If you find something that works well let me know. I use a call-in
number, email, contact form, blog comments and twitter.
I am considering opening up a ustream during the recording session.
Also considering a forum.
We get very few calls and a fair number of emails and contacts using
the web form. We get very little interaction from twitter (haven't
What I find peculiar - The Handyguys Podcast offers free home
improvement advice. People email us questions, we answer those
questions very expertly and very quickly. We then pick and choose what
questions to use 'on the air' when we record. We mix the listener
questions and our answers with other related content.
When we reply to an email with a great answer usually we get no reply,
no Thank You, no nothing. It goes into a black hole. Could be spam
filters maybe. I find the same thing on forums.
--- In email@example.com, "Mike Pfeiffer" <mikelod_1@...> wrote:
> I'm setting up plans for another podcast called "I Going To Say This
> About That." I'd like the podcast to be very interactive (but not
> "live"), as the objective of the podcast will be to get people's
> viewpoints on different subjects or issues. Are there any new tools
> for getting audio feedback like the K7 line or talkshoe? Or, What do
> you find is the best and easiest way for getting audio feedback/input
> for your show?
> (btw, if you are interested in contributing to a podcast like the one
> I described above please contact me, separate from this group.)
> Mike Pfeiffer aka Mikel O.D.