Make Sure Your Listeners Understand What You’re Saying
Chances are, more of your podcast listeners than you even realize care a great deal about proper grammar.
Your podcast represents you, and how you speak. You want your podcast listeners to understand what you’re saying, to think you’re bright and competent.
But your weak word choice might be raising eyebrows and red flags. With the incorrect word choice, people might not actually know what you’re trying to say.
Here are 6 words you think you’re using correctly in your podcast but you may not be...
Now's a good time to take another listen to your latest podcast episode and see how you are using your words. Do you have room to improve? Did you get your point across using the words you chose in that episode? Did you notice that you had to clarify your point more than one time?
As with anything you create, taking the time to speak grammatically correct as possible saves you time, and saves your listener time in understanding what points you are trying to convey.
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Brett Johnson is the owner and lead consultant at Circle270Media Podcast Consultants. With over 35+ years of experience in Marketing, Content Creation, Audio Production/Recording and Broadcasting, the podcast consultants at Circle270Media strategically bring these strengths together for their business Podcast clients.
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