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While I was in Las Vegas recently for New Media Expo, I had several people ask me about my podcast. They liked it. They wanted more.

I actually haven’t done a full-length episode of The Blog Program in some time. Instead, I’ve been doing the shorter “Audio Posts” podcast.

It comes down to time (as it often does). Making a point to put together the longer podcast was just difficult to fit into everything else I have going on.

But, excuses are for wussies. In 2013, systematizing things in my business is the name of the game. And, like other things, I can systematize things with regard to The Blog Program in order to be able to more regularly keep it up.

So, with that in mind….

What would you like to see me do on the podcast?

Do you prefer solo sessions where it is just me talking about a topic? Do you prefer interviews? A mix of both?

As for topics, what would you like to see me discuss?

As for interviews, who would you suggest I have on the show?

I know a lot of people who are in a similar business as I am, but for general feedback I’ve gotten, it seems as if you guys would like to hear from folks who you wouldn’t normally expect to hear from. People who are silently out there crushing it online, but not necessarily out there talking about it all the time. Am I right? Or do you like hearing from the usual suspects?

I know there are many other fantastic podcasts out there in my same general niche. There’s Smart Passive Income, Social Triggers, BlogCastFM, Rise to the Top… and that’s just a few. So, the question is… what would YOU need and want from me to add my podcast to the mix and not fall into the mix with some of those guys?

To answer me, just submit a comment below.

Oh, and just an FYI, I’m on a cruise as this post is going live. My assistant will monitor comments, and I’ll likely be periodically checking in from the expensive-ass cruise wifi. Point is… I WILL read every comment, and I’ll probably reply to you, too… but it might not be immediately. M’kay? Cool. 🙂

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  1. Lawrence "Larry" Berezin says:

    Dear David,

    Good morning.
    I love your practice of bringing your readers on board with the selection of topics. I’d welcome hearing more more about:

    1. Resources you love
    2. Interviews with people you respect who share helpful information
    3. How to measure social media ROI
    4. How to create and implement marketing campaigns
    5. Reader success stories

    Thanks for asking.

  2. I’d like to see you take a “popular” theory about blogging and pick it apart.

    As a part of this you could also call out some of these known clown “gurus” out there.

    That would be don’t miss podcast.

  3. Derrick says:

    I really enjoy your podcasts and look forward to more this year. I like to hear interviews because it brings a lot of different insights to the table. One potential interviewee that I would recommend is Court Tuttle at The Keyword Academy. He has been running a quality membership site for some time and could have a lot of good insight.

    Other topics that I would be interested to hear about are the nuts and bolts of audio and video “blogging”, and PPC marketing for listbuilding.

    Just my two cents.

  4. Dan haddock says:

    I have just listened to the ‘is seo dead’ podcast and would love to get a more in depth break down of what elements of a blog should be gotten rid of in light of this latest update. Being as blind to the seo world as I am, I feel that getting a more comprehensive definition of what easy links are and stuff like that would be really helpful. Also you could expand this out to get bloggers involved, have discussion about were there blog may be being worst effected by the latest seo update.
    Would massively help me and perhaps others less clued up to the technicalities of the online world. Hope it’s a good idea and thanks for reading.

  5. Jeff says:

    – real-world case study interviews with people who are using blogs to build their businesses (not the usual suspects). Listeners can better identify with people who have modest levels of blog visitors and subscribers, not the people who have hundreds of thousands of visitors

    – less “techy” perspective. Unfortunately, I don’t have coding expertise, so when you talk about how you tinker with the HTML with ease, well that kind of loses me. I don’t know if other listeners have that same limited level of technical expertise, but if it was approached from the perspective that it’s a non-tech savvy audience, that would be helpful.

    – a regular publishing schedule. I enjoyed the first couple shows and then it sort of faded away.

    – share more about your business. It’s interesting to hear what’s happening in your business…and I particularly enjoyed any time you wrote about the early days of getting your site and business off the ground.

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