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Automate your podcast show notes with AI

Hey, Podcasters!!

I'm Louis and I run a transcription company named Spread (https://getspread.io/).

I'm wondering if any of you podcasters like the idea of your transcripts being turned into podcast show notes (and a separate blog post) automatically, which would include:

  • Overview (automated)
  • Key takeaways (semi-automated)
  • Transcript (you inputted originally)
  • Summary (automated)

and also a blog post constructed from your transcript (automated).

Would this be of use to you?

Is this useful to you? and would you pay for it (comment below)
  1. Yes, useful to me!
  2. No, not useful to me!
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    Louis, I think this would be really valuable to podcasters/agencies. A lot of the time can go into show notes and I think a lot of podcasters can be lazy when it comes time to start writing. I took a poll on Reddit /podcasters about show notes and 66% don't even do them. They just write a brief description. (https://www.reddit.com/r/podcasting/comments/os7oto/how_detailed_are_your_episode_notes/)

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      Michael, thank you so much!!! That means the world to me!

      I checked out JumpLink the other day funny enough - another great idea and seems liek you already have a decent userbase?

      I'll check out that reddit post now too :)

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        Of course! Would like to hear more about what you're working on.

        Not a huge userbase yet! Still working on that part. Hopefully it looks decent enough to get people to start using JumpLinks. I see it as a slow adoption but very doable. Still tinkering with the product and finding the right messages to use with various users. Thanks for taking a look! Would love your feedback on ways to make it better.

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    Hey @Riva, would this be of interest to you? (might save your agency a lot of time!)

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