Podcasting is a marketing channel in itself. When you create a new show and provide the RSS feed to iTunes, you should appear in the iTunes New and Noteworthy section. This is like the front page of the podcast world and may be the most exposure you’ll ever receive for your show. [Read more…]
If you use WordPress for your website (and why aren’t you, if not?), and would like an easy way to see your podcast’s reviews in iTunes, both locally and internationally, get this plugin:
Here’s a screen shot:
The plugin shows the last 160 reviews your podcast has received in a nice, scrollable window, all done in the back end of your WordPress site. And, if you wanted to, you could display your reviews on the public pages of your site using a short code. [Read more…]
This article describes how to use a free program to automatically post your new blog posts to Twitter and Linkedin (note: The program I describe here will also auto-post to Facebook as well, but I haven’t tested that function).
Here are the steps! [Read more…]
If you are using Libsyn for your media host, they have an app that will allow visitors to your Facebook page view and play your podcast episodes. If you’re not using Libsyn, seriously consider it! And to give you an incentive, use the promo code “brain” when checking out and you’ll get the rest of this month, and the entire next month free!
Anyway, here’s what your Facebook page will look like after you do this:
There are several reasons why this may happen, and I’d like to share them with you here:
1. No one knows who you are, and you ask for support right out of the gate.
This is one of the top mistakes I see new entrepreneurs and group members make. They join the group, and immediately focus on how others can help them, instead of figuring out how they can help others. [Read more…]