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Dan

After arriving back in England after an intense week at Blog World New Media Expo in New York, I’ve been recovering from a vicious cold.

In fact it’s been more than a cold. If the cold and flu had a love child then that’s what I’ve got.

But while I’ve had a couple of corks up each nostril, I’ve had a chance to reflect on my first experience at Blog World & New Media Expo.

I had an absolute ball meeting new people from all over the world who are podcasting, keen to start, or don’t even know what the hell podcasting is!

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Dan

I recently got an email from my radio station content director that encouraged me to think more about the way I create content for my listeners.

As I radio DJ I prepare 6 original 2 minute pieces of content each day for my three-hour radio show. And when it comes to producing this amount of fresh, original content it’s not always easy. As you’d know, original thinking becomes tougher when deadlines are looming and there’s no deadline like “I’m on air in 2 minutes….aghhhhh!”

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Dan

The secret to creating truly captivating podcast content is to know what your audience wants and then serve it up!  A common mistake that I see content creators make is thinking that THEY are the ones to judge what’s good content or not.

Wrong. It’s the audience that judge the strength of your podcast content, not you. They do this by how many times an episode is downloaded, listened to, subscribed to etc.

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Jay

Hi folks, Jay Walsh from ProPodder.com here. Dan was kind enough to let me take over his blogging duties today so I thought I’d talk about something near and dear to my heart: streamlining your podcast workflow.

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