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So You Want to Start a Podcast Series: Week 3

December 21, 2020

Welcome back to our third and final week of, So You Want to Start a Podcast Series.

The last two weeks, we have dived into creating a podcast, but not just any podcast, a successful podcast week.

Week one we talked about establishing a basic and not so basic foundation, kind of the things that most potential podcasters miss when they’re thinking about starting their podcast, I walked you through some questions to ask yourself, how to identify your why, and your ideal listener, how to figure out what your podcast should be about,  how it can serve that ideal listener and how it can do that.

And then last week , week two, we dove into all things technical. We discussed hosting accounts, submitting to directories, and  the five components you need in order to do that.

If you have not yet listened to week one or week two in this series, I would highly recommend going back, starting at the beginning and working your way through it.

If you’re a current podcaster thinking this episode isn’t for you, I’d encourage you to stay and listen. It’s never a bad idea to go back over this stuff, it is really great information.

Today we’re going to be walking through editing, launching your show, and next steps. The now what do I do? My show is launched. How do I get a good work workflow?  We’re covering it all today. It’s going to be a lot of ground, but we can do it. I have faith in us.

 


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