April 29, 2022

Creator Round Table: Niche vs. No Niche

Creator Round Table: Niche vs. No Niche

Do you need to create niche content or is general mass content ok? Join the conversation and let me know your thoughts!

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WEBVTT 1 00:00:00.080 --> 00:01:44.599 Now here's something we hope you really like. You're listening to creating daily, 2 00:01:44.920 --> 00:01:48.200 there's something wrong with you. You know that because you and I are like 3 00:01:48.239 --> 00:01:51.920 a mullets. It is the is the business, so he's the fun part 4 00:01:51.920 --> 00:01:53.879 of the haircut and then I'm the party in the back. I think they're 5 00:01:53.959 --> 00:02:00.959 hilarious. Speaks to me. It's like he's saying what I'm thinking. What 6 00:02:01.120 --> 00:02:05.840 is going on? Everyone? Welcome to another episode of creating daily. I'm 7 00:02:05.879 --> 00:02:07.919 your host, Billy Thorpe, and if this is your first time joining me, 8 00:02:08.000 --> 00:02:12.240 then welcome, nice to meet you. If you've been here before, 9 00:02:12.319 --> 00:02:15.400 then welcome back and I don't know what possess you to come back, but 10 00:02:15.439 --> 00:02:17.400 please let me know in a chat near you. A lot of fun, 11 00:02:17.479 --> 00:02:22.360 a lot of fun line up today. This is the very first time that 12 00:02:22.439 --> 00:02:25.240 I am hosting what I am calling a creator round table, so I am 13 00:02:25.319 --> 00:02:30.719 multi streaming. Some of you know I started multistreaming in the beginning of the 14 00:02:30.719 --> 00:02:32.800 show about a month or so ago, doing a daily show two PM, 15 00:02:32.840 --> 00:02:37.120 and I narrowed it down to two platforms and then I was like man, 16 00:02:37.159 --> 00:02:39.000 I missed clubhouse. I Miss My community on there. So I want to 17 00:02:39.039 --> 00:02:45.479 do a creator around table, and so now I'm actually doing that on clubhouse, 18 00:02:46.159 --> 00:02:49.159 on facebook, on Youtube, on all the places. So if you 19 00:02:49.319 --> 00:02:52.599 are around, if you're available, say hello in the chat so I can 20 00:02:52.639 --> 00:02:57.759 make sure everything is working. And then also I'm introducing a new platform that 21 00:02:57.759 --> 00:03:00.080 I'm going to start creating on, is guild, by brought by ritual motion. 22 00:03:00.120 --> 00:03:04.680 I'm going to pin it right here in the clubhouse room and if you 23 00:03:04.719 --> 00:03:08.000 want to join me on guild and or on here on Clubhouse, feel free 24 00:03:08.039 --> 00:03:12.560 to do that. But here in just a few minutes I'm going to bring 25 00:03:12.599 --> 00:03:14.599 some creators up, who ever wants to talk, and we're going to talk 26 00:03:14.639 --> 00:03:17.080 about niche versus non niche, you know, where some pros and cons and 27 00:03:17.120 --> 00:03:22.520 just have a conversation of creators and just have a lot of fun and in 28 00:03:22.960 --> 00:03:25.240 implement guild into this. So I just pin the link. If anybody wants 29 00:03:25.240 --> 00:03:29.879 to come over there. What's up? Me See me in the chat over 30 00:03:30.039 --> 00:03:32.000 on clubhouse. I know he's super happy. He was like a Super Fan, 31 00:03:32.280 --> 00:03:37.199 so he's excited. Got Melanie over here on guilds saying hello. So 32 00:03:37.319 --> 00:03:42.919 really appreciate everyone jumping in and hanging out now. Before I get started, 33 00:03:43.000 --> 00:03:46.199 I want to remind you, wherever you're watching or listening, hit that subscribe 34 00:03:46.240 --> 00:03:51.120 button, hit that follow button. Subscribe to our Youtube Channel. Wherever you're 35 00:03:51.120 --> 00:03:54.199 watching, okay or listening, follow me, follow the channel. We go 36 00:03:54.240 --> 00:03:58.479 alive every day. We're bringing on the creators to really help you and inspire 37 00:03:58.520 --> 00:04:01.680 you in your Creator Journey. All right. So, as always, I 38 00:04:01.719 --> 00:04:05.240 gotta actually only have one segment because I want to leave up plenty of room 39 00:04:05.280 --> 00:04:10.680 for us to have this discussion. So let's jump over Creator highlights. No 40 00:04:10.879 --> 00:04:16.319 cooking necessary, now, assembly required. He's got to be funk all right. 41 00:04:16.360 --> 00:04:19.519 So today's creator highlight is brought to you by OWL. Owl's a new 42 00:04:19.560 --> 00:04:24.199 APP where you can connect with experts. So if you have any questions, 43 00:04:24.240 --> 00:04:27.519 you can jump over there. You can pay for, you know, time, 44 00:04:27.639 --> 00:04:30.680 whatever dollar permitted or whatever it is, for the person you want to 45 00:04:30.720 --> 00:04:32.560 talk to and ask any question you want to live. So if you, 46 00:04:32.800 --> 00:04:36.920 for instance, have questions about podcasting, I'm over there. I can help 47 00:04:36.959 --> 00:04:41.279 you. If I'm on, if I'm available and I'm live, I can 48 00:04:41.319 --> 00:04:44.720 help you out. So you know whatever. So if you're looking for advice 49 00:04:44.920 --> 00:04:48.120 or if you're an expert and your advice giver and you want to get paid 50 00:04:48.120 --> 00:04:51.199 for your advice, then you can become an expert on the platform. And 51 00:04:51.279 --> 00:04:55.519 Right now, if you join, it's in Beta. It's like a limited 52 00:04:55.519 --> 00:05:00.319 Beta. So you can use referral code bt six one five hundred and three. 53 00:05:00.399 --> 00:05:03.680 Six one four five was wait, hold on, bet six one four, 54 00:05:03.800 --> 00:05:05.800 five hundred and thirty. All right, that's going to eat you early 55 00:05:05.879 --> 00:05:10.040 access. It's also going to get you a ten dollar sign on bonus so 56 00:05:10.079 --> 00:05:14.879 you can actually check out the platform. So today's critter highlight goes to e 57 00:05:15.040 --> 00:05:19.199 Votera over at podcast pontifications. Evo is probably one of the first podcasters I 58 00:05:19.199 --> 00:05:24.319 started following when I got into the podcast or journey, started listening to his 59 00:05:24.360 --> 00:05:28.120 show. He's like an old school podcast. There's been podcasting for probably since 60 00:05:28.160 --> 00:05:31.800 podcasts existed and has long history of it and it's always fun to hear him 61 00:05:31.800 --> 00:05:36.399 pontificate about podcasting. So if you're looking for another podcast to listen to, 62 00:05:36.839 --> 00:05:42.240 that's going to be a good one to to check out. So let's jump 63 00:05:42.279 --> 00:05:46.199 back over and in. Well, there you go. There's that subscribe. 64 00:05:46.240 --> 00:05:47.759 But again, if you're watching the video, but if anybody's in Clubhouse, 65 00:05:47.759 --> 00:05:54.560 and I've invited some creators. Probably shouldn't do a round table discussion unless you 66 00:05:54.560 --> 00:05:57.879 get some people in the room. But I do see some of my friends 67 00:05:57.879 --> 00:06:00.879 in the audience here. See Johnny with his Bo Lun. I see me 68 00:06:00.519 --> 00:06:03.759 as well, and sometimes it takes a little while for these things to jump 69 00:06:03.800 --> 00:06:06.879 in. So if either you guys want to jump up and say hello, 70 00:06:08.439 --> 00:06:11.959 feel free to do that. But I did come with the backup plan in 71 00:06:12.000 --> 00:06:18.319 case nobody was available in that is, to share my thoughts, some pros 72 00:06:18.360 --> 00:06:23.920 and cons, about a niche audience versus a non niche audience. And we 73 00:06:23.959 --> 00:06:26.439 have Melanie says, Oh, I'm digging this topic. I can't wait to 74 00:06:26.480 --> 00:06:30.079 learn more about niche content versus the general the general mass content is what I 75 00:06:30.120 --> 00:06:33.839 call it. So I'll share some thoughts. You guys let me know, 76 00:06:33.959 --> 00:06:40.000 and then also the clubhouse room. Let me know what the audio sounds like. 77 00:06:40.000 --> 00:06:42.560 I think my little adapter might be messed up. So if it's, 78 00:06:42.680 --> 00:06:46.319 if it's too hard to bear, let me know. I'll switch it out 79 00:06:46.360 --> 00:06:49.279 real quick and just do audio only. But if you're watching on guild, 80 00:06:49.319 --> 00:06:54.680 I do have like this cool little this cool little scene setup so you can 81 00:06:54.720 --> 00:06:58.800 you can see who's on or, in this case, near stage on clubhouse. 82 00:06:59.279 --> 00:07:00.600 So while we're kind of waiting for some people to jump in, if 83 00:07:00.600 --> 00:07:04.959 they do, I invited a lot of creators personally to jump into the room. 84 00:07:05.040 --> 00:07:10.959 So we'll see what that looks like. But let's talk about niche versus 85 00:07:11.000 --> 00:07:15.040 non niche and does it really matter? In my opinion, it matters and 86 00:07:15.079 --> 00:07:17.120 I'll tell you why in a little bit. But I do want to share 87 00:07:17.160 --> 00:07:23.879 some pros and cons with you and if anybody in the that's listening or watching, 88 00:07:23.879 --> 00:07:27.800 if you have any questions, feel free to drop them in the chat 89 00:07:27.839 --> 00:07:31.199 and make sure you just put q colon and ask your question and then I 90 00:07:31.240 --> 00:07:35.040 can answer it and hopefully this what's we around table. Hopefully we get some 91 00:07:35.079 --> 00:07:39.720 people would here that will jump in. If you're watching, you know, 92 00:07:39.759 --> 00:07:42.480 on facebook or Youtube or whatever, and you want to join the conversation, 93 00:07:43.519 --> 00:07:46.759 feel free to let me know. I can actually send you a link to 94 00:07:46.959 --> 00:07:50.319 guild and you can jump right in. It should be posted pretty pretty close 95 00:07:50.360 --> 00:07:54.480 somewhere, like if it says hey, join the conversation with a little pointy 96 00:07:54.519 --> 00:07:58.079 finger that link. Just click on it. You can come in easily, 97 00:07:58.199 --> 00:08:03.279 quickly sign up and be a part of the conversation. So let's jump into 98 00:08:03.319 --> 00:08:09.160 a few pros and cons of this niche. Niche or niche? Let me 99 00:08:09.199 --> 00:08:13.319 know. Do you say rich like niche, like rich, or niche like 100 00:08:13.399 --> 00:08:16.040 quish? Wait, is that a yeah, the quistions like the egg mix 101 00:08:16.079 --> 00:08:20.240 stuff, like with Bacon or something. This is what I don't like about 102 00:08:20.240 --> 00:08:22.959 Solo shows. I talk so much. I need like a little stingers to 103 00:08:24.680 --> 00:08:28.160 so I can take drinks of water. Niche like quiche. Melany says, 104 00:08:28.279 --> 00:08:31.159 all right, sweet. I say niche like rich, because that's why I 105 00:08:31.159 --> 00:08:35.279 want to get from my niche. All Right, anyway, all right, 106 00:08:35.320 --> 00:08:37.240 so let's talk about it. So let's talk about some pros. Let's talk 107 00:08:37.279 --> 00:08:41.200 about some cons. The first pro that I have listed here that I think 108 00:08:41.279 --> 00:08:46.200 is a real pro is expert mode, and so I call expert motives really 109 00:08:46.240 --> 00:08:50.919 positioning yourself as the expert in the topic that you're covering. So if I'm 110 00:08:50.919 --> 00:08:54.759 covering podcasting, for instance, and I have a podcast about podcasting or a 111 00:08:54.840 --> 00:09:01.480 live stream about podcasting, I can quickly kind of position myself as a thought 112 00:09:01.559 --> 00:09:05.039 leader in that arena, in that area. So it's going to help me 113 00:09:05.080 --> 00:09:11.720 quickly build trust with an audience by providing consistent knowledge and insight on a popular 114 00:09:11.759 --> 00:09:15.879 topic or a particular topic, and I think that is one thing that when 115 00:09:15.879 --> 00:09:18.960 we are and we've been around people like this. You've probably been around somebody 116 00:09:18.039 --> 00:09:22.480 like this before and they're multih and I'm a multi hyphen creator and Multi Hyphen 117 00:09:22.559 --> 00:09:26.159 Person. We all are. We all do different things, have different interest 118 00:09:26.200 --> 00:09:30.600 but if you go to a networking event and you meet somebody and you're like 119 00:09:30.960 --> 00:09:31.639 hey, what do you do, you know, like what do you do 120 00:09:31.720 --> 00:09:33.679 for a living? How can you help me or how can help you, 121 00:09:33.679 --> 00:09:37.279 and they go, oh, man, I'm a graphic designer, I'm a 122 00:09:37.320 --> 00:09:41.679 COO Cooder, I'm a professional golfer, I you know, I don't know, 123 00:09:41.720 --> 00:09:46.039 like basket weave underwater on the weekends or whatever, and I teach people 124 00:09:46.039 --> 00:09:50.440 how to do it. Then that kind of maybe that loots the effect of 125 00:09:50.480 --> 00:09:54.200 like Hey, I can help you do this or that, and so think 126 00:09:54.240 --> 00:09:58.360 about that when you're presenting yourself. And I think too, that you can 127 00:10:00.000 --> 00:10:03.960 present yourself in different areas at different times. So, like someone is asking 128 00:10:03.960 --> 00:10:07.519 this question on clubhouse the other night. They're multihyph and creator, their Youtuber, 129 00:10:07.559 --> 00:10:13.320 Amazon live streamer. There I can't remember, like pottery in then like 130 00:10:13.440 --> 00:10:18.240 into your designer. So all creative, all good stuff, but it's like 131 00:10:18.559 --> 00:10:22.679 we're how do you want to show up in the group or the circle you're 132 00:10:22.720 --> 00:10:24.879 at and where can you bring the most value? All Right, so we 133 00:10:24.879 --> 00:10:28.159 got Andrew Milton says what's up in the chat. Hey Andrew, good to 134 00:10:28.159 --> 00:10:31.320 see a drew it. I don't know why that's all over my face. 135 00:10:31.360 --> 00:10:35.679 Here we go, I can move it. All right, excellent. So 136 00:10:35.759 --> 00:10:39.240 thanks drew for jumping in. So that's the first pro that I really see 137 00:10:39.279 --> 00:10:43.399 about having a niches. You can really position yourself as the quote unquote expert 138 00:10:43.759 --> 00:10:46.960 in whatever it is that that you want to try and to accomplish. The 139 00:10:48.000 --> 00:10:52.679 next thing here is it builds confidence. So when you not just for you, 140 00:10:52.759 --> 00:10:56.000 but obviously for you to note you're talking about, to be able to 141 00:10:56.039 --> 00:10:58.279 show up, to be able to present the stuff, the knowledge that you 142 00:10:58.320 --> 00:11:03.480 know, but also for your audience. I don't know how many times when 143 00:11:03.480 --> 00:11:07.159 I've jumped on a podcast or a live stream show and for the first kind 144 00:11:07.200 --> 00:11:11.480 of five minutes of my where's this going? Am I and I'm like kind 145 00:11:11.519 --> 00:11:15.039 of a little bit of Fomo, like am I going to miss out on 146 00:11:15.080 --> 00:11:16.720 something if I don't stay. But I don't really know what I'm staying for. 147 00:11:16.759 --> 00:11:20.759 It really don't understand what's going on. You know, maybe a bunch 148 00:11:20.799 --> 00:11:24.360 of bantering. There's not a lot of explanation. I'm a little bit confused 149 00:11:24.519 --> 00:11:28.200 and then all of a sudden it's like all right, I'm out. But 150 00:11:28.360 --> 00:11:31.320 when you are on a niche topic and people know, I'm going to come 151 00:11:31.399 --> 00:11:35.720 to Johnny. So Johnny's in the audience over here on Club House. What's 152 00:11:35.759 --> 00:11:37.559 up, Johnny? He's got a little he's got a little balloon on. 153 00:11:37.639 --> 00:11:41.919 So welcome to Johnny and he's his one. Your anniversary, apparently, is 154 00:11:41.960 --> 00:11:46.679 today, so congratulations on surviving one year on clubhouse. You've made it. 155 00:11:46.759 --> 00:11:52.440 Welcome to the one year club. But Johnny has a podcast on the weekends. 156 00:11:52.440 --> 00:11:54.799 Go back in the cereal box where I know if I tune in, 157 00:11:54.879 --> 00:12:00.480 and Andrew, and drew Milton is a cohost on there as well, I 158 00:12:00.480 --> 00:12:03.720 believe. I know if I tune in on Saturdays, I'm gonna I know 159 00:12:03.759 --> 00:12:09.480 what I'm expecting. I'm expecting some some awesome people and their pajamas hanging out 160 00:12:09.480 --> 00:12:13.480 eating a bowl of cereal, talking about pop culture, talking about movies and 161 00:12:13.519 --> 00:12:16.600 Games and all the fun things that they're into, and I know I can 162 00:12:16.639 --> 00:12:20.600 expect to be entertained by that and I know where the conversation is typically going 163 00:12:20.679 --> 00:12:24.639 or what it's about, and so I can expect that when people jump, 164 00:12:24.679 --> 00:12:28.440 you know, jump into creator creating daily like they can expect that we're going 165 00:12:28.480 --> 00:12:33.679 to be talking about the Creator economy, you know, creator you know formats 166 00:12:33.279 --> 00:12:37.200 or you know, workflows or things like that, or to make their life 167 00:12:37.240 --> 00:12:43.240 easier, to really inspire them as creators to jump in. So that is 168 00:12:43.279 --> 00:12:46.720 another thing. It builds confidence, not only with me because I know where 169 00:12:46.720 --> 00:12:50.559 I'm going, or you for a niche, but also with your audience because 170 00:12:50.600 --> 00:12:52.399 they know where you're going. It's kind of like you just don't get in 171 00:12:52.440 --> 00:12:56.159 some random persons car and like all right, let's go, I'm with you. 172 00:12:56.279 --> 00:12:58.519 Whatever you want to do, I'm doing, but when you're the driver 173 00:12:58.600 --> 00:13:01.159 you say, Hey, here's where you know, here's what we're doing, 174 00:13:01.200 --> 00:13:03.399 here's where we're going, or call Uber whatever. Anyway, and by the 175 00:13:03.399 --> 00:13:09.720 way, if you're joining me over on on guild or on clubhouse, feel 176 00:13:09.759 --> 00:13:13.080 free to to jump in and if you're not, there's a link near you, 177 00:13:13.080 --> 00:13:16.320 where you can, you can tap on it and come check out the 178 00:13:16.360 --> 00:13:18.399 live show and be a part of it. So so, Johnny Me, 179 00:13:18.480 --> 00:13:22.360 if you guys are at a place where you can, feel free to jump 180 00:13:22.440 --> 00:13:28.360 in. So moving along Thoughes to my next point here is to the ability 181 00:13:28.440 --> 00:13:33.720 to build an authentic audience. Now, this is something that I have learned 182 00:13:33.879 --> 00:13:37.279 kind of the hard way, but once I learned it, I think it 183 00:13:37.440 --> 00:13:41.639 changed the way I create content, change the way that I show up, 184 00:13:41.679 --> 00:13:46.879 it changes the way that I research in develop shows, and this is really 185 00:13:46.879 --> 00:13:50.399 when you have a niche. It helps you, it gives you a chance 186 00:13:50.440 --> 00:13:54.279 to build a pure audience. So I preach this until I'm blue in the 187 00:13:54.279 --> 00:13:58.399 face, especially when it comes to sponsorship opportunities. Is I want a pure 188 00:13:58.440 --> 00:14:03.159 audience that I can go to a sponsor and say, Hey, here's who 189 00:14:03.200 --> 00:14:07.200 I'm catering to. I know my audience, I know what they want, 190 00:14:07.240 --> 00:14:09.559 I know where they're at, I know what they're doing and I'm really trying 191 00:14:09.600 --> 00:14:15.360 to curate content for them. So think quality over quantity and I think when 192 00:14:15.399 --> 00:14:18.600 you really focus the benefit of a niche, I should say I'm not tell 193 00:14:18.639 --> 00:14:20.840 you what to do, all right, I'm getting some pros and cons, 194 00:14:20.919 --> 00:14:26.159 but the pro is I can build that authentic audience in really capture their attention 195 00:14:26.200 --> 00:14:28.799 with the things that they want to know, love, trust. All this 196 00:14:28.879 --> 00:14:31.840 one things. All right. So that leads me to my next point, 197 00:14:31.919 --> 00:14:35.200 which is one of the number one questions, like, you know, one 198 00:14:35.240 --> 00:14:39.480 how do I grow my audience as a creator, to how do I make 199 00:14:39.480 --> 00:14:41.759 money as a creator? Like those are the two main questions I get all 200 00:14:41.799 --> 00:14:46.120 the time and I believe having a niche is one of those things. So 201 00:14:46.159 --> 00:14:48.360 when it comes to making money, there's a lot of different ways you can 202 00:14:48.399 --> 00:14:54.519 do this with with a niche. You know. One is you have sponsorships. 203 00:14:54.639 --> 00:14:56.120 I'll just talking about that. I've talked about it. I'm, you 204 00:14:56.120 --> 00:15:00.960 know, pretty well known for getting sponsors with small audience is with my fishing 205 00:15:00.960 --> 00:15:03.399 show and helping other people do the same, not just with fishing but with 206 00:15:03.440 --> 00:15:07.960 their niche target audience. So that's the first thing. Instead of going hey, 207 00:15:09.279 --> 00:15:11.440 potential sponsor, I get a million people listen to my show. That's, 208 00:15:11.480 --> 00:15:15.200 you know, all over the place, I can go that sponsor and 209 00:15:15.200 --> 00:15:18.440 say hey, I have this super niche audience. So that's one of the 210 00:15:18.039 --> 00:15:22.840 the benefits of that. As far as making money with the niche audience. 211 00:15:24.440 --> 00:15:26.480 Now the next thing, and that's all producer Jimmy jumped in. So over 212 00:15:26.519 --> 00:15:28.559 here on club house. If she wants to come up, feel free to 213 00:15:28.600 --> 00:15:31.639 raise your hand. No one wants to talk to me on Club House. 214 00:15:31.720 --> 00:15:35.240 So I don't have a round table. I have a I don't know what 215 00:15:35.279 --> 00:15:39.559 you call this when it's one person. So there's no round there's no roundness 216 00:15:39.679 --> 00:15:43.879 here. I'm a little round potentially, but anyway. So anyway. So 217 00:15:43.960 --> 00:15:46.600 then the next thing here make money. So we're talking about sponsors. Now 218 00:15:46.600 --> 00:15:50.320 we're talking about super fans. I just did this with the with the fishing 219 00:15:50.320 --> 00:15:54.879 show. So this is my second tier of monetization is to create a membership. 220 00:15:54.919 --> 00:15:58.919 So we created membership. So you got memberships, get courses, you 221 00:15:58.960 --> 00:16:03.279 got merge, and when you bring this community together, this niche, you 222 00:16:03.440 --> 00:16:08.559 can bring product to them or services to them. So even if it's like 223 00:16:08.639 --> 00:16:14.320 affiliate relationship stuff that you have, of it's building your own merge if it's, 224 00:16:14.360 --> 00:16:15.960 you know, doing your membership. But when it what it does, 225 00:16:17.039 --> 00:16:19.159 it brings this camaraderie around because everybody's in this niche. Everybody loves it, 226 00:16:19.159 --> 00:16:22.480 everybody loves podcast you know, like I'm obsessed with podcasting like a literally, 227 00:16:22.480 --> 00:16:26.039 I'm obsessed with podcasting, I'm obsessed with live streaming, I'm obsessed with content 228 00:16:26.120 --> 00:16:33.200 creation and I know if he dozen other people just like me and when we 229 00:16:33.279 --> 00:16:37.480 rally around something, will bring an idea to life, will get excited about 230 00:16:37.519 --> 00:16:40.799 it. And so I would rather have fifty of those people who are obsessed 231 00:16:40.879 --> 00:16:44.360 with my niche and when I drop a Tshirt or I drop an idea or 232 00:16:44.480 --> 00:16:48.320 drop a membership, they're on it like like sharks on a bloody well. 233 00:16:48.360 --> 00:16:51.639 You know, I didn't say that from the perspective of like being British, 234 00:16:51.720 --> 00:16:56.039 like a literal bloody well. So that's what I'm I'm trying to figure out. 235 00:16:56.039 --> 00:16:57.559 was like, okay, how do I create this really Niche Mark Market? 236 00:16:57.600 --> 00:17:00.200 So all these people and it's not just like Oh, Hey, are 237 00:17:00.200 --> 00:17:03.240 you going to join that or are you going to do that? No, 238 00:17:03.440 --> 00:17:04.359 like, dude, we're in this, we're in it, you know, 239 00:17:04.400 --> 00:17:08.440 we get to site, you know, Super Niche, tight, tight engage 240 00:17:08.559 --> 00:17:11.839 group of audience and when you have a niche, that's what you can build. 241 00:17:11.880 --> 00:17:15.319 And then there's other stuff too that you know, sometimes we don't think 242 00:17:15.319 --> 00:17:18.200 about as content creators. It's like, you know, if you're an expert 243 00:17:18.319 --> 00:17:21.599 or if you've aligned yourself as an expert as like a, you know, 244 00:17:21.680 --> 00:17:26.119 podcast coach or podcast launch person or monetization or whatever. I'm just using this 245 00:17:26.160 --> 00:17:33.519 podcast niche. Then the likelihood of you getting invited to other events, to 246 00:17:33.680 --> 00:17:37.319 speaking engagements, to be a guess on other people's live streams or their podcast 247 00:17:37.680 --> 00:17:42.279 I mean all this stuff that we're talking about, it comes from being consistent. 248 00:17:42.359 --> 00:17:47.519 So it consistent application of elementary things I learned a long time ago is 249 00:17:47.519 --> 00:17:52.960 going to get you way further than just everything to everybody. So that, 250 00:17:52.039 --> 00:17:56.279 in my opinion, these are the things that you know or beneficial of having 251 00:17:56.359 --> 00:18:00.160 a niche market and niche target and niche audience. Are Trying to build that. 252 00:18:00.880 --> 00:18:04.640 Now the Latin last pro here, and I'll get into some cons because 253 00:18:06.079 --> 00:18:08.720 I wanted to. I want to deliver up balanced perspective here. All right, 254 00:18:08.759 --> 00:18:12.279 there's some cons to it, I think. I'm not a hundred percent 255 00:18:12.359 --> 00:18:15.799 sure, but I think there is. But in the next pro here is 256 00:18:15.799 --> 00:18:22.240 it takes the guesswork out of relevant of like figuring out what are relevant topics 257 00:18:22.240 --> 00:18:27.599 and topic research. So part of podcasting. Part of content creation is not 258 00:18:27.680 --> 00:18:32.160 just being on the camera right. It's not just being on behind my microphone 259 00:18:32.200 --> 00:18:36.720 or hitting the record button, but it's literally preparing. It's literally showing up 260 00:18:36.720 --> 00:18:41.640 and saying, Hey, what is okay, sorry, I got distracted knees 261 00:18:41.680 --> 00:18:44.599 in the back chat. I'm going to actually switch this because, no, 262 00:18:47.559 --> 00:18:51.000 I get a little audio issue here in club Asso. Sorry, I'll typically 263 00:18:51.000 --> 00:18:53.759 do this this. Why? Don't like live streaming or multi shop. So 264 00:18:53.839 --> 00:18:56.559 clubhouse, give me a thumbs up. If that's audio is better. I 265 00:18:56.559 --> 00:19:00.519 just switched it out and we can see what happened. So anyway. But 266 00:19:00.559 --> 00:19:07.440 there's this whole preparation thing that goes behind before content creation. So one of 267 00:19:07.480 --> 00:19:11.359 the pros of having a niche is I can research way easier. I can 268 00:19:11.440 --> 00:19:15.559 get into a group of live streamers and go through the chats and go through 269 00:19:15.599 --> 00:19:19.240 the questions and figure out, like, is there a theme of a problem 270 00:19:19.359 --> 00:19:25.119 or a concern that I am an expert at solving that I can now create 271 00:19:25.200 --> 00:19:29.279 content around, because people are looking for it and there's a lot of people 272 00:19:29.440 --> 00:19:32.880 looking for the answer to this problem. So I can go to a clubhouse 273 00:19:33.000 --> 00:19:36.839 room, I can probably get like five topics and run out and create ten 274 00:19:36.839 --> 00:19:41.400 different videos on those five topics from my perspective as content creator, and so 275 00:19:41.440 --> 00:19:45.359 that's another part of a niche that is beneficial. So it got some people 276 00:19:45.480 --> 00:19:49.359 jumping in over here on on clubhouse school. Looks like that audio issue is 277 00:19:49.400 --> 00:19:52.759 fixed. I thought that was going to be a problem. Unfortunately, I 278 00:19:52.759 --> 00:19:57.279 don't know how to fix it in this moment. So if anybody's just joining, 279 00:19:57.279 --> 00:20:00.440 I'll kind of a little recap here. There's bunch of people jumping in 280 00:20:00.480 --> 00:20:04.160 on clubhouse. I'm talking about the difference between a niche in a non niche, 281 00:20:04.480 --> 00:20:07.640 kind of pros and cons of each one of those. This is supposed 282 00:20:07.640 --> 00:20:11.400 to be created a round table. However, it's not very round right now. 283 00:20:11.440 --> 00:20:15.480 Let's get one person here, which is yours truly. But you know 284 00:20:15.480 --> 00:20:17.720 what, the show must go on, so you try stuff, you throw 285 00:20:17.720 --> 00:20:19.480 them out against the wall. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't. But 286 00:20:19.599 --> 00:20:23.799 to give a little bit of recap on the pros of a niche, it 287 00:20:23.799 --> 00:20:27.440 allows you to position yourself as an expert. It builds confidence for you, 288 00:20:27.519 --> 00:20:30.480 build confidence for your audience to know what they're going to get when they get 289 00:20:30.480 --> 00:20:34.200 in your car. That's kind of weird. And creepy. It helps you 290 00:20:34.200 --> 00:20:38.880 build an authentic audience that you can then use to monetize, so through either 291 00:20:38.920 --> 00:20:44.759 memberships, sponsorships, you know, or other stuff like public speaking events, 292 00:20:44.759 --> 00:20:48.519 things like that. And then the last pro was it takes the guesswork out 293 00:20:48.599 --> 00:20:52.519 of what are people looking for? How can I help people? So these 294 00:20:52.559 --> 00:20:56.720 are some of the things that, you know, I believe as pros to 295 00:20:56.000 --> 00:21:02.319 having a niche audience. Now a couple of, you know, cons, 296 00:21:02.359 --> 00:21:04.000 which I would I don't know if I'll call them cons or not, but 297 00:21:04.039 --> 00:21:07.559 they are kind I guess it will calm cons just for the sake of the 298 00:21:07.559 --> 00:21:12.240 content here that people tend to push back on a little bit. So if 299 00:21:12.240 --> 00:21:15.519 I go to somebody and they go, man, I've been podcasting for a 300 00:21:15.519 --> 00:21:18.759 really long time and I would really love to make some money on my podcast, 301 00:21:18.799 --> 00:21:25.079 and I go cool, let's you know, let's see, you know, 302 00:21:25.119 --> 00:21:26.279 let's see what this is all about. All. By the way, 303 00:21:26.319 --> 00:21:30.400 I get some people here on a guild. I didn't realize I was on 304 00:21:30.440 --> 00:21:33.319 the wrong thing here, but anyway, I'm learning. I'm learning this platform. 305 00:21:33.960 --> 00:21:36.240 See some people joining me over here as well. And if you're on 306 00:21:36.279 --> 00:21:37.799 club house and you want to check out guild. Feel free to hit that 307 00:21:37.880 --> 00:21:41.680 link above. So one of the things that people often say to me when 308 00:21:41.720 --> 00:21:45.759 I when I say hey, let's let's figure out a niche, like you're 309 00:21:45.759 --> 00:21:49.240 you're trying to be all things all people. In my opinion, you can't 310 00:21:49.279 --> 00:21:53.400 really monetize as quickly by doing that without you know, could you're just trying 311 00:21:53.400 --> 00:21:57.440 to build a giant audience versus peer audience, more valuable audience quality, of 312 00:21:57.480 --> 00:22:02.440 a quality which already talked about. So a couple of the pushback questions I 313 00:22:02.480 --> 00:22:07.160 get is, well, what if I don't like my niche after I've already 314 00:22:07.200 --> 00:22:10.759 started? And this could happen. I mean, this happens to me. 315 00:22:10.799 --> 00:22:14.200 I mean I've done this, I've started to show where I'm like you know 316 00:22:14.240 --> 00:22:18.400 what, or even it's I started instagram account yesterday over something I thought was 317 00:22:18.440 --> 00:22:22.359 really funny and then by a time I got done solidifying the user name, 318 00:22:22.440 --> 00:22:26.359 I was like, wait a second, this doesn't really like, this isn't 319 00:22:26.400 --> 00:22:29.799 really part of my world. It just doesn't really make sense for me. 320 00:22:30.480 --> 00:22:33.359 So it's okay to change, you know, you you might start a live 321 00:22:33.359 --> 00:22:34.680 show, you might start a podcast, you might start them, you know, 322 00:22:36.000 --> 00:22:37.799 a book and you might get into it and you might just say, 323 00:22:37.799 --> 00:22:41.039 you know what, this isn't what I want to do and it's okay to 324 00:22:41.079 --> 00:22:45.240 stop and do something else. Or maybe you learn through that some other niche 325 00:22:45.319 --> 00:22:48.799 that you were really targeting. And I did this right. I did this 326 00:22:48.839 --> 00:22:51.880 as a podcaster. You know, people start asking me how to do you 327 00:22:51.920 --> 00:22:56.039 podcast and sure, I know, but I really didn't have a good system 328 00:22:56.039 --> 00:22:59.839 for that. And then people found I monetized the podcast and then it was 329 00:22:59.880 --> 00:23:02.359 like, oh, how do you do that? And then I just went 330 00:23:02.480 --> 00:23:06.680 ham on the monetization versus the launch and growing all that kind of stuff. 331 00:23:06.720 --> 00:23:10.640 So I really just kind of solidified my niche a little bit deeper. So 332 00:23:10.680 --> 00:23:12.680 if you start out, you know, if you start out big or you 333 00:23:12.680 --> 00:23:15.519 know, you start out with a knits, you don't like, you don't 334 00:23:15.559 --> 00:23:19.039 love it, don't have to do it. You can stop doing that podcast 335 00:23:19.119 --> 00:23:22.839 or that live show or whatever it is and do something else. The next 336 00:23:22.839 --> 00:23:26.480 thing is, I can't grow a big audience without a knit, with the 337 00:23:26.559 --> 00:23:32.559 with a niche. I love this because I went if you have said this 338 00:23:32.599 --> 00:23:37.920 before, if you're like, Hey, I have never I cannot build a 339 00:23:37.960 --> 00:23:42.880 big audience with a niche. I want you to ask yourself this one question, 340 00:23:44.000 --> 00:23:45.400 or let me ask you to you and you can answer. Have you 341 00:23:45.480 --> 00:23:51.400 tried? Because I've learned this and I tell the story all the time. 342 00:23:51.440 --> 00:23:53.640 I'll tell it for the people on Guild is. I was listening to a 343 00:23:53.640 --> 00:24:00.039 podcast and producer Jimmy is in the audience and in clubhouse here and it's one 344 00:24:00.079 --> 00:24:03.839 of the people that she co host with Glenna Geek. He has a Horse 345 00:24:03.960 --> 00:24:07.519 Radio Network show. I heard him on another podcast, Dave Jackson's podcast, 346 00:24:07.759 --> 00:24:11.400 and talking about the school podcasting and he was literally talking about how he went 347 00:24:11.480 --> 00:24:17.480 live every day for ninety minutes talk about horses and I thought, my God, 348 00:24:17.480 --> 00:24:21.920 like, who's listening to ninety minutes about horses? Horse people, people 349 00:24:21.920 --> 00:24:23.680 are obsessed with horses, people who spend five, ten, twenty, thirty, 350 00:24:23.759 --> 00:24:26.559 forty, fifty, a million bucks or whatever on a horse. That's 351 00:24:26.599 --> 00:24:30.440 who are listening to horses. And so that's where I get the idea to 352 00:24:30.440 --> 00:24:33.119 do a fishing show, a live stream fishing show, which turned into a 353 00:24:33.160 --> 00:24:37.119 podcast. Battla Blah, and so that is where I get the idea and 354 00:24:37.200 --> 00:24:41.880 I saw, and I have the biggest audience that I've ever had with any 355 00:24:41.920 --> 00:24:47.920 projects I've ever done personally with the fishing audience over anything else. People on 356 00:24:47.960 --> 00:24:52.799 clubhouse and facebook and instagram and even youtube probably know me as a content creator 357 00:24:52.839 --> 00:24:59.000 who creates content for other content creators. However, that is my smallest audience, 358 00:24:59.160 --> 00:25:03.599 that is my smallest amount of income is coming from these projects. These 359 00:25:03.720 --> 00:25:06.720 I do because I love them. This is what I love personal at the 360 00:25:06.799 --> 00:25:10.599 end of the day, this is my fishing. For most people, however, 361 00:25:10.759 --> 00:25:12.000 I love fishing and I wanted to learn how sal water fish, so 362 00:25:12.000 --> 00:25:17.960 I start Sol wider fishing podcast. Biggest audience I've ever had, fastest growing 363 00:25:18.000 --> 00:25:22.279 thing I've ever done, most scalable project I've ever had, the nichest thing 364 00:25:22.279 --> 00:25:25.559 I've ever done. Okay, so hopefully you're kind of getting the thing here 365 00:25:25.559 --> 00:25:29.680 of like, Oh, okay, niche audiences work. So if you don't 366 00:25:29.720 --> 00:25:32.880 think you can grow an audience with an Eiche, and I'm getting preachy because 367 00:25:32.880 --> 00:25:34.680 nobody talks to me, all right, so if you don't then you can 368 00:25:34.680 --> 00:25:37.599 grow an audience with a niche, then I dare you to try. That's 369 00:25:37.640 --> 00:25:40.920 my got one. I'm throwing the gauntlet down. I dare you. There's 370 00:25:40.920 --> 00:25:45.119 your challenge for the you know, next six months to a year, pick 371 00:25:45.160 --> 00:25:48.720 a niche, stay focused on it, serve the heck out of that niche 372 00:25:48.799 --> 00:25:52.880 and and see where you're at in six months to a year. Now here's 373 00:25:52.960 --> 00:25:56.759 the third thing, and this is what I will end on. As producer, 374 00:25:56.839 --> 00:26:00.160 Jimmy is coming up to the stage, I'll share my last thought, 375 00:26:00.200 --> 00:26:02.759 and this is perfect timing for her to jump up. Didn't expect it to 376 00:26:02.759 --> 00:26:06.119 go this way, but it is. And my three year olds on the 377 00:26:06.119 --> 00:26:11.119 other side of that door screaming, so you might hear him. But this 378 00:26:11.400 --> 00:26:17.680 is I can't think of content for a niche podcast because you and this is 379 00:26:17.720 --> 00:26:19.799 this is a challenge. But once again, I gave some ideas earlier. 380 00:26:21.400 --> 00:26:23.799 Jump into a clubhouse, rooms, facebook groups, other live streams, get 381 00:26:23.839 --> 00:26:26.759 in the comments, go to on Youtube and figure out what the questions are. 382 00:26:26.799 --> 00:26:33.200 I mean there's tons of ways to generate content and ideas. Do content 383 00:26:33.319 --> 00:26:36.640 that is disagreeing with someone else's content. Like Hey, I heard this person 384 00:26:36.720 --> 00:26:38.400 say, you know, you got to have a million followers to to get 385 00:26:38.480 --> 00:26:44.039 podcast monetization through sponsors. I fight those all day, every day, because 386 00:26:44.039 --> 00:26:45.759 I think their junk. At it's a lie. Okay, you don't have 387 00:26:45.839 --> 00:26:48.839 to get to know how to do it, but you don't have to have 388 00:26:48.880 --> 00:26:52.039 a million people listening to your show. But to keep it simple as a 389 00:26:52.240 --> 00:26:57.000 exercise, get a main topic. So I'm going to just say podcasting, 390 00:26:57.000 --> 00:27:00.920 because that's what I'm you know, I'm doing right now or whatever, is 391 00:27:00.920 --> 00:27:03.160 podcasting. So I got my main topic. And then maybe I get three 392 00:27:03.200 --> 00:27:07.480 subtopics. All right, so may I go to do podcast. So podcasting 393 00:27:07.519 --> 00:27:10.880 is my main topic. And then what are three things that fall under them? 394 00:27:11.079 --> 00:27:14.039 May it's talk about gear, it'll talk about growth. Maybe I'll talk 395 00:27:14.039 --> 00:27:18.200 about monetization. And then within those three topics, now I want to build 396 00:27:18.200 --> 00:27:22.319 out a little tree. What are three other topics of monetization, membership, 397 00:27:22.359 --> 00:27:26.279 sponsorships, you know, communally, growth or whatever, you know, like 398 00:27:26.319 --> 00:27:30.440 we're communally, like donations or something, I don't know, or products or 399 00:27:30.440 --> 00:27:34.960 merge. There we go. You know, growth, like instagram. You 400 00:27:34.960 --> 00:27:38.599 know, we're not instagram, like social media advertising, you know, pay. 401 00:27:38.759 --> 00:27:42.000 So unpaid, organic, paid, whatever. And I break these down 402 00:27:42.000 --> 00:27:45.839 into a little different tiers. And then gear. You can talk about gear 403 00:27:45.880 --> 00:27:48.920 all day. All Day, every day there's new piece of gear out there, 404 00:27:48.000 --> 00:27:52.359 no problem at all. So so to recap, the kind of the 405 00:27:52.359 --> 00:27:56.920 the cons or what people tell me. Your cons is one. What if 406 00:27:56.960 --> 00:28:00.319 I started niche and don't like it, start a new show to start a 407 00:28:00.319 --> 00:28:03.440 different show. I can't grow an audience with the niche. Have you tried? 408 00:28:03.680 --> 00:28:06.559 You should, because I've had a lot of success with it. And 409 00:28:06.599 --> 00:28:08.160 then, last but not least, it's really hard to come up with content 410 00:28:08.240 --> 00:28:12.960 ideas. There's content everywhere. This is not a problem. You got to 411 00:28:14.000 --> 00:28:15.319 think about it different and I'll tell you something and I'm going to get to 412 00:28:15.400 --> 00:28:18.519 producer Jimmy so I can get a drink of water. She's saving me. 413 00:28:18.880 --> 00:28:22.680 But one time I thought this and was in a different industry. I was 414 00:28:22.680 --> 00:28:26.000 speaking on a stage every single week and I told somebody like man, I 415 00:28:26.039 --> 00:28:30.519 cannot come up with one more thing to talk about, and they're like what 416 00:28:30.599 --> 00:28:33.799 have you heard that you really resonates with you, and I'm like, yeah, 417 00:28:33.880 --> 00:28:37.599 I can't talk about that because somebody else already talked about I got to 418 00:28:37.599 --> 00:28:38.640 come up with my own stuff. So I'm going to be original. No, 419 00:28:38.720 --> 00:28:42.519 I dude, nothing is original under the sun, so don't worry about 420 00:28:42.519 --> 00:28:48.160 originality of like whatever. Worry about your perspective and worried about what thoughts that 421 00:28:48.240 --> 00:28:53.359 you have to come to that content. So go out there. There's a 422 00:28:53.359 --> 00:28:57.680 ton of content, consume it, draw your opinions about a draw your perspective. 423 00:28:57.759 --> 00:29:00.079 Maybe it's the same, maybe it's different, maybe you agree, maybe 424 00:29:00.079 --> 00:29:04.559 you disagree, and start doing content that way. So this has been a 425 00:29:04.559 --> 00:29:08.720 ton of fun. Unfortunately for everyone watching, I no longer have my clubhouse 426 00:29:08.799 --> 00:29:14.160 screen on the screen because has some audio issues with it, but hopefully you 427 00:29:14.160 --> 00:29:15.519 can hear producer Jimmy is. I'm going to bring her on right now. 428 00:29:15.519 --> 00:29:19.799 Producer Jimmy, what's up, how are you? Hey, man, it's 429 00:29:19.839 --> 00:29:25.839 great to be here chat with you again as always. Man, such a 430 00:29:26.039 --> 00:29:30.359 such great content you got. You brought so many good coins. I love 431 00:29:30.359 --> 00:29:34.759 how you balance pros and cons of everything and I think, I think I 432 00:29:34.799 --> 00:29:41.680 was once again accidentally brilliant, because I think I've accidentally hacks how to podcast 433 00:29:41.799 --> 00:29:45.200 about any random thing that you want and not get thrown off kilter. And 434 00:29:45.680 --> 00:29:48.480 it's Dood like this. Do what I did. What I do is I 435 00:29:48.559 --> 00:29:52.200 built a network and I have a bunch of for job and as the executive 436 00:29:52.200 --> 00:29:56.400 producer, I can I get up here whenever I want. I can talk 437 00:29:56.440 --> 00:30:00.559 about this that the other, and I'm laughing, but this is true. 438 00:30:00.599 --> 00:30:06.200 Like so Florida podcast network. One of the shows that that came out a 439 00:30:06.200 --> 00:30:11.519 couple months ago so called exploration, and I got invited completely out of the 440 00:30:11.519 --> 00:30:18.319 blue to the grand opening of a local tech and innovation space just opened up 441 00:30:18.359 --> 00:30:22.519 at no verse Nova Southeastern University and kind of the for Lauderdale, northern Miami 442 00:30:22.599 --> 00:30:27.200 kind of area. So I went down there and before I left the House 443 00:30:27.240 --> 00:30:30.599 I had a last minute moment where I'm like, let me grab my microphones. 444 00:30:30.680 --> 00:30:34.240 I'm so glad I did, and so I did interviews while I was 445 00:30:34.279 --> 00:30:41.640 there, including with the chief information and innovation officer, who's ahead of the 446 00:30:41.680 --> 00:30:45.759 whole thing right now. On my show business in the bedroom, I it. 447 00:30:45.759 --> 00:30:51.920 It doesn't really fit exactly, kind of kind of out of scope. 448 00:30:52.039 --> 00:30:56.680 HMM. My other show, podcast, podcast also out of SCOPE. So 449 00:30:56.720 --> 00:31:00.440 I couldn't bring it in. I couldn't do that in one of my own 450 00:31:00.480 --> 00:31:04.240 shows, but I desperately wanted to have those interviews right so it's kind of 451 00:31:04.279 --> 00:31:10.119 like I'm not done with what I what I'm currently doing. I'm loving my 452 00:31:10.160 --> 00:31:15.039 show, but I had an opportunity to randomly podcast about something else so kind 453 00:31:15.039 --> 00:31:18.640 of to your point. If I have a niche, can I disrupt? 454 00:31:18.759 --> 00:31:23.720 Can I rock the boat by dropping in a random episode? Yeah, I'm 455 00:31:23.799 --> 00:31:27.839 think for them, for most people, the answers yes, it's a safe 456 00:31:27.960 --> 00:31:30.519 yes, you know, you can. You can play with your show and 457 00:31:30.559 --> 00:31:36.799 your audience and have fun with it. In my case, I have options. 458 00:31:36.880 --> 00:31:41.920 So what I'm gonna do is I'm taking those recordings, and they don't 459 00:31:41.920 --> 00:31:45.039 know this. You having to reach out to them and the hosts of texpiration. 460 00:31:45.079 --> 00:31:47.720 I'm going to get on that with them and say, do you like 461 00:31:47.759 --> 00:31:51.440 an inter with me talking about how I went down there, and then we're 462 00:31:51.440 --> 00:31:56.359 going to put it on their show. So I say all that to say 463 00:31:56.440 --> 00:31:59.720 this. Obviously not everyone in this room network that they could do what I 464 00:31:59.759 --> 00:32:01.880 just did. It's about to say like hold on, like maybe we should 465 00:32:01.920 --> 00:32:06.359 be doing a how to start your own network show, but here's here's what 466 00:32:06.440 --> 00:32:08.920 you can do, as if you have a single show, you can do 467 00:32:09.319 --> 00:32:14.400 is if something's coming up, let let's say, for example, I was 468 00:32:14.480 --> 00:32:19.079 going to a fishing tournament. No offense to anybody who's a fisherman, I 469 00:32:19.160 --> 00:32:22.000 would never go, but let's say it was. What are you fishing for 470 00:32:22.119 --> 00:32:24.440 hair producing. Jimmy, let's say I was going to fishing tournament. I 471 00:32:24.440 --> 00:32:29.119 could say hey, billy, I'm going to this really awesome, like the 472 00:32:29.160 --> 00:32:32.480 Grand Daddy a fishing tournaments, happens to be in my backyard over the weekend. 473 00:32:32.519 --> 00:32:36.640 Would you and I'm dying to go. I'm just excited and keen on 474 00:32:36.759 --> 00:32:39.200 like interviewing these people. Would you mind if I interviewed a bunch and then 475 00:32:39.200 --> 00:32:44.680 maybe you could consider it as content for your show? Would you say no 476 00:32:44.799 --> 00:32:49.799 to that, billy? Well, I know you live in Florida and you 477 00:32:49.839 --> 00:32:52.240 said your backyard, so I would say no because my my content is just 478 00:32:52.319 --> 00:32:57.960 for North Carolina. However, if I see what you did there and I 479 00:32:58.000 --> 00:33:01.720 think that is a genius idea, yeah, so, maybe, not really 480 00:33:01.759 --> 00:33:06.279 so, but if they're the fourtificial show, if you have the North Carolina, 481 00:33:06.319 --> 00:33:08.079 I'd be like yeah, that would be super dope, even as additional 482 00:33:08.200 --> 00:33:10.640 content, I would love to d I mean that's a great idea. By 483 00:33:10.680 --> 00:33:14.400 the way, thanks for sharing that. Stealing it. Yeah, sure, 484 00:33:14.480 --> 00:33:16.119 no problem. Yeah, it just occurred to me, yester, like this 485 00:33:16.200 --> 00:33:21.839 is not I obviously I'm in a position where I had the luxury be of 486 00:33:21.960 --> 00:33:24.279 knowing the shows and I produced that. So they they get say no, 487 00:33:25.000 --> 00:33:30.960 but just reaching out if there's a show that if if there's an opportunity to 488 00:33:30.960 --> 00:33:35.279 podcast about something that's completely out of scope for your own show but you really 489 00:33:35.319 --> 00:33:38.319 want to do it. Answer may not be creating a whole nother new show. 490 00:33:38.359 --> 00:33:44.079 It may just be finding opportunities to randomly guess, you know, give 491 00:33:44.119 --> 00:33:49.200 me a guest content contributor and someone else to show. Yeah, that's a 492 00:33:49.240 --> 00:33:52.279 great idea. I love that and I want to I want a real quick 493 00:33:52.400 --> 00:33:54.839 let people know in the audience. I see my friend Monty came in. 494 00:33:54.920 --> 00:33:58.720 I saw Johnny raised his hand earlier and I think he had to dip out 495 00:33:58.720 --> 00:34:01.240 for a second. Anyone is welcome to come up. I was talking about 496 00:34:01.240 --> 00:34:06.599 a niche audience versus a non niche audience. Would love to hear some other 497 00:34:06.599 --> 00:34:08.280 people saw its. If your Creator, you know what have you seen the 498 00:34:08.320 --> 00:34:14.119 most success with, and I do think this in producer Jimmy, on different 499 00:34:14.119 --> 00:34:17.360 platforms it means different things. Like you know, I started as an Amazon, 500 00:34:17.480 --> 00:34:22.320 my've creator, several months ago and I am still confused because I'm so 501 00:34:22.519 --> 00:34:28.199 niche. I mean that's how I've built this whole thing is by really choosing 502 00:34:28.239 --> 00:34:31.199 my audience, knowing my audience, in catering to the information that they want 503 00:34:31.199 --> 00:34:36.840 and need. And when I got on Amazon live, they're like, Oh, 504 00:34:37.000 --> 00:34:39.199 you can do content about whatever you want, and I was like what, 505 00:34:39.320 --> 00:34:44.000 excuse me, and here comes monty weaver. He's at also Amazon lives. 506 00:34:44.039 --> 00:34:45.800 He got me into it, but I'm still confused by it because I 507 00:34:45.800 --> 00:34:50.440 can be oh in, create content about anything I want to and it's okay 508 00:34:50.599 --> 00:34:52.559 and I can still make money. So yeah, it's pretty wild. But 509 00:34:53.719 --> 00:34:57.280 monty, what's up? My man, thanks for jumping in. I appreciate 510 00:34:57.320 --> 00:35:00.960 you jumping in here. It's going to really get this hear your voice again. 511 00:35:00.039 --> 00:35:02.480 It seems like it's been a lot since we've been in a clubhouse room 512 00:35:02.519 --> 00:35:06.320 together. I know man, well, I know you know what you need 513 00:35:06.360 --> 00:35:08.639 to do. You love video on live stream, maybe as much, probably 514 00:35:08.679 --> 00:35:13.360 more than I do. Click on the link above me and and come join 515 00:35:13.440 --> 00:35:15.920 me over on guild if you want to, if you are at a place 516 00:35:15.960 --> 00:35:17.519 where you can. Oh so, I can jump on video over there. 517 00:35:17.679 --> 00:35:22.079 Yeah, Dude, I oh, you know what I don't. Yeah, 518 00:35:22.079 --> 00:35:24.440 I'm going to say yes, yes, you can, but you might have 519 00:35:24.480 --> 00:35:28.679 to. You might have set up an account and then you can jump in. 520 00:35:29.440 --> 00:35:31.119 I'm still getting used to all the controls, but yeah, you'll like 521 00:35:31.199 --> 00:35:36.840 it. You'll like it a lot and can tell us about what you're what 522 00:35:36.840 --> 00:35:38.199 are you talking about? Because I'm not sure. I'm not aware of this 523 00:35:38.239 --> 00:35:43.159 soccware the time we talk about. Look at that. Everybody just like clicked 524 00:35:43.159 --> 00:35:45.639 in. Everybody went from Club House over there. So if you so, 525 00:35:45.679 --> 00:35:50.480 if you click into that link, it's a live streaming software or live stream 526 00:35:50.519 --> 00:35:53.679 platform called guild, created by ritual emotion, and that's why I'm live stream 527 00:35:53.760 --> 00:35:58.000 on now. So it's kind of like, in my thought process, it's 528 00:35:58.039 --> 00:36:04.480 like like if twitch, like, if like, if twitch, let's see, 529 00:36:04.679 --> 00:36:13.400 who else would it be? Twitch, clubhouse, and and and maybe 530 00:36:13.519 --> 00:36:16.159 zoom, if they all kind of had like this weird trieffective baby. That's 531 00:36:16.199 --> 00:36:20.199 what it is. So you can, you can literally jump in there, 532 00:36:20.239 --> 00:36:22.159 just like clubhouse. I can invite you to the stage. So I see 533 00:36:22.199 --> 00:36:24.199 there's a bunch of guests and there. If you want me to see your 534 00:36:24.280 --> 00:36:29.159 name, just create an account, maybe with your Google Account, really quickly, 535 00:36:29.199 --> 00:36:34.440 and then I can invite you onto the platform as a as a guest 536 00:36:34.480 --> 00:36:37.079 as a presenter and then bring you on stage and you can come on with 537 00:36:37.159 --> 00:36:43.119 video or video and audio. So yeah, and I'm not going to invite 538 00:36:43.159 --> 00:36:45.599 any guests because I just don't know who they are. But if you register, 539 00:36:45.679 --> 00:36:49.719 I can, I can invite you up there. So yeah, pretty 540 00:36:49.719 --> 00:36:54.760 cool. So it kind of likes moldropleas water spaces. Well, so I'm 541 00:36:54.800 --> 00:36:58.360 so yeah for you. Yes, because you have that task scam, so 542 00:36:58.400 --> 00:37:01.039 you can easily do what I'm doing, which is just restreaming your audio over 543 00:37:01.079 --> 00:37:06.159 to twitter spaces. But I'm live like video right now, so you can, 544 00:37:06.199 --> 00:37:08.159 as can see my new skinny face I've been working on. By the 545 00:37:08.159 --> 00:37:13.320 way, when you're up here, you're talking that you're joking about talking to 546 00:37:13.360 --> 00:37:15.239 yourself and how you don't like to do it. I'm like, wait a 547 00:37:15.239 --> 00:37:19.440 minute, I saw you doing it. I saw you do a little video 548 00:37:19.480 --> 00:37:22.880 where you play to different characters. Oh, that's not that's not talking to 549 00:37:22.920 --> 00:37:27.199 myself, though, that's talking to the other characters that live in my mind. 550 00:37:27.280 --> 00:37:30.239 You talking about that real you? Yeah, it was really clever. 551 00:37:30.559 --> 00:37:35.280 Oh, but I can never find fish. Well, you need to try. 552 00:37:36.400 --> 00:37:37.920 So okay, so this is this. I love that you said that 553 00:37:37.960 --> 00:37:42.800 producer, Jimmy, and if anybody's on my instagram and go check out my 554 00:37:42.840 --> 00:37:45.320 rules, go check out maybe like the last one I did, I think 555 00:37:45.320 --> 00:37:50.000 this one you're talking about. And speaking of getting ideas for content creation, 556 00:37:50.079 --> 00:37:52.480 there's a guy on Instagram, please. Name is Andrew Russa or something. 557 00:37:52.480 --> 00:37:58.440 He's a comedian and he does that style of rials all the time. So 558 00:37:58.719 --> 00:38:01.679 funny. Yes, yeah, and so I I didn't come up with that, 559 00:38:01.920 --> 00:38:07.400 you know format, that idea, all that kind of stuff, you 560 00:38:07.440 --> 00:38:08.400 know. So I'm like, I didn't come up with it, but now 561 00:38:08.480 --> 00:38:14.079 I'm using that same, you know format, probably way less funny, but 562 00:38:14.159 --> 00:38:16.239 it works for me, you know for sure. So I went to I 563 00:38:16.280 --> 00:38:20.199 see James Scott is over here. James, if you're on a place where 564 00:38:20.199 --> 00:38:22.159 you can jump in, feel free to do that. I believe that's James 565 00:38:22.199 --> 00:38:25.280 Scott jumped in and I see monty over there. I'm going to I'm going 566 00:38:25.320 --> 00:38:30.280 to bring Monty in Monterey and Florida. By the way, I see your 567 00:38:30.320 --> 00:38:34.639 dolfin. I'm just curious. Now I'm in Virginia. Well, I forgive 568 00:38:34.679 --> 00:38:37.159 you. Okay, Cantara Carr Oh, I was about to say. I 569 00:38:37.199 --> 00:38:39.159 was about to say Vermont I was like, way off. Yeah, he's 570 00:38:39.199 --> 00:38:44.199 in Vermont. Oh, let's see, it says somebody's raising their hand on 571 00:38:44.280 --> 00:38:46.599 clubhouse, but I don't see him. I'm going to make you a I'm 572 00:38:46.639 --> 00:38:50.800 going to make you a moderator. Don't know. No pressure to stay. 573 00:38:51.239 --> 00:38:59.360 I'm leaving immediately. In monty, whenever I see your your picture come up 574 00:38:59.360 --> 00:39:02.639 there, I will bring you on. I think I'll figure out how what 575 00:39:02.679 --> 00:39:07.239 it might be a glitch, because MONTY's up here. He's up none. 576 00:39:07.360 --> 00:39:12.000 I'm talking about I'm talking about my Gild got got here. Yeah, sorry, 577 00:39:12.000 --> 00:39:15.559 I'm confused. I'm confused to. Don't worry, I'm the one presenting. 578 00:39:15.880 --> 00:39:17.800 Are Doing the thing. Great billing. We'll just a little edit this, 579 00:39:17.880 --> 00:39:21.320 form our memories this a little moment here. What you doing? Great. 580 00:39:23.039 --> 00:39:27.079 So, producer, Jimmy. Let's so we've talked about niches. If 581 00:39:27.119 --> 00:39:29.639 you've been a hasiting questions, by the way, feel free to raise your 582 00:39:29.679 --> 00:39:31.599 hand, come up or drop them in the side chat or the chat over 583 00:39:31.719 --> 00:39:37.599 here in guild and we can answer those for you. I would prefer you 584 00:39:37.719 --> 00:39:40.519 keep it about niche markets and niche audiences and that kind of thing. However, 585 00:39:40.559 --> 00:39:44.239 if you have some general podcasting questions. As long as it's not about 586 00:39:44.239 --> 00:39:46.719 a trrs cable, will be happy to take a look at them. So 587 00:39:49.119 --> 00:39:52.159 all right. So maybe MONTY's have a little Internet connection issues there something we'll 588 00:39:52.199 --> 00:39:55.920 see. We'll see. I don't know, Monty, you okay, you're 589 00:39:55.920 --> 00:40:00.199 still in club house with us and you might have to join on your desk. 590 00:40:00.280 --> 00:40:05.039 Well, you'd probably join on your desktop anyway. So so, producer, 591 00:40:05.119 --> 00:40:07.199 Jimmy, let's jump back over to you, because we still got a 592 00:40:07.239 --> 00:40:10.079 little time here and I'm having a lot of fun talking more people than just 593 00:40:10.239 --> 00:40:15.559 myself. But how's Florid Man News going? Is going well. It is 594 00:40:15.719 --> 00:40:23.519 going so well I'm beyond tickled. I'm so excited because I've been this has 595 00:40:23.599 --> 00:40:28.039 been a dream in the making for me creating the show, because I was 596 00:40:28.119 --> 00:40:34.119 a such a fan of jol and old show for years and I if you 597 00:40:34.199 --> 00:40:37.239 know my story about how I got into podcasting in the first place, and 598 00:40:37.280 --> 00:40:40.159 it was my my fight to bring my radio show that I love so much 599 00:40:40.320 --> 00:40:44.639 back on the air, and that landed ended up kind of rolling into me 600 00:40:44.760 --> 00:40:49.119 being a podcaster. Say, I guess this is kind of a repeat. 601 00:40:49.679 --> 00:40:53.280 I just realize, you know Joel's show had to end because it's cohost for 602 00:40:53.400 --> 00:40:58.000 work reasons, had to stop and I wasn't a happy camper. So I 603 00:40:58.079 --> 00:41:00.840 knew as soon as I had an opportunity to bring a show about Florida man 604 00:41:01.480 --> 00:41:06.840 onto Florida podcast network, there is only one person I had in mind and 605 00:41:06.960 --> 00:41:12.719 when he said Yes to the dress I was very excited. And so and 606 00:41:12.880 --> 00:41:15.320 so we chatted about, you know, how to present it, because now 607 00:41:15.400 --> 00:41:20.159 we'll go from a cohost to show to a solo show, and he came 608 00:41:20.280 --> 00:41:22.760 up, we come up the idea of him doing it kind of anchorman style, 609 00:41:23.079 --> 00:41:27.320 Gosh, and he's nailing it and so it's being really, really well 610 00:41:27.400 --> 00:41:31.039 received. Thank you again for highlighting it on Friday. That was so awesome 611 00:41:31.159 --> 00:41:37.000 of you. But the numbers are incredible and we're just getting started and we 612 00:41:37.119 --> 00:41:43.000 haven't even done any major pushes. Like there's some there's some exposure partnerships that 613 00:41:43.039 --> 00:41:45.079 I'm working on, and so none of us even started yet. So I 614 00:41:46.000 --> 00:41:50.480 man, I can it's already. Don't tell anybody, but it's already surpassed 615 00:41:50.559 --> 00:41:53.480 to at least for a week worth of worth downlows. It's all. Oh, 616 00:41:53.559 --> 00:41:58.760 technically only six days it's already outpacing two of our other shows. It's 617 00:41:58.920 --> 00:42:01.480 that it's doing that well. So I won't tell anybody. I'll let you 618 00:42:01.639 --> 00:42:07.360 do that break the news later. Well, I figured it would. Man. 619 00:42:07.400 --> 00:42:09.239 I mean that is such a funny show. Like I can't I mean 620 00:42:09.280 --> 00:42:13.840 I was pretty hooked when he said. What was that? He said like 621 00:42:13.960 --> 00:42:17.880 peeping a pickle and the guy's pooper or whatever. I discta police one can 622 00:42:17.960 --> 00:42:22.239 keep peep of pooper and a pastors out of people. Pickle in a pastor's 623 00:42:22.320 --> 00:42:25.280 Pooper, something like it was. I don't know if it's a pastor's pooper 624 00:42:25.400 --> 00:42:30.800 like that. That got a little weird. But Oh, Monty, one 625 00:42:30.880 --> 00:42:34.079 of the stories they be up. I hope it wasn't that one. I 626 00:42:34.119 --> 00:42:36.519 don't remember that one. What's up, Monty, how's it going? Man, 627 00:42:36.599 --> 00:42:40.360 you're over here on guild now. Maybe I think you're muted, though. 628 00:42:42.559 --> 00:42:50.199 I don't hear you. I still don't hear you. Maybe there we 629 00:42:50.280 --> 00:42:52.079 go. There we go, there we go. MONTY teaches people tech. 630 00:42:52.119 --> 00:42:55.519 If anybody's interested, he can help you out. I got to learn. 631 00:42:55.679 --> 00:42:59.519 Got To learn a new platform, like thirty seconds. That's what I just 632 00:42:59.559 --> 00:43:00.960 all right, that's all. I'm saying like get over here, come on, 633 00:43:01.440 --> 00:43:06.960 let's go. Yeah, man, I was on a call. I 634 00:43:07.159 --> 00:43:08.800 was like, let me jump over here. Love the conversation. Nich or 635 00:43:08.880 --> 00:43:13.719 no niche right now. I think it's changing, billy. I think. 636 00:43:13.960 --> 00:43:19.079 I think as things continue to evolve, we consistantly go through these cycles and 637 00:43:19.199 --> 00:43:23.079 I know one point we had just do what you want and the niche cycle 638 00:43:23.239 --> 00:43:27.079 and somebody said, I like, hold on, man. Somebody said they 639 00:43:27.119 --> 00:43:30.079 can't hear you. Do I need to term my audio back on for a 640 00:43:30.119 --> 00:43:34.360 clubhouse, I can hear them just fine on clubhouse. That that helps. 641 00:43:34.519 --> 00:43:37.320 Okay. So, okay, so clubhouse can hear you. Gearish said he 642 00:43:37.400 --> 00:43:42.039 can't hear you. I don't know why, but club houses had his own 643 00:43:42.159 --> 00:43:45.400 clutches the last couple of days, so maybe it's maybe it's a clubhouse clatch. 644 00:43:45.840 --> 00:43:50.639 However, gears did tell me that he's watching here and on clubhouse. 645 00:43:51.280 --> 00:43:54.000 So somebody else can't hear him, let me know, but it's only one 646 00:43:54.039 --> 00:43:59.360 person. So sorry. Monty so said the landscape was changing. Like scape 647 00:43:59.440 --> 00:44:00.960 is. It's changing a little bit. Where we had, you know, 648 00:44:01.079 --> 00:44:04.239 kind of show up. As long as you show up, you're good, 649 00:44:04.440 --> 00:44:07.480 you know, create something and then it was you got a niche down, 650 00:44:07.559 --> 00:44:12.119 because if you don't niche down, then you're going to be talking to not 651 00:44:12.360 --> 00:44:15.079 you don't know. You who your ideal audiences, if you don't niche down 652 00:44:15.119 --> 00:44:17.440 and they won't know who you are. But I think is in, you 653 00:44:17.599 --> 00:44:23.280 know, because we're in this live shopping area arena now and a lot of 654 00:44:24.199 --> 00:44:28.920 companies and brands that we work with they kind of just need content, and 655 00:44:29.079 --> 00:44:31.360 so I think what happened was for us, I won't speak for you, 656 00:44:31.559 --> 00:44:36.360 I know for me, like I was creating content for my niche and other 657 00:44:36.559 --> 00:44:38.559 niches said, Oh, I think that guy can create content for us as 658 00:44:38.599 --> 00:44:43.840 well. So they just really want content created. They need a face and 659 00:44:43.880 --> 00:44:47.360 they need someone with a skill set of creating content, and I think that 660 00:44:47.760 --> 00:44:52.880 is its own business in itself, you know, just to be a content 661 00:44:52.039 --> 00:44:55.880 creator. Literally be a content creator. If this company needs you, okay, 662 00:44:55.880 --> 00:44:59.199 I can create content for this company. Literally. I was out this 663 00:44:59.280 --> 00:45:04.440 weekend with my nephews and we were driving OURC cars. Now, I don't 664 00:45:04.760 --> 00:45:07.480 know anything about RC cars, never owned an RC car prior to a company 665 00:45:07.559 --> 00:45:12.000 reaching out saying can you create a video for us? Sure, so I 666 00:45:12.119 --> 00:45:15.920 gave us time to bond, hang out, drive these cars around. Even 667 00:45:15.079 --> 00:45:17.960 sent us a couple drones. You know, I'm glad I can crist their 668 00:45:19.039 --> 00:45:22.880 drones and that spend money and crash my own, but I was flying these 669 00:45:22.960 --> 00:45:29.079 devices and creating content and having fun. But that's not really my main error 670 00:45:29.159 --> 00:45:32.960 area. Like I like talking live streaming and tech that specifically as my niche. 671 00:45:34.039 --> 00:45:37.000 So yeah, I think the last escape is changing a little bit again, 672 00:45:37.079 --> 00:45:42.400 where if you create content in general and just know who you're creating it 673 00:45:42.639 --> 00:45:47.639 for and just being position correctly, I think that, you know, you 674 00:45:47.760 --> 00:45:53.239 don't necessarily have to Nie Down Anymore. Okay, yeah, yeah, you 675 00:45:53.280 --> 00:45:57.480 know, I'm still getting used to that. I'm still getting used to in 676 00:45:57.639 --> 00:46:00.599 Scifi's a little distracted. Some people are saying they can't see you, which 677 00:46:00.119 --> 00:46:04.400 I'm not really sure why, because we're bringing in. I can see you 678 00:46:04.559 --> 00:46:07.800 fine. I'm not really sure why the audience can't see is. So I 679 00:46:07.000 --> 00:46:10.840 just have a virtual camera coming in and you have your your camera. You 680 00:46:10.880 --> 00:46:15.400 are you doing a virtual camera as well, selling in straight off my black 681 00:46:15.480 --> 00:46:19.679 magic device? Okay, got you. So. But Yeah, man, 682 00:46:19.719 --> 00:46:22.920 I you know, I'm getting used to that, because I do think there 683 00:46:22.039 --> 00:46:24.400 is that mon position thing through brands. You know, I've talked about this 684 00:46:24.440 --> 00:46:29.480 a million times, where it's like hey, there's a lot of value in 685 00:46:30.039 --> 00:46:34.079 just being a creator and having that skill set. I think for the average, 686 00:46:34.519 --> 00:46:37.480 you know, creator who's like I really want to grow an audience, 687 00:46:37.119 --> 00:46:39.159 I do think you have to focus on something. So, Monty, you 688 00:46:39.280 --> 00:46:45.400 have over twenty, I mean probably close twenty, Fivezero people who are on 689 00:46:45.639 --> 00:46:50.559 your your youtube channel. Was that from niche? Was that from staying in 690 00:46:50.599 --> 00:46:53.519 your world, stinging your niche, or is that from creating content about anything 691 00:46:53.559 --> 00:46:59.760 and everything? Yeah, I think platform is is super important to the conversation 692 00:47:00.199 --> 00:47:05.320 because, like Youtube, I have to niche down. Otherwise no one would 693 00:47:05.400 --> 00:47:07.480 come and follow me, because if I'm talking about tech one day and then 694 00:47:08.079 --> 00:47:13.320 how to drive our C cars the next day and then pokemon cards the third 695 00:47:13.400 --> 00:47:17.719 day, they wouldn't know why follow me. But if I'm creating content and 696 00:47:17.920 --> 00:47:24.039 I'm selling content that's not associated with my personal brand, I think that's a 697 00:47:24.079 --> 00:47:30.079 whole different conversation in itself. Guy May never know who monty weaver is, 698 00:47:30.320 --> 00:47:36.400 but he's the person that created the content and that's in the videos and the 699 00:47:36.679 --> 00:47:39.719 brand is the one that has the audience. There the niche. The brand 700 00:47:39.920 --> 00:47:44.760 is the niche. So I think platform is definitely import but yeah, Youtube 701 00:47:44.920 --> 00:47:49.960 is is is tech, it's live streaming, and so I did niche down. 702 00:47:50.159 --> 00:47:52.920 I kind of talked, I even was a little broad social media and 703 00:47:53.039 --> 00:47:57.719 tech, and then I even narrowed it down to just tech. I actually 704 00:47:57.760 --> 00:48:00.679 did a video about clubhouse using club deck. You know how to use it 705 00:48:00.719 --> 00:48:05.599 from the computer, because that's how I typically listen to clubhouse. That video 706 00:48:05.760 --> 00:48:09.800 is not performing well, which doesn't really surprise me because my audience has no 707 00:48:10.559 --> 00:48:14.960 idea of what the clubhouse he've been his really ye know, live streaming and 708 00:48:15.360 --> 00:48:17.840 everything associated with that. All right, yeah, that makes sense, man. 709 00:48:17.920 --> 00:48:22.840 So I guess that does. Like the different platforms, different niches, 710 00:48:22.960 --> 00:48:24.639 different goals, and that's one thing. You know, I think sometimes we 711 00:48:24.800 --> 00:48:30.000 try to create. Now somebody says they're getting feedback. I'm trying to I'm 712 00:48:30.000 --> 00:48:31.599 trying to make a little bit. I'm trying to make everybody happy. So 713 00:48:31.679 --> 00:48:36.480 I think I have, if I okay, so here's what's happening. If 714 00:48:36.679 --> 00:48:38.440 hold on, can you hear me? Still? Can? Okay, you 715 00:48:38.480 --> 00:48:44.880 can, probably don't back. Our clubhouse is winning well. clubhouses ran through 716 00:48:45.199 --> 00:48:50.079 a trrs, so it's a little bit different. So I'm I didn't route 717 00:48:50.119 --> 00:48:57.679 the audio from I didn't route the audio from here to to e Cam. 718 00:48:59.000 --> 00:49:00.039 You know what I'm going to do? Hold on one second, let me, 719 00:49:00.199 --> 00:49:04.480 let me figure this out. Wait a second, let me just do 720 00:49:04.639 --> 00:49:12.920 this. I'm going to change my audio from virtual mic to this. Now 721 00:49:13.000 --> 00:49:15.480 let me see if this works. Now, now, give me a little 722 00:49:15.519 --> 00:49:20.079 something, monty billy over here working and getting paid to figure it out at 723 00:49:20.119 --> 00:49:23.079 the same time. My Gosh, that's what I like to do myself. 724 00:49:23.280 --> 00:49:28.039 Now, clubhouse. All right, can you hear me now? Just kidding. 725 00:49:28.159 --> 00:49:30.480 I'm just kidding. com down, I just kid all right. So 726 00:49:30.639 --> 00:49:34.079 now, Monty, now, now, Monty Tacolst, if we can hear 727 00:49:34.159 --> 00:49:37.320 you, I check one, two three. Due, what is happening? 728 00:49:37.880 --> 00:49:42.679 I'm getting this all messed up. I'm going back to I'M gonna go back 729 00:49:42.760 --> 00:49:45.800 over here. Tell I had set up. Like give me a little chat 730 00:49:45.920 --> 00:49:47.599 right now. So, if I can hear you, my check. One, 731 00:49:49.000 --> 00:49:52.960 two three. Today we're talking about the creative round table, niche or 732 00:49:53.079 --> 00:49:58.280 no nichels, the creating daily, where we held content creators break stuff. 733 00:49:59.320 --> 00:50:04.880 So so, for whatever reason, the people over in clubhouse can't hear you 734 00:50:06.480 --> 00:50:07.880 or not club mouse, I'm sorry, class is good. This is why 735 00:50:07.880 --> 00:50:12.719 I don't multi stream. This is why I'm like becoming an anti multi streamer, 736 00:50:12.719 --> 00:50:15.000 because clubhouse is good. But I think what's happening is I don't have 737 00:50:15.159 --> 00:50:22.639 your audio, Monty, rounded through my road caster or through through Ekam, 738 00:50:22.840 --> 00:50:27.199 and I'm using km virtual mic to get to you. I don't know why 739 00:50:27.239 --> 00:50:30.519 they can't hear you. Just come over to guild John, wherever you're at. 740 00:50:30.239 --> 00:50:37.760 The clubhouse, Monty, still a clubhouse now? Or Hey, your 741 00:50:37.840 --> 00:50:40.679 microphone here and come alive. Use Your Mica on clubhouse and see what happens. 742 00:50:42.159 --> 00:50:45.320 All Right, so I'll mute one life. This isn't a good fit, 743 00:50:45.599 --> 00:50:49.800 by the way, but ready, now we're on muted on Club House 744 00:50:49.880 --> 00:50:54.800 and I'm here at myself. Now, now you're hearing Oh, you know 745 00:50:54.840 --> 00:50:59.199 why you're hearing yourself, because I got you going through that second work. 746 00:51:01.239 --> 00:51:05.880 Oh, anyway, all right, can you hear me? Liz and Melanie, 747 00:51:06.199 --> 00:51:08.639 we're just working out some tech kinks. This is really an excuse to 748 00:51:08.760 --> 00:51:15.039 work out tech. You thought it was value, but it was Oh my 749 00:51:15.280 --> 00:51:22.400 God, oh my Gosh, dude, your voice just sound like something create. 750 00:51:22.480 --> 00:51:27.119 Okay, so John John just jumped down and bring John up here because 751 00:51:27.159 --> 00:51:29.880 he can tell me what's happening. Is that what that was? I would 752 00:51:29.920 --> 00:51:36.079 have never maybe if he can come up anyway. All right, so I 753 00:51:36.119 --> 00:51:40.400 don't know what we're talking about actually. So does matter? All right, 754 00:51:40.480 --> 00:51:45.519 let's go, let's heard. I'm in. It'll be quick. I'm rebranding 755 00:51:45.880 --> 00:51:51.320 my my other show business in the bedroom, and the reason I'm rebranding it 756 00:51:52.719 --> 00:52:00.679 is I'm nitching it more down because while it was it's great shows. Man 757 00:52:00.760 --> 00:52:04.159 Did I guess some great engagement on that show. I realized there are a 758 00:52:04.199 --> 00:52:08.840 lot of people who can talk very well about starting a business, boottrapping a 759 00:52:08.920 --> 00:52:15.480 business, creating going from having a side hustle until a fulltime Gig. And 760 00:52:15.679 --> 00:52:16.719 I'm not a lot, a lot of people, but there's a good, 761 00:52:16.760 --> 00:52:20.920 healthy number of people who could talk about that. And I also personally have 762 00:52:21.000 --> 00:52:25.159 felt like my chapter on speaking on that is kind of complete. And so 763 00:52:25.239 --> 00:52:30.920 I'm niching by leaning into and inching down, by leaning further into the thing 764 00:52:30.159 --> 00:52:35.400 that I'm one of the few people who could talk about really, really well, 765 00:52:35.920 --> 00:52:39.880 and that is about how do you build your brand through using a podcast, 766 00:52:40.360 --> 00:52:44.880 and that's something that I've done myself helped other people do, as it's 767 00:52:44.920 --> 00:52:49.039 a backboat of my business and is what people are constantly coming to to me 768 00:52:49.239 --> 00:52:53.760 for questions on. So I realized that me niching down even further is going 769 00:52:53.800 --> 00:52:58.159 to strengthen my brand and a lot of different ways. So I just wanted 770 00:52:58.159 --> 00:53:00.880 to let you you know about that at that into the conversation. How you 771 00:53:00.960 --> 00:53:02.960 think about that? Oh Yeah, I love it. Thanks you. You 772 00:53:04.079 --> 00:53:07.719 just saved us that. That's how you know a season podcast for like Tex 773 00:53:07.800 --> 00:53:09.679 Shuggles, not worse. You should be a live streamer producer. Jim, 774 00:53:09.840 --> 00:53:13.639 throw that microphone. I mean don't throw the microphone away, just add a 775 00:53:13.679 --> 00:53:15.719 camera to it. I said I was having a lot of fun. It 776 00:53:15.840 --> 00:53:17.960 wasn't on live stream, but I was having the time my life the other 777 00:53:19.119 --> 00:53:23.440 day running that that podfast room and playing the heavy birthday song. I was 778 00:53:23.559 --> 00:53:28.199 using my mix cast sound pads like nobody's business. I was at having a 779 00:53:28.239 --> 00:53:31.000 good time but also funny. Should ask and them. I'll shut up so 780 00:53:31.039 --> 00:53:37.719 you can welcome John that. I had to put a video reel together the 781 00:53:37.840 --> 00:53:39.960 other day. A potential client wanted to see some some video stuff. So 782 00:53:39.960 --> 00:53:45.280 I was pulling forward feet of places and I realized there's a pretty decent amount 783 00:53:45.280 --> 00:53:50.039 of content of me on video and like, Huh, I'm actually not bad, 784 00:53:50.239 --> 00:53:52.920 and you know by journey with being on video, you ways it. 785 00:53:53.039 --> 00:53:55.760 Just wanted to hear that. Me Be that I actually might like myself on 786 00:53:55.880 --> 00:54:00.400 video. Now, billy, I love it. I love it. Yeah, 787 00:54:00.440 --> 00:54:02.519 I think you do. You stood after a while, like I don't 788 00:54:02.519 --> 00:54:06.000 know, when I first started doing video, I didn't like it. But 789 00:54:06.079 --> 00:54:08.000 I tell you another good exercise. Just do a daily show and you stop 790 00:54:08.199 --> 00:54:12.519 caring a little bit more every day, like a little bit less, a 791 00:54:12.559 --> 00:54:15.320 little bit less, little bit less, and then eventually you're just like at 792 00:54:15.480 --> 00:54:19.920 whatever, I don't care. What's up John, thanks for holding down facebook 793 00:54:20.000 --> 00:54:27.079 over there. Sorry, I don't have I don't have Monte's audio rounded properly. 794 00:54:27.119 --> 00:54:30.039 I did not think about I actually ran into this issue before, so 795 00:54:30.239 --> 00:54:36.360 I apologize, man, but what's up? John? Can Get maybe John, 796 00:54:36.400 --> 00:54:39.840 just get here drinking to hear me your I'm mute. Are you talking? 797 00:54:43.320 --> 00:54:45.840 Okay, maybe he's not talking. All right. Anyway, back to 798 00:54:46.159 --> 00:54:50.800 some Monte, are you still on? You're still over here on guild, 799 00:54:51.480 --> 00:54:55.239 almost if I can hear you. Yeah, audio on guild. You Dude 800 00:54:55.400 --> 00:55:00.920 on Club House. All right, so I got a route your audio to 801 00:55:00.559 --> 00:55:06.679 e Cam because I'm using it late a second. Yeah, this sounds like 802 00:55:06.760 --> 00:55:08.920 a sound like Yo. Yeah, I know right, like what, it's 803 00:55:08.960 --> 00:55:13.119 not Tuesday night. Shut up, start talking about audio. By the way, 804 00:55:13.119 --> 00:55:15.159 if you guys want to do sound check stuff, there's a good soundcheck 805 00:55:15.320 --> 00:55:21.519 room on on Tuesday nights, the roadcaster pro room. All right. Anybody 806 00:55:21.519 --> 00:55:22.679 else have any thoughts? John, if you're there, man, just feel 807 00:55:22.719 --> 00:55:29.440 free to come off Mike and tell us you know whatnot tell us. Hello. 808 00:55:29.519 --> 00:55:32.280 I see year, Garish, knee, Joseph Guy, Sheryl Kendrick, 809 00:55:32.320 --> 00:55:37.679 everybody's in the house. Appreciate you guys jumping in over on clubhouse. If 810 00:55:37.679 --> 00:55:40.840 you want to check out guild, feel free to jump over. Hit that 811 00:55:42.000 --> 00:55:45.960 link. Come on over and check it out. And I'm still learning the 812 00:55:45.079 --> 00:55:52.519 ropes, apparently. Let's see. All right, cool. So, yeah, 813 00:55:52.599 --> 00:55:54.480 chats going everywhere. This is awesome. Mounty, thanks for jumping in. 814 00:55:55.239 --> 00:56:00.880 This is a good test. Good time, good times. Yeah, 815 00:56:00.000 --> 00:56:02.920 we're here working in the background myself, so you know, yeah, right, 816 00:56:04.119 --> 00:56:07.079 just hanging out on the that's what I did yesterday. So I've been 817 00:56:07.119 --> 00:56:10.599 having some ECAM troubles with an interview mode and then I jump in km live 818 00:56:12.199 --> 00:56:15.840 community and I put my link out on my camping but I wants to join. 819 00:56:15.079 --> 00:56:19.000 Next thing I know, I got like five, four, five people 820 00:56:19.159 --> 00:56:21.920 on and we're all just like hanging out. I'm like, I gotta go. 821 00:56:22.079 --> 00:56:24.960 I get to go do something else. So let's see. So, 822 00:56:25.199 --> 00:56:30.400 Kendrick says, my niches people without healthcare, rocking a chronic illness, disabled 823 00:56:30.599 --> 00:56:36.599 parents and no state assistants. That is a niche. That is a niche 824 00:56:36.679 --> 00:56:40.320 that you definitely serve well, so appreciate you sharing that. All right. 825 00:56:40.400 --> 00:56:44.519 Well, I think that is it, this turn from like a regular show 826 00:56:44.840 --> 00:56:51.840 to hanging out sharing some thoughts about niche audiences to tech support. So really, 827 00:56:51.880 --> 00:56:53.840 I'm on. I'm on. Oh there is what's up John? Let's 828 00:56:54.519 --> 00:56:57.679 sorry about that, man. I guess the both of us are running into 829 00:56:57.679 --> 00:57:02.800 trouble today. I just download the APP on PC for the club deck, 830 00:57:04.079 --> 00:57:07.639 you know, like yeah, and I guess I couldn't figure it out, 831 00:57:07.800 --> 00:57:13.119 but I switched open to my phone. Dude, I hate that APP, 832 00:57:13.440 --> 00:57:16.360 club deck. I downloaded it. I used it once flawlessly. It was. 833 00:57:16.519 --> 00:57:21.039 It was amazing. Yeah, and then I jump back on like the 834 00:57:21.119 --> 00:57:24.119 next day and they like did not work. Yeah, however, however, 835 00:57:24.800 --> 00:57:28.119 you know, maybe I'm not as techy as I think I am, since 836 00:57:28.320 --> 00:57:31.519 I can't get this audio rounded for properly. So, see, that's all 837 00:57:31.599 --> 00:57:35.760 right, that's all right. But anyway, so you couldn't hear it all. 838 00:57:35.840 --> 00:57:37.719 You can just hear me and you can just see me too. You 839 00:57:37.760 --> 00:57:45.199 can't even see Monty, is that right? Yeah, yeah, I couldn't 840 00:57:45.239 --> 00:57:49.599 help you get audience facebook. So because, because I can see monty on 841 00:57:49.679 --> 00:57:53.599 guild, but I don't have him going out to like facebook and Youtube and 842 00:57:53.639 --> 00:57:58.679 all those places, because I didn't think about that, because I just thought 843 00:57:58.719 --> 00:58:04.559 about I was so fixated on getting clubhouse screen into my computer I didn't think 844 00:58:04.599 --> 00:58:07.079 about getting guild into my computer, which is pretty easy fix, like probably 845 00:58:08.079 --> 00:58:12.519 bright. Whip up a scene real quick and do it. But then I 846 00:58:12.559 --> 00:58:14.880 got to reroute the audio. This is all good, man, this is 847 00:58:14.920 --> 00:58:17.480 a good test. It's the first time I'm going live officially with an episode 848 00:58:17.679 --> 00:58:22.360 on Guild. So this is all good. But if anybody has any more 849 00:58:22.400 --> 00:58:23.639 thought, so John, do you have a niche audience. First of all, 850 00:58:23.679 --> 00:58:27.800 since you came all this way from facebook to call house, appreciate that. 851 00:58:27.880 --> 00:58:30.960 You appreciate you travel and safe travels. Yeah, are you a niche 852 00:58:30.960 --> 00:58:35.079 audience? Are you just hanging out in general world and what are you seeing 853 00:58:35.199 --> 00:58:38.800 from it? I'm in general world. I've had a general discussion podcast for 854 00:58:38.960 --> 00:58:45.719 like the past two years and it's been kind of it's been okay. You 855 00:58:45.800 --> 00:58:49.079 know, we've had a pretty decent following, you know, a little bit 856 00:58:49.119 --> 00:58:52.440 of growth here and there, but nothing spectacular. And you know, I 857 00:58:53.000 --> 00:58:57.760 attribute that to being general, you know, because when not focused on one 858 00:58:57.840 --> 00:59:02.960 specific topic, I've I've always I've also tried to create another show where I'm 859 00:59:04.119 --> 00:59:08.960 specifically talking about a topic like comic books or whatever. That does pretty well, 860 00:59:09.079 --> 00:59:15.239 but I I feel confined in stick sticking with one niche because I love 861 00:59:15.320 --> 00:59:19.960 talking about movies, video games, like like everything. I love talking about 862 00:59:20.000 --> 00:59:25.320 everything and I think the general space is where it's at for me. Okay, 863 00:59:25.519 --> 00:59:28.920 yeah, that makes sense, man, I was messing with the scene 864 00:59:28.960 --> 00:59:30.920 there. My thing, but you know, and I like general to and 865 00:59:30.960 --> 00:59:32.840 I don't think you have to. I think it depends on what you want 866 00:59:32.840 --> 00:59:37.400 to do. Really, in my opinion, like if you want to scale 867 00:59:37.519 --> 00:59:40.199 something, if you really want to grow an audience, growth community and monetize 868 00:59:40.239 --> 00:59:45.159 it, I think people can just rally around a niche. But I haven't 869 00:59:45.159 --> 00:59:49.639 successfully done this, but I've attempted to start a general show about a certain 870 00:59:49.719 --> 00:59:52.880 no particular topic or whatever, or like. Like Chris Giles and I did 871 00:59:52.920 --> 00:59:57.679 the show called weird ways for about four episodes, maybe maybe three episodes, 872 00:59:57.719 --> 01:00:00.880 I can't remember, and it was a lot of fun for a minute, 873 01:00:00.159 --> 01:00:02.840 but then, you know, like we got busy and it just kind of 874 01:00:02.880 --> 01:00:06.800 fell off because it didn't really have a target, didn't really have a purpose, 875 01:00:07.280 --> 01:00:09.480 and both Chris and I are like really motivated to, you know, 876 01:00:09.599 --> 01:00:15.039 create content that continues to pay us down the road and not just creek content 877 01:00:15.119 --> 01:00:17.079 for the heck of it, which maybe we should. You know, I 878 01:00:17.119 --> 01:00:21.320 think it is creative outlet, but I don't know. So, yeah, 879 01:00:21.400 --> 01:00:24.800 different different strokes for different folks. Is that still acceptable to say out out? 880 01:00:24.880 --> 01:00:29.800 I'm not really sure. But Anyhow, thanks for jumping in, man, 881 01:00:29.880 --> 01:00:31.280 thanks for jumping in, John, thanks for jumping in everybody over here 882 01:00:31.320 --> 01:00:35.920 on clubhouse and also on on guild, and if you're not on guild, 883 01:00:36.639 --> 01:00:39.599 feel free to tap that link. And so sheryl says, what is guild? 884 01:00:40.400 --> 01:00:45.239 So it is a live streaming platform share all that is actually really powerful. 885 01:00:45.320 --> 01:00:50.280 So after this goes, after we hit in Monty, I haven't even 886 01:00:50.320 --> 01:00:55.639 told you about this, after we hit in session, I having networking thing 887 01:00:57.039 --> 01:01:00.920 enabled. So it will allow anyone the audience to join this networking group. 888 01:01:01.079 --> 01:01:07.360 So basically, in secession stops, the live stream stops, the recording puts 889 01:01:07.440 --> 01:01:10.719 us all in this networking room and then from there you can actually break out 890 01:01:10.800 --> 01:01:15.519 into little breakout rooms and then have a little networking sessions that way. So, 891 01:01:16.480 --> 01:01:20.719 you know, like speaking of memberships, for instance, I've talking to 892 01:01:20.840 --> 01:01:23.280 Melanie. So if you see Melanie and Liz and Dana in the chat there, 893 01:01:23.400 --> 01:01:28.400 they are from guild and I was talking to them about it. And 894 01:01:28.800 --> 01:01:30.599 you know, kind of my idea is, if you're a podcaster in your 895 01:01:30.880 --> 01:01:35.320 or a live streamer in particular, because it's the live stream platform, maybe 896 01:01:35.360 --> 01:01:37.960 you could go live here, do the show, do thirty, forty, 897 01:01:38.000 --> 01:01:43.599 five minutes or whatever with your guests or solo or whatnot, but then your 898 01:01:43.719 --> 01:01:49.760 members maybe have access to this networking thing. Then you can get back there 899 01:01:50.039 --> 01:01:53.559 do a little Qa session, then do a little breakout sessions, stuff like 900 01:01:53.679 --> 01:01:58.719 that. So I see Monty's wheels or just rolling right now. Well, 901 01:01:58.800 --> 01:02:01.039 I know somebody that does something very similar to that. In the workflow is 902 01:02:01.079 --> 01:02:06.199 a little it is a little cumbersome because he'll do the live show and then 903 01:02:06.239 --> 01:02:10.840 after the live show it's the afterparty and so he has to basically send a 904 01:02:12.000 --> 01:02:16.840 different url to people that register after the fact or during the live stream to 905 01:02:17.079 --> 01:02:22.280 move them over basically to another platform. So to be able to live stream 906 01:02:22.360 --> 01:02:27.480 from one and kind of have your whole workflow based in one platform. Yeah, 907 01:02:27.639 --> 01:02:31.239 it just seems like a much easier workflow. Yeah, I don't I 908 01:02:31.360 --> 01:02:37.599 like it and I'm kind of working on some different workflow things, ideas and 909 01:02:38.079 --> 01:02:42.400 trying to get a hard schedule in place and trying to, you know, 910 01:02:43.000 --> 01:02:47.360 cater to the free audience and the paid audience and not be so all over 911 01:02:47.480 --> 01:02:51.039 the place with okay, what do I got to get the paid audience today? 912 01:02:51.039 --> 01:02:52.320 What do I got to get a free audience in this group and that 913 01:02:52.480 --> 01:02:59.800 group and this third party application? Something like that makes a lot of sense, 914 01:03:00.440 --> 01:03:02.800 especially if you can do like forty five minute laves stream and then you 915 01:03:02.880 --> 01:03:07.000 got you know, fifteen minutes. That's just members only or just live stream 916 01:03:07.079 --> 01:03:12.760 community people only to kind of continue that conversation. Hundred percent. Yeah, 917 01:03:12.800 --> 01:03:15.599 man, I think it's I think it's cool, and so I think you 918 01:03:15.679 --> 01:03:20.199 know, after today, probably what I'll do for some some of you guys 919 01:03:20.280 --> 01:03:23.760 who are interested in the creating daily show or not, if you want to 920 01:03:23.760 --> 01:03:27.679 be a part of the round table, I think I'm going to put it 921 01:03:27.719 --> 01:03:30.000 on the schedule. I get to look at my schedule for next week to 922 01:03:30.039 --> 01:03:31.920 see what day, but I'll pick a day of the week because I typically 923 01:03:31.960 --> 01:03:37.679 do a solo show and I would just host a creators round table on guild 924 01:03:37.519 --> 01:03:43.440 and potentially to potentially clubhouse as well. But I won't restream this out to 925 01:03:43.559 --> 01:03:47.239 everywhere else. So if you're not on guild, click that link and become 926 01:03:47.320 --> 01:03:51.519 a member, sign up or whatnot, and then maybe we could do that. 927 01:03:51.639 --> 01:03:55.360 Maybe we'll do a creators round table and then we'll do like a you 928 01:03:55.400 --> 01:03:59.639 know, like bring some bring some value, for lack of a better term, 929 01:03:59.800 --> 01:04:02.679 for the First Fifteen, twenty, thirty minutes with the guest or, 930 01:04:02.920 --> 01:04:06.239 you know, the round table attendees, whoever wants to be a part of 931 01:04:06.320 --> 01:04:10.679 that and then and then we could do like a little breakout kind of Qa 932 01:04:10.840 --> 01:04:14.199 session at the end of it or something, and anybody that wants to check 933 01:04:14.199 --> 01:04:15.880 it out, I'm going to read it end this in a few minutes and 934 01:04:16.039 --> 01:04:19.960 you can definitely jump in there and check it out. So, producer Jimmy, 935 01:04:19.960 --> 01:04:23.599 I don't know if you're still listening or not, but would you see 936 01:04:23.679 --> 01:04:26.679 that some of your shows would use a platform like this? And then, 937 01:04:26.920 --> 01:04:31.079 because I think it brings audience engagement like a whole other level in podcasters always 938 01:04:31.199 --> 01:04:35.079 suffering. Yeah, my my wheels are spinning. And and for one thing 939 01:04:35.159 --> 01:04:39.320 in particular. I think it can be used for a regular basis, for 940 01:04:39.400 --> 01:04:45.280 sure, but one thing in particular, one idea. I HAVE NOT gonna 941 01:04:45.280 --> 01:04:47.400 be able to do it this summer, probably not, but next summer for 942 01:04:47.519 --> 01:04:51.360 sure, doing what we're going to be calling this our summer tour for Florida 943 01:04:51.400 --> 01:04:57.440 podcast network. And so it's going to be a day long live stream event 944 01:04:57.960 --> 01:05:00.880 that involves all the different shows, all the different Hoss, bunch of gas 945 01:05:00.119 --> 01:05:05.480 bunches phone. Thanks you would are making. And now it was an alarm. 946 01:05:06.039 --> 01:05:11.400 My alarm to pick up my son just went off perfect time time. 947 01:05:11.920 --> 01:05:15.360 So so to having having this live stream, I think can be a lot 948 01:05:15.440 --> 01:05:21.440 of fun, and then, as it's going along, whether it's as each 949 01:05:21.519 --> 01:05:26.679 hose is finishing up their part, they can then take their super fans into 950 01:05:26.679 --> 01:05:30.360 a separate space or if after the live stream is over completely, then we 951 01:05:30.480 --> 01:05:33.079 have, like this is probably the most likely thing that we have, like 952 01:05:33.159 --> 01:05:40.079 an an afterparty that we go through with our super fans right afterwards, whenever 953 01:05:40.280 --> 01:05:44.800 was exhausted and quite probably quite drunk. I mean, I think it's a 954 01:05:44.880 --> 01:05:46.239 great you know, I was thinking about Glenn the Geek, because he does 955 01:05:46.239 --> 01:05:50.199 a lot of virtual stuff. Well, I mean in person. Doesn't twelve 956 01:05:50.360 --> 01:05:56.320 our long radio than every year, and that's where it came from. Dude, 957 01:05:57.079 --> 01:06:00.519 okay, who wants to do a twelve hour creator thought? and WHO's 958 01:06:00.599 --> 01:06:03.440 in? I'm down, man. I produced his life thing every year, 959 01:06:03.679 --> 01:06:08.920 so I'm in. I'd be so dope out. You know, I was 960 01:06:09.000 --> 01:06:11.920 in a clubhouse room one time. I wasn't in there, but the room 961 01:06:12.000 --> 01:06:15.639 went for fifty five, hundred and fifty know, sixty hours I think, 962 01:06:15.280 --> 01:06:19.079 and they were like basically hanging out, saying we're not leaving till Mr be 963 01:06:19.320 --> 01:06:23.920 shows up, and they stayed in there for sixty hours. I mean there 964 01:06:24.000 --> 01:06:27.960 was like rotating mods or whatever, so it wasn't like the same people in 965 01:06:28.000 --> 01:06:30.159 there all the time. But Anyway, I thought about that. I'm like, 966 01:06:30.239 --> 01:06:33.840 man, I could do twelve hour something. So what did they do 967 01:06:34.000 --> 01:06:39.440 on there? I came across I came across a my son can cross a 968 01:06:39.519 --> 01:06:43.039 live stream on Youtube. It must be famous. I can't imagine it's not, 969 01:06:43.320 --> 01:06:47.000 but it's been going on for over two years straight. Yes, what? 970 01:06:48.119 --> 01:06:54.280 Yes, Monty, are you in for two year live stream? Now? 971 01:06:54.360 --> 01:06:57.920 I remember playing around with platforms back in the day and I had a 972 01:06:58.079 --> 01:07:01.559 fifty six hour live stream going, but I wasn't there. My face was 973 01:07:01.639 --> 01:07:06.559 there, I wasn't there physically. got into prerecorded video and I was like 974 01:07:06.840 --> 01:07:11.440 I started making these sales overseas and I was like what happened? And I 975 01:07:11.519 --> 01:07:15.039 have forgot to turn off my live stream because I had this video plane. 976 01:07:15.039 --> 01:07:17.119 It was basically a commercial I did and it was on a loop and I 977 01:07:17.159 --> 01:07:19.840 didn't realize I didn't do the loop and I was like, Oh, this 978 01:07:20.039 --> 01:07:24.079 is how to do prerecorded video. I was like I could just do these 979 01:07:24.119 --> 01:07:28.119 prerecorded videos and just loop them, and so until facebook cut it off with 980 01:07:28.800 --> 01:07:30.239 really till I cut it off a six hours. I've made some good money 981 01:07:30.239 --> 01:07:34.360 offen a few the six hours. Oh my gosh it I'm just gonna like 982 01:07:34.440 --> 01:07:39.159 get all my ms on live content and put it in a timeline and just 983 01:07:39.559 --> 01:07:44.119 go live see what happens. All right. So whoever is interested in the 984 01:07:44.239 --> 01:07:46.119 twelve hour creator thought. I don't even know what that looks like. So 985 01:07:46.239 --> 01:07:50.440 producer Jimmy, like for for Glenn, the GEEKS radio though, on. 986 01:07:50.559 --> 01:07:54.320 Like what I mean, what do you do for twelve hours? Like he 987 01:07:54.360 --> 01:07:58.320 is a different people presenting. Is he on there the whole time? Okay, 988 01:07:58.480 --> 01:08:00.880 so he is the MC, the main MC, for the whole time, 989 01:08:01.000 --> 01:08:05.079 the whole twelve hours. But and and for the first two hours, 990 01:08:06.119 --> 01:08:10.559 horses in the morning, their flagship show hosts. Those first two hours it's 991 01:08:10.679 --> 01:08:15.280 him and his horses, the morning co host, Jamie, and then after 992 01:08:15.400 --> 01:08:17.520 that it'll those switch to another the next hour will be a different show, 993 01:08:18.039 --> 01:08:23.039 let's say dressage, and so the grssage host will come in. They host 994 01:08:23.159 --> 01:08:28.039 the show that for that hour. They have their guests, but then Glenn 995 01:08:28.840 --> 01:08:31.479 will be popping in here and there into the conversation. But it's those hosts 996 01:08:31.520 --> 01:08:35.520 are really handling it that hour and then us as producers are running around in 997 01:08:35.560 --> 01:08:41.159 the background with chickens with their heads cut off and screening calls and there thing. 998 01:08:42.319 --> 01:08:45.199 Oh my gosh, okay, we gotta put that Together. That would 999 01:08:45.199 --> 01:08:46.560 be so much fun. I don't know what we could do. I don't 1000 01:08:46.600 --> 01:08:50.239 know what the purpose would be, but would be fun. I'm in and 1001 01:08:50.319 --> 01:08:55.520 I'm in Super Two fun. All right, cool. Well, I did 1002 01:08:55.600 --> 01:08:57.560 one more thing over here in clubhouse. I mean, you know, I 1003 01:08:57.640 --> 01:09:00.560 guess I could do it. I could do it over here in in in 1004 01:09:00.760 --> 01:09:03.920 guild as well. I'll just put it in the event chat. I'm like, 1005 01:09:04.239 --> 01:09:06.840 there's like two me, so many chats here. Okay, here we 1006 01:09:06.880 --> 01:09:12.079 go. So if you go to the link one sheet dot Pro Billy Thorpe, 1007 01:09:12.560 --> 01:09:14.560 you can do a bunch of stuff over there. One you can. 1008 01:09:15.079 --> 01:09:17.119 You can learn more about me as a creator. But what I would I 1009 01:09:17.159 --> 01:09:20.000 love for people to do, since you guys are more than likely creators, 1010 01:09:21.119 --> 01:09:25.600 is go to the live I should have put the actual link, but anyway, 1011 01:09:25.880 --> 01:09:28.720 go to that, go to where's his live streams, and you'll see 1012 01:09:28.800 --> 01:09:33.239 creating daily and then you'll see a apply as guest if you want to be 1013 01:09:33.319 --> 01:09:38.520 a guest on the show. I'm taking guests all the time. I'm trying 1014 01:09:38.520 --> 01:09:42.479 to book at least two, potentially three, guests per week. So if 1015 01:09:42.479 --> 01:09:47.239 you're creator and you have some type of content that you could bring in and 1016 01:09:47.359 --> 01:09:50.359 really more of like a how to format. I mean I love hearing back 1017 01:09:50.479 --> 01:09:55.079 stories and all that kind of stuff, but I really want to with this 1018 01:09:55.239 --> 01:10:00.159 show give people an opportunity to learn about, you know, I kind of 1019 01:10:00.159 --> 01:10:02.000 how to do something, and obviously your sort will be we've done out there, 1020 01:10:02.039 --> 01:10:04.359 but I've had it actually I've had monty on there before. I've had 1021 01:10:04.800 --> 01:10:10.840 producer Jimmy on there. I've had gearish in the audience on their Brent in 1022 01:10:10.960 --> 01:10:14.079 the audience which, by the way, Brent is the creator of one sheet 1023 01:10:14.119 --> 01:10:17.439 pro so be sure to follow him over over here in club house and then 1024 01:10:18.039 --> 01:10:21.840 wherever else you can find him. Super Great. By the way, they 1025 01:10:21.880 --> 01:10:24.880 did this new feature. Monte, I don't know if you're on there, 1026 01:10:25.800 --> 01:10:30.039 but it's where it's that apply as a guest feature. So I can in 1027 01:10:30.119 --> 01:10:31.560 a clubhouse room, I put my link up, I say how I'm looking 1028 01:10:31.600 --> 01:10:36.000 for guests and typically get like three or four guest request and then I can 1029 01:10:38.159 --> 01:10:41.319 you know, navigate those guests requests in there and there, you know, 1030 01:10:41.479 --> 01:10:45.159 back Dashboard Channel, and figure out like do I want to pursue this or 1031 01:10:45.239 --> 01:10:48.600 not? So it's kind of fun and produce a Jimmy. That might be 1032 01:10:48.680 --> 01:10:51.199 something. I don't know if you're if your host have a bunch of guests 1033 01:10:51.319 --> 01:10:55.279 or not, but there might be something they like and they have a free 1034 01:10:55.399 --> 01:10:57.960 version and I have a paid version. I'm not sure what's included in all 1035 01:10:58.039 --> 01:11:02.840 those. So anyway, all right, cool, yeah, knee, knee 1036 01:11:02.920 --> 01:11:05.479 says in the backchat he has a how to. We just got to figure 1037 01:11:05.479 --> 01:11:09.399 out the time because you work. Just quit your job, need and come 1038 01:11:09.479 --> 01:11:11.479 on my show. Like, Jeez, not that big of a deal, 1039 01:11:13.760 --> 01:11:16.640 right, and I followed Brett because I think it is a good possible idea 1040 01:11:16.720 --> 01:11:20.680 for us to yeah, yeah, it is. Saved me so much time 1041 01:11:21.000 --> 01:11:26.000 and energy. Like yeah, it's awesome. And also your you know, 1042 01:11:26.159 --> 01:11:30.680 all your host can be a part of a directory and then like I'm a 1043 01:11:30.760 --> 01:11:33.920 part. I think I'm still number one, by the way, in their 1044 01:11:33.960 --> 01:11:39.399 directory and you can get in there and find guests and network and all that 1045 01:11:39.560 --> 01:11:44.199 and and the beauty of it it's all open. So instead of other platforms 1046 01:11:44.279 --> 01:11:46.199 that make you sign up and have this you know, pay wall with your 1047 01:11:46.279 --> 01:11:53.920 email or really literally paid you can. You can jump in there and just 1048 01:11:54.079 --> 01:11:56.600 go. You know, you don't have to have an account to reach out 1049 01:11:56.600 --> 01:12:00.119 to me at all. It'll prompt you. Oh, he came up. 1050 01:12:00.159 --> 01:12:03.880 Bring him on on this. On the same fact, Brent I cohos the 1051 01:12:03.960 --> 01:12:09.079 PODCAST podcast. So if you'd like to get a lot of podcasters interested in 1052 01:12:09.239 --> 01:12:13.399 using your service, let's don't talk to me. Producer, Jimmy. I 1053 01:12:13.560 --> 01:12:20.680 am spokesperson for brant. Okay, yeah, yeah, now, hey guys, 1054 01:12:20.800 --> 01:12:24.399 what's up? I don't want to I haven't created in a long time, 1055 01:12:24.399 --> 01:12:27.439 so I feel a little out of place here. It's been quite sometimes 1056 01:12:27.479 --> 01:12:30.840 since I had a podcast or anything like that. But I just want to 1057 01:12:30.840 --> 01:12:33.159 say they say hey and say thanks, and I know billy mission a paid 1058 01:12:33.199 --> 01:12:36.279 version, but I wanted to just let everybody know that's creators. I was 1059 01:12:36.359 --> 01:12:40.439 a creator. I got Nicoldon diame as a creator. There is no charge 1060 01:12:40.520 --> 01:12:43.319 on the creator side of this, like at all. So we're really just 1061 01:12:43.359 --> 01:12:45.680 trying to put a tool, not another tool where you can go all these 1062 01:12:45.720 --> 01:12:49.880 different places. We're really trying to have something you can use anywhere because I 1063 01:12:50.039 --> 01:12:53.840 remember those pain points. So I'm just trying to help out with the community. 1064 01:12:56.000 --> 01:12:58.560 But they're so what is the paid side, brant? Can you remind 1065 01:12:58.600 --> 01:13:02.840 me of that? So the paid side right now is really allowing you on 1066 01:13:02.920 --> 01:13:05.640 the guest side because it's one sheet. Write it like helps you find a 1067 01:13:05.680 --> 01:13:10.399 guest, Ambia guest, and so the paid side really is about if you 1068 01:13:10.479 --> 01:13:13.239 really want to super charge your via guest sides. So you want to embed 1069 01:13:13.439 --> 01:13:15.680 past podcast episodes, we allow you to put that right inside the page. 1070 01:13:16.520 --> 01:13:19.640 You can tweak how it looks on your link, like you've got right now, 1071 01:13:19.680 --> 01:13:21.680 billy, where it says creating daily, that kind of stuff. But 1072 01:13:21.720 --> 01:13:25.399 it's really more on the be a guest side and only if you want to 1073 01:13:25.479 --> 01:13:28.199 ramp it up and you really want to take that seriously to like promote yourself 1074 01:13:28.279 --> 01:13:30.199 in different places. Yeah, out, yeah, in. The cool thing 1075 01:13:30.239 --> 01:13:33.600 about being a creator, I'm anti love this as well, is they have 1076 01:13:33.760 --> 01:13:38.640 an auto affiliate program built in. So once you sign up for their affiliate 1077 01:13:38.720 --> 01:13:43.439 program, if somebody clicks on my link and applies to be on my show 1078 01:13:43.640 --> 01:13:46.319 or whatever, and they get oh, I want one of these, or 1079 01:13:46.359 --> 01:13:49.279 I actually think there's even a prompt within the sign up where it can say, 1080 01:13:49.279 --> 01:13:51.760 Hey, creet your own one sheet. So maybe you create it, 1081 01:13:51.880 --> 01:13:56.479 it's free. You decide how I want the paid version. Well then you 1082 01:13:56.600 --> 01:13:58.960 pay for it. Well then I get a kick back off of that. 1083 01:13:59.239 --> 01:14:02.680 So it's another you know, monetization opportunity. You know, as we're always 1084 01:14:02.760 --> 01:14:05.880 trying to figure out, like how do I pay for this four hundred microphone? 1085 01:14:06.279 --> 01:14:09.640 And if you're not like monty and just get it for free from a 1086 01:14:09.760 --> 01:14:12.800 brand and you like me and you had to pay for it, affiliates to 1087 01:14:12.840 --> 01:14:19.319 the way to go maximize affiliate stuff and brand partnerships. Yeah, I'm trying 1088 01:14:19.359 --> 01:14:23.000 to. That's what I'm really trying to niche down on. Billy is, 1089 01:14:23.079 --> 01:14:27.560 like there's so many opportunities. Like I have to kind of come more narrow 1090 01:14:27.640 --> 01:14:31.920 focus because I am the catalyst of it, like Monty has to show up 1091 01:14:32.000 --> 01:14:35.960 on camera to drive all my revenue sources. So that's what I'm kind of 1092 01:14:36.000 --> 01:14:42.359 working through now is, you know, creating content but having like my team 1093 01:14:42.920 --> 01:14:45.520 be the face of it so that I don't necessarily have to, because that's 1094 01:14:45.560 --> 01:14:50.319 a that's a that's a sticking point where, like, either I have to 1095 01:14:50.399 --> 01:14:56.640 charge more or I can't do that opportunity because I'm forced to show up. 1096 01:14:56.680 --> 01:15:00.359 So I'm really kind of I literally have a picture billy that. It has 1097 01:15:00.520 --> 01:15:04.399 all this stuff that's sitting on my desk that companies are asking for videos for 1098 01:15:04.800 --> 01:15:09.159 now. At the time it was like, okay, you can send it 1099 01:15:09.319 --> 01:15:13.359 and it'll be a complimentary video if I have time to do it. And 1100 01:15:13.520 --> 01:15:15.760 the reason I want to do it is because of the affiliate commission that's associated 1101 01:15:15.800 --> 01:15:19.279 with it. But like they've stacked up and I'm like, I'm glad I 1102 01:15:19.399 --> 01:15:23.800 told them, like your you can send this, but it's no promise that 1103 01:15:23.840 --> 01:15:28.560 I'm going to create content for it, because, you know, I do 1104 01:15:28.640 --> 01:15:31.079 want those Philiate commissions for products that actually like. But it takes time to 1105 01:15:31.199 --> 01:15:34.079 kind of go through all that stuff. But yeah, when I saw you 1106 01:15:34.199 --> 01:15:36.960 talk about, you know, being able to like have the guests put in 1107 01:15:38.039 --> 01:15:42.159 all that information ahead of time, you know that's a that's an important part 1108 01:15:42.199 --> 01:15:45.359 of when you book an interview. E. IS A let. I need 1109 01:15:45.439 --> 01:15:51.319 to know some information prior to this show starting and making sure that they actually 1110 01:15:51.319 --> 01:15:56.720 show up. That's a different conversation. So so, Chris Giles, I 1111 01:15:56.920 --> 01:15:59.680 love Chris showing up late to the party. Chris, where you at, 1112 01:15:59.720 --> 01:16:02.359 man? Were you at our halfleet? I'm just messing, but he says, 1113 01:16:02.479 --> 01:16:05.960 should we be hearing something over on Youtube? I just didn't route the 1114 01:16:06.000 --> 01:16:10.000 audio of Chris. I'm apologized. You hear me, but no one hurt. 1115 01:16:10.079 --> 01:16:13.840 No one heard you, monty. Unfortunately, someone have to go a 1116 01:16:13.960 --> 01:16:16.279 trim all else, but it times ago. By the replay. got a 1117 01:16:16.319 --> 01:16:20.119 buy the replay. Get to buy the replay, Chris. It's exclusively available 1118 01:16:20.199 --> 01:16:24.960 on guild only. That's the only thing you can do. Chris says he's 1119 01:16:25.039 --> 01:16:28.520 detracted. I don't buy that, Chris, like I don't you. I 1120 01:16:28.560 --> 01:16:30.880 don't buy that. Actually, you know what, I know Chris is distracted 1121 01:16:30.960 --> 01:16:33.279 sometimes, because sometimes we'll be doing alive. Now About Chris. Are there, 1122 01:16:33.680 --> 01:16:38.520 Chris, where you at? He says, of course you didn't. 1123 01:16:38.560 --> 01:16:42.520 We just talked about this yesterday. Yeah, I know, man. Anyway, 1124 01:16:42.760 --> 01:16:44.960 I'll figure out. I'll figure out all this audio stuff. Well, 1125 01:16:45.079 --> 01:16:47.800 that is great. You guys are all awesome. Brand John, produce a 1126 01:16:47.880 --> 01:16:53.479 Jimmy, Monty, appreciate all you all jumping in and having this great conversation. 1127 01:16:53.960 --> 01:16:57.279 That's been totally fun. So let me know in the chat closest to 1128 01:16:57.399 --> 01:17:01.359 you if you like this round table, and this is like the most unorganized 1129 01:17:01.399 --> 01:17:06.840 it will possibly be in probably the most tech busted it'll ever be. So 1130 01:17:06.880 --> 01:17:11.600 if you've enjoyed this, I think we can do a better, better show 1131 01:17:11.800 --> 01:17:15.800 next week and continue to do these round tables only if you like them. 1132 01:17:15.840 --> 01:17:16.840 So let me know. Let me know if you like it, drop me 1133 01:17:16.920 --> 01:17:20.760 a thumbs up in the chat. If not, maybe next week we will 1134 01:17:20.800 --> 01:17:26.720 just work on a twelve hour you know, twelve hour live Chine like forget 1135 01:17:26.840 --> 01:17:30.159 to forget the hour and a half round table. Oh, look at Chris, 1136 01:17:30.319 --> 01:17:36.359 Chris and jumps into the clubhouse for or the the clubhouse room. See 1137 01:17:36.359 --> 01:17:39.359 if he comes. What's up, Chris? Good to see him. Man, 1138 01:17:42.279 --> 01:17:44.039 what's that breath? My Bad, I had to make sure I beat 1139 01:17:44.039 --> 01:17:46.000 it. You over here? Someone all crazy? Oh yeah, no worries. 1140 01:17:46.319 --> 01:17:49.920 I muted Monty like he is. He is my you know, yet 1141 01:17:50.000 --> 01:17:54.000 to pay to pay to hear his voice on the live stream. So that's 1142 01:17:54.079 --> 01:17:58.399 part of the membership. Whenever I whenever I interview Monty, he's paid only. 1143 01:17:59.159 --> 01:18:00.399 So that's why you not a member, Chris. That's why I didn't 1144 01:18:00.399 --> 01:18:02.840 hear be these big time now, man, you know that's what happens when 1145 01:18:02.880 --> 01:18:09.520 you blow up like that. You know, Oh man, it's too much 1146 01:18:09.600 --> 01:18:13.199 fun. Well, you guys are fun and and I'll I'll put on the 1147 01:18:13.279 --> 01:18:17.239 calendar for another round table discussion and if anybody can join, feel free to 1148 01:18:17.279 --> 01:18:21.079 do that. It'll be super amounts of fun and you can, anybody can 1149 01:18:21.199 --> 01:18:25.600 join as well as like a part of the conversation. So don't feel like 1150 01:18:25.680 --> 01:18:30.000 it's only people that are on this stage because, well, I invited producer, 1151 01:18:30.079 --> 01:18:33.640 Jimmy, Monty and Chris and Brent, so they all showed up. 1152 01:18:33.800 --> 01:18:36.680 Imagine that as awesome. Sid didn't show up, though. He's going to 1153 01:18:36.720 --> 01:18:41.279 the boiler room. But Anyway, I appreciate all you guys so much. 1154 01:18:42.000 --> 01:18:45.520 I'm going to shut this thing down. So, Monty, I'M gonna I'm 1155 01:18:45.600 --> 01:18:47.640 gonna dip you out of here. I'm going to dip you out. I'm 1156 01:18:47.640 --> 01:18:51.000 going to close this show because I just got to finish strong here. So 1157 01:18:51.079 --> 01:18:55.159 I appreciate your man. See you all right, everybody. That is it 1158 01:18:55.319 --> 01:18:59.640 for creating daily. Be Sure to come back tomorrow, two PM Eastern time. 1159 01:18:59.680 --> 01:19:01.039 Where you're watching or listening from, except for guild. I won't be 1160 01:19:01.079 --> 01:19:05.640 alive when guild'll be either on bull horn or do youtube and in so anyway 1161 01:19:05.760 --> 01:19:10.319 I'm implementing Gilby. Still got a couple tech issues to figure out before I 1162 01:19:10.479 --> 01:19:15.119 go live again. So tomorrow I'll will maybe work on that later today and 1163 01:19:15.279 --> 01:19:18.439 maybe tomorrow and Guild, but probably not until I figure out the audio stuff. 1164 01:19:19.039 --> 01:19:23.960 But join said meadows and I were going to be here tomorrow live. 1165 01:19:24.079 --> 01:19:29.640 said it's been away at a business conference hosting a conference about digital storytelling, 1166 01:19:29.720 --> 01:19:33.039 and so I guess what we're talking about tomorrow. The story telling digitally on 1167 01:19:33.239 --> 01:19:35.720 the Internet. Okay, anyway, it's going to be good. I'm sure 1168 01:19:35.760 --> 01:19:40.840 he's fired up about it. So join me two PM tomorrow. That's gonna 1169 01:19:40.840 --> 01:19:43.960 be Super Mouths of fun and yeah, we'll see you then. Thanks for 1170 01:19:44.039 --> 01:20:09.079 watching. All right, what's up, clubhouse? Think you guys so much. 1171 01:20:09.119 --> 01:20:13.680 I was fun. It's good time, even even if you Chris showing 1172 01:20:13.760 --> 01:20:18.119 up late. It was good. Chris Ei there, can you hear me? 1173 01:20:18.960 --> 01:20:23.920 Earth to Chris. Wait, everybody leaves the wild ride, billy as 1174 01:20:23.920 --> 01:20:27.920 well, just like an afterpart. Oh No, they're I was like, 1175 01:20:28.039 --> 01:20:30.399 what's happened? You know what I should have went. I should have let 1176 01:20:30.479 --> 01:20:33.800 me get out of guild here. I should have. I shouldn than the 1177 01:20:33.840 --> 01:20:39.319 networking thing. I forgot all about it. Oops, I don't think it's 1178 01:20:40.840 --> 01:20:44.600 yeah, it's too late now. Okay, I'm just gonna leave. All 1179 01:20:44.680 --> 01:20:46.840 right, cool, all right, cool, that was pretty fun. What 1180 01:20:46.880 --> 01:20:49.880 do you guys think? Yes, like created room table and now I have 1181 01:20:50.039 --> 01:20:55.840 so much tech troubles, but besides that, I had fun, not all 1182 01:20:55.920 --> 01:21:00.239 at once. Appreciate about you, billy, you. I appreciate a about 1183 01:21:00.279 --> 01:21:02.720 you is that you have multi skills. You're able to run a room, 1184 01:21:03.479 --> 01:21:08.600 you're able to know enough about a lot of things that you can have a 1185 01:21:08.720 --> 01:21:13.319 round table with experts in all different areas of podcasting and creating content. So 1186 01:21:13.760 --> 01:21:15.920 I think you're doing a great job. That's my two cents. I'm complete 1187 01:21:17.439 --> 01:21:21.199 sweet I love it. I'll take that. I don't get increase the number 1188 01:21:21.239 --> 01:21:25.199 of that jokes, though. I would satisfy some of us out here. 1189 01:21:25.760 --> 01:21:28.199 Britt that's why I brought you up. Man, I thought you're gonna just 1190 01:21:28.319 --> 01:21:30.359 fire off like three before he set anything, but you didn't. I got 1191 01:21:30.479 --> 01:21:33.439 a let the I got teenagers. Now it's all just dripping and sarcasm. 1192 01:21:33.640 --> 01:21:40.199 Is All it is anymore. That's all publicly embarrassing them on their tick tocks 1193 01:21:40.279 --> 01:21:44.840 and they lead their phones laying around. That's too much fun. All right, 1194 01:21:44.960 --> 01:21:47.600 cool. Well, if you guys want to, yes, stay too. 1195 01:21:47.800 --> 01:21:50.960 Well, I'll tell you. I'll put this out there. If anybody 1196 01:21:51.359 --> 01:21:55.279 that is like hey, I would love to be a part of the regular 1197 01:21:55.399 --> 01:22:01.239 rotation of of a round table. No Pun intended, like round rotation anyway. 1198 01:22:02.000 --> 01:22:04.079 If you want to be a part of that, just let me know 1199 01:22:04.399 --> 01:22:09.439 and I'll put you on the list and maybe, if I do it in 1200 01:22:09.520 --> 01:22:14.640 clubhouse, which imagine I probably will for the first several I would just add 1201 01:22:14.760 --> 01:22:17.720 you as a cohost. No pressure to show up, no pressure to do 1202 01:22:17.880 --> 01:22:20.720 anything, but if you want to be a part of that, just let 1203 01:22:20.800 --> 01:22:24.720 me know and I'll put you. I'll put you in the list. So 1204 01:22:25.560 --> 01:22:28.600 drop me check down. Billy. I know there's about once a month that 1205 01:22:28.680 --> 01:22:32.359 I definitely can't come because this is at the same time as Judy's room and 1206 01:22:32.520 --> 01:22:34.760 she asked me to help out in there about once a month. Be other 1207 01:22:34.800 --> 01:22:39.880 than that I'm down. Man. She do a day that work. She 1208 01:22:40.000 --> 01:22:43.680 do daily it too, or she just do know, every week, weekly. 1209 01:22:43.760 --> 01:22:46.760 I believe. Is it Thursdays? I thought was like Wednesdays or something. 1210 01:22:49.640 --> 01:22:51.520 You know, I think about it. Usually is not. I think 1211 01:22:51.560 --> 01:22:55.239 it usually is on Wednesday, but it was definitely. She definitely have one 1212 01:22:55.279 --> 01:23:00.760 today. Okay, Gotcha. Well, I will forgive you or I'll just 1213 01:23:00.920 --> 01:23:03.840 didn't go shit with jody. I'm just kind of like, what do you 1214 01:23:03.880 --> 01:23:10.520 want? The producer jet, let's fight it out. Yeah, and you 1215 01:23:10.560 --> 01:23:13.279 guys are like doing projects with her. Right. Maybe I just hire her 1216 01:23:13.319 --> 01:23:16.800 a bunch and then like just ditch producer Jimmy alltogether. Jody and I become 1217 01:23:16.880 --> 01:23:21.800 friends. No, I didn't think you're gonna like that idea either. It's 1218 01:23:21.840 --> 01:23:28.199 okay, it's a great idea. All right. Well, I'm going to 1219 01:23:28.319 --> 01:23:30.199 I'm going to bounce out of here. I really appreciate everybody. It's been 1220 01:23:30.239 --> 01:23:33.800 a ton of fun and I'll look at my calendar and put one on the 1221 01:23:33.840 --> 01:23:38.960 calendar for next week and we'll do a certain topic and ifverybody has any topics 1222 01:23:39.000 --> 01:23:44.000 you want us to cover or to talk about, we would get we can 1223 01:23:44.039 --> 01:23:45.680 do that as well. And so, producer Jimmy, I'll just put you 1224 01:23:45.760 --> 01:23:47.680 on the list. Like I said, if you could show up, cool. 1225 01:23:47.840 --> 01:23:51.680 If not no big deal, and if anybody else wants to do something 1226 01:23:51.760 --> 01:23:55.239 like that, just let me know and I will put you on the list 1227 01:23:55.279 --> 01:23:57.720 as well. Appreciate you, guys. Talk to you later.