About Our Personal Brand Podcasting Services
Personal branding is important nowadays, to say the least. Founders and CEOs are now celebrities, and social media influence is a huge strategic advantage over competitors for anyone who has it.
There are many ways to grow your personal brand, and one of the easiest and most effective is to start podcasting.
If you are looking to…
We take care of all of the technical parts of starting a podcast to grow your personal brand, so you can focus on being the host and thought leader.
Examples of Personal Brands We Produce Podcasts For
How We Help Start a Podcast for Your Personal Brand
Meet Your Personal Podcast Producer
Meet your podcast producer! They will set your show up for each episode with all of the technical and production aspects, such as:
- Set-up of the tech: microphones, cameras, lighting, and graphics
- Your personal brand’s podcast artwork
- Production value and camera switching
- Lower-thirds and graphic elements
- Social media posting and distribution to podcast platforms
Choose Your Podcast Studio
Choose from our catalog of podcast studios to record your show in the type of setting that is best-suited for your brand.
You can switch studios between episodes to mix things up as much as you want to.
We Help Design Your Podcast's Branding
Our designers will work with you to design a personal brand identity for your podcast, including:
- Your podcast logo and cover art
- An animated video sequence to open each episode
- Social media profile creation for your podcast and personal brand
Host Your Show
Once you are ready, your producer will have your studio set up with your custom branding and any multimedia assets you’ve provided.
Now, it’s time to go live!
All you have to do is focus on being the host. Your producer will take care of everything else.
We'll Post and Distribute
Your producer will upload the episode to your personal brand’s social media profiles and upload the finished video to a Dropbox folder so you can use it for other marketing.
We will also distribute the audio from each episode to the major podcast platforms, such as Apple Podcasts, Spotify, iHeartRadio, Stitcher, Soundcloud, and everywhere else that podcasts are listened to.