Hi everyone! In this blog post, we’re going to walk you through the process of writing podcast episode descriptions using GitScrum.
This will help you to keep track of your progress and assign tasks to team members. Let’s get started!
What are podcast episode descriptions?
Podcast episode descriptions are brief summaries of each episode that can be used to promote the episode, tease upcoming episodes or simply provide information for listeners.
They should be around 100-200 words long and include the key points that listeners can expect from the episode. The descriptions can be written before or after the episode is recorded, but it’s helpful to have a plan for them before you start recording.
That’s where GitScrum comes in.
Why are they important?
Episode descriptions are important because they are one of the most visible pieces of your podcast. They are the first thing people see when they search for podcasts on iTunes or any other podcast directory.
Additionally, episode descriptions are what people will see when they share your podcast on social media. A well-written, catchy episode description can help you attract new listeners and encourage them to subscribe to your podcast.
How to write effective podcast episode descriptions
Have you ever written a great blog post, but then struggled with the task of writing an effective description that would entice people to click?
The same principles apply to podcast episode descriptions. Here are a few tips to help you write descriptions that will hook your listeners and encourage them to tune in:
– Start with a catchy headline or sentence that will grab people’s attention.
– Summarize the main points of the episode without giving away the whole story.
– Use keywords and phrases that will help potential listeners find your podcast.
– Make sure your tone is interesting and engaging—you want people to feel like they’re getting a sneak peak into what they can expect from the episode.
GitScrum is a great way to help assign and track tasks associated with writing podcast episode descriptions. You can use it to create a collaborative environment where everyone involved in creating the episode can contribute.
How to assign tasks using GitScrum
Once you have a good idea of the tasks that need to be completed in order to produce your podcast episode, it’s time to start assigning them.
In GitScrum, this is done using the “task board.” The task board is a visual representation of the status of each task.
There are different statuses that can be assigned, depending on the task: To Do, In Progress, Completed, and Deferred. You can then move tasks between these statuses as they are completed.
This makes it easy to see at a glance which tasks still need to be completed, and which ones are already finished.
You can also see how many tasks are in each status, so you can quickly determine how much work still needs to be done.
How to create your podcast episode descriptions
Now it’s time to write your episode descriptions. This is where you’ll want to capture the essence of your episode and hook your listeners.
Start by writing a brief summary of what the episode is about. What topics will be covered? What guest(s) will be featured? How will the episode help your audience?
Once you have a good idea of what the episode is about, you can start writing the description. Be sure to use keywords and phrases that will help people find your episode.
You can also include a call to action in your description, inviting listeners to learn more or take action based on the content of your episode.
Podcast episode descriptions are a very important part of your podcast. They are the first thing people will see when they are looking for a new podcast to listen to, and they need to be effective in getting people to listen to your podcast.
By using GitScrum, you can easily assign tasks to each member of your team, and make sure that everyone is on the same page.