This is episode 199 (one hundred and ninety-nine!) of the Fizzle show.
That’s one podcast a week for three and a half years.
For many of you listening running a blog or podcast for a living is a dream. For others, it’s a nightmare, or a necessary step to creating an audience you can serve for over time.
On this incredibly honest episode you’ll hear about what it’s like behind the scenes of a large blog and podcast.
We get into:
- Why we started the Fizzle Show in the first place. What our strategies and goals were.
- How to reframe the way you think about your relationship with your audience so you can have fresh insights about what to make.
- How we pivot and get the content strategy back on track when it starts to feel too cumbersome.
- What we’ve learned about the “long slog” of content creation over several years.
Thank you for listening to the show. We’ve got a whole slew of good stuff planned for the next 200 episodes :) … but we wouldn’t have any fun doing this if you didn’t let us know it mattered to you. For all of you who listen, however much you do so, thank you for your hearts, your time and your attention.
Now, please be our guest and enjoy episode 199 of the Fizzle Show:
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“A real honest talk about what it’s like to make content for a living”