Shout-out to The Rich20Something Podcast
Our wonderful clients are a big part of our success here at Podfly and we'd like to give some love back to the awesome people creating amazing content! This week, we're giving a quick shout-out to Daniel DiPiazza, the host of the Rich 20 Something podcast.
When Daniel graduated from university, he felt he had two options: Go back to school or join a corporation. Neither option appealed to him, so he started working dead-end jobs. When he eventually grew tired of the rat race, he decided to take matters into his own hands and start a business. He has since created several successful businesses, which gives him the freedom to do what he wants and, more importantly, do work that matters to him.
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The Rich20Something website contains his best advice on how anyone, no matter what age, can start and grow a business. Daniel has even included a funny list of his business failures, because things don't always run smoothly the first, two, three, four times you try.
Daniel also writes for a number of publications like Entrepreneur magazine, The Huffington Post, and Under30CEO. It’s definitely fun to check out his articles after his podcast, because he writes some great stuff like this: A Con Artist Taught Me Everything I Know About Persuasion.And this: Hacking Elance – The Step by Step Guide to How I Made $23,700 in 4 Weeks.
His podcast is for everyone who feels like there's more to life than a 9-5 job. Although the podcast is fairly new, he launched it in October, Daniel's conversations are entertaining and refreshing. You can check it out here: Rich20Something Podcast.
Podcasting is fun. It’s also hard work. Not surprising that since the dawn of this medium, podcasters have been crafting ways to make the fun pay off. Traditional advertising methods work for a select few - an estimated 0.05% of podcasters monetize their show via direct sponsorship - and finding vertical opportunities by leveraging your own business works for others. But what about those who neither have a large online listenership nor a business directly tied to their podcast?
Podfly’s Corey Coates takes you through the first of a series of tutorials on anything you might want to know about setting up a podcast. These specialization videos will focus primarily on Adobe’s Audition software, but this particular one is all about the basics and how to get started. Learn how to position your introduction, remove annoying ‘ums’, turn a few stumbling sentences into a natural conversation and much more.
With over 45 minutes of step-by-step teaching, complete with pre-recorded audio clips and examples, you should hopefully come away with a lot of questions answered. That said, the Podfly Academy Team hope it’ll also leave you itching to find out more and really get to grips with this sophisticated piece of programming which could just change your life.
Once you’ve worked through all the tutorials, you’ll be the one answering everybody else’s questions!