What To Do During Your Podcast's Season Break [Episode 310]
I am a huge fan of breaking your podcasting efforts into seasons. And to be clear, I’m also a fan of taking long breaks between seasons. Not all of my fellow podcasting pundits agree. Many adopt the position that podcasting is akin to blogging and that new episodes should keep coming out on schedule. To them, I say: Hey, you do you.
Me? I like breaks.
if you’re like me and are looking for a little guidance to direct some of your chill-time activities, I have just the thing. Or ten things, rather. These are in no particular order. And if they seem a little Evo-centric, there’s a reason for that. You’ll see at the end.
Spend some quality time with Google Search Console.
Hire a professional to help with the branding of your show.
Replenish the content well.
Put out bonus episodes.
Lock-in guest appearances for yourself.
Upgrade your equipment.
Upgrade your software.
Gain some perspective and relax.
How practical is this list? Uber practical. So much, in fact, that I’m calling an end to Season 2 of Podcast Pontifications. Effective right now, I’m on break. Woot!
Season 3 of Podcast Pontifications will begin sometime after my birthday, which is in June. I had planned on taking a break the entire month of June, but decided to advance those plans. The ideas I listed out seemed too compelling not to start right away.
So keep your eyes on PodcastPontifications.com. Lots of back-episodes and articles if this is your first introduction to my show. I have 310 episodes to keep you full of ideas. Lots of changes coming to the site in the next few weeks that I’m excited to get started.
In the meantime, be safe, stay well, and I shall be back soon with season three of Podcast Pontifications.