Host of the podcast Domain Name Wire, Andrew Alleman is passionate about connecting podcasters with experts, authors, and other podcasters to be guests on their podcasts.
What You'll Learn
What would it be like if you could get in front of thousands, maybe even hundreds of thousands of your ideal potential clients every week? That would be worth something to you, right?
That’s exactly what went through my mind when I thought about starting a podcast. It was also this huge opportunity to talk about what I love and connect with my existing clients.
I’ve had a LOT of questions around podcasting. A number of them have been to do with how you can start your own podcast and whether it’s something worth considering.
The short answer is, yes. It’s definitely worth considering if you want to connect with your audience and if you have a message to share.
Podcasting puts you in front of hundreds, potentially thousands of people every week.
Andrew Allemann talks about starting a podcast
I’m having a blast with this podcast at the moment. I’ve learnt a heck of a lot, but rather than share my journey, I thought it would be best to put someone in front of you who is that much further than me.
Enter Andrew Allemann from Domain Name Wire.
Andrew has a popular podcast about the business of buying and selling domain names. He proves that you can take a topic you’re interested in, even if it’s ultra-niche, and create a following from it.
Today's free cheat sheet
There are lots of great tips that come out on today’s show. Rather than have you sift through making notes, I’ve put together a simple cheat sheet with all the crib notes from my interview with Andrew.
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Special thanks to Andrew Alleman for joining me this episode. Until next time!