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How to Get an Amazon Alexa Skill for Your Podcast

Is it worth setting up an Amazon Alexa Skill for your podcast? You might not think so, especially if you don’t use any sort of smart speaker yourself, or remain pretty nonplussed about the whole thing. But why deny listeners the opportunity to listen to your show where and when they like? Believe it or…

Buzzsprout vs Libsyn vs BluBrry: a Podcast Hosting Showdown

Buzzsprout is one of the older Podcast Hosting platforms on the market, entering the arena back in 2008. In the past year, though, I’ve watch them really find their feet and find a great niche for themselves inside what’s a pretty crowded space. The only thing is, I’m not sure that niche is perfectly obvious…

Your Podcast Website | Growing Your Audience #4

We’ve taken a look at creating podcast episodes that people will want to share. Now we need to make sure we’re making it as easy as possible for them to do just that. The starting point for this is your podcast’s home on the internet – your website. It’s possible at this stage you might…

Adding Cover Art & ID3 Tags to Your Episode With iTunes | Podcast Metadata

ID3 tags or ‘metadata’ is visual and written information that can be built into your episode file. ID3 tags help categorise your episode once it has been downloaded to your listener’s device or computer. ‘Tagging’ your files with metadata is arguably not quite as important as it used to be. A lot of listening is…

How to Split Sides of an Ecamm Skype Call Recorder Interview

Ecamm is an excellent Skype call recorder for Mac. It lets you split both sides of the conversation before converting to MP3, so you have more control in the editing process. Here’s how to do it; When you have Ecamm installed, it will open automatically when you sign in to Skype. You’ll see this panel…

How to Move a Podcast off Soundcloud

Soundcloud is a great platform for sharing audio. The player is beautiful, and the sharing/embedding experience is excellent. But the platform does have quite a few little foibles when it comes to podcasting, and recent financial reports show that it’s future isn’t exactly rock solid… So, if you’re thinking about jumping ship, this article is for…

Organising a Podcasting Website: Should You Mix Blog & Podcast Posts?

Another Podcasting Q&A for you today, this time prompted by a customer of The Podcast Host’s podcast production services. We’re currently working through launch and his question revolved around how to integrate podcasting within his existing website. It’s something that comes up often as people look to bring podcasting into their wider content marketing mix.…

Why You Should Never Host Podcasts on Your Own Website

Finally, you’ve got your business off the ground and have decided to add a podcast to your plan for world domination. As you begin to explore podcasting, you soon realize it’s going to cost you something. There are a multitude of businesses out there offering to host your podcast. For a price, of course. So…


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Launch Series: Zero to Live in Simple Steps

Our 3-part Launch series is designed to hold your hand through the entire podcast launch process, from planning your show to making it live on the web. For a step-by-step, in-detail, no-jargon guide to getting your show out into the world, start here!

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