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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.
Have you been dreaming of hiring an editor?
As always, the podcast rumor mill is churning, so we wanted to compile some answers all in one place.
Copyright violations are no joke!
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?
With a few small steps, you can start to see your numbers grow pretty quickly.
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.
What can you do to help your podcast guests feel comfortable? Take a few lessons from Jeanine after her first time guesting on a show!
How do you know all the time you're spending on marketing is paying off? Downloads are a great place to start, but they're not the be-all, end-all.
So, you want to start monetizing your podcast, but you think you're not quite ready to go out there and pitch sponsors? We happen to disagree but, we pulled together a few monetization options for you anyways.
What do Law & Order: SVU, "While My Guitar Gently Weeps," and, maybe, your podcast have in common? They've all got guest appearances!
There are a lot of ways to monetize, but for today, we’re going to focus on one of the big ones: sponsorships.
As much as we love going to conferences and meetups, we also know that some locations don't have a large base of podcast creators–and travel is expensive!
Low-quality podcast gear or equipment that’s just ill-suited for your environment can really hold you back. But that doesn’t mean you have to spend a million dollars just to get decent sound, either.
We'll leave the greeting cards and chocolate and stick to podcasting. Namely, how to show your audience how much you love them!
Podcast benchmarking and taking the time to celebrate small successes is just as important as acknowledging failures.
Don’t be fooled by the “don’t worry, you own your content” lingo some vendors like to tout.
If you’ve been asking “should I put my podcast on YouTube?” the answer is… kinda.
The key to producing a high-quality sounding podcast is to identify and address audio problems from the start.
This phase is all about podcast production including cover artwork, music, gear, and recording and editing audio. By the end of all this phase, you’ll be one step away from your podcast going live. Let the fun of creating begin!
You just had a great interview, and are ready to put out a killer episode–wait. Should you have gotten a release from that guest?