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Podcast Bay is your source for all of the Trash, Treasure and Tricks of the podcast industry. Host Scott Doucet interviews podcasters from all stages of the game to talk Pet Peeves, Accomplishments, Audio Quality, Marketing, Promotion, Engagement and what goes into creating a successful podcast!

Sep 18, 2018

In this episode, Scott breaks down the biggest mistakes he made in the communities he’s started, what he’s learned, and how he’s managed reacted, adapted and worked around them.


In This Episode

  • The “Anti-Sales” group
  • Not showing up enough
  • Training baby birds
  • The downside of group rules
  • Save the drama for...

Sep 11, 2018

Community building is something a lot of podcasters wonder and have questions about, so after the topic was offered up by his editor Jesse, why not share what Scott has learned so far from building and being involved in more than a few different types of communities?

In This Episode

  • How often can you show up?
  • What kind...

Sep 4, 2018

While spending time on Facebook, Scott was tagged in a post about Podcast launched within a very popular entrepreneurial group. The question: “Is podcasting the best way to build an audience?” He answered it for the person asking, but was inspired to answer it here on the podcast as well!

In This Episode

  • Launching...

Aug 28, 2018

Scott pulls a page from his playbook today and talks about the differences and benefits between doing an interview based podcast versus flying solo.


In This Episode

  • Scott’s first show: the Edge-ucation Podcast
  • The perks and drawbacks of doing an interview show
  • Why you may want to do a solo podcast
  • How to make an...

Aug 21, 2018

What do you do when you’re not inspired? Or more appropriately, how do you prepare for moments when your inspiration runs dry? That’s what’s up in this episode: what to do when inspiration is plentiful in order to ensure you have material for when it’s not there.


In This Episode:

  • Taking inspired action