Stitcher Radio for podcasters – Interview with Rachel Eaton

Rachel Eaton is the Director of Content Partnership at Stitcher Radio. She is in charge of growing the number of content providers (podcasters) using their free service. There are over 200k content providers featured on Stitcher, a platform that allows anyone to stream podcasts in their car, on their smartphones, and on their computers.  …

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Tips for Recording a Podcast in a Hotel Room

I travel a lot and I’m often recording my episodes while on the road. In order to pack as light as possible I need to reduce my gear to only essential items. The most portable podcast recording studio in a hotel room could consist of only three things: Laptop Recording Software Microphone You could replace…

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My podcast post-editing workflow

Previously, I shared my pre-recording checklist and editing workflow that takes me from sitting down to record an episode to converting the labeling the edited MP3 file. Of course, there is still more work to be done – a lot more! Here is my podcast post-editing workflow: Show notes I often have an outline prepared…

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Help a podcaster out: Copy your iTunes review into Stitcher too

Reviews on iTunes are a podcaster’s reward! Every 5-star review helps a show rank higher in the charts and might score them a spot on the New and Noteworthy list. When leaving a review for your favorite new podcast, why not spend another 60 seconds to copy your iTunes review into Stitcher too? Copy your…

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Are you using the right rating for your podcast?

UPDATE: Apple Podcasts wants you to choose between Clean or Explicit. I no longer recommend using “No Rating”.  What iTunes wants is what iTunes gets. 🙂   The difference between Clean and Explicit Tags in iTunes (Apple Podcasts) As you would expect, an Explicit podcast is one with vulgar words and/or adult content. This is the kind…

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