-Podcast, but on twitter!
I host interesting people on my “Todcast”. I created this term and category for my love of twitter and podcasts. Todcast is basically a podcast but on twitter.
Some major highlights of the todcast:
– Twitter native: Todcast (short for twitter podcast) exists entirely on twitter
– Building in Public: All invites for the todcast are sent in public via a video tweet and accepted or rejected in public. No backstage conversations!
– Asynchronous: The guests can answer when they get online, no need to stay online when the todcast is going on. It takes no extra time to be a todcast guest, you can be a guest on one in almost the same time you’re already spending on twitter.
– Answer in 1 tweet: Answers to questions have to be under 280 characters each. Since we’re doing this on twitter we have to play by their rules.
Here’s the launch tweet, where I personally explain how this is run 👇
Episode 1 with Jordon Connor (@jdnoc)
Jordon is an indie-hacker. His business “Closet Tools” generates $400k in passive income every year. In this thread, he talks about being an indie-hacker, his aversion for doing cold emails/sales calls, long term actions, parenting and more. You can view the complete thread from the embedded thread below.
Episode 2 with @thisisKP
KP is known as “Build in Public” guy on twitter. He also heads OnDeck’s No-code fellowship. In this thread he talks about what made him start building in public, how’s it working at BeOnDeck with the smartest people around. He even shared his highly-resourceful cheatsheet for no-code, you should definitely check that out! Link to the entire thread below.
Episode 3 with Ankit Kumar (@ankitkr0)
Ankit is the most curious guy I know. This man’s incredibly aware of all things startups. In this thread he talks about the trends he’s seeing in the startup ecosystem, how to build a career on the internet and why he’s a big Dhoni fan. Find it all in the thread below.
Episode 4 with Tanvi Raut Dessai (@trdessai)
Tanvi is on a mission to redefine tech and business reporting in India. She runs Filter Coffee, a daily newsletter with the latest in tech and business but in a not-boring way. In this thread she talks about how Filter Coffee came into being, how difficult it is to run an everyday newsletter, her advice for Indian youngsters and much more. Find it all from the thread below.
Episode 5 with Supriya Paul (@supriyapaul93)
Supriya is Co-founder and CEO, Josh Talks. At Josh, they’re inspiring, informing, upskilling India in 10+ languages with over 1 Billion+ views on youtube. In this thread, Supriya shares some insights on “BHARAT”, being a woman CEO, plans on going international and much more. Find it all in the thread below.
More episodes will be updated here as they happen..