April 18, 2022

Improving your podcast is one thing, but getting ideas for content, doing your research on guests, and knowing what your audience wants to hear from you can be such a chore at times. Luckily, Dave Jackson is here to teach you about some of his tricks of the trade to simplify these chores. Catch it all in today's episode!




  • The importance of doing podcast recons and its process
  • Steps to network and grow your show more efficiently
  • How to know what your audience wants for your show
  • Solo shows vs. interview shows
  • Techniques on how to get over a bad episode review










Dave Jackson began podcasting in 2005 and launched the School of Podcasting ( His School of Podcasting show has over 2.5 million downloads. He has helped hundreds of people plan, launch, and grow their podcasts. He is the author of the book Profit from Your Podcast: Proven Strategies to Turn Listeners into a Livelihood and is a featured speaker at events. In 2016 Dave joined Libsyn (the largest podcast hosting company) as part of their tech support team. In 2018 he was inducted into the Academy of Podcasters Hall of Fame. Find all his shows at








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