Planning what to talk about on a podcast can be difficult at the best of times. But once you’re in the record-release cycle, how can you make time for new ideas? Here’s how you can avoid hitting Record without a plan.
If you prep and plan your episodes in advance, you'll cut your editing time down dramatically.
Mark and Brendan discuss Google's plans to bring podcast joy to Android users, and delve into friend-of-the-show Ma'ayan Plaut's comprehensive article on podcast feedback.
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Michelle Grant and Mark discuss shipping solo episodes on time, whilst keeping the joy in tact.
When starting a podcast, you have to be clear on what you’re making, who it’s for, and how it benefits listeners. It all starts with your Listener Story.
As we wind down for the year, let’s take a moment to look back on some of the best advice podcasters and other creatives have given us in 2021.
Whether you’ve made 6, 12, or 36 episodes in your first season, or you’ve just decided to take a break, now’s the perfect time to look back, see what’s worked and what hasn’t, and think about the next season… if you want to make one.