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Jerod Morris is the VP of RainMaker.FM and the VP of Marketing for Copyblogger. He hosts a couple of very successful podcasts, including The Lede, The Showrunner, and Primility. Jerod shares interesting insight on how he runs 5 regular podcasts, his struggles with creating content, and not failing on his commitment to his audience. Jerod also talks about his love for creating new made-up words, teaching, and who inspires him.

What We Covered:

  • 04:45 – Jerod talks about Showrunner.
  • 10:35 – You can't build an audience quickly.
  • 13:15 – There's a difference between authenticity and transparency.
  • 17:00 – Every podcaster has felt uninspired to record their show.
  • 23:30 – Why did Jerod start Primility Primer?
  • 28:35 – Since Jerod loves creating new words, I tell him about The Allusionist podcast.
  • 29:40 – Podcast Movement was great this year.
  • 35:25 – Jerod loves to teach.
  • 37:30 – What has the response been like for Primility?
  • 42:00 – How does Jerod organize/create his show?
  • 46:50 – How does Jerod find the time to host 5 very different podcasts?
  • 52:10 – Is it too late to podcast?
  • 55:45 – How has podcasting helped Copyblogger?
  • 01:03 – You don't have to wait for everything to be perfect. Start by building an audience.
  • 01:09 – Have the pieces been falling into place for Jerod?
  • 01:11 – Who inspires Jeord?
  • 01:14 – You get good by practicing and practicing and practicing.

Show Links

Rainmaker.FM – The Show Runner
Primility – About
The Allusionist
CopyBlogger
Rainmaker Digital
Jerod Morris Twitter

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