1:15 – A podcast can take between 20-30 hours a week to produce.
3:20 – Albert Burdge has a team working on his podcast.
12:20 – Podcasts are a major commitment
17:15 – Great interviews happen through listening.
20:00 – It's okay if someone else has the same podcast you're doing, just develop your own spin to it.
21:01 – Should you edit your own stuff?
24:30 – Using video during an audio interview helps understand the guest a lot better.
27:50 – How can we keep the interviews process natural?
30:40 – Standing while you're doing an interview can help boost your energy levels for your show.
35:20 – Getting started is the most important step. Try not to get bogged down by the details.
37:20 – Are podcasters making money?
38:25 – Be careful who you're taking advice from.
44:30 – Jason Hartman has always outsourced the editing part of his shows.
48:40 – Some podcasters simply can't afford to outsource their podcast.
52:40 – Time is the most valuable resource we have, so what's important to you?
55:30 – Podcasts are a ton of work to create.
60:20 – Despite the hard work, you can still do it yourself.
“This is not a month or 6 month commitment, this is at least a 2 year commitment to get the show up and running.”
“Listen to people who have what you want, have done what you want to do, and have been where you are.”
“A great podcaster is somebody who's behind the mic delivering great content and engaging with their audience. That's a podcaster.”
Mentioned In This Episode:
Liz Covart – Ben Franklin's World | Toby Lyles - http://twentyfoursound.com/ | Albert and Heather Burdge – Quantum Leap | Alisa DiLorenzo – ONE Extraordinary Marriage | 99% Invisible | Harry Duran – Podcast Junkies | David Hooper – RED podcast. | Jeff Brown – Read to Lead | Phillip Swindall – The Podcasters | Jason Hartman – Hartman Media | https://slack.com/ | https://auphonic.com/ | Darrell Darnell – Pro Podcast Solutions | Alex Goldman – Reply All