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  1. Jess & Elsie QA and Podhive Coaching Call
    11-22-21- Elsie's QA- It is that time of year again...content strategy for the holidays!
  2. 11-18-21- Traci's Coaching Call- Interns and other podcast support, networks and opportunities to monetize.
  3. 11-16-21- Jess's QA- Editing shortcuts, introducing yourself to listeners, and what to talk about in your podcast.
  4. 11-11-21- Traci's Coaching Call- testimonials and guesting on podcasts.
  5. 11-08-21- Elsie's QA- Sponsorship and advertising.
  6. 11-04-21- Traci's Coaching Call- Wins! Niching and rebranding.
  7. 11-02-21- Jess' QA- Marketing and social media
  8. 10-28-21- Traci's Coaching Call- A blast from the past and getting high profile guests.
  9. 10-21-21- Traci's Coaching Call - SPL wins and re-purposing content!
  10. 10/07/21- Traci's Coaching Call- Guest rapport, growth strategies, & setting boundaries
  11. 09/30/21- Traci’s Coaching Call- social media wins, mistakes happen, and group referrals
  12. 09/28/21- Elsie's QA- It’s the headphone episode!
  13. 09-16-21- Traci's Coaching Call- Member launches, tracking stats, and many wins!
  14. 09-14-21- Elise's QA- Artwork, downloads, and sponsorship
  15. 09-09-21- Traci's Coaching Call- talking tools of inspiration, and ways we do our best thinking
  16. 09-02-21- Traci's Coaching Call- Launches, Show Descriptions and International Podcast Day!
  17. 08-31-21- Elsie's QA- Big Elsie Thoughts on all the shoulds of podcasting.
  18. 08-26-21- Traci's Coaching Call- Tips to avoid podfade, rebranding, and launch
  19. 08-24-21- Jess' QA- Closet clean out, partnership and networks, and more fun parties planned for SPL
  20. 08-19-21- Traci's Coaching Call- Connection and community, terms of service, and Apple Podcasts
  21. 08-17-21- Elsie's QA- Content warnings, "my story" suggestions and more
  22. 08-12-21- Traci's Coaching Call- Finding your visibility and working your network.
  23. 08-10-21- Jess QA- Jessica summarizes her experience at Podcast Movement and live events in 2021.
  24. 08-04-21- Elsie QA! Elsie’s hacks
  25. 07-29-21- Traci's Coaching Call- Trademarks, growing your audience, and podcast planning
  26. 07-27-21- Jess QA- Launch checklists, social media trends, and live events
  27. 07-22-21- Traci’s Coaching Call- Finding support in your community and summer break!
  28. 07-20-21- Elsie's QA- A lot of talk about lifestyle, including ADHD, crippling anxiety and hormones
  29. 07-15-21- Traci's Coaching Call- SEO and URLs, time management and starting where you are.
  30. 07-13-21- Jess- talks social media and the group shares their excitement for SPL
  31. 07-08-21- Traci's Coaching Call- PR tips and pitching yourself, collaborations, and great SEO tips
  32. 07-06-21- Elsie QA- Elsie talks audacity and alternatives. Link to News Your Can Use from the FB LIVE!
  33. 07-01-21- Traci's Coaching Call- Self-care tips, maximizing LinkedIn, and terms and agreements
  34. 06-29-21- Jess' QA- Naming your podcast, workflows and SPL
  35. 06-24-21- Traci's Coaching Call- Celebrating wins, branding online
  36. 06-22-21- Elsie- Elsie talks faux pas, burn out, remote interviews, and Zoom fatigue
  37. 06-17-21- Traci's Coaching Call- Branding, support, making your podcast searchable, release dates
  38. 06-15-21- Jess- Release schedules, branding dilemmas, and taglines.
  39. 06-10-21- Traci's Coaching Call- Support and wins, rebranding and branding strategy
  40. 06-08-21- Elsie's QA- Is a listen the same as a download?, the benefit of third party podcast services, and finding the right people
  41. 06-03-21- Traci's Coaching Call- Taking a break between episodes
  42. 06-01-21- Jess- Membership sites, content calendar, and super-secret birthday surprizes.
  43. 05-27-21- Traci's Coaching Call- Members share their wins, talks about setting your podcast up for success and how to preserve your energy while launching.
  44. 05-25-21- Elsie's QA- Talks; bugs with the new Apple update, keeping it authentic, and website integrations
  45. 05-20-21- Traci's Coaching Call- Talks about editing and interviews
  46. 05-13-21- Traci's Coaching Call- Traci answers questions about the Spotify + Apple Podcasts subscriptions among other things
  47. 05-11-21- Elsie's QA- A question about Apple Podcasts artwork not showing up and a super deep into Elsie's own productivity journey
  48. 04-05-21- Jess' QA - Podcast sponsorships, audience engagement, podcast hosts and community input.
  49. 04-29-21- Traci's Coaching Call- Rapid fire information- prepare for 1.5hr call next week, marketing and challenges that podcasters face.
  50. 04-27-21- Elsie's QA- New Apple Podcasts and Spotify subscription announcements!
  51. 04-22-21- Traci's Coaching Call- Relationships with co-hosts, difficult conversations and member support
  52. 04-15-21- Traci's Coaching Call- Clubhouse, self care, and new opportunities
  53. 04-13-21 - Elsie - Content for premium podcasts and expectations around $$
  54. 04-08-21 - Traci's Coaching Call- Fears around perfectionism and podcasting to publishing
  55. 04-01-21 - Traci's Coaching Call- Email lists, social media marketing, and trying new things
  56. 3-31-21 - Elsie - Rebranding, posting to YouTube, and marketing to your subscribers
  57. 3-25-21 - Traci's Coaching Call- Workflows and marketing strategies
  58. 3-23-21- Jess – Design talk, rebranding, consulting and monetization
  59. 03-18-21- Traci’s Coaching Call- Workflow Tips
  60. 03-16-21- Elsie - A walkthrough of the upcoming iOS 14.5 Apple Podcasts changes & Why artwork is even more important now
  61. 03-11-21 - Traci's Coaching Call- All about sponsorships
  62. 03-09-21 - Jessica - How much data is too much?
  63. 03-04-21 - Traci's Coaching Call
  64. 03-02-21 - Elsie- Engagement, Early Release & Adult Content
  65. 02-23-21 - Jessica- Talking Engagement in your Niche
  66. 02-18-21 - Traci's Coaching call
  67. 02-16-21 - Elsie's QA testing out Run The World
  68. 02-11-21 - Traci's Coaching call
  69. 02-09-21- Jessica- Media Kits, Website Links
  70. 02-04-21 - Traci's Coaching call
  71. 02-02-21 - Elsie
  72. 1-26-21 - Jessica
  73. 01-21-21 - Traci's Coaching call
  74. 01-19-21 - Elsie
  75. 01-12-21- Jessica
  76. 01-07-21 - Traci's Coaching Call
  77. 12-22-20- Elsie QA- Planning for 2021
  78. 12-17-20 - Traci's Coaching Call
  79. 12-15-20 - Elsie
  80. 12-01-20 – Elsie
  81. 11-19-20- Traci Coaching Call
  82. 11-17-20 - Elsie
  83. 11-12-20- Traci Coaching Call
  84. 11-10-20 - Jessica
  85. 11-05-20- Traci's Coaching Call
  86. 11-03-20 - Elsie
  87. 10-27-20 - Jessica
  88. 10-17-20 - Elsie
  89. 10-12-20 - Jessica
  90. 10-06-20 - Elsie
  91. 09-29-20 - Jessica
  92. 09-22-20 - Elsie
  93. 09-14-20 - Jessica
  94. 09-08-20 - Elsie
  95. 09-01-20 - Jessica
  96. 08-01-20 - Elsie
  97. Special Jess & Elsie QA!
  98. 07-11-20 - Elsie
  99. 06-23-20 - Jessica
  100. 06-15-20 - Elsie
  101. 06-9-20 - Jessica
  102. 06-02-20 - Elsie
  103. 05-28-20 - Jessica
  104. 05-20-20 - Elsie
  105. 05-12-20 - Jessica
  106. 05-05-20 - Elsie
  107. 04-28-20 - Jessica
  108. 04-21-20 - Elsie
  109. 04-14-20 - Jessica
  110. 04-07-20 - Elsie
  111. 03-31-20 - Jessica
  112. 03-30-20 - Elsie
  113. 03-24-20 - Elsie
  114. 03-17-20 - Jessica
  115. 02-25-20 - Elsie
  116. 02-18-20 - Elsie
  117. 02-11-20 - (Take 1) - Jessica
  118. 02-11-20 - (Take 2) - Jessica
  119. 02-11-20 - Jessica
  120. 02-04-20 - Elsie
  121. 01-28-20 - Jessica
  122. 01-21-20 - Elsie
  123. 01-14-20 - Jessica
  124. 12-19-19 - Elsie
  125. 12-17-19 - Jessica
  126. 12-3-19 - Jessica
  127. 11-26-19 - Elsie
  128. 11-12-19 - Elsie
  129. 11-09-19 - Jessica
  130. 11-09-19 - Take 2 - Jessica
  131. 11-7-18 - Jessica
  132. 11-5-19 - Jessica
  133. 10-29-19 - Elsie
  134. 9-24-19 - Elsie
  135. 9-17-19 - Elsie
  136. 9-11-19 - Jessica
  137. 9-3-19 - Elsie
  138. 8-27-19 - Jessica
  139. 8-20-19 - Elsie
  140. 8-7-19 - Jessica
  141. 7-16-19 - Elsie
  142. 7-11-19 - Jessica
  143. 7-3-19 - Elsie
  144. 6-28-19 - Jessica
  145. 6-28-19 - Elsie
  146. 6-11-19 - Jessica
  147. 5-28-19 - Jessica
  148. 5-23-19 - Elsie
  149. 5-14-19 - Jessica
  150. 5-9-19 - Elsie - Podfund Discussion
  151. 5-7-19 - Elsie
  152. 4-30-19 - Jessica
  153. 4-16-19 - Jessica
  154. 3-19-19 - Jessica
  155. 2-19-19 - Jessica
  156. 2-5-19 - Jessica
  157. 9-27-18 - Jessica
  158. 9-20-18 - Jessica
Lesson 9 of 158

10-21-21- Traci’s Coaching Call – SPL wins and re-purposing content!

Transcript:

Where we introduced this weekly call to so many super squad people that I can’t wait to see who ultimately ends up starting to take advantage of this call is part of their membership, but they didn’t realize. So because everybody that came up to the, a lot of negativity, but a lot of people that came up to the booth that she podcasts was like, oh, We would say, are you a member of this super squad?

And they would say yes. And I was like, you get this all.

Um, okay. Um, I’m, they’re excited to be here as sad as I was to miss last week, I. Couldn’t have spent my time in a better way than we did. Um, and oh my gosh, you’re wearing a t-shirt.

Um, that was another benefit of being in person. There were a few pod have t-shirts handed out. Um, so anyway, it’s great to be back together. I’m happy to share some thoughts around she podcast as we go through the call, but really want to spend our time connecting here in this farm, especially for those who were only available on.

Um, available to be on the virtual platform. I’ve really appreciated all the positive feedback I got on my presentation from the virtual pizza, as well as the people that were in person and just excited to see some new faces on this call as well. So let’s start it off with some wins. I think my win I’ll just share was that being able to introduce the benefits of pod half to our already existing.

She’s podcast, super squad. Say that five times really fast about how this is a benefit was a win for me, because it was just really fun to be able to share the program with everybody. And obviously very excited to be back here in our forum, from zoom to the room and back from the room to the zoo. How about that?

You don’t have to laugh. It really wasn’t that funny.

Hey, Tracy out. I’ll jump in. Cause I’ve actually got to leave really fast to go to another meeting. You just got to drop your win and go. That’s fine. I’m dipping out on a, a leadership meeting that I’m supposed to be like presenting it. I’m thinking. Okay. I’m gonna be a few minutes late. Okay. Jumping in girl.

And I’m so disappointed. I don’t see Jacquelyn here. So I just, my wind is that, um, I did a podcast episode with Jacquelyn. I mean, she was my guest on my podcast and, um, and it aired last Tuesday and, uh, it was great because she got a chance to talk about her public health background, which we didn’t know that about each other.

When we met here. Just about podcasting. And then we found out that we had such, you know, incredible public health crossover there. So she reached out to me and said, I think I might be a good guest for your podcast. So I brought her on and, um, I was just wanting to like, I’m going to have to save it for.

When she is here, but I’ve gotten so much feedback from people. Who’ve heard her talk. She came on, talk about burnout, and she talked about her business. She talked about her journey into public health and then kind of, we just connected it to what she’s doing now, and then put some attention on her podcast.

And a lot of people were just re had been writing to me and talking about how much they think. The conversation and, and so glad that she’s, you know, things that she raised, the things she talked about and they resonated her story. I’ve gotten some really good when people go into my DNS and give me details on like what they like about stuff.

So I was really, I hate that she’s not here, but, um, you are so totally allowed to share it again when she is here, because that is amazing. What I love about what you’re saying outside of the obvious with connecting with someone else in this forum and having them guests and having the synergy of the background is the amount of interaction that you’re getting from your audience on your show like that.

I mean, I mean, like I said, that’s such a great win. Outside of the other wins is that you have that level of interaction that people were moved enough by that, by that episode and by your podcast to take their time to actually message you and give you that positive feedback. Like that’s amazing. Yeah, I was, it was, it just felt good to just, I mean, to have the conversation and then not just kept remembering like, well, we met on such kind of random circumstances.

Not that anything’s random, but, um, but it was. It was just sort of on such a metal level, that it was just a great conversation. And even before, like I’m coaching her the way I do my guests, I’m like, okay. Talk about where, where you want to go with your business. You don’t have to just talk about, you know, the work that you’re doing, grant writing.

You’re not excited about that. That’s just what you’re doing. So talk about how you want to, you know, what you want to do with your podcasts. We were doing this quickly before we hit record. So she talked about, you know, where she was, where she came from and kind of used that her own story in real time and transitioned it into talking more about.

What she’s doing with her podcasts and where she helps to go with that. Um, and so I just kind of like put all the spotlight on her and like, cause fan girling and just like extra takeaways at the end. And, um, you know, did like the little geeky start to tease it. Cause I’m, you know, we’re researchers in a sense she’s the most, you know, research active or the most cited researcher or something like that because I knew that will get their attention.

So I started with that, but we wrapped it up with. Go listen to her pocket and the chat you’ve already, you already have a fan. Who’s listened to the episode. Tommy’s already listened to the episode. And she said it was great. And yes, definitely. Maybe Jacqueline will be watching the recording, but it’s not, like I said, you’re so welcomed any.

When and restate away, it’s totally fine. We’ll bring it back so she could enjoy it. Well, when she’s here. So next time when she’s here, I’ll be prepared to read the actual tests. The testimonials I got back in about her. So I’ll read that one. Oh my gosh. Even better. And so one of the things that I talked about from the stage, and I’ve also talked about.

Is that creating those testimonial tiles for your podcast and sharing those out on social media are so important in a lot of people think that if they don’t get an actual review on apple podcasts, for example, that they don’t have a testimonial, but when you get messages like that from your audience, that is absolutely a testimonial.

So just create a graphic, put five stars across it, but take the quote of the feedback that you got in. First initial, last name or just two initials. And, um, and then the cover art of your show itself and create that graphic. And, um, in Sammy, if you want to look and pull one up from one of our clients, we can actually screen share and show like an actual example of what we’ve done for a couple of our clients and utilize that positive feedback where someone sends you a text message.

If they send you a DM. Email you, um, those are testimonials that you can utilize and you don’t necessarily need the permission for them if you are just using their initials. So, um, so that, cause I know that can bottleneck things sometimes. I mean, if you feel most comfortable reaching out for permission to put it out there, I think that’s always best.

But if you’re just wanting to put, um, some quite positive testimonial type graphics on your social. Just put their initials. And I mean, they’re obviously saying really good things about you. So I wouldn’t think they would have an issue with that, but, um, but all that being said, you do not have to wait to get these reviews showing up on apple in order to post positive things about your podcast.

So thanks for the win and the teachable moment. And, uh, I’m so glad you’re here and wish you could stay for the whole thing, but we always will. We’ll soak up any second of Charlotte. We can get.

All right. I say, I do see some new faces on the call and what we love is when we have new people join us, is if you’re comfortable to just introduce yourself the name of your podcast. And of course, we’re funny this way, we always like to hear something interesting about you that other people may just not know.

So that helps us bond on. Been on a deeper level and it doesn’t have to, it can be funny. It can be funny or not funny, but we just love to get to know you a little bit better. So if you are comfortable in your new, this is your first time or you haven’t been here in a while then, uh, jump in and, and meet and greet with us at your leisure.

Okay. So who else would like to share? When I feel like I just want to say for myself too, that now I’m on Pacific time and it wouldn’t seem like that would be that big of a deal, but one hour makes a big deal for me. So I’m a little on. Just having my coffee kicking moment, even though I’ve been up since 6:00 AM I still, literally physically don’t mentally wake up usually until 10, which is 10 right now.

So I’ve been awake and functioning for four hours, but not talking to other humans except for my poor husband who knows. To use minimal work. So, all right. I have something to share. If I may, I think I’m here. I think I’m feeling a big wind come in. Okay. First of all, some of you know, what this refers to, oh, I feel when coming on to, I feel, when did you reach for yours?

I just got my water bottle, but you and your head and your, when I think I know what to do. Oh my gosh. I could, I have put on makeup or at least been presentable for it’s like, anyway, so first of all, when’s our meeting. Several of you. Oh my gosh. To meet you Tracy in person, Sandy, Clara’s not here. Um, everybody else, your team, uh, Tracy, my wonderful cushy t-shirt it’s finally raining here in, in, um, Northern California.

Finally. Finally, finally, we desperately need a rain. That’s a win. You’re wonderful. Speech was fantastic. Uh, the great pearls of wisdom, uh, Lauren, everybody, if I’m missing people who big hug to everybody who was there and who wasn’t there, we wish you could have all been here. We just talked about those who weren’t now anyway, seriously, the nicest way was all loved, such love that came out of that.

Um, so I said, Massive amounts of, of great energy and information. And I, I was coming back going, oh my gosh. One of the things that really stood out for me was, you know, the five minutes of the first five minutes of your show is the most important real estate. And I’m thinking, oh my gosh, I need to make changes, et cetera, et cetera, et cetera.

You know, my story I started in June of last year, took four months off from. Personal stuff, which by the way, this is another thing that I learned. It’s like life happens and embrace it, embrace it, tell your audience, and don’t apologize for it because it just happens and how much our voice each and every one of us, our voice matters.

And that, that’s the other thing that struck me. It’s like, whenever your messages, there’s an audience in someone who needs to hear it. The very first personal message. I. After coming home and playing planes were delayed. I think they were for everybody. But, um, I don’t know how many of you can I share my screen?

Is that okay? I don’t know if you’re familiar with the society of voice arts and sciences, but otherwise known as Silvis, uh, they were created to recognize excellence in voice talent, whether it’s, uh, in. You know, voiceover for audio books for commercials for promos several years ago, they added a podcasting category and I just sure all throw my hat in the ring.

And if you knew that people who submitted for this, the likelihood of this little engine getting nominated was like, if, if I didn’t believe there was one fraction of a. I obviously wouldn’t have submitted, but it was a, it was a pipe dream. It was on a bucket list. I have actually put that in my journal that I am a service arts nominee.

Um, so if I may share my screen, did you do it well, I’ll share two things. Um, okay, so there you go. I. Monday morning to the, uh, fellow nominee. Writing me and saying congratulations. And I’m like for what? And they said you have been nominated, your podcast has been nominated for a syllabus. And to say that I cried snot tears.

Let me just say this on tape. Forgive me oversharing. Um, I, um, now how do I stop here? Okay. Stop here. So that’s my.

Mark it off now. So I think, oh my God, that’s so amazing. I mean, I can’t even imagine, I think, no matter what, anybody who attended the event had their own level of high, that they were coming off of when. They left and then to get back and get the validation of, of having one of your bucket list items checked off was like amazing.

I’m so excited for you. And that just goes to show you to a couple of things. One is summit. You never know, right? Don’t assume you went with a summit and assume you might. And so I love that, that you, that was on your bucket list and you said, you know, clearly more than a smidgen. So, um, and then just the visibility itself.

I mean, that’s so great.

Yeah. Oh, okay. Thank you. Thank you. Yeah, I, and I, and I say that I really share it as an encouragement of, uh, Just, you just don’t know. You just got to, you got to get out there. And, you know, there were so many pearls of wisdom that were shared from the stage and just amongst conversations and new friendships that were formed.

And I thought of so many of you of, you know, things that I wish I could, you know, thought of you, James. I thought of Tommy. I just there’s so many people. I just wanted to grab a hold and go, let me share this with you or wish you were here and. Thank you. I, uh, that I have this group to come share this with and we, we are your biggest fans, but clearly you have more than just us.

All right. That is so exciting. Um, who else would like to share. When, or we can transition into questions. Although I do feel like there’s some more winds out there we haven’t heard of yet. I have a, when I just like to say it was fantastic to see Tracy and Cheryl and Sandy all in one photo, loved it. I was really, really disappointed when I woke up and realized I couldn’t make it last minute.

So to get that, that was just awesome. So I felt like I was there just a little bit and looking forward to meeting you all next time. Yeah, well, Sandy gets the award for the very best dress that dress that you had on and was so beautiful. It was just like the perfect Scottsdale Arizona vibe with awesome.

We get pretty darn gorgeous. Anyway. I mean, look at it. Let’s not embarrass her, but yes, it was nice to be able to where that’s not my wind, but it was just nice to get out some clothes that weren’t just black sweatpants and hoodies and. Instantly, I have to put them into the washer because I want to make sure I’m not infecting my household and that sort of thing.

So it was nice to be out in the fresh air and, and feel a little bit prettier. So it was, uh, it was nice. That was not my win, but, but I will say that, uh, my, when it, it really was an epiphany and emotional in a good way, time to be around everyone and to also have this community that’s virtual and faces and have it really translates.

Have been a step to building a friendship with Cheryl and to see you Tracy. And I did a S uh, secret, uh, chat with Denise because it was like the last day. And I was like, I’ve seen her. That’s how I recognize her. And I was, I should have gone up to Denise and just said, hi, I’m a super squatter too. I’ve seen you, let’s talk in real person.

Uh, but you know, conferences can get overstimulating. So hi again, Denise, but, um, but really I feel that, um, the goal that Jess and Elsie had to. Really make a safe space. In many, many ways, but to really be able to talk to other people and say, where are you on your journey? And how can I work with you? Oh, this is your podcast.

This is my podcast because I was very sheepish at the beginning of the conference, telling people, well, I just have an entertainment podcast about down Abby and by the time the conference. My shoulders are back. And I was like, that’s w I love your topic. And mine’s fun. I have an entertainment podcasts.

Like it wasn’t an embarrassment because almost everybody who was like, I need a break. I need some light. And that’s, if they’re not watching the show, their mom or their sister or their friend does. So it helped build some of my confidence in is going to kick me. I think the goal of going to the conference to get the momentum, to get the collaboration and build some friendships.

I had some chemistry with some really great people that was unexpected, um, and is buoyant and is going to help project me forward. So thanks to everyone who organized it, thanks to everyone who participated either virtually or there. And I also feel like not only was it, what I’ll call a safe environment to express ideas and have conversations, it was very energizing.

And I would encourage anyone who’s on this call if you know anybody in the super squad or whatever, and they went to a second. Just send them a note and say, Hey, I was interested in the session. Did you go, what did you take away from it? Because I just got the vibe that everybody wants to help everybody else.

And if they can’t, if they’re like I’m overextended, but I’ll check the notes online. You know, like even if they just say, Hey, I didn’t get anything out of it more than you did, but I just think people will be honest and help. In this group. Yes, definitely. And I wish I had known that you felt that way on your first day of the conference about your podcasts, because I would have given you a little chasy as I’m up on the front end to say there’s no apologies for a fun, entertaining podcast, right?

Diane. We need that as, just as much as we need factual base or insert information exchanges are as, you know, edutainment high cat’s like, absolutely. And I don’t know anybody who hasn’t been affected in some way by Downton Abbey. Like you said, whether it, they watched it or they’re. Movie parties. Like it’s a big deal.

So yeah. Zero apologies necessary for what you put your passionate energy out, into putting out into the world. No apologies ever. So I’m glad I didn’t know that then. Cause I would be like, thank you. All right. Well, I see Tommy Smith. Oh Lord. Okay. Tommy, you got off the hook, but not for long. Um, I’m Lauren Abrams and, um, I have a podcast 52 weeks of hope.

So where people share with the hardest challenge they have, they’ve gone through. Overcame it and their message of hope. And, um, I can’t think of something that interests. I keep trying to, I’m trying to think of something interesting about me. This is my first time on the call and, um, I just, I was like, my hair is not really blonde naturally.

Like that’s not that interesting. I was trying to think of something. Well, that’s okay. Neither is mine. So you’re in good company. Uh, I don’t know. And I just, uh, published yesterday my 52nd week. So that’s my, when I’m

52 straight weeks. And, um, I did me, I compiled all the messages from all these leaders and healers and change agents in, um, into like the meaning of life. And that’s why I call it the meaning of life. It, it just became so clear to me and I thought it’s ballsy and I don’t care. I’m just going to do it. Um, it’s oh yeah.

Yesterday it was just a 20 minute podcast prep. I came up with 10 messages from all these amazing people. I got to interview. That’s so exciting. Well, we’re so glad you’re here. We hope that you’ll make this a part of your routine and would love it. If you want to share link to that episode, you were referring to we’d love if you want to put that in the chat so everybody can check it out.

Oh, I would. That would be great. Then. Um, I actually had to leave the conference. I was there for about 24 hours and I had to leave. I was so, um, and to hear it’s not again until may 20, 23, just, uh, I mean, I experienced it in person. And then virtually there is like, I went to the clubhouse room afterwards when people were talking about it.

It’s not the same. First of all, the sound sucked virtually and you had to like work to hear it. And I didn’t have, I was like picking what I was going to get to go to. And you didn’t have a choice, but I didn’t get to hear you, Tracy. And I thought I want to continue what I missed. Like I felt such and, um, So I was like, and this just showed up on my calendar.

So I just didn’t want zoom meeting. And I’m like, okay, this is showing up. I’m going to start being, I want, cause I crave more of that. It’s everything that Sandy was talking about and congratulations, Cheryl. So I’ll put the link and yeah, I’m very excited to get a little bit of what I missed from having.

Well, we’re glad you’re here. And this is, I mean, it’s, it is a nice energetic continuation and what a lot of, a lot of the people that we’d never, ever met in person. But when we did see each other, it literally felt like we’d known each other for years. So that was amazing, but you’re going to get it and hopefully we’ll stay connected.

Then you’re going to feel that same way about this group. And that’s, what’s really special about it that I personally love. So. You’re here and we welcome you. And can’t wait to listen to, um, who doesn’t want to listen to a secret to life. Um, messages of hope. I mean, I w definitely want to take a listen.

So, and then you’ve got to also my partner in crime with Cheryl who does 19 stories from fear to him. So I’m hearing that is there might be a collaboration that can happen between the two of you. So now that she’s kind of like an award nominated award-winning like podcast, or she’s probably gonna, you know, get her before, while she’s still humble.

Well, welcome. We’re so glad you’re here. Okay. Uh, you have a few minutes, Tommy.

That would be if my brain cells were active, but, um, good to see everyone. Uh, I did, um, I did attend virtually and I enjoyed it very much. I actually kind of at the, um, nudging, gentle nudging of Jacquelyn over a period of time, because as I’ve been trying to. Prepare for my virtual launch. Um, she said, you know, you need some time by yourself.

You should get away. And I was like, I can’t get away. I can’t get away, you know, but it kind of got into my head and I had wanted to go to the conference live, but I couldn’t do that. So I decided to. Take some days away so that I could actually just listen and absorb it and maybe even record, I like took equipment with me, which there was no space.

There was so much going on. Um, but I, uh, I live in Los Angeles or in the San Fernando valley anyway, close Los Angeles. And, um, and I, I drove to San Diego, which is actually where Jacqueline lives and I got myself a hotel room, three minute walk from the beach and it was just, it was heavenly. Absolutely heavenly.

I didn’t have to think about anyone, but myself and I have to get dressed. If I didn’t want to, I didn’t have to do anything. And, um, I just, I listened on my drive out there because I drove out there on Thursday. So I listened to the virtual stuff on my drive. I settled in, I, I mean, Friday, it was like, I barely had a chance to eat.

Cause it was like 15 minutes in between my son’s texting me. I’m like, oh my God, I gotta get back. You know? Um, but I really enjoyed it. And then Jacqueline and I had dinner on Friday night and Saturday, she met me like mid day and we found a Starbucks and we watched like a few of the virtuals, um, together and, and took a walk and just bounce ideas off of each other.

So we got to have like a little mini, you know, feeling of it. It was our first time meeting in person we’d been texting. Um, and Lauren, we met through this, this meeting, you know, like this is how we met and we were. Trying to launch at the time she has since launched. Um, and, uh, so anyway, it was a really great experience.

It was wonderful to spend time with her and to, to just to see all of the different presentations and knowing that we have access to them for later, because it is overwhelming, but even virtually like the brain sort of gets saturated, you know? Um, but. I really loved it. I loved getting to see your, I didn’t think that you were going to be virtual Tracy.

And so I was like, well, have a good session, you know? And so when I saw your virtual, but yeah, you’re right though. Audio was, it was tough. The audio is a little bit tough. There there’s a lot of like, you know, and then we couldn’t hear the audience. So I never heard the question. Luckily you restate things.

So, you know, but we could never hear the audience at all. And so, but let’s get feedback that we’ll pass on, um, because they, you know, they had a full sound board set up back there. So I think there’s probably, it was just a disconnect, unfortunately, um, that I didn’t, I honestly didn’t know if I was virtual or not, but I just like restate.

I like to restate. Just to make sure I understand the question always first, but then secondly, just say that in case people couldn’t hear, so I’m glad I didn’t do that. Do you do that with us? Even here? And so I was laughing cause it did feel, I was like, I kind of felt like I was an insider. I know this whole gig, you know, like I, you know, I, these are my people here.

I saw Cheryl speak at the end and I was like, like kind of get to see her, you know? So, um, anyway, Sandy, I didn’t know that you got to go, so that’s awesome. I’m really glad you were able to do it. So I, you know, I’m still plugging away. I, uh, I actually, right before this, I did, uh, because you know, I’m all about just learning.

I think at the end, I’m like never going to launch. I’m just going to be a resource for everyone. Cause I’m going to know everything. But, um, I’m like very into learning about descript right now. And so they’re just busting at the scenes as far as just they’re innovating and innovating and really trying to like get the world to know them.

And um, so they’re doing a lot of like live streams and tutorials and things. So they have. They had a live stream from nine to 10, which was perfect. Well, my time. Um, and, uh, we’re just supposed to be like how to produce your podcast from start to finish using the script. Cause a lot of people still think of the script as like I’ll use that and then I’ll put it into Udacity or into audition or whatever.

And um, so I think they’re trying to, they’ve added a lot of effects. They’ve had. Like almost everything that, you know, well, I’m not an editor, but you know, if you’re just, if you do kind of more basic editing, I imagine you can use it for it all. So anyway, um, I’m just having fun with that. I’m trying to be kind to myself and just, I continue to, you know, to put one foot in front of the other.

Well, I mean, I honestly think that just that huge first step of making yourself a priority for the weekend and setting your time aside in a, I got a screen. I think you sent me a screenshot of your view. I was like, yeah, that’s fine. Yeah. Yeah. Ridiculously amazing. Yeah. And, um, but I didn’t realize that the, that you had the in-person connection with Jacqueline poor Jacqueline.

She’s like been the rockstar of this whole consciousness in here. So hello, Jacqueline texted her. I’m like, don’t need to watch this playback. Um, but yeah. So the fact that you guys get that little mini connected in real life connection while you watched it, I think that’s great. And we will pass on the feedback about the audio they’ll I’m sure they’ve probably already heard it, but it’s good to know for other things that happen that way.

So, um, so fantastic. Some really fun. So Sandy says Tommy then as an inventive, effective way to experience you, podcasts are great that you have a buddy system retreat approach. Yes, definitely. Um, And thank you for all the comments about stating and restating. It just helps me formulate my thoughts, but I’m glad it’s so effective for everybody else.

And, um, let’s see, put into the chat, such a fab idea, but would you like to share with us. I was going to say hi. So I, I had, I had surgery this week on my knee. Um, and I’m very happy cause it’s been since April last year I tore my meniscus disc and it’s been very annoying. Um, and I’m all hopped up on great pain medicine, so a bit drowsy over here, but I missed everybody.

I missed you all. Um, it’s so good to hear all the great stories. I almost, after the. Pod hype before I almost was going to book a trip out there to come join y’all, but I just finished a week away somewhere else. And I was like, oh, I can’t justify it in the budget. But I was like, Aw, Shakespeare, just cause it looks so fun.

And now the next one’s not till May, 2023. Yes, next year. But I really want to apply Jessica for something and. Here’s the reason she was so fully transparent about the why. And that is because an October event, if you’re producing event of that magnitude, which I can completely empathize with, it’s a good solid six months of busting a.

Fanny, um, between the time that you’re working on the conference and the time that comes to fruition. And she has a precious little, um, little boy. And so the whole summer she was taken like in full on full-time conference mode. And so it really. Kind of took her summer away from her family. And in addition to that, there are a lot of people like sponsorship conversations and partnerships and things like that that are harder to organize when people are on summer vacation and things like that.

So she is as enthusiastic, she and LCR as enthusiastic about having another one, but they just had to recalibrate the schedule because it works better for her and her family. So I applaud her for doing. As much as I don’t want to wait an additional six months, I think that they might do some many things in between, but, um, but I love that she was so open about why she made the decision that she made.

So such a good example right. Of that, of that balance and prioritizing family and, you know, Um, but if anybody has any other like conferences or groups or things that they recommend, please share in the chat, because I’d love to get connected into some more of these things. Um, because truly Shakespeare, I wish I had, I wish I had known about this sooner because I would have been there at Tommy.

I would have been there in a heartbeat. Um, I do want to share a couple of little. Fun fun wins for me, not necessarily huge public wins. Um, but I did two things that were pretty cool with the podcast. Um, one of them I’d written a blog when, uh, Facebook and everything went down a couple of weeks ago. I’d written a blog about how to get customers without using social media.

And I was like, why don’t I just turn this into a podcast? And so I literally read the blog as a podcast. Well, that was easy. So I’m really pleased that I, I, you know, these are all the things that, the list of things for repurposing content that I want to do that everyone wants to do, but timing is sometimes a factor.

So that was really great. And then another thing is I’ve brought Facebook lives back into my, my private Facebook group for entrepreneurs, and I turned one of those into a podcast as well. Um, it just worked out perfectly. So even though they’re kind of small wins, Really psyched with my, with that for myself.

But I was like, yay. I got to be purpose to pieces of content into a podcast without recording something fresh. And it, uh, it was just really good. And then also I’ve just been getting some really great affirming those testimonials that you talked about. I popped in right for that conversation, just people sending me messages, talking about how much these interviews have meant to them.

Um, so I’m going to start turning those into, into graphics as well. So just a little minor wins, but, but progressing in my, my figuring out this whole podcast journey thing. Um, love it. Well, and I want to just pause to kind of highlight on some of the things that you said about content repurposing, because one of the things that, um, I encourage you to never lose sight of is that when you create a podcast, so I’m going to go the reverse of what you said, which I love that you wrote the bond first, and then you recorded it as a podcast because that’s repurposing in a way that.

Very efficient. Right. And so just to kind of remind and recap on some of the repurposing strategies that we talk about. So when you step up to that mic and you record that content one time, And whether it’s a solo episode or guest episode or any type of episode, then you take that piece of content that becomes the hub of your content strategy.

So if you think about your podcast is the wheel, and then you have the spokes that are coming off of it. So you step into. That session, you record that podcast one time, then you take that podcast and then you transcribe it. Once you transcribe it, then you can convert it into the blog posts as opposed to the blog post converting into the episode.

But Hey, it still works. So you take that transcription. You turn that into a blog post. Then if you’re industry specific and you have. Access to industry trade articles, then you can take the blog and then you can extend it out and make it more of an industry trade article that you can submit. Or like in case salad, with a side of fries, she utilizes medium and thrive because she’s health and wellness.

And so she takes and submits to. Uh, thrive with that. Then you can also, with that transcript, after you got your blog post written, your article written, you can also extract social media posts from that. You can then create social media posts from that. And the list just goes on and on in terms of how.

The use of your time of recording that one episode then provide you so much visibility in other areas, but digital marketing, social media, um, and then going into the, the other industry, trade articles and forums and things like that. So just keep that in mind. Um, it’s not just the podcast episode, it’s the podcast episode and everything that can expand beyond that from a technical perspective.

Lindsay, I’d love it. If you would share for those who really don’t maybe know about Facebook live, can you share with us the technical aspects of going live in your Facebook group? Taking that Facebook group, a Facebook live and then repurposing it into a podcast. Is that something we haven’t really talked a lot about on this call?

And I think that would be really helpful for people to really just know the steps of how that works. Sure. So I do want to say with the way that you had said about the podcast and the transcript into the blog, I’ve tried that and I find it. So long to, to convert a transcription to a blog, to clean it up, but I’m a really fast writer and a natural writer.

So if anyone out there is a natural writer, feel free to write that blog first and then record the podcast. Cause I actually found that about 20 times faster. Right? That’s great insight. Yes. For talker talkers like me who can’t sit down long enough to tie. I’m really good at editing. But if you’re a natural writer and then you convert that to audio, you have to pick the systems that work for you.

So thank you for highlighting that. Yeah. And then, so for, for podcast, uh, so for Facebook lives, um, so what I normally do is I record it on zoom, right? Yeah. I assume you set it up. So the audio is the two different files, right? Um, and then you can stream a zoom into your phone, into your Facebook. Um, and then, so it automatically, I have a set just automatically saved to my computer, right when I record it.

And then it goes into the Facebook group as well, but you actually don’t even have to now think about you don’t actually have to record it because once you put it into your Facebook, it’ll also, you can just download it from Facebook. There’s a couple of different ways you can go from it. I’ve just started using stream yard again.

So they want to hear your stream. Yeah. Um, I have used it and I know, I know some people who have, so I use it a lot in the past, but there was able to, I find it really glitchy, but they’ve really updated it. And it’s, it’s quite, quite seamless now. And so stream yard is it’s kind of like a zoom cause I was having cause all of a sudden zoom wasn’t connecting to Facebook.

I don’t know what was going on there. It was working and then it wasn’t. So I went ahead and bought stream yard 25 bucks a month. And uh, you just, you both meet on stream yard. And it prod cast it. You can broadcast it to like eight different, like LinkedIn, Facebook. You can broadcast it multiple places at once, which is really awesome.

Like I had it both in my business page, my private group and my personal page all just from one stream. Um, and so you do that. And then when you have the upgraded version, it allows you to then it’ll record it and you can download it. And then I just take that and I throw it right into the script. And there you go.

There’s your podcast. I add an intro. Um, I, and then I, you know, I add my intro outros on, I do a little introduction and then there we go. So it’s really simple. Does that make sense? Any questions into that? Yeah. Lauren you’re on mute. Um, how did you get your stream yard to go into LinkedIn? Did you have to get approved?

So I didn’t actually do mine to LinkedIn that time, but it is an option on there. So you have to. Like you connect your LinkedIn account to your stream yard. You would, you would integrate, uh, what’s it called? Like, like whatever connect. Yeah, I know what you mean, but I thought what you had to get approved.

To be able to do video, do it this time. I just see that it’s an option. So you’d want to go in and see what that, yeah, that’s a great question there, Lauren, because it’s really, I don’t know if anybody else on here has laugh permissions for LinkedIn, but it’s really hard to get. I’ve heard that people applied two and three and four and five times to be able to do it.

The only advice that I’ve been given about it is to like keep trying, because it, it can take several times of applying before you get approved. So has anyone else had that experience at all? No. I was told the same thing. I haven’t applied yet, but I was told it’s a really, really good forum to stream.

Yeah, it definitely is, but it’s just, I think they want to re they want to really be sure that you’re committed to doing it. So they, um, So my lack of consistent video is probably what has kept me from approved on it. But I do have someone that I work with that, um, they do video consistently all the time and they, it took them like eight tries, I think is what they say.

And they ultimately ended up working with Gary V and I think Gary V was the one that somehow got them permission. So it’s not an easy thing to get, but, um, I’m a mess now just like stubborn about it. That might be my motivation to get into doing more video, say that

LinkedIn live option and they would make it so difficult because it’s all about video right now. That’s such a. Yeah. So, um, I’ll, we’ll keep you posted on that. I, I honestly don’t really know any more about it than what I just said, but I do know it’s a common frustration, so interesting. It could be a vetting process to, to make sure that the people that are going to be on there are legit and I’m, I’m going to be on a LinkedIn live on the 15th of November.

And I can add she does the woman who’s. Show then I’ll be on is she’s on consistently every week. And I could ask her, you know, what her process is to, to get on that. That’d be great. Can I tag on to what Tommy did? Um, because it was absolutely brilliant and wonderful. And, uh, what I had mentioned at the, at the closing.

Uh, presentation at she podcasts live just in the audience. I just responded organically to what was being spoken, uh, you know, addressed about the conference in a way to keep in touch is that I in maybe Jess and Elsie will do this is to maybe put out a poll of where everybody’s at. So that we can form our own mini meetups like you did Tommy, which is a way to stay connected in person and also keep the momentum going, not only from the conference, but a way that we can get in our little groups.

So that by the time the next sheet podcast, Rolls around. We already have familiarity with the people who are in our region, so that we’re just a bunch of people are really familiar with each other, connecting with a bunch of other people who are really familiar with each other, if that makes any sense.

But I love that you did that with Jacquelyn. That is just, I mean, I mean, you’re right. Two of, you know, we, I love everybody here, but the fact that you guys did that, especially when you’re launching in Jacqueline, just recently launched, it’s such a great way to, to connect, inspire each other on so kudos to you and.

Gosh, I almost wish I was with you guys. Can we just be in different places? Well, and I especially am so grateful because I knew Jacqueline was hugely disappointed because her husband had had, you know, the unfortunate timing of breaking his leg. And so I think that it’s so great that she wasn’t totally solar, so that’s even better there too, but that’s what we do.

And support each other. So, um, so I’m going to pause for a second and do a, see CME, put the link in the chat that for those of you who are watching the replay, which, oh my gosh, by the way, I had no idea how many people actually watched the replay of this call by the way, because I. I was told by several people at the conference, how much they appreciate this call and that they can’t be on it in person, but that they watch it every week.

And I just said no idea, but the funniest part was how many people didn’t actually recognize me, because I literally had like, you know, full makeup, full hair, full everything. And, um, and they were like, I watch. Cheryl Tracy. I wanted to say like you got on stage. And I was like, I had no idea her hair was so long.

No idea. I know. Yeah. When it’s blown out, it’s a whole different book. Right? So it was, but it was hysterical and I took it with a grain of salt, but it was pretty funny that everybody was.

So I might have to commit to being a little bit more glam, but you know, that’s not going to happen. So anyway, I do really appreciate the people who watch this partially. And for you guys, I’m going to share the screen to show you this testimonial tile, because it’s we talk about it, but sometimes it’s just so much easier.

To, um, hold on. Let’s see. Let’s make sure I’m sharing the right thing instead of my calendar, which is not always, uh, which is a crazy thing to say. You don’t. Nobody wants to see that. Okay. Let’s see. Here we go. So I’m just going to do a quick walkthrough of this. This is one of our clients. Um, so in this design here, you see the fosters across, um, in this case, this is the text from, um, a post that now this actually did come from apple podcasts, but I really want to highlight the fact that you do not have to originate these testimonials from.

Apple podcasts. It just happens that this one came from there. So you would have the five stars. You would have the text of the testimonial. You don’t have to necessarily do all caps, whatever your branding style is. Um, in this case, this is their apple user ID. And then this is the logo. Uh, her cover art.

So this is the logo for her podcast itself. And then she also has the three platforms. So this is one of the formats of what I was recommending. And so sometimes, like I said, it just really helps to see it versus to bake through it when I’m talking. So there you go for that. Um, okay. So we still have a few minutes, um, love to hear from anybody else that wants to share, like maybe.

Denise. You want to share with us?

You’re on mute if you are sharing and if you’re not that’s okay too, she may have stepped away. Um, how about you? How are you doing.

Oh, we get both of you now. Hi. Hi, I’m getting ready. I have a big call right after this and I’m like, I didn’t even dial up. Um, really good. Um, I had a question you were mentioning, you know, the testimonials and so apple podcasts has that ability to people for type in the reviews. Are there other platforms that have that capability?

You know, I was actually thinking of that question myself and I don’t actually know the answer to that. So we’ll do a little research for you. Um, apple is obviously the most popular place for that. Um, and you can follow. And be, you know, listen on other platforms, follow on other platforms, but, and don’t know that there’s another, I can’t confirm that there’s another platform where you can write reviews.

If anybody knows the answer to that, please share it. And if not, we’ll get the answer to that and we’ll let you know. Um, but it’s something that was floating in the back of my mind as I was talking through it, but I don’t know the answer, so we’ll get it. And maybe it’s even, maybe if Sammy does a quick search, we might be able to give it to you before the end of the call.

Yvonne there is, uh, first of all, Tracy, I love what you do with the quotes because you sent me when you released my episode, you sent me the quotes for me to use in my social media. And I thought it was brilliant. So thank you for that. Um, there is something called radio Whit lingo, where you can incorporate that onto your website, where people can record an audio testimonial or audio review, and you have approval of it before it goes live.

So that if somebody, you know, if you have a troller. I can imagine, would say anything, you know, that is, uh, less than glowing for you, but you can do that. You can put that on. I have it on my website, on my podcast page, where if you wanted to go and leave me an audio review, you could. So that’s something else to think about as well.

Not everybody’s comfortable with recording something, but for those who are, it’s a great way so that, you know, they don’t, if they don’t want to type something, they can actually record something on the spot. Thank you. Can you put that in the chat so I can screenshot it, please. Thank you. And I do have a little wind not podcast related, but eventually I dunno.

So this will take me into other recordings, how you were saying to repurpose information and stuff. And so I’ve been asking my kids school, if I can come in and teach the entire school body, especially, you know, last year with everything that happened and. So I got in touch with my, my middle daughter’s teacher and she said, yes, I would love for you to come in twice a month.

All right. So I’m going to start actually this Friday. And then last Friday I went in, volunteers are now able to come into the school. And so I saw one, I saw that one of the directors and I said, Hey, you know, I’m going to be coming in. I would love to extend this to the entire student body. Well, this is.

From preschool through your old program through eighth grade. And she said, yes, of course, come in, tell me what, what your schedule is. And she gave me an example of what, like other people are doing. And I said, Hey, um, you know, and in my mind I was thinking this would be volunteer to teach the whole student body.

I don’t know why I was thinking that, but something I’m working on. She said, oh, um, do you need me to write you a letter or something? Like, you know, and I said, well, I would like for it to eventually like turn into a donation, I would like to get. You know, some money, you know, in exchange for my time. And she said, oh, just tell me what you want.

We have SEL funding, which is social, emotional learning funding. And we can pay you from that. I’m like, oh my goodness, this is amazing. So regardless of how much it is, I’m going to start tomorrow, going to at least one of the classes. And so I already submitted my proposal, you know, what I want to offer.

And then. Like have like one hour, like, you know, one, you know, once a quarter with the teachers and help them to understand the benefits and how it’s going to help them and the entire student body and the families, of course, because it’s going to overflow to the family. So. And then I was thinking how you’re talking about, you know, repurposing content.

I’m like, oh my goodness, that’s going to be super cool. You know, I’m going to record what I’m saying. And then this will be episodes, um, and clips for social media and my podcast and all that stuff. So. Yeah. It all connects. Yes. Yeah. That is super exciting and really excited to hear how that goes. And what a, what a fun manifestation of like, from when you very first started on these calls to the idea of what you wanted to do and now how that’s happening for you and coming to fruition, it’s just beautiful and lovely.

And what a gift that you’ll be giving those students just amazing. I love that.

So, uh, Sammy is our genius. So let me share with you. Um, here are the, where, where listeners can leave ratings and reviews for your podcasts. So obviously apple podcasts and Castbox major podcast app with significant user base. They listeners can write comments by your podcast and they’re effectively the same as revealing.

You can see that, um, pod, pod chaser, a web-based platform that aspires to be the IMD, be of the podcasting world. For those of you who don’t know what I am DBS, that’s the entertainment industry. Um, like when you have film credits and you’ve been in films or your producer writer, you show up, um, you can have your profile and I am DB and I actually.

I don’t know when this article is written, but I do know for a fact that I am DB, actually, you can submit into IMD now as a podcaster. So that’s an interesting visibility component. Um, that’s something that they put into place last year. I think we did that for our plant, our clients, uh, who has several, uh, uh, network that we produced for him.

So that was listed there. Um, podcast add podcast attic as a new entrant, as reviews were only added recently in April of 2020. Yeah. So this article is a bit old, but that’s okay. Um, and so the pipe has attic app. And then I think this is so interesting that they put notable emissions. So right now the Spotify and Google podcasts do not include a way to leave ratings or reviews.

Some apps like overcast allow you to favorite individual episodes, which could help with discovery, but there are no actual platforms to be reviewed on Spotify or Google. And, um, then there is rate this podcast, which lets you create a unique and memorable link that gets you more ratings and reviews. Um, I am not familiar with this, but that’s very interesting.

So when your listeners visit the link or walked through the process of writing a review and then sent to the podcast app with a deep wink. Um, so yeah, that’s really interesting. This rate, this podcast will do. More, we’ll do a deeper dive on this. And, um, so that is great question you’re behind and glad we were able to thoroughly take a look at that in the moment.

So we wouldn’t forget to circle back. And, um, and I’m just going to do one more. Shout out to Denise. If you want to say hello, we’d love to have you say hello, but if not, we’ll see you on the next one.

Alrighty. So, um, yeah, this has been great as usual, super fun to reconnect and get, uh, keep that energy going and, um, love seeing everybody and we’ll be together again this time. Next week. Same place. Same time. Thank you. Bye-bye.

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