Episode 10 Discussion with Joe Saul-Sehy of Stacking Benjamins
Many podcasts sound the same:
Host: “Hi, welcome to my podcast, how’s it going, I’m your host and my guest today is Bill. Hi Bill.”
Guest: “Hi Frank, thanks for having me, How are you doing?”
Host: “Great, thanks, how are you?”
Guest: “Pretty good, been busy…..”
You get the idea.
It has kind of a generic podcast feel to it. But the fact is there is no reason you must start your podcast that way. In fact there are some good reasons NOT to. For one thing, it’s pretty dull.
In this podcast Joe Saul-Sehy, creator and host of the “Stacking Benjamins” talks about how he approaches the production of his podcast – which doesn’t sound ANYTHING like what is written above. Joe’s podcast is three times a week, producing it is his full-time job and he has some great insight into how he has monetized his podcast and how he continues to grow his audience.
As someone who has been podcasting for 4 years, he is a vete