If You’re a Therapist Who Loves to Talk about Massage, You Should Read This
Ever thought about sharing your massage expertise, but don’t feel like becoming an instructor?
Do you know a lot of interesting massage professionals who you would enjoy discussing new developments in the massage field with?
Do you listen to NPR or talk radio and sometimes think to yourself, “Gee, I could do that??”
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, podcasting might be for you.
A podcast is a digital audio file that’s been uploaded to the web. It can be downloaded to your computer or your mobile device. Often podcasts are recorded as a series, and once you’ve subscribed to them you’ll immediately receive the new installments.
At Massage Podcast you’ll find dozens of podcasts on related subjects. Click the RSS icon at the top to get a selection of shows and subscribe.
Read this blog from some podcasting experts about the format, and how you can use it to both educate others and grow your brand.
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“Podcasting, both appearing on them and producing your own, is a solid small business marketing tactic and I’ve been trying to spread that word for many years.
My guest for this week’s episode of the Duct Tape Marketing Podcast is Rob Greenlee. He is a podcaster and the Head of Content at Spreaker, a podcast publishing platform. He and I discuss, you guessed it, podcasting.
Questions I ask Rob Greenlee:
- Why has podcasting gotten so big?
- What are some ways you’ve seen people use podcasting to enhance their businesses?
- What tools do you need to podcast successfully?
What you’ll learn if you give a listen:
- How podcasting can lead to connections and relationships you wouldn’t otherwise have
- Where podcasting falls into the marketing mix
- How to do podcasting right”
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