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Want to learn from one those people who get so much done and appear everywhere as a successful serial entrepreneur? Tracy Hazzard is one of those do-it-all kind of entrepreneurial women who runs multiple creative ventures, works for/with household names, launches best-selling products, all while married to her best friend and business partner, and jointly raising three daughters. Wouldn’t it be amazing if you could dive deeper into Tracy’s mindset, success strategies, daily practices, her ho ...
 
In The Binge Factor podcast for aspiring podcasters and seasoned podcasters, podcast strategist Tracy Hazzard explores whether your podcast has what it takes to create and grow a bingeable podcast – where listeners binge on your every word and get to know, like, and trust you in an accelerated way. The Binge Factor is that strategic key to making your show irresistible, influential, authority-building, and successful. Tracy’s unique gift to the podcasting and branding world is being able to ...
 
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Authentic personal podcasts are a niche in the independent podcasting scene. However, that shouldn’t stop you from growing and aiming for a wider audience. Joining Tracy Hazzard is Jayme Tener, host of the Blonde Haired Girl To Go podcast. Jayme’s raw and genuine content attracts listeners with slow yet steady growth. In this episode, Tracy gives h…
 
In the podcasting industry, only less than 1% drive income. Not everyone can be the next Joe Rogan. But while creating content that will last may seem a difficult feat doesn’t mean that it is impossible. Listen in to today’s episode as Alex Terranova of the DreamMason Podcast gives you some advice on how to strengthen your content. Are you repurpos…
 
Can you make a media career out of your podcast? It’s possible, and our guest shows you how. Tracy Hazzard sits down for a lively and insightful talk with the host of the Pozcast, Adam Posner. Adam shares how he got into podcasting and how he built and course corrected his podcast over the course of nearly 200 episodes. Adam talks about lessons he’…
 
How do you provide value and stay on target with your podcast mission? We find out in this episode as Tracy Hazzard sits down for an interview with the host of the Nonprofit Architect Podcast, Travis Johnson. Travis and Tracy talk about how Travis got started on the path of podcasting for nonprofit organizations and what he’s learned doing his podc…
 
Anyone can launch a podcast for a variety of reasons. For Kerryn Vaughan, she started her podcast to send a message and empower world good. Kerryn is an international speaker, facilitator, author, and host of the Get Off the Bench Podcast and author of Get Off The Bench!: Kickstart your idea now. In this episode, she joins Tracy Hazzard to share th…
 
What is the secret of getting huge engagement on your podcast episodes? What is the right approach to achieve high-power media attraction for your show? Reena Friedman Watts shares with Tracy Hazzard how she built a carefully structured podcast with someone close to her heart. Reena details her workflow for Better Call Daddy, the show she co-hosts …
 
The easiest thing you can probably do to learn a few strategies to improve your own podcast is to listen to other successful podcasts. But not just any successful podcast, but a podcast for podcasters in particular. In that way, you can maximize what you learn and what you should apply from there. On today’s show, Tracy Hazzard introduces her podca…
 
Having a clear and strong podcast purpose is key in running a show that will entice and engage the audience to stick around for more. This requires constant reinvention and innovation to keep the podcast going and eventually, build a thriving community of like-minded people. Joining Tracy Hazzard is Otis McGregor to talk about the show with his son…
 
How do you create money-making opportunities through your podcast? With all the time Chuck Cramer got on his hands during the pandemic significantly when businesses slowed down everywhere, he started to have the idea of podcasting. In this episode, he discusses the challenges in building a podcasting business and how he has dealt with those. In add…
 
People often assume that starting a podcast requires having a studio, a full set, and professional equipment when the reality is much cheaper. Today’s guest will be giving tips on cheap podcast launching to help you get started on your podcaster journey! Sarah St. John, aka the Frugalpreneur, is an entrepreneur, author, and podcast host focused on …
 
Podcasting is a long game but with a lot of opportunities. Among these is the opportunity to amplify embraced cultural diversity through strong podcast communities. Tracy Hazzard sits down for a conversation about this with Maribel Quezada Smith. Maribel is a TV documentary and podcast producer and owner of a bilingual media company that focuses on…
 
How do you leverage marketing to create podcast business growth? Our guest in this episode will show you the way! Tracy Hazzard sits down for a lively conversation with Adam Hommey, the host of Business + Passion podcast. Adam talks about how he got into podcasting and shares his the formula that has made his podcast a success. Tune in and learn mo…
 
Putting the pain point first of a prospective customer isn’t always something we do, but it’s crucial to success. What do we need to do in focusing on the customer’s pain points? We find out in this episode as Tracy Hazzard interviews business strategist and coach, Tara Newman. Tara discusses the creation of her podcast and how focusing on her list…
 
Who says podcasting can’t be fun? Today’s guest has mastered the concept of substantive fun by creating content you can learn from and enjoy! Joining Tracy Hazzard is Elzie Flenard, host of the Podcast Town Throwdown. In this episode, Elzie will share useful podcast tips on launching your podcast or improving the one you already have. He is doing t…
 
Just like anything, a podcast needs a good foundation in order to thrive. An active podcast mission statement is exactly that. Kevin Batstone and Arthur Rawe from the Discussion Combustion Podcast join Tracy Hazzard to talk about their mission statement and its key contribution to surpassing 100 episodes. From just a couple of guys having beers and…
 
Transforming a niche podcast into a successful podcast may seem like a lot of work, but it is possible, and we will show you how. In this episode, Tracy Hazzard sits down for a lively interview with Dr. Joe Sallustio, a leader in higher education and one of the hosts of The EdUp Experience. Dr. Sallustio talks about how their podcast started, and h…
 
Are you waiting for the right time to start your podcast, or are you limiting your potential podcast power? In today’s episode, Tracy Hazzard is joined by Diann Wingert, a mindset and productivity coach for female entrepreneurs and the host of The Driven Women Podcast. Diann shares how she stopped limiting herself and pursued what is now a successf…
 
Celebrating podcast success in this 100th episode of The Binge Factor, Tracy Hazzard pays tribute to the 24 most memorable podcasters they’ve had on the show so far. Discover who made Tracy’s best guest list. From the funniest, the most fearless, and the best edutainer to the most unexpectedly interesting and original, learn why these podcasters an…
 
Finding your audience is important for podcasting. It doesn’t matter if they listen to every episode, as long as they fit your message. Networking and relationship building has been something Laura Meyer practiced for a really long time. After the closing of some of her companies, she was at a loss. But with the power of relationships, she was able…
 
Podcasting has come to the point where you can talk about anything. Whatever it is, there is a big community of people behind it, that are willing to go into your show. This is the case with the Peloton fitness community. Crystal O'Keefe is one half of the hosting duo at The Clip Out Podcast. In this conversation with Tracy Hazzard, learn why Cryst…
 
As the podcasting industry continues to grow, it has become even more important to rise against the tide. One sure way to do that is by becoming a good podcast host, one who not only speaks well but also has the staying power to continue to inspire and impart their message. So what are the qualities that make a person a good host? Well, let’s find …
 
People react differently to the challenges life throws at them and for Kala MacDonald, dealing with losing both her younger brothers to suicide was heartbreaking, to say the least, but it got her to start a nonprofit podcast, Yoga To Cope. She joins Tracy Hazzard to share her story and how yoga helped her deal with her own traumatic experience, whi…
 
Dr. Yishai Barkhordari, a consultant to entrepreneurs and leaders, a licensed psychologist, and the host of The Business Couch with Dr. Yishai, joins Tracy Hazzard to talk about how he analyzes his podcast’s success and adapts to create more impact. He leverages his background in psychology to understand his guests more and dig deeper into the huma…
 
K-pod is a Korean American podcast that invites people from different industries to talk about their creative background, their lives and how they became successful in their careers. Tracy Hazzard sits with Catherine Hong and Juliana Sohn, the ladies behind K-pod to talk about how they manage the work, what inspired them to start this podcast and m…
 
Everyone thinks that they can start their own podcast. Fast forward five months later, and they haven’t even bought microphones yet. Starting a podcast takes a lot of dedication, from finding guests to the research. It can all be a hassle if you’re not really serious about it. Learn from Justin Peters, host of The Struggle is Real with Justin Peter…
 
Many podcasters give huge attention to which guest to invite and topics to explore for each episode. While these are essential elements, one important factor in production must never be neglected: podcast IP. Joining Tracy Hazzard is Media Intellectual Property Attorney Alexia Bedat to discuss how podcasters can protect and take full ownership of t…
 
Noticing that most dogs are getting sicker and living shorter lives, Krista Karpowich made it a mission to bring experts and dog enthusiasts together in a committed community to enhance the bond with our dogs, help them live longer, and be as happy and healthy as possible. In this episode, she joins Tracy Hazzard to talk about The Wag Out Loud Pawd…
 
Often, great coaches work from the heart, especially since coaching is such an intimate practice where people choose to be vulnerable with you. Louis Morris has made the heart the center of his coaching business. Through his podcast, The Heart Matters, he has been helping people who want to have it all in their relationships, including their spirit…
 
Aside from podcasters having to maintain their own engaging show, another important task they must also dive into is getting guesting opportunities to other podcasts. Since this calls for proper planning and research, Mark Herschberg shares his secrets in honing his podcast guest skills. Joining Tracy Hazzard, the best-selling author of The Career …
 
Few podcasters have the same caliber as Lou Diamond. As the host of Thrive LOUD and three other shows, this diamond of a podcaster has got to be one of the most prolific in the industry. Known as the Master Connector, Lou is also a whiz when it comes to using his shows to build powerful connections and partnerships. This is just one of the literal …
 
Starting your platform can be a challenging undertaking, especially if you are starting to grow your following. Gathering leadership advice through podcasts is one of the trending go-to inspirations for leaders today, if you are preparing to choose the said path, you need to plan everything on the whiteboard thoroughly. In this episode, Melanie Par…
 
When you look at the different podcast niches for women, one of the striking observations is how many tackle the struggles of having that work-life balance, of being a mompreneur. But what if you're an entrepreneur but not a mom? Where do you turn to? Raphie Wagner is tired of reading, seeing, and hearing all the mompreneur stuff out there. So she …
 
Looking for a project management tool that’s efficient, time-based, affordable, and can help track multiple talks and a large team? ClickUp might be what you need! Join as Tracy Hazzard explains how Podetize uses ClickUp to scale its operations. She joins Alicia Butler Pierre from The Business Infrastructure Podcast to detail how they use the progr…
 
Many podcasts never make it far. As more and more shows come on, how do you make yourself stand out and keep your listeners’ attention? In this episode, Tracy Hazzard joins Lou Diamond from Thrive LOUD Podcast to spill what it takes to become “Binge-Worthy.” Perhaps start by finding your ideal customer. They could be anywhere in this vast social me…
 
With a lot of podcast shows today, especially during this time of everything virtual, many of them undergo the process of podfading. Some may not be that visible as usual, while others are now completely gone without any update. Tracy Hazzard sits down with Brodie Welch of A Healthy Curiosity Podcast to discuss the right way to podfading without co…
 
Starting a podcast show is more than just releasing episodes and patiently waiting for listeners to come by. For it to be an engaging show with a proper return on investment, effective podcasting techniques must be implemented. Tracy Hazzard shares her most important tips in starting your own show in this discussion with Melanie Herschorn of The VI…
 
With so many podcast shows competing for the most listeners and followers, releasing bingeworthy content has never been more serious. Hosts scramble to invite famous guests, produce engaging discussions, and provide enticing promos as fast as possible. But what does it truly take for a podcaster to successfully capture the hearts (and ears) of many…
 
Being a podcast host is a long, winding game that can get a bit challenging and uncomfortable for many. But by embracing the risks and being comfortable with the difficulties ahead, anyone can make it big in this ever-growing industry. Unraveling the secrets of podcasting career success with Tracy Hazzard is her social media advisor and the co-host…
 
As the internet becomes the main arena for business engagement, producing unique content aside from traditional adverts is highly needed. One of the best ways to do this is by producing a podcast show to highlight your work and connect with the target audience. In this conversation with Todd Westra of The Leadership in Business Podcast, Tracy Hazza…
 
The pandemic has made a huge impact in a lot of aspects in our lives, including how we market our products. In a time when almost every business is pivoting online, how do we make our products special so they would stand out in this heavy competition? Timothy Bush sits down for a conversation with product design and development specialist Tracy Haz…
 
For most people, only businesses and large-scale industries benefit from the use of 3D printing. That's not entirely true, as you can enjoy this technology even right at your home. Tracy Hazzard talks about utilizing the power of 3D printing in this live interview with Ryan Treasure from VoiceAmerica during the CEO Space Live at Las Vegas. Together…
 
Now that 3D printing is now more accessible, you can make all sorts of things with it right at the comfort of your home. Tracy Hazzard joins Neary Heng of The Paradise Within Show to talk about the many possible uses of 3D printing technology. She explains how it can go beyond the usual test mark purposes and produce almost anything you want. Tracy…
 
Innovation can’t happen if you don’t plan on failing forward. Product design and development specialist Tracy Hazzard knows this better than anyone. In this episode, EZ Zuley of eZWay.tv interviews Tracy at the CEO Space Dolphin Tank event. Tracy shares her insights on innovation, product design, and failing forward. Learn more from Tracy as she sh…
 
Creating and launching a successful consumer retail product isn't just about inventing something for buyers. It also means having a great product design. In this episode, Tracy Hazzard talks to Jill Lublin of the Get Known Now podcast about how she got into product design and how it is important in the life cycle of a successful retail product. Jil…
 
Many people quit their podcasting journey even before they had begun for fear of producing something that isn’t perfect. However, many successful podcasters will attest that there is never a perfect first episode, or even the next ones right after. Showing the ups and downs of being a podcaster, Tracy Hazzard talks to Rick Jordan, a nationally reco…
 
The entrepreneurial industry is not for the faint of heart. If you want to achieve your long-term dreams, you're going to need to find your why. Why are you creating your app? If you build your business without a goal, then you won't last long-term. Tracy Hazzard joins Paul Kemp from the App Guy Podcast to share how she founded Hazz Design and succ…
 
Every aspect of the product development process should be planned to get your idea into the market. In this episode of Live To Grind Podcast, Brandon Adams gets Tracy Hazzard to share her process in market research, product design, and product launching. With 250 products that are in mass retail right now, Tracy has a lot of knowledge to share so y…
 
One of the common things that hold people back from podcasting is the technical part of it. Just thinking about the amount of time and effort put into setting it up, editing, and booking guests is enough to send them running away. But what a waste of wisdom that is! Tracy Hazzard brings over to this episode Amy Schmidt, the host of Fearlessly Facin…
 
Want to know the secret to designing an idea for a product that sells? Then you've come to the right place! In today's show, Tracy Hazzard joins Seth Greene of The SharkPreneur Podcast to break down the design process that allowed her to create products with an 86% success rate. As a ghost designer, Tracy has helped push over 250 products from an i…
 
What do you need to do if you want to bring your idea to the shelf and make a profit from it? We find out in this informative episode. Phil McKinney is on hand to interview Tracy Hazzard on the design and commercialization process. Tracy discusses their design process, the common issues companies face in getting an idea realized, and some manufactu…
 
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