We’re going a bit meta today…
But I think it’s worth it.
You see, for episode thirteen of the podcast I had a great chat with video and audio producer, Steve Folland.
Steve is great.
Not only is he one of the most helpful people you’ll find on the Internet, he makes the Being Freelance podcast. It’s been running now for over four years, which is ace.
So, it was only natural that I’d quiz him on my podcast about podcasting.
In fact, we talk about what makes a good podcast, how doing your own podcast could help you raise your own profile to get more clients, and – as an aside – the best biscuits to use as roofing alternatives.
I had a lot of fun recording this and I hope you enjoy listening to it just as much.
At one point we discuss the pleasure that comes from sharing and supporting other people in the creative industry…and I hope that if you enjoy listening, you’ll be inspired to share this episode with your friends and followers. My thanks in advance if you do.
Anyhow, enough exposition…let’s get to it.
You can listen to episode fourteen here:
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NOTES ON THE PODCAST
Steve Folland is a video and audio producer based in the UK. His popular Being Freelance podcast is now in its eighth season and you can find about more about him and the podcast by visiting his website here.
Glenn Fisher is an author, speaker and copywriter. His first book, The Art of the Click is an Amazon bestseller and is published by Harriman House. It’s available now on Amazon here.
You can find Steve’s great article about what you need to start a podcast here.
You can find Berlin by Jason Lutes on Amazon here.
You can find the Doing It For The Kids podcast here.
You can find out more about Sophie Livingston on her website here.
You can listen to The Adam Buxton Podcast here.
You can find Gasp’s Call To Action podcast here.
You can listen to Athletico Mince here.
Before I sign off, let me once again thank everyone who’s been so supportive with the podcast.
I’ve got some amazing guests coming in over the next few months and we’re booked up into series three now, which is amazing.
I’d love to know your favourite episode so far and why you liked it, as all your feedback helps me shape future episodes.
So, feel free to comment below with your best pick so far.