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Podcasters' Roundtable

A rotating panel of guests who debate issues facing podcasters and podcasting as a media format. Each Roundtable features a new podcaster from the community of listeners to talk less about the how-to and more about the subjective issues facing podcast producers.
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Now displaying: March, 2013
Mar 30, 2013
What defines success in podcasting? Is it subscribers, downloads, website traffic, money or something else? Watch/listen to +Pat Flynn from the Smart Passive Income blog and podcast along with +Daniel J. Lewis  +David Jackson  and myself (Ray Ortega) discuss the concept of success as it applies to podcasting. Pat was a very successful blogger (numbers, money, recognition, etc.) before he ever started a podcast. We'll find out how starting a podcast has increased his own measure of success and learn how each podcaster on the Roundtable defines success in podcasting differently.  
Mar 6, 2013
How do you know when it's time to add another podcast to your lineup? We discuss some of the things to consider when thinking about starting another show as well as our opinions about when is the right time for adding a new podcast. You'll hear from experienced podcaster +Daniel J. Lewis about having multiple podcasts, podcaster +Mike Howard who has one show but has considered starting another, and +Chris Christensen, +Jim Collison and myself who all run successful multi-podcast brands. We'll also find out when starting a new podcast was a bad idea (the failures), the concerns a podcaster might have about starting another show, and feedback from the live audience about the good and bad of adding more than one show to your podcast workflow.
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