What does it take to put a podcast show together? What are the emerging trends for podcasting? And, what tools and work flow do you need to make your show happen?
This is episode #50 of the Ideas Architect podcast. Yeehar! And, given it’s a milestone issue we thought it would be a good chance to share what we’ve learnt over the past year about publishing a podcast show.
If you’re a regular listener it will give you a peek behind the curtain as to how the show is put together.
If you’re looking to create your own podcast show it will give you a few clues and raise some questions for making your show happen.
In this Podcast Episode
In this podcast episode we talk about:
- Measuring success – did I achieve my goals or not? We share our results for the first 50 episodes.
- The biggest challenge and lesson from creating a podcast
- What does it take to be a great interviewer?
- Work flow and production tips for putting your podcast together
- How long does it take to put an episode together?
- The tools I use to create the Ideas Architect podcast
- The structure I use for each show
- The essential way to learn how to improve your show
- Several different ways to create content for your podcast
- We answer the perennial question: How long should your podcast episodes be?
- Emerging Trends – the rise of the Q&A podcast as a way to engage your community
- What’s next for the Ideas Architect podcast?
Other Podcast Shows
- Mitch Joel, Twist Image Podcast – great interviews
- 99% Invisible Podcast – great production and storytelling
- John Lee Dumas, Entrepreneur on Fire Podcast – daily show
- Mark Sisson, Primal Blueprint Podcast – repurposing blog posts
- Pat Flynn, Ask Pat Podcast – Q&A show
- Gary Vaynerchuk, Ask Gary Vee Podcast – Q&A show
- Zoom H2N Audio Recorder
- Skype Call Recorder
- Audacity – Open Source Audio Editing Software for Mac and PC
- Auphonic – Audio Post Production
- LibSyn – Podcast Hosting