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I've been publishing a podcast episode for nearly a year now in my Substack - Centered on Christ. Being able to interact with my readers through audio as well as the written word, gives me another way to connect with them. It had certainly benefited my subscribers - and it's helped me as well!
I would LOVE to hear these Podcasts but (as I keep saying) I am deaf.
Either use subtitles or make sure there is a transcript!
I believe Substack will change the way we podcast. I am truly excited about this and working hard backstage with my awesome team on my new podcast show. Expect some cool guests from the Music, Movies, Sports, Business and Art world and couple super guests from Royals to Presidents. SUPER EXCITED! Hit me up if you are in London and visit the studio for a chat and 🥃
Substack app goes absolutely haywire for me while listening to any audio file - dies without saving progress, plays after removing headphones, etc.
Among other reasons, that's why when I started a podcast I opted to just stick to more traditional Anchor/Spotify/YouTube route.
Crazy to see Substack evolve. It could turn into a *better* social media that the internet needs!
“We wanted to create a space where writers don’t need to play games to reach, cultivate, and grow audiences” - THIS is why I love Substack!
I have started podcasting as an experiment with Substack features. One year later, I am officially calling my publication a podcast and audio is now my main medium.
I adore making my podcasts right here. I just dial in and speak. After I published my latest and most personal podcast here a couple of days ago I received a number of direct messages through other DM’s saying how much they were touched by this and adding to the conversation.
I was really surprised because this was the first podcast I published without first writing a script.
In the end ( for me ) it is all about those conversations. How wonderful they are.
While it's another option for podcasters, the lack of meaningful data does limit how podcasters can analyze their show, what's working, what isn't, etc. In its current iteration, it feels more like another podcast distribution platform (like Apple Podcasts, Spotify, etc) than a dedicated place to upload and publish podcasts.
Curious as to what's coming down the line for analytics and data.
I’m going to re-release my entire Twin Peaks podcast on Substack with transcripts.
That’s settled then. TMWWD podcast coming to Substack!
I question the historicity of "audioblog" attesting to the 1980s. The word "blog" doesn't show up until 1998 in its modern sense. Citation needed to sate my etymological curiosity, please.
I feel like there is actually a place where freedom of speech and thought is valued and nurtured. Let this always be our sanctuary - Substack: a place where one can really listen to what others think and a place where everyone can share what they really feel.
It’s not just News current affairs and stuff. I have a Pottery podcast called The Potscast, Substack has helped it grow
Someone who has moved their podcast to Substack want to break down their pros and cons and lessons learned?
It’s so easy to produce a podcast. So easy, in fact, that even I managed it! You can hear me reading it here: