Hal Coopersmith of New York Launch Pod

Hal Coopersmith

 

It’s helpful as a marketing tool.. but it’s important to be passionate about being a podcaster…
— Hal Coopersmith,

New York Launch Pod

 

My guest today is Hal Coopersmith a lawyer in New York City who  focuses his legal practice in commercial real estate transactions, residential purchases and sales, counseling start-up businesses, and wills and trusts.
Highlighting start-ups, disruptors, innovators, and other nontraditional businesses in the New York City area, the New York Launch Pod is a monthly podcast featuring conversations with a diverse group of entrepreneurs, who share their experiences and insights building new businesses in and around the Big Apple. From business strategy, to dealing with logistical and financial obstacles, to the sometimes painful growth process, the podcast covers key issues facing entrepreneurs and their businesses.

Get started with a podcast for your practice, (or just for fun), you can get our Free Law Podcasting Startup Guide, when you sign up to access our video series (also free) on how you can grow your practice with more good clients and referrals, without breaking the bank.

 

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Laura McClellan of The Productive Woman – Law Podcasting Episode 70

 

You have to know why you’re doing it…

— Laura McClellan, The Productive Woman

 

 

Laura McClellan practices law in the Dallas office of K&L Gates LLP, a large international law firm. She concentrates her practice on commercial real estate and real estate finance, representing commercial clients in purchase and sale, leasing, and lending transactions involving retail, office, multi-family, and senior housing properties in Texas and around the United States.

Laura has been married over 37 years to the same man (she says she was a child bride). She’s mom to five and grandmother to seven. After hours she hosts The Productive Woman, a weekly podcast about productivity for busy women, and facilitates paid mastermind groups for women seeking accountability and encouragement in achieving their goals and making a life that matters. During her “spare time” Laura is polishing her first novel, a winner in several fiction contests.

 

Some of the resources mentioned in this podcast:

 

 

 

Cliff Ravenscraft <br>The Podcast Answer Man

Cliff Ravenscraft
The Podcast Answer Man

 

Michael Hyatt

Michael Hyatt

 





Podfly Production Services

Podfly Production Services


 


Get started with a podcast for your practice, (or just for fun), you can get our Free Law Podcasting Startup Guide, when you sign up to access our video series (also free) on how you can grow your practice with more good clients and referrals, without breaking the bank.

 

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NOTE:  Some of the above may be affiliate links to products or services for which we receive a commission when you purchase.  Thank you!

 

 

Styles and Tools for Show Prep – Law Podcasting Podcast Episode 69

 

 

 


This episode explores tools and tactics for podcast episode preparation.  Extemporaneous, Interview Format, Bullets, Outlines Mindmapping, and Scripting all have their place in the process.

I discuss some ideas about when to use which approach, and which tools to do so.

 


Get started with a podcast for your practice, (or just for fun), you can get our Free Law Podcasting Startup Guide, when you sign up to access our video series (also free) on how you can grow your practice with more good clients and referrals, without breaking the bank.

 

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NOTE:  Some of the above may be affiliate links to products or services for which we receive a commission when you purchase.  Thank you!

 

NOTE:  Some of the above may be affiliate links to products or services for which we receive a commission when you purchase.  Thank you!

 

 

Michael Prywes of “How I Broke Into” – Law Podcasting Episode 68

Michael Prywes

 

Think beyond your practice area… Think beyond what you’ve heard before… Think about what you’d want to listen to.

— Michael Prywes – “How I Broke Into…”

 

Michael Prywes is managing attorney of Prywes, PC, a New York law firm devoted to serving artists and entrepreneurs.  He is also an author of the upcoming Legal Guide for Creative Entrepreneurs called “The Gasp,” and hosts the interview podcast show “How I Broke Into.” Michael is the former President of 2 Life! Films, LLC, which produced his comedy feature “Returning Mickey Stern.” After winning numerous awards in the US and abroad, “Returning Mickey Stern” was distributed in US theaters and abroad and is available on DVD (Pathfinder Home Entertainment – PG-13). Michael has served as an advisor to a number of production companies and film festivals. A tech enthusiast since the age of 5, when he learned to program Basic on a TI-99/4A, Michael built the first globally crowdsourced audience voting entertainment site, CastOurMovie, which was featured in the Industry Standard, Time Magazine, Entertainment Weekly, and U.S. News and World Report.

On the legal side of the entertainment industry, Michael has served as Law Clerk for New Video Group/Docurama (now Cinedigm), distributor of the A&E/History, Scholastic, and Major League Baseball labels, and has worked for ASCAP (American Society of Composers, Authors and Performers) and the entertainment firm Adelman & Lavaia. Michael has been involved in the drafting of agreements and negotiations with the companies guiding the future of media and technology convergence: Amazon Unbox, Apple iTunes, Netflix, etc.

Find the podcast at:  http://HowIBrokeInto.com and  the main law-firm Web site at: http://NewYorkStartupAttorneys.com

 

 

Some of the resources mentioned in this podcast:

 

The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show


This Week in Tech

TWiT (This Week in Tech)


This Week in Law

TWiL (This Week in Law)


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Audacity Audio Editor



Skype


Pamela Call Recorder for Skype


Power Podcasting for Lawyers

Get started with a podcast for your practice, (or just for fun), you can get our Free Law Podcasting Startup Guide, when you sign up to access our video series (also free) on how you can grow your practice with more good clients and referrals, without breaking the bank.

 

ppl-logo-blueAs always, the Law Podcasting Podcast is brought to you by Power Podcasting for Lawyers, the only online podcast training built specifically for lawyers by lawyers.
NOTE:  Some of the above may be affiliate links to products or services for which we receive a commission when you purchase.  Thank you!

 

NOTE:  Some of the above may be affiliate links to products or services for which we receive a commission when you purchase.  Thank you!

 

 

Should you monetize your law podcast? Law Podcasting Episode 67

 

It may be that your personal brand is the real “sponsor” of your show.

 

In this episode of the Law Podcasting Podcast, I give a personal shout out to fans Lynda and Joe Hecht, who’ve sent in some very kind and useful feedback.

And, I explore the question whether it’s wise and worthwhile to monetize a law podcast.

 

For more information about this November’s TexasCLE program I mentioned, visit this link.

 


Get started with a podcast for your practice, (or just for fun), you can get our Free Law Podcasting Startup Guide, when you sign up to access our video series (also free) on how you can grow your practice with more good clients and referrals, without breaking the bank.

 

ppl-logo-blueAs always, the Law Podcasting Podcast is brought to you by Power Podcasting for Lawyers, the only online podcast training built specifically for lawyers by lawyers.
NOTE:  Some of the above may be affiliate links to products or services for which we receive a commission when you purchase.  Thank you!

 

NOTE:  Some of the above may be affiliate links to products or services for which we receive a commission when you purchase.  Thank you!

 

 

Flavia Berys of Lifestyle Solopreneur – Law Podcasting Episode 66

Flavia Berys

 

“It gets me connected with people…”

— Flavia Berys, Lifestyle Solopreneur Podcast

 

 

 

Flavia Berys is a San Diego, California – based attorney for small businesses and real estate investors as well as the host of the”LIFESTYLE SOLOPRENEUR,” where her audience tunes in to explore ways to make a full time income from part time work.

Formerly an associate at an AmLaw 50 BigLaw firm, she hung her shingle and is now a law firm of “one,” as well as a bestselling author, entrepreneur, and adjunct law professor.

She has appeared in major media as either a legal commentator or spotlight feature including BBC World News radio, the ESPN television show Outside the Lines, Cosmopolitan Magazine, the New York Post, ESPN Radio, the Wall Street Journal, and more.

Find the Lifestyle Solopreneur podcast at: http://www.lifestylesolopreneur.com/ and  Flavia’s main law-firm Web site at: http://www.flaviaberys.com/

Here is Flavia’s Author Page on Amazon.com.

 

Some of the resources mentioned in this podcast:

John Lee Dumas’ Entrepreneur On Fire Podcast

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Chalene Johnson’s Build Your Tribe Podcast

 

Skype


 

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Calendly scheduling


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Libysn Media Hosting


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HootSuite Social Media Tools


 

 


Get started with a podcast for your practice, (or just for fun), you can get our Free Law Podcasting Startup Guide, when you sign up to access our video series (also free) on how you can grow your practice with more good clients and referrals, without breaking the bank.

 

ppl-logo-blueAs always, the Law Podcasting Podcast is brought to you by Power Podcasting for Lawyers, the only online podcast training built specifically for lawyers by lawyers.
NOTE:  Some of the above may be affiliate links to products or services for which we receive a commission when you purchase.  Thank you!

 

NOTE:  Some of the above may be affiliate links to products or services for which we receive a commission when you purchase.  Thank you!

 

 

Should you edit your podcast?

Should you edit?

In this episode, I explore the pros and cons of editing your podcast episodes.


Get started with a podcast for your practice, (or just for fun), you can get our Free Law Podcasting Startup Guide, when you sign up to access our video series (also free) on how you can grow your practice with more good clients and referrals, without breaking the bank.

 

ppl-logo-blueAs always, the Law Podcasting Podcast is brought to you by Power Podcasting for Lawyers, the only online podcast training built specifically for lawyers by lawyers.
NOTE:  Some of the above may be affiliate links to products or services for which we receive a commission when you purchase.  Thank you!

 

NOTE:  Some of the above may be affiliate links to products or services for which we receive a commission when you purchase.  Thank you!

 

 

Neil Tyra of The Law Entrepreneur – Law Podcasting Episode 65

Neil Tyra

 

You have to learn how to chat with your guest and think ahead at the same time… It requires some very active listening.

— Neil Tyra, The Entrepreneurial Lawyer

 

Neil Tyra is a lawyer from Montgomery County, Maryland, just outside Washington. DC.  Neil practices Family Law, Elder Law, Estate Planning and some Personal Injury law,   He  strives to forge long-lasting, personal relationships with his clients, and he’s very involved in his community.   Neil came to his career in law later in life, after success in other fields, including cooking, information systems management for NASA and DOD, and running a martial arts studio.
Neil considers among his greatest accomplishments, his role of 33 years as husband to Noel, and Children Bernadette and Clark.
A self described apple fanboy Neil  runs his practice entirely on the apple platform.  He blogs and podcasts at  TheLawEntrepreneur.com,  sharing insights and knowledge (both his own and those of his guests) about the intersection of law and entrepreneurship… With the emphasis on starting and managing the small and solo practice.

Find the podcast at: TheLawEntrepreneur.com and   Neil’s law-firm Web site at: TyraLawFirm.com

 


Some of the resources mentioned in this podcast:

Pat Flynn’s Podcasting Tutorial




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Cody Boyce – podcast engineer at Podcast Masters


PodcastWebsites.com


Get started with a podcast for your practice, (or just for fun), you can get our Free Law Podcasting Startup Guide, when you sign up to access our video series (also free) on how you can grow your practice with more good clients and referrals, without breaking the bank.

 

ppl-logo-blueAs always, the Law Podcasting Podcast is brought to you by Power Podcasting for Lawyers, the only online podcast training built specifically for lawyers by lawyers.
NOTE:  Some of the above may be affiliate links to products or services for which we receive a commission when you purchase.  Thank you!

 

NOTE:  Some of the above may be affiliate links to products or services for which we receive a commission when you purchase.  Thank you!

Podcast Workflows and Automation – Law Podcasting Episode 064

Workflow

 

work·flow
ˈwərkflō/
noun
1.     an organized, and repeatable sequence of steps employed in accomplishing a particular task or goal.

In this episode, I look at podcast workflows, as well as tools and strategies I use to automate parts of my workflow to streamline, improve consistency, quality, and speed in my podcast production.

 


Get started with a podcast for your practice, (or just for fun), you can get our Free Law Podcasting Startup Guide, when you sign up to access our video series (also free) on how you can grow your practice with more good clients and referrals, without breaking the bank.

 

ppl-logo-blueAs always, the Law Podcasting Podcast is brought to you by Power Podcasting for Lawyers, the only online podcast training built specifically for lawyers by lawyers.
NOTE:  Some of the above may be affiliate links to products or services for which we receive a commission when you purchase.  Thank you!

 

NOTE:  Some of the above may be affiliate links to products or services for which we receive a commission when you purchase.  Thank you!

 

 

Ten Ways to Grow your Podcast Audience

 

Ten ways to grow your audience

 


Here are  10 of the  most noted strategies for growing a podcast’s audience:

10. Be consistent – timing of release, duration of podcast, niche – publish quality content.

9. Submit it to iTunes and optimize your feed with your important podcast information in the RSS fields and iTunes fields.

8. Submit your podcast to other directories – e.g. BlackBerry, Stitcher, Tunein Radio, DoubleTwist.

7. Put a link on other social media profiles – Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn.

6. Post YouTube videos showing recordings of your podcast and include show notes – tag everything.

5. Consider a highly targeted ad – Facebook ad, Google adwords, sponsored tweets – know who your audience is first so you can tailor the ad for them.

4. Host giveaways.

3. Network cross-promotion – accept requests for being interviewed on other people’s podcasts and blogs – reach out to other podcasters in your niche and expand the network.

2. Interview people – make your guest look and sound their best so they’ll want to share it – provide interviewee with tools to share with their followers – interview or promote the influencers in your niche and get them to promote the content – key element is getting THEM to promote it – leverage their large social following (get them to post).

1. Engage your audience – reply to every comment (website, YouTube, twitter, G+, email, etc) and do it as quickly as possible – engage in the conversation while it’s still relevant – also check out their content and comment.

 


Get started with a podcast for your practice, (or just for fun), you can get our Free Law Podcasting Startup Guide, when you sign up to access our video series (also free) on how you can grow your practice with more good clients and referrals, without breaking the bank.

 

ppl-logo-blueAs always, the Law Podcasting Podcast is brought to you by Power Podcasting for Lawyers, the only online podcast training built specifically for lawyers by lawyers.
NOTE:  Some of the above may be affiliate links to products or services for which we receive a commission when you purchase.  Thank you!

 

NOTE:  Some of the above may be affiliate links to products or services for which we receive a commission when you purchase.  Thank you!

 

 

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