Mar 24, 2018
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Quick Episode Summary:
- Intro :07
- Audio Rockin’ Libsyn Podcast: Desert Tiger Entertainment
- How you can be featured by Libsyn!
- PROMO 1: I’m Difficult and Demanding
- Elsie and Rob Conversation 9:24
- We are now an official Embedly provider! And we’d love to see
you using it
- The new super secret bulk editing tool is now, not secret
- The Players got an update!
- LibsynPRO got some new things #vaguepodding
- Press release for podcasters, yay or nay?
- PROMO 2: Reasons I’m Broke 24:04
- The new twitter updates to social media scheduling and
duplicate content that you need to know
- Audio feedback from Pilar! 32:43
- LUFS and clipping and all of those things
- Listening at 1.5 speed doesn’t work for everybody
- What’s up with the Stitcher TOS and should we care?
- Awesome cute headphone suggestions!
- You can (if you want to) advertise on Spotify! If you do let us
know how it goes
- New functionality has been added to the Google App on Android,
could this be the answer that we’ve been looking for?
- Why you should get your own Alexa skill
- Rob’s most shocking/interesting email of the week and it has
everything to do with profanity
- Some audio feedback from Jonathan Bloom!
- What in the world is CPM?
- PROMO 3: Bears on Film 1:17:57
- STATS, stats, stats! Geographic and user agents!
Featured Podcast Promos + Audio
Thank you to Nick from MicMe for our awesome intro!
Podcasting Articles and Links mentioned by Rob and
Where is Libsyn Going? (In Real Life)
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