How to plan your podcast and re-purpose your content with great scripting
This is Chapter 3 of our Content Stacking series. Find the introduction here. Alright, it’s not sexy, but we need to talk about the structure of your content. By that, I mean how you put together the meat of it, how you organise the topic, and how you guide your listeners through it. This isn’t about
Here, we’ll cover how to figure out what to write, and how to get the most from the topic! That means finding the questions people are searching for, and then creating an answer in the best possible way.
Make regular content more easily, while still keeping the quality sky-high, with this content stacking series.
The universe is filled with stories. We simply learn new ways of telling them as we go. And what this book – Out on the Wire– does in that respect is genius. The Premise Jessica Abel knew was recruited by USA radio host Ira Glass to document the making of his show, This American Life. Since
Last year I had the privilege to speak in front of a great crowd at New Media Europe about podcasting in seasons. The reception I received on the topic was amazing and, even now, I’m tagged regularly on social media by people who are putting it into action. I talked about how the format works, and how it
This week, we’re covering something that I talk about a lot: How do we create excellent, useful content on a consistent basis without killing ourselves? This is a really big question. Committing to a content calendar is like jumping on a treadmill, promising to start releasing valuable work, week in, week out, without end. But,
When it comes to Podcasting, there are as many ways to go about it as there are stars in the sky. And, if you’ve every tried to learn a touch of theoretical cosmology, then you’ll know they’re almost as hard to figure out! Today I’m going to try to demystify the world of the format,
A blank page to a writer or an empty canvas to an artist can be daunting. Where do you begin? How do you start? The same questions probably strike you when you’re considering your next podcast episode. Producing an individual podcast or an entire series isn’t easy. But being a better podcast planner and an
Learn about crafting hooks and taglines to make your podcast copy more engaging.