ABOUT THIS PODCAST

A rotating panel of guests who debate issues facing podcasters and podcasting as a media format. Each Roundtable features a new podcaster from the community of listeners to talk less about the how-to and more about the subjective issues facing podcast producers.
English
United States
128 episodes
since July 27, 2012

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127: Podcast Myths

Do Apple Podcasts ratings and reviews move your podcast up the ‘charts?' Can you use copyrighted music as long as it’s only a few seconds? Is YouTube is a bad place to put your podcast? Some of these you've heard, some of these you think are correct but what's the truth? Join this Round to bust or confirm some of the most common podcasting myths. Myths! 2:15 Apple Podcasts Ratings and Reviews Move Your Podcast Up the Charts 8:00 You Can Use Copyrighted Music if it’s Only a Few Seconds 13:51 Podcast Media Hosting is the Same 20:00 Consistency is the Key to Success 25:43 There’s an Ideal Length for a Podcast 31:15 Podcasting has a Discovery Problem 41:30 You Need 10 of Thousands of Downloads Per Episode to Get Advertising 47:27 You Need to Launch with Multiple Episodes to Get the Most Impact 56:32 If You Build it, They Will Come Watch this Round https://youtube.com/podcastersroundtable
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