• Chris Plumridge

Jet Streamer Podcast: What makes a "good" podcast?

Updated: Mar 23

This is a moment!


Just to prove that Jet Streamer is not all sizzle and no sausage, it's a great day to say that we're launching our brand new podcast! Yep, that's right, just to show you that I know what I'm talking about (mostly...) the shiny new Jet Streamer podcast hits the digital airwaves as of today. Hooray!


So what's this podcast about, anyway?


Well, this is a podcast for entrepreneurs and small business owners who are looking to use podcasting to connect with their audiences and gain a better relationship with their customers and clients. For those that would like to rise above the traditional "talk into a microphone for an hour" format that so many entrepreneurs have tried (and failed). It annoys me to see so many smart people waste so much time- especially when they usually have a message that people need to hear. So let's change that!


So in this episode, we start the discussion about what makes a "good" podcast. I've come up with a few of my own favourite ideas (read: pet peeves) about what makes a podcast listenable, and what will keep your audience coming back episode after episode.


I'd love to hear what you think! Am I on the right track? Leave a comment below or on social media and let me know.


And for those who are listening to the embedded version, the links mentioned in the show notes are available below.


We're on the air!





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For heaps of archival audio to jazz up your podcast, head to the internet archive at archive.org/details/audio.


To hear the Radiolab episode mentioned in the show ("On the Edge") head to wnycstudios.org/podcasts/radiolab/articles/edge