Do you want to position yourself as a thought leader in your niche? Listen as podcasting guru, Cliff Ravenscraft, shares his proven, smart and savvy practical tips and tricks to make a strong influence with the power of podcasts.
Cliff Ravenscraft began podcasting as a hobby in 2005, and a year later he launched podcastanswerman.com, where he’s since helped tens of thousands of individuals and organizations successfully launch a podcast through one-on-one coaching and online courses.
If you were to look at the top hundred podcasts in the business category of iTunes, more than 50 of these shows were created by clients who have been trained by Cliff. Today, Cliff focuses on his role as a business and life coach. He mentors coaches, consultants, and thought leaders through the transition from their unfulfilling day job to their own responsible and profitable online business so they can live the life of their dreams and do the work they feel most called to do in this world.
In this week’s powerful podcast episode “How To Make a Strong Influence with the Power of Podcasts” you will discover …
- Proven ways to use the of power of podcasts to create momentum for your expertise
- How to build your influence as a thought leader
- How to use your voice to communicate value to your target audience
- The dos and don’ts of monetizing podcasts
- How to find your target audience’s greatest pains and frustrations
- Top mistakes to avoid when using the power of podcasts to create influence
- And much, much more…
This episode features practical tools and techniques to help listeners who want to market a book. It provides invaluable and powerful information listeners will want to know to supercharge a book marketing strategy.
Listen to this week’s interview and discover how to get you and your book noticed and your voice heard in a crowded marketplace.
Here’s how to connect with Cliff to find out more about his services
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