Are there opportunities for partnering with the Rocky Point Podcast? Yes, of course. Let me explain.

An easy to follow force. The best of intentions. Service to others. These were some of the key pillars on which the Rocky Point Podcast was created. There were other good reasons, too. I believed there would be an abundance of opportunities. I also hoped people would be interested in partnering with the Rocky Point Podcast.

Yes, I thought creating this podcast would be fun. Yes, I thought it offered an information and entertainment solution for Rocky Point visitors. Yes, I thought there was plenty of compelling content I could find and share about people, places, things, and events in Puerto Peñasco.

There was clarity before the first episode was recorded. The idea for building the project began with serving the community and connecting people with people as well as resources. Sure, statistics show the number of Rocky Point lovers keeps rising. Granted, there’s strength in numbers. Still, all benefit from the rewards of coming together with a stronger sense of “community.”

I’m “bootstrapping” the Rocky Point Podcast. By definition this means I’m transforming the project from imagination to reality by using my own existing personal resources. No surprise. I even had to acquire knowledge and resources I didn’t have readily available in order to get this podcast “on the air.”

Despite doubts, I’m finally get wise. I simply followed a saying I’ve learned to love, not fear:

“Leap First and the Rope Shall Appear.”   


Partnering with the Rocky Point Podcast …

is rooted in the same concept as the famous line in the movie, Field of Dreams. “If you build it, he will come.”

We’re in the building a foundation process. Then others will come. Partnering with the Rocky Point Podcast is not something set in stone. It is more of an open door of possibilities.  If you have an idea for something we could do together, by all means come forward. Contact me and let’s explore.

Full disclosure. At this point in a new launch, there are not yet verifiable metrics in place. It is a brand-new venture coming online. It will take some time to generate measurable success. Once we have vital user statistics such as subscribers, downloads, YouTube views, and website visitor traffic, we can then add a more traditional online business approach with advertising.

Meantime, if you are interested or know someone who might be interested in connecting with an audience of people connected to Puerto Peñasco, reach out. When it comes to partnering with the Rocky Point Podcast, you have our ears. Hopefully, many other ears will soon follow. Thank you for your time and consideration.

With gratitude,

Thomas Baldrick

(602) 688-3330