March 16, 2022

Podcast Sponsorship - 100+ sponsored episodes

Podcast Sponsorship - 100+ sponsored episodes

I've been fortunate enough to have one of my podcasts sponsored for 100 episodes and counting. In this live stream/episode I share some of my best takeaways. 

Need help with your sponsorship strategy or want to connect? billy@creatingformoney.com

Transcript
WEBVTT 1 00:00:00.920 --> 00:00:06.320 And now here's something we hope really like. You're listening to creating daily. 2 00:00:06.599 --> 00:00:09.880 There's something wrong with you. You know that because you and I are like 3 00:00:09.919 --> 00:00:13.599 a mullets. It is the is the business. So he's the front part 4 00:00:13.599 --> 00:00:16.600 of the haircut and then I'm the party in the back. I think they're 5 00:00:16.679 --> 00:00:23.320 hilarious. Speaks to me. It's like he's saying what I'm thinking. All 6 00:00:23.440 --> 00:00:26.199 right, all right, what's up everybody? This is billy over here creating 7 00:00:26.280 --> 00:00:31.120 daily and I am super excited about tonight's show. We're going to be talking 8 00:00:31.120 --> 00:00:35.799 about podcast sponsorship. So thank you everyone for joining me. If you're over 9 00:00:35.840 --> 00:00:39.960 here on clubhouse, things alive, you're on facebook or youtube or twitch or 10 00:00:40.200 --> 00:00:44.240 or you, I said Youtube or twitter, or wherever you're wherever you're at 11 00:00:44.320 --> 00:00:46.079 right now. What you do me? favy? Want you to jump into 12 00:00:46.119 --> 00:00:50.560 the chat and tell me where you are, either watching and listening or just 13 00:00:50.679 --> 00:00:56.200 or just listening from super excited to get this party started here. And for 14 00:00:56.280 --> 00:01:00.759 some of you who didn't catch the announcement yesterday, creating daily is an extension 15 00:01:00.920 --> 00:01:04.760 of creating for money. So I realize that I want to go alive more 16 00:01:04.799 --> 00:01:08.319 and some of the content I wanted to talk about live didn't really match up 17 00:01:08.480 --> 00:01:14.879 super well to the content that I was I was putting on creating for money, 18 00:01:14.920 --> 00:01:17.239 and so I wanted to start new, a little project, and here 19 00:01:17.280 --> 00:01:19.359 we are. So I'm super excited about it. And with this show we 20 00:01:19.400 --> 00:01:23.200 do have different segments, which is kind of fun and it's kind of fun 21 00:01:23.239 --> 00:01:26.760 to put together a show with different segments. So we already to be talking 22 00:01:26.760 --> 00:01:30.879 about behindcast sponsorships. How do you monetize through spot you know, through sponsorships? 23 00:01:30.920 --> 00:01:34.480 Really not an in depth of like, Hey, go do this in 24 00:01:34.519 --> 00:01:38.239 this but just some stuff I've learned as we've been sponsored for over a hundred 25 00:01:38.359 --> 00:01:42.920 episodes. We haven't produced or we haven't put out a hundred episodes, but 26 00:01:42.959 --> 00:01:49.760 we've recorded over a hundred episodes and we've been monetized through sponsorship since episode five. 27 00:01:49.799 --> 00:01:53.519 So really excited to share some information about that. And then also I'm 28 00:01:53.519 --> 00:01:56.680 going to open it up for a Qa and now some of you guys can 29 00:01:56.719 --> 00:02:00.120 see, if you're watching on camera here, I got my little street fighter 30 00:02:00.200 --> 00:02:02.239 shirt on, super excited, one of my favorite games growing up, and 31 00:02:02.280 --> 00:02:06.599 if it looks like I've been in a street fight today, well it's because 32 00:02:06.599 --> 00:02:08.919 it kind of have been doing taxes, all right. So if anybody knows 33 00:02:08.919 --> 00:02:14.400 about taxes, and I know I just ruined somebody's Day because I said taxes, 34 00:02:14.400 --> 00:02:16.639 because every time somebody says taxes, it like brings me down a little 35 00:02:16.639 --> 00:02:19.520 bit. So storry to do that to you. But that's what I've been 36 00:02:19.560 --> 00:02:22.840 working on. That's why I look rough. I'm beat up, I'm tired, 37 00:02:22.879 --> 00:02:25.599 I've been looking at numbers and it's drive me crazy. So anyway, 38 00:02:25.719 --> 00:02:29.560 let's go ahead and jump into the show here. First off, I want 39 00:02:29.599 --> 00:02:34.960 to highlight a podcast that I've found this week now, thanks to read it, 40 00:02:34.960 --> 00:02:37.840 which I'm not really sure I get on their email list, but they 41 00:02:37.960 --> 00:02:44.560 spammed me with a podcast called ridiculous crime and it was. It was hilarious. 42 00:02:44.599 --> 00:02:46.240 I will I listen to it the first time today. I've only listened 43 00:02:46.240 --> 00:02:50.159 to one episode, so I don't want to sell it too hard, but 44 00:02:50.199 --> 00:02:54.039 if you like true crime stories without all the HMM, you know, like 45 00:02:54.080 --> 00:02:58.879 a real dark and deep and like you know what this I can't listen to 46 00:02:58.879 --> 00:03:00.360 more than one of these at a time, then then you should check out 47 00:03:00.400 --> 00:03:04.680 this podcast and, just to give you a little teaser, the episode I 48 00:03:04.719 --> 00:03:07.919 listen to today was about a guy who trying to get his wife killed by 49 00:03:07.960 --> 00:03:12.039 a couple of hit men and his wife, like extra, became friends with 50 00:03:12.039 --> 00:03:15.159 the Hitman. They let her loose. And then there's there's the rest of 51 00:03:15.159 --> 00:03:15.879 the store. I'll let you go listen to it, but go check it 52 00:03:15.919 --> 00:03:20.639 out. It's called ridiculous crime. Now also I want to give a shout 53 00:03:20.639 --> 00:03:23.759 out to our friends over at pod page. If you are a podcaster and 54 00:03:23.840 --> 00:03:29.120 you need a podcast website, I want to encourage you to go check out 55 00:03:29.120 --> 00:03:30.759 pod page. I built this website. You can. You can go check 56 00:03:30.759 --> 00:03:36.240 it out. It's creating daily dot live. Create it in five minutes with 57 00:03:36.319 --> 00:03:38.800 pod page. Has Putting my rss feed, pick the theme. It did 58 00:03:38.879 --> 00:03:43.400 the rest. Now that is a free plan. So what you see there 59 00:03:43.560 --> 00:03:47.199 is everything I got with a free plan. And then if you want to 60 00:03:47.199 --> 00:03:51.719 see a pro plan, you can go to creating for moneycom and check that 61 00:03:51.759 --> 00:03:53.479 out, and that's the pro plan that I use. Over there has a 62 00:03:53.520 --> 00:03:58.639 little bit more features. You'll notice the website is actually creating for moneycom. 63 00:03:58.800 --> 00:04:02.360 So, however, whatever feature that's called, like replace the URL or whatever. 64 00:04:02.680 --> 00:04:06.080 So that's a cool feature. Some several other things as well. That 65 00:04:06.080 --> 00:04:11.280 you might not be able to see or tell, but those that's a really 66 00:04:11.319 --> 00:04:14.599 cool platform. And then also of your own creating for Moneycom you scroll all 67 00:04:14.639 --> 00:04:16.720 the way to the bottom and click on the link that says pod page or 68 00:04:16.800 --> 00:04:20.279 like create your own pod page. If you buy a pro plan, they 69 00:04:20.319 --> 00:04:24.639 give me a little kickback. That's called Philly, you know, commission and 70 00:04:24.680 --> 00:04:29.319 I really appreciate it. That's one way that I monetize my my stuff as 71 00:04:29.360 --> 00:04:31.759 well. So all right, now let's get into a little segment. Segment 72 00:04:31.800 --> 00:04:39.759 called news to me. That's news to me creating daily. All right now, 73 00:04:39.800 --> 00:04:41.959 if you don't, I don't know if you hear my little my dog, 74 00:04:41.959 --> 00:04:45.319 barking on the end of that. For whatever reason they cut left in 75 00:04:45.360 --> 00:04:47.600 there when I made note to cut it out. But that's my friend Wayne 76 00:04:47.680 --> 00:04:50.639 here on clubhouse. I think he's on the weather right now. So throw 77 00:04:50.680 --> 00:04:55.199 some good vibes and thoughts his way, prayers, whatever you subscribe to. 78 00:04:55.560 --> 00:04:59.680 And now let's jump into a little bit of News Creator News here. First 79 00:04:59.720 --> 00:05:03.759 Up, a apple has now updated their apple podcast player in this might I 80 00:05:03.759 --> 00:05:06.120 didn't really look into I'm going to be honest with you. I saw it 81 00:05:06.120 --> 00:05:11.199 come through on Pod News as I'm subscribed to those guys, and then also 82 00:05:11.360 --> 00:05:15.680 our friend John Wiley that's here on the APP on on clubhouse. He did 83 00:05:15.720 --> 00:05:18.279 a room earlier about it, which I need to go back and listen so 84 00:05:18.319 --> 00:05:23.199 I understand it a little bit more. But just at a thirty thousand square 85 00:05:23.199 --> 00:05:27.240 foot level. You can now browse by the season on show pages. You 86 00:05:27.279 --> 00:05:30.480 can now filter episodes from like played on, played, downloaded, saved, 87 00:05:30.560 --> 00:05:34.360 all that kind of stuff. So if you are a podcast junkie and you 88 00:05:34.399 --> 00:05:38.600 got just a ton of podcast maybe want to organize them a little bit better 89 00:05:38.680 --> 00:05:45.120 for your listening experience. Now this next little ditty that I came by. 90 00:05:45.560 --> 00:05:48.000 I don't think I'm first to the party, but maybe some of you haven't 91 00:05:48.040 --> 00:05:51.519 heard about it and maybe some of you kind of like me, probably does. 92 00:05:51.639 --> 00:05:56.160 Like do I even want to hear about this, because it's another shiny 93 00:05:56.199 --> 00:06:00.319 object that I am forced to look into. And then is cold connect dot 94 00:06:00.319 --> 00:06:06.519 club, as you guessed, clubhouse competitor. Now, as I take a 95 00:06:06.560 --> 00:06:12.480 sip of my tea, I will tell you my first thoughts about this APP. 96 00:06:13.040 --> 00:06:19.120 Is If metaverse clubhouse in the Sims game all somehow magically had a baby 97 00:06:19.160 --> 00:06:24.079 that didn't require any hardware. This would be the this would be the the 98 00:06:24.120 --> 00:06:28.399 baby that they had that didn't require any hardware. So kind of a cool 99 00:06:28.399 --> 00:06:31.639 thing. It's all based on proximity within the APP. So if you are 100 00:06:31.680 --> 00:06:36.199 in a room, so I'm looking at the I'm looking at the you know, 101 00:06:36.439 --> 00:06:39.920 the room here in Clubhouse, like if we're all in a room, 102 00:06:39.920 --> 00:06:44.319 in a space as graphics of like chairs and couches and fireplaces and all this, 103 00:06:44.519 --> 00:06:46.319 and then kind of just tap and get next to people and when you 104 00:06:46.319 --> 00:06:50.319 get next to them, it activates your mic in their audio as well and 105 00:06:50.319 --> 00:06:54.879 you can talk to each other somewhere. It's like a real life and networking 106 00:06:54.959 --> 00:06:58.240 meeting. But if you're if you're across the room, then you can't talk 107 00:06:58.279 --> 00:07:00.959 to each other. You can't do so you can like get in a little 108 00:07:00.000 --> 00:07:02.319 groups, I guess is how I was doing it today, like we're in 109 00:07:02.319 --> 00:07:04.839 a little group and they were chatting. Tell me about the APP. And 110 00:07:04.879 --> 00:07:09.680 then there's also stage in the middle of the room or the space that they 111 00:07:09.720 --> 00:07:14.199 create and maybe if you want to say something to all the people in the 112 00:07:14.240 --> 00:07:16.600 room, you jump on that stage or maybe you're doing an event or whatever. 113 00:07:16.639 --> 00:07:19.399 But yeah, it's literally and I love you know, I think it's 114 00:07:19.439 --> 00:07:25.439 invite only. I get about twenty invites, so if anybody wants one of 115 00:07:25.439 --> 00:07:27.920 those, feel for Rey to reach out to me and say me in the 116 00:07:27.959 --> 00:07:30.560 first twenty people. I do that, I will. I need your fun 117 00:07:30.639 --> 00:07:32.720 number, though, I believe to do it similar to clubhouse when it launched. 118 00:07:32.720 --> 00:07:35.959 So yeah, metaverts, clubhouse, the sims all have a baby, 119 00:07:35.959 --> 00:07:40.879 no hardware required. You can except for your phone, of course, and 120 00:07:40.920 --> 00:07:43.360 you can get there and mess around. All right. Now last little pieces 121 00:07:43.360 --> 00:07:47.439 of quote Unquote News here is if you're interested in becoming an Amazon live influencer. 122 00:07:47.480 --> 00:07:49.639 I'm a part of the program. Really enjoy it, love it. 123 00:07:49.480 --> 00:07:54.480 It makes decent money, for really good money actually, for the time I 124 00:07:54.519 --> 00:07:58.680 put into it. But if you're having trouble getting on there because maybe you 125 00:07:58.680 --> 00:08:01.800 you have a growing audience and it's not quite where they want it to be, 126 00:08:01.160 --> 00:08:05.160 then now you can use your tick tock account. So if you have 127 00:08:05.240 --> 00:08:07.519 a a tick tock account, that's just like blowing up. Now you can 128 00:08:07.600 --> 00:08:11.959 go apply with Tick Tock, so that's kind of cool as well. All 129 00:08:11.040 --> 00:08:13.920 right, so let's go ahead and jump into this. I get about I 130 00:08:13.959 --> 00:08:18.319 don't know, four five, maybe seven things that I want you to consider 131 00:08:18.319 --> 00:08:22.959 before you reach out to sponsors, or really as you're reaching out, as 132 00:08:22.959 --> 00:08:26.720 you're putting together your sponsorship plan, your package, all that kind of stuff. 133 00:08:26.879 --> 00:08:28.079 Way To think about some of these things. And, by the way, 134 00:08:28.120 --> 00:08:31.120 if you if you want to chat and say hello in the chat anywhere 135 00:08:31.159 --> 00:08:35.600 that you're at, I should be able to see it and in reply to 136 00:08:35.639 --> 00:08:39.679 you. So really appreciate that as well. But let's jump right into, 137 00:08:39.759 --> 00:08:43.399 you know, some of my my thoughts or my tips for you. So 138 00:08:43.440 --> 00:08:48.919 the first thing here is if you don't ask, the answer is always no, 139 00:08:48.919 --> 00:08:50.120 no, I didn't come up with that. That's a lady named Nora 140 00:08:50.279 --> 00:08:54.759 Roberts. That's a quote from her, but it's a quote that I all 141 00:08:54.799 --> 00:08:58.039 the time, every every day, if I'm reaching out to sponsors or my 142 00:08:58.080 --> 00:09:01.960 sponsor reach out days, I call them, I am always keeping this in 143 00:09:01.960 --> 00:09:05.080 my mind. If I don't ask, the answers always going to be no. 144 00:09:05.159 --> 00:09:09.360 If I don't tell people that their sponsorship opportunities, then it's always no 145 00:09:09.480 --> 00:09:13.159 because they just don't know that that is possible. So keep that in your 146 00:09:13.159 --> 00:09:15.440 mind as well. Like if you don't ask, if you don't tell people, 147 00:09:15.440 --> 00:09:18.240 if you don't let people know what you're doing, that these opportunities exist, 148 00:09:18.240 --> 00:09:22.320 that they're open and available, then the answer is always going to be 149 00:09:22.399 --> 00:09:26.960 no. So that's that's my number one tip for you mentally as you go 150 00:09:26.960 --> 00:09:31.600 into these things, and sometimes I've been doing this for nearly two years. 151 00:09:31.639 --> 00:09:35.679 We've been sponsored since episode number five. I think I just scheduled to go 152 00:09:35.759 --> 00:09:41.960 out episode number one of four. So nearly a hundred episodes we've been sponsored, 153 00:09:41.960 --> 00:09:43.559 and actually those sponsors, two of those sponsors, are signed up for 154 00:09:43.559 --> 00:09:48.279 this whole year. So I guess I could say over a hundred episodes by 155 00:09:48.320 --> 00:09:52.759 far. Are are paid for, they are you know, people are, 156 00:09:52.799 --> 00:09:54.320 people are in them, they're going, they're going, the sponsors are going 157 00:09:54.320 --> 00:09:58.159 with us. So, you know, these are things I've learned along the 158 00:09:58.159 --> 00:10:01.000 way. All right, number TWWO, or second bullet point here, is 159 00:10:01.039 --> 00:10:07.440 never sell from your own wallet. Unless you're wallets like giant huge and spearing 160 00:10:07.480 --> 00:10:11.320 out money everywhere, then sure, maybe you sell from your own wallet, 161 00:10:11.320 --> 00:10:16.159 but this is one of my biggest mistakes, not only in podcast world, 162 00:10:16.279 --> 00:10:20.440 selling sponsorships, all that kind of stuff, but it was one of my 163 00:10:20.440 --> 00:10:24.120 biggest mistakes, you know, just in general like I had teacher printing business 164 00:10:24.159 --> 00:10:28.679 for years and years and I'd always, you know, sell from my own 165 00:10:28.720 --> 00:10:33.120 Wallet, my entrepreneur we're growing a business, hustling it out, sweat and 166 00:10:33.159 --> 00:10:35.320 throwing mud against the wall and and I would always, you know, come 167 00:10:35.320 --> 00:10:39.080 down on the price a little bit help people out, because I'm selling from 168 00:10:39.120 --> 00:10:43.360 my own place. I wasn't really selling from a place that, you know, 169 00:10:43.600 --> 00:10:48.279 was really helpful to it to anybody else. So it's like, in 170 00:10:48.440 --> 00:10:50.919 anyway, I can get all day and pricing and all that kind of stuff, 171 00:10:50.960 --> 00:10:54.759 but just don't sell from your from your own wallt that'll that'll help you 172 00:10:54.799 --> 00:10:58.080 out of what. All right, we got monty weaver, I believe. 173 00:10:58.159 --> 00:11:01.840 No, he's second chat. First Chats from knee. Says sounding like a 174 00:11:01.879 --> 00:11:05.320 pro. Love this stingers. preciate your knee. And then over here on, 175 00:11:05.960 --> 00:11:09.679 I yeah, Youtube, it looks like a Monty says he's watching and 176 00:11:09.720 --> 00:11:15.759 listening on the Youtube. So appreciate Monty. Super Great Guy as well, 177 00:11:15.759 --> 00:11:18.919 and there's a lot about getting brand sponsorship deal. So be sure to get 178 00:11:18.919 --> 00:11:22.399 follow him and check him out. All right, let's keep moving because I 179 00:11:22.399 --> 00:11:24.840 want to open this thing up for some queue and a if anybody has any 180 00:11:24.919 --> 00:11:30.759 questions or just from general thoughts about sponsorship stuff. All right, so never 181 00:11:30.799 --> 00:11:33.200 sell from your own wall. Okay, next thing here, and this is 182 00:11:33.200 --> 00:11:37.080 a huge one, and this is what's going to keep a lot of people 183 00:11:37.080 --> 00:11:43.039 from getting a brand deal, from getting a sponsorship deal, and it is 184 00:11:43.120 --> 00:11:48.000 asked for what you want, even if it's against the system. All right, 185 00:11:48.000 --> 00:11:54.000 when I was first clicking around the Internet, similar to this, all 186 00:11:54.080 --> 00:11:56.200 right, thanks on effect, I was looking up how do I get a 187 00:11:56.200 --> 00:12:00.399 sponsor? How do I how do I get a sponsor for my podcast in 188 00:12:00.480 --> 00:12:01.879 the answer was, oh, you got to sell CPM model, you get 189 00:12:01.919 --> 00:12:05.960 to get thousands of people listening to your show and you got to do this 190 00:12:07.120 --> 00:12:11.159 CPM rate, and that's just how it is. It is what it is, 191 00:12:11.200 --> 00:12:13.000 and go figure it out and grow your audience. Well, what I 192 00:12:13.080 --> 00:12:18.039 quickly realize was like, man, I was more focused on growing my audience 193 00:12:18.080 --> 00:12:20.399 and I was focused on nurturing my audience and I was more just, you 194 00:12:20.480 --> 00:12:22.919 know, trying to get numbers, numbers, numbers, numbers, numbers, 195 00:12:22.919 --> 00:12:26.519 and I was like I was more of a salesperson than ever, just trying 196 00:12:26.519 --> 00:12:30.600 to sell my podcast to whoever I thought may be interested in listening to it 197 00:12:30.679 --> 00:12:33.240 and then what I quickly realized was, wait a second, I got to 198 00:12:33.279 --> 00:12:39.279 build a quality audience over a quantity audience and really focus on that part of 199 00:12:39.320 --> 00:12:43.240 it. And when I focus on that part, I started to change the 200 00:12:43.279 --> 00:12:46.919 system and I went against the system. It was able to have different conversations, 201 00:12:46.960 --> 00:12:52.279 frame up different things, really dig in to the value of podcasting and 202 00:12:52.399 --> 00:12:58.159 why is it so much different than billboard and facebook marketing and putting, you 203 00:12:58.159 --> 00:13:01.720 know, putting a sticker on the back of a trucker or whatever they do? 204 00:13:01.840 --> 00:13:07.519 It's like there's so many more benefits, in my opinion, to podcast 205 00:13:07.639 --> 00:13:09.440 marketing than other things and the way we do it, in the way that 206 00:13:09.440 --> 00:13:13.240 we work with sponsors. So that is one thing that I want you to 207 00:13:13.279 --> 00:13:18.120 keep in mind is really think about the value of what you're doing, the 208 00:13:18.200 --> 00:13:20.840 value of who you are, what you're bringing to the table, and how 209 00:13:20.879 --> 00:13:24.759 does it look different than every other platform out there? And if you need 210 00:13:24.799 --> 00:13:28.440 help with some of this stuff, this is what I do. I coach 211 00:13:28.519 --> 00:13:31.360 people in sponsorships. So I have a couple seats left open if you want 212 00:13:31.360 --> 00:13:35.240 to go through a program or whatever. This is not really a room or 213 00:13:35.320 --> 00:13:43.240 a live stream to pitch my services, but it's really ninety percent mental in 214 00:13:43.240 --> 00:13:46.240 ten percent just doing systems. And when you get those systems in place and 215 00:13:46.320 --> 00:13:50.120 you don't Mentally Stumble on yourself, then you can go have the right conversations 216 00:13:50.120 --> 00:13:54.279 that are framed up properly, that really touch the value of what you're going 217 00:13:54.320 --> 00:13:56.799 to bring to a sponsor, what a response can bring to you and to 218 00:13:56.879 --> 00:14:01.519 your audience and all those kinds of things. So ask for what you want. 219 00:14:01.720 --> 00:14:03.480 If it's a hundred dollars a show, a hundred dollars. If it's 220 00:14:03.480 --> 00:14:07.840 a thousand dollars a show, it's a thousand bucks. If it's ten grand 221 00:14:07.879 --> 00:14:11.720 to show, then go ask for ten grand and be sure that you're super 222 00:14:11.720 --> 00:14:16.759 selfaware, and this is my next point, is be super selfaware and honest 223 00:14:16.799 --> 00:14:20.600 of what you're actually capable of doing. All right, don't oversell and under 224 00:14:20.679 --> 00:14:26.600 deliver, but you know like under cell and overdeliver, do the opposite. 225 00:14:26.600 --> 00:14:28.399 Okay, so don't don't go in there and say, Oh, my shows 226 00:14:28.399 --> 00:14:31.320 great, blah, blah, blah, blah, Blah Blah, and then 227 00:14:31.360 --> 00:14:33.080 you can't. You can't do what you said you're going to do. And 228 00:14:33.159 --> 00:14:35.960 a part of that is figuring out what is it that they want you to 229 00:14:35.960 --> 00:14:39.399 do? What is the Roi? Is it just money? Is it people 230 00:14:39.759 --> 00:14:43.399 you know responding in a certain way? You got to figure all this stuff 231 00:14:43.399 --> 00:14:46.759 out and you got to do the work. So don't don't show up and 232 00:14:46.279 --> 00:14:50.840 just be dishonest and to say, well, I'm capable of doing all this. 233 00:14:50.960 --> 00:14:54.799 Be Really aware and know what that looks like for you, for your 234 00:14:54.799 --> 00:14:58.799 show, for your audience, and and go from that place. And the 235 00:14:58.799 --> 00:15:03.840 reason why I think at this so much is because I don't want to go 236 00:15:03.120 --> 00:15:07.120 for run this thing as a as a content creator, as a live streamer, 237 00:15:07.159 --> 00:15:11.279 as a podcaster, and go get a brand deal and I not show 238 00:15:11.360 --> 00:15:16.039 up and then the next person behind me who has similar content or similar show 239 00:15:16.200 --> 00:15:20.320 or in the same niche doesn't get a shot at getting a brand deal because 240 00:15:20.360 --> 00:15:24.080 I went ahead and messed it all up because I wasn't prepared. So be 241 00:15:24.279 --> 00:15:28.399 super honest with yourself, be super true as yourself in that will. It'll 242 00:15:28.399 --> 00:15:31.039 all work out, trust me, all right. So next thing here is 243 00:15:31.039 --> 00:15:37.279 if you want other businesses, so you're showing up to a business to say 244 00:15:37.279 --> 00:15:37.919 hey, I want to I want you to write me a check, I 245 00:15:37.919 --> 00:15:41.960 want you to do business with me, then you got to show up like 246 00:15:43.000 --> 00:15:48.720 a business. A lot of podcasters are showing up as a hobbyist and that's 247 00:15:48.799 --> 00:15:50.200 what they are and that's that's what you can get paid to do. And 248 00:15:50.200 --> 00:15:54.120 nobody pays you to do your hobby. Okay, so they pay you to 249 00:15:54.200 --> 00:15:58.360 do your business and they do business with you. So that's what keep that 250 00:15:58.399 --> 00:16:02.879 in mind as you're moving through this process. Keep in mind I got to 251 00:16:02.919 --> 00:16:04.320 show up like a business, I got to present like a business. I 252 00:16:04.360 --> 00:16:07.480 can have all my information together, my ducks in a row. I got 253 00:16:07.480 --> 00:16:11.440 to know about my industry and what topics I can relate to and what these 254 00:16:11.480 --> 00:16:15.120 businesses might be struggling with. And if not, I get to be able 255 00:16:15.120 --> 00:16:18.240 to roll my sleeves up, jump into the ditch and figure this stuff out, 256 00:16:18.240 --> 00:16:22.559 because I want to really work with businesses for the long haul. Some 257 00:16:22.639 --> 00:16:25.679 of you are in the room, some of you're watching the livestree. When 258 00:16:25.679 --> 00:16:30.679 I said I signed to sponsors on for fifty two episodes this year, you 259 00:16:30.679 --> 00:16:33.799 think, what do you think? We did? We figured out what is 260 00:16:33.840 --> 00:16:34.919 the conversation? How do we make them a part of our show? How 261 00:16:34.960 --> 00:16:37.879 do we make him a part of our world and vice versus. So I 262 00:16:37.879 --> 00:16:42.200 want you to think about that as you are as you're thinking about sponsorship deals 263 00:16:42.200 --> 00:16:45.240 and all this kind of stuff. Now I can go real deep into all 264 00:16:45.279 --> 00:16:48.279 this, but I'm just kind of hitting the highs and moving on because I 265 00:16:48.320 --> 00:16:52.559 want to open up the stage here on clubhouse and then also over a bullhorn 266 00:16:52.559 --> 00:16:56.679 and anywhere else to bring people on. And, by the way, if 267 00:16:56.720 --> 00:17:00.879 you were happy to be in front of your camera and sitting at your desk 268 00:17:02.000 --> 00:17:04.720 and you want to jump on, you know in jump on the extra live 269 00:17:04.720 --> 00:17:08.720 stream with video, then sure, come on. You know I can do 270 00:17:08.759 --> 00:17:12.240 that too. To Send me a back channel or a chat or whatever, 271 00:17:12.319 --> 00:17:18.640 and I can scraunche around and get that going. All right, so one 272 00:17:18.839 --> 00:17:21.400 or let's jump into a chat for a couple minutes. got a chat's coming 273 00:17:21.440 --> 00:17:25.279 in here. We Got James Scott. What's up, James? Love it, 274 00:17:25.279 --> 00:17:29.559 man, appreciate you jumping in. He said just found an American sweet 275 00:17:29.599 --> 00:17:33.039 company. I can't read that far away. I'd be a great match for 276 00:17:33.079 --> 00:17:36.400 all we do. Okay, he put a big word in there. I 277 00:17:36.440 --> 00:17:37.960 think it's a city. I don't know what it is, but anyway, 278 00:17:38.759 --> 00:17:41.079 Oh, I would love to but I got covid. Sorry, James, 279 00:17:41.200 --> 00:17:45.440 hope we get to feeling better, man, sending sending prayers your way, 280 00:17:45.519 --> 00:17:48.559 good vibes your way, all that fun stuff. So hope you get better 281 00:17:48.599 --> 00:17:53.720 sooner than later. And then also Joseph Musco over here in club house. 282 00:17:53.759 --> 00:17:57.680 To cost per one tho, Yep, that's a CPM. Okay, that 283 00:17:57.799 --> 00:18:02.440 he was answering the question that he had. So it's cost per milli and 284 00:18:02.480 --> 00:18:07.599 it means costs per one Tho. What whatever. That is right. So 285 00:18:07.640 --> 00:18:11.759 if it's impressions, clicks, downloads, lessons, views, it's saying hey, 286 00:18:11.799 --> 00:18:17.039 if you get tenzero of those, I'll pay you ten dollars per one 287 00:18:17.279 --> 00:18:21.079 Tho. So I'm pay a hundred bucks or whatever for those thousand. So 288 00:18:21.920 --> 00:18:26.240 that is that. That's what that is. For a small creator like me, 289 00:18:26.480 --> 00:18:30.000 I'm not getting hundreds of thousands of downloads every month and I hang out 290 00:18:30.000 --> 00:18:36.200 with a lot of podcasters in my show does in numbers wise does much better 291 00:18:36.240 --> 00:18:41.039 than other shows, and I'm still not getting anywhere close to what I would 292 00:18:41.079 --> 00:18:45.279 need to make what I make right now because I've chosen to bring the value 293 00:18:45.400 --> 00:18:48.640 of the audience, in the purity of the audience over the size of the 294 00:18:48.680 --> 00:18:52.960 audience and hopefully, you know, you can frame that conversation up to say 295 00:18:53.599 --> 00:18:57.039 here's what we're doing in our niche. We're bringing the people who are super 296 00:18:57.119 --> 00:19:00.799 qualified to do business with you, not just a bunch of people. All 297 00:19:02.000 --> 00:19:04.079 right, cool. Now let's let's jump to two more things, and I'm 298 00:19:04.119 --> 00:19:08.799 going to open it up here, and this is hugely, hugely, hugely 299 00:19:08.839 --> 00:19:14.799 important, that you have a plan and you have an outreach plan, you 300 00:19:14.799 --> 00:19:18.480 have a system, because if you don't keep yourself accountable to these things, 301 00:19:18.519 --> 00:19:22.680 it's going to be tough. All right, so consistent outreach, consistent action 302 00:19:22.880 --> 00:19:26.279 is going to get consistent results. Okay, so if you if you have 303 00:19:26.319 --> 00:19:30.400 a solid outreach plan, this is a killer. Now you need more than 304 00:19:30.440 --> 00:19:36.400 just a solid outreach plan. Is Solid follow up strategy. The money comes 305 00:19:36.440 --> 00:19:40.039 in the follow up. Somebody say that with me said the money comes in 306 00:19:40.079 --> 00:19:44.000 the follow up. This is not a one call, closed deal. If 307 00:19:44.039 --> 00:19:48.279 you're if you're like my industry, I'm spending a lot of time educating people 308 00:19:48.359 --> 00:19:51.839 on what is it? What is podcast sponsorship? What does that look like? 309 00:19:51.839 --> 00:19:55.039 Why is it valuable? I'm not calling and saying hey, you want 310 00:19:55.039 --> 00:19:56.119 to sponsor my show. Sure, Bam, here we go. Here's the 311 00:19:56.160 --> 00:20:00.839 price. Let's go. It's not newspaper, it's not radio. People don't 312 00:20:00.920 --> 00:20:04.240 get it. It's the very early stages and so some industries you're going to 313 00:20:04.279 --> 00:20:10.599 have to take a little break and explain it. So have a phenomenal follow 314 00:20:10.720 --> 00:20:12.759 up strategy. All right. So there you go. There's a couple tips 315 00:20:12.759 --> 00:20:15.880 for you. And then, last but not least, and feel free if 316 00:20:15.920 --> 00:20:18.400 you want, to start raising your hands on clubhouse, if you want to 317 00:20:18.400 --> 00:20:22.359 come up for you are in Bull Horn. I'm going to click over there 318 00:20:22.440 --> 00:20:26.160 and hang out with you for a second here. Hey, what's up, 319 00:20:26.160 --> 00:20:30.279 big show? Brandon over here on Bullhorn. We got tie over here on 320 00:20:30.319 --> 00:20:33.640 bullhorn as well. Appreciate you guys dropping in. Those guys are with Bullhorn, 321 00:20:33.839 --> 00:20:41.000 super super what am I saying? Super, super supportive. There we 322 00:20:41.039 --> 00:20:45.599 go. I get this track to her, my three year old coming out 323 00:20:45.640 --> 00:20:48.319 like, what's going on out there, Adhd? Here we go, Squirrel. 324 00:20:48.519 --> 00:20:52.240 All right. So so those guys, ever, Bull Horn super supportive. 325 00:20:52.279 --> 00:20:53.680 If you're a creator and you want another place to create, you want 326 00:20:53.720 --> 00:20:57.200 to do this, you want to go live on a podcast player, then 327 00:20:57.319 --> 00:21:00.480 go check out bullhorn and if you want to an invite, or not an 328 00:21:00.519 --> 00:21:04.319 invite but a introduction, feel free to let me know. I'll introduce you 329 00:21:04.599 --> 00:21:08.599 to the PODCAST, a relationship manager of their, Nick does a phenomenal job. 330 00:21:08.920 --> 00:21:12.200 And then, yeah, introduced you to the team and show y'all around, 331 00:21:12.279 --> 00:21:17.400 all that fun stuff. All right. Last but not least, if 332 00:21:17.480 --> 00:21:22.599 you make it easy, it's going to be easy. So when you think 333 00:21:22.640 --> 00:21:26.440 about this, when you're putting together your sponsorship package, if you're putting together 334 00:21:26.519 --> 00:21:30.519 your outreach, if you're putting together how do you work with a sponsor, 335 00:21:30.680 --> 00:21:33.240 the easier that you make it is, the easier that it's going to be, 336 00:21:33.279 --> 00:21:37.599 the more enjoyable it's going to be, the less friction that's coming into 337 00:21:37.640 --> 00:21:41.160 your cells process, the less stuff you have to overcome, the less stuff 338 00:21:41.200 --> 00:21:44.759 that's overwhelming. You know, just make it super easy. Now, I 339 00:21:44.839 --> 00:21:47.359 learned this lesson, and I'm not going to say the hard way, because 340 00:21:47.440 --> 00:21:52.200 what we did was we approached it kind of like match the hatch, if 341 00:21:52.200 --> 00:21:56.359 you will. So we went after a sponsors with the same style media kit 342 00:21:56.640 --> 00:22:00.519 as other advertisers and other events going on in that space. We kind of 343 00:22:00.559 --> 00:22:03.880 made it look the same that way. It wasn't like this big hey, 344 00:22:03.880 --> 00:22:08.039 now we get to explain not only podcasting sponsorships, but now we got to 345 00:22:08.079 --> 00:22:11.160 explain our media Kit, we explain our pricing guide, all that kind of 346 00:22:11.160 --> 00:22:15.480 stuff. We didn't really do that. You know, the first year it 347 00:22:15.519 --> 00:22:18.720 was a little complicated, man. I had like frequency discounts. I'm like 348 00:22:18.079 --> 00:22:22.119 four shows, six shows, a shows, twelve shows, twenty four shows, 349 00:22:22.160 --> 00:22:25.519 thirty six shows, fifty two shows, you know, and then I 350 00:22:25.559 --> 00:22:27.079 can't remember what it was across the other way. But it's like this whole 351 00:22:27.160 --> 00:22:32.000 grid system, like they we are all over the place and pricing and frequency 352 00:22:32.039 --> 00:22:34.480 discounts and you know how many episodes and you know, Blah, blah, 353 00:22:34.519 --> 00:22:37.319 Blah Blah. And then it was like, I think it's like bronze, 354 00:22:37.319 --> 00:22:41.440 silver, gold, platinum picture like I did. We had a mess of 355 00:22:41.440 --> 00:22:45.000 stuff going on and I couldn't keep up with it. So not only was 356 00:22:45.039 --> 00:22:49.400 it hard for the sponsor or potential sponsor to decide, but who's also hard 357 00:22:49.400 --> 00:22:52.279 for me to keep up with. So we simplified it this year. Made 358 00:22:52.279 --> 00:22:56.039 it really easy. We got three, six, twelvemonth plan those come with 359 00:22:56.039 --> 00:23:00.279 different perks. Think about technology. Think about this software we buy every day 360 00:23:00.279 --> 00:23:03.079 when we go hey, you want the free plan, the pro plan or 361 00:23:03.079 --> 00:23:07.440 the superpro plan? That's how we kind of structured ours and added benefits, 362 00:23:07.440 --> 00:23:11.559 different benefits, within each one of those tears. So this is some, 363 00:23:12.000 --> 00:23:15.519 you know, tips for you if you're looking to go the sponsor for your 364 00:23:15.519 --> 00:23:19.000 show, for your pockets or really anything you can use. You know some 365 00:23:19.039 --> 00:23:22.799 of these approaches, some of these mindset things to go. Okay, I'm 366 00:23:22.799 --> 00:23:26.759 going to move forward in the process now at this point in the show, 367 00:23:26.960 --> 00:23:30.480 I am live. I'm live and a lot of different places right now. 368 00:23:30.519 --> 00:23:33.839 If you have any questions, feel free to drop them in the chat. 369 00:23:33.880 --> 00:23:37.240 If you want to come up on the show here on Clubhouse, feel free 370 00:23:37.279 --> 00:23:41.640 to raise your hand. If you're going bullhorn and you want to call in, 371 00:23:41.079 --> 00:23:45.480 you can do that, or there's a chat and a question thing there 372 00:23:45.480 --> 00:23:48.519 as well. FACEBOOK is chat. You do is chat, twitches chat. 373 00:23:48.559 --> 00:23:51.680 If you want to talk, we can talk. It's all I'm saying. 374 00:23:51.680 --> 00:23:53.400 Okay. So, but before we do that, I'm just going to say 375 00:23:53.400 --> 00:23:57.400 hello to my friend Elie. You down in bullies. Eli You. I'm 376 00:23:57.440 --> 00:24:02.799 doing really well, man. Appreciate you sending a message seeing how I'm doing. 377 00:24:02.839 --> 00:24:06.839 I'm doing great and Eli, you is a radio host. Talk to 378 00:24:06.839 --> 00:24:10.799 your host all those kinds of things too. So multi talented creator and really 379 00:24:10.839 --> 00:24:14.440 appreciate his friendship. All right, guys, so let me know what I'm 380 00:24:14.440 --> 00:24:18.559 doing. Am I continuing to go alive? Any questions about sponsorships? And 381 00:24:18.680 --> 00:24:22.839 this is the thing that you want to keep in mind is I'm I'm coaching 382 00:24:22.839 --> 00:24:29.000 this right, so I'm charging people a decent price to come into my program 383 00:24:29.000 --> 00:24:32.200 and to learn all these things. So one if you want to learn it, 384 00:24:32.240 --> 00:24:34.000 that option is there. If you want some coaching, that option is 385 00:24:34.000 --> 00:24:37.519 there for you. However, right now, if you're listening and you're like 386 00:24:37.559 --> 00:24:41.559 man, I want to talk about some sponsorships, I got some questions, 387 00:24:41.559 --> 00:24:45.480 now is a perfect time to do that, because now you are on the 388 00:24:45.480 --> 00:24:48.160 free plan, you're on the freemium plan, to come up ask me any 389 00:24:48.240 --> 00:24:52.559 questions that you want to about podcast advertising, marketing, all that kind of 390 00:24:52.559 --> 00:24:56.599 stuff. Oh and actually I did not have the call in feature on bullhorn 391 00:24:56.680 --> 00:25:00.400 turned on, so now turn it on. Another cool feature about bullhorn. 392 00:25:00.480 --> 00:25:03.039 You can turn it on and off. Cool, and I see my friend 393 00:25:03.119 --> 00:25:06.960 Rafael, and there we got Philippe sending me a back channel for that invite 394 00:25:07.000 --> 00:25:10.559 fully pay thinks a lot. Man, appreciate that. All right. Well, 395 00:25:10.559 --> 00:25:12.960 it doesn't look like we have anybody want to come on to do anything. 396 00:25:14.000 --> 00:25:15.160 Are you, yes, afraid of me? And Are you afraid? 397 00:25:15.160 --> 00:25:18.759 Now I get all these stingers and all these sound effects and, man, 398 00:25:18.759 --> 00:25:21.079 this guy thinks you're some radio hosts. I'm not really. I just got 399 00:25:21.200 --> 00:25:25.160 kind of board doing the same stuff, so I started making these little stingers, 400 00:25:25.400 --> 00:25:26.319 all that kind of stuff. All right, let's jump over here in 401 00:25:26.359 --> 00:25:32.480 the chat. So Joseph. Joseph says, should you turn down sponsorships if 402 00:25:32.519 --> 00:25:37.799 they don't seem great? This this is a great question and I turned down 403 00:25:37.839 --> 00:25:42.599 sponsorships at this point quite a bit because they're not a great fit for my 404 00:25:42.640 --> 00:25:45.480 audience. They're not a great fit for my audience. So what I do, 405 00:25:47.000 --> 00:25:51.279 and this is the thing, if you can get this relationship between you, 406 00:25:51.279 --> 00:25:56.640 your audience in your sponsor, this little triangle relationship, super dialed in, 407 00:25:56.240 --> 00:26:02.000 you can sign sponsors for longer periods of time and really build them into 408 00:26:02.000 --> 00:26:06.279 your show. We literally have a sponsor that if they called me tomorrow and 409 00:26:06.319 --> 00:26:08.319 said Hey, we're not doing the show anymore, it's out of our budgets. 410 00:26:08.440 --> 00:26:11.759 You know, we hate you guys whatever. I would literally be sad 411 00:26:11.839 --> 00:26:15.799 because we have so much fun doing their segment. We have so much fun 412 00:26:17.079 --> 00:26:19.920 producing that sponsorship segment that we have in our show. And what we did 413 00:26:21.000 --> 00:26:22.799 was went out and said that, like, we want this to be the 414 00:26:22.920 --> 00:26:26.960 super great fit because, one, we want to put it into our content, 415 00:26:26.079 --> 00:26:30.480 not just have it sitting on top of our content, not interrupting us 416 00:26:30.480 --> 00:26:34.519 to tell somebody about a mattress. Like we want to have people that are, 417 00:26:34.559 --> 00:26:37.079 you know, solid. It just fits right into our show. So, 418 00:26:37.200 --> 00:26:41.160 yeah, that is a great point, Joseph. I think a hundred 419 00:26:41.160 --> 00:26:45.039 percent you should say no, this isn't a newspaper, this isn't, you 420 00:26:45.079 --> 00:26:49.200 know, adds on Instagram or whatever. You have very limited amount of space. 421 00:26:49.279 --> 00:26:52.359 So you want to make sure you vet these sponsors really well to make 422 00:26:52.400 --> 00:26:56.759 sure they fit. You do a couple calls with them, interview them as 423 00:26:56.920 --> 00:27:00.880 much about being a part of your show as they do about being a part 424 00:27:00.880 --> 00:27:03.640 of your show, and and be okay with that and and be not apologetic, 425 00:27:03.680 --> 00:27:07.000 because it's your show, to your creation and you want to make sure 426 00:27:07.000 --> 00:27:11.720 that they're going to serve your audience the way that you would serve your audience. 427 00:27:11.000 --> 00:27:14.480 Now, I guess if you're a dirt bag, then sure, something 428 00:27:14.519 --> 00:27:18.319 anybody. But we go look at Google reviews. We're trying to figure out, 429 00:27:18.319 --> 00:27:19.960 like do they do a good job, because we don't want this audience 430 00:27:21.039 --> 00:27:23.359 who trust us, who we've built a relationship with, who come and listen 431 00:27:23.400 --> 00:27:27.599 our show every single week, who value what we say. We don't want 432 00:27:27.640 --> 00:27:33.039 them to go do business with some with some dirt bags who don't take care 433 00:27:33.119 --> 00:27:36.160 of them and then all of a sudden it's like, man, I'm not 434 00:27:36.200 --> 00:27:37.799 listening to your show anymore. I don't know about you guys, but I've 435 00:27:37.920 --> 00:27:44.599 literally lost interest in people who give me bad you know, and maybe it's 436 00:27:45.400 --> 00:27:48.599 to you know, maybe this is a personal problem, and so I'm trying 437 00:27:48.640 --> 00:27:52.000 to say but I've literally just been like man, you just give me a 438 00:27:52.599 --> 00:27:56.559 get terrible reference in that person was terrible, like and it makes me feel 439 00:27:56.599 --> 00:28:00.000 certain way about that person now, right or wrong, or in different but 440 00:28:00.039 --> 00:28:02.960 it's a part of it and I don't want my audience filling that way. 441 00:28:03.000 --> 00:28:04.559 So I'm going to vet the heck out of them as much as I can. 442 00:28:04.599 --> 00:28:08.359 So, yeah, great question. You should turn down sponsors? I 443 00:28:08.359 --> 00:28:12.440 turn it down. I turn them down and if they keep pushing you tell 444 00:28:12.559 --> 00:28:18.440 them to tell him to go promoted on radio records or whatever. That instagram 445 00:28:18.519 --> 00:28:22.319 channel is. All Right, me said to prof us with those stingers, 446 00:28:22.519 --> 00:28:25.640 whatever need. You're like a professional sound guy. All Right, I see 447 00:28:25.640 --> 00:28:26.880 some people jump into the clubhouse room. What's up? Mark? Going to 448 00:28:26.880 --> 00:28:30.680 see a George? Could to see Julius Smiths in them nes, Jennifer Jayne 449 00:28:30.720 --> 00:28:33.960 down on the bottom there. Mike, always fun time. Need Philippi, 450 00:28:33.960 --> 00:28:37.799 a Ryan? I think I got everybody. They can get everybody. So 451 00:28:37.839 --> 00:28:41.319 if you have any questions, feel free to jump up if you're on clubhouse 452 00:28:41.519 --> 00:28:45.400 or I'm going to check bullhorn. Make sure no one's asking any questions there. 453 00:28:45.480 --> 00:28:48.400 NOPE, all right, perfect. Now this is the thing about multi 454 00:28:48.440 --> 00:28:53.440 streaming. Oh all right, here's my dad on facebook. That's what I'm 455 00:28:53.480 --> 00:29:00.640 talking about. That's my number one viewers right there, my parents. All 456 00:29:00.720 --> 00:29:03.759 right, guys, this has been so much fun. Really appreciate you of 457 00:29:03.799 --> 00:29:07.920 being a part of the show tonight and if you want to check out this, 458 00:29:07.920 --> 00:29:11.720 this live stream, we're going to be this week. We were Monday, 459 00:29:11.759 --> 00:29:15.799 we're Sunday. Monday, tonight's Tuesday. We're taking tomorrow and Thursday off 460 00:29:15.799 --> 00:29:18.440 because I got to record some shows from my other podcasts and they'll be back 461 00:29:18.480 --> 00:29:22.920 on Friday to talk about some more stuff, and I'm working on some guests 462 00:29:22.920 --> 00:29:25.640 to line up so it's not just going to be me in a talking head 463 00:29:25.680 --> 00:29:29.359 but we can to bring some other creators on to talk about what they do 464 00:29:29.480 --> 00:29:33.839 in this creation space to really help motivate you and encourage you as a creator. 465 00:29:33.880 --> 00:29:37.680 You know, my wife has brought up this point many times. That's 466 00:29:37.799 --> 00:29:41.920 very important to have community and very important to have other people who are in 467 00:29:41.960 --> 00:29:47.480 similar situations. That way you can get the motivation, inspiration, all those 468 00:29:47.519 --> 00:29:49.559 fun things. And I don't know about you, but when I'm done talking 469 00:29:49.559 --> 00:29:53.400 to people on Clubhouse, where I'm done doing a live stream and I'm talking 470 00:29:53.440 --> 00:29:57.640 to other people, I am really excited to you know, opera. I 471 00:29:57.640 --> 00:30:00.559 won't sleep later after you acting. I'm like, okay, I'MNA have trouble 472 00:30:00.599 --> 00:30:03.640 sleeping because I'm thinking of so much stuff, my creativities firing off all those 473 00:30:03.720 --> 00:30:07.359 kinds of fun things. All right, cool. Now we had Joseph went 474 00:30:07.359 --> 00:30:11.559 another question. Awesome, Joseph Man. Joseph is holding down the questions. 475 00:30:11.599 --> 00:30:15.440 Okay, I really appreciate that being curious in going after it. So he 476 00:30:15.480 --> 00:30:21.799 says our sponsorships just like commercial clips during your podcast. So this is this 477 00:30:21.880 --> 00:30:26.319 is a good this is a good question because there's no real rules in doing 478 00:30:26.359 --> 00:30:30.160 this. Now, traditionally, which I just break all traditional rules, traditionally 479 00:30:30.319 --> 00:30:34.599 you have like a Pre roll amid role and then like a post role in 480 00:30:34.680 --> 00:30:38.079 those are different values. You know whatever, you set them up differently. 481 00:30:38.440 --> 00:30:41.720 If you're in the beginning of the show it's more expensive, or maybe the 482 00:30:41.720 --> 00:30:44.759 middles mark expensive. I don't really know. Never looked into it. I 483 00:30:44.759 --> 00:30:48.079 don't really sell it that way. But what we do is we make every 484 00:30:48.119 --> 00:30:52.880 sponsor, and we have a limited number of spots, really part of our 485 00:30:52.240 --> 00:30:56.759 show. So we are are bringing them in and you know, it depends 486 00:30:56.839 --> 00:31:02.440 on the package, but like one of our sponsors has their own produced commercial. 487 00:31:02.480 --> 00:31:04.559 So we're video and audio. So we're like yeah, let's do it, 488 00:31:04.599 --> 00:31:08.400 you're the production values there. Let's just bring in your creative into our 489 00:31:08.440 --> 00:31:12.680 world, play your commercial and we'll commentate on the back side of it. 490 00:31:12.880 --> 00:31:15.599 And we have like this this little bit. Some of you guys have heard 491 00:31:15.599 --> 00:31:18.920 of the story so many times probably sick of it, but we had this 492 00:31:18.960 --> 00:31:22.119 little bit with one of our boat dealers, are only boat dealer actually, 493 00:31:22.839 --> 00:31:25.559 and it's like it's like a little joke. So the one of the owners 494 00:31:25.559 --> 00:31:27.799 of the company, I say he's Tech Challenge, like he just got an 495 00:31:27.799 --> 00:31:32.640 email. I don't really know him that well, but we always bring on 496 00:31:32.680 --> 00:31:37.759 a joke that Tarrell has told the audience and or that Tarrell told my cohost, 497 00:31:37.799 --> 00:31:40.039 my coast brings it on. It's just one of those dumb a little 498 00:31:40.119 --> 00:31:42.680 dad joke, fish jokes or whatever, and would you say, Oh yeah, 499 00:31:42.720 --> 00:31:45.559 Terrell told us a joke this week. Blah, Blah Blah. It's 500 00:31:45.599 --> 00:31:48.279 really become a part of the show and then you know they're their community like 501 00:31:48.359 --> 00:31:51.079 comes in. It as like, Oh yeah, it's good, tells a 502 00:31:51.160 --> 00:31:53.000 joke, Terrell or whatever, and it makes a lot of fun. So 503 00:31:53.119 --> 00:31:56.319 we try to get creative like that. We're not trying to just say, 504 00:31:56.359 --> 00:32:00.279 okay, guys, we got a message from marine warehouse, will be right 505 00:32:00.359 --> 00:32:01.640 back, and then it's like, you know, good marine warehouse, they're 506 00:32:01.720 --> 00:32:06.400 great, like yeah, we have a little piece like that that they've produced, 507 00:32:06.440 --> 00:32:09.519 but at the end of the day we really are building this quality relationship 508 00:32:09.519 --> 00:32:14.720 with them and what happens is when you fit this in. Really Nice is 509 00:32:14.759 --> 00:32:17.960 those sponsors are also in your world there and your community there and your niche. 510 00:32:17.960 --> 00:32:22.799 If you've set it up this way and when you promote your episodes, 511 00:32:22.119 --> 00:32:27.160 they help you promote your episodes. So we've seen, you know, growth 512 00:32:27.240 --> 00:32:30.000 that way as well and meeting New People and networking all that kind of fun 513 00:32:30.000 --> 00:32:35.599 stuff, because our sponsors will actually share out our episode. So, yeah, 514 00:32:35.720 --> 00:32:38.799 great question. I think it creative with it. That's what's worked for 515 00:32:38.920 --> 00:32:42.680 us. I guess it depends on your industry and all that kind of stuff, 516 00:32:42.680 --> 00:32:45.279 but yeah, good question. They're Joseph. Really appreciate it. All 517 00:32:45.400 --> 00:32:47.720 right, all right, all right. Well, I think I'm going to 518 00:32:47.799 --> 00:32:52.720 wind this thing down. Really appreciate everyone jumping in here, if your over 519 00:32:52.799 --> 00:32:57.640 on bullhorn or if you are facebook or youtube or wherever you're at. Appreciate 520 00:32:57.680 --> 00:33:01.240 you guys, and you can check out the replay only you'll be able to 521 00:33:01.319 --> 00:33:06.799 check it out on facebook or Youtube, but the audio is only going to 522 00:33:06.839 --> 00:33:10.480 be available on Bull Horn. So if you want to go over to bullhorn 523 00:33:10.640 --> 00:33:15.880 and follow daily or creating daily, there we go. I'm going to get 524 00:33:15.880 --> 00:33:16.880 it. I'm going to get a promise. I got creating for money and 525 00:33:16.920 --> 00:33:21.000 creating daily. So I'll bring that over there. All Right, okay, 526 00:33:21.039 --> 00:33:23.720 we got we got Jane, I believe, coming up here. Let me 527 00:33:23.920 --> 00:33:35.039 let me pull her up. Hey, Jane, how are you? Can 528 00:33:35.200 --> 00:33:39.079 Can I hear you? Can you hear me? Jane, going once. 529 00:33:40.400 --> 00:33:43.200 Can you hear me? Oh, there we go, I can hear you 530 00:33:43.240 --> 00:33:49.400 now. Okay, Oak Hi, I'm a bit of a Unicorn in that 531 00:33:49.559 --> 00:33:53.279 I am not a podcaster. I'm a person that guests a lot on podcasts, 532 00:33:53.880 --> 00:33:59.720 or at least I'm started to. So I'm curious when you speak of 533 00:33:59.759 --> 00:34:04.720 audiences and finding your niche, do you find that most podcasters look for a 534 00:34:04.880 --> 00:34:12.400 specific social group to target as far as audience goes and guests go, or 535 00:34:12.400 --> 00:34:17.079 do you think it's more effective to find people from all sorts of walks of 536 00:34:17.079 --> 00:34:24.679 life that might have a common thread back to the social the audience? Yeah, 537 00:34:24.719 --> 00:34:28.239 this is a good question. I love it and thanks for jumping up 538 00:34:28.320 --> 00:34:31.199 here and asking the question. And I think if you want to, and 539 00:34:31.239 --> 00:34:35.920 I've created several shows, I've created some shows that are pretty broad, they're 540 00:34:35.960 --> 00:34:39.079 pretty general. They don't sorry to I'm going to meet your mic here. 541 00:34:39.119 --> 00:34:42.559 Sorry, there you go. So it's kind of broad, it's kind of 542 00:34:42.559 --> 00:34:45.800 general, there's no real focus. I've created those types of shows and they 543 00:34:45.800 --> 00:34:51.920 get no real audience. They have get no real following because it's it's inconsistent. 544 00:34:51.960 --> 00:34:53.760 It's kind of like if I, if I turn on my TV and 545 00:34:53.800 --> 00:34:58.480 I'm like I'm going to watch American idol and it was, you know, 546 00:34:58.559 --> 00:35:02.480 the beginning shows of American idol, and they're like doing something completely different every 547 00:35:02.519 --> 00:35:06.440 single night and it's so inconsistent. I might be like man, I'm not 548 00:35:06.440 --> 00:35:08.480 gonna do this, but there's like eighty percent of like I know it's going 549 00:35:08.519 --> 00:35:12.320 to happen, and there might be that twenty percent of like, Oh man, 550 00:35:12.320 --> 00:35:14.559 I'm shocked, like that's crazy, and it's what kind of keeps me 551 00:35:14.599 --> 00:35:19.079 hooked, those little cliffhangers. So my opinion, if depends on what you 552 00:35:19.079 --> 00:35:22.760 want to do with your show. You know, pick a niche. Like 553 00:35:22.840 --> 00:35:24.400 I hear a lot of Podcasters, a lot of you know, creators in 554 00:35:24.440 --> 00:35:27.960 general. It's because we're probably, you know, just creative, like it's 555 00:35:28.000 --> 00:35:30.880 what we do. But they'll go, oh, you know what, I'm 556 00:35:30.920 --> 00:35:34.760 just going to start my show and my audience will find me and I'm tell 557 00:35:34.800 --> 00:35:38.000 you that is not going to happen. Like pick your audience, figure out 558 00:35:38.039 --> 00:35:42.639 what kind of content they want, that they're asking for, they're already consuming 559 00:35:42.679 --> 00:35:47.559 that you can talk around and create the that content and that they're actually looking 560 00:35:47.599 --> 00:35:50.920 for, and when you do that they're going to confind you. I have 561 00:35:50.960 --> 00:35:54.280 a super niche podcast. It's about salwater fishing on the coast North Carolina and 562 00:35:54.360 --> 00:35:58.639 we probably have like one of the purest audience of any podcaster. I know 563 00:35:58.920 --> 00:36:00.960 because we're just dialing it in. We're dialing it in, dialing in and 564 00:36:01.039 --> 00:36:05.639 all in it in and getting ready to launch a second show and dialing it 565 00:36:05.679 --> 00:36:08.880 in even a touch further to handle one type of fishing versus just all the 566 00:36:08.920 --> 00:36:12.800 rest, which has a membership and all this. So it's a whole different, 567 00:36:12.840 --> 00:36:17.199 whole different ball game. But in my opinion I would pick a niche, 568 00:36:17.239 --> 00:36:22.400 pick a topic and dive into that topic and go go. What is 569 00:36:22.400 --> 00:36:24.400 the old saying? It inch wide and a mild deep. It has gotten 570 00:36:24.440 --> 00:36:29.159 me a lot further personally than a mile wide and in an inch deep. 571 00:36:29.199 --> 00:36:32.039 So hopefully that helps you out and answers your question. There, yes and 572 00:36:32.159 --> 00:36:37.239 no. From the podcaster side, that does make sense. I guess as 573 00:36:37.280 --> 00:36:45.400 a person that guests on other people's podcasts. My background is veteran services in 574 00:36:45.480 --> 00:36:49.800 the VA, benefits for the veterans and the Widows and the children at all 575 00:36:50.039 --> 00:36:54.199 they go along with it. I'm a retired army, army reserve, and 576 00:36:54.239 --> 00:37:00.400 I spent twelve years helping veterans and widows get their benefits. Very so thank 577 00:37:00.440 --> 00:37:08.719 you. And because of that my knowledge base goes in so many different directions, 578 00:37:08.719 --> 00:37:15.559 whether it's working with the elderly, whether it's working with the younger generation 579 00:37:15.559 --> 00:37:22.320 and getting their education benefits, whether it's working with educating families about all the 580 00:37:22.559 --> 00:37:28.480 diseases. Recently, the president mentioned nine new cancers that are going out a 581 00:37:28.559 --> 00:37:32.880 list in the state of the Union speech, and it's crazy. It's going 582 00:37:32.920 --> 00:37:37.840 which cancers? Who? where? You know all that kind of information that 583 00:37:37.960 --> 00:37:42.199 needs to be told, but yet have you ever seen a be a commercial 584 00:37:42.320 --> 00:37:47.079 or a via talk show or anything out there other than on the Internet, 585 00:37:47.199 --> 00:37:52.760 especially because almost half of our veterans her over the age of sixty five. 586 00:37:53.000 --> 00:37:58.599 Many of them are dying from thirty eight different cancers related to their military service, 587 00:38:00.760 --> 00:38:06.199 and there's at least eight million widows out there who, of course, 588 00:38:06.280 --> 00:38:09.920 have no reason to question why, if the va would have benefits for them. 589 00:38:10.079 --> 00:38:15.760 So my particular field of knowledge goes in so many different directions. Got 590 00:38:15.800 --> 00:38:21.079 You. You talked about being you know, your niche is the salt water 591 00:38:21.119 --> 00:38:25.000 fishermen. Well, I have to wonder how many of those fishermen are veterans 592 00:38:25.039 --> 00:38:30.400 and or family members of veterans dealing with taking care of that dying brother or 593 00:38:30.440 --> 00:38:37.119 that sister that is financially distraught because maybe she's set some mental health issues. 594 00:38:37.199 --> 00:38:39.599 Yeah, so, I so. I love this. I love that you've 595 00:38:39.599 --> 00:38:43.719 brought this up and I you know, I want to come at it from 596 00:38:43.760 --> 00:38:49.440 a perspective of even from the guessing side, if I want to go be 597 00:38:49.519 --> 00:38:52.280 on you know shows that I want to I want to build the audience of 598 00:38:52.280 --> 00:38:54.719 those types of people. Right. So, if I so, if I'm 599 00:38:54.440 --> 00:38:59.679 a podcaster and I help podcasters make money, if I'm going and this happened 600 00:38:59.679 --> 00:39:02.199 to me actually, my name is billy, Billy Thorpe, and there's an 601 00:39:02.199 --> 00:39:07.000 Australian rock star named Billy Thorpe, and when I first started podcasting and guessing 602 00:39:07.079 --> 00:39:13.320 on shows, I got booked all kinds of times by Australian podcasters who wanted 603 00:39:13.360 --> 00:39:15.400 some Click Bait, and you know, I mean that's not that case here, 604 00:39:15.440 --> 00:39:19.920 but my whole point was I was saying yes to everyone, but I 605 00:39:19.960 --> 00:39:23.119 wasn't really getting the traction that I wanted. And it's similar to and into 606 00:39:23.199 --> 00:39:27.800 your point like, okay, there's a bunch of saltwater fishermen who are probably 607 00:39:27.880 --> 00:39:30.480 veterans who need to know about this information. That is a hundred percent correct, 608 00:39:30.519 --> 00:39:36.400 but they did not come to my show to learn about veterans and Ben 609 00:39:36.519 --> 00:39:39.320 and benefits of veterans or for veterans. They came to my show to learn 610 00:39:39.320 --> 00:39:44.000 about saltwater fishing. So I think once again, I would probably steer in 611 00:39:44.039 --> 00:39:47.360 the direction and say, you know, go be a part of shows that 612 00:39:47.400 --> 00:39:52.519 are really catering to veterans and that their audiences veterans. Because here's the thing, 613 00:39:52.599 --> 00:39:57.519 the more veterans that you reach out to and that you educate and that 614 00:39:57.599 --> 00:40:00.639 reach out to you and that you can serve, well, guess who? 615 00:40:00.679 --> 00:40:02.960 They know. They know a ton of other veterans that can do the same 616 00:40:04.000 --> 00:40:06.760 thing, that can put you in touch and all that kind of stuff. 617 00:40:06.800 --> 00:40:08.920 So I would really think about it, you know, and I know, 618 00:40:08.679 --> 00:40:13.400 and just full transparency, like I don't podcast guest a lot, so you 619 00:40:13.440 --> 00:40:15.960 probably even know more than I do about that. But you know my my 620 00:40:16.000 --> 00:40:19.840 thought process of how I do it. I'm like, I want to be 621 00:40:19.920 --> 00:40:24.400 on podcast about podcasting or about live streaming or content creation and talk about how 622 00:40:24.440 --> 00:40:29.199 to help those people make money, because that's what I do. If five 623 00:40:29.239 --> 00:40:31.599 people from, Um, you know, like I don't know, like a 624 00:40:31.599 --> 00:40:35.480 dog you know, a dog training show, wanted me to reach at, 625 00:40:35.480 --> 00:40:37.119 you know, reach out to say and I want you to be on my 626 00:40:37.119 --> 00:40:39.920 show, I probably now I'm not really interested because, yes, those people 627 00:40:40.039 --> 00:40:45.679 might be podcasters, they might be contact creators, but they're not really coming 628 00:40:45.719 --> 00:40:47.239 to your show to learn about that. Does that make sense? Is that 629 00:40:47.320 --> 00:40:51.679 help clarify my thoughts a little bit to you? Yes, it does. 630 00:40:51.719 --> 00:40:55.119 I've got to do some refocusing then. Thank you. Yeah, absolutely love 631 00:40:55.199 --> 00:40:59.000 it. Love the conversation. Thanks for jumping up. Let's see we get 632 00:40:59.039 --> 00:41:00.519 a couple more people back out, I'll hang out you guys. You guys 633 00:41:00.519 --> 00:41:04.840 are late bloomers. I've been begging you to come on stage over here in 634 00:41:04.880 --> 00:41:07.039 club house for a while and now here we are, so I'm bring you 635 00:41:07.119 --> 00:41:09.440 up here. Here we go, here we go, knee and Michael, 636 00:41:10.760 --> 00:41:15.039 if I may, yeah, go for it. If you are veteran or 637 00:41:15.119 --> 00:41:17.800 have a veteran to the family, check my profile. I work off of 638 00:41:17.840 --> 00:41:22.679 linked in. I am totally free. I do this strictly as a volunteer 639 00:41:22.719 --> 00:41:28.559 and I'd be happy to provide the links and attachments to tools I used to 640 00:41:28.599 --> 00:41:31.719 teach with so you can pass a body as thank you. Awesome. Thank 641 00:41:31.760 --> 00:41:35.719 you so much. Thank you for jumping up here and hanging out and tell 642 00:41:35.760 --> 00:41:37.440 us a little bit about what you do. I'm going to pass the mic 643 00:41:37.440 --> 00:41:42.360 over tone, but before I do now this is the part of a live 644 00:41:42.400 --> 00:41:45.960 show that gets a little tricky because you get your friends on clubhouse and we 645 00:41:45.960 --> 00:41:50.360 could talk for days and hours and and everybody has thoughts about different things. 646 00:41:50.440 --> 00:41:52.800 But I'm not really running a clubhouse room, running a livestream, so I 647 00:41:52.840 --> 00:41:54.159 want to keep it short and sweet. But I do want to give everyone 648 00:41:54.199 --> 00:41:59.719 a chance to chat, and I think Michael and me both tag their my 649 00:42:00.440 --> 00:42:01.880 when our last guest was up, so they might have some information for her, 650 00:42:01.920 --> 00:42:06.559 which is totally cool. I just want to end this live stream a 651 00:42:06.559 --> 00:42:08.599 little bit sooner than later. So there you go. That's my that's my 652 00:42:08.719 --> 00:42:15.400 little whipping these guys in the shape knee the mics. He is my friend. 653 00:42:15.719 --> 00:42:19.079 Okay, Mr Billy, I wasn't coming up here to chat a lot 654 00:42:19.119 --> 00:42:22.159 because I'm laying bad lazy, but I was going to answer something, but 655 00:42:22.199 --> 00:42:28.840 then you add miss Jane. But I was going to say a lot of 656 00:42:28.920 --> 00:42:34.320 US veterans, I'm still active duty and I had to help a family and 657 00:42:34.360 --> 00:42:38.119 I had to go online to research to find stuff. So I think in 658 00:42:38.760 --> 00:42:43.159 itself a little Miss Jane, if you're listening, you already got a niche 659 00:42:43.239 --> 00:42:45.880 that you got to focus on, you know, and there's a lot when 660 00:42:45.880 --> 00:42:51.760 you go on facebook, there's a lot of veteran facebook groups that you can 661 00:42:51.760 --> 00:42:54.719 connect. I know of one, which is team red, white and blue. 662 00:42:54.800 --> 00:43:00.719 It is nationwide and I'm sure in within that group you could build up 663 00:43:00.719 --> 00:43:06.159 a really, really good community. I started to him red white and blue 664 00:43:06.519 --> 00:43:12.039 out here in for lettle wood and I build a build a group that is 665 00:43:12.079 --> 00:43:15.360 like really, really huge. I'm no more the chapter captain, but I 666 00:43:15.400 --> 00:43:19.840 do get involved every now and now and then, you know, because I 667 00:43:19.840 --> 00:43:22.320 had to give it up because I was focusing on something else and I had 668 00:43:22.360 --> 00:43:25.639 to go to South Korea. So the group still had to go ahead, 669 00:43:25.679 --> 00:43:31.119 but then it is nationwide. I was privileged to be on a bended APP 670 00:43:31.199 --> 00:43:36.639 foot team red white and blue to raise money for veterans running coast to colds 671 00:43:36.719 --> 00:43:40.519 back in my old days when I was a good ultra a Maritana. So 672 00:43:40.639 --> 00:43:46.679 running across America raising money to but bring the awareness of what veterans do. 673 00:43:46.840 --> 00:43:51.440 SOFA, you know. So I don't know why you look at it at 674 00:43:51.440 --> 00:43:54.159 but I would say look into it and it's team red, white and blue. 675 00:43:54.800 --> 00:43:58.519 They really pretty, pretty awesome. And Billy, I yield the MC 676 00:43:58.639 --> 00:44:00.119 back to your states. Thank you, sir, Ye the Maynn. Thanks 677 00:44:00.119 --> 00:44:04.000 for jumping up and sharing all that good information. Man. I think that's 678 00:44:04.000 --> 00:44:07.639 super valuable. So thanks for jumping up and doing that. And next up 679 00:44:07.679 --> 00:44:09.239 I'm going to pass the Mike to my friend Michael Sterling, which maybe I 680 00:44:09.280 --> 00:44:15.079 should have took some lessons about multi streaming and managing multiple audiences that kind of 681 00:44:15.119 --> 00:44:17.920 thing. But until then, Michael, I'm passing the Mike to you. 682 00:44:17.960 --> 00:44:22.119 Man. Hello, hello, billy. Hi, so I actually have a 683 00:44:22.199 --> 00:44:25.760 question for the topic of the room, talking about podcast sponsorships. As you 684 00:44:25.760 --> 00:44:31.320 know, I run a clubhouse and twitter space simul chat every week and I'm 685 00:44:31.360 --> 00:44:37.039 actually right now at earlier I was late coming into your room because I've been 686 00:44:37.079 --> 00:44:39.440 working on editing that down into a podcast form. So my question for you 687 00:44:39.519 --> 00:44:43.679 when it comes to sponsorship is I know of a lot of people who are 688 00:44:43.679 --> 00:44:45.639 doing or spaces, doing clubhouse rooms, things like that, and they are 689 00:44:45.679 --> 00:44:50.920 converting it into podcasts, and so I just kind of would like to know 690 00:44:51.000 --> 00:44:54.280 what your thoughts are on getting sponsorships for such podcasts and if it would be 691 00:44:54.320 --> 00:44:58.440 a sponsorship for the space where you think you should get it for just the 692 00:44:58.480 --> 00:45:01.079 podcast or for the whole thing saying, or kind of where you see maybe 693 00:45:01.119 --> 00:45:07.840 all that going things. Yeah, man, love this question and you know, 694 00:45:07.000 --> 00:45:10.360 this is kind of interesting because I was announcing the launch of this new 695 00:45:10.400 --> 00:45:14.920 podcast live right, more of a live shot, I guess, creating daily 696 00:45:15.239 --> 00:45:17.559 and that this conversation came up because it was like, Hey, the average 697 00:45:17.599 --> 00:45:22.400 podcast doesn't really get that many listens, but then you can jump into a 698 00:45:22.400 --> 00:45:24.960 social audio room like this and you can have, you know, more people 699 00:45:24.960 --> 00:45:28.920 listening to the show and then you get the replay and I guess it's just 700 00:45:28.960 --> 00:45:30.440 busier. You know, it's like a busier traffic to you know, traffic 701 00:45:30.480 --> 00:45:35.920 place or whatever. So, man, I think you could get creative and 702 00:45:35.400 --> 00:45:40.719 in offer, you know, different packages that include different things. You know, 703 00:45:40.719 --> 00:45:44.960 it's like that's what we do. We say, Hey, we're not 704 00:45:45.079 --> 00:45:47.559 just giving your message on our podcast, but we're going to promote you on 705 00:45:47.559 --> 00:45:52.599 our newsletter, we're going to promote you when we promoted on instagram and facebook 706 00:45:52.639 --> 00:45:55.000 and all these different places. If you know, for the right amount of 707 00:45:55.039 --> 00:46:00.559 money and the right package, your branding, your message, can go with 708 00:46:00.679 --> 00:46:06.199 us into our whole ecosystem and not just audio only. And so, man, 709 00:46:06.239 --> 00:46:08.360 I would encourage you to sit you know, say hey, if you 710 00:46:08.360 --> 00:46:13.400 guys want to be if you want to be a part of the live show, 711 00:46:13.519 --> 00:46:15.760 that is a different deal, and if you just want to be a 712 00:46:15.800 --> 00:46:19.519 part of the show, because if you're taking this, Michael, off of 713 00:46:19.599 --> 00:46:22.880 this platform and you're editing it and you're getting it nice, which I imagine 714 00:46:22.920 --> 00:46:24.599 you are, because you're an audio file, and then you're putting it back 715 00:46:24.639 --> 00:46:28.320 out there, then you have that option to go hey, we can make 716 00:46:28.320 --> 00:46:30.840 you part of the live show with a link at the top of the screen, 717 00:46:31.239 --> 00:46:34.360 you know, or whatever. If you're on Bullhorn, for instance, 718 00:46:34.360 --> 00:46:37.480 you can do ads on here. We're you're just or we can put you 719 00:46:37.559 --> 00:46:40.039 in after the live showing. You just be a part of the recording. 720 00:46:40.079 --> 00:46:45.159 I think that is totally an option and I would I think you're moving the 721 00:46:45.199 --> 00:46:47.519 right direction. I'll just say that I haven't you know, take me a 722 00:46:47.559 --> 00:46:51.599 couple days to think about it and how to position it, but I think 723 00:46:51.599 --> 00:46:53.519 you're onto something for sure. Well, thank you and I do intend to 724 00:46:53.519 --> 00:46:58.039 talk with you and even Jemmy on owl some more about this, because I 725 00:46:58.079 --> 00:47:00.760 have questions I would like to talk with you. Thanks. Yeah, man, 726 00:47:00.800 --> 00:47:01.760 absolutely well in, Michael, we're going to have you on the show 727 00:47:01.800 --> 00:47:05.159 to man, I get to get it my brain what I want to talk 728 00:47:05.199 --> 00:47:07.840 to you about. So be looking for for the back chat. They're all 729 00:47:07.960 --> 00:47:12.400 right. And next up got my friend, producer, Jimmy. She's been 730 00:47:12.480 --> 00:47:16.360 on this APP all day and I'm glad you came to my room and I 731 00:47:16.400 --> 00:47:20.280 was going to have her on the show tonight, but she like back to 732 00:47:20.320 --> 00:47:22.079 back to back rooms and I was didn't know what time and I was doing 733 00:47:22.119 --> 00:47:27.280 my taxes and so, anyway, what's up? How are you? And 734 00:47:27.360 --> 00:47:30.280 now I re arranging furniture, but honestly, billy, I only came up 735 00:47:30.280 --> 00:47:32.119 here because you're being all complainty pants and don't know one being up here. 736 00:47:32.480 --> 00:47:37.679 Yes, yes, here a pipal and be able to say I got to 737 00:47:37.719 --> 00:47:44.239 be on billy stays today. I love it. I love those pity hand 738 00:47:44.320 --> 00:47:47.320 raises after I beg for like forty five minutes for somebody to talk, like 739 00:47:47.480 --> 00:47:51.840 please, you know what? I'm just gonna say this. I we did 740 00:47:51.840 --> 00:47:54.960 taxes, as I've said Multiple Times today, and if you guys are expensive, 741 00:47:55.000 --> 00:47:58.360 okay, they just put it out there. You guys are expensive to 742 00:47:58.440 --> 00:48:01.000 talk to my friends on the Internet. But that's why I told my wife, 743 00:48:01.000 --> 00:48:05.079 I'm like, man, this stuff gets expensive, all this gear and 744 00:48:05.079 --> 00:48:07.280 equipment, but it's all fun. It's all fun, so I enjoy it. 745 00:48:07.400 --> 00:48:12.639 Love the community. Producer Jimmy and I are planning on her being on 746 00:48:12.760 --> 00:48:16.119 the show Friday night, so maybe said I'll be back with us. We'll 747 00:48:16.119 --> 00:48:20.400 see. My have three people in the show. It's going to be super 748 00:48:20.400 --> 00:48:22.519 exciting. So this is the community and this is the reason why I'm, 749 00:48:22.599 --> 00:48:27.679 you know, created, created, creating daily is really to give me an 750 00:48:27.679 --> 00:48:30.559 excuse to go live, to bring my friends on. And you know, 751 00:48:30.599 --> 00:48:35.079 my podcast, podcasting for money, wasn't it just I'm are creating for money. 752 00:48:35.199 --> 00:48:37.599 Rather, I changed the name anyway. It was just too like I 753 00:48:37.599 --> 00:48:40.599 can't really bring a ton of people on there and have like a lot of 754 00:48:40.599 --> 00:48:44.920 fun, and I want to talk to more creators about what they're doing to 755 00:48:45.000 --> 00:48:49.000 inspire other people in the industry that, hey, it's possible. You know, 756 00:48:49.079 --> 00:48:53.039 this is a road that is lonely if not traveled with other people, 757 00:48:53.039 --> 00:48:58.960 and luckily for US podcasters and live streamers and other types of multi people in 758 00:48:59.000 --> 00:49:02.679 this room, we can all kind of band together and getting these rooms, 759 00:49:02.760 --> 00:49:07.079 getting these spaces. Get on Bullhorn, get on Youtube, facebook, all 760 00:49:07.119 --> 00:49:09.039 these all these fun places, and light each other up, so to speaking, 761 00:49:09.079 --> 00:49:12.880 fire each other up. I don't have a need something, I need 762 00:49:12.880 --> 00:49:15.440 a sound effect. Hold on, I got one. I got one right 763 00:49:15.440 --> 00:49:19.199 here. You guys can love this one. Well, that sure sounds good. 764 00:49:19.360 --> 00:49:22.440 Anyway. What do you okay, so the three people on the stage, 765 00:49:22.440 --> 00:49:25.199 I'll pull you. Maybe. Maybe I should have created a poll in 766 00:49:25.280 --> 00:49:30.679 bullhorn as well. What do you think about clubhouse rooms with stingers? I 767 00:49:30.800 --> 00:49:34.559 mean, Hey, I love it it, man, you should get I 768 00:49:34.599 --> 00:49:40.840 like that Olsh. What is it? I like that Ols Oh, I 769 00:49:40.840 --> 00:49:46.119 don't know what that is. Anyway, Michael, what do you think? 770 00:49:46.119 --> 00:49:50.440 You're not idio Guy, I mean I got a road caster. Oh Yeah, 771 00:49:50.519 --> 00:49:52.480 yeah, road caster pro group. Later you'll hear all sorts of stingers. 772 00:49:52.719 --> 00:49:55.960 Okay, okay, so road caster probe promotion time. What time is 773 00:49:55.960 --> 00:49:59.599 that group? Now? I know it did. It is moved to nine 774 00:49:59.639 --> 00:50:04.000 PM central time in the US tonight, every Tuesday night, right here on 775 00:50:04.039 --> 00:50:07.559 clubhouse. All right, go to the road caster pro club, join it 776 00:50:07.599 --> 00:50:12.000 whatever, as a mixed cast for user. I go that they even mentioned 777 00:50:12.719 --> 00:50:19.119 the even mention. I'm just kidding. I will tell you what happened. 778 00:50:19.159 --> 00:50:21.360 I you know my road caster, and you guys, I mean you guys, 779 00:50:21.360 --> 00:50:23.239 probably know this on the stage, but my road caster, the three 780 00:50:23.400 --> 00:50:28.199 of four headphone jacks in the back don't work. So I went through the 781 00:50:28.199 --> 00:50:30.920 process, did the whole warranty thing, like I'm going to send it back, 782 00:50:30.960 --> 00:50:34.880 I'm going to send it back. I got another task him Mini Studio, 783 00:50:35.079 --> 00:50:38.360 and that mini studio actually sounds really great. Now. I didn't really 784 00:50:38.360 --> 00:50:42.159 care for too much because I was, you know, pushing the buttons wrong 785 00:50:42.199 --> 00:50:44.599 and turning people off and on, and I mean all kinds of crap. 786 00:50:44.639 --> 00:50:46.519 Anyway, funny how to work it better. It would be good, but 787 00:50:46.639 --> 00:50:50.760 I reach back out the road and said, Hey, look, I can't, 788 00:50:51.000 --> 00:50:52.840 I just can't do this for the next couple months, like I need 789 00:50:52.840 --> 00:50:55.800 my road caster until you back in the states and then I can send it 790 00:50:55.840 --> 00:51:00.639 back and you know, maybe I'll pick up a mix cast for something, 791 00:51:00.679 --> 00:51:04.559 you know in the in the time being that's out for repair. But Anyway, 792 00:51:04.639 --> 00:51:07.239 I said all that to say I took it out of the box and 793 00:51:07.280 --> 00:51:10.320 put it back on my desk. So I'm in love with this thing. 794 00:51:10.440 --> 00:51:14.679 Can't, can't deal with it, and my dog always wants to be a 795 00:51:14.719 --> 00:51:16.000 part of the live stream. So cool. All right, guys. Well, 796 00:51:16.039 --> 00:51:19.880 that is it for me. Really appreciate you. If you are in 797 00:51:19.960 --> 00:51:22.760 Clubhouse, make sure you tap around, tap on these faces of all these 798 00:51:22.800 --> 00:51:25.159 beautiful creators, because they're just like you, going to the same stuff. 799 00:51:25.159 --> 00:51:30.159 So build your community. This was all about being a creator. In my 800 00:51:30.199 --> 00:51:32.760 opinion, is about building your community. When you do that, and you 801 00:51:32.800 --> 00:51:36.559 do it well, then all the other stuff that you want will fall in 802 00:51:36.639 --> 00:51:39.119 the place. So really appreciate you being a part of the show and we'll 803 00:51:39.159 --> 00:51:44.440 see you Friday night. Take like I said, taking them tomorrow and Thursday 804 00:51:44.480 --> 00:51:49.400 off for this show, doing another show and really appreciate that. All right, 805 00:51:49.440 --> 00:51:52.079 cool, now I'm going to fire off some some closing music. Here 806 00:51:52.079 --> 00:51:59.159 we go, so you