Stack is one of my Audio Marketing Secrets student who
wanted to grill me on the finer points of publishing
audio interviews, and I have to admit I was a little
surprised. I thought I’d been asked every question about
audio information products that could possibly be asked.
But Paul came up with some new ones.
By having me give advice to myself as if I were starting
all over again, Paul essentially forced me to look at
how I’ve improved not only my interviewing style over
the years but also my efficiency with time and money
management. And I share all of these lesser-known
secrets in this interview.
Some Of What You’ll Hear In This Audio
• How outsourcing can help you leverage your time – I
haven’t worked a full 40-hour week in ages
• What aspects of creating audios are the most
time-consuming and ways you can lighten that load
• Tips on getting interviews with even the biggest names
in any field
• Examples of how to “set the hook” when fishing for
Joint Venture deals
• Ideas for packaging interviews to create higher-end
products or enhance a subscription-based website
• Why I don’t waste my money on the most expensive
recording devices out there and what I use instead
• How my interviewing has improved over the years
• How many interviews an AMS student can realistically
expect to be able to do in one week and much more
One of the main goals in publishing audio interviews is
to create less hassle for yourself and more value for
the customer – while still maintaining healthy profit
There are many ways to do this including
outsourcing your labor and making joint venture deals.
And in this interview, we go over some of the most
efficient ways I know how.
Enjoy. If you have not heard my other interviews where I
am being grilled on marketing with audio interviews, you
can hear them at this link...