Stressed? Worried? Forgetful? Rushed? These are all signs of having scheduling conflicts. The good news? We can fix that. We'll zoom in on our podcasting schedule. First through the eyes of creating content and then through the eyes of our audience. Why even bother with a podcasting schedule? Preparation delivers value and rewards...
The basics seem so…basic, so easy. Some of it is and some of it takes a little bit more of our creative thinking. Just like our content, our basics need to be considered and planned for effective communication with our audience and what we're aiming to do with our podcast.
When you've made the decision to start a podcast, a lot of the advice that you'll get is "just start!” There's some truth to that, but if you just take a moment to first think of your listener and the content that you’ll be creating, it will save you a lot of growing pains. Even if you've been podcasting for a while, creating a Podcast Compass will be super helpful.
I’m always told that what a podcaster wants is quality and success with their podcast. Consistency plays a huge part in making that happen. This episode is about consistency, not just for you, but for your listener.
The core to having a podcast is about having a conversation with your audience. This is why I believe that publishing is not the end of producing an episode.
Engaging with your audience about the topic you discussed is what really fuels podcasting happiness.
Too often publishing is either horribly rushed (just to meet a deadline) or not done at all because fear and perfection are in the way. In this episode, I’ll be discussing why and how you can publish with podcasting happiness.
While listening to a TED Talk, the speaker, Shonda Rhimes, shared something that I feel connects well with our focus on podcasting happiness...her “hum.” And no, I'm not referring to the little annoying floor noise we sometimes get in our audio recording...
I feel that what she is describing is exactly what podcasting happiness is all about, getting in our zone and keeping our hum alive. In this episode, I'll be sharing 3 ways to help you with recording your podcast, for "hum" sake.