[PODCAST] Always Choosing Adventure with Jay Wong

Want to be a changemaker?

Jay Wong, host of The Inner Changemaker, is a top-rated podcaster with a mission to serve purpose-driven entrepreneurs and multi-passionate creators. We met at Podfest 2017 in Orlando, FL, when Jay was a guest expert on an email marketing panel that I had the pleasure of moderating.

I was quickly blown away by Jay’s approach to turning podcasting into a list-building, business-exploding, top-of-the-funnel, life-changing engine. Jay’s energy and insights will surely inspire you to take your show to the next level.

In this episode, we’ll cover:

  • How to let your podcast mission evolve over time
  • How to create products that meet the needs of your audience
  • How frontend and backend tactics work together to deliver value and generate profits
  • How to grow your email list when speaking at live events
  • How to use email marketing to learn more about what your audience wants
  • How to leverage your guests to expand your audience and reach
  • Why Jay puts his phone number in every email message
  • And much more…

Key takeaway

One of my key takeaways from our conversation…

Listen to and engage with your community. Figure out their pain points along the way… - @thejaywong Click To Tweet

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  1. Jay Wong

    7/4/2017 3:12 pm

    Thanks Tom!! You asked some of the best questions to really get the “marketing” out of me 🙂 #geekingout

  2. DNN

    7/5/2017 8:11 pm

    I’m curious if it’s okay during a podcast show to ask people to leave their e-mail addresses without sounding spammy and desperate. What do you think about that? I am asking because I have 0% podcasting experience and stuck on stupid with it. L 🙂 L