Podcast Show Notes
Dan joins me today to share why he started Auxbus and why its podcast creation solution differs from others in the industry. He describes the four stages of podcast creation and reveals the different models for generating an income or building a brand through the production and distribution of a podcast. Dan also shares how high-end audio results are created and highlights the reasons that you or your business might choose content marketing through a podcast over the different marketing mediums that are available.
“It’s a medium you can take anywhere, extend your brand in places that it otherwise couldn’t go, and really share who you are, your values, and your genuine authenticity.” – Dan Radin
This week on the Supportedly Podcast:
- When Dan decided he wanted to own a business, become an entrepreneur, and start Auxbus.
- Why the Auxbus podcast solution is unique.
- The four stages of creating a podcast, including planning, recording, production, and distribution.
- The different podcast models and how they create an income or support their production.
- Podcasts that build brands through content marketing.
- How to create excellent podcast audio quality.
- Why you might choose to podcast as a content marketing medium.
- What Auxbus offers to businesses interested in getting into podcasting.
- The advice that Dan would give to a new entrepreneur.
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Dan Radin is the Founder, Chairman, President, and CEO of Auxbus, an end-to-end platform solution designed to guide audio novices through the planning, production, distribution, and creation of podcasts. His corporate career consists of developing audio technology products for recording studios, musicians, home audio enthusiasts, and video gamers, including working for Alesis, Sennheiser, JBL/Harman, and SteelSeries. Dan has an MBA from Loyola Marymount University and a Bachelor of Music degree in Music Business and Management from Berklee College of Music.
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