Podcasting Builds Authority

In today’s competitive NDIS service landscape, it’s more important than ever for organisations to establish themselves as authorities in the industry. One effective way for your organisation to establish authority is through podcasting.

Why Podcasting?

Podcasting is a popular medium for organisations to communicate with their audiences. By producing high-quality content that is relevant and valuable to its target audience, a disability service can attract new listeners and establish itself as a trusted authority in the industry.

How can podcasting help a disability service establish authority? Here are some key strategies:

  • Provide valuable insights and analysis

To be seen as an authority, a service needs to provide insights and analysis that are valuable and relevant to its audience. This requires research and analysis of industry trends, news, and events. By providing in-depth analysis and commentary on disability related topics, a service can demonstrate its expertise and establish itself as a go-to resource for valuable insights.

  • Showcase expertise through client interviews

Another effective way to establish authority is through client stories. By featuring individuals whose lives have been changed on the podcast, a service can showcase its own expertise through showing rather than telling. This can help to increase the service’s visibility and credibility, as well as provide valuable insights and perspectives for its listeners.

  • Develop a consistent content strategy

Consistency is key to building authority through podcasting. A service should have a clear content strategy and publishing schedule, which can help to build momentum and maintain audience engagement. Regularly producing high-quality content that is relevant and valuable to the target audience can help to establish the service as a reliable source of information and insights. This is where your podcast support team can help.

  • Engage with the audience

Engagement is a critical component of establishing authority through podcasting. A service should encourage feedback and interaction from its audience, whether through social media, email, or other channels. This can help to build a relationship with the audience and foster a sense of community around the podcast. A single CTA per episode is the best way to do this. Something like, drop over to the website, link in the show notes, to receive a free ebook on how to choose the service that best meets your needs. This needs to be a genuine guide and not an infomercial to continue establishing trust.

  • Repurpose content for increased visibility

Finally, repurposing content is an effective way to increase the visibility of a service’s authority. Podcast content can be transcribed and turned into blog posts, social media content, and other forms of digital content, which can help to expand the service’s reach and attract new listeners.


Podcasting can be a powerful tool for Disability Services looking to establish authority in their industries. By providing valuable insights, featuring client stories, developing a consistent content strategy, engaging with the audience and repurposing content, a service can position itself as a trusted authority in its field. With the growing popularity of podcasts, services that embrace this medium can build brand recognition, increase their audience reach and establish themselves as leaders in their industries.