| Howdy there, readers, listeners, viewers…!? This is Trey with PostBordem and if you’ve found this site you either know me personally or have fallen down the rabbit hole of niche content creators. Either way, thanks for checking out this site and for checking out this post.
| Why the zero in the title you might ask? Well, PostBordem started on YouTube after I uploaded a How to Vacation video about my trip to Montana/Idaho at the end of 2019, but here in March of 2021 I’m transitioning my focus to the PostBordem website (originally hosted by WordPress) where I’m currently trying to get into podcasting, and currently I’m not sure how the transition is going to go. I’ve had to build a whole new site and it doesn’t seem to like .MP3s too well (I might have to upload .MP4 videos and just podcast that way) but hopefully things will be okay and fingers crossed y’all will get to see more of my content here.
| But wait you might also add. Why the blog and why the podcast when you apparently already have a YouTube channel? Isn’t YouTube the bigger better platform? And to that I would have to agree. Undoubtedly I would get more eyes and much better coverage on YouTube. I don’t plan on completely dropping YouTube I’m just going to be narrowing my focus. I felt like I was trying to cast my net over too broad a topic range, so for the foreseeable future I will be limiting my YouTube channel to tutorials and documentary style content and as for this site I will be using it to upload book reviews (an unexpected but welcome refinement of my goal to read more books), and as for podcasts. I’m going to use them to cover my more off topic interest. My hope is that I can save more time in the long run this way. I’ll be able to rant and ramble without having to shoot as much video and can more easy separate it from my other content if people want to skip it. So again thanks for sticking with me and welcome to the site you’re a part of the club now.
| As for the actual “podcast” I have for you today it’s nothing special. I’m just uploading the royalty free playlist that I created for my YouTube channel. It consist of the first few songs that YouTube offered me six months after I started my channel. I just thought it was cool that YouTube offered so much high quality content that I didn’t have to source myself, and apparently a lot of other people were interested in that kind of stuff, too. As of the time of this writing I’ve had over 1 thousand views on that video smashing my other videos by a magnitude of 1 to 100. Anyway, think of this as more of a high quality test so feel free to skip it if you choose but definitely be looking out for Podcast #1 whenever it comes out. —Until next time, God bless.
— Musicians: Various
— Author: TBryantS