Podcasts have taken off over the last few years. The purpose of podcasts isn’t always clear to new listeners or to content creators though.
Do you feel called to start a podcast to get your content out there, but don’t know where to start? I’ve got you covered. Danielle Desir is an expert and she came to give us all the details on the purpose of podcasts.
Danielle is a multi-passionate author of 5 books, freelance writer, and podcaster. In 2018, she launched The Thought Card Podcast where she shares inspiring stories, tips, and advice from money nerds and globetrotters who are using their hard-earned money to creatively travel the world, earn more, pay off debt, and build wealth.
As a result of strategically marketing her podcast, Danielle grew The Thought Card Podcast to over 70,000 podcast downloads in 2 years without ad spend. She has also been a featured guest on over 85 podcasts and as a sought-after podcasting expert, she has spoken at dozens of podcasting events around the world.
In 2018, she also founded Women of Color Podcasters, a community of over 4,400 members. This is the first community of its kind dedicated to amplifying the voices of women of color podcasters from around the world.
Now she helps independent podcasters improve their visibility and build an engaged audience by strategically marketing their podcasts. It’s safe to say she can opine on the purpose of podcasts.
The Purpose of Podcasts
In this episode we covered…
- Where Danielle’s purpose fits within all of her roles and passions
- What made her start a podcast
- The purpose of podcasts and who should start a podcast
- What she’s learned about herself since she’s been podcasting
- What it really takes to start a podcast
- How Danielle got over 70,000 downloads in just 2 years
- The advice she has for someone who wants to start a podcast
If you enjoyed this episode about the purpose of podcasts, then you may also enjoy the episode of the show about overcoming fear to pursue your purpose or this episode detailing how to overcome distractions to your purpose.
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