Each month, I connect with other education podcasters in a mastermind group of sorts. We compare notes, talk about our work, share best practices, and wrestle with current challenges.
On the agenda for this month’s conversation: websites. How can we design our websites to better support our podcasts?
Questions That Guided Our Discussion
- 1:12 – Who are you, and what is the NAME of your education podcast?
- 7:23 – How does your WEBSITE figure into your PODCAST publishing strategy?
- 17:42 – Who are your top website REFERRERS? (Where does most of your website traffic come from?)
- 24:35 – Pav from the StaffRoom podcast shares how she and Chey are thinking about in terms of STARTING to build a website platform.
- 25:30 – Which PAGES on your website get the most traffic?
- 42:17 – Should podcast episodes be published at the same time as SHOW NOTES?
- 50:49 – What piece of content do you look forward to publishing next?
Meet the Edupodcaster Panelists and Visit Their Podcast Websites
- Chris Nesi from the House of EdTech podcast @HouseofEdTech
- Eric Guise from the GotTeched podcast @GuiseGotTechEd
- Alfonso Mendoza from the My EdTech Life podcast @MyEdTechLife
- Jeff Bradbury from TeacherCast @TeacherCast
- Dr. Dan Kreiness from the Leader of Learning podcast @dr_kreiness
- AJ Bianco from Podcast PD @AJBianco
- Pav Wander from the Staff Room Podcast @StaffPodcast (website coming soon)
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