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#346: How This 7-Figure Business Owner Uses Her Podcast To Drive Traffic with Jenna Kutcher

November 12, 2020

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Podcasts, Jenna Kutcher, & List Building

Because it’s been a minute since we’ve talked about podcasting as an entrepreneur… I decided to invite my dear friend, Jenna Kutcher, back on to have a little chit chat around podcasts, entrepreneurship, and how they work in unison to boost organic traffic. 

Jenna is a fellow lover of online marketing, runs a 7-figure business, and hosts a top-rated podcast.

In this episode, we talk about how a podcast can support your business in more ways than just generating revenue. We’re also going to give you some behind-the-scenes lessons we’ve learned as podcasters.

Whether you have a podcast or are thinking about starting one (or maybe you haven’t even thought about it but I’ve piqued your interest), you’re going to get so much out of this episode. 

A glance at how to use a podcast to drive traffic to your business
  • [06:34] Jenna says that podcasting extends your brand in a way that isn't possible with social media alone. People are literally inviting you into their lives wherever they are. 
  • [10:18] Jenna and I spill the beans on why we chose podcasts as our weekly platform. 
  • [14:32] Any industry can benefit from starting a podcast — yes, that means your industry too!
  • [17:12] When first starting out, Jenna used her podcast along with content upgrades to convert listeners into subscribers by creating a new freebie for each episode. 
  • [23:33] Jenna strategically plans out her episodes to tackle listener objections, shift mindsets, and educate potential buyers before she launches. 
  • [27:08] When Jenna first started out, she asked a company she used called HoneyBook to partner with her to cover production costs. Learn her best tips for generating revenue when you are just starting out.

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