Your First Episode May Suck
( Full Episode, Season: 1 Episode: 18 )
Brittany Brown and Rob Winters Aug 13, 2022 Webpage

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Your First Episode May Suck
Aug 13, 2022, Season 1, Episode 18
Brittany Brown and Rob Winters
Episode Summary

You’ve taken the plunge into the world of podcasting, recorded your first episode, and nobody is listening. It’s okay! Think of it like this; Nobody is great at something the first time. Your first episode may kind of suck. Maybe you’re a bit nervous, or you’re still trying to fully define your listener person, or even your show’s tone. All of these things can be worked out and adjusted as you record a few more episodes. Read your podcast reviews, even if they’re critical and consider the comments as constructive criticism. Ask friends and family who are a little more likely to be blunt to listen to your first episode and get feedback. You can always make tweaks to your show’s tone and format. Don’t be afraid to do so. By leaning into these things early on, you’ll more quickly find your groove and see the positive audience response. 

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You’ve taken the plunge into the world of podcasting, recorded your first episode, and nobody is listening. It’s okay! Think of it like this; Nobody is great at something the first time. Your first episode may kind of suck. Maybe you’re a bit nervous, or you’re still trying to fully define your listener person, or even your show’s tone. All of these things can be worked out and adjusted as you record a few more episodes. Read your podcast reviews, even if they’re critical and consider the comments as constructive criticism. Ask friends and family who are a little more likely to be blunt to listen to your first episode and get feedback. You can always make tweaks to your show’s tone and format. Don’t be afraid to do so. By leaning into these things early on, you’ll more quickly find your groove and see the positive audience response. 

You’ve taken the plunge into the world of podcasting, recorded your first episode, and nobody is listening. It’s okay! Think of it like this; Nobody is great at something the first time. Your first episode may kind of suck. Maybe you’re a bit nervous, or you’re still trying to fully define your listener person, or even your show’s tone. All of these things can be worked out and adjusted as you record a few more episodes. Read your podcast reviews, even if they’re critical and consider the comments as constructive criticism. Ask friends and family who are a little more likely to be blunt to listen to your first episode and get feedback. You can always make tweaks to your show’s tone and format. Don’t be afraid to do so. By leaning into these things early on, you’ll more quickly find your groove and see the positive audience response. 

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