Ep 160: Grow Your Brand With AI and a Podcast

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Overview

In a rapidly evolving digital landscape, businesses are constantly seeking innovative ways to connect with their target audience. The merging of artificial intelligence (AI) and podcasting presents an unprecedented opportunity for brand amplification and consumer engagement. The latest episode of the "Everyday AI" podcast delved into the transformative impact of AI-enabled podcasting and its potential to revolutionize brand growth strategies.

The Power of Podcasting

Podcasting has emerged as a powerful medium for fostering meaningful connections with audiences. As highlighted in the episode, businesses can leverage podcasts to share valuable insights, engage in thought leadership, and build authentic connections with listeners. The conversational nature of podcasts enables brands to humanize their identity and establish a deeper rapport with their target demographic, ultimately fostering brand loyalty and trust.

AI Revolutionizing Content Creation and Post-Production

Artificial intelligence is revolutionizing the process of content creation and post-production in the podcasting sphere. Through AI-powered tools, such as Descript and video Snap. Io, businesses can streamline tasks such as editing, voice equalization, and ambient noise removal, allowing creators to channel their efforts towards generating compelling content and fostering enhanced listener engagement.

AI's Impact on Podcasting and Business Growth

The episode foresees a dynamic transformation in the realm of podcasting, driven by the integration of AI technology. It emphasizes the potential shift towards long-form content on platforms like YouTube and podcasting, likened to the transition from candlelight to electricity. Furthermore, the anticipated emergence of new communication methods, such as soundscapes and frequency manipulation, stands to elevate the immersive podcasting experience for both creators and listeners.

Podcasting as a Catalyst for Business Growth and Visibility

The podcast discussion underscores the relevance of podcasting as a potent tool for business growth and visibility. With businesses being likened to adopt podcasting as they did with social media, the episode underscores the immense potential for podcasts to augment brand visibility, foster consumer engagement, and contribute significantly to overall business growth. The essential ingredients for a successful podcast strategy - uniqueness, consistency, and a robust content creation plan - are emphasized as pivotal to leveraging the medium for tangible business impact.

Embracing the Transformative Power of AI and Podcasting

The intersection of AI and podcasting presents a realm of uncharted opportunities for businesses to amplify their brand's reach, nurture meaningful connections, and foster tangible business growth. As the digital landscape continues to evolve, embracing the transformative power of AI and podcasting is primed to be a strategic imperative for businesses poised to distinguish themselves in a competitive market and engage with their target audience on a deeper, more resonant level.


Topics Covered in This Episode

1. About podcasting
2. The impact of podcasting for businesses
3. Using AI with podcasting


Podcast Transcript

Jordan Wilson [00:00:17]:

There's a secret weapon to grow your brand, and it's podcasting with a little bit of AI. 2 of my favorite things. So thank you for joining today's show of Everyday AI. If you're new here, Everyday AI is a daily livestream podcast and free daily newsletter, helping everyday people like you and me learn what's going on in the world of artificial intelligence and how we can all Leverage it to grow our companies and to grow our brands, to grow our careers. Right? So, maybe you've thought about having a podcast before, And you wanna launch 1. We're gonna talk about maybe some benefits to doing that, but also how AI has now made the process Easier than ever. Hey. Talk about someone that talks about AI every day on a podcast.

Jordan Wilson [00:01:05]:

Today's show is right up my alley, and I'm excited to have our guests on the show today and, hey, livestream audience. If you are joining us live like Michael Forgy. What's going on, Michael? Make sure to get your questions in. What questions do you have about growing your brand with podcasting or podcasting in general, the intersection of podcasting and AI? I wanna hear it. Get your questions in. Thank you everyone for joining us. Alright. Before we get to that, as we always do, let's go over what's going on in the world of AI news.

Daily AI news


Jordan Wilson [00:01:34]:

There's a lot. Saving the best for last year, though. Alright. So the EU is getting closer to its official AI act after talks went into the wee hours of the morning. So the European Union has reached a provisional agreement on regulating AI systems, including chat gpt, in an effort to set a precedent for other negotiations. So these negotiations have been ongoing now for 2 days, but the agreements that we've been reporting on here on the show for months Could finally be put to a vote in the spring. Alright. Meta is adding invisible watermarks to AI content.

Jordan Wilson [00:02:10]:

So the, Facebook's parents' company, Meta, just announced that it will include invisible watermarks on all images created using its AI technology to prevent misuse. The company's the company claims its watermarks are resistant to common manipulations, you know, like what watermark removers, And it plans to expand this feature to other AI generated content. I'd like to know, what do you think about that? And I'm also wondering why Invisible. Right? Yes. They want to encourage brands to use their their AI image generators, to create, images, but Why not just go all the way? Why why invisible? I'm not sure. Alright. And then last but not least, the news that everyone is talking about in AI world, Gemini is here. So the newest model from Google was released yesterday and is now live in its Google Bard product.

Jordan Wilson [00:03:00]:

So before, Google was using the palm two model. Now it is using the Gemini model. So, Google is, saying that it is its most advanced AI model, And it has 3 different sizes available for different tasks and different applications. So those 3 sizes are ultra, And that's for the largest and most capable models, pro, which is a wide range of business tasks, And nano, which is for much smaller, tasks, but nano will actually be, able to run on mobile devices, which is Pretty cool. So, Google did release a pretty impressive promotional video, by the way, so make sure to check for that in the newsletter. We'll link Straight to it and, talked about some benchmarks that says, Google Gemini, is outperforming GPT 4. And right now, it's not available in all countries. Most notably, it's not yet available in Europe.

Jordan Wilson [00:04:02]:

So keep your eye out, for that if you are from those other countries. So, yes, I will be talking about, Google Gemini a lot more. Join us Tuesday. We are gonna be, it's it's hot take Tuesday, y'all. So, Tuesday, we'll be talking about, Google Gemini because if I'm being honest I'm being honest. It looks like there might be a little more marketing than actual results, at least right now. Alright. So, again, thank you everyone for joining us.

Jordan Wilson [00:04:35]:

We have our guest for today, Ronzley Vaz. Ronzley, I believe, was just Hanging out in the waiting room here, but he dropped off. I know he said he was having a couple of issues, so we will give him, a little bit of time to join the show. So hey. Thank you everyone though for joining live. And as a reminder, if you haven't already, please go to your everyday AI.com. Sign up for that free daily newsletter. We put it out every single day.

Jordan Wilson [00:05:00]:

Yes. That is why it's called Everyday AI. And if you are listening on the podcast, just make sure to go check check your show notes, and we always have links to go check that out. Other resources, other related podcasts, all of that good stuff. And, ad Hey. Yeah. It looks different back here. That's because I'm coming to you live from New York.

Jordan Wilson [00:05:21]:

It's everyday AI. Right? I kinda wanted to say that. You know, like, live from New York, it's Saturday night live. But, I am actually speaking, today at the AI Summit in New York City. It is Pretty impressive. There are thousands of people there. Some of the leaders in the industry, speakers, You know, from OpenAI, all the big consulting groups, all the big tech companies are there, sharing Not just their latest innovations, but delivering some pretty in-depth and impressive, you know, speeches and, you know, different reports on artificial intelligence. So let me know what you wanna hear.

Jordan Wilson [00:06:00]:

I'm actually probably gonna be doing a show next week as well. We'll get that scheduled and let you all know. Just talking about some of the highlights, from this conference because, you know, being able to go and and talk to these people, that are, you know, Helping literally create the future of generative AI. It's it's pretty it's pretty exciting, for me. And so let me know what you wanna hear about, You know, because talking everything about, you know, from large language models to marketing to AI and finance, you know, there's there's companies, unveiling some new reports and studies during their presentations that I can share with you. So please let me know. Yes. Hey.

Jordan Wilson [00:06:40]:

Like Monica said, great idea, Monica. Yeah. Our guest for today was having, a little bit of troubles, but it looks like he's he's getting back on here. So, enough of that. Enough of the AI summit. Let's talk growing your brand with a podcast. Alright. We're ready to go now.

About Ronsley and We Are Podcast


Jordan Wilson [00:06:56]:

I'm extremely Excited. No more delays. Let's bring him on the show. Here we go. Ronsley, the founder of We Are Podcast. Ronsley, thank you for joining the show.

Ronsley Vaz [00:07:08]:

Sorry, man. The Internet just died on me. It was it was it was I was panicking. Thanks for having me. This is great. This is great.

Jordan Wilson [00:07:16]:

Worries. Hey. You know what? I always like to say this is this shows the realest thing in artificial intelligence. This is unscripted, unedited. We put it out as it is. So, Ronzley, thank you Thank you for, doing the tech troubleshooting and jumping on. But maybe tell us a little bit, about, Ronsley, what you do, and tell us a little bit about We Are Podcast as well.

Ronsley Vaz [00:07:36]:

Yeah, man. For the last 11 years, I've been making podcasts for some of the most famous people in the world, politicians, actors, songwriters, athletes, Big business, small business. I started doing this before people knew what a podcast was. Wrote the book in 2016. You know? I've done I've I've done over 1500 interviews and and helped over 1200 people start and or brands and personality and grow a podcast. So I've I've I've done a lot in the podcasting world. But before that, I was a computer scientist, software engineer, took two companies to ISO 9,000 and one, and it seems like it's the perfect intersection for Ronsley come 2023. So, I'm I'm I'm very grateful and and super excited about, artificial intelligence, what what it brings, And, and and and how, you know, creators and creative people can actually use it, to the advantage, and and and and put the gifts out there.

Ronsley Vaz [00:08:39]:

So, that's me in a nutshell, man.

Jordan Wilson [00:08:42]:

Yeah. I love it. And it's it's interesting, Ronsoo, because, You know, you do have a deep background in both the technical side, you know, with your computer science background, and then also podcasting, you know, being in the space for more than a decade. Can you talk to just how much different it is now versus, you know, 10, 15 years ago. Yeah. I did I did my 1st date. Like, I I I don't even know if I've ever talked about this. I was doing a daily podcast in 2008, and then I took 15 years off and restarted it.

How AI changes podcasting


Jordan Wilson [00:09:13]:

But but how much has, podcasting changed Specifically with AI. Yeah. Just tell people a little, little bit about it.

Ronsley Vaz [00:09:21]:

Massively. I mean, I can look at a waveform and tell you that that's an m and that's an r. That you know? Because we had to look at waveforms, and We had to listen to everything to find out what went in and what went out. Now you can do that with a click of a button. You can Remove half sentences. You can play with equalizers, equal equalize people's voices. You can remove background noises so simply. And it's very, very different.

Ronsley Vaz [00:09:51]:

They become much, much easier, and and hopefully, that Let's us put all that effort into, you know, creation of the show and and making it more engaging and make it making it more for our audience and and and And creating something that is quite unique.

Jordan Wilson [00:10:09]:

You know, Ronze, I'd say right now, at least my take on this, is, human connection is more important than ever, just because of how, unfortunately, you know, cheap the written word is now with large language models. You know, we just Talked at the top of the show about Google Gemini, chat g p t, but, you know, it used to take a lot of talent to to put out great written content. And now that, The playing field's been leveled. So with that in mind, do you think that, you know, video and podcasting Casting and being able to connect with an audience through a podcast is kind of the the way of the future, quote, unquote, even though it's been around for so long.

Ronsley Vaz [00:10:50]:

Yeah. I mean, just think about it. Auditory sense in has is the most connected sense. We've been passing down Stories for generations through that auditory sense. Parents sing to their kids before they're born because of the auditory sense. It's a sense of connection that, you a lot of other mediums don't have. And when you think about who would you rather buy from, someone that you've read a bunch of emails from or If you listen to someone's voice for the last half hour, the chances of you, you know, buying from someone and it's not only about buying. It's it's more about It's more about your view of the world.

Ronsley Vaz [00:11:28]:

In general, we have not thought to raise our voices and say this is what we think because We might get judged or someone might call us, you know, that we or say that we're wrong, but We've got to start to embrace that and have the conversation. It's okay to be it's okay to not have the whole perspective. It's okay to say this is what I feel right now and, You know, being open to the conversation and allowing people to contribute, I think I think is more important than ever, especially For people trying to solve their audience's problems. Right? Like, if you think about true empathy, if you're really In business to create an impact, and that's my definition of entrepreneurship is, you know, solving meaningful problems. You know, artificial intelligence brings that brings that that capability so much closer. A lot of other things that You would have to learn. You don't have to learn anymore.

Should brands have podcasts?


Jordan Wilson [00:12:26]:

You know, I think early on during social media days, you know, it took it took companies a while to catch up and to say, okay. This is the way that we need to communicate, with our with our customers and potential customers. But it got to the point where if a company didn't have social media, it was weird. Right? Are we at that point now with podcast, right where especially if you're a big grant a big brand or a brand that really prides itself on, you know, customer service or providing a great product or service. Will it be weird, if if companies don't have a podcast just like it's weird if they don't have social media?

Ronsley Vaz [00:13:05]:

Well, I I think I think more and more people just imagine you you spend so much of time on your brand. Just adding like, giving your brand a voice is such a huge advantage because then people can hear about your brand even before they Even imagine buying from it or being associated with it. There's a huge advantage, and that's why lots of big companies Now have their own their own podcast. It's a it's a massive advantage to be able to be in someone's ears for that long, and just think about it. Right. When you think about consumption, every other form of content, including video and text has to be you gotta stop what you're doing to consume it. And and and podcasts or audio, you don't you don't. And I'm not saying only create an audio podcast.

Ronsley Vaz [00:13:50]:

That's not what I'm saying. I'm saying that When you record in video, you have all the forms with you right there, and you give your Brand, a huge advantage. A massive advantage. You you you you're setting it up to win, because of the reps you're doing. Every rep is Not only creating content from a video, audio, text, social, images, perspective, but it's also, if you're doing it right, is a business development tool because you're potentially having a business development conversation with the right person and could open doors that Even you might not even think of, which has happened which happens all the time, all the time.

Jordan Wilson [00:14:32]:

Here's we're gonna go straight to questions because we have some great questions. And if you are joining live, and you have questions about how you can grow your brand with AI in a podcast, get them in. But, Tanya, thank you for the question. Saying, Ronnsley, what advice would you give to some amateurs in the podcast industry? Great question.

Ronsley Vaz [00:14:49]:

Well, I think I'm still an amateur. I feel like I'm learning all the time. I'm a business owner trying to be a podcaster, learning to be a podcaster. And I've learned over time that I'm a bad listener. So some some some things that, some advice is get the strategy of your show right first. The equipment is not as important nowadays. You know, microphones are are very, very good. Cameras are very, very good.

Ronsley Vaz [00:15:16]:

Ice I I'm traveling with, like, a massive, rig, but I don't need that massive rig. Like, I can just use the the iPhone camera, which I'm using right now, and and and through a cable, and it's a lot easier to get a podcast going in terms of equipment, but get your strategy sorted. Like, how does this podcast differ from all the other podcasts? And what tends to happen when you make a podcast is If you're making it yourself is you fall into the trap of creating an amalgamation of what you've already listened to. So if you listen to, like, 5 or 6 podcasts regularly, You'll tend making a tend to make a podcast that is an amalgamation of those because that's what your experience is. So getting a sounding board, talking to people about Your idea of the podcast, allowing yourself to get the strategy right and not rushing into it, and how does it benefit the business, how does it benefit you, how does it benefit The the audience and and how are you not gonna stray? How can you say no to people if they don't belong in what your strategy has outlined? For sure. Like, be consistent. It's gonna make a massive, massive difference.

How podcasting creates business growth


Jordan Wilson [00:16:30]:

It's such such great advice there, and, you know, I'll even add on to that, but I'd say find your unique place. Right? Because the last thing you wanna do is is put you you know, because it takes a little bit of a bravery to get out there and to create a podcast for the world to hear, But find your unique space. You know? What makes you or your viewpoints or your business uniquely better and try to focus on that. Ronzley, Like, I think 1 people, one thing that people maybe don't understand or get wrong about a podcast is that it can help your business. It can push your business goals. It's not just A vanity project. Can you talk a little bit specifically on how podcasting can lead or help business growth?

Ronsley Vaz [00:17:08]:

I'll give you an example. Right? I mean, a real life example. I've just set up another company in Dubai, and I've I went to Dubai not knowing anybody, Not a single person. And, a few like a month ago, I spoke at an event At the Ritz, and the first one of the person fit well, I finished my speech, and they came out. And they were talking to me, and they were like, Man, how much money did you spend on SEO? And I was like, That's an interesting question. I thought you was gonna say something about my speech or something what I said on stage. And I said nothing. I said a grand total of 0.

Ronsley Vaz [00:17:48]:

He's like, because I googled you, and you're everywhere. I was like, wow. That is the power of a podcast. Mhmm. And now those are things that those are seeds that I planted a long, long time ago. And I'm friends with some really cool people because I've got a podcast. There's no other reason. I mean, I I've only met them because, you know, I've interviewed them on the podcast.



Ronsley Vaz [00:18:11]:

We've become friends, and and it's just become a thing. And now I I just feel privileged have this platform. So a podcast opens doors for a business that, like nothing else, you can Look around and see who has your target market and has no competitive overlap. They do very different things to you, but they serve the same audience. And you create a platform that's attractive for them to be on and that helps this one audience, and you've created a business development tool like no other. Every conversation is a partnership conversation. And if you have 52 of those a year and 2 of them convert, that's gonna massively benefit your business.

Using AI to repurpose podcast content


Jordan Wilson [00:19:33]:

And that's that's a great point because also, Ronsley, I think podcasts solves a lot of, a a podcast solves a lot of problems that businesses have. Right? So connecting with your consumer, talking about how you can solve their problems, but also ongoing content. Right. Can you talk a little bit about some of the benefits of taking a podcast just like this and then, you know, being able to repurpose it? And maybe let's Sprinkle in some AI in there as well because I know you you know.

Jordan Wilson [00:20:18]:

So maybe how can you even use AI to re repurpose, you know, conversations like this and to create better and more content?

Ronsley Vaz [00:20:26]:

Well, in general, I think right now, the quickest thing you can do with any recording is take the transcript and put it through something like Claude And find out things that are inside the transcript that you might have not seen or heard or thought about. You know, like, ask it for, relevant quotes that are related to certain things. And, you know, ask ask the transcript for different things that you're looking for. Take those things and, you know, Descript today is what a remarkable tool, where you can create Reels you can create. You can remove umms and ahs. You can remove background noise. You can can create studio sound. It's such a massive and if you know that you say certain words over and over again, you can find those words and remove them as well.

Ronsley Vaz [00:21:16]:

So that is using artificial intelligence, which, you know, is massive advantage for editing. But then you can find b roll clips when you're creating your reels through AI, which is, again, would take ages if you had to do this on your own. The ways you can repurpose right now is there's never been a better time for you to take your transcript and take your podcast and, and and and repurpose. But what I would love for people to think about is to separate the recording phase from the publishing phase. I mean, this is a different show. This isn't a live show. But if you're recording a podcast, you're usually recording it, you know, without it going live. And That whole thing does not have to be the published podcast.


Ronsley Vaz [00:22:01]:

Like, you would never read a blog post that's unedited. You would never read a book that's not edited. Why would someone listen to a podcast that's not edited? So try to think of them as separate parts, and and and and you can edit really Well, today using artificial intelligence, and you don't have to spend all this time listening to certain pieces and marking them and then replacing them in doing all that kind of stuff, so use Descript for that. And and then and then have templates. Like, make sure that whatever you're creating as brand guidelines, and it is representing your brand identity. You know, right now, AI is this magic trick that everyone's showing. Everyone is is an expert on AI today. And and they're really, pushing that agenda that they've just started to use chatGPT.

Ronsley Vaz [00:22:51]:

But Learning from some peep like, people who are just learning AI is like, you know, a 7th a 7th grader teaching a 6th grader. It it it's like, you you you can learn only so much. So I I'd really encourage you to learn artificial intelligence, what Way plays a role in your business, how it can improve, the different operations in your business, how it can help you grow audience, credibility. Like, take take responsibility because artificial intelligence will easily be the biggest conversation of our lifetime. By a long shot, It's gonna change everything around us.

Rapid fire audience questions


Jordan Wilson [00:23:29]:

Alright. So we have a lot of questions, Ronzley, and I know you know your stuff. So we're gonna try some a a little bit of rapid fire here. So, let's let's go through a couple of these questions, see if we can get some answers. So Tara asking, I'd love to know what your favorite postproduction AI tools are and for video podcasts.

Ronsley Vaz [00:23:47]:

Yeah. Descript, I've I've I've said that a few times right Now video Snap. Io is a pretty good one for, finding b roll, then using Claude to chat GPT 4, to talk to your transcripts, but then you can use Notion AI. If you store Your your transcripts in Notion. You can ask sim similar questions. You can write really cool show notes By putting a transcript in, giving it a template, and saying these are the this is the type of show notes I wanna create. Look at this transcript and create that, Which used to take ages at one point. So there's there's AI tools good, but more importantly is the process for extraction.

Ronsley Vaz [00:24:34]:

Like, what is your step by step? What are you gonna do Once you stop record and if you have a checklist, that's gonna make a that's gonna make a even bigger difference than having an AI tool. I promise you. If you have a process for for what you do, that's gonna help you massively, if if you if you have a podcast.

Jordan Wilson [00:24:51]:

Love that. Alright. Here we go. Next question. What platform to broad broadcast live? Which platform might you recommend?

Ronsley Vaz [00:24:58]:

Well, there's Streamyard, which which which is what we're using right now, Restream dot I o. Ecamm Live is a great one if you don't have Ecamm for Mac. If you have a Mac, I I definitely recommend Ecamm for a variety of different things. You can do some pretty cool you can record Multiple cameras. You can, go live. You can have a virtual camera. There's a lot of things you can do with Ecamm. So those are my suggestions.

Jordan Wilson [00:25:24]:

Alright. Perfect. And then 1 more here. Cecilia asking, how often do you have to have a podcast session for it to be effective?

Ronsley Vaz [00:25:31]:

Yeah. That's a great question. So I recommend that it goes out weekly, at least a weekly show, if not more regular. And that does not mean you you record every day. That means you can record for 3 months for the whole year, but it just gets published every week. And that gives you that gives you reps, that gives you cadence, and and and people Look forward to to to tuning into the podcast.

Jordan Wilson [00:26:00]:

Alright. I lied. There's 1 more great one because I know we can't keep you forever. But Tanya asking, Where do you see podcasting going in the future? Yeah. Because I've even seen it personally, Ron, so they change so much in the past, like, year, especially with AI. But where is it going to go?

Ronsley Vaz [00:26:15]:

See, I know there's lots of videos out there showing you how you can make faceless YouTube channels. But I think more and more, we're gonna want To converse with people, real people, and I feel long form will come back. Like, look at a lot of things. Right? Electricity. We went from candlelight to electricity, and now we pay a lot of money for a candlelight dinner. So there's a lot of things that we're going through the other way. And I feel long form will come back even though right now we have a short span, it is gone to shorter episodes. I think there's gonna be new ways of communicating in podcasting.

Ronsley Vaz [00:26:48]:

Like, there's gonna be More, soundscapes and immersion of sound. Like, we've done some pretty cool work with some pretty, you know, Impressive artists on how we can change frequency inside the podcast to make someone's limbic ring turn on. And so there's some really cool things that are gonna come out. And I think, for us, just practicing our our craft, like, practicing, There's a there's a really dear friend of mine, Daniel Priestley, and he says this thing, you get You know, as a podcaster, just put putting your stuff out there is is just is just a good rep to do.

Ronsley's final advice


Jordan Wilson [00:27:33]:

And, hey, as as we wrap up here, Ronsley, because we've talked about a lot. We've talked about even the his a little bit of history of podcasting. We've talked about how you can grow your with it, different tools and techniques that people can use if you're an amateur. But what's maybe that one takeaway for someone that's been on the fence for a while and they really wanna use this to grow their Grow their brand, grow their career, but they don't know how. What's that one piece of advice and maybe that one thing they that they can do on AI maybe that's gonna give them the biggest return To get them over that hump.

Ronsley Vaz [00:28:05]:

Well, I'll say this. My ancestors do not have the opportunity to switch on the microphone and say whatever they wanted to say whenever they wanted to say it. So I feel responsible. I feel a responsibility to learn how to do that. I feel, I feel that we've got this opportunity these days, and we kinda forget how privileged we are in general. So, let's let's take a step back and be of service and and kinda not worry about how Everyone wants to make an impact on the on the planet, but they wanna look good while they're making this impact. So I wanna say that you don't have to. You just have to do the rep.

Ronsley Vaz [00:28:46]:

And If it comes out good, like, today, like, you know, I could imagine, you know, you on on the kinda going, where's Ronsley? He was just here. You know? And it could be stressful, but you still showed up when you're traveling. It's like there are times that, you know, you don't actually wanna be show up. You do the you do the rep, And you learn from the rep. It might not be a great rep, but it's a it's a rep. And that's that is something that we were taking into consideration. So, there's no tactic. It's just the truth.

Jordan Wilson [00:29:18]:

That's not only great advice, Ronzley, for getting a podcast up and running and being successful, but also Just for life. So thank you for sharing that one. So hey. Thank you, Rosalie, so much for joining the Everyday AI Show. We really appreciate it. Alright. And, hey, as as a reminder, if you haven't already, Please go to your everyday AI .com. Sign up for that free daily newsletter.

Jordan Wilson [00:29:41]:

We're gonna break down what we talked about today with Ronzley, preview what we have coming up on the show Later this weekend, next week. So thanks for joining. We hope to see you back for another episode of Everyday AI. Thanks, y'all.

Ronsley Vaz [00:29:53]:

Thanks, man.

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