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What makes a good” podcast from a technical standpoint?

Someone asked this question to Chartable support this morning so now I want to write about it.

I need some expert podcast advice.

We need to know, from a technical standpoint, what makes a good” podcast.

The problem with many of these new podcasts is that some are done by hobbyists, and most are not revenue-driven. Quality is all over the board. We need help defining what goes into a good podcast - the right platform to use, the length, the bitrate, the artwork, formatting, etc.

Do you know of a comprehensive list of technical specs we can reference?

My #1 recommendation: Study the top 200 podcasts in Apple Podcasts.

Thank you for coming to my Ted Talk.

I’ll finish the post soon.

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