Aug 23, 2015
It's a hot topic right now.
A lot of the "learn to podcast" guys say
that everybody should have a podcast. That's not
true. Podcasting is not for everybody.
Is podcasting for you?
That's the topic of this episode of RED Podcast...
- Two reasons why radio was the only game in town (until
- How I got on broadcast radio (and why you might want to skip
trying to do the same thing)
- If you don't have "radio" experience, two things you can do to
become a great podcast host
- Why people aren't listening to radio anymore
- A business lesson from radio -- this will apply to you even if
you don't have a podcast (or never start one)
- What put podcasting on the map
- The two things you need to commit to in order to have a
- How radio affects podcasts
- Starting a podcast for around $60
- The biggest challenge you'll face as a podcaster -- this
affects even experienced (and popular) podcasters
- A podcasting lesson from book authors
- What dedication to a podcast looks like (you'll need to do
- Why audio is the podcast format of choice (and good reasons not
to bother with video at all)
- The truth about how many listeners you need to have a
- Competition in podcasting -- why it's good for new
- How the iPhone (not the iPod) introduced podcasting to the
- Is podcasting for you?
- The "Ashley Madison" rule of podcasting
- Starting a podcast for only $60
- How to become a great podcast host
- Why most podcast hosts suck
- The reason this episode of RED Podcast is late...
- A good reason to not even considering doing video podcasts
- How to handle fans of you podcast
- Can you really make money at
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