I love attending and keynoting at conferences, especially when I can talk about podcasting. For a while, it seemed that the best conferences for podcasters were local PodCamps. PodCamps seem to have had their place, but with the maturity of the podcasting industry, I see a need for a higher level of education, networking, and […]
The first National Podcast Day was observed worldwide on September 30, 2014. This was a fabulous day to celebrate podcasting and raise awareness about the world of podcasts. Here are some of the highlights from the day’s events.
Learn why you should NOT host your podcast with Dropbox—bandwidth limitations, workflow complications, technical shortcomings, and potential consequences.
Should you really let someone else host your RSS feed? Learn 3 reasons why you SHOULD host your own podcast feed with your own WordPress and PowerPress.
Apple unveiled it’s newest flagship mobile products on September 9, 2014: iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iOS 8, and Apple Watch. Will these be of any benefit to podcasters?
There are many companies that can work as a web host for your blog or podcast. I’ve chosen to primarily recommend BlueHost to starting podcasters for 7 reasons.
Should you really be hosting your own RSS feed? What about FeedBurner or your media host? Learn 3 reasons why you should maybe not host your own podcast feed.
There are many ways to make money podcasting, and not just with a podcast sponsor. But here’s the information that will be most important to any advertiser.
Titles are the most important pieces of text on the Internet. A good title will communicate clearly, set appropriate expectations, compel to take action, and will help your search-engine optimization (SEO) on the web and podcast directories.
Learn 6 ways to make your podcast episode titles more powerful!
If you’re trying to make a page for your podcast at `/podcast` but keep getting `/podcast-2`, then you have a WordPress slug conflict. I’ll show you how to fix that in WordPress and PowerPress.