Harry Morton runs Lower Street media, a podcasting production productised service who topped over $500k this year. In this episode we're going to talk about what makes a great podcast, how Harry grew his business and how losing 30% of your revenue overnight affects your business.
On Lower Street
- Why start a podcast agency?
- Agencies aren't the dream business, was this always your plan?
- What's the trick to growing an agency? (or any that you've found)
- How did you land on your pricing?
- Should you work at an agency before starting one?
- Productising and hiring. Should you productise / should you hire?
- Coronavirus hit your business hard, as it did many, how did you bounce back from losing 30% revenue?
- You make some shit hot podcasts, you know what you're doing and you charge well for them. What's the process for coming up with a killer idea, a format that works for you and a podcast that
- Biggest mistake people make with podcasting? I'm thinking expecting instant results, stopping after 3 episodes, doing ANOTHER interview show.
- Taking Indie Bites, what could I do to improve the format?
- You did a 150 episode daily podcast, what did you learn from that?
On building a job you love
- Do you enjoy what you're doing now?
- What's the day to day?
- How do you make sure the risk of working for yourself is worth is vs a stable job with a stable income?
- Mountain bike community
- Book - obviously awesome, april dunford, the mom test, rob fitzpatrick
- Podcast - Bootstrapped Web, Startup
- Indie Hacker - James Cridland, podnews, Jack Rhysier: https://twitter.com/JackRhysider
Harry on HIBT: https://howibuilt.it/daily-podcast-harry-morton/