Wake up and smell the podcast musings! Each weekday morning I brew up a piping cup of hot-to-lukewarm takes on the latest goings on of the podcasting world. I prognosticate, get things wrong, get things right, and, when called for, give you the best podcast and podcasting advice I can muster.
Matt, a music-genre podcaster from Canada, has a question about what local podcasts. Specifically: what can creators of local podcasts do to grow and succeed. I think they can do quite a lot more than non-local podcasts.
I've been asked a question I'm completely unqualified to answer. It's about the blockchain, err... I guess we call it web3 now. Anyway, it's about stuff I don't really understand. Hopefully I do an okay job of answering it. If not, give me a pass would...
Today's question come from Paul and Dave. The first is a question about another podcast of mine and why I don't distribute it beyond Spotify and Apple Podcasts, and the second is about choosing a topic for a new podcast.
It's Monday! That means it's time for another #PodAudit. Want to submit your podcast for a PodAudit? Fill out the form at https://podcastingsucks.com/podaudit
Friend of the show Tiana (of the Next Door Villain podcast) has asked about getting podcasts featured on Apple Podcasts (and Stitcher and others) and I'm here to give her the best advice I can but, to be honest, it's fairly black and white.