Skype Jitters? How to fix them QUICKLY

If you’ve ever recorded a Skype conversation then you’ve experienced Skype Jitters. A Skype Jitter is when the internet gets choppy and Skype hangs for a second – usually in the middle of a word. Watch *this video to see a quicker way to take care of the problem when editing:   *This video is…

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iTunes New and Noteworthy Charts are No Longer Updated

UPDATE: The charts began updating again in mid-2019. I’m leaving this post up because it still relays the importance of spending time focused on things you can control and not waste time on trying to rank on charts. Are you trying to get into iTunes’ New & Noteworthy podcast charts? Stop wasting your time. Only…

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Create More Energy in your Podcast by Tightening and Overlapping the Conversation

Using some of the same skills we learned in my “Zencastr Drift” lesson, we can create more energy in a podcast by moving and overlapping small parts of the conversation. Download the same Audacity Project I used in the video:

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Why you do NOT want to use your website’s Podcast RSS feed

The reason you don’t want to use your website’s RSS feed for a podcast is simple: If the site goes down – so does your RSS feed. No access to your website means no new episodes get released and eventually Apple Podcasts will remove you from iTunes due to abandonment

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Why a Podcast Editor can’t be your Content Editor

Your Podcast Editor could be your Content Editor, but they really shouldn’t. After all, that’s not why you hired them.
Here are 3 helpful ways to help your Podcast Editor improve your content for the benefit of your listener.

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