Inexpensive Royalty-free Music Site Allows you to Easily Customize the Length of the Song

MelodyLoops.com sells good quality royalty-free music, but it’s their LongoLoops tool that makes it extremely valuable. You can make a song last 5 minutes or 30 minutes in just a few clicks using their LongoLoops tool.

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A simple tip for introducing your guest the RIGHT way

So I’m asked to be a guest on [insert podcast here]. I’ve been given a list of questions he/she will ask. We connect via Skype or Zoom.us, we have a little pre-show chit chat, then they say, “Okay, I think we can get started”. How do you begin your podcast interviews? There are many ways…

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The Success of Your Podcast Downloads Depends on These Two Things

The success of your podcast’s downloads is largely dependent on two things. “This week’s episode got a lot of downloads. It must be a good show. Let’s do all our episodes just like that one.” I challenge you to think about that statement – and see for yourself that it isn’t true. Why? Because there…

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How Many Characters Display in iTunes Episode Descriptions (and other Podcast Directories)

When it comes to show notes and episode descriptions: Less is more. It’s natural for a podcaster to write in the way that we think or speak. However, we need to get to the point when it comes to the limited space iTunes/Apple Podcasts and other podcatchers give us to explain what’s “today’s episode is…

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How many times does my RSS feed get pinged?

Have you ever wondered how often your podcast RSS feed gets pinged? It’s a lot more than you think. I was recently tasked with moving the Money Tree Investing Podcast‘s RSS feed away from their WordPress website feed to the one provided by their libsyn account. One of the steps was to create a permanent…

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