There are so many ways to get stuck when starting a podcast. Whether it’s the tech or the format, I see people getting stuck all the time. Do this one thing to avoid the potholes and wrong turns.
As podcasters, we create experiences and the space for community. Listen to discover what my family’s experience with Frozen II can teach us about our podcasts (it’s good news).
As a podcast editor, I have tried and sometimes use a lot of plugins. Today I’m sharing one plugin that I use almost every time.
Every time we decide to do something, there’s something else we’re not doing. If we’re really going to count the cost, we need to count opportunity cost. Here’s what it cost me.
Whether you’re a hobby podcaster, a passion podcaster, or a business podcaster, there’s something you want to see happen because of your podcast. Today we’re talking about podcasting wins.
If you’re new to podcasting, you’ve probably notice that there is a LOT of jargon. Listen to discover what 5 common terms mean in plain English.
We don’t always know the end of a path when we take the first step. In my case, I didn’t even know what was around the bend when I started my podcast. Here’s what’s surprised me.
Sometimes, even with careful planning, you might run out of ideas for your podcast. Here are some suggestions that might help you find new ideas so you can keep serving your audience.
Creating a podcast is hard work. It’s a labor of love that requires A LOT and podcasters are special people. Today I’m going to share three things I hate to see podcasters go through.
When it comes to podcasting, we are passionate about our opinions and we like to talk about it. But let’s not forget that there’s a middle ground too.