Starting a podcast is not hard. Starting a GOOD podcast takes time, dedication, talent, etc and today I asked my audience, "What is the biggest pain in starting and creating a podcast." Here is what they answered:Your Biggest Pain in Podcasting
01:23 Thanks to everyone who contributed
Positioning My Podcast - from Timothy of kdoipodcasting.com
Running Out of Content - Chris Nesi from the House of Ed Tech
Scheduling - Todd from the Trucker Dump
The Abundance of Choice - Stephanie from the Virtual Ex-Pats
Mouth Noises - Moxie Your Brain On Facts
Thumbnails - Bandrew from the Bandrew Says
Show Notes - Matt from the Author Inside You
Show Notes - Seth from Geekville Radio
Running Out of Content - Dave Logical Weight LossQuestion of the Month
How do you celebrate a milestone episode? I need your answer by June 22, 2019. Go to www.schoolofpodcasting.com/contactBecause of My Podcast I Was Hired For an Event
Jas from Giving Up The Ghost podcast was asked to do a live recording of Ghost Stories at an AKIA store for a private sleepover party after only four episodes!
Here is the description of their show:
Podcasting LIVE from one of the MOST haunted cities located DEAD center in North America - Winnipeg, MB Canada. Join us as we explore the unknown! Welcome to Giving Up The Ghost Each week we will cover, explore and share our research of unexplained paranormal phenomena in Winnipeg and surrounding areas! Join your AudioCurators Jas and Sherrie as they discover the dark side of local history, Urban legends and their haunting origins as well as everything that goes bump in the night. Are you afraid of the dark? well, you should be.
For more information on Sherrie’s Art and Gallery please view her talent at https://www.facebook.com/ChicAndTique/ For more information on Jas’s publications and fiction writing, please visit her website www.jnflamand.com and her FB page https://www.facebook.com/jnflamand/The Memory of Creating a Podcast Will Be With You Forever
When you start a podcast it will change your life for better or worse, and you won't be able to take it away. I recently drove 12 hours in a car with my brother and sister-in-law to see my cousin's oldest child graduate from High School. Yes, 24 hours (round trip) in a car is not a great time, but it is a memory I have with my family that we will always have. To have that memory I had to say Yes to taking the trip.Let Me Help You Start Your Podcast
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Episode 400 of the School of Podcasting
Gordon Firemark episode about Podcast Trademarks
Terry Gross book "All I Did Was Ask"
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