Figuring Out Topics For Your Podcast With Addie Saucedo

interviews podcasting Nov 09, 2017

Addie Saucedo is a podcaster who focuses on helping fellow podcasters develop their program from a number of perspectives.  Whether it's coming up with content for a show or developing an interview, Addie has dedicated her time to coming up with the ultimate tool that will get you from point A to point B in her workbook, The Podcast Planner.

Back in August of 2017, I met Addie at the annual podcast conference, Podcast Movement, and she showed me a workbook she had released to help other podcasters.  When I thumbed through the workbook, it covered everything from how to develop ideas to which type of equipment you could get to start your podcast.

Not only that, but this workbook took the podcaster down the journey of developing engaging content for their own program and has the podcaster engage in written exercises that will take their podcast to the next level.

In today's interview, Addie discusses how The Podcast Planner will help you:

  • Develop more content ideas.
  • Market your podcast to get more listeners.
  • Different ways to use Audiograms.
  • How to engage your listeners and get them to become a part of your program.
  • Why you shouldn't be afraid of podcast structure and formats.
  • How to not burn out on podcasting and much more...

Do yourself the favor and set aside some time to listen to this insightful interview with Addie.

Do yourself the favor and follow Addie on the following social media networks:

@podcastplanner on Instagram

@podcastplanner on Twitter

Addie's Podcast, The Podcast Planner.

If you would like to purchase The Podcast Planner, go here to check out the different editions.



 Whether you're feeling inspired to make a podcast like mine or you're just trying to figure out where to start, my FREE PDF GUIDE will show you where to get started in under 15 minutes.