In this episode of our content syndication series we will be focusing on publishing podcasts on content hubs. The podcasting space is rapidly growing, and it has become harder to build an audience. With podcasts becoming more common, more and more content hubs are adding audio support to their platforms.
In this episode we’ll continue to explore how we promote and produce our client’s podcasts. This episode dives into how publishing to social media channels is only the initial promo push for new episodes. We have found value to extended reach outside our clients existing followers, by including influencer marketing.
Your podcast episode audio is widely distributed to podcast listening platforms on day one. But this might not be a good idea when it comes to syndicating your podcast show notes. Learn why timing is key, and how drip feeding your show notes content over a few weeks, to multiple
Do you have a podcast? Then you're doing “content syndication” already, at least for your podcast audio. But what about podcast content syndication for show notes and web content? And while you’ve probably heard of "content syndication", do you know what it is and how to use it for your
Adding your podcast on YouTube means putting your show where your audience will easily access it. Did you know that YouTube is the second largest search engine on the internet? According to Internet Live Stats, Google processes over 40,000 search queries every second on average. And if Google is the
Podcast guests are key in helping promote an interview style podcast One of the best things about having an interview style podcast is that you get to know and collaborate with some really cool people. And if you're lucky, your podcast guest will help you to promote "their" episode and
What's a truly viable podcast audiogram alternative for promotion and visual storytelling? I've been looking into video and audiogram platforms and tools to help promote podcasts on social media – particularly beneficial for that back-log of episodes that offer evergreen content that are still highly valuable. Using video as a
Podcast cover art is a highly significant contribution and possibly the most important first visual impression of a podcast. It’s the image that is first seen when a potential listener is browsing through their podcast apps or websites. To ensure your podcast cover art pops amid a very crowded field,
Planning a podcast should be the first step you should undertake to ensure you create one that can stand out in the vast sea of podcasts. Did you know that there are over 2 million active podcasts? Perfect for your morning commute, doing chores, or working out the gym, podcasts
The current podcast ecosystem is a challenging one to promote your podcast in, admittedly. First: as of mid 2021, there are currently north of 2,000,000 shows that have produced over 30 million episodes. Assuming an average length of about 1 hour, it would take you 3424 years to get through
Creating episode titles for your podcast episode is one of the most important steps to ensure your episodes will will stand out and get listens as well as new subscribers for your podcast. With that in mind it is important to think twice when creating an episode title, because a
Everyone has a different creative hobby that appeals to them. Some people paint, others write, and others create podcasts. Are you considering launching your own podcast. Before you do so, you'll have to choose a podcast niche, which is a specialized topic or genre that your project will cover. This article
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This updated podcasting setup is for creating an affordable mini studio for remote interview recording as well as for creating solo and co-hosted episodes. The focus is on a flexible decent dynamic microphone, a good USB audio interface, and optionally the newest and most affordable digital podcast recorder from Zoom.
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