In this episode I have an insightful conversation with the amazing Nigerian Pelu Awofeso.
Pelu is an accomplished Travel Writer, an environmental sustainability advocate, tour guide, a fantastic author of 4 books, working on his 5th travel book.
He has won notable awards such as Best Travel Journalist category at Nigeria Travel Week and CNN/ Multichoice African Journalists Awards (tourism reporting). Pelu has contributed his work to several publications.
A year ago, I had no idea I was going to start a travel podcast, But here I am running a successful podcast.
On Apple Podcast, Spotify, Stitcher…
With 5 episodes in, my podcast Vamejo Travel Podcast ,has been featured on Apple’s podcast new shows in the Ghana store and rank top 3 for All-Time Bestsellers in the Places and Travel category within Society and Culture at the time of writing this blog post.
On Apple Podcast top 3 and All Time Bestseller list as at January 2020 with 5 episodes
I also have 5 star ratings and feedback, as well downloads from over 20 countries (and growing) on all continents.
So here I am writing about it to hopefully help others starting out.I have used all these tips myself to help me grow my podcast.
Here are my top 10 tips for new travel podcasters. These tips will be useful for other podcast niches.
1.List out a 100 topics you will want to talk about
Before I hit record on my intro episode and first episode, I had already listed 100 topics I will love to talk about either on a solo episode format or with guest. This serves as a guide and a bank of inspiration for content ideas.
It also helps you seek out guest who might bring value to the topic if your show will have guest.
Edem AdzahoMy Top 10 Tips for New Travel Podcasters