Show 025 Quick-Guide
- The baby’s here!!!
- Oh yes. The Podfading definition.
- We discuss Cliff Ravenscraft’s post on how many newpodcasts had already podfaded.
- Elsie’s dream: to interview podcasters that have podfaded.
- Pretty hardcore numbers on how many podcasters ‘podfade,’ provided by Elsie.
- Jessica breaks out iTunes again!
- Conclusion: podcasting is HARD. Ya.
- Podcasting is never ever. You are always launching.
- In order for you to get your podcast together it needs to align with your precise lifestyle.
- Jess’s confession about her dreams of podcast episodes in the can – not so much.
- Bottom line: you either have it in you to do the hard work or you do not.
- Elsie has in fact podfaded. She knows what’s up.
- Your podcast workflow with yourself OR with a co-host is a key to not podfading, in addition to making sure your are clear of what you can commit to.
- What you expect as a payoff and what you get as a payoff might be different.
- Downloads and PEOPLE are different. Just FYI.
- You don’t seep into your listeners life if you fade.
- One of the biggest pay-offs for Jessica is being "noticed’ a lot more.
- When you first start it feels super awkard regardless of how many courses you take and how many tutorials you do!
- OMG. A Jessica rant. Delicious. (listen at your own risk if you have stock questions for your podcast)
- When having the same questions for an interview format really works.
- Hints of how to get the answers that you’re looking for from an interview.
- We do a little chatting about how to interview Chris Brogan.
- What’s the answer that you are really looking for?
If you are considering podfading, what’s the scoop on why?
Links mentioned by Jess and Elsie!
- Cliff’s post on podfading
- The Tim Ferris Podcast
- Susan Bratton: Talk Show Tips
- The History Chicks minicast about Sybil Ludington
- Podcast Growth For the Holiday’s Workshop with Elsie
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