Campfire: Sunday, Dec 17, 2023

2023-12-17 campfire

December 17th is the Sunday Campfire Zoom call for December!

Sunday, December 17th - 3pm Eastern US/NYC

That should be 2023-12-17T20:00:00Z in your timezone. :arrow_backward: that auto-conversion to display in your local time works if you are reading this on the Podcaster Community forum.

Video, notes and takeaways will be posted as replies to this topic. Hope to see you there!

Call link

Zoom Call link :arrow_down_small:

Meeting ID: 880 8985 3544
Passcode: 822132

What’s a campfire?

Campfires are our twice-monthly (usually, 2nd Saturdays and last Sundays) gatherings where you can share your ideas and passion for podcasting in a social setting.

About the Campfires category has the details— including how to make them appear automatically on your calendar.


December’s Sunday camp fire Zoom is tomorrow — Dec 17, 3pm EasternUS/NYC

@supporters @pod-alumni


Hey, all, sorry i won’t be there. I’m off to the city (NYC) to play for a couple days. Happy holidays!

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Hi @pod-alumni @supporters — The video, highlights, and resources/links from Sunday’s call are all below! It was lovely to see everyone.

I’m looking forward to seeing you in 2024. :slight_smile: January’s Campfires are Saturday the 13th and Sunday the 28th. This topic (what you are reading, now), notes, video are public… please share with those you know would be interested.


Video from the call


  1. Discovery of New Perspectives and Resources (14:00): Mention of Tadd Hargrave and his unconventional approach to marketing for hippies.
  2. Insights on Marketing Approaches (15:24): Questioning the necessity of a call to action in marketing, exploring alternative methods.
  3. Tom Webster and Sounds Profitable (16:44): Discussing Tom Webster’s work in podcast advertising and his research findings on video and podcasting.
  4. Understanding Podcast and Video Audience Overlap (17:50): Discovering that the same audience often chooses between video and audio formats based on context.
  5. Perceptions of Podcasting and Video Platforms (19:01): Noting that some audiences may perceive videos as podcasts and vice versa.
  6. YouTube’s Role in Podcast Discovery (25:20): Surprising data suggesting that YouTube serves as a platform where people discover podcasts.
  7. Navigating Marketing Strategies amidst Tech Giants (27:44): Speculation on the potential limitations of tracking everything in marketing due to the influence of large social media companies.
  8. Adaptability in Content Creation for Diverse Audiences (28:47): The intention to tailor content for a younger audience while considering multiple channels.
  9. Managing Overwhelm and Focusing on Effective Strategies (31:06): Acknowledging the abundance of noise in the marketing space and emphasizing the importance of focus and evaluation.
  10. Prioritizing Recharging and Reducing Stress (34:44): Recognizing the significance of finding activities that recharge energy and the importance of reducing stress levels in content creation.
  11. Reflections on the Year and Personal Growth (38:59): Appreciation for regular participants and a hint at potential changes for the upcoming year.


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