Podcaster Tips 1 to 5 (part 1)
I love listening to loads of different voices , listening to the tones, sounds and uniqueness of our voice.
This blog is a snippet from my podcast and video where you can listen and watch the full versions here.
This is part one of my 10 tips on how to improve your podcasting skills so that people listen to what you say rather than just all of the mistakes or how you’re saying it wrong this is part 1 of 2 podcasting tips. I left the links below to catch up on what you might have missed.
Shout out to all the podcasts keeping us educated, faithfully strong, learning lots, laughing on the commute to work, hitting that morning run or doing the cleaning on a Saturday morning.
The choice is huge for listeners right now , everyone has a podcast now, it is more unusual when people do not have a pod.
Ok so some tips if you are a podcaster or thinking of starting one. Let me give you some tips to keep your listeners tuned in rather than turned off by your voice.
- Slow down when speaking
The way you speak to your friends, family or over the phone can often be much faster than the speed for a podcast.
Slow down, let the listeners enjoy what you say and how you say.
- Use defined pauses to create interests, or a powerful point
Now don’t feel pressured to fill all the talking time with talking yaaaaaay. The silences can often speak more than your words.
- How loud do your speak
Your voice volume is key to your audience listening and staying to listen to the whole podcast.
- Do you sound interesting …have you got rhythm to your voice.
- What is the breathing like
Your breathing controls how you sound. Have you ever tried talking while running fast out on the treadmill or after you walked up 4 flights of stairs. Sound breathy right, control your breathing so you can sound energetic through the whole talk.
Listen to my Podcast or watch the Youtube video for the rest of my thoughts on this topic on these links don’t forget.
If you want to improve the way you speak ?
Please feel free to check out my new Accent Reduction & Voice Articulation ebook below https://mailchi.mp/fd875df6cd12/ebook-free-sample-introduction