This episode marks one year that +Paul Powers and I along with our great guest hosts have been doing the Retro Rewind Podcast. Listen to hear whether we think Monty Python and the Holy Grail is a Classic or Second Class.
Debating going ahead and making a G+ page for my podcast and thought I would ask: should a Google+ page be standard for any podcast, and if you feel it isn't, what is your criteria for when to launch one?
+Francisco Ruiz, my episode 123 is primarily focused on creating your own forum. I'm not a fan of creating communities to own on services you don't own. For example, I participate in a #OnceUponaTime community on Google+, but I have my own forum that I own on my own website that I own. I would not start a community on Google+, Facebook, and other places for my podcast.
I was curious what others opinions were on professionally produced intros/bumpers. Do you love them, hate them, don't care just give me the content...them?
On the whole, I don't care for them. I think because it makes the podcast/podcaster feel more out of reach, whereas a big reason I enjoy podcasts is that they feel easier to connect and interact with than shows in traditional media. Maybe I'm alone in this, but hope not :)