Growing in popularity over the past decade, podcasts have become an integral part of many people’s daily lives and routines. Years ago, only renowned broadcasters were given the honor of speaking to the masses. Now, with the boom of the podcast industry, almost everyone is able to connect with an audience through their various channels.
Talks on empowerment, mental health, movie reviews, and even just daily mundane things, you name it– everyone can do it on their own podcast! Now, many podcast streaming platforms also help many podcasters reach more and more people around the world. It’s also a great way to introduce products, services, and other businesses.
This was how podcasts as an industry grew so abruptly in the early 2000’s, which is why it’s now a multi-billion dollar industry – and almost everyone you know has a podcast.
Amanda Boleyn, founder, and host of the podcast She Did It Her Way, knew that it was in a podcast that she best excels and reaches listeners she can connect with. It was in January of 2015 that Amanda thought of starting a podcast that shows women how to build their own businesses from the ground up. Moreover, it allows these women to take on the transition from a corporate job to a more flexible, profitable, self-employment.
She Did It Her Way has over 2.8 million downloads to date and has been named as one of the greatest resources for female entrepreneurs by Inc.com, Forbes, Entrepreneur.com, Huffington Post, and many others.
Before the success of her podcast, Amanda was once a business coach for organizations looking for outside help. She spent her time facilitating sales & marketing, leadership development, and employee engagement training for various organizations. Big tech companies such as Intel and the world-renowned JP Morgan were once on the roster of her client list.
She wanted to connect her skills in growing a business to more people, and Amanda thought that starting her own podcast would help her reach almost anyone around the world. As a business coach and a growth consultant, Amanda seeks to be there where she is needed by small businesses and individuals alike. As she continues to excel in her craft and learn new things in the podcast industry, she imparts these to her clients, and now, through her podcast.
Starting a podcast does not require having the best equipment, or even a state-of-the-art studio. It only requires knowledge of one’s ideal listener and knowing how to get them hooked on your podcast. What does your primary audience need to know? What can you offer them? Talk about all that on your podcast, and more.
Through Podcast Your Way, Amanda seeks to help individuals launch their very own podcast and turn it into a high-earning business. From creating their content calendars, teaching individuals how to best record their audio files, and helping them produce podcast graphics on Canva, Amanda coaches potential and aspiring podcasters all these in less than 6 months!
Are you interested in starting your own podcast and turning it into a million-dollar money-making machine? See how Amanda can help you with just that!