Most shows take years to grow big enough to attract real advertiser dollars, but that doesn't mean that you shouldn't think about monetization sooner. Even if your audience is still limited, your expertise and content still have value. Hear Sergei Revzin, co-host of The Mentors podcast (and Venture Associate at the Entrepreneurial Institue) talk about how he and his partner leveraged their small but growing show to generate side income, and create big professional opportunities in just the first year.
During this session, we will cover:
1) How to leverage your show to get large press opportunities.
2) How to get paid for live events.
3) How to make residual income from your content.
About the speaker: Sergei Revzin is a Venture Associate for the NYU Innovation Venture Fund where he leads all technology investments. He is also a co-host of The Mentors podcast, and has mentored hundreds of entrepreneurs through his work as Entrepreneur-in-Residence at national nonprofit Venture for America where he ran the organization's accelerator and first venture fund. Prior to this, Sergei was a founder and early employee at several high growth startups.
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