Wishing you all a Happy St. Paddy’s Day from Blubrry. Our team has had another lively week as we took a look back at all of our achievements over the past two years. With that in mind, remember we’ll be at Podcast Movement Evolutions in LA next week, and Kate from our production team will be joining Mike on the mic and Toby gives his opinion on whether or not podcasters should attend live events.
Thanks for joining us on this episode of Podcast Insider. Looking to be a guest on the show? Let us know. Emails are listed at the bottom of show notes.
- Apple Podcasts updated with the latest iOS update as of March 15, 2022
- Robert Riggs from True Crime Reporter (and a Blubrry hosted show), is an indie podcaster turning his show into a TV show. Fox Nation will premiere the show this Friday. Freed to Kill is based on True Crime Reporter. Watch the trailer here.
- Women Podcast Listeners: What We Know Right Now, from the team at Sounds Profitable. Lots of insights in this one.
- Shure is currently having a sale on podcasting and gaming microphones and more.
- Advertisers plan to spend more on podcasting.
- Your Business Should Have a Podcast, we certainly think so and some of those businesses can utilize private podcasting.
Routine intros and outros. More than music, have a regular intro and outro that include a thank you and call to actions.
- Blog post: Blubrry’s Modernization and read the press release here. We’re proud to share what we’ve accomplished.
Blubrry Pro Tip
Should you go to live events? From Toby Goodman; check out his new book, Narrow Podcasting. He’ll be at Podcast Movement Evolutions too.
Question of the Week
Question: I’m new at podcasting. How do I find interesting people to interview for my show?
Answer: Congrats.The best way is to hang out with the type of people you want to interview. On Forums, Groups on Facebook or in person groups and events around your niche. Also, don’t go into those groups and right away say “I have a podcast, do you want to be a guest?” without participating in the group and being useful first. You don’t want to look like a spammer by coming on too strong.
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Coming to you this week from The New Media studios in Coldwater, Michigan & Mike Dell’s World Studio in Traverse City, Michigan. Produced by the Blubrry Pro-Production team.
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