Here's the Recap:
As I continue with my goal of tracking down veteran podcasters, it was inevitable that I would have Dave on the show. Not only does he LOVE podcasting, he always remembers to have a fun time while doing it! Truly inspiring and educational.
What We Covered:
- 04:00 – The early days of podcasting
- 09:00 – Dave's teaching backround
- 14:20 – The inspiration of John Lee Dumas
- 16:20 – Is New & Noteworthy overrated?
- 20:35 – Have a personality on your show!
- 24:15 – A whole episode on editing
- 28:55 – Leaving the outtakes in the show
- 37:35 – Providing your own unique voice
- 47:30 – The challenges of solo shows
- 52:30 – How to keep from rambling
- 58:20 – Finding unique question for popular guests
- 63:30 – What has Dave excited now?
- 71:50 – Who is Inspiring Dave now?
- 74:15 – Don't be predictable
- Dave on Twitter: learntopodcast
- Adam Curry
- Leo Laporte
- Pat Flynn
- Jerry Seinfeld Interview: How to Write a Joke
- iOS 8 with native Podcasts app
- Sony Soundforge
- The IT Crowd
- Podertainment Magazine
- Saturday Night Live – NPR's Delicious Dish Schweddy Balls
- Podcast Clicks
- Casting Crowns
- School of Podcasting
- WTF with Marc Maron
- Entrepreneur on Fire
- The Feed / Libsyn
- Ask the Podcast Coach
- Podcast Talent Coach w/ Erik K. Johnson
- Start Talking and Recording Today
- The Podcasters Studio w/ Ray Ortega
- Off Camera with Sam Jones
- MoneyPlan SOS
- Here's the Thing w/ Alec Baldwin
- she podcasts – Does Ramit Know What A Podcast IS And Can You REALLY Make 2 Million Dollars Podcasting
- This Is Your Life – Michael Hyatt
- No Agenda Show
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