In one way or another, a podcaster’s goal is to ‘get pie.’ According to Darknet Diaries creator Jack Rhysider, an unselfish approach is essential to long-term growth: “The more you help others get their pie, the more pie you’ll get.” His assessment of Apple Podcasts subscriptions, published Tuesday, is a perfect example.
Success as an independent podcaster takes years of work, but it can’t be done alone. The best way to pay that forward is to help others “bake their pies.” For Rhysider, that means offering advice on r/podcasting (a Reddit forum), building relationships with other creators, and sharing valuable firsthand knowledge.
“It’s easier than ever to start a blog, or YouTube channel, or podcast to teach people things,” he says. “But if you come into podcasting reaching for your slice of the pie to eat it right away, it’ll be gone before you know it and you’ll have nothing left.” PS: Thanks, Jack, for mentioning our coverage as a benefit of baking pie.
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