From FrogBody comes "20 Ideas for a Great Podcast."
It's an excellent list, and agree with most of the points. But - snark alert! - if the Frog were to really follow his/her (I don't know which it is; "Carson" is a gender-neutral name) own advice, s/he would've broken this list of 20 things into at least two blog posts, in keeping with rule #4.
Anyway, here are some specific tips worth reiterating (that is, the ones I feel most strongly about):
- Podcasts should be short.
- Don't take yourself seriously.
- Don't ramble, be organized.
- If you're doing interviews, don't be Charlie Rose. In other words, shut your stupid face and let your guest talk.
Try tobe natural.
You should read the full list. (But the comments are boring, you can ignore them.)