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When Tanner Campbell, Edward Havens and other experienced podcasters tackle the question of when to give up and quit, they must confront the difficult decision of whether their goals will be achieved and if their passion is a worthy pursuit.

"The first thing you got to do to determine whether or not your podcast is a podcast that is time to quit is to look at the indicators that you create at the outset to determine whether you're making progress." - Tanner Campbell

Tanner Campbell is a philosophy podcaster and former podcast consultant. Edward Havens is a podcast host on The 80's Movie Podcast.

Listen to Tanner's Show - https://open.spotify.com/show/0cGh6rftss6NfjK3GM7gFO
Listen to Ed's Show - https://open.spotify.com/show/41M6lOaLM47dtZVXQLRued

Tanner Campbell and Edward Havens, two experienced podcasters, discussed on Podcasting Power Hour the question of when it is time to quit a podcast. They discussed the idea of setting KPIs to measure progress and that sometimes the best decision is to pivot to something else. They shared their own experience and advice of when they have quit their own podcasts or decided to change direction. Dave Jackson shared his experience of starting and stopping his podcast three times due to COVID and his journey to play in the local podcasting space. In the end, the conclusion is that it is up to the individual to decide when the time is right to quit a podcast, but it is important to be honest with yourself and have a conversation with someone else to make sure the decision is the right one.

In this episode, you will learn the following:
1. How do you know when it's time to give up and quit on your podcast?
2. What are the key performance indicators to look for in order to determine if your podcast is making progress?
3. How do you balance two podcasts without taking away from either one of them?

Podcasting Power Hour is recorded live on Twitter Spaces every Monday at 9 pm Eastern Time.

To join, just follow the host, Jeff, aka The Podcast Father https://twitter.com/podcast_father, and Greg, founder of Indie Drop-In Network https://twitter.com/indiedropin on Twitter.

If you would like to support the show, you can buy us a coffee:
Jeff - https://www.buymeacoffee.com/podcastfather
Greg - https://www.buymeacoffee.com/indiedropin

If you want to advertise on the show, we have live, pre-roll, mid-roll, and integration options. Just reach out to Greg @indiedropin on Twitter or fill out our contact form https://indiedropin.com/contact/

Connect with Podcasting Power Hour:
YouTube: https://youtube.com/channel/UCYL6oEZw3HgWd1qRaTLtSVA
Twitter: https://twitter.com/podcastingPrwHr
Website: https://podcastingpowerhour.com

Recorded 11-21-2022
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When Tanner Campbell, Edward Havens and other experienced podcasters tackle the question of when to give up and quit, they must confront the difficult decision of whether their goals will be achieved and if their passion is a worthy pursuit. "The first thing you got to do to determine whether or not your podcast is a podcast that is time to quit is to look at the indicators that you create at the outset to determine whether you're making progress." - Tanner Campbell Tanner Campbell is a philosophy podcaster and former podcast consultant. Edward Havens is a podcast host on The 80's Movie Podcast. Listen to Tanner's Show - https://open.spotify.com/show/0cGh6rftss6NfjK3GM7gFO Listen to Ed's Show - https://open.spotify.com/show/41M6lOaLM47dtZVXQLRued Tanner Campbell and Edward Havens, two experienced podcasters, discussed on Podcasting Power Hour the question of when it is time to quit a podcast. They discussed the idea of setting KPIs to measure progress and that sometimes the best decision is to pivot to something else. They shared their own experience and advice of when they have quit their own podcasts or decided to change direction. Dave Jackson shared his experience of starting and stopping his podcast three times due to COVID and his journey to play in the local podcasting space. In the end, the conclusion is that it is up to the individual to decide when the time is right to quit a podcast, but it is important to be honest with yourself and have a conversation with someone else to make sure the decision is the right one. In this episode, you will learn the following: 1. How do you know when it's time to give up and quit on your podcast? 2. What are the key performance indicators to look for in order to determine if your podcast is making progress? 3. How do you balance two podcasts without taking away from either one of them? Podcasting Power Hour is recorded live on Twitter Spaces every Monday at 9 pm Eastern Time. To join, just follow the host, Jeff, aka The Podcast Father https://twitter.com/podcast_father, and Greg, founder of Indie Drop-In Network https://twitter.com/indiedropin on Twitter. If you would like to support the show, you can buy us a coffee: Jeff - https://www.buymeacoffee.com/podcastfather Greg - https://www.buymeacoffee.com/indiedropin If you want to advertise on the show, we have live, pre-roll, mid-roll, and integration options. Just reach out to Greg @indiedropin on Twitter or fill out our contact form https://indiedropin.com/contact/ Connect with Podcasting Power Hour: YouTube: https://youtube.com/channel/UCYL6oEZw3HgWd1qRaTLtSVA Twitter: https://twitter.com/podcastingPrwHr Website: https://podcastingpowerhour.com Recorded 11-21-2022 {@GregTest} read more read less

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