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Monday, January 30, 2023

How to Structure Your Show Episodes

There is a simple but definite structure you should follow to get the most impact from every episode of your show you create. Discover what it is in this episode.

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Creating an effective show structure is one of the most important steps in creating a successful ‘show’, whether it be a blog series, podcast, youtube channel, or whatever.

In this blog post, we’ll take a look at how to craft an effective show structure that will keep your listeners engaged and ensure they keep coming back for more.

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The first part of your show should always be an introduction. Introduce yourself, your show and what the specific episode is about.

This doesn’t (and shouldn’t) be a long thing. 30 seconds is more than enough time to do your intro.


When it comes to structuring each episode of your show, you need to make sure that you keep the body of your episode focused.

This means sticking to the main theme of the episode and making sure that each piece of content you include ties back to that theme. As you move through the body of your episode, you can provide additional context, bring on guests, and provide stories or examples.

It's important to keep things on track and to avoid having too much of a tangent. By doing this, you ensure that you provide valuable information that your listeners can use.


Once you have the structure of your show episodes laid out, it’s important to ensure that each episode contains a call-to-action.

This could be a call-to-action to subscribe to your show, leave a review, or check out your website or social media page.

The call-to-action should be concise, clear and make it easy for your listeners to take that next step. It should also be positioned at the end of the episode so it is the last thing that people hear. This will help you to create a lasting impression on your audience and increase engagement with your show.


In conclusion, structuring your show episodes is essential to creating an engaging and enjoyable experience for your audience. By following the tips outlined in this post, you can make sure your show runs smoothly and effectively.

From developing a consistent format to planning out each episode ahead of time, you can ensure you will be entertaining and informative for your listeners. With the right structure, you can create an amazing show that people will love to tune in to.

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