Once a topic is selected, share with JJM the angle/approach which you would like to address the discussion. Often, doing a podcast in conjunction with a blog post on the same topic works well. Write the blog first and then cover the salient points in a podcast afterwards.
Curious? Let's listen to some examples.
JJM Produced Client Podcasts
Podcasting: It's easier than you think.
The nice thing about recording a podcast is it doesn’t take too much time or require much preparation, but the results are a relatively easy value add of creative content.
The key is to pick a topic that you are comfortable with, interested in, and ready to talk about. The nice thing is that podcasts are meant to be a little informal, off the cuff, and natural – alleviating the presumed need for perfection or pristine eloquence. The more yourself you are, the better it will sound.
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