Main reason is to reach out and be the voice of my community. Our podcast, we only have one episode, is geared to our membership site for starters. We want them involved and we want them to feel like they are worth talking about. Eventually, of course, it will be a marketing tool for the broader audience. Currently, it is a continuation of our mission.
I completely understand. I recently interviewed about 8 podcasters as part of the research for this platform development. Interestingly enough, 100% of podcasters will leave a corporate job to run their shows full time, if they made the equivalent in earnings.
New feature. Now you can start a fully integrated blog to complement your podcast. This is great for additional engagement with your listeners. The blog can be used for: - Show notes - Break downs and deep dives - Share additional ideas and thoughts - Written interviews As a podcaster, it will help via SEO on google. Giving you a higher...
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I've spoken to quite a few podcasters recently and it's quite clear that we are very passionate about our niche areas of interest and storytelling.
Curious to know what is your ultimate motivation for launching and maintaining a podcast. It requires a lot of work, most of us don't make money but yet we still do it.
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Just wanted to shout out our podcast The Social Pub. My sister and I talk about our lives as siblings and ooo culture. We also try a new beer every episode. Check it out and let me know what you think.