Do You Have a Questions About Podcasting?

Submitting a Question

First off, we’re honored that you have a question or comment for me. Second, so I can best answer your question, when you state your name and introduce yourself, please let me know if are a student of my course, Podcasting Mastery, and/or a subscriber to the Podcasting Mastery podcast. This will help me to know, if I’m able to reference certain material, for which you would be familiar with. If not, no worries. It just helps to know.

So it might sound like this:

“Hey James. This is John Smith. I’m a current student of your course, Podcasting Mastery, and I am also a subscriber to the Podcasting Mastery podcast.. Here’s my question…”

Next, a couple of guidelines:

Please keep your question under one-minute in length. The more specific it is, and clear, the more likely it is that I will be able to provide you with a concise answer.

If you have an issue with something we said on the Podcast, or which to debate me on a certain topic, you’re welcome to. But be careful that you don’t say something, that you wished the public wouldn’t have heard.

If you don’t have a question, just a comment – by all means, I would love to hear that too. If you’re a fan of the Podcast, be sure to visit us on iTunes too and leave a review.

To record and send your voicemail message, I use SpeakPipe. It’s a fantastic web service that allows anyone to leave me a voicemail through the Internet. It’s like magic… All you need is an Internet connection and a microphone. And when prompted, just click “Allow”, this will let SpeakPipe access your computer’s microphone.

Important Note

Please note that by submitting a question, you’re allowing us to share it publicly on the podcast.

Also note that it’s impossible for me to get to everyone’s question—you may not receive a direct response to your question. I will answer qualified questions as they come, but if your question has already been asked by someone else, I will have to move on to the next. Keep listening to the show–most questions get answered at some point. Given the volume of questions that I receive, though, I won’t be able to answer all questions on the podcast.

Thanks for understanding, and thanks for listening!