Podcasting is big business. Over the years, this podcast has evolved in different ways, gaining new listeners and introducing them to a wide range of interesting guests. We have learned a lot about the art of podcasting along the way. Here are some of the key lessons.
Nancy Marshall shares 21 key takeaways for public relations professionals in 2021, highlighting wisdom from PR Maven® Podcast guests and offering insights of her own.
Lieutenant Tim Cotton of the Bangor Police Department shares his unexpected path to gaining more than 300,000 Facebook followers.
Safety management expert Pete Koch shares his experience following his passions and getting out the word about safety on his podcast, The Safety Experts.
Your network is an essential part of career success. In this blog, find out how a relationship James Carbary formed at an NFL game launched his career and showed him the value of building relationships in business.
Sugarloaf general manager Karl Strand shares what he’s learned about representing a place that means so much to so many.
As COVID-19 keeps Americans isolated at home, many of us are craving entertainment more than ever before. Think about it: Our reliance on technology has never been so strong. In many ways, there’s no better time to be a podcaster.
Podcasting is one of the most powerful ways to reach people. According to one study, more than half of Americans over age 12 (144 million Americans) have listened to a podcast. It’s estimated that 60 million Americans listen to podcasts weekly. That’s a lot of potential listeners.
Kevin Frisbie is the owner of Frisbie & Associates and is one of Maine’s top financial advisors. On The PR Maven Podcast, he discusses why he feels mentorship is so important for success to any career path.
Nancy recently talked with Leanne Pressly, the CEO of Stitchcraft Marketing, who she met through the Agency Management Institute’s agency owner peer network group and this post is a round-up of some of the great tips shared for entrepreneurs.