Apr 9, 2007
People have asked me "Should I write down what to say on a podcast?" When they ask this they mean every word. This is NOT the way to go. I talk about a podcast that is the EXACT content I'm looking for and I CAN'T LISTEN as the podcaster is reading a book.
Most podcasts are one side of a two-way, time-shifted, conversation. Do you read what you are going to say when you call your Mom?
Instead, map out your ideas on note cards, or use software like Microsoft Word, or notepad, to make bullet points. This enables you to create the free flowing, natural sounding conversation based on the bullet point.
If you are looking for more interaction with your podcast, check out Six Pixels of the Separation podcast at http://www.twistimage.com/blog/
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