Imriel Morgan is the CEO of the ShoutOut Network and the host of the Wanna Be Podcast, a business and careers podcast for young women taking the first step on the career ladder. She is a self-proclaimed overachiever and regularly balances employment, freelancing and running the UK’s diverse podcast network. Imriel is passionate about diversity and creating workforces with better representation.

Imriel is hosting a workshop on what they don’t tell you about starting a podcast where you’ll learn the nuts and bolts of publishing your own podcast.

Our Founder Danielle McDonald spoke with Imriel about content marketing, user personas, copy writing for social, brand partnerships and more.

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“You have to have a real strong sense of who is listening to your show, or who you want to be listening to your show and really create the content around that person.” @ImiMorgan talks about podcasting. Listen in here: via @BrandsofColour Click the link to tweet:

“Being in content and communications taught me that consistency is key. Are you being consistent? Listen into our interview with @ImiMorgan here: via @BrandsofColour Click the link to tweet:

“Twitter has been the biggest growth of almost all of the shows on the network bar one.” Are you utilising Twitter to build your tribe? @ImiMorgan shares why you should be. Listen into the interview here: via @BrandsofColour Click the link to tweet:

“You cannot say someone isn’t giving you something if they don’t know you exist. You need to be in those rooms.” Listen in for tips on how you can build brand partnerships with @ImiMorgan here: via @BrandsofColour Click the link to tweet:

“You have to jump in at the right time to get a yes from them.” You will love hearing about @ImiMorgan’s experience when it comes to building brand partnerships. Listen into our interview with her here: via @BrandsofColour Click the link to tweet:

“Half the things that I’ve been able to achieve this year, just absolutely would not have happened without her.” Do you have an assistant? Learn why @ImiMorgan does here: via @BrandsofColour Click the link to tweet:

“Usually when you’re building something, you tend to love it enough to want to do it. But to stay motivated is really tough especially when the rewards are a lot slower.” Listen into the full interview with @ImiMorgan here: via @BrandsofColour Click the link to tweet:

“Having freelance jobs or part-time jobs for me has always been like, at least I know I’m gonna eat and I’m being rewarded for some of my skillset.” Awesome interview with @ImiMorgan. You too can listen in here: via @BrandsofColour Click the link to tweet:

“It’s a case of being honest about where your strengths lie. What can you really get done realistically and what does your budget allow for?” Are you getting support for your business? @ImiMorgan shares her experience here: via @BrandsofColour Click the link to tweet:

“The hardest part of the business journey was knowing that the people you’ve been working with for years just didn’t have your back in that situation.” @ImiMorgan shares how she overcame her biggest challenge here: via @BrandsofColour Click the link to tweet:



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