The next big thing in podcasting is daily podcasting. Which shows how history likes to repeat/rhyme because one of the first podcasts ever was a daily show.
But with so many newspapers, magazines, and other sorts of "publishers" jumping in the podcasting space, there's a growing hunger among listeners for more frequently produced content.
In this short episode, I'll walk through some considerations you might take before deciding to increase your publishing cadence. Sure, new listeners might be expecting more content. But what about the existing listener experience?
Also: moving to daily requires more and different work. It's quite possible the routines you've established for your show aren't what's needed to keep a daily program running.
Listen in to find out if you should make the jump -- or maybe start a new daily show?
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