Skip to main content

Posts

Showing posts from April, 2013

What I've Learned After a Month of Podcasting

So, it's been about a month since I launchedGitMinutes, and wow, it's been a fun ride. I have gotten a lot of feedback, and a lot more downloads/listeners than I had expected!
Judging the numbers is hard, but a generous estimate is that somewhere around 2000-3000 have listened to the podcast, and about 500-1000 regularly download. Considering that only a percentage of my target audience actively listen to podcasts, these are some pretty good numbers. I've heard that 10% of the general population in the western world regularly listen to podcasts (probably a bit higher percentage among Git users), so I like to think I've reached a big chunk of the Git pros out there.

GitMinutes has gathered 110 followers on Twitter, and 63, erm.. circlers on Google+, and it has received 117 +'es! And it's been flattr'ed twice :)

Here are some of the things I learned during this last month:
Conceptually..Starting my own sandbox podcast for trying out everything was a really go…