Last updated on December 13th, 2019
Ben and Dawn are here today to talk about their Ghostbusters RPG (role-playing game) podcast. This podcast is called EctoCast. It goes without saying that Dawn and Ben are part of a niche podcast. We discuss the little things that come up during a recording session, like why you shouldn’t eat during recording.
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Ben and Dawn also share their team’s social media strategy on several platforms. Role-playing games have a loyal fan-base and we discuss that interest and how a newcomer can find their niche audience if they just look hard enough. Ben and Dawn are part of a highly effective team and really have a lot of great tips and lessons to share. You can make a podcast out of anything and EctoCast is a fun and creative example.
- What is EctoCast?
- How the podcast was started.
- How the EctoCast team found their best equipment setup.
- How headphones improved the quality of the show.
- The episode count and the audience response.
- The team’s aggressive social media strategy.
- Tips that Ben and Dawn have for the audience.
- Why EctoCast uses Reddit as a platform.
- How and why create a sub-Reddit.
- Lessons from the early episodes.
- How EctoCast works as a team.
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