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(By Richard Davies) Here’s my answer to the great burnout debate, which erupted this week in The Podcast Business Journal. If you’re feeling exhausted and overwhelmed, take a break.
Are you burned out on burnout yet? We've taken the burnout topic over to the radio side to get a feel for what they think about burning out. We want to thank you all for commenting and your lively participation in the discussion. It's certainly been fun and interesting. Up next we'll tackle the silliness of how the industry throws around that 700,000 number. Happy holiday weekend to everyone.
(By Traci Long DeForge) You’ve got podcasting questions, and PBJ‘s Traci Long DeForge is here to answer them. Traci is the founder of Produce Your Podcast. This week Traci answers questions about finding a co-host, keeping balance in your life, and getting paid for podcasting.
(By Carey Green) In order for your podcast to be considered a success, you have GOT to figure out how to get the specific people (your target market) to notice, listen to, and become ongoing fans of your show. Here's a formula that can help you make that happen.
Imagine if you loved NBA basketball and came up with a podcast idea that would allow you to get free tickets to games to cover them in your show. That's exactly what Ryan McNeill and Mike Silva did and they're loving every minute of it.
We want to thank Carrie Caulfield from Ya Ya Podcasting for taking the time to write a well-thought-out response to our column about burnout, which generated a lot of feedback. Some of you disagreed with the column, some agreed, others just got plain ugly and angry. Here's what Carrie had to say...