• Season 2 Finale -Episode 85

  • Dec 19 2022
  • Length: 33 mins
  • Podcast
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Season 2 Finale -Episode 85

  • Summary

  • One last aria as we march towards the grand finale for Key Exchanges. Is this the end? I have no idea, but in this episode I reflect on how far we’ve come as a show and I’m also joined by my friend John Arroyo with Ruby Red Media and we share some of our favorite moments from Season 2. 


    I cannot thank you enough for taking time out of your busy lives to slow down to listen to this show over the 85 episodes that we’ve been in existence.  

    ·         4,963 minutes of Key Exchanges has been distributed since our first episode on October 5th, 2020 

    ·         We’ve been listened to in 44 different states (I’ve got my eye on you DE, ID, NH, SD, WV, and WY) 

    ·         Listened to in 41 different countries (shoutout Tajikistan as a country I’d never heard of and Germany for being our second most popular country) 

    ·         Listened to on all 6 continents that people actually live on

    ·          Our listenership for new episodes grew 47% from Season 1 so far (it takes 90 days to get a true sample) 

    ·         when you factor in downloads of our first 55 episodes we more than doubled our listenership in the last 6 months. 


    All of this is completely mind blowing to me and truly speaks to the amazing cast of characters that make up our local real estate community. Thank you so much for being willing to tune in at some point along the way. I’m not sure what the next iteration of this will look like, but I’ve appreciated you joining me for this part of our journey. Thank you so much for listening to Key Exchanges in the 901. 

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