In the very first episode of the Q’d Up Podcast, Jay Soderberg (Pod Vader) and John Luckenbaugh give you tips, tricks, and news to help improve your podcast. It’s the best podcast for podcasters.The guys talk about a new spoken word audio report that showed podcast listenership is growing at an insa
Publish Date: Oct 21, 2020
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In the very first episode of the Q’d Up Podcast, Jay Soderberg (Pod Vader) and John Luckenbaugh give you tips, tricks, and news to help improve your podcast. It’s the best podcast for podcasters.The guys talk about a new spoken word audio report that showed podcast listenership is growing at an insane rate as well as how people find podcasts. If you already record a podcast or are looking to start one, this insight can help increase your podcast views by defining your strategy. John also teaches Jay about “LUFS” and what different podcast apps need from your recording to sound the best.Show highlights:Introduction of Jay Soderberg (Pod Vader) and John LuckenbaughJay and John talk about how they got started in the podcast business.Equipment run down (2:30)In this episode, Jay and John are using Zoom to record the podcast. It’s just one of the many different podcast apps you can use to record your very own. The guys also share their current podcast microphone setups so you know what yours might sound like.Spoken word audio report (3:30)NPR recently put out their spoken word audio report, detailing just how much podcasts have grown recently. As of September 2020, a whopping 75% of people in the U.S. have listened to spoken-word audio within the last month alone.How do users find podcasts (10:30)If you’re trying to increase your podcast views, you need to know how people find podcasts. The spoken word audio report gives a little insight that could be the difference between your show getting heard at all.Why do people listen to podcasts (12:30)Finally, the spoken word audio report talks about why people listen to podcasts, including how it might have changed due to COVID-19.Let’s Teach Pod Vader a lesson: What is ”LUFS” (14:20)John breaks down the podcast term “LUFS” for Jay, including what it stands for and how important it is to your podcast audio. John also tells you what levels you should be getting in order to submit to all the podcast apps.Apple podcasts numbers (19:50)Jay shares some Apple podcasts numbers, including how many active podcasts are currently on the service. With Apple’s podcast app being among the biggest in the space, these stats go to prove that so many shows stop before they even get started.Links:Q’d UpSpoken word audio reportMy Podcast ReviewsPod Vader twitterPod Vader emailJohn’s email