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This episode focuses on the world's #1 podcasting platform: Apple Podcasts! We explore the way it's structured, discuss how your show can get more exposure and have Libsyn's Rob Walch discuss the (in)famous “New & Noteworthy” section.
The Podcast Launch Experiment: Potential Social Reach of 600K People = How Many Downloads? [The Podcaster Lab 29]
How many podcast downloads could a potential social reach of over 600,000 people lead to? Listen to this episode of The Podcaster Lab to find out the results of the podcast launch experiment I ran
What goes into the launch of a podcast? Here's a look at leveraging a podcast launch strategy that actually comes from the book publishing world (and has been used by some authors to have their books become bestsellers!). Plus, some resources and hacks that will come in handy it's time to launch your podcast
Apple Podcasts? Check! Stitcher? Check!! Spotify? Check!!! In this episode, we look at the step-by-step process to submit your show to the most popular podcasting platforms and directories.
This is the 4-step process you have to follow whenever you have to publish a podcast episode. Whether it's your 1st or 100th, this is what to do to share your new episode with the world.
What's a media hosting? And why should you rely on one for your podcast? In this episode, we take a look at the world of media hosts, go through different options and discuss what you should look for when considering several hosts.
The ID3 Tagging is one of the most overlooked steps in an independent podcaster's workflow. What is it and is it really that important? Learn the answers to those questions and the step-by-step process you can follow to carry out ID3 Tagging easily and quickly.
Show Notes: Why Your Podcast Needs Them (w/ Sarah Rhea Werner, Rich Brooks & More) [The Podcaster Lab 22]
What are show notes pages and what are the benefits of having one for every podcast episode you publish? Forbes columnist Sarah Rhea Werner, Rich Brooks, copywriter Laura Petersen, Spreaker's Francesco Baschieri and Lyndsay Phillips share their thoughts and explain how to leverage them to the fullest.
Why does your content need keywords? And how can you get started with keyword research? Traffic and leads expert “One-Click” Lindsey Anderson stops by the Podcaster Lab to discuss how you can easily get started with it
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