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Headliner Announces First-Ever “Power Hour”

Headliner Announces First-Ever “Power Hour”

Headliner

February 6, 2024

Headliner is thrilled to announce our first-ever “Power Hour.” During the live event, Kristy (Head of Customer Support) and Elissa (Head of Marketing) will talk everything Headliner and answer all those burning questions to help “make” the most out of their accounts.

This interactive event is made for podcasters at all levels! Whether you’re new to the game or a seasoned pro, there’s something for everyone. Our “Power Hour” will take place on Friday, February 16th, at 12:00 PM Eastern.

Our Q&A form is open and ready for all those questions – so fire away! Submit your questions here.

Power Hour Info

Learn the ins and outs of podcast marketing and optimization with Headliner! Whether you’re an audio-first podcast looking to make some social media assets or a video-first podcast wanting to optimize your podcast for YouTube, Headliner is the perfect tool for your pod-motional stack.

​​In this 60–minute session, we’ll cover our complete podcasting workflow, including:

  • ​​Transcribing and editing with Eddy
  • Creating podcast clips
  • Designing your content
  • Share your podcast with the world

​​We’ll also save time for live Q&A, so bring your questions. This event will be recorded and shared at a later date and time if you cannot attend.

TL;DR

Headliner is all about helping podcasts grow their audience, and we want to ensure that podcasters have all the tools to make that happen quickly and easily.

Our inaugural “Power Hour” event will take place on February 16th at 12:00 PM EST. Registration is open “hear.” Submit questions ahead of time “hear.”

Contact

Elissa Craig headliner.app ecraig@headliner.app

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