Updated: Jun 30, 2019
Who actually reads the show notes for podcasts? I actually do. I didn’t used to. But there’s some useful stuff in there sometimes, right? If you talk about something during your show that you want listeners to know about, if you want a good summary of what you talk about in the show, if there are relevant links to what your guest is talking about, if your guest wants their contact information in the show notes, if you want to make a call to action to your listeners to share your stuff on social media, to support you on Patreon, if you want to plug your sponsors, all of those things can happen in your show notes.
But like other things, it can be kind of tedious, and it might be beneficial to hire someone to do them for you!
Now, if I’m editing your show, I can just gather all of the needed information and write your show notes as I’m editing. But, if not, I can take a listen to your show, and based on what happens in your episode, I can create things like:
A keyword and SEO optimized summary of what happens in the show
Name and contact information for your guests
Relevant links for listeners to find out more about the things you talk about
A call to action to support your show, whether that’s something like “share this episode on your social media” or “go support us on Patreon”
And of course, links to your social media pages
There are lots of reasons show notes can be super important for your show, not the least of which being that it helps people find your show through search engines. Now, no doubt, that’s not the most common way people find podcasts, but search matters too. And I can help you with that.
If you want to talk more about how I can help with show notes, scroll back up to the top of the page here, hit that contact button, drop me a note, and let’s talk about it!