How to podcast successfully

Episode 172 - Featuring Mark Asquith

September 25, 2018

How to podcast successfully

We catch up this week with Agency Trailblazer favourite, Mark Asquith. In this episode he shares how podcasting allows you to become an influencer in your niche. He also shares how his freemium model has allowed him to grow his membership as well as direct people to relevant services via his Podcast Success Academy. This model has become a powerful lead magnet for his businesses.

Mark is a cool dude and I love talking with him! Enjoy the conversation.


Poductivity – click here
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Niche WordPress Sites interview – click here
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Mark’s Twitter – click here
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Mark’s Agency – click here
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