It's easy to find popular websites recommending the same popular podcasts—mostly the “top” podcasts in iTunes. Independent niche podcasters don't get the recognition they deserve.
While cohosting Podcasters' Roundtable #70, “What Could Podcasting Be Doing Better?” we got into a discussion about the “little” podcasts with great value that aren't being featured often. We each decided to do something about that!
I listen to a lot of podcasts (mostly about podcasting, business, or podcasting business). Here are 7 of the “unpopular” podcasts I enjoy and think you might like to try.
Hosted by a separately man and woman who share from their own professional experience as speakers, authors, and therapists, as well as from their own experiences in their respective marriages. Sexy Marriage Radio brings straightforward, open, and sometimes challenging conversations to help you improve every aspect of your intimacy with your spouse!
Clinton Alvord created one of the first comedy podcasts and it's still going! Comedy4Cast used to be only 4 minutes long, but now it has more flexibility. Sometimes, it's humor from Clinton's perspective; sometimes, it's comedy sketches. In recent years, some mild profanity has made its way in, but the podcast is still enjoyable.
What are your favorite unpopular podcasts? Please blog about them on your own site and share a link to your blog post here!