Many bloggers and podcasters struggle to get the most out of their website. And I don’t just mean “good design” elements, often it is actual useful website functionality that is lacking. For podcasters, this is especially true for “ready made” websites that their podcast host provides. These are often super simplistic. But was if there was an easy way to add critical features to almost any website, without having to learn Wordpress or Elementor or other page builders?
It can be hard to write a good podcast episode introduction that captures attention and gets listeners or readers excited about what they are going to hear or read next. That’s why you need an Artificial Intelligence tool.
The Apple Podcast Charts on the iTunes store may be broken, but here are top alterntive strategies, tactics and mistakes to avoid when promoting your podcast.
Our take on podcast monetization, and if it makes business sense: Ask not how to monetize your podcast, ask how your podcast helps monetize your business.
I have to admit my podcast microphone pet peeve: The Blue Yeti Mic. Recently I attended a coaching group meetup, and the presenter was a consultant who also considered herself a podcasting expert. And it was put to us in dogmatically certain terms that the Blue Yeti is simply “The Best Microphone For Podcasters”. So in this post it is my solemn duty to disabuse our dear prospects and Yeti fans of this notion.