Learn how Hannah Barg and Noa Fleischacker produce their narrative podcast Tight Lipped, a storytelling podcast about female chronic pain.
Podcast interviews are hugely popular, and a win/win for hosts, guests, and listeners. But what makes them so popular, and is interviewing the right strategy for you?
Today’s guest Angie Trueblood is a visibility strategist and the host of “Go Pitch Yourself.” She’s sent over 1,000 pitches (!!) mostly on behalf of her clients, so she’s an absolute pro when it comes to being a podcast guest, pitching hosts, and even being an interviewer as a host herself.
Choosing your podcast format will set the vibe of your show for listeners right from the start. But wait, what are we talking about here? What’s a podcast format anyway? Your podcast format explains how many voices are on your show, as well as their purpose. Sometimes there’s only one voice carrying the entire episodes. […]
Seven years ago, Andy & John started The Purple Rock Survivor Podcast after meeting each other in an online forum. In today’s episode, they take us behind the scenes on their production process – which includes a team of 4-6 people per episode – and share why it’s so important for podcasters to have a point of view.
Are you and a co-host ready to start podcasting? It’s one of my personal favorite podcast formats, but before you take the leap, you’ll want to make sure you’re both on the same page.
So in this episode, I’m thrilled to have my Book Smart co-host Em Hammel-Shaver join me to talk about our co-hosting experience and insights. It’s a fun one!
This episode is part of Wit & Wire’s 5-part spotlight series on podcast formats. Your podcast format explains how many voices are on your show, as well as their purpose.
In this episode, I’m kicking off the series with a solo episode to celebrate the Solo format. [Part 1 of 5.]