Welcome To The Podcast Answer Man Podcast!
I (Cliff Ravenscraft) launched the Podcast Answer Man podcast back in December of 2006, one year after I started podcasting. I had been approached by several people, asking me to help them figure out how to launch a podcast. Technically, I was still podcasting as a hobby at that time and I had decided to start doing some paid consulting work on the side.
One thing led to another and less than a year, after launching the Podcast Answer Man podcast, I became convinced that I could actually make a living doing podcasting full-time as my career. If you want to hear the full story of how this happened, I would encourage you to listen to Episode 425 of PABL & Episode 88 of FFTH. Today, just a few years later, I’m happy to announce that I’ve created a very successful podcast network and a podcast and new media consulting/coaching business.
Podcast Answer Man is perfect for the brand new podcaster and seasoned podcasters alike. My goal is consistently encourage podcasters to dream big and to always think about how they can take their podcast to the next level.
If you like this podcast, you may also like the Social Media Serenity, Virtual Assistant Podcast, and Business Tech Weekly podcasts. Of course we invite you to please check out the complete list of our podcasts.
Please note, this podcast has his own site devoted to it at PodcastAnswerMan.com.
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In this week’s episode of Podcast Answer Man, I asked Erik Fisher to join me for the whole show to discuss more thoughts related to what we started to discuss in episode 335, related to how Twitter seemed to be losing losing sight of what originally made it so useful in building relationships.
This topic sparked quite a discussion on my Facebook post linking back to last week’s episode. You can see that full discussion by clicking here. We used this discussion as a basis of continuing our conversation about what we share on social networks, scheduling automatic updates, frequency of automated posts and so much more.
We are not stating what we feel others “SHOULD” change how they choose to use social media sites like Twitter. Instead, we are simply sharing very real feelings that we have had as a result of what have been experiencing in social media. From the conversations that I’ve had with others, I know that we are not alone in how we feel about Twitter’s evolution toward becoming an “information network.”
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Behind Every Great Man, You Will Find A Great Woman!
In this week’s episode I am honored to have my wife, Stephanie, as a guest with me in the studio. I shared, previously, that we were shocked to learn just how many folks in the Podcast Answer Man community who had no idea that Stephanie had podcasts (plural) of her own.
We’ve had some pretty amazing conversations over the past two weeks, since returning from the Platform Conference, and wanted to share some of the outcomes of those conversations with you.
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