Celebrating 50 Episodes of Process to Profitability

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I’m so excited that we are at 50 episodes this week. When I started this podcast back in June of 2017, I never imagined getting to this point. I start podcasting because I was tired of writing blog posts and I felt like it wasn’t the best way for me to educate my audience and make connections with other people in the industry. After meeting a group of amazing podcasters at a networking event, I decided to jump in and try podcasting for myself. Since then, we have had a ton of amazing guests, some solo episodes, lots of freebies and opt-ins, and a couple of bumps along the way.

Today I want to look back over the past 50 episodes, give you some insight into what I’ve learned, the most popular episodes, and a little sneak peak of what’s coming next.

Topics Discussed:

  • An overview of the 5 most popular episodes
  • Some of my favorite interviews that you may have missed
  • The top 3 episodes to listen to before beginning your website design
  • Lessons I’ve learned from 50 episodes of Process to Profitability
  • Some of the big mistakes that I made
  • My favorite reviews (and why I love them)
  • What’s coming next
  • Ways that you can support the show

Action Steps:

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Most Popular Episodes:

  1. 01 | Using Your Blog to Educate Clients with Cinnamon Wolfe
  2. 14 | Writing a Book that Serves Your Audience and Your Business with Jodi Brandon
  3. 39 | Mindfulness and Entrepreneurship with Lee Chaix McDonough
  4. 11 | Creating Effective Surveys in Your Business with Lauren Black
  5. 20 | Pricing Your Services for Your Profitability and Your Dream Clients with Kristin Kaplan

My Favorite Episodes You May Have Missed:

You Need to Listen Before Designing a Website:

What I’ve Learned:

  1. I love having a conversation with my guests while still covering their area of expertise
  2. Podcasting takes a lot of time and effort and it costs a lot more than writing a blog
  3. It’s easier to interview a guest than to host a solo episode

Mistakes I’ve Made:

  • My very first episode was released with the intro and interview audio tracks overlaid, so you couldn’t understand anything
  • One of my early episodes was released with 20 minutes of audio missing in the middle – and I didn’t catch it until months later

Favorite Reviews:

“Samantha, host of Process to Profitability, highlights all aspects of business in this can’t miss podcast. The host and expert guests offer insightful advice that is helpful to anyone that listens!” – Brooke Craven

“I’m only a few episodes in, but I already love what I’m hearing. Samantha dives right into getting to know her guests and it’s all action from there, which is great!” – Krista Miller

“I’m loving Samantha’s podcast for her ability to ask questions that really allow the interviews to get to the strategies that business owners are curious about. It’s exciting to hear stories AND get something you can put into place in your business immediately!” – Reina Pomeroy

What’s Next:

  • 3 Action Steps for each episode
  • New guests covering topics like learner-centered design, subscription-based businesses, and the true value of an hour
  • New solo episodes including what a week in my life looks like, website analytics, and auditing your website
  • Transcriptions for each episode

How You Can Help:


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