Gone are the days of hitting record, saying whatever comes to mind, and hoping that our podcast gets discovered. To gain an audience, we need to support our content with structure. Despite the false belief of restraining creativity, having content structure is what will captivate the attention of your audience and builds for a strong-lasting show.
Our voice is the most important podcasting tool that we have and yet, it’s power and health is overlooked. In this episode, I invite The Shan Man to discuss vocal triggers - how we use our voice to share our message, capture the attention of our audience and how to take care of it!
What I’m about to share with you was created out of an “ah-ha!” moment after one of my podcast clients constantly struggled with expanding on their main topic. They knew their topic well, it was just the format and delivery aspect that continued to puzzle my client.
This content spinner has continued to help my clients quickly and easily create their podcast episodes. I hope it will help you too.
Making time to step back and review what we’ve created helps us to be aware of our progress towards the goal we have with our podcast. If we don't, the opposite tends to happen. We continue to just roll with the punches, cautioning on the side of podfading. Here are 5 simple questions to review and refine our episodes content creation.
One way of creating content that engages the audience’s attention and loyalty is by intentionally using 6 triggers on a show and episode level. In this episode, you’ll discover the 6 triggers that will have your audience hooked!
What value does our recording gear have if we let our fear or anxiety prevent us from sharing our message with the world? You’ll have to listen to the episode to discover a method that makes it easy to organize and record our message effectively. This method takes creating content from confused to confident!
It takes a skill to get on the microphone and record content that communicates directly to your audience. In this Intentional Content series, I’ll be sharing how to build-up that skill easily with tips and content formulas. These formulas can be used for interviewing, storytelling, co-hosted and solo episodes...