On your next podcast, will you follow a trend and take your fair share? Or do you have an idea that’s never or barely been tried before? Both have their rewards and challenges, so which is right for you?
Comparatively speaking, podcasting has been one of the slower-growing mediums for mass adoption. What we need is a big, bold PR push to spread the message of podcasting even wider. But would that work?
If we’re to advance podcasting, we have to lose the “been there, done that” mentality. A reimagining of what podcasting can be is underway, and it needs the help of podcasters like you if it’s to succeed.
Sometimes, we just need a change in our podcast, either subtle or fundamental. But one thing remains the same. Us. What do we do when some aspects of our personality just aren’t perfect for podcasting?
Awards ceremonies serve a few different audiences. The industry itself, the audience of that industry, and also those on the outside looking in. Are podcasting awards serving all three audiences equally?
How are podcasters supposed to embrace “Consistency is key!” when everything about podcasting keeps changing? It’s no easy task. But if you approach change systematically, you can make it work for you.