I recently wrote a post about the importance of short podcasts for churches including some ideas on how you could start producing short-form audio content. I didn’t, however, mention how you could create a short podcast for your church. Enter, Anchor.
We were feeling pretty meta, so we went full-on meta with this week’s podcast.
We talk about the podcast on the podcast.
Crazy, we know, we hope you enjoy the ride — we sure did.
We have previously written several lists of our favorite podcasts here on ChurchMag, but we have not tried to do a comprehensive list of podcasts that correlate at some capacity with the topic of church technology. So below is a list of all of the church tech podcasts we have found up to this date.
We have not arranged these podcasts by any type or style. Some of these will be loosely affiliated or humor based, others will be focused on a specific niche in church tech like hardware or marketing. Flow through them and see which ones grab your attention. Further, podcasts like Michael Hyatt or Carey Nieuwhof’s podcasts are not being included because they’re not tech oriented and This Week in Tech or others are not Christian and Church-oriented.
Last year, I decided to write a 5 podcast tips article for those that are trying to produce great audio content. That article spurred on several conversations via social media that has keyed up several other tips that I didn’t yet hit on.
Now, the previous article was more fundamental to those that are considering getting into podcasting, these tips are for people who decided to jump into the thick of it. Hopefully, you might gain something to make some tweaks to what you are creating and make some better content.
So here are another 5 podcast tips for us creators to consider when creating podcasts for others to consume.
This week we on the podcast we talk about – podcasts!
Nearly 80% of Americans don’t listen to podcasts, so we’re joining in with the world’s podcast producers and using #trypod to encourage others to find some new podcasts to listen to.
We want to hear what podcasts you enjoy, so use both #trypod and #cmagcast and we’ll be sure to share it.
Having been doing a couple of different podcasts for the past three years, which includes being the host, editing everything, setting up and marketing, being a guest on someone else’s podcast, and listening to a ton of them, I’ve come to have a particular expectation of what is in a podcast.
I’ll be very transparent in that I do not do this for a living, these are just tips I have identified myself that are now glaringly obvious.
If you have more ideas, I’d love to hear your tips down in the comments.
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