Happy Thursday! I have something cool to share that I think you’ll like.
Based on the success of my fortnightly webinars, I wanted to make the video replays – along with lots more stuff – accessible to those who don’t need to know how to start a podcast. 🙂
So as of today, Podcode+ now starts at just $5 a month. For that, you get webinar replays along with other exclusive videos, ebooks, our community space, the chance to have your work shouted out in the newsletter, and loads more. (I made an announcement in yesterday’s webinar that, if you’re an indie podcaster, you absolutely need to hear.)
Even if you don’t want all of that, it’s a way you can show your support for the work I do.
So, here’s a rundown of how you can use Notion to improve your workflow. Check the replay above for the full hour-long masterclass. In summary, Notion lets you
💥 Track your production pipeline, kanban style
⤴️ Embed players and audiograms
🗞 Create a press kit
👯 Share pages with collaborators
⏱ Reduce repetition by creating templates
🧵 Check my Twitter thread for more info
A few people have asked for a Notion template, which I’ll be happy to share with the Podcode+ community.
So, that’s your lot. I regularly check the web for good podcasting articles to help you do your best work, but nothing really made the cut this week… apart from Arielle Nissenblatt’s great thread on working with guests, and setting your own expectations on them sharing their appearance on your show.
Just to wrap up on the Podcode School thing, if you joined Podcode+ before today, you’ve been auto-upgraded to School membership. If you have any questions about that, you know where to find me.
Enjoy the rest of your week, and we’ll chat again next Thursday.