This is going to be a short post sharing exciting news with my listeners.
The first piece of news is that I will resume publishing episodes again starting in 2021.
The second exciting news is I’m rebranding the podcast. The reason I decided to rebrand is because frankly, “Dishing with Delishes” is hard to say. It doesn’t quite roll off the tongue easily.
So, from now on, the podcast will be known as the Dishing podcast.
I would like to call out and thank Vladi from LiL Creative Digital Agency for my new logo! I absolutely love it. If you need a logo, don’t hesitate to reach out to him.
I also want to give Charles Smith from WPopt for the fast, easy and professional service he provided by redirecting the website and all the posts to the new Dishing dot co url.
Charles is professional and his customer service is outstanding, which is why I kept Dishing on his hosting service at WPopt.
If you are starting out or want to move from other dirt cheap hosting companies (and you know who I’m talking about) but you’re not making enough money to justify a big expense, Charles has all different tiers of hosting. (And by the way, I am not an affiliate, just my honest opinion.)
What to expect
I want to set myself up for podcast longevity and success, so I will be publishing one episode a month. Which means there will be 12 episodes a year. The only time I will deviate is if I have a burning desire to share some information with you. But that will be just me speaking.
Having fewer episodes, will ensure that I will have less of a chance of getting burnt out. It will also give me time to be able to interview AND edit the episodes without feeling like I’m on a treadmill.
I will be asking a lot of the same questions, so the show will have the same format. But I will be adding a few new questions.
But please, I need your help. If you want to hear me ask future guests something specific, would you reach out to me and let me know?
I would greatly appreciate it. 🙂
Okay that’s my news……
Stay tuned for my special episode where I discuss what I learned during my hiatus.
Until then, stay safe and ‘talk’ to you soon.