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One in four people has a disability, and the truth is, some of them might be having a tough time accessing your podcast.
As you might expect for people that work at a podcasting company, we listen to a lot of podcasts. Here are a few from April.
We love to highlight Simplecast members who are totally killing it. This week, we decided to ask Aliza Kelly a few questions to learn what she does #OnSimplecast.
Have you been dreaming of hiring an editor?
We're excited to shout out some new shows using Simplecast. From world history and film to Instagram marketing–go give them a listen!
As always, the podcast rumor mill is churning, so we wanted to compile some answers all in one place.
Meet Simplecast's senior front end developer!
There's nothing surprising about families listening to podcasts together other than the fact that its taken us so long to get here!
At its core, Patreon is a platform for creators to rally support from their fans.
So what’s the secret? Should you post weekly? Every ninth day? At 11:11 am, or only when the moon is full?
Meet Simplecast's Senior Front End Developer!
We aim to give you all the tools to convince your boss to let your inner Marc Maron go wild.
Remember when we hosting a killer panel at YouTube Space LA with some of the brightest minds in the business? And remember when lots of people in not-LA asked us to do an event in their neck of the woods? We listened!
As you might expect for people that work at a podcasting company, we listen to a lot of podcasts. Here are a few from March.
Don't let it tax you!
How do you put an end to burnout? Lots of brainstorming and staying in touch with the latest news and culture will keep your mind full of great episode ideas.
Lex Rofeberg of the popular podcast Judaism Unbound recently surpassed the million-listen milestone with the help of Simplecast. To celebrate this awesome achievement, we spent some time chatting with Lex about his podcasting journey.
Meet Dane Cardiel, Simplecast's Director of Partnerships
We get a lot of questions from podcasters about merch–when's the right time to start making it? how do you handle shipping it? can you actually make money?–so we chatted with Nate Peretic, co-founder of Cotton Bureau.
You've got a huge back catalogue of episodes–how can you make them work for you?
No studio? No problem.
One great way to gently ease your nascent podcast out of its cocoon–and probably pick up a few loyal fans in the process–is to host an in-person listening party.
As you might expect for people that work at a podcasting company, we listen to a lot of podcasts. Here are a few from February.