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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How to change the Footer in a Genesis Theme WordPress site

I was very frustrated when I couldn’t find how to change the footer in a Genesis Theme on my WordPress website. Then I found a plugin that does everything I wanted: Customizes Post Info Eliminates unnecessary Meta shortcodes Moves the author name and date to the bottom of the post It is very simple and…

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How to Change the © Copyright Date in Libsyn

Many podcasters like to include the current year as part of their copyright information on their website and in their podcast RSS feed. Here is an example of where you would see the Copyright field in Apple Podcasts: If you submitted a libsyn RSS feed to iTunes, Stitcher, and other places then you can update…

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Why Stitcher Is Awesome For My Podcast

  In a previous post I shared my Top 10 most downloaded podcast episodes of all time. Stats can tell you a lot about your regular subscribers and when fans of an interviewed guest storm the podcast for new content. But the biggest surprise came when my RSS feed broke. It showed why Stitcher is…

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My 10 most downloaded podcast episodes

My podcast, the MoneyPlan SOS podcast, has released 138 episodes over the past three years (as of December 2013). Looking back at the stats, I share my thoughts on why these were the 10 most downloaded podcast episodes of all time (as of December 2013): Episode 122: Can You Really Retire Early? This show was released…

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