Did you know that most podcasters quit before they hit seven episodes? That's a pretty generous estimation, too. There are hundreds of thousands of shows out there, with ONE single published episode.
So, how do you avoid becoming another one of them?
Having a great topic that you’re passionate about is a start. But, struggling to do the work on a regular and sustainable basis leads to the downfall of many a grand podcasting plan.
From key talking points and important links, to timecodes of edits and calls to action, there’s so much to keep on top of and remember. Then, there’s always next week’s episode to consider…
The Podcast Host Planner doesn't get lost in a sea of logins, timelines, sidebars, feeds, and apps, all screaming for your attention. With it, you’re free to switch off your computer, put away your phone, and give your podcast some unbroken, undistracted one-on-one time.
It’ll give you superhuman powers when it comes to the outlining, execution, and delivery of your content. It’ll bring you peace of mind, knowing that nothing has been forgotten, overlooked, or poorly thought-out. It’ll help you show up for your listeners on a consistent basis. You'll always deliver value, bring your A-Game, move forward, and grow.
The only question left is: can you afford not to own one?
Why The Podcast Host Planner?
Plan your podcast, from your major aims and ambitions, to your individual episodes. The Podcast Host Planner has everything you'll need.
Keep track of in-episode Calls to Action, links, social handles, and edit points. The ‘Delivery' sections mean you'll never drop the ball again.
Regular reflection sections keep you focused on your big picture goals, and in a constant learning and growth mindset.
- A physical planner is an excellent prompt for motivation, inspiration, and productivity.
- Eliminate digital distractions from your podcast planning. There's no flashy sidebar in here!
- Our whirlwind ‘How to Start' guide will help get you set up, answering questions on everything from ideal episode length to formats and publishing.
- Set your big picture goals in the Podcasting Compass section. These will help guide you, going forward. You'll always be reminded of why you're doing this, and who you're doing it for.
- 52 episode templates set you up for a year's worth of podcasting, or more!
- Reflect on your first 7 episodes, then after each block of 5 episodes. What went well, and what can still be improved?
The Podcast Host is a podcast marketing hub for individuals and businesses who seek to nurture an audience, build trust, and grow revenue through their show or their products.
The website was founded in 2010 by Dr. Colin Gray, and has become an authority in the new media space through writing, podcasting, and broadcasting on anything that serves to create loyal and fanatical fans.