Creating a Binge Listening Podcast
Podcast creation is becoming very popular and it’s HOT – but so is listening to podcasts too!
People are boasting about and promoting on their social media platforms about how they are bingeing on podcasts.
Podcasting binging is actually better than Chillaxin with Netflix, sitting on a sofa with ice cream and consuming content when they have time.
Unlike sitting and binging on Netflix, people can listen to podcasts on the go…listening anywhere…at any time and to the podcast episodes that they want.
“Bingeing” on entertainment became popular in 2007 when both Netflix and DVRs were introduced which allowed television viewers to spend entire weekends catching up and watching full seasons of shows, instead of waiting one week or more in between new episodes. That same method of consuming entertainment is now becoming a natural way in which to listen to podcasts too!
The pandemic also sped up the popularity to consuming more digital programming literally overnight. Everywhere in the world people are spending more time using digital and artificial devices.
But what makes a podcast binge worthy, that’s what I talked about in this episode of the Delaware Blogger podcast and basically there are only 3 elements and they are:
- Subject Matter
- StoryTelling Series
- Length and Frequency
Click this link to listen to the entire Delaware Blogger Podcast episode then make to sure to subscribe to the channel so that you get a notification when a new episode publishes.
8 thoughts on “Creating a Binge Listening Podcast”
Thank you for keeping us in the know in what’s happening in the podcasting world. Your information is very helpful
Thank you my friend, you are quite welcome and thank you for always supporting me!
Yes, and thank you for motivating me to stay active and healthy!
I always binge Netflix but I hadn’t considered binging. podcasts—thanks for the idea!
Yes, and you can binge listen anywhere!
You are quite welcome – bingeing on a podcast is really great especially if you are walking the neighborhood!
I like to listen to podcasts, especially late in the day when my eyes are overtired. I haven’t thought about recording a podcast myself. Thanks for the tips.
Yes, sometimes you just want to close your eyes and relax or learn and a podcast is a perfect media in which to do so. I hope you will start a show soon as well!