(By Dave Jackson) I got an email from someone who had been podcasting for two years. In the email (and I’m paraphrasing) it basically had these points...
I was recently on a call with a client who asked about Gen Z and podcasting. Since I've been teaching college freshman podcasting for 9 years, I know quite a bit of anecdotal information...
(By Traci DeForge) A good podcast close is like a hug that says see you soon. The close of your show should leave a lasting impression. It’s a way to make sure your listeners are going to tune in for the next episode.
It's been a crazy time for sure. Podcast listening is up, podcast listening is down. Who cares really? Most of us are still side hustling to put out great content no matter what. Here's Traci answering three of your most asked questions about podcating during a pandenic.
(By Traci DeForge) The old saying goes, “You get one chance to make a first impression.” What can a first impression tell us about anyone? Fifty-five percent of first impressions are made with visual impact. What makes up the other 45 percent? It's all about the audio.
(By Dave Jackson) As I write this we are all a little stressed out as we self-quarantine ourselves. Podcasting can have its challenges, and I want to share some strategies to help you keep your sanity.
(By Traci Long DeForge) You’ve got podcasting questions, and Traci Long DeForge is here to answer them. Traci is the founder of Produce Your Podcast and a member of the PBJ Editorial Board. This week Traci answers questions on all things sponsorship.
Keynote speaker, Wondery’s founder and CEO Hernan Lopez, announced the new Podcast Academy, which will introduce the equivalent of the Oscars and Emmys for podcasting.
(By Traci Long DeForge) You’ve got podcasting questions, and Traci Long DeForge is here to answer them. Today’s BIG questions are focused on how websites are beneficial for growing your audience.
(By Matty Staudt) I have gotten to see, and give some guidance to, some folks who have entered the space unprepared. I present to you, five things to avoid when starting a podcast company.