Do I need an accountability team to help me start my podcast?
Podcave.com says yes, you do need an accountability team. For example, find a group of 5-10 people who will help you with this task. In order to successfully start a podcast and get it out, you will want to make sure you have an accountability team. Ask friends and family to be a part of your accountability team. Make sure this group is made up of people you trust and are reliable. You will want to let them know that you are planning to roll out your first episode also known as a test or preview episode. Let them know that you would like to add them to your accountability team.
Ask your accountability team to subscribe to your podcast, and to leave a review. After your team has subscribed and left a review for your podcast in the different podcast directories have them share your podcast with others. Every subscriber, and review matters. This is how your podcast is measured.
Gif Credit Checking yourself before you wreck yourself with an accountability team.
Finding the right people to help you start your podcast is key
Finding accountability partners can be hard, for instance. Asking immediate family and your closest friends for help can be daunting. However, remember that those closest to you will have a better chance of getting you off on the right foot. When launching a podcast it is wise to set dates, and goals to help get an audience involved. Tag Podcave or Join our group on facebook. We love supporting the podcast community. Please check out the Podcave.com support page for more articles and videos on all things podcasting. Be sure to check out Podcaves episode planner podcave.com to help you get all this important work done. Podcave can help you, after all, we are a complete toolkit for your podcast. Happy Podcasting.