30 March 2022
In this episode, Dan and Mary reflect on many of the learnings that have come from the podcast so far, including some frequently asked questions such as building and targeting an audience, the practicalities, and some of the trade-offs involved like time, depth, breadth.
They go behind the scenes on the process involved in putting out the podcast each week and talk about some potential directions in the future of audio content. If you’re a fan of podcasting, you will find this interesting – we get a lot of these sorts of questions when we speak to longtime listeners, so it was great to be able to answer them.
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What's one thing to take away
- Mary: You don’t have to be an expert to be a podcast host.
- Dan: Form a theory of who your audience are, what they like, and try to deliver consistently.
The most underappreciated thing about podcasting?
- Mary: The thought process of what the next episode is and how to structure the conversation.
- Dan: It’s really challenging to edit a long recording down to a much shorter episode. And overall, how fun and rewarding it is!
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