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More Tips For Creating First Class Podcast

Posted on November 14, 2012 by Justine Curtis - My Virtual Assistant

3. Be suitably prepared. There is a fine line when podcasting between being too prepared, so you sound as though you are reading from a script, or being under prepared so you go off at a tangent and end up far afield of your topic. Try to create an outline of points that you want to make, and talk confidently about them.

4. Don’t try to cover too much. You can choose to cover one or two topics in depth, or a few more in less detail. But don’t try to go into lots of detail on lots of topics as you risk confusing your audience. If you have lots of information to get across, break the podcasts down into a series so your listeners have time to digest one lot of information, before moving on to the next.

Keep your eyes open next week for two more tips.

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