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Hey everyone! So I bought a Blue Yeti mic for some voice acting work and the wife thought it might not be a bad idea to do a podcast. I got interested and decided to do some research online.
Seems like the most important elements are having a good genre, topics, theme song, cover art, and advertising. While all of that seems legit important, I'm thinking the genre/topic stuff is the most important. And that led be to wonder if I'd be any good at this sort of thing.
Like, would anyone want to listen to what a slightly out-of-touch, 43-year old, gamer dad would have to say? Not even about games, but anything in general. I don't listen to many podcasts, but the market has to be saturated with people talking about gaming or general nerdy centric things, right? I'd need to have my own have my own thing that makes me different from the rest and I'm not sure what that would be. A variety show? Classic gaming or movies? A life/childhood blog sort of thing?
I know a lot of people don't know me, but maybe some generic (or more specific based on your thoughts of me) advice would be helpful. This is all pie in the sky right now though, so I might be overthinking things as folks do at times.
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