Apr 27, 2014
Today on episode 406 we get a great because of my podcast story, we debunk the "8 week myth" in iTunes (thanks to Rob Walch from Libsyn.com), we hear about a new Wordpress feature that might be good for podcasters, we hear how podcasting boosts SEO, and boosts leads. If you're thinking of starting a podcast, check out www.howtopodcast.com our next live class starts 5/3
The quick start program is where all you have is an idea, but you're ready to get into podcast. I send you an affiliate link and your order your web hosting through me. To say "Thank you" I give you a 30 day pass to the School of Podcasting (with access to all of the videos). I also will install Wordpress for you, and all the plugins you need to start podcasting (you will need to supply graphics and content). The planning your podcast class starting 5/3/2014 is a LIVE class (via webinar) where you can ask me live questions as I go through all the things you need to consider before launching a podcast. For more information about the Plannign Your Podcast webinar go to www.howtopodcast.com
I let you hear how you can remove unwanted noise from your audio. This is available both in Audacity and Adobe Audition.
Today we spotlight Guy Dimartino and the Chiropractic Lawyer podcast check it out in iTunes, or on his website.
According to CBS most people stay on their site for 33 seconds. I went in and looked at my stats on my saw where I had people (11%) staying over an hour in some cases. There is a mass amount of people who DO stay for 2-5 minutes. That is still much longer than 33 seconds. When people stay on yoru site longer Google figures that your content is good and then boosts your ratings in Google searches.
The new version of Wordpress allows you to create playlists. This is great for podcasters who want to have a "start here" section. You can upload a few audio files and put them on a page and insert them as a playlist. The "cool" thing is it works on a phone, and the files are NOT downloadable - which means they have to sit and listen - keeping you on your site longer.
Be sure to put subcsribe buttons, and newsletter sign ups under the playlist
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Jason is working two jobs and has five children and still has time to podcast. Today he shares his insights into working with co-hosts, have a podcast implode, learning from your mistakes, and following your passion.
Jason was blessed to have a job where he could do podcast editing while he worked.
He not only gets "big names" for guests, but also people he feels would deliver great content.
He has a number of audience members help him deliver his show.
Rob Walch the VP of Podcasting Relations at Libsyn.com stated in the last episode of The Feed Rob debunks the "You have 8 weeks to get into New and Noteworthy" in iTunes myth.
Another one is "You need at least three episodes to be featured in iTunes" (not true - my Client Dr. Nina of Win the Diet War did it with one episode).
One podcast in New and Noteworthy was from 2008, and another one was from 2 years ago. If someone tells you different (typically charging you a lot of money) they are WRONG.
If you want a free month of Podcast Media Hosting use the coupon code sopfree to get a free month at Libsyn.com