To make our customers successful we have to help them create entertaining audio. Is that even possible?
[I have] this feeling that everybody’s drilling for oil in the same spot because some other guy found oil there already.
Nick thinks podcasters have two options:
- Build something that does the same thing for the same audience, but do it better. If this is the case, he says, “you better bring it.”
- Or, “identify and pursue a pocket of pent-up demand that has yet to be unleashed.”
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- Perennial Seller by Ryan Holiday
- Alitu – edit your podcast in the browser
- Podcast Royale – Adam Clark's podcast production company
- Auphonic – automated audio post-production
- ProfitWell – SaaS metrics
- Stripe's built-in SaaS metrics
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