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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: June, 2013
Jun 23, 2013
Can a podcast niche be too small? How do you find an audience in a niche that isn't very big? Watch myself (Ray Ortega) along with +Daniel J. Lewis, +Cynthia Sanchez, +Jason Nagy, +Joseph Polk, and +Peter Lamb talk about podcasting to a small niche and how to find your audience when the potential pool of listeners for your topic isn't that large.
Jun 5, 2013
Ever receive a negative comment regarding your podcast? How did it feel? How did you respond? Certainly, if you've been podcasting for any significant amount of time there's no doubt that indeed you've received a negative iTunes review, a "bad" comment on your website or a disparaging remark on your podcast's Facebook page. Perhaps it happened after your first episode! As podcasters we put our content and ourselves out into the world for anyone to see, hear and comment on. This inevitability means someone isn't going to like what you say, how you say it or misinterpret your meaning and share their dislike with the world. And in some cases they might be right. But how do you deal with it? On this Round, myself (Ray Ortega), +Daniel J. Lewis +David Jackson +Max Flight, +Robert Chazz Chute, +Erik Fisher, and +Gary Fawcett discuss the negative feedback we've received over our years of podcasting and what we did about it. And trust me, we didn't always make the right decision. How do you deal with negative comments about your podcast? Share your experiences below in the comments as you watch along. Links mentioned on this Round: CommentCast - "International iTunes review collector. Shrinking the world of iTunes store reviews"
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