Creating a podcast website means building a home for your show that fully represents you and your brand. To continue to grow your podcast, you must find and engage with listeners. Having a strong web presence that increases organic search results for your show and brings value to your listeners is a no-brainer, right?
Mother’s Day is Sunday, and we’re celebrating the best way we know-how, a round-up of shows hosted by the funniest, most laugh-out-loud moms in podcasting. These ladies tell it like it is—sharing the best and not-so-best parts of motherhood.
We know we’re a little late in sharing the podcast events of 2021, but with in-person gatherings being limited and lots of rescheduling in the first couple months of the year, we thought it might be helpful to create a list with what we know so far for the rest of the year.
To build listener confidence, it’s important to show that other people like your content enough to leave a podcast review. In this post, we’ll look a bit more into the principles at work when establishing social proof with reviews and how to encourage your listeners to leave you a review.
When researching social media strategy, without fail, the first step is always: find out where your audience is. But how in the world do you do that? In this post, we’ll look at a few reasons why learning where your audience is hanging out online is so important and how to find your future fans.