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Beginner's Guide to Creating, Launching + Marketing a Podcast with Ahyiana Angel

  • Radiant Workspaces 1796 18th Street San Francisco, CA, 94107 United States (map)

Have you been sitting on a great podcast show idea for months? Not sure where to start? 

The wait is over! This workshop will introduce you to the benefits of podcasting and walk you through utilizing podcasting for your professional or personal growth. Whether looking to make a new career out of podcasting or simply interested in using the hottest audio medium for marketing in place of a blog, we've got you covered. 

Packed with strategies detailing development to launch, you will learn how to minimize intimidation with podcasting and maximize opportunity. You'll walk away with the confidence and know-how to record an episode, get it published on iTunes and promote your new podcast! 

The Specifics:

  • Understanding podcast hosting options
  • Learning to develop a script
  • Learn how to write show notes
  • Learn how to publish your first episode
  • Get growth hacks to build momentum

Workshop host, Ahyiana Angel, is a traditionally published author and host of the Switch, Pivot or Quit podcast, who is affectionately known as the Chief Encourager. She is a seasoned executor who eventually blocked out the world’s ideas of success, quit her highly coveted position at the NBA, moved to London and traveled the world for a stint, then followed her passion in writing to find her purpose in encouragement through podcasting. 

Ahyiana created the Switch, Pivot or Quit podcast, which is the #1 podcast for women’s empowerment in the San Francisco Bay Area. She has extensive experience in the podcasting space having developed and instructed the "Tools, Tips and Tactics for Creating a Killer Podcast" course for Media Bistro, produced and edited more than 90 shows, and interviewed dozens of professional women in less than a year. Ahyiana has also hosted three live sold out podcast tapings, with two having been held at the Spotify offices in San Francisco.