Steal this podcast listener survey!

Steal this podcast listener survey!
Audience
Steal this podcast listener survey!
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Episode March 24, 2022 00:02:00

Hosted By

Matt Medeiros Stuart Barefoot

Show Notes

Today I'm hoping you can share in the improvement of the Audience podcast by taking part in our survey. Head there now at https://castos.com/survey

As you might know, Season 2 of our other podcast 3 Clips has come to close. That means Stuart will be joining us more regularly on Audience.

We have some new concepts cooking for you, which I think you'll really enjoy. By visiting castos.com/survey you can help us understand what types of content you'd like us to produce. And hey, if that's not enough, you can always email us hello@castos.com and tell us what you'd like to hear.

But wait, there's something in it for you as a podcaster!

You've heard me say that feedback is important for your podcast and why not use a survey to do that? Even more so, how about using a free survey from a company that specializes in customer research?

The survey I've put together is from a free survey framework provided by Edison Research. You can download their survey for free to use for your own podcast. Use all of the questions they provide or select the few that you think is most impactful for your podcast.

I'll put the link in the show notes so you can grab it, too.

That's what I did. I took some of their questions and added a few that are specific to Castos. Like, how do you plan on monetizing your podcast, if at all? By the way, if you'd like to learn more about selling your own subscription podcasts here at Castos, let's chat. Email hello@castos.com to book a time with me.

Okay I think that's enough call to actions for now. Please take the survey at Castos.com/survey that's castos.com/survey to help improve this show.

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Episode Transcript

Speaker 1 00:00:02 Hey, it's Matt today. I'm hoping you can share in the improvement of the audience podcast by taking part in our survey head there now at castos.com/survey, as you might know, season two of our other podcasts, free clips has come to close. That means Stewart will be joining us more regularly here in the audience. We have some new concepts cooking for you, which I think you'll really enjoy by visiting castles.com/survey castles.com/survey. You can help us understand what types of content you'd like us to produce. And Hey, if that's not enough, you can always email me hello at dot com. And tell me what you'd like to hear, but wait, there's something in it for you as a podcaster, you've even heard me say a lot. That feedback is important for your podcast and why not use a survey to do that even more. So how about using a survey from a company that specializes in surveys? Speaker 1 00:00:54 That survey that I put together is a free survey framework provided by Edison research. You can download their survey for free to use on your own podcast. Use all of the questions they provide or select a few that you think will be most impactful for your podcast. That's what I did. I'll put the link in the show notes and you can grab it too. I took some of their questions and added a few that are specific to Casos. Like, how do you plan on monetizing your podcast if at all? And by the way, if you'd like to learn more about selling your own subscription podcasts here at Casos let's chat again, email me. hello@castos.com to book a time with me. Okay. I think that's enough. Call to actions for now. Please take our survey at dot com slash survey that's casos.com/survey to help improve this show and check out the show notes so that you can download the survey framework for free to use on your podcast. That's it for now? Thanks for listening. Don't forget. castos.com/survey.

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