Meet Alexandra Cohl from Our September SoundHER Podcast Feature: POD.DRALAND

SoundHER is an interview series where the ladies of Sounder have candid conversations with influential women in podcasting about their journey to success. Read on for industry tips, poignant POVs, and a ton of audio inspiration. Tell Us About POD.DRALAND’s Podcast Journey Although POD.DRALAND didn’t officially launch until July 16, 2019, I had been marinatingContinue reading “Meet Alexandra Cohl from Our September SoundHER Podcast Feature: POD.DRALAND”

Monetize Future Podcast Episodes In Just A Few Clicks

Opt-in To Podcast Monetization With Sounder  When it comes to podcast monetization, our creators are always eager to increase revenue generation. While collecting their feedback, we’ve been cooking up ways to make it even easier to enable monetization features–ones that you can actually “set-and-forget.” While it’s nearly impossible to achieve 100% ad fill rate programmatically,Continue reading “Monetize Future Podcast Episodes In Just A Few Clicks”

Videobites Just Got Even Cooler

Get pumped podcasters! One of our favorite Sounder Plus tools just got even better. We’ve added even more customization features to help you make your sharable content just as unique as your podcast is. Our enhanced Videobites feature helps make sharing the best parts of your podcast on social even more customizable and distinct forContinue reading “Videobites Just Got Even Cooler”

Get More People To Listen To Your Podcast With Sounder Plus

Of all the 2 million podcasts out there today, the same challenge is on every creators’ mind: how do I get more people to listen to my show? Whether the motivating factor is making money via monetization, topping the charts, or building a community, a bustling podcast audience is a major indicator of success. NotContinue reading “Get More People To Listen To Your Podcast With Sounder Plus”

Defining Your Customer Through Personas

If you are just getting started in creating a new business and have an idea now it is time to understand exactly who your customers will be so you can get quality feedback from them before you start spending more time or money building out the company. You need to create a detailed customer personaContinue reading “Defining Your Customer Through Personas”

Competitive Analysis Through Spying

When you have greater visibility into your competition, you are able to answer internal strategic questions much more quickly than if you were to go through the process of solving the problem yourself. For example, strategic questions like: How can we dramatically increase qualified traffic to our site for free? What marketing message is mostContinue reading “Competitive Analysis Through Spying”

The Emotional States of Resourcefulness

“Rational thoughts never drive people’s creativity the way emotions do.” — Neil deGrasse Tyson The act of being resourceful is not derived from one single thought or action an individual or group has or does. It is, however a combination of consistent and decisive thoughts and actions that are within the spectrum of a variety of resourcefulContinue reading “The Emotional States of Resourcefulness”

Resourceful Companies Tend to Be Successful Companies

When you think of company resources you may think of money, time, employees, technology, etc. I can say with utmost certainty that there is not a positive correlation between the number of resources a company has and the increased probability of success. It certainly makes it easier if you have resources but the most successfulContinue reading “Resourceful Companies Tend to Be Successful Companies”

Automation and The Future of Jobs

The cost to start and run a business has dropped dramatically from just 10 years ago. 10 years ago, if you sold products and wanted to build a website, it would have cost you well over $400K to get up and running with very limited features. Today, you can sell your products online within hoursContinue reading “Automation and The Future of Jobs”

The Fake it Until You Make it Approach To Business Validation

In 1984 Richard Branson’s flight from Puerto Rico to The British Virgin Islands was cancelled. The airline didn’t have enough passengers to warrant a flight so he decided to charter one, grabbed a blackboard and as a joke wrote, ‘Virgin Airlines’ on top of it. He then wrote $39 one way to BVI. He wentContinue reading “The Fake it Until You Make it Approach To Business Validation”