Why a Podcast Without a Strategy is Likely to Fail

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A few years ago, just about anyone could launch a podcast on just about any topic and be pretty confident there were only a handful of shows on the subject.

If you wanted to start a podcast about a niche topic such as knitting or poker, there were few, if any. A show about entrepreneurs? Why not? Even an adequate show could build a respectable following and establish a…

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CEO Amplifi Media — We work with companies developing strategy, tactics, content and ideas for podcasts & smart speakers @sjgoldstein Steve@amplifimedia.com

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CEO Amplifi Media — We work with companies developing strategy, tactics, content and ideas for podcasts & smart speakers @sjgoldstein Steve@amplifimedia.com

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