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A show focused on all things podcasting brought to you by We Edit Podcasts and hosted by Andrew Delmar. It’s a place where we can share all the knowledge we've collected over the past six years of producing hundreds of thousands of episodes. We’ve got technical advice, and product reviews, monetization methods that actually work, podcasting how-to's, tips and tricks, even some podcast myth-busting, and so much more! With the Ask We Edit Show there's no fluff, just a daily dose of sound podcasti… Continue Reading >>
A show focused on all things podcasting brought to you by We Edit Podcasts and hosted by Andrew Delmar. It’s a place where we can share all the knowledge we've collected over the past six years of producing hundreds of thousands of episodes. We’ve got technical advice, and product reviews, monetization methods that actually work, podcasting how-to's, tips and tricks, even some podcast myth-busting, and so much more! With the Ask We Edit Show there's no fluff, just a daily dose of sound podcasting advice through short informative episodes! And we would love to answer your questions, too! Please submit them at: weeditpodcasts.com/ask << Show Less
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Ep 150: Goodbye to the Ask We Edit Show Today marks the final episode of the Ask We Edit Show. After 150 shows, we feel we have built the knowledge base we set out to create. While the podcast might be ending, we have lots of exciting partnerships and projects to come, so follow us on our journey ahead!Key Points From This Episode:Why today is the final episode of the show.What is in the pipeline for us going into the future.Links Mentioned:We Edit PodcastsThanks for listening! Check us out on Twitter, Instagram @weeditpodcasts, or visit our blog at WeEditPodcasts.com/blog for everything podcast-related.
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Ep 150: Goodbye to the Ask We Edit Show Today marks the final episode of the Ask We Edit Show. After 150 shows, we feel we have built the knowledge base we set out to create. While the podcast might be ending, we have lots of exciting partnerships and projects to come, so follow us on our journey ahead!Key Points From This Episode:Why today is the final episode of the show.What is in the pipeline for us going into the future.Links Mentioned:We Edit PodcastsThanks for listening! Check us out on Twitter, Instagram @weeditpodcasts, or visit our blog at WeEditPodcasts.com/blog for everything podcast-related.
Ep 149: Can I Do an Occasional Podcast? We have spoken before about how being consistent is key in podcasting. So, are there instances where it is appropriate to have an occasional podcast? Tune in to hear when this type of podcast might work!Key Points From This Episode:Consistency and release frequency are key to listener engagement.Some situations where an occasional release date might make sense.A schedule-free podcast will have a harder time gaining traction.Links Mentioned:iTunesSpotifyStitcherThanks for listening! Check us out on Twitter, Instagram @weeditpodcasts, or visit our blog at WeEditPodcasts.com/blog for everything podcast-related.
Ep 148: How Is the Podcast Industry Doing in 2021? If you would like to know more about the state of podcasting in 2021, then this is the show for you! Tune in to hear some fascinating stats around listenership, demographics, and which platforms are doing well. Key Points From This Episode:Some of the interesting stats about that state of the industry in 2021.The major shifts that have happened in the industry over the past year.There are strong signs that point to continued and even accelerated growth.Links Mentioned:iTunesSpotifyStitcherThanks for listening! Check us out on Twitter, Instagram @weeditpodcasts, or visit our blog at WeEditPodcasts.com/blog for everything podcast-related.
Ep 147: How Do I Keep My Podcast from Getting Stale? After being in the podcasting game for a while, it is easy to lose inspiration and creativity on how to keep things fresh. Tune in today to hear more about how you can stay motivated and keep those creative juices flowing.Key Points From This Episode:Content planning can get tedious after some time in the game.Top tips on how to keep fresh and ensure you are inspired.Links Mentioned:iTunesSpotifyStitcherThanks for listening! Check us out on Twitter, Instagram @weeditpodcasts, or visit our blog at WeEditPodcasts.com/blog for everything podcast-related.
Ep 146: How Can I Overcome Imposter Syndrome When Podcasting? If you feel like you are the odd one out and that everyone else knows what they are doing, you might be experiencing imposter syndrome. This is surprisingly common, not just in podcasting, but in a range of industries. Tune in to hear some top tips on how you can overcome this limiting belief.Key Points From This Episode:Imposter syndrome affects many people across a range of industries.You are not alone in experiencing imposter syndrome; 70 percent of people experience it at some point. Some of the ways that you can deal with imposter syndrome.Links Mentioned:iTunesSpotifyStitcherThanks for listening! Check us out on Twitter, Instagram @weeditpodcasts, or visit our blog at WeEditPodcasts.com/blog for everything podcast-related.
Ep 145: What Happens if My Podcast Episode Gets Removed? Waking up one morning to find that your podcast has been removed is a nasty surprise. Podcasts get removed from Apple Podcasts for a number of reasons. Tune in today to hear more about what these are and how can resolve them.Key Points From This Episode:Some of the reasons that your podcast may get removed from Apple Podcasts.Check your email if your podcast has been removed to understand the reason.Your hosting site could also be an issue.There is an opportunity to resubmit if you actually the resolve problem.Links Mentioned:iTunesSpotifyStitcherThanks for listening! Check us out on Twitter, Instagram @weeditpodcasts, or visit our blog at WeEditPodcasts.com/blog for everything podcast-related.
Ep 144: How Do I Reduce the Number of Mic Bumps When Podcasting? Mic bumps are a common, but easily avoidable problem that can occur when podcasting. Tune in today to hear three easy-to-implement solutions to ensure you don’t have to deal with this pesky problem!Key Points From This Episode:Hear what a mic bump is and why they are tricky to remove. Find out three solutions you can use right now to avoid mic bumps.Links Mentioned:iTunesSpotifyStitcherThanks for listening! Check us out on Twitter, Instagram @weeditpodcasts, or visit our blog at WeEditPodcasts.com/blog for everything podcast-related.
Ep 143: What Do the Changes in Apple Podcasts and Spotify Mean? There are many shifts afoot in the world of podcasting at the moment! While some of this may leave us uncertain and worried, we believe the movement of the biggest streaming platforms shows just how important and powerful the podcasting medium is. Tune in to hear about some of the major changes that are happening on Apple Podcasts and Spotify right now!Key Points From This Episode:There are many changes happening in the podcast space and on streaming platforms right now. The shifts are signs of the money involved and the possibility for growth.New features that Apple Podcasts has recently implemented for subscriptions and discovery. Some of the exciting things that Spotify is currently rolling out. Links Mentioned:PatreonJoe RoganThanks for listening! Check us out on Twitter, Instagram @weeditpodcasts, or visit our blog at WeEditPodcasts.com/blog for everything podcast-related.
Ep 142: Should I Take Breaks from My Podcast? Taking a break from your podcast can be a healthy thing to do from time to time. Avoiding burnout and gaining new perspectives and energy are just some of the benefits you might accrue by switching off for a while. We encourage this, but also encourage you to plan ahead and think strategically about how and when you might put things on pause. Tune in to find out more!Key Points From This Episode:There are a number of possible benefits to taking a break from your podcast.You may want to get re-energized or find some new perspective through taking a break.Planning is crucial, so be strategic about when you take a break.Creating a backlog of episodes that can be released during a break is a great idea.Posting on social media while taking a break can help avoid losing too much momentum.Links Mentioned:Thanks for listening! Check us out on Twitter, Instagram @weeditpodcasts, or visit our blog at WeEditPodcasts.com/blog for everything podcast-related.
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