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We all know how important first and last impressions are. One of the problems with podcasting is that we often forget what sort of impression we're starting and ending with. Not because we're clueless, but because of the way podcasts are build.
Many podcasters haven't heard their bed music, canned intro, or canned outro since they were recorded months (if not years) ago. And that's potentially a problem.
In this short episode -- part 2 of a 4 part mini series called Know Your Podcast, Know Yourself -- you'll learn what not to do with your intro and outro, plus some "new hotness" trends that you might have missed.
And if you've not yet started your podcast, this episode will make sure you start your show with the right impression. (Though you'll want to revisit that in a year or so, right?)