As I mentioned in a previous post, starting is the key to podcasting. You don’t have to produce a three hour crystal clear episode with all the bells and whistles. Indeed, it is probably better not so do.
If you look at Mike Duncan’s History of Rome he started off with a couple of 11 minute episodes. As he got into his stride, episodes became longer but he started small. That means, for this post, he started. Continue reading “Starting – small is ok!”
What are you attempting to do with your podcast? Do you deliver value each and every episode? Will your listeners understand if you let them know you’re ending the show?
This is the sort thing that comes up after a few months of podcasting. The tech stuff is generally in hand by then. Indeed the stress levels are generally much lower after three months in the space. It is at about this time that content, the continual creation of content can become a question. Continue reading “Seasons, Continual Feed and Coming To The End.”