Side Project Ideas #10 - Podchat

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Side Project Ideas (15 Part Series)

1) Side Project Ideas #1 - Been there T-Shirts 2) Side Project Ideas #2 - The Headline 3 ... 13 3) Side Project Ideas #3 - Birthday ABC 4) Side Project Ideas #4 - Help for self-learners 5) Side Project Ideas #5 - From X to Y 6) Side Project Ideas #6 - Local Product Hunt 7) Side Project Ideas #7 - Get shit done - Mentor chat app 8) Side Project Ideas #8 - Coffeeshop 9) Side Project Ideas #9 - Crowd sourced decisions 10) Side Project Ideas #10 - Podchat 11) Side Project Ideas #11 Job board for working in small companies which want to stay small 12) Side Project Ideas #12 - <20 minutes podcasts about X 13) Side Project Ideas #13 - Local yelp reversed 14) Side Project Ideas #14 - Choose the boring path 15) Side Project Ideas #15 - Simple pre-order to takeaway PWA - hosted on a restaurant's subdomain.

Podcast app where you can chat with the people who listend to the episode.

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There's an app for that, it's called YouTube ;)

 

Haha, yeah, but do you listen to podcasts on youtube? Comments below a video is one thing, but when you're asked to talk about this episode of a podcast is another. Not really a comment section, maybe instead fixed questions and open discussion. The idea is half baked :P

 

This is part of a larger problem. Podcasts are published on multiple platforms, so people interact on multiple platforms. In the old days, people had their own websites and blogs, now it's unusual to have own website, rather publish on a platform. To reach more people - you publish on multiple platforms. There are additional problems, like apple's walled garden.
Existing "comments" embedded in social media platforms are behind for example comments here.

If you could make app for podcasts that will be at least as easy to use as that one from Google, it might be successful.

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