1:20 I had a client pose an interesting question to me today: Is there a way to turn off comments/ratings for their podcast on iTunes/Google Play etc? I've never had anyone ask me to do that for their yet to launch show. Has anyone else had a similar experience? –Jennifer Navarrete
It's great to want to get things right, but sometimes people over think things.
FOMO. Fear of missing out.
[3:50] Can you be too laid back in podcasting?
7:40 Shutting Down a Podcast – The Real Brian, Dan Patrick, and Pivoting.
[11:00] Dave is shutting down the Clammrcast
[13:50] Personality is a part of podcasting
15:05 Confusing People make make them listen but not forever (What is Tori Amos talking about???)
17:00 Podcast Review Show Where We Were Lost in Jargon
[19:30] Jim's Because of my podcast” story he won an award at Work
Talent Multiplied by Effort is Jim's equation for success
30:24 I think I did this once before when I changed services but I really don't remember how I did it. I currently use Spreaker to host. I'm planning to move my files this weekend to Archive and create an RSS feed through feedburner from a wordpress blog. My question is how do I get iTunes to change the RSS feed that they currently have to the new one so that I don't lose any subscribers? I know that Stitcher was very easy before because I just sent them an email and they did it with no problem but iTunes support is always hard to deal with. –Shawn Wray
archive.org is not meant to be an active media host and feedburner stalls every now and then.
[33:50] Mike Dell from on 301 redirect is the best way to move your file.
[38:30] What do you define as “Podcast Success”
Mentioned “Congrats on not making the list”
41:40 Cale Nelson started a podcast with his 8 year old son.
[44:40] Multiple Mic setup. Do I need a mixer?
48:50 Sound Baffles Daniel J. Lewis spoke about these on his episode
50:30 Podcast Stats From Blubrry and Podcast Players
Mentioned: Simple Podcast Press
[56:30] Outro Songs (full) make Dave skip forward.
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