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How To Make Money From Podcasting With Debbie Arcangeles – The Offbeat Life Podcast | Ep 19

Filip Stankovski October 15, 2019


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In this episode on the Remotepreneurs Podcast, Filip talks with the host of The Offbeat Life Podcast – Debbie Arcangeles. Debbie immigrated from the Philippines in USA at age 8th and had to figure out how to fit into the new culture. She has worked dozens of jobs, until she discovered podcasting. She combined her passion for travel, photojournalism and talking with location independent entrepreneurs and created one of the most popular podcasts for digital nomads –  The Offbeat Life Podcast. Her work was featured on Refinery 29, Hello Giggles, Dame Traveler etc and created many streams of income using her podcast. The main discussion on this episode is how to make money with podcasting.

If you’re interested to learn how to make money from podcasting, you should listen to this episode and leave a 5* review. 

Remotepreneur’s Insights:

  • Podcast Monetization Misconception: Debbie shares that number of downloads are not the most important asset for potential sponsors.
  • When you should start monetizing your podcast: Debbie suggest when you should start searching for sponsors regarding your podcast
  • How to structure your podcast sponsorship fees: Debbie discovers how she makes 10x more money than industry standard even though she has 10x less downloads than the top podcasters.
  • How to promote your podcast: Debbie gives useful tps how she promotes her podcast and managed to get 40k followers on instagram.
  • The importance of leveraging all your assets: Debbie explains how you can leverage other brand assets besides podcasting downloads when looking for sponsors.

Don’t listen to gurus or wait to hit certain numbers of downloads to start looking for sponsorship!

Key Podcast Milestones:

01:00 – Debbie’s background

04:00 – Debbie’s childhood – immigrated to USA

06:30 – How Debbie became Digital Nomad

08:20 – Debbie’s podcasting start

09:30 – How many downloads you need to start earning income

13:30 – Misconception about earnings from podcasting

15:56 – How much to charge for your podcasting sponsorship packages

16:20 – How to find sponsors for your podcast

17:22 – Podcasting Post-production

20:00 – Debbie’s podcasting masterclass

20:55 – Why podcast is on the rise

23:15 – Outsource podcast post-production

24:00 – How to promote your podcast

25:45 – The rise of remote entrepreneurs

28:18 – Where to start for being location independent

30:40 – How Filip Will starting his freelancing career

32:15 – Misconception about digital nomads & remote work

34:00 – Will the recession increase the number of digital nomads

39:27 – Digital nomad struggle

40:00 – Filip’s & Debbies traveling experience

 

 Top Key Quotes

“Don’t outsource until you create an income from the task!”

“Don’t listen to gurus or wait to hit certain numbers of downloads to start looking for sponsorship!”

“Better to leap into it and fail, than to not do it and regret later on!”

“Don’t let the number of downloads stop you from being paid by podcast sponsorship. The numbers of downloads are not the most important part of sponsorship deals. Sponsors look if your podcast matches their product/service line!”

 

Resources

4 Hour Work Week – Tim Ferris

UpWork

Fiverr

Podcast mentorship program: 

The Offbeat life podcast

Debbie’s Instagram

 

Don’t forget to get even more great episodes and resources to help you break out of the Matrix and grow your own remote empire at the Remotepreneurs website.

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Filip Stankovski

I'm a top rated sales freelancer on Upwork and Level 2 Seller on Fiverr. I believe that the new entrepreneurs are remotepreneurs and the purpose of the podcast is to teach people how to adjust to the new future of doing business - REMOTELY!

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