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Brian Kato
Digital marketing consultant πŸ“ˆ Martial arts enthusiast πŸ₯‹ coffee snob β˜• whiskey connoisseur πŸ₯ƒ Colorado native
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Brian Kato Jan 21
Replying to @serpsquatch
Hells yeah, way to go!
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Brian Kato Jan 18
Replying to @dooz_er
Now that's just crazy talk... You should totally do it.
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Brian Kato Jan 18
Absolutely loving the new dashboards feature!
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Brian Kato Jan 16
Replying to @workthesystem
Seriously, if you haven't read this book and you're in or you're missing out. This is a go-to resource.
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Brian Kato Jan 15
Get the free book, Work the System: The Simple Mechanics of Making More and Working Less. via
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Brian Kato Jan 15
Replying to @tlane207
I think I'm gonna cry.
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Brian Kato Jan 15
Replying to @semrush
A4: get podcast sponsorships, have people check out your podcast landing page and monetize that--but also keep things on perspective. You're probably not going to make a lot off podcasting unless you've got a massive following
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Brian Kato Jan 15
Replying to @simoncox @semrush
You didn't get the memo?
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SEMrush Jan 15
Q3 Recap. Planning is everything! Below you can find some important things you should think about before launching a new podcast ⬇️ More tips here
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Brian Kato Jan 15
Replying to @simoncox @semrush
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SEMrush Jan 15
Q2 Recap. What makes a good podcast? Why do some leave a lasting impact on us, while others fall flat? members gathered some features of a perfect podcast, check them out πŸ’₯
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Brian Kato Jan 15
Replying to @todcordill @semrush
Agree you can't reach everyone, but automation CAN help you make the most of each medium. This is also a fantastic way to repurpose content.with one video, I'm able to also create a podcast, a blog, infographics, and a ton of other assets.
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Brian Kato Jan 15
Replying to @maddieclarksem
Schedule and frequency is absolutely critical πŸ’―
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Brian Kato Jan 15
Replying to @Kathrynclang
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Jessica Levenson Jan 15
A3. 1. Equipment (quality) 2. Content/topic strategy 3. Guests 4. Recording/prepping a backlog ahead of time 5. Publishing calendar 6. Sounds/music to use 7. Plan to repurpose content for site/repurpose site content for/with podcast 8. Social strategy (and hashtag)
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Brian Kato Jan 15
Totally agree πŸ’― the intro either hooks me in or I'm moving on.
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Brian Kato Jan 15
Replying to @semrush
A3: do you have enough content to maintain frequency for at least two to three months? Don't get started in podcasting unless you have a content ideas to last while you're crafting additional content... Don't be caught scrambling for content.
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Express Writers | Your Content Writing Team Jan 15
I love 's podcast! So many great tips there! How about you? Any favorites?
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Brian Kato Jan 15
Replying to @builderdesigns
The 3rd definitely comes with time. As anyone who first get started with podcasting or live video knows, the first several, or several dozen, absolutely suck. The silver lining is that it does get better the more you do it.
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Brian Kato Jan 15
Replying to @_ofwanderings @semrush
Pace is really important. There's nothing worse than listening to a podcast if someone doesn't add some pace and inflection to their voice. πŸ˜΄πŸ’€πŸ’€
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