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Finally there’s a podcast for podcasters. Every week join hosts Kyle Cummings and Mickenzie Vought as they share the knowledge and expertise they've gained from years of launching, running, and promoting successful podcasts. Whether you're an aspiring podcaster or you've already got hundreds of episodes under your belt, these conversations dive into the topics that matter to every podcaster — from marketing and growing your podcast, to recording equipment and best practices, monetization, cutting-edge tools, hiring help, and much more.
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April 2, 2024 marks the end of Google Podcasts as Google makes a significant shift towards hosting podcasts on YouTube Music. What does that mean for your show? And what if you're creating a new show? We're breaking it all down for you in this episode. We're also going to cover the importance of setting up a YouTube channel, utilizing YouTube Studio for podcast management, and the advantages of YouTube as a podcasting platform — including enhanced discoverability and the ability to engage with audiences through video content. Are you feeling stuck with your podcast? Learn about our Podcast Strategy Sessions.00:46 The End of Google Podcasts: What It Means for Podcasters04:25 How to Transition EXISTING Podcasts to YouTube Music06:43 Setting Up A NEW Podcast on YouTube Music09:38 Why YouTube is Essential for Podcasters13:14 Upcoming Episodes: Optimizing Your YouTube PresenceNew podcaster? Grab the Podcast Starter Kit.--------------------------------------------► Need help launching a podcast? We do that!► Need a professional podcast editor? It's our specialty.► Recommended Podcast GearMicrophoneHeadphonesEarbudsWebcam► Recording remote podcasts like us? Use Riverside!► We use Transitor.fm to host our podcast and you should, too.Disclosure: We only endorse products and services that we’ve personally used or come highly recommended by trusted sources. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases. We may receive a small commission at no extra cost to you.
Have you heard of the bestselling book 'Steal Like an Artist'? Well, today we're going to teach how to steal like a podcaster — how to overcome creativity slumps and refresh your content. We're giving you techniques for identifying key influences and remixing ideas to create something new, all while maintaining your show's authenticity. We also touch on overcoming imposter syndrome and share our own strategies for continuous improvement and audience engagement.Are you feeling stuck with your podcast? Learn about our Podcast Strategy Sessions.02:17 Infusing Your Podcast with Creativity: Steal Like an Artist03:26 Identifying Influences and Innovating Your Podcast06:11 Embracing Your Unique Voice and Style12:17 Optimizing Your Podcast: Strategy Sessions and GrowthNew podcaster? Grab the Podcast Starter Kit.--------------------------------------------► Need help launching a podcast? We do that!► Need a professional podcast editor? It's our specialty.► Recommended Podcast GearMicrophoneHeadphonesEarbudsWebcam► Recording remote podcasts like us? Use Riverside!► We use Transitor.fm to host our podcast and you should, too.Disclosure: We only endorse products and services that we’ve personally used or come highly recommended by trusted sources. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases. We may receive a small commission at no extra cost to you.
Welcome back to the Podcircle Podcast! For those of you who recently found the podcast, we're re-airing one of our most popular episodes. “I have an idea, let’s push record and figure it out as we go.” Unfortunately, this is not a winning strategy to launching a successful podcast. There’s a lot that goes into making a podcast from ideation to putting your first episode out into the world. We’re here to break it all down for you — from strategy and production to distribution and marketing.Are you feeling stuck with your podcast? Learn about our Podcast Strategy Sessions.STRATEGY0:00 Intro2:57 Create a strategy4:48 Brainstorm guests5:37 Develop a content plan6:00 Determine episode length and release cadence6:46 Write Show Description7:04 Podcast ArtworkPRODUCTION8:00 Gather equipment9:52 Select music11:26 Write intro and outro segments12:50 Recording remote podcasts?13:35 Record your first episodesDISTRIBUTION15:08 Setting up podcast host16:14 Distributing to Apple, Spotify, Google, etc17:12 Create a podcast website18:17 Create social media templates19:39 Publish trailer and first episode20:04 Celebrate!!New podcaster? Grab the Podcast Starter Kit.--------------------------------------------► Need help launching a podcast? We do that!► Need a professional podcast editor? It's our specialty.► Recommended Podcast GearMicrophoneHeadphonesEarbudsWebcam► Recording remote podcasts like us? Use Riverside!► We use Transitor.fm to host our podcast and you should, too.Disclosure: We only endorse products and services that we’ve personally used or come highly recommended by trusted sources. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases. We may receive a small commission at no extra cost to you.
We're re-airing one of most popular episodes of the Podcircle Podcast this week. If you've notice a big change in your download numbers, tune in — it may not actually mean a drop in listenership!Did your download numbers drop late last year? We discuss the recent iOS 17 update, its impact on your podcast downloads and why this shift isn't necessarily a sign that your podcast audience is declining — we'll explain everything! We also emphasize the importance of looking beyond download numbers alone to properly gauge a show's success. Join us!Mentioned in this episode:  Episode 9. Are You "Winning" With Your Podcast?Are you feeling stuck with your podcast? Learn about our Podcast Strategy Sessions.01:18 The Impact of Apple's Podcast’s Recent Update06:01 The Effect on Podcast Metrics06:27 Looking Beyond Downloads Numbers10:34 The Importance of Quality Content11:02 Optimizing Your Show12:52 Keeping Your Show Top of Mind14:35 Tracking Your Show's PerformanceNew podcaster? Grab the Podcast Starter Kit.--------------------------------------------► Need help launching a podcast? We do that!► Need a professional podcast editor? It's our specialty.► Recommended Podcast GearMicrophoneHeadphonesEarbudsWebcam► Recording remote podcasts like us? Use Riverside!► We use Transitor.fm to host our podcast and you should, too.Disclosure: We only endorse products and services that we’ve personally used or come highly recommended by trusted sources. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases. We may receive a small commission at no extra cost to you.
This week, we're re-airing our very first (and most popular) episode of the Podcircle Podcast. If you're new to the show, we wanted to introduce ourselves by going back to the very beginning and asking maybe the most important question — why should I (or shouldn't I) start a podcast?You’ve got an idea to share, a message to spread, or customers to reach, and you’re ready to start! Podcasting has the potential to meet your goals and beyond. Did you know that only 21% of podcast achieve more than 10 episodes? So before you press record, check out why we think you shouldn’t start a podcast and the four reasons we think you should.Are you feeling stuck with your podcast? Learn about our Podcast Strategy Sessions.WHY YOU SHOULDN'T START A PODCAST1:11 You want quick results3:54 You want people to find your podcast organically6:51 You don't know what you're about8:55 You're trying to do it all yourselfWHY YOU SHOULD START A PODCAST13:48 You want to increase brand awareness and loyalty17:00 You have a product or service to talk about19:55 You want to establish yourself as an authority in your space20:47 You want to network with others in your fieldNew podcaster? Grab the Podcast Starter Kit.--------------------------------------------► Need help launching a podcast? We do that!► Need a professional podcast editor? It's our specialty.► Recommended Podcast GearMicrophoneHeadphonesEarbudsWebcam► Recording remote podcasts like us? Use Riverside!► We use Transitor.fm to host our podcast and you should, too.Disclosure: We only endorse products and services that we’ve personally used or come highly recommended by trusted sources. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases. We may receive a small commission at no extra cost to you.
We are delving into the crucial distinction between a target market and a target audience and emphasizing the importance of specificity in content creation to effectively connect with and appeal to your desired audience. We're also offering practical tips to analyze your current client base, understand audience demographics and habits, and aligning content with your audience's goals, problems, and fears. Whether you are a new or seasoned podcasters, we're here to provide valuable insights into optimizing podcast content and marketing strategies to meet your target audience's needs.Are you feeling stuck with your podcast? Learn about our Podcast Strategy Sessions.00:42 Diving Deep into Your Ideal Audience01:08 Defining and Connecting with Your Target Audience03:56 Identifying Your Audience's Habits and Preferences06:16 Aligning Your Content with Customer Goals08:12 Addressing Problems and Fears09:41 Iterative Feedback: Refining Your Audience StrategyNew podcaster? Grab the Podcast Starter Kit.--------------------------------------------► Need help launching a podcast? We do that!► Need a professional podcast editor? It's our specialty.► Recommended Podcast GearMicrophoneHeadphonesEarbudsWebcam► Recording remote podcasts like us? Use Riverside!► We use Transitor.fm to host our podcast and you should, too.Disclosure: We only endorse products and services that we’ve personally used or come highly recommended by trusted sources. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases. We may receive a small commission at no extra cost to you.
This week, we're sharing 5 strategic ways podcasters can promote and sell their products and services. We emphasis the importance of building trust and rapport by freely offering expertise, demonstrating value through problem-solving, sharing customer success stories, and inviting listeners to a deeper relationship. If you're looking to level-up your podcast to market your business's products and services, this episode if for you. Let's dive in!Are you feeling stuck with your podcast? Learn about our Podcast Strategy Sessions.01:23 Building Trust and Humanizing Your Brand02:01 Show, Don't Tell: Demonstrating Value03:02 Solving Listener Problems with Your Expertise04:22 Leveraging Customer Success Stories05:24 Deepening Relationships with Your Audience07:42 Utilizing Dynamic Ad Campaigns11:22 Maximizing Your Podcast's Marketing EfficiencyNew podcaster? Grab the Podcast Starter Kit.--------------------------------------------► Need help launching a podcast? We do that!► Need a professional podcast editor? It's our specialty.► Recommended Podcast GearMicrophoneHeadphonesEarbudsWebcam► Recording remote podcasts like us? Use Riverside!► We use Transitor.fm to host our podcast and you should, too.Disclosure: We only endorse products and services that we’ve personally used or come highly recommended by trusted sources. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases. We may receive a small commission at no extra cost to you.
What is the 'why' behind starting a podcast? How do you set clear goals and identify your ideal listener? What success looks like in your show? These are all crucial questions to ask before you start your podcast. And if you already have a podcast, it's never too late to return to these questions to increase clarity and focus around your show. We're here to help you think strategically about their podcast's direction and goals. Join us!Are you feeling stuck with your podcast? Learn about our Podcast Strategy Sessions.01:40 The Importance of 'Why' in Podcasting02:31 Setting Clear Goals for Your Podcast05:51 Defining Your Ideal Listener09:21 What Does Success Look Like for Your Podcast?12:34 Investing in Your Podcast: Time, Energy, and Resources15:03 How Podcircle Can Elevate Your Podcasting GameNew podcaster? Grab the Podcast Starter Kit.--------------------------------------------► Need help launching a podcast? We do that!► Need a professional podcast editor? It's our specialty.► Recommended Podcast GearMicrophoneHeadphonesEarbudsWebcam► Recording remote podcasts like us? Use Riverside!► We use Transitor.fm to host our podcast and you should, too.Disclosure: We only endorse products and services that we’ve personally used or come highly recommended by trusted sources. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases. We may receive a small commission at no extra cost to you.
Podcasting is an EXPENSIVE hobby — if that's all that it is. In this episode, we're talking about why treating your podcast purely as a hobby is a bad idea. The challenges of time, necessity of research, and the required financial investment in creating and maintaining a high-quality podcast are why most "hobby podcasts" fail — especially for those attempting to do everything on their own. As always, we recommend outsourcing as much as you can (editing, clip creation, etc), but comes with its own costs. Rather, it is important to think of your podcast as a business. Tune and to find out why!Are you feeling stuck with your podcast? Learn about our Podcast Strategy Sessions.00:51 The Controversy: Podcasting Beyond a Hobby02:10 The Unsustainability of Hobby Podcasting04:28 The "Vanity Project" Dilemma06:12 Strategies for Sustainable Podcasting07:01 Monetizing Your Podcast Beyond Selling Ads08:41 Providing Value and Asking for Support11:33 More Than Just a Hobby12:41 How PodCircle Can Elevate Your Podcasting JourneyNew podcaster? Grab the Podcast Starter Kit.--------------------------------------------► Need help launching a podcast? We do that!► Need a professional podcast editor? It's our specialty.► Recommended Podcast GearMicrophoneHeadphonesEarbudsWebcam► Recording remote podcasts like us? Use Riverside!► We use Transitor.fm to host our podcast and you should, too.Disclosure: We only endorse products and services that we’ve personally used or come highly recommended by trusted sources. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases. We may receive a small commission at no extra cost to you.
The best way to optimize your time and effectively market your business is to start a podcast. Does that sound counterintuitive? "But I thought maintaining a consistent podcast takes a TON of time..." you might say. It can... but it doesn't have to. And we would argue that it shouldn't. The amount of content that can be produced out of a 30-45 minute podcast episode is astounding and we're going to tell you all about it in this week's episode. That's the value of starting a podcast as a business owner.Are you feeling stuck with your podcast? Learn about our Podcast Strategy Sessions.00:44 Why Your Business Needs a Podcast01:37 Understanding Business Podcasts03:11 Benefits of Starting a Podcast for Your Business06:36 Streamlining Content Creation with Podcasts08:31 Optimizing Your Time with Podcasting09:45 Outsourcing Your Weaknesses and Building a Podcast Team10:27 The Impact of Podcasting on Your BusinessNew podcaster? Grab the Podcast Starter Kit.--------------------------------------------► Need help launching a podcast? We do that!► Need a professional podcast editor? It's our specialty.► Recommended Podcast GearMicrophoneHeadphonesEarbudsWebcam► Recording remote podcasts like us? Use Riverside!► We use Transitor.fm to host our podcast and you should, too.Disclosure: We only endorse products and services that we’ve personally used or come highly recommended by trusted sources. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases. We may receive a small commission at no extra cost to you.
We're continuing our discussion on the role of AI in podcasting. In this episode, we're deep diving on the use of AI for video captions, video post-production, and various transcription services. We highlight different AI tools and their features, as well as the importance of utilizing transcriptions for SEO and accessibility purposes. And we continue to emphasize that AI is an amazing TOOL for everyday podcasters, BUT you'll still need to go back and edit it for accuracy. Join us!Are you feeling stuck with your podcast? Learn about our Podcast Strategy Sessions.01:05 ICYMI: Our Episode On Riverside vs. Descript02:52 Should You Start a Video Podcast?03:25 The Power of AI Video Captions06:30 AI in Video Post Production09:54 The Role of Transcriptions in Podcasting13:18 Apple Podcasts New Transcription Feature15:31 Kyle's Use Case for Podcast TranscriptionsNew podcaster? Grab the Podcast Starter Kit.--------------------------------------------► Need help launching a podcast? We do that!► Need a professional podcast editor? It's our specialty.► Recommended Podcast GearMicrophoneHeadphonesEarbudsWebcam► Recording remote podcasts like us? Use Riverside!► We use Transitor.fm to host our podcast and you should, too.Disclosure: We only endorse products and services that we’ve personally used or come highly recommended by trusted sources. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases. We may receive a small commission at no extra cost to you.
AI, oh my! We're comparing 2 popular platforms for modern podcasters — Riverside.fm and Descript. At first glance, you may think these are totally different platforms. Most think of Riverside as a great remote recording platform and Descript as a fantastic text-based audio/video editor. However, a closer look will reveal that they are actually very similar in what they offer. Riverside has recently rolled out a suite of AI features, including text-based editing and AI-generated show notes. And Descript just acquired SquadCast, a rival remote recording platform to Riverside. But how do these 2 platforms match up? What are the pros and cons? Tune in to find out!Are you feeling stuck with your podcast? Learn about our Podcast Strategy Sessions.01:05 AI and its Impact on Podcasting01:52 Exploring AI Platforms: Riverside and Descript03:50 Riverside's AI Features04:25 Riverside vs Descript: A Comparative Analysis04:43 Pros and Cons of Riverside's Show Notes Writing08:17 Riverside's Editing Function and Magic Clips12:35 Descript: A Powerful Platform for Podcast Editing16:22 Summing Up: The Best of Both WorldsNew podcaster? Grab the Podcast Starter Kit.--------------------------------------------► Need help launching a podcast? We do that!► Need a professional podcast editor? It's our specialty.► Recommended Podcast GearMicrophoneHeadphonesEarbudsWebcam► Recording remote podcasts like us? Use Riverside!► We use Transitor.fm to host our podcast and you should, too.Disclosure: We only endorse products and services that we’ve personally used or come highly recommended by trusted sources. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases. We may receive a small commission at no extra cost to you.
This week, we're talking about the top 6 reasons podcasters are abandoning Zoom for remote recording platforms Riverside.fm. We talk about Zoom's quick rise during COVID, but also where it falls short as a recording solution for podcasters. We also deep dive into what Riverside does really well — and where it is lacking. Join us!Need help getting started with Riverside? Book a training call with Kyle.Are you feeling stuck with your podcast? Learn about our Podcast Strategy Sessions.01:08 The Rise of Zoom During Covid01:36 Riverside's High Definition Audio and Video02:29 The Advantage of Riverside's Local Recording03:34 The Importance of Having a Backup in Podcasting06:51 Riverside's AI Tools and Features09:15 Interactive Guest Opportunities with Riverside12:49 The Convenience of Riverside's All-in-One PlatformNew podcaster? Grab the Podcast Starter Kit.--------------------------------------------► Need help launching a podcast? We do that!► Need a professional podcast editor? It's our specialty.► Recommended Podcast GearMicrophoneHeadphonesEarbudsWebcam► Recording remote podcasts like us? Use Riverside!► We use Transitor.fm to host our podcast and you should, too.Disclosure: We only endorse products and services that we’ve personally used or come highly recommended by trusted sources. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases. We may receive a small commission at no extra cost to you.
Did your download numbers drop late last year? We discuss the recent iOS 17 update, its impact on your podcast downloads and why this shift isn't necessarily a sign that your podcast audience is declining — we'll explain everything! We also emphasize the importance of looking beyond download numbers alone to properly gauge a show's success. Join us!Mentioned in this episode:  Episode 9. Are You "Winning" With Your Podcast?Are you feeling stuck with your podcast? Learn about our Podcast Strategy Sessions.01:18 The Impact of Apple's Podcast’s Recent Update06:01 The Effect on Podcast Metrics06:27 Looking Beyond Downloads Numbers10:34 The Importance of Quality Content11:02 Optimizing Your Show12:52 Keeping Your Show Top of Mind14:35 Tracking Your Show's PerformanceNew podcaster? Grab the Podcast Starter Kit.--------------------------------------------► Need help launching a podcast? We do that!► Need a professional podcast editor? It's our specialty.► Recommended Podcast GearMicrophoneHeadphonesEarbudsWebcam► Recording remote podcasts like us? Use Riverside!► We use Transitor.fm to host our podcast and you should, too.Disclosure: We only endorse products and services that we’ve personally used or come highly recommended by trusted sources. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases. We may receive a small commission at no extra cost to you.
Does your podcast feel like a weekly crisis? "Oh no, we need to record an episode for next week!" You might need a podcast producer. We're going to talk about exactly what a podcast producer does. And — are they the same as a podcast editor? Part content strategist, part project manager, a podcast producer's job is to ensure the show gets out consistently and to manage the process and the people involved in making a quality show. This person where's A LOT of hats. So let's get into it!Are you feeling stuck with your podcast? Learn about our Podcast Strategy Sessions.1:19 Podcast Producer vs. Podcast Editor1:48 What is a Podcast Producer responsible for?6:57 What you can gain from hiring a Podcast Producer9:00 The 10,000 ft view and the 5 ft view10:54 Part project manager, part ninja12:02 How to prioritize outsourcing your podcast productionNew podcaster? Grab the Podcast Starter Kit.--------------------------------------------► Need help launching a podcast? We do that!► Need a professional podcast editor? It's our specialty.► Recommended Podcast GearMicrophoneHeadphonesEarbudsWebcam► Recording remote podcasts like us? Use Riverside!► We use Transitor.fm to host our podcast and you should, too.Disclosure: We only endorse products and services that we’ve personally used or come highly recommended by trusted sources. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases. We may receive a small commission at no extra cost to you.
You probably aren't a marketer — and that's OKAY! You didn't start a podcast to THEN spend your time figuring out how to market it and grow your show. In this episode, we're going to continue talking about how to build out your ideal podcast team. After all, behind every great podcast is a team of experts. And that's certainly the case when it comes to podcast marketing.Are you feeling stuck with your podcast? Learn about our Podcast Strategy Sessions.2:22 Your time is worth something3:27 Create quality short form clips4:24 Clips, show notes, blogs & newsletters5:10 Get 1 month of content in a few hours3:37 Compelling & consistent brand voice6:30 Copy needs of every podcast7:29 Increase results by outsourcing9:35 Top ways people find new podcastsNew podcaster? Grab the Podcast Starter Kit.--------------------------------------------► Need help launching a podcast? We do that!► Need a professional podcast editor? It's our specialty.► Recommended Podcast GearMicrophoneHeadphonesEarbudsWebcam► Recording remote podcasts like us? Use Riverside!► We use Transitor.fm to host our podcast and you should, too.Disclosure: We only endorse products and services that we’ve personally used or come highly recommended by trusted sources. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases. We may receive a small commission at no extra cost to you.
The joke in podcasting is that you spend 30 minutes recording a podcast AND THEN spend 3 hours editing it. That's not a very good use of your time and it ultimately leads to "podcast burn out". In the next few episodes, we're talking about assembling your podcast team. And we believe the very first thing you should do is hire out your editing. We're also going to draw a distinction between hiring freelancers from Fiverr and Upwork and hiring experienced, professional editors. And if you want to see a professional audio editor in action, watch this video of Kyle at work!WATCH: Fixing Crosstalk and Stutters in Remote RecordingsAre you feeling stuck with your podcast? Learn about our Podcast Strategy Sessions.1:51 The first thing you should outsources is podcast editing4:16 You get increased audio quality5:12 A word about "professional editors" on Fiverr and Upwork6:41 Maintaining consistency9:07 Give your listeners a seamless listening experience12:20 Is it time to outsource your editing?New podcaster? Grab the Podcast Starter Kit.--------------------------------------------► Need help launching a podcast? We do that!► Need a professional podcast editor? It's our specialty.► Recommended Podcast GearMicrophoneHeadphonesEarbudsWebcam► Recording remote podcasts like us? Use Riverside!► We use Transitor.fm to host our podcast and you should, too.Disclosure: We only endorse products and services that we’ve personally used or come highly recommended by trusted sources. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases. We may receive a small commission at no extra cost to you.
You have the same amount of hours in the day as Beyoncé, right? The difference — Beyoncé is outsourcing her weaknesses. We tend to think we can do it all ourselves. We're going to talk about why this idea is delusional and how it actually leads to failure in your podcast (and your life). Most importantly, we're going to tell you how to avoid this common pitfall.Are you feeling stuck with your podcast? Learn about our Podcast Strategy Sessions.2:35 What is outsourcing your weaknesses?4:15 Where are you using your 10,000 hours?5:20 You can, but you probably won't6:05 Overestimating your capacity6:52 How much is your time worth?10:33 Reproducing your strengths in others13:45 Outsourcing your weaknesses as a podcasterNew podcaster? Grab the Podcast Starter Kit.--------------------------------------------► Need help launching a podcast? We do that!► Need a professional podcast editor? It's our specialty.► Recommended Podcast GearMicrophoneHeadphonesEarbudsWebcam► Recording remote podcasts like us? Use Riverside!► We use Transitor.fm to host our podcast and you should, too.Disclosure: We only endorse products and services that we’ve personally used or come highly recommended by trusted sources. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases. We may receive a small commission at no extra cost to you.
We're diving into how podcast discoverability trends are evolving into 2024. For the longest time, podcasters have relied on new listeners finding their show organically. And if you've listened to this podcast for long, you'll know that we aren't fans of that method — because it historically doesn't work. However, podcast listening apps like Apple and Spotify are evolving in the way they suggest new shows in a way that will benefit new podcasters across the board. We're going to talk about this + other effective ways you can grow your show in 2024.Are you feeling stuck with your podcast? Learn about our Podcast Strategy Sessions.1:30 Popular listening apps like Apple Podcasts and Spotify3:15 People are listening on multiple apps5:30 How to help new listeners find your podcast7:12 Guesting on other shows7:44 Crossposting episodes8:00 Use your email newsletter8:15 Landing quality guests9:00 Creating a release kit for your guests to share10:15 Leveraging your social media to promote your episodesNew podcaster? Grab the Podcast Starter Kit.--------------------------------------------► Need help launching a podcast? We do that!► Need a professional podcast editor? It's our specialty.► Recommended Podcast GearMicrophoneHeadphonesEarbudsWebcam► Recording remote podcasts like us? Use Riverside!► We use Transitor.fm to host our podcast and you should, too.Disclosure: We only endorse products and services that we’ve personally used or come highly recommended by trusted sources. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases. We may receive a small commission at no extra cost to you.
Spotify, Apple, AI — oh my! We're breaking down the 5 trends that we see for the podcasting world for 2024. Video podcasting is here to stay, AI podcasting tools are on the rise and Spotify is playing (and winning) the long game.Are you feeling stuck with your podcast? Learn about our Podcast Strategy Sessions.1:11 Video Podcasting is here to stay2:50 Spotify is coming for Apple6:25 How podcasters connecting with fans beyond the listening apps9:30 More people are listening to more shows11:57 AI is on the riseNew podcaster? Grab the Podcast Starter Kit.--------------------------------------------► Need help launching a podcast? We do that!► Need a professional podcast editor? It's our specialty.► Recommended Podcast GearMicrophoneHeadphonesEarbudsWebcam► Recording remote podcasts like us? Use Riverside!► We use Transitor.fm to host our podcast and you should, too.Disclosure: We only endorse products and services that we’ve personally used or come highly recommended by trusted sources. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases. We may receive a small commission at no extra cost to you.
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