Creator Spotlight: Nash
Nash and The Nash Attack Podcast
Nash, the vibrant voice behind "The Nash Attack" podcast, offers listeners a unique blend of pop culture insights, candid interviews, and personal narratives. Launched amidst a quarter-life crisis in 2016, the podcast has weathered various challenges, with Nash emphasizing the joy of self-expression over vast audience numbers.
Introducing Nash and The Nash Attack Podcast
Nash is the host of the “Nash Attack” podcast, which is your one-stop-shop for pop culture chit-chat, fun interviews with friends, open dialogues about personal issues, and whatever else pops into Nash's head!
You can check out “The Nash Attack” podcast here: https://thenashattack.com/
Tell us about your show!
The Nash Attack Podcast is your one stop shop for all things pop culture, reality television, and real life stories.
Why did you start your podcast?
The Nash Attack Podcast originally launched in 2016 during a quarter life crisis. Things have ebbed and flowed with the podcast over the years due to working full-time. After getting laid off in December 2022 and spending the first half of 2023 in a depressed haze, I decided to give The Nash Attack Podcast one more solid try!
What's been your biggest challenge?
My biggest challenge has always been the hassle of post-production copy. I love recording, I can tolerate editing, but writing show notes hurts my brain. Podium AI has alleviated my biggest production pain point.
How has podcasting impacted your personal and professional life?
I’ve never had a big audience and that’s always been okay with me. I love podcasting for the sake of getting my voice out there and having an audio log of things I’ve found interesting over the years.
What advice do you have new podcasters?
My biggest tip is that you don’t need a giant backlog of pre-recorded episodes before launching. Sometimes it’s easier to get it out there and let the podcast go in the direction it goes. Don’t be afraid to pivot your concept or take a break rather than quitting completely. Maybe your original idea is interviewing people about a certain topic but it’s hard to find guests - do it solo and lean into the things you are an expert in. Remember, you can always “re-launch.”
Anything else you'd like to share with world?
I wish every single day that they’ll name a Squishmallow, Nash.
How has Podium improved your workflow?
Podium has sped up my post-production time immensely. Sometimes I can’t remember everything I talked about in an episode and the show notes Podium creates help me hit all of the high points on my website. The keywords Podium generates helps me optimize my website SEO.