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131: How Many Podcasts Are There?
How many podcasts are in Apple Podcasts/iTunes and how many of those podcasts are actually producing regular episodes? Join Ray, Dave, and Daniel to talk about the number of podcasts you are sharing real estate with and what it means to podfade. Y…
130: Is Your Podcast Searchable?
Podcasts, along with podcast audio players, are now surfacing in Google searches. Can yours be found? What exactly are these searches turning up and are they useful to your show? Join Ray, Dave, and Evo Terra to talk about this new way to find podc…
129: Is Your Podcast Everywhere?
Can your podcast be found anywhere people are looking for your podcast? How about places they aren't looking for traditionally defined podcasts (read: YouTube)? Where do you put your podcast? What platforms that support audio do you ignore or resi…
128: At What Speed Do You Listen?
PS, there's only one real answer;) #purist Watch this Round on YouTube and subscribe to know when we're live! Subscribe ✅ http://youtube.com/podcastersroundtable Join the Roundtable at podcastersroundtable.com/guest
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 correc…
126: Are You Feeling Burned Out?
Have you podfaded, feeling like you're close or maybe wish you could take a break? Starting a podcast is not the hardest part, keeping going is. How do we deal with the constant grind of content production? Join Ray, Dave, and Bandrew (aka Podcasta…
125: Is Your Podcast Launch Freaking You Out? Chill Out.
Join Ray, Dave, Ginger Wiseman, and Emily Prokop to discuss podcast 'launches' (do they matter?), podcast artwork, how important is it, and more ways that tech is trying to 'solve' discovery. Podcasters' Roundtable on YouTube 
124: You Make Podcasts, So What. What Else You Got??
You have a podcast, that's probably why you're watching the Roundtable and you've probably recorded a bunch of episodes but do you create any other content to support your podcast?  Join Ray, Dave, Jamie Eads, and Jessica Kupferman to discuss ot…
123: How do you find more listeners in 2019?
Many podcasters will complain that 'the system' as it exists doesn't do enough to help grow their show. That they can't gain enough of an audience because they are locked out of the top charts or not part of a big network, but is that true? Is the…
122: Is There Any Hope for Google Podcasts?
Google's latest entry into the podcast market, Google Podcasts, isn't converting the number of Android listeners we'd hoped. Or is it? Have you used it? What can we do to get more people using Google Podcasts and if we're not successful, do you thi…
121: You Spent How Much on Podcast Gear!!??
You can start a podcast on any budget but some want all the latest and greatest gear. How much did you spend on your first podcast setup and did that investment grow over time or did you jump in headfirst and spend like you weren't planning on need…
120: Does Pandora Offer Anything New?
Pandora is one of the last, big audio platforms to introduce podcasts but do they offer anything new besides another place to list your podcast? Which by the way, would probably be good enough considering the potential exposure to a whole new audie…
119: What Do Your Shownotes Look Like?
Do you create shownotes for each episode of your podcast? Where do you post them (website, ID3 tags, RSS tags)? And how do these notes look to your listener? Are your links clickable in a podcast app? Join Ray, Dave, Daniel, and Civilla Morgan to d…
118: Podcast Stats, Charts & Other Confusing Info
Where do you get your podcast stats? Do you even look? How often? How much do they matter? And is your show ranked in Apple Podcasts? What does that even mean? Join Ray, Daniel, Paul Colligan, and Anthony Lemos to discuss stats, supposed podcast ch…
117: What's Up with Apple Podcasts?
Apple is kicking out a lot of podcasters from the Apple Podcasts directory. Why? We let you know how to avoid having your podcast removed. Watch this Round https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PkeR1CkhAL0 You can subscribe to the episode mailing list…
116: Is podcasting too difficult?
There are a lot of podcasts in the Apple Podcasts directory and by default, many other directories. But out of more than 500K podcasts, less than 25% of those will publish a new episode this year. So what's wrong? Is podcasting too difficult to mai…
115: Are There Too Many Podcasts?
Depending on where you read the stats, the number of podcasts ranges from ~250K all the way to 2 million! Um, that last one is not correct;)  Are we oversaturated with podcasts? Do you feel like there are too many options? Is there room for anothe…
114: Is Radio the Next Wave of Podcasters?
With Podcast Movement just completed, what drove a much larger presence by radio producers and as podcasters, why should we care if radio takes up podcasting? Join Ray, Dave, Daniel, Rob Greenlee, and Tyler Stalman  to talk about recent podcasting …
113: Are Podcasts More Popular Than Blogs?
  Have podcasts become more popular than blogs? What happens when you 'boost' a podcast post on facebook to promote your show and what's still wrong with the Google Podcasts App? This and more! Join Ray, Dave, Daniel, Paul Colligan and Jonathan Bl…
112: Google Podcasts - Everything you need to know
Google is giving podcasting another shot and this time I think they got it right! Can your podcast be found in Google Podcasts? Do you know how to make it available? Find out everything you need to know about this new "app" on this special Round! J…
111: Will Apple Kick You Out of Apple Podcasts?
Apple recently sent out emails to podcast producers letting them know that in the near future, podcast feeds will need to be secure. How will this affect your podcast especially if it's not using a secure RSS feed? Join Ray, Dave, Shawn Thorpe and …
110: Are you ignoring half of your audience?
Choosing a primary category, when submitting a podcast to Apple, can be difficult if you appeal to multiple audiences. Don't let the first category you choose limit the audience you market your show to. Join Ray, Dave, Michael Kickingbear and Kati…
109: Will Google Double the Size of Your Audience?
Google is looking to get serious with their podcast strategy (finally) and if they're successful, could we see podcast listenership double current rates? Join Ray, Dave, Jonathan Bloom and Ryan Flaherty to talk about Google's podcast strategy, Quak…
108: Should You Ask for Ratings and Reviews?
We're trying a new format on the Roundtable today. Each Roundtabler is choosing a couple podcasting news items and we'll discuss. I think you'll find the format very informative. I'm already enjoying the format just reading all the chosen articles!…
107: Finding New Podcast Subscribers
How do you find your audience when you've just started your podcast? You created a show and now you want people to listen and subscribe. But where are the subscribers? How do you get in front of new listeners who would be interested in your content…
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Podcast Details
Started
Jul 27th, 2012
Latest Episode
Jun 3rd, 2019
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
132
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour
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