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The Power of Podcast Positioning with Jerod Morris

Professional podcaster, Jerod Morris talks about podcast positioning as a way to stand out and keep listeners coming back. I'm excited to have Jerod on because he's been a great mentor to me and the Inspired Money podcast.

Guest Biography

Jerod Morris is a writer, podcaster, and content strategist with over a decade of experience building online audiences and helping others do the same. He currently hosts the podcasts Unemployable, The Assembly Call, and Podcast on the Brink, and is a founding member of the team behind the THINKERS Notebook and THINKERS Manifesto.

Show notes: http://www.inspiredmoney.fm/099

In this episode, you will learn:

  • Jerod's meandering career path that led to 5 podcasts and content marketing.
  • The importance of learning by doing.
  • And we discuss podcasting today and the importance of positioning. Whether you're a podcaster or not, this applies to marketing in general if you seek ways to rise above the noise.

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