Today’s question comes from Josh (host of the NthCast podcast), and he wants to know the best way to make money from a show that covers a variety of topics and isn’t easily categorized or focused on a specific niche.
Today’s question comes from Brian, who is starting a podcast aimed at a very small niche. But that’s the problem. How do you gain traction and take advantage of traditional launch techniques when you’re target audience is so small?
Today’s question comes from Jason, who asks about hosting and statistics. We’re continuing our conversation from yesterday about how to host your podcast and what stats and metrics are important.
Today’s question comes from Justin, who asks about hosting. What’s the best way to host your MP3 files and your website?
Today’s question comes from Brendan, who wants to know how to make a podcast stand out from the crowd when there are so many people seemingly doing the same thing.
Today’s question comes from Pascale, who wants to know how I get “in the zone” when it’s time to record a podcast.
Today’s question comes from Sam, who wants to start a story-telling podcast, but is looking for help on the best way to prepare and find content.
Today’s question comes from Andy, who is struggling with content strategy. Specifically, if it’s better to define a very specific niche upfront, or just start podcasting and figure out that stuff later.
Today’s question comes from Lucrecer, who wants to know what I would do differently if I were starting all over with podcasting, but with the knowledge I have now.
Today’s question comes from Garrett, who asks about the difference between in-person interviews and Skype interviews, and which is better.