This is an area that confuses many and is done well by few. The show notes you write depends upon what your podcast is for.
If your podcast is a passion project and your only presence online, that is you don’t have an associated website, Facebook page/group, instagram or pinterest accounts then your show notes really don’t need to be too detailed. If your show is part of a larger ecosystem then they probably should to be a little more detailed. Continue reading “Show Notes”
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.”
Let’s begin with a straw man, shall we?
The story circulated a few years back that the average commute in the US of A was, at the time 23 minutes. People listen to podcasts while commuting. Therefore the best length for a podcast was 23 minutes. Tad ah!
End of post, 23 minutes is the answer! Continue reading “How Long Should Your Podcast Be?”
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Continue reading “Calls to Action.”