Your Libsyn Download Stats May Look a Little Different Now

Libsyn announced that they are redesigning their stats system to allow for IAB compliance.  What this means is that podcasters will see new features and changes to their stats reporting. It also means that advertisers will now have access to more accurate, measurable data. In fact Libsyn states that what you may have been seeing […]

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Apple Podcast Analytics Will Finally Reveal Data Podcasters Want to Know

At a recent Worldwide Developer’s Conference, Apple talked about podcasting and their new Podcast Analytics feature that should be released later this year. They shared some interesting facts about podcasting: There are over 400,000 podcasts in iTunes with 1000 being added each week In 2016, they served up to 10 billion episode downloads and streaming […]

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Why Your Stitcher Downloads Will Probably Sink

Stitcher just sent out an email stating that they are going to be changing the way podcast download numbers are tallied. Does this mean you will see a decrease in download numbers in your Stitcher partner portal? In October, it appears they are going to stop counting pings and “front page impressions” as downloads which […]

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Getting guests

I used to interview guests on my show, then eventually I went solo. But when I was interviewing, I received some big names like Jeff Olson (he wrote The Slight Edge), Mike Robbins (Hayhouse author), Dan Millman, and a few others. I learned a few things along the way when it came to connecting with people of […]

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Is Your Podcast not Getting Found in Google Play?

If your podcast is listed in Google Play, have you tried searching for it using the keywords that you’ve included in your main description, episode titles, or episode descriptions? And if so, has your show appeared? If not, read on. I’ve discovered if you don’t place your most important keywords into the first two paragraphs of your […]

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