TRS 011: State of the Business with Ian Hoyt

TRS 011: State of the Business with Ian Hoyt

Today’s episode is a special one because instead of directly interviewing a successful digital nomad entrepreneur I am actually turning the focus onto this podcast and my business and discussing the ins and outs of it with a cohost – and that person is Ian Hoyt from Life Nomading.

In this episode, you’ll learn a little bit about Ian’s business Life Nomading and you’ll also hear us discuss a lot of different topics around running our very own location independent businesses. You’ll get a behind the scenes look at how the statistics of this show, the strategies I am using to grow it, and the plans I have for future growth. We also chat about the general state of podcasting and remote business.

What You’ll Learn

  • How Ian started Life Nomading and what it’s all about
  • How Life Nomading trips have effect past trip goers
  • The experience of launching a podcast
  • Why Ian replies to automated email blasts
  • Mitko and Ian’s podcast statistics
  • How the LifeNomading podcast has changed
  • Our view on the content marketing space then vs now
  • How Ian and Caroline set goals for their podcast
  • Our thoughts on growing a podcast via guest appearances on other podcasts vs social media
  • A sneak peak at some of the future topics to be covered on the podcast
  • Pat Flynn Facebook ads strategy for podcasts
  • Getting on the New and Noteworthy section of iTunes in 2019
  • Advertising on Overcast podcasting app
  • How to use your podcast to boost your website’s SEO
  • My site statistics for the That Remote Life website
  • My goals for the month of July

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