Jonny Nastor and I want to help you develop, launch, and run a remarkable show.
That’s why we created The Showrunner Podcasting Course — which is currently open, but closes today at 8:00 p.m. Eastern Time.
And yes, I said show — not “podcast.”
For most intents and purposes, the distinction doesn’t make a huge difference. A series of on-demand audio episodes can be called either a show or a podcast. If you give the proper context, most people will know what you mean.
Where the distinction actually matters most is in your own head and for your larger strategy.
Are you merely creating a succession of individual audio files that people can listen to on demand? Great. If so, you’re a podcaster. And we can teach you a lot about how to make those episodes better.
Are you looking to do more?
Are you looking to create a remarkable audio experience that satisfies your audience with impact and value during each episode, while still leaving them wanting more?
And are you placing your podcast within the context of a bigger idea or entity, perhaps even a community, that listeners can become a part of when they are ready to take the next step?
If so, then you are a showrunner.
And your next step is clear:
Join us inside The Showrunner Podcasting Course.
We offer a full 30-day, money-back guarantee … so you have nothing to lose and everything to gain by trying the course out.
We think you’ll find our lessons, which focus on the fundamentals of creating a great show, to be illuminating — from deciding on a format to conducting smart interviews all the way to applying multiple monetization strategies to maximize your revenue.
And we think you’ll find great value in our Q&A huddles and Showrunner community, where we can deliver tailored advice and also discuss the latest tips, tools, and strategies that will help you continuously grow and become a better showrunner.
It’s all in The Showrunner Podcasting Course.
So join us. The doors close today.