You’ve just booked the largest guest to date. It’s going to be one for the podcast ages and make you the Podcast Superstar you already know you are! But now, everyone will be able to se– waitaminit. They CAN’T SEE IT because you DON’T HAVE VIDEO YET!? That’s alright! Because now is the time to heap on the ultra-easy, multi-tentacled solution of high-definition video to your tasks lists! Everything will work out just fine! Or will it? It’s time to talk about how having an ultra-important guests – is probably NOT the best time to incorporate video into your program during this episode of The Podcast Gauntlet…
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The Shownotes for this Episode of The Podcast Gauntlet:
— The Up N’ Coming Rock Star Phenomenon – have YOU fallen victim to it?
— Do you really want to be troubleshooting a giant listing of items you’ve never worked on – as you welcome your largest guest to date?
— How many interviews does it take to be ready to now include video capture into your program’s workflow?
— How much “personal bandwidth” can you add into your existing podcast workflow – and maintain quality/program integrity?
— Is it time to bring in someone that can help you with ‘doing the video’ part of the program, until you can learn the process and “what-to-dos” to do it AND capture your regular programming?
— What are the “true costs” of going video with a podcast? The MIND WILL REEL with reality when you start to learn the truths involved.
— A Link to Rick Beato’s Channel on YouTube
— A Link to Rick Beato’s What Makes This Song Great?
— A Link to Rick Beato’s Live Programs on YouTube
— What kind environment have you created/will you need to create for a viable, professional-looking video feed/capture session?
— Where will you STORE all of your collected video content (both after capture, after edit, back-ups, etc)?
— Do you know how to “tell” people how they’ll be appearing on your program via video?
— Link to Aaron Montgomery’s Social Ribbon
— Remember – your Podcast should LEAD people to your business as a part of your business’ MARKETING ARM! The Podcast ISN’T YOUR PRODUCT! Change My Mind!
— What IS your plan to add video to your program? We’d love to see what you’ve got planned!
— Never be afraid to admit that you know a lot about a lot of things, but NOT EVERYTHING about ANY ONE THING. There’s ALWAYS MORE TO LEARN!
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The Hosts of this Program:
Mike Wilkerson: Mike Wilkerson is a former certified Sign Language Interpreter for the Deaf, then a Marketing Automation Director for a large St. Louis-based Computer company and now conjures content of all kinds for a growing client listing across the nation. Mike has been hosting, producing, concepting and enhancing podcasts since 2005. While his interests are definitively pop culture-based, the bottom line is: It’s ALL About Perspective. Whether it’s being captured inside of one of Mike’s Podcast Capture Studios (based in the St. Louis area) inside the coming-soon “Micro Audio Podcast Capture Studios” (MPACS) or via The Podcast Bug: A 1974 custom Superbeetle with a recording studio built inside of it – Podcasting is Captured Perspective. Be sure to contact Mike with questions about podcasting, about the many programs he hosts or about the other programs that populate The 2GuysTalking Podcast Network.
Bryan Entzminger: Bryan Entzminger is the owner of Top Tier Audio, a podcast production company. He’s also the founder of the Hindy Users (Unofficial) group for Hindenburg users on Facebook, and a co-host of Podcast Editors Mastermind — a podcast focused on the business side of podcast editing. He loves sharing the lessons he’s learned from his struggles and others he’s met along the way so that you can have a podcast that you’re proud of without letting editing take over your life.