Sept. 13, 2022

Test Case to Do Straight Through Processing of Podcasts

Test Case to Do Straight Through Processing of Podcasts

Here is a rough transcription:

Hey, this is Justin It is Tuesday morning, September 13 2022, messing around with straight through processing of podcast right now to spend down, gotten about 430 In the morning the last couple of days and have been...


Here is a rough transcription:

Hey, this is Justin It is Tuesday morning, September 13 2022, messing around with straight through processing of podcast right now to spend down, gotten about 430 In the morning the last couple of days and have been updating categories for over 500 podcasts that I've got, and also been adding the transcripts to the, to the original podcasts, I want to see if I can do all of the production aspects when we're when we're doing the original, the original creation, and I know that there's gonna be some on the back end, some editing that has to get done on the back end to like for SEO tags and those sorts of things. And it's all sorted in the concept of how do we get an idea from? How do we get something that's rattling around inside of our head get it communicated.

And that's what this audio message is, and then get it into a place where it can be discoverable by the world, right? And there's like, like, you can put a book out, right, but a book takes a long period of time and what is like the minimum nugget of information.

And what I've come to the conclusion about is blog posts because they're the one of the most discoverable things by Google. And so you can you Yeah, they're discoverable by Google. And they can be they can be accessed by search engines and the best way to do that is through word. So what I do is I take these, the original audio messages and then I take the transcripts on the back end.

So this is just an experiment of doing straight through podcasts. Straight through processing of our podcasts.