Podcasting 2.0 introduced a new way for your audience to support your podcast by sending micropayments. This is usually measured by satoshis (abbreviated as “sats”), which are one hundred millionths of a Bitcoin. As such a small portion of cryptocurrency, many people might wonder whether the effort is even worth the return.
I’ve teamed up with Dave Jackson, from School of Podcasting, to discuss the future of podcasting! We seek to inform you about trends, Podcasting 2.0, and more to help you make your podcast better for yourself and your audience, and we work to explain things in an understandable way.
If you ever have a guest on your podcast, you might be wondering where to put their name. Here are some things to consider for your own podcast.
Enhance the experience for your audience by making unique artwork for each episode. But you need to adapt to how each app might display the image.
If your podcast uses seasons, you have multiple options for how to display them. Here’s some guidance to help you decide!
If your podcast uses episode numbers, you have multiple options for how to display them. Here’s some guidance to help you decide! But I’ll give this warning: it’s, unfortunately, more complicated than it should be!
A while back, Apple introduced the
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.