You're NOT like every other podcaster, so why would you take their advice?
The internet is FLOODED with advice on how to launch your podcast. Everyone with more than 20 episodes wants to launch a course that can teach you to the podcast too. It makes it impossible for you to find out what’s really right for you.
So you end up in a cycle of starting and stopping, you spend entire afternoons searching Google, joining Facebook groups, and even follow well-known podcasters all to find your show still just isn’t where you want it to be (maybe it’s even still on the “someday list”).
Instead of finding what you need (aka a clear look at how, as a business owner, you can grow your show so it’s doing more for your business), you find advice for podcasters looking to stack their show with ads and drive traffic to other people
Even when you do find something that works for your model, you’re too worn out from trying to keep up with your show releases to market your show consistently, much less try something new.
You’re left frustrated with your podcast and unsure of if anyone is even really listening...
No, we’re not mindreaders, but we have produced hundreds of hours of podcasts in the last two years (and 500 episodes of our own show over the last 7 years.)
Our clients have been there, and even our CEO and podcast host, Stacey has been there…
Seriously! It’s hard to do this on your own.
When Stacey decided to stop DIYing her show she was able to get out of the soup of production and instead focus on providing great value in each episode and sharing the show. That meant GROWTH and EASE (yes both are possible).
Like our clients, Stacey went from feeling frustrated and like she was in an endless cycle of production, to being able to consistently batch, get creative about new ways to share the show, and even more creative about what to share ON the show.
What would it feel like to hit record and knowing exactly who you’re talking to and what you were talking about? Ohh bonus points, if you know WHY you were talking about it.
What would it feel like to get DMs after you put up a vulnerable episode that was filled with support and cheers, and maybe just some “oh yeah, me too” messages?
That’s what happens when you have SPACE to create a show that really serves your audience.
And that value, that connection, is what makes your podcast work BETTER for your business. That connection is what makes the types of changes we’ve seen for our own customers possible (like sales calls where the prospective client has already decided to buy AND quotes your own show to you).
Meet Your New Podcast Production Company
The good news is, you don’t have to create an entirely new system for your podcast, we’ve done that.
Running our current show since 2013, and launching and producing shows for others over the last 2 years means Uncommonly More clients step into a system that already works. This is a system built to be your stage. You step up and layer your mojo onto it so that YOU get YOUR results.
It’s a system meant to SUPPORT you, not a box to contain you.
We support all of our clients in putting together STRATEGIC content calendars, creating assets that allow them to do less, and ensure that every episode of their show is not only providing value for their audience but also supporting them as business owners with strong calls to action.
Hear from our clients...
Stacey and her team were instrumental in helping me launch a key offering and fill various other offers over the years we have worked together. We have also been able to grow our podcast and are proud of the work we do on that platform
I love that Uncommonly More is a one-stop-shop. Mostly, I think Stacey is super-duper smart and it's worthwhile to have her on speed dial. She is so helpful when it comes to breaking down your strategy for how to move forward. She takes all the ideas and gobbledygook in your head and makes it simple and straight forward while helping you put a simple plan in place.