Steve Skilling and his team have formally launched something we in the “podcast editing world” have been waiting on for a long time. A battery powered, easily mounted, recording sign that works, isn’t gaudy, and doesn’t suck.
This thing is awesome, really.
The BusyBox is a customizable display sign that can be easily and non-invasively attached to your door, wall, or space ship (if you want… if you have one). Finally you can let people know you’re recording (or studying or streaming or whatever) in a way that isn’t a piece of paper you’ve taped to your office/studio/bedroom door.
In my previous post I talked about a $5 a day Facebook Ad strategy for growing your podcast audience. I’d like to share some results with you.
We launched The Myths, Folklore, and Fairytales Podcast a few weeks ago. We had zero subscribers and we launched with two episodes. We had three strategies to grow the audience:
It’s probably due to the lockdown, but I’ve seen so much bad advice floating around [the various podcasting advice outlets] that I’m beginning to think everyone is a charlatan guru. If you’re looking to create a successful, non-corporate podcast and you need advice, this is the only article you’ll ever need to read on the matter. Let’s get down to basics and brass tacks.