Jun 3, 2018
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- Intro :07
- Audio Rockin’ Libsyn Podcast: Deep Listening
- How you can be featured by Libsyn!
- PROMO 1: Video Fuzzy 7:51
- Elsie and Rob Conversation 8:21
- Apple sent an email to podcasters on May 29 and goodness, and
the world went wacky
- Clarifying all things secure RSS feeds
- Optimizing the iTunes Author field section
- PROMO 2: The Prodigal Son 22:46
- Email about BossJock and a great back up for recording on an
- Your Chrome browser is good at pretending it’s an Android phone
says James Cridland
- What if you don’t see what everyone else sees in Apple Podcasts
- There is a wordpress plugin called “Libsyn Podcast Quick embed”
THAT IS NOT OUR PLUGIN - don’t use it
- GDPR is a letter word and Libsyn info all about it
- Spotify cut a deal with Amy Schumer
- More on stupid money coming into podcasting plus all the things
we have to say about it, again
- Reports on Google Assistant not playing the latest episode and
what Google had to say about it
- How do you measure a company podcast’s ROI? And ROI is not what
- Castro 3 is out and Elsie is giddy!
- Rob shares his worst email question in the last two weeks
- PROMO 3: 1:06:36
- Stats, stats, stats! The median and mean numbers based on
episodes released in the end of April with downloads measured until
the end of May!
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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