5-minutes to a Great Virtual Meeting Experience

Are you working from home? Do you have to join web conferences? Follow these tips to have the best experience in your virtual meeting and to avoid being “that guy”. Live Streams and Webinars In these types of video sessions, you are an audience member. You are not presenting, although you may be in the…

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UNNECESSARY words in a podcast

unnecessary words used in a podcast more often than they should

Editing the following unnecessary words from podcast recordings can make it easier for your listener to understand your message. Of course, these words are used to create proper and complete sentences. But when it gets to be too much then it’s helpful to know there’s a problem. Knowing is the first step towards improving the…

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The Importance of the Author Tag

bulk add author tag in libsyn

How to add Host and Guest’s names to improve search TLDR: Watch the video at the bottom of this post To further expose the importance of using the Apple Tags that complete your RSS feed and improve search, libsyn added the Author field to their Bulk Editor. Normally, the AUTHOR tag in libsyn can be…

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How to Change Your Keyboard Shortcuts in Audacity

Most programs allow you to use a single key or combo to execute specific commands. Think of all the programs where CTRL-C is “copy” and CMD-V is “paste”. Keyboard shortcuts like these can save you tons of time when editing audio as well. In this video, I show you how to customize keyboard shortcuts to…

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Apple’s continued dominance in podcasting is our fault. Here are 3 ways to grow an Android audience.

The folks at libsyn shared their stats for February. You can listen to the breakdown (beginning at the 1hr, 5min mark), but here are my thoughts: Apple still rules the roost with almost 2/3 of all downloads (62.9%) going to their Podcasts App and iTunes. It’s rather incredible that people outside of the Applesphere don’t…

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