Podcasting for introverts is one of my favourite things to talk about, because I think it’s a really great way to showcase our expertise without having to do big, exhausting live events, social media, and speaking. We literally get to sit and have a chat with another person, that then gets shared later on.
When I first started my business, I tried lots of different ways of creating content – like a paid eBook, eCourse, monthly free workshops, and – of course – blogging. But when I started a podcast, I suddenly got to meet, connect with, and have incredible conversations with other wonderful humans (and their audiences too!)
I love podcasting and I think it’s a great format for introverts, so getting to have this conversation with Alesia – a fellow lover of podcasting and founder of her own podcast management agency – I knew it was going to be great!
Listen To The Podcasting For Introverts Episode Here:
In this episode, we chat about:
- Why Alesia loves (and has always loved) podcasting and how she first got into it
- Why podcasting is so great for introverts
- The importance of long form content in your business
- Alesia’s first steps for what to do when you’re starting a podcast
- And so much more!
[00:03:00] Alesia, self-confessed podcast lover starts her own agency.
[00:10:29] Podcasting accessible, but clear message important.
[00:15:00] Podcast strategy is key for success.
[00:24:39] Podcasts are perfect for introverts.
[00:27:48] Long form content adapts to attention span.
[00:31:50] Introverts thrive with one-on-one podcasts.
[00:34:51] “Strategy before launching podcast, avoid market research.”
[00:38:36] Podcasting: easy planning, great connections, benefits.
[00:41:37] “Thanks for listening, visit website for details”
Also mentioned in this episode:
Alesia Galati runs a full-service podcast management company. Meaning you record and her team does the rest. She helps business owners launch and maintain lead-generating podcasts.
She lives in sunny North Carolina with her husband, two small boys, and a rescue pup. When she’s not working, you can find her either hiking, chasing her kids around, or watching the latest Star Wars with her husband.
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