Episode 8

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Published on:

13th Dec 2023

Steph Fuccio gives a tip about sharing your podcast with less content creation stress and more connection potential

Tips & advice from podcast industry figures.

Guest: Steph Fuccio

Job title: Owner

Company: Coffeelike Media

In this episode, Steph Fuccio gives a tip about sharing your podcast with less content creation stress and more connection potential.

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Coffeelike Media on Substack 

Steph on The Podcast Host 

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Transcript
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. Steph Fuccio: Hey, I'm Steph Fuccio, I'm the owner of Coffeelike Media,

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and today I'm going to give you a tip to help you share your podcast

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with less content creation stress and more connection potential.

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I Own and operate my solopreneur venture Coffeelike Media and I help people who

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are passing on their knowledge, skills, and stories by refining their message.

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Uh, whether it's by doing podcast editing, audits, coaching sessions,

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et cetera, for them and getting it in front of their right.

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people, which is where a lot of podcasters stumble.

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Uh, I do this with a podcast focus ecosystem that includes podcast audio.

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And yes, we say that now, uh, sub stack newsletters, YouTube videos

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and their social media channel.

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One of choice.

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I first got into podcasting as a creative release.

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I was leaving academia and I wanted Zero gatekeepers and I wanted to

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just say my thing and not have, I don't know, just connect one on

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one with any potential audience.

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Then I realized that people were listening and there was a podcasting

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community space that was amazing and the connections grew and grew and now

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I combine all of that as well as help others do the same and find their people.

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Um, the thing I love about podcasting the most.

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That has really kept me in the medium, not just as a creator for the past seven

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years, but as a listener from the days when you had to drag the files onto your

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mp3 player is the ability for anybody to be on the same platform as the folks that

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have the big bucks to have their super polished stories and programs out there.

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I love the fact that you can hear from.

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Literally anybody who uploads their audio and that is just, it

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still blows me away even in 2023.

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Um, my big tip is to connect your content to each other.

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And this actually sounds like more work, but it's actually less because if you

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take what you've already created in your podcast audio and repurpose it, and that's

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not just taking bits of it in its current form and putting it in other places.

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Although that could be part of it, but it's actually taking it, the content,

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the value, the information, the lessons learned, the gems in it, and putting

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that in different places, like in a Substack newsletter so that people can

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get maybe one tip a week in their inboxes.

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Putting it over on a YouTube channel, Even if it's in a static YouTube

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channel with tons of optimisation so more people can get it in front of

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them, or even if it's like a quote or an image from the video where you, you

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know, where you made or met your guest or co host or had a really interesting

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conversation, you had that aha moment and you can see it in their faces, like

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repurpose something from that experience.

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That was creating that audio on different platforms because, and

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this is blasphemous, but I'm saying it, not everybody is an audio lover,

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but a lot of people could benefit from your message, your story, your

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experience, whatever you're sharing.

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So get your content, information, and gems into text, into audio, into

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video and onto social media in a way where people can consume it quickly

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without always needing the audio.

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And once you do all of that, connect it all to each other with links, and you've

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created a content flywheel that would have people find you even when you're on break.

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So you can find my work, everything I do, all of my creations and services

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and stuff, everything, everything, everything at Coffeelike Media dot

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com, the newsletters at Coffeelike dot sub stack.com, and I wrote for

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the podcast host different articles on how to do this and that in

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podcasting for a number of years.

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So you can find those articles that are still very relevant

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over at the podcast host.

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podcasting people.

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