7 Tips for Podcasting Easier (for the D.I.Y. Rock Star)
This post is an amalgamated condensation of episode 173 “Why should you have a podcast (for the D.I.Y. Rock Star)?” (https://bit.ly/Ep173podcastvid) and episode 176 “6 Tips for How to Podcast Better (for the D.I.Y. Rock Star)” (video: http://bit.ly/Ep176podcastbettervid and podcast: http://bit.ly/Ep176podcastbetterpod ).
Yeah, we know….
As D.I.Y. Rock Stars, we’ve got quite a lot to juggle already; why would you want to ADD podcasting to the pile? We felt the very same way, back in 2017, when we started trying to formally build a creative empire. We had a YouTube channel that we were just posting live performance videos on. We had just started a blog and were trying to figure out the type of content that we wanted to share there. Oh, and we had our music website. We had this idea that we wanted to share with people the kinds of conversations—on the couch and nearly every weekend—that we have amongst ourselves with the rest of the world. It hit us then, that one of the most effective ways to deliver this kind of content was through having our own podcast.
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We like podcasts, because depending on what mood you’re in, you can almost find something to listen to as you’re doing something else—which, OF COURSE—is our jam! —Anytime we get a chance to do two or more things at once and be pretty effective with it