Where plenty of podcasts about podcasting (PAPs) tell you what to do, Podcast Pontifications what to think about in podcasting. These daily, insightful forward-looking episodes have one central tenet: Podcasting needs to be made better, not just easier.
Designed for the working podcaster, these short-form episodes get you thinking about the future of podcasting and how you can better prepare yourself -- and your shows -- for the future. The goal is simple: help you develop critical thinking skills needed to make the best future-proofed podcast you can with the tools of today. Plus a few sneak previews of what might be coming tomorrow.
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Temper Your Harsh Critic By Looking For A Podcast's Best Trick
As podcasters, when we listen to another podcast, do our thoughts automatically go right to those things that are not quite right, or could be better? Yeah, well, maybe that's not what we should be thinking.
3 Easy Steps To Increase The Global Appeal Of Your Local Podcast
Chances are, your podcast has both local listeners and global listeners, though you probably only speak to one of those groups. Here’s how to make your podcast more approachable to all of your listeners, regardless of location.
Getting Your Podcast Unstuck With The Three I’s
As podcasting grows and becomes more mainstream, only a select few are really getting all the headlines and big bucks, so what can the rest of us do to stand out and get noticed? Well, it all comes down to one thing…the idea.
Podcasting At Its Best Is Give & Take
The podcaster/listener relationship is give and take. But that’s not a one-way street. Both podcasters and listeners are rewarded when podcasters take from their audience just as much as they give.
Why PINOs - Podcasters In Name Only - Own The Future
As technology progresses, it’s creatives with the least amount of classic podcasting skills who are leading the way, eclipsing the accomplishments of those of us who can hand-code RSS feeds.
A Podcaster's Work Is Never Done... Until They're Done
Begin with the end in mind is good advice for podcasters, as there’s always something more to tweak. But are you willing to face the logical conclusion of this statement where you end podcasting?