Podcasts
Oct 11, 2019

Podcasting Alone Versus With A Co-host

On one of my LinkedIn posts about creating content, I got a question from Asrar Alam asking about suggestions for starting up a podcast with a partner.

This is something I've thought about quite a bit. There are a lot of pros to doing a podcast with a co-host. I've done a podcast with a buddy for four years or so. I've tried other video, audio, and podcast projects. It's hard to do solo. There is something great about having a partner in terms of motivation and accountability. It's also lot easier to create content when you are bouncing ideas off of someone else.

The downside is that it can be hard to find someone to partner with who you have good rapport with. Then you have to sync up schedules and make sure that you are on the same page.

I would say that if you have someone you think you would like to work with, ask them and get going. If you're asking that question, you might not have that person in mind already, which is a very different challenge.

Anchor has a feature, I believe, which allows you to find a podcast co-host, which is really fascinating.

The best bet is to do both. Make a commitment to creating daily content, even if it's a small amount. That won't take much time, but it will help you become better every day and iterate again and again. But also shoot for partnering with a buddy for a weekly podcast.

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