How do you prepare for a podcast interview? What makes a good podcast interview? In a perfect world, you would be asked a straightforward question, and you’d give the answer that was expected of you. And most of the time, interviews on podcasts, radio or TV can be just as you imagined, or even better. […]
Podcasting 101: Strategies On How To Start A Podcast: Archives—Psychotactics
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- A Tiny Little Time-Saving Secret When Starting An Interview Podcast
- 3 Incredibly Good Reasons To Start With An Interview Podcast
- How To Quickly Find Outstanding Interview Guests For Your Podcast
- Interview Podcast: What To Send Your Potential Interviewees
- Planning Podcast Interviews? How Do You Structure The Interview?
- How To Do Incredibly Quick Research On Your Podcast Guests
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If you’re going to start a podcast, there’s a pretty good chance you’ve been stumped with the issue of research. It’s quite one thing if you’re conducting a podcast interview based on the interviewee’s book or course, but what if the research involves something about their life? I thought I had a great idea by heading off to […]
Have you ever watched the way professionals structure their interview on TV? That’s akin to how you should be planning your podcast interview as well. A podcast interview can be super-interesting, or super-boring for the interviewee. While you may not consider yourself to be a professional right this moment, your planning is going to tell right from the […]
The most intimidating part of starting an interview podcast isn’t the podcast itself. It’s the issue of reaching out to potential interviewees for your podcast. More importantly, your goal is to get the big names in the business, because let’s face it, who listens to small fry? And this is a primary mistake. Almost everyone starts out as […]
Finding interview guests for your podcast almost seems like finding guests for your party. If you already know a lot of people, you don’t have much of a problem. It’s when you don’t know a lot of people that you really have a problem. And back in 2003-ish, when I first tried to do interviews, I didn’t know […]
Almost the day you want to start a podcast you get stuck with an important strategic decision. Should you do an interview-based podcast or should you create your own content? Most aspiring podcasters don’t think about this decision too much. They instinctively know the interview podcast is a more expedient choice. It’s hard enough to turn out 500 words on a […]
Back in 2004, I was pretty good at cartooning and pretty average at marketing. And podcasts, let alone interview podcasts, barely existed. So how do you get more knowledge and how do you get yourself known? You can do podcast interviews. In my case, the interviews were to fill a need. I’d just started a membership site called 5000bc and […]
Here’s a really bad podcasting strategy Start your podcast, then get quite a few listeners, and stop podcasting. If it sounds really weird, that’s exactly what we did at Psychotactics. Back in 2006 or so, I started a podcast and it was nothing more than reading out the articles that I had on my website. There was no strategy. Still, […]