How Should You Celebrate Your Podcast Milestone?

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How Should You Celebrate Your Podcast Milestone?

Melanie from the Beer with an Engineer show likes to throw a party for her listeners

Brad from the Cinema Guys loves milestone shows – loves where people take small clips from past shows (or breaking format to do something special)

Terry Noorda from the Discovering America podcast brought his family on the show

Brian from Engaging Missions hasn’t really done any kind of special episodes

Kim from Toastmasters 101 is going to pass on anything special

Stuart from the Great Escape is going to have a special

Scott Johnson of the What was that like? show doesn’t do anything special and prefers to focus on the audience

Seth from Geekville Radio has done clip shows.

Thomas from Multiverse Tonight made a special graphics and is changing his format

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1 thought on “How Should You Celebrate Your Podcast Milestone?”

  1. Great episode, really love all of the ideas other podcasters are using to celebrate milestones! My podcast, Weird Darkness, doesn’t celebrate number of episodes because I post almost daily. So I decided to celebrate the anniversary of the show… which is every October. Last year I dedicated the whole month to raising money for depression and suicide prevention, raising over $2,000. And then the last day of the month, Halloween, I broadcast the podcast live on YouTube outside and told ghost stories as trick-or-treaters stopped by. I loved interacting with the kids, letting them say hello to my audience in the camera, etc. The unpredictable aspect made it a great night and I received a LOT of feedback from fans telling me how much they enjoyed it and hope I’ll do it again this coming October/Halloween.

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