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Did you know that show notes allow your podcast to be discovered and grow? They are a key piece in the podcasting puzzle, so it is crucial for podcasters to invest time and effort on their show notes. Today, Julian and TJ sit down to chat about everything around show notes, why they matter, how they make it easier for your podcast to be discovered and how they create value for your audience. Don’t miss this incredible episode, and don’t forget to read these show notes!
Jump straight into:
(00:54) - Why does your podcast even need show notes? - “Writing a quick sentence when submitting your podcast is bad, but probably the worst thing you can do is not having them in the first place.”
(03:06) - A simple yet effective guide to structure your show notes - “We have three basic buckets that we like to structure our show notes into: description, timestamps and references.”
(05:38) - The evergreen nature of podcasting and why you need to know your platform - “Somebody might be searching for that particular topic five years from now, and if you have great keywords that highlight what's in your episode, there's a great opportunity for your podcast to be discovered even then.”
(08:59) - How to step up your show notes game even if you’re not confident in your writing skills - “It's actually very, very easy to do. You just have to put in the time and the effort.”
PodOn is hosted by TJ Bonaventura and Julian Lewis, founders of the full-service podcast company based in San Francisco, StudioPod. If you want more details on how to fully record and produce your podcast with our services, you can reach us at http://studiopodsf.com, send us an email at email@example.com or contact us through our social media channels as @studiopodsf.