Podcastification - podcasting tips, podcast tricks, how to podcast better
About This Show
Podcastificating the world, one listener at a time. Podcastification is a fun look at podcasting, its challenges and triumphs, and the tech, tips & tricks, and news stories that impact the world of everyday podcasters like you and me. I’m a regular guy who’s been swept up in the podcastificating world of podcasting. I’ve build a business to support podcasters and content providers and love passing along my hard-learned lessons about podcasting, production, and editing, as well as my take on the technology that’s available and the news that’s affecting the podcasting space. Short episodes. Fun episodes. Very sparsely populated with interviews here and there. Let me know what you think. I’d love your rating and review. And if you need help with your podcast production, show notes, etc. – my team is here to help. www.PodcastFastTrack.com.
Most Recent Episode
I’m The Poster Child of Terrible Podcast Episodes… But You Knew That, Didn’t You? [Ep 72]
Subscribe to Podcastification | Contact the PFT Team Share your enthusiasm… and make me feel really good at the same time! Talk about a TERRIBLE PODCAST EPISODE - episode 70 of this podcast was it…. And it had NOTHING to do with my guest, Dave Jackson. Dave was incredible (as always). It had to do with the EPIC FAIL I did on the edits for that episode. You may not be aware of the fail at this point (I’ve since replaced it). :) But in the resources for this episode I’ve linked to it - so you can hear just how bad a terrible podcast episode can be! But I also want you to learn from my mistakes. The episode was so terrible because of one simple thing: I stepped away from my normal podcast production process. I was in a hurry. I was already feeling a bit impatient with the time it was taking me to finish up my edits and write my show notes. I wasn’t in good place, mentally. And it was in the midst of that messed up mindset that I made the conscious decision to produce a terrible podcast episode. No, I didn’t think of it that way at the time - you never do! But shortcuts lead to flub-ups - as I’ve so aptly demonstrated. I can’t say it enough - to you and to myself - stick with your process, no matter how long it takes. The process you’ve devised is there for a reason, to keep you from producing terrible podcast episodes. If I had simply ignored the negative, lazy, impatient voices in my head and pressed on, this episode of the podcast would never have been necessary. BUT - I trust that God had something good to come out of it, which means this episode of the podcast is likely EXACTLY what you needed to hear (and what I need to be reminded of). Isn’t that a cool way to think of it? OK, enough of my blather and drivel… go ahead and listen. Here’s a rough outline of the terrible podcast episode [1:32] The terrible podcast I produced (and how it got past me) [3:05] What should you do when you discover your podcast episodes are messed up? [5:09] Mist