Today we talk about creating great content that people will share, and take a slightly deeper dive into the topic by looking at WTF by Marc Maron. When I reverse engineered the content I consumed, I noticed that no matter if its a book, magazine, TV show, or movie, whatever I'm consuming: Made me laugh...
People are getting into podcasting with unrealistic expecations. They think they can start a podcast and quit their job in six months and this is just unrealistic. But what can you expect?
Every year I ask what is your favorite podcast, and more importantly WHY is it your favorite. The answers give exposure to you and the other shows, as we get a glimpse into what builds listener loyalty.
There are 800,000 podcasts in Apple podcasts. That leads some people to think that it's too late to start a podcast but I explain how that pales in comparison to other platforms. Podcast is still the best place to get noticed.
You may have the best content, but if you can't get people's attention the world may never know. Today I share the story of my nine-year-old niece and why she got so excited about a toy that belongs in a museum.
Dave looks back (a little ) at the 700 episodes that he has put together. He then launches into the ultimate podcast lightning round. 54 questions in 26 minutes.