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Dave and Erik help Scott Orr determine what he's going well in his podcast and those things that need polished

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Dave Jackson from the School of Podcasting and Jim Collison from the Average Guy Network answer your questions

Getting caught up with Jim and his students.

[3:15] Doyo event

[8:50] Losing your content

[14:48] My Guests are not prepared when I interview them

[19:50] Bob Pittman is the Donald Tr…

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Harvard did a study on what people consider valuable.
See
https://hbr.org/2016/09/the-elements-of-value

I dove into this deeper at
http://www.schoolofpodcasting.com/693

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Dave and Erik help Mark polish the Beyond Bourbon Street Podcast

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My goal is to help you create (but in this case listen) to podcasts without headaches. If you ever look at your show in Apple and think the text formatting is awful, be sure to watch this video. #podcasting

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Dave and Erik help Prash polish up her podcast.

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Come get your podcast questions answered live at www.askthepodcastcoach.com/live

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Dave and Erik help the professor polish up his show

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Erik K johnson and Dave Jackson go over every inch of the Senior Golf Advisor Podcast

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I have a love/hate relationship with Wordpress. All of my sites run on it, but people love to try and hack it. With this in mind, I always use my media hosts feed. This way if the website goes down, my podcast lives on. A great free/inexpensive tool is Manage WP and I use it to backup my sites (as …

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Dave Jackson from the School of Podcasting and guest co-host David Hooper from Big Podcast talk a little book publishing and answer your podcast questions

1:49 The Daves share insights into writing a book, working with publishers and the magic that is Steve Stewart and his Audacity Course

10:30 P…

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I mentioned in a previous video how bad search is, today I show another example of why YOU NEED a website for your podcast.
Thanks to Jeff Sanders for sharing this story. Find Jeff at www.jeffsanders.com

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I keep hearing more "drunnkcasts" where people think it's hilarious to get drunk and podcast. It might be hilarious to THEM but for the rest of us it's pretty boring.

If you need help creating a podcast that isn't boring, I'd love to help.

www.schoolofpodcasting.com/start

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I attended two events last week, and at both of the (Fincon and MIC - financial and miliary) people weren't exchanging business cards they were swapping info on Linkedin using this little trick I learned in the LinkedIn App.

As a podcaster, I always advise to go where your audience is and connect…

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Dave Jackson from the School of Podcasting and Jim Collison from the Average Guy Network are back from Podcast Movement and share what they saw and learned.

In general, the whole thing was great. The only drawback was all the parties were super loud.

07:13 Meeting Leo Laporte

10:15 We create con…

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Come get your podcast questions answered live at www.askthepodcastcoach.com/live

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Come to askthepodcastcoach.com/live to participate at 10:30 AM EST

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I've been a fan of Fitbit for a decade. I never had a problem except when an old unit finally died after years. No company is perfect but when you drop the ball you better have "policies" (I hate that word) that make sure your customer wants to stay. As I am on day six with no communication from fi…

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Apple has rolled out its new categories. In theory, Apple reroutes dead categories, but you may want to specify what category you want. This video shows you how to do it using Libsyn.com and Blubrry Powerpress (get a free month using the code sopfree at either service)

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For more on how to be a good guest (unlike Carlos above) see www.schoolofpodcasting.com/678

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In this talk Dave talks about building on a podcast and what do podcasts with engaged audiences seem to have in common? Topics include:
Stories, stories, stories and how to set your guest on the path to better storytelling
How to incorporate stories into a solo show
How to break jargon into words y…

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I get the question, “How do I make a podcast like Joe Rogan?” Please let me put my tongue in my cheek and answer this question.

Joe did the following to prepare for his podcast:

1988: Started doing comedy in Boston
1994: Moves to LA six years after to do television (including News Radio)
1997: …

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