Ask Your Audience Questions
( Full Episode, Season: 1 Episode: 80 )
Brittany Brown and Rob Winters Aug 15, 2022 Webpage

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Ask Your Audience Questions
Aug 15, 2022, Season 1, Episode 80
Brittany Brown and Rob Winters
Episode Summary

Podcasting can feel like a very one-way medium. As a podcaster, you are pushing your content out and not directly interfacing with your listeners at the time of recording. You can ask open ended questions of your audience and let them know that responses will be shared in upcoming episodes. This is where a website or your social media pages can be handy. You want to direct your listeners to a single location where they can respond. For example, if you are asking questions, you could then let the audience know questions from today’s show are in your Facebook group where they can share their opinions. You can then engage with people in a more real time setting as well as generate content for future episodes. 

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Podcasting can feel like a very one-way medium. As a podcaster, you are pushing your content out and not directly interfacing with your listeners at the time of recording. You can ask open ended questions of your audience and let them know that responses will be shared in upcoming episodes. This is where a website or your social media pages can be handy. You want to direct your listeners to a single location where they can respond. For example, if you are asking questions, you could then let the audience know questions from today’s show are in your Facebook group where they can share their opinions. You can then engage with people in a more real time setting as well as generate content for future episodes. 

Podcasting can feel like a very one-way medium. As a podcaster, you are pushing your content out and not directly interfacing with your listeners at the time of recording. You can ask open ended questions of your audience and let them know that responses will be shared in upcoming episodes. This is where a website or your social media pages can be handy. You want to direct your listeners to a single location where they can respond. For example, if you are asking questions, you could then let the audience know questions from today’s show are in your Facebook group where they can share their opinions. You can then engage with people in a more real time setting as well as generate content for future episodes. 

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