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Podcasting Tips Daily is now going multi-format: Available as a Podcast, an Alexa Flash Briefing Skill and as a video on Facebook and InstagramTV…
This episode is a strange question however an important one to consider when starting podcast. Should I use audio or video?
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This podcast is created by Chris Huskins.
Hey there, welcome to today’s podcasting tip. Today we are going to cover a question we should all ask, and it’s a bit of a weird one from a podcasting point of view but when you are starting; should I do audio or video?
Now this show is actually available as both: as audio on the podcast and alexa flash briefing skill but also as video on facebook and Instagram tv… but it didn’t start out that way. It was a podcast long before a video…
It’s a short and sweet one today and an unlikely question to ask yourself when podcasts are notoriously audio based. However, you should always ask yourself; does my content lend itself better to audio or video?
And I don’t like this word but it’s out there maybe a vodcast would suit you or a vlog alongside the podcast for certain episodes. Think about it carefully though; when will your audience normally listen? Will they be able to login to check the video? Just remember the pros of audio and what makes podcasts so powerful… it allows your target audience to consume whilst driving, running, vacuuming, walking — just to name a few things. And that’s kind of the brilliance of podcasts.
That’s it for our quick Podcasting tip, thanks for catching up. Don’t forget you can get this as a podcast, alexa skill or by video by following me Chris Huskins on Facebook or Instagram TV.
If you want more consistent help with planning, building and growing a podcast you will love, check out podtips.pro, the membership site for podcasters.