Different listeners have different needs. Here’s a guide to help you understand their interests and adjust your content accordingly depending on your target audience.
This topic checklist consists of 6 steps that you can take to establish your podcast topic. Answering these questions will help you to not only evaluate your own understanding of your topic, but also its potential effectiveness and relatability for your audience.
With so many channels to choose from, figuring out the most effective option for sharing your message with your audience can be overwhelming. In this 3 step guide, you’ll learn how to choose the most effective channel to share your message.
We’ve compiled a list of questions that focus on finding partnerships (within and outside of your institution) that will challenge yourself as a creator and your audience as listeners.
Podcast consistency has two parts: establishing a fixed schedule for releasing content and ensuring that all content is high quality. We’ve put together a list of questions that will help you work towards a combination of both quantity and quality—achieving both is typically necessary for creating a successful podcast.
The best way to understand an audience is to think like them. What habits do successful podcast creators have that resonate with audiences? What are the shared interests that link creators to their audiences? How do podcast listeners determine whether or not a creator’s content is worth their time? And worth the time of others? Asking questions like these can help you evaluate your own podcast from a potential superfan’s point of view.
Podcasters who incorporate diversity within their podcasts will face three challenges: inclusivity, sensitivity, and accuracy.
Here is a list of questions to ask to ensure that your podcast is inclusive, sensitive, and accurate when incorporating diversity.
We’ve come up with a list of questions to ask as you plan for your show’s development after going viral. Examination of podcast metrics and social media analytics, maintaining a presence on various channels, releasing consistent content in the days and weeks following virality and interacting with audiences can help podcasters keep the attention of a new, wider audience.