Podcasting: A #CMWorld Chat with Jay Acunzo

screen-shot-2017-02-22-at-7-36-41-pm

Content marketing comes in all shapes and sizes. Think blog posts, video, and interactive content. And now, marketers can add podcasts to the list. In fact, 12% of marketers use podcasts as a content marketing tactic, according to CMI 2017 B2B research.

There is a broad appeal to podcasting. Consumers, can listen to podcasts quickly and on-the go. And for marketers, podcasts pave the way for a very intimate relationship. Listeners get to know you and your brand at a deeper level, providing a strong foundation for growth.

On a recent #CMWorld Twitter chat, we discussed the state of podcasting with award-winning podcaster Jay Acunzo. What follows are some of the many highlights of the chat. Looking to start a podcast? Want to strengthen one you produce? Make sure to check out our Storify recap for more insights.

screen-shot-2017-02-22-at-7-36-54-pm

Commit and Reap Benefits

Podcasting takes work. Marketers must commit to producing a podcast. Building an audience takes time. And brands must dedicate themselves to following a consistent publishing and promotional schedule. But with commitment comes many benefits.

Remember Your Audience

We know. We sound like a broken podcast – we mean, a broken record. But listeners will decide the success of your podcast. What format your podcasts takes, what content it includes, and how it is digested are all factors that will be determined by your audience.

Here are a few resources mentioned by chat participants:

Acunzo recommends the book Out on the Wire: the Storytelling Secrets of the New Masters of Radio by Jessica Abel.

What are some of your favorite podcasts? Let us know in the comments below for a chance to be featured in an upcoming blog post.

Don’t just listen to Jay Acunzo on his podcast. Meet him in real life too! Jay will be at Content Marketing World. Register before March 3, 2017, to secure Super Early Bird rates. Use code SM100 to save an extra $100.

 


/* Act-on Beacon Tracking 170227 */