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Podcast...

Would you listen to a TUG Podcast?

  • Yes

    Votes: 3 50.0%
  • No

    Votes: 3 50.0%

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RastaManCan

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Like everyone else my time is in high demand. I love this forum and struggle finding time to read. The information here is worth so much more than the membership costs. That being said I'd happily PAY to listen to a TUG PODCAST because I have much more time to listen. I think that by itself would be and incredible career oppertunity for the right person. Properly coordinated could provide great friendships, interviews, airfares, and travel oppertunities. Free or greatly discounted. Ooppps. Well the cats out of the bag now!
 

bluehende

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It would certainly be dependent on the subject. I would guess I would listen to 75% of them.
 

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Please note that the OP is a guest with one post, and that TUG is not considering adding a podcast.
 

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Well, This is my second paid membership to TUG. I followed for a while and then took a break. So I decided to renew with a different email. It was just a thought I had after signing back up. Anyway, i will continue to read, learn, and comment. Maybe soon I can become more than a guest.
 

silentg

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Welcome back
 

1Kflyerguy

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I like Podcasts and subscribe to quite a few of them. I like the idea of podcast about Timesharing, but not sure how basing a Podcast on Tug would work. Just reading the threads would not make for a good experience. I have tried a few podcasts published by magazines or newspapers and the the ones that just read the article are often boring. You need a bit more interaction, a good podcast is more like a talk radio show. At least in my opinion those are usually the best ones.
 

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I think the better question is, would you listen to a timeshare related podcast? I have moved my timeshare related videos that I had on our travel YouTube channel to a channel dedicated to just timeshare videos. It now has over 30 videos.

There really is very little content on YouTube about timesharing unless it has to do with how someone was ripped off or tutorials for the sales reps on how to be better timeshare sales people. There really is no YouTube timesharing community like you see with cruising, Disney or travel in general. Those both have huge YouTube communities with hundreds of vloggers in each category putting out regular content and hosting live videos. Timesharing is a much smaller niche than any of those, but I figured I would put up timesharing videos just to that channel and see where it led. I have considered a podcast, but don't really know how that all works and just finding the time to create the video content for my existing channel is a huge constraint.
 
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