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The New Google Podcast App: Review, Background, and Benefits

Google officially launched its standalone podcast app for Android. As of right now, it is available for download in the Google Play store. This was well expected, given the steady drumbeat of preview posts that Google had collaborated with the branded podcast studio Pacific Content to produce and publish. Those write-ups laid out how...

If You have a Podcast, Here's the Right Way to Deal With Criticism

If you’re behind a microphone, in whatever capacity in whatever particular field of broadcasting, then there are two things you will not be able to escape. The first of these is that your voice will not sound the same when you listen back to your work. This can make you cringe and a little self-conscious....

The major podcasting trends in 2018

Every year, Infinite Dial releases the results of research from Edison and Triton in regards to the podcasting industry. The research obtained entails the specifics on the size of the podcasting industry, the demographics of the industry’s audience, and just how the audience consumes podcasts. This year’s findings are exciting and generating a lot of...

15 Ways to Grow Your Podcasting Audience

There are a lot of us who, upon entering into the world of podcasting, we tell ourselves, “I’m just doing this for fun. It doesn’t matter if it brings me opportunities to add a revenue stream to my income.” But a podcast needs listeners.  Let’s be frank, we don’t become podcasters in order to record...

How To Improve Podcasting Workflow So You Can Get The Most Out Of Your Time

Okay, so you’ve decided to start a podcast. Or, perhaps you have a podcast and you want to make the production of it a bit smoother.  6 easy steps to help improve your podcasting workflow so you can get the most out of your time! 1.) Plan It sounds rather cliche, but planning out exactly what you...

Why you should get help editing your podcast?

Whether or not you’re new to podcasting, or if you’re a veteran, outsourcing the production of your podcast may be worth considering. Reasons for outsourcing the production of podcasts vary, but oftentimes it includes things like inexperience with audio production and editing, lack of knowledge with website publishing, and the knowledge that professional production...

How to make your podcast a hit in Apple Podcasts

70% of podcast listeners come through the iTunes app. iTunes charts are mainly designed to be a sort of “tool of discovery.” It rewards podcasts that interact heavily with its subscriber base. The key is creating new content for your listeners. Give them something to interact with on more than just the audio...