The Unignorable Podcast #2 - How to launch your own podcast with Oliver Aust and Jill & Julia (Bear Radio)
** Unignorable is available to purchase on October 13**
In the second episode of The Unignorable Podcast, Oliver Aust chats with Jill Beytin and Julia Joubert from the Berlin-favourite, Bear Radio. They talk about how to launch your own podcast and the do’s and dont’s of getting started. Launching a podcast might seem daunting, but it’s a great way to build an audience and make yourself unignorable. From which equipment to use to what makes a great editor, this podcast episode is a great insight into the wonderful world of podcasting.
About Bear Radio:
Bear Radio is Berlin’s English-speaking podcasting network and community. Home to a number of incredible shows, they aim to empower and showcase the diverse range of independent producers and hosts who come out of our city and across Europe. They offer podcasting workshops on how to develop, produce, and edit your own podcasts. Our interactive sessions are designed to inform and inspire both those who are new to the game and those whose skills simply need a little perfecting. From storytelling and interviewing techniques to recording and audio production, we are here to help you from start to finish.
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Everyone has a reputation. So why not build a reputation you love? One that is authentic, plays to your strengths and boosts your business. In the book Unignorable, Oliver guides you through a 30-day process of building your personal brand online and offline. You will work on your mindset, motivation, method and message. By the end of the four weeks, you will have a tailor-made personal branding strategy and the skills required to execute it with maximum success. You will have learned how to become truly unignorable. In uncertain times, your reputation is your greatest asset.
Twitter / Instagram: @oliveraust_
Host: Oliver Aust
Producer: Lena Carlson
Editor: Linda Broschkowski