The more honest feedback (from people you aren't related to grew up with) you get from your audience the better your show will be. It's a little scary to ask people for feedback, but in the end without feedback, you are at risk of wasting your...
The more honest feedback (from people you aren't related to grew up with) you get from your audience the better your show will be.
It's a little scary to ask people for feedback, but in the end without feedback, you are at risk of wasting your time creating content that doesn't resonate with your audience.
Today I have some tools to make it easy.
podcastvoicemail.com is exactly what it sounds like. You get a toll-free number for your audience to call into. The good news is everyone knows how to dial a phone number and it can be as low as 7 cents a minute. The bad news is the audio is not great so if you're looking to use these calls in .your show, it's not a great choice.
Podpage is a great tool where you can create a great-looking website for your podcast and it has a voicemail tool built-in.
Speakpipe is the original tool for getting feedback from your audience. It's $15/month and recently went through a very nice upgrade.
Telbee is a bit like Speakpipe on steroids and a little more flexible for $18/month
Video ask is a way to get feedback via video. They have a free version, and then monthly plans start at $30
As I write this in September of 2021 Voice Form is on Sale for a lifetime price of $69. Not only does it make it easy to get feedback, but it also has built-in tools for surveys. I am currently testing this for my free call application.
I found a team that can affordably edit your audio and make you sound great. When you get a cavity in your tooth, you don't start reading books and watching YouTube videos on how to fix it. You call in someone qualified to do it right the first time.