Month: May 2017

When you start a podcast, you’ll find that your fans, your crew and even you will form certain expectations of it. Everyone will get to know what your topics revolve around, what the show’s strengths and weaknesses are, basic format and length of each episode, and more. Those expectations will also include WHEN your show will […]

At some point in your podcast career, you may entertain the notion of monetization — even if you’re only podcasting “as a hobby.” (By the way… the hobby of podcasting is still quite a bit of work!) Before I get into the nuts and bolts, please know that I don’t subscribe to one form of advertising […]