Be Featured on the Podcaster Lab!
I'd love for you to take a moment to share your expertise with all the Podcaster Lab listeners!
Please take a minute to watch the video below and learn about the different ways you can use to submit your audio contribution(s).
Submit Your Audio Comments
Please choose one of the 3 options below to send me your content:
1. Record Everything on Your End
Record everything on your end (as one audio file) and send it to contributions@ThePodcasterLab.com (if it's a big file, you can share it through something like Dropbox or Google Drive).
2. Record & Submit Straight From This Page
You can send your audio contributions straight from this page. Click on the button below and hit ‘Record'. SpeakPipe will take care of the rest! Please note that there's a 90 seconds limit for each SpeakPipe recording. If you need any help, feel free to watch the short video on the left.
The Podcaster Lab Submission Guidelines
Please note that the maximum duration of a voice message recorded with SpeakPipe is 90 seconds. In some cases, you may need more than that to answer all the questions. Simply record and submit your first 90-second recording, then start the recording process again and submit the other 90 seconds (and so forth).
Here are a few additional things to keep in mind:
- please try to keep your answers to the point
- don’t need to introduce yourself, I’ll do that on the show (you can simply say “I’m [YOUR NAME]” and then start with the content)
- spammy, disrespectful and super-promotional contributions will NOT be published
- the same goes for unsolicited submissions (won’t be featured on the show)
- please note that your audio contributions may be edited and/or trimmed down
- by submitting an audio snippet you give me (Yann ilunga) permission to broadcast it, edit it and feature it in any of my podcasts, articles, videos and/or products (as either audio contribution, a written transcript of it or both)
Here are two examples of expert contributions
To listen to them click Play on the player below FIRST. Then, click on the timestamp:
- Jessica Rhodes' advice when looking for podcast guests [spp-timestamp time=”3:54″]
- what Jordan Harbinger believes you should do once you have a list of potential interviewees [spp-timestamp time=”10:23″]
More About the Show
The Podcaster Lab is a show that provides podcasting advice, strategies and case-studies to podcast hosts, guests and podcasters–to–be.
Published Monday through Friday, the show features an exclusive look at podcasting experiments and audio contributions from podcasters, marketers and entrepreneurs just like you on topics like podcast promotion, getting featured on podcasts as a guest expert, community–building, and more!