We use many services in the process of podcasting and engaging our audiences, like Patreon, Buy Me a Coffee, SpeakPipe, and more. But saying these brand names in your podcast can overwhelm or confuse your audience and—even worse—break their ability to properly engage with your podcast!
Daniel J. Lewis
In summer 2021, iOS 14.5 introduced a major change to Apple Podcasts with implications many podcasters may still not realize. With that update, your audience on Apple Podcasts is no longer getting your podcast directly from your RSS feed, but from a proxy. And that has some potentially bad implications!
The podcasting industry has grown a lot since its birth in 2004, but the core of what a podcast could be and what it could do hasn’t changed much. Now, Podcasting 2.0 revolutionizes the industry with highly requested innovations that will help everyone on all sides of the RSS feeds.
Libsyn has partnered with AdvertiseCast to launch Libsyn Auto Ads, allowing any Libsyn-hosted podcast to monetize with programmatic ads in your podcast!
Zencastr makes it easy to get high-quality, multi-ender audio and video podcast recordings with your guests and cohosts. Now, they’ve added multiple features to help you edit and monetize your podcast!
I think Buzzsprout is the easiest-to-use podcast-hosting provider, and now they’ve made monetizing easy, too! Plus, you can use this to grow your own podcast!
One of the best ways to grow your business is to be a guest on the right podcasts. Interview Connections works with business owners and
I’ve recommended Focusrite’s audio interfaces for years, but they always required a little hacking to make them work for podcasting. But the new Vocaster One
Ecamm Live is easy software for live-streaming from your Mac. And it’s now even better! You can now stream to multiple destinations simultaneously (like Facebook