“Should I run my podcast weekly or seasonally?”
That is one of the questions I most often get asked. And while there’s no right or wrong answer, generally speaking, there is a right answer for you.
So how do you discover which format is right for you? Over the years, I’ve seen many podcasting clients wrestle over this decision and discovered the nuances involved in choosing a preferred schedule.
In this episode of The More Profitable Podcast, you’ll learn how to move through this decision-making process. I’ll go over the pros and cons of each schedule, reveal how you can navigate the nuances for yourself, and even offer a third option you might want to try.
2:47 – The first thing you need to consider when deciding on a podcast schedule
6:56 – The one time I usually recommend seasons over weekly (and one con to doing it)
12:33 – How a seasonal format can work really well for your podcast
16:18 – Another reason why you might not want to release seasonally
18:33 – Why it’s imperative to prepare your listeners for a seasonal schedule
20:12 – What you can do in-between recording and releasing seasons
24:33 – Why having a weekly podcast schedule is the right move for me
28:34 – The downsides to doing a weekly podcast
31:46 – The upsides to having an episode available every week
33:52 – A hybrid schedule option you can choose for your show
36:04 – What is the best schedule for your podcast?
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