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The Zoom Podtrack P4 is coming out next month (from what I hear) and this appears to be a game-changer for those podcasting on a budget. Here are some of the features of the Zoom Podtrack P4: Zoom Podtrack P4 Podcast Recorder Four mic inputs with XLR connectors Four headphone outputs with individual volume control Gain control knobs and mute buttons for each input Phantom power for all XLR inputs Automatically prevent feedback from call audio using the Mix-Minus function Easily connect your phone using the TRRS connection Trigger sound effects using four assignable Sound Pads with 11preset sounds All input sources can be recorded on separate tracks 16-bit /44.1kHz audio WAV Records directly to SD, SDHC and SDXC cards up to 512 GB 2-input, 2-output USB audio interface Class-compliant mode for iOS compatibility Up to four hours of use with just two AA batteries or a USB power supply Can be powered via 2 AA Batteries Can be powered via USB or Zoom AD-17 AC Adapter Comparing the Podtrack P4 to the Rodecaster Pro Zoom P4 VS Rodercaster Pro Zoom Podtrack P4 Manual (pdf), Price: Zoom Podtrack P4 is $199 Rodecaster is $599 Audio Processing: The Rodecaster has built-in APHEX audio processing and mic modeling. There is a “big bottom,” an aural exciter, a compressor, and noise gate. The P4 has a low cut (to cut out unnecessary frequencies) and a limiter (to make sure you don’t peak and distort). ThePodtrack P4 does have very powerful preamps that are very quiet. The Rodecaster also features a built-in ducking option so if the host is in channel 1, and someone tries to talk at the same time this feature (which can be turned on and off) will ensure the host (mic 1) is heard. Sound Pads: The Rodecaster has 8 pads for sound effects vs the 4 on the P4. If you’re doing things live and want the ability to play sounds with a press of a button. As both the Rodecaster and the P4 have the ability to plug a phone in and you could use an app like Backpack studio which enables you to have a ton of sound pads. Slider Vs Knobs The Rodecaster has sliders vs the knobs on the P4 Storage: The P4 has a SD card, the Rodecaster has a micro SD Card. On their website, the Rodecaster mentions Micro SD up to 256 Gigs. The Podtrack P4 mentions card up to 512 Gigs. Both of those sizes are huge. Bluetooth: The Rodecaster has built-in Blue Tooth, the P4 has an optional BTA-2 Bluetooth option ($49) Recording Sample Rate: The Rodecaster records in 48khz/24-bit, the P4 is 44.1khz/16 bit. While I don’t feel this makes that much of a difference (as in the end your podcast is listened to in earbuds, car speakers, and portable speakers). However, if you’re doing anything with video, your video editor will be happy you have the ability to record in 48khz. Number of Tracks: The Rodecaster can record up to 8 tracks, the P4 records up to 4 Both units provide a stereo mixdown, and in addition to the mic inputs, they provide tracks for the pads. The Rodecaster has the ability to turn off the multi-track recording. Recording Into Your Computer Both send a stereo mix to the computer (great for live streaming), but the Rodecaster can also send map individual tracks to channels. Interface The Rodecaster has a touch screen. The P4 has a simple to use menu system. Markers The Rodecaster has the ability to add markers (which can be very useful for editing) While other room recorders have this feature the P4 does not ) Outputs The Rodecaster has 4 headphones out in addition to a stereo out. The Zoom P4 has four headphones out. Footprint:The Rodecaster is 14″ X 11″ the P4  4.1″ X6.1.’ This might be important for those with smaller desktops. The P4 is  1/4th smaller than the Rodecaster. For my friends across the pond the Rodecaster is 350 mm x 275 mm the Podtrack P4 is 112 mm x 155 mm Warranty: RodecasterPro: Limited 1-Year Warranty with 1 Additional Year upon Registration. (source BNH). Podtrack P4: Limited 1-Year Warranty (source BNH). If you’re looking for a great sounding unit, and never need to record more than four sources, this is a great unit. Audio snobs will complain about the lack of ability to record in 48khz/24hz but 44.1/16 will be fine for something that is heard in-car speakers and earbuds. Some will complain about sliders vs knobs. The knobs help cut the footprint which gives you your desk back. If you want to achieve the tone of the rodecaster you will need to invest in some plugins. If you’re on a budget and want an easy way to record separate tracks including the phone, this is worth checking out. Just don’t drop it. Check out the Zoom Podtrack P4 The Zoom ZDM-1 Dynamic Microphone I must confess that the Electrovoice RE320 has been my mic for many years. It’s also close to $300. The ZDM-1 comes with a pop filter, “stand” a cable, and headphones for $120. I didn’t think it was fair to compare it to the RE320 so I pulled out the Rode Podmic (another microphone designed for podcasters for around $99). Both microphones are very well built, and when I kid about using them as a weapon, I’m not kidding. You need a sturdy stand to hold these up. The ZDM-1 has a great mount that screws into the bottom and just seems solid. The Rode Podmic also is well built. The Zoom ZMD-1 has 50 Hz to 18 kHz frequency response with tight bass and smooth highs enhance vocal tone for radio, podcasting, and more The Rode Podmic has a frequency response of 20 Hz to 20 kHz. In specs, it should pick up a bit more bass and a bit more high end. While neither one of these microphones sound bad, I thought I heard a little more high end and sibilance on the Zoom ZMD-1. The one thing that Audio Technica, Zoom, and other microphone companies need to quit doing is giving us microphone stands that are 100% completely worthless. While the TPS-4 stand that comes with the ZDM-1 is sturdier than the other worthless microphone stands, They are so short that you have to do a bizarre yoga pose to lean over to use it. Either invent a new mic stand as an accessory, or just include the clip/mount and lower the price. Nobody in their right mind is using the TPS-4 microphone stand. The Zoom ZHP-1 Headphones were amazingly clear. The high end was crystal clear to an almost alarming point. The somewhat self-adjusting headphones fit nice and snug and really cut out the outside world. I used other “included” headphones with other microphones and they were typically uncomfortable and had the fidelity of a record cut out of a cereal box (you have to be over 50 to get that). These had a nice sound, and I love that the cable can be disconnected at the headphones (great for those of us who are always tangled in or headphone cable. For $199 this a good value with a solid mic, nice pop filter, study mount and comfortable headphones to boot. Just pick up a nice boom arm (are strong desk stand as it is heavy). August Question of the Month: What Keeps You Going? This month the question was, “What has kept you going with your podcast when others have stopped?” Kris and Kristine from the Kris and Kristine Show Kris and Kristine are engaged and this is just another great way of spending time together. (everyone together  – awww….). Kristine said, ” I’m big on trying to constantly strengthen our relationship. And there’s a lot of research that says, for a woman, when she invests in the hobbies and the interests of her partner, then it really helps to build that bond. And so Kris could have loved going to golf or you could have had all these hobbies that take you out of the house and away from me, but instead, you choose to build and grow a hobby with me. What woman wouldn’t want that from her significant other that you want to spend dedicated time with me? These are super nice peeps and I wish them the best when they get married in November. Check out their show at www.krisandkristine.com Curtis Longellow from the Rerozest Podcast Curtis Longfellow from the Retrozest podcast needed an outlet. He wanted to talk about all things retro (70’s and 80’s) and by starting a podcast he attracted other people who are just like him. It turns out it’s really paid off. Diane Franklin, the actress who portrayed Monique Juno in the classic 80s dark comedy film Better Off Dead, granted me an interview in celebration of the 30 fifth anniversary of the film. In fact, it just posted yesterday. The other thing that keeps me going is the power of podcasting network shows. In fact, via Episode Number 678 of the School of podcasting, you really prepared me for the aforementioned interview with Diane Franklin. What was supposed to only be a 45-minute interview ballooned into an hour and 15 minutes. This was largely because the tips you shared on Episode Number 678 really prepared me and helped me to frame and ask some very unique questions, which kept the stories from Diane flowing. Additionally, you recently did a short review of my AC DC Back in Black 40th anniversary episode on your Podcast Rodeo Show. You shared several tips which helped me to plan for future episodes. And also you pointed out a glaring typo on my podcast description to which I immediately responded and corrected. Thank you for all you do. Dave. I suspect that your contribution to teaching about podcasting is really keeping a bunch of podcasters going, keep up the good work, and check out the retros s podcasts at retro zest.com forward slash podcast. Civilla Morgan from the Childless, Not By Choice (and Not Just Another Religion and politics Podcast) Here is what Civilla from the Childless, Not by Choice had this to say, “I believe I believe in the power of podcasting, I believe podcasting is a Message carrier. And I can see the results of it because of the response that I get. I may not be at a million downloads. But I’m hearing from people whose lives are literally being changed when they listen to the Childless, not by choice podcast episodes. They’re writing into me.  One woman just called me about a week ago from Holland on speakpipe on my website, and she left a message because she was so excited to find thes podcast, she couldn’t believe it. And she had to tell me all about what episode she was on and how the podcast has completely absolutely helped her and that she just recently joined the Facebook group. I’ve got to keep going. I’ve got to keep getting the word out. Slowly but surely it can be tedious. There can be deep valley moments where you just want to throw everything across the room and just walk away from it all. And then those awesome mountain top moments where you get that awesome interview, like when I got that interview with you, Dave Jackson. And so you have to take the good with the bad when it comes to podcasting and I just love that I can get the message out whether it’s the Childless, not by choice podcast, or the Not just another religion and politics podcast where I get to say my part as to how the Christian community is behaving (or misbehaving right now), in some instances. It’s just a way to get the word out to get your message out. It’s truly a message carrier. And that’s why I’m still podcasting. Craig Wealand from Ingles Podcast Here are the reason Craig keeps podcasting: I podcast with a co-host, who I’ve known for many years. He’s a very good friend. And it’s a lot of fun to get together with him. once every three weeks, batch record some episodes, then have a nice lunch together and just hang out, just be with someone who I really like. We have a laugh, we have fun together. So one big element of the fun I get from podcasting is getting together with my friend and colleague. I think we’re helping people with our product when I know we’re helping people, we get feedback, voice messages, emails, telling us that because of the podcasts, we’ve helped people, get promotions, find a job pass an exam in English, so we know that we’re doing some good out there and then keeps us going the feedback from our community.  I really like the podcasting community. They’re a great bunch of people. And I enjoy hanging out with podcasters. I feel very comfortable when I’m with podcasters. And, and over the years, I’ve made some really good friends in the podcasting community going to events and conferences, and meeting people online. So I really like being part of the community. And it’s much easier to be part of the community if you have a podcast. I think I really like creating something that wasn’t in the world before. Hopefully, that’s a good thing. It might be a bad thing. But I like the idea that we’ve put something out there that might be of use to people and it didn’t exist before we turned on the microphones.  I like the idea that I’ve created something. Check out Craig at Ingles Podcast Dave Jackson from the School of Podcasting I’ve always said that podcasting scratches every itch I have. It is somewhat technical, and I’m somewhat of a geek. You are in 100% control and you can do anything you want. As a creative person, I love that. I get to help people. As someone with a teaching background, that puts a lot of “Gas in my tank.” As someone who spent myself into bankruptcy trying to have children (and failed), this is somehow my “Legacy.” Check out all of Dave’s shows at www.powerofpodcasting.com September Question of the Month Right now, I’m obsessed with the word, Interesting. When you hear the word interesting, what comes to your mind. If someone who spoke another language and asked you to explain what Interesting mean, how would you describe it. Feel free to “riff” on your thoughts of interesting, and explain any examples of content you feel is interesting. I need your answer by September 25th, 2020.  Go to www.schoolofpodcasting.com/question Ready to Start Your Podcast? I love helping people plan, launch, and grow their podcast. I have multiple plans and scenarios to meet any budget. Let’s work together. The post The Zoom Podtrack P4 Portable Podcast Recorder appeared first on Power of Podcasting.
HOUSEKEEPING: My book, Profit Grom Your Podcast UPDATE. If you’re asked to confirm your sale, please say yes. Podcasts are continuing to get more and more popular with millions of listeners worldwide. In some (few from what I’ve seen) cases, people with very popular or very niche shows can charge what some people call a “Guest Appearance Fee.” While I understand that some of us are trying to at least pay for the cost of production with our podcasts, but there are some things to think about before you go charging people to be on your show. SUPPLY AND DEMAND I know some people were charging to be on your show (in some cases four figures) to be a guest. The law of supply and demand can be summarized as the smaller the supply for something the more your can charge as long as it has value (or perceived value). Why? Because you can’t get it anyplace else. If you show has a HUGE audience and people are banging on your door to be on your show, this might indicate a high demand for people to be on your show. If your show is super niche, it may be the only podcast on the topic. If a potential guest wants to do a deep dive on Viking history, there may not be that many podcasts to contact. Remember when sponsors are paying you money it is to get in front of your audience. If a guest thinks you have a large chunk of the audience they may be willing to pay to get in front of them. MANAGING DEMAND WITH YOUR PRICE When you have too much demand on a product as you can’t keep up, one strategy is to raise the price. When I was a working musician some of the bars I played had a $5 cover charge. Why? Because if you were willing to pay $5 just to get in the door there was a good chance those people had disposable money to buy food and drinks. This way your bar was full of your target audience. If you have a TON of people BEGGING to be on your show, charging for an appearance might slow the demand. It might shorten the line to get into the guest chair, and only those who KNOW that you have their target audience will bust out the cash to sit in that seat. If this sounds like a good idea, lets take a second and look at this a little deeper. Take a Long Look in the Mirror If you were to go to Google is your show one of less than five other podcasts on your subject? Are you the only pigmy pony podcast? Do you have a large audience? Not many people can say they have a super-niche podcast with a large audience. Here are some other things to consider: Enjoying the Extra Money This Would Bring In TV Talk shows (due to the union) pay their guests to appear on the show ($726 per episode by some accounts) but that is for a show with millions of viewers. According to some reports by Marketwatch 30% of adults have no emergency savings at all (if you make 50,000 a year). If you go up to $150,000 a year 25% of people are still living paycheck to paycheck. My point is without some discipline, there were always be more month at the end of the money. What might happen is you have an extra $1000 a month and you get those braces for the kid, or even worse have a second child (and those little boogers are expensive). Now what was extra money to put into your savings, or add some breathing room, is now being spent every week. It is no longer “extra”money. Now You NEED Guests to Pay When your back is up against the wall you do things you may not be proud of. Now you start to accept any guest as long as they pay. I’ve been there done that. While I had a job when I graduate from college I still took a job as a janitor at my church to help pay the bills. I had student loans to pay, and I needed to save up money to move into an apartment. My Dad (who had a degree in computers) took a job as a convenient store manager working the night shift. You do what have to do not because you want to, but because you have to. This Could Cause a Negative Spiral If your guests don’t fit your audience, and they don’t deliver value, you might lose your audience (and remember that is what people are paying for – to get in front of your audience). If your audience goes away, so does the demand to get in front of them. For me (again an opinion), you don’t really need to sell me your guest and provide tons of street cred when you introduce your guests. I trust you that you’re not going to bring on someone who won’t deliver value. Potential FTC Issues The FTC Guides, state that at their core, reflect the basic truth-in-advertising principle that endorsements must be honest and not misleading. An endorsement must reflect the honest opinion of the endorser and can’t be used to make a claim that the product’s marketer couldn’t legally make. 255.5 states, “When there exists a connection between the endorser and the seller of the advertised product that might materially affect the weight or credibility of the endorsement (i.e., the connection is not reasonably expected by the audience), such connection must be fully disclosed. “ For me, by having them on your show, your audience trusts you to bring people of value. If you don’t disclose that they are paying to be there, and someone purchases their product or service, you might have an issue with the FTC (I’m not a lawyer, but it gets sticky). If you’re in the UK, you might want to check out the CAP Code 2.4 “Marketers and publishers must make clear that advertorials are marketing communications.”  Vote For The Schol of Podcasting We are in the final slate of the Podcast Awards. Go to www.podcastawards.com and vote for the School of Podcasting in the technology category (I also love the Newsworthy show, and the Packers Fan Podcast).  I Want to Help You With Your Podcast What is keeping you going? What has started you from starting? Go to www.schoolofpodcasting.com/question to answer by August 28th I Want to Help You With Your Podcast I’ve been helping people plan, launch, and grow their podcast for 15 years. I’d love to help you. Go to www.schoolofpodcasting.com/workwithme to find the best way I can help you. The post Charging Your Guest an “Appearance Fee” on Your Podcast appeared first on Power of Podcasting.
Supply and Demand The “law” of supply and demand is this: The more demand there is for a product, the more you can charge for it. There are many things that lead and boost demand, and that is outside the scope of today’s show. In general, you are delivering value (or perceived value) If you raise the price more and more, the demand may go down (as it doesn’t deliver as much value for the price).  Cover Charge When I was a musician, some places I played would charge a “Cover Charge” which was a way of attracting people with more disposable income (as you would pay $5 to get in the door). People with disposable income might have more money to buy food and drinks.  I believe some people are charging to be on their show as a “Cover Charge.” This is for very, very, very popular shows. This is by far, not the norm.  The Slippery Slope If you charge someone money to appear, you might end up with some “Extra money.” I don’t know about you, but I remember paying of a car or credit card, and thinking I would have “extra” money at the end of the month. Somehow, you always seem to find a way to spend that extra money. Now you NEED guests to pay you to appear to help pay for the new car, your child’s new braces, or whatever it is you have now added to your assets.  This may mean you are going to be less selective when it comes to choosing guests. As long as they can pay, then they can be on the show.  This would then potentially decrease the value to the audience, which then lowers the number of listeners, which then lowers the demand to be on your show. People are paying to get in front of your audience.  If you let anyone with some money be on your show, you are at risk of losing your audience.  Potential FTC Issues The FTC Guides, state that at their core, reflect the basic truth-in-advertising principle that endorsements must be honest and not misleading. An endorsement must reflect the honest opinion of the endorser and can’t be used to make a claim that the product’s marketer couldn’t legally make. 255.5 states, “When there exists a connection between the endorser and the seller of the advertised product that might materially affect the weight or credibility of the endorsement (i.e., the connection is not reasonably expected by the audience), such connection must be fully disclosed. ”  For me, by having them on your show, your audience trusts you to bring people of value. If you don’t disclose that they are paying to be there, and someone purchases their product or service, you might have an issue with the FTC (I’m not a lawyer, but it gets sticky).  Final Thoughts While this is my opinion, I’ve provided the logic behind it. As always your show is yours to do with what you want. For me, I always look at better ways to serve my audience.  Need Some Help? Let’s sit down and plan your podcast success? Already started and you got stuck on something? Need some help understanding the technology?  Go to www.podcastconsultant.com/schedule and set up a time Mentioned on this show. Dave on Entrepreneurs on Fire   The post Charging Your Podcast Guest An Appearance Fee? appeared first on Power of Podcasting.
A libsyn slug is something you will be asked for when you sign up at Libsyn.com ( Libsyn is short for Liberated Syndication – they are the largest podcast media hosting company). You can get a free month when you sign up using the coupon code sopfree.  How is a Libsyn Slug Used? The libsyn slug is used as an ID for your Libsyn account. If you open a support ticket all you have to do is provide your slug and the support team can look up your account information. It is also used in the URL of your libsyn podcast page. For example, my slug is podcastconsultant. My Libsyn podcast page is http://podcastconsultant.libsyn.com/website (I don’t use that page, I use this page which uses WordPress, hosted at coolerwebsites.com It is also used in your feed. The feed for this show is https://podcastsconsultant.libsyn.com/rss  Lastly, it’s used in the URL of your MP3 file. Last weeks file is https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/podcastconsultant/ypc071-joerogan.mp3 Can I Change My Slug? As we just stated the slug is used in your libsyn podcast page, your feed, and every mp3 file. If you change your slug – you break everything.  Just so you are 100% clear on the consequences. 1. All your episodes will need to be fixed as the url to the mp3 will change. So whatever websites have the episodes will need to be redone for every single episode. 2. If you used the Libsyn podcast page anything linking to that page will need to be updated. 3. Your RSS feed will change, so your iTunes will be looking at a dead feed (with no way to update your previous subscribers) so you lose ALL reviews and ALL of your subscribers. You will be starting from scratch. If you haven’t submitted your show to any directories there really aren’t that many consequences. You do need to contact Libsyn support.  If you’ve already submitted your show to directories, here is a quick test.  Think of your favorite podcast. Got one?  Now tell me their feed.  Me Neither.  In my opinion its not worth going back to square one.    The post What is a Libsyn Slug? appeared first on Power of Podcasting.
Comments on Polyvagal Podcast? 888-563-3228 Description Justin and Mercedes are two Licensed Marriage & Family Therapists in CA that are obsessed with the Polyvagal Theory and applying it to everyday life – mental health, trauma, education, parenting and more. Website https://www.justinlmft.com/ Opinion I liked the quality of the intro. The one thing I thought I would learn from this show is what the heck Polyvagal theory is. You mentioned this was about listening and for me, I forgot due to the chit-chat that we were talking about and you might have said something like, “So we are talking about listening today, and the first thing on my list is asking why…” Justin’s microphone is a bit boomy. I’m listening in a quiet room so I really hear that, but if you’re using a Blue Yeti, make sure its set to pick up from the front (Only) and get up close. The bottom line is you held my attention, and I would listen to the rest of this episode. Get A Full Review If you’d like a full review of your podcast, check out Podcast Review Show or if you need Podcast Consulting, Book an Appointment Today Get Your Podcast Reviewed Sign up at Fiverr. com Get a full review on the Podcast Review Show. Free Subscription to the Podcast Rodeo Show Subscribe to the show and never miss another episode on Google Podcasts and Apple Podcasts. For more options see www.podcastrodeoshow.com/subscribe Work With Me Start your podcast with a membership to the School of Podcasting, or let me be your podcast mentor and guide and work side by side. Find out more at https://podcast-rodeo.pinecast.co Originally posted on http://www.podcastrodeoshow.com/312   The post Polyvagal Podcast appeared first on Power of Podcasting.
Comments on Trashy Divorces? 888-563-3228 Description A Good Podcast About Bad Relationships Website https://www.trashydivorces.com/ Opinion The audio sounds great. I met these ladies at She Podcasts. They are journalists, and they are crafting the story of Penny Marshall and Penny Marshall. For me, I don’t need this background information for me to understand their trashy divorce. About the time I get bored waiting for some trashy divorce, you went into some Patreon talk. You haven’t’ delivered any value yet, so why would I support your Patreon account. For me, I couldn’t hang in long enough to get to the actual trashy divorce talk. Get A Full Review If you’d like a full review of your podcast, check out Podcast Review Show or if you need Podcast Consulting, Book an Appointment Today Get Your Podcast Reviewed Sign up at Fiverr. com Get a full review on the Podcast Review Show. Free Subscription to the Podcast Rodeo Show Subscribe to the show and never miss another episode on Google Podcasts and Apple Podcasts. For more options see www.podcastrodeoshow.com/subscribe Work With Me Start your podcast with a membership to the School of Podcasting, or let me be your podcast mentor and guide and work side by side. Originally posted on http://www.podcastrodeoshow.com/311   The post Trashy Divorces appeared first on Power of Podcasting.
Description A podcast for people with Ankylosing Spondylitis. I am Jayson Sacco, a 34 year plus Ankylosing Spondylitis survivor. With this show, I want to bring the AS community together and talk with doctors, organizations, and individuals all dealing with AS. What Jason Was Doing Well The intro was short and to the point and… The post The Ankylosing Spondylitis Podcast appeared first on Podcast Review Show – Get Your Podcast Reviewed. Originally posted on http://podcastreviewshow.com/the-ankylosing-spondylitis-podcast/   The post The Ankylosing Spondylitis Podcast appeared first on Power of Podcasting.
Comments on Veterans in Cannabiz? 888-563-3228 Description The cannabis/hemp industries are the new gold rush for investors and entrepreneurs, but veterans are being left in the dark due to the stigma and misunderstood financial aspects of the industry. Cannabis business owners also don’t know how to communicate with the military community about opportunities in their businesses. This show aims to fill the void. Brought to you by a West Point graduate who believes in the multi-faceted benefits of cannabis, Scott R. Tucker is passionate about showing the veteran and military spouse community how to become leaders in the Cannabis Gold rush. Website https://anchor.fm/veteransincannabiz/ Opinion The music intro with no voice-over was too long. You kind of lost me introducing why the guest was on at the beginning. You got a little to inside baseball talking about groups the audience has no access to. You did a great job with your first question. I’ve said it before. Anchor.fm is horrible For a second episode, you are out of the gate. With a little post production to lose some “ums” you are well on your way. Get A Full Review If you’d like a full review of your podcast, check out Podcast Review Show or if you need Podcast Consulting, Book an Appointment Today Get Your Podcast Reviewed Sign up at Fiverr. com Get a full review on the Podcast Review Show. Free Subscription to the Podcast Rodeo Show Subscribe to the show and never miss another episode on Google Podcasts and Apple Podcasts. For more options see www.podcastrodeoshow.com/subscribe Work With Me Start your podcast with a membership to the School of Podcasting, or let me be your podcast mentor and guide and work side by side. Originally posted on https://podcast-rodeo.pinecast.co/episode/c5d32c659cfd4719/veterans-in-cannabiz   The post Veterans in Cannabiz appeared first on Power of Podcasting.
I’m Back! at 226.8 After writing a book, I’m back and up in my weight. I could cry and beat myself up, but I just looked at the calendar and said: “October 1st the day I turn this thing around.” I reset some data in my apps, starting getting up a little earlier, walking a little more, paying attention to my water intake. I’ve even cleaned off my exercise bike as its fall in Ohio, and only a matter of time until the snowfalls.  Don’t let yourself get complacent with your health. What used to scare the crap out of me is now slowly becoming the norm. That is something that can’t happen. These happen in small increments, and we kind of let them fly under the radar as these bad habits and inches, um, inch their way into our lives.  I did find an article on what famed Quarterback Tom Brady (he is a bit of a freak of Nature). See it at  https://tb12sports.com/blog/what-does-tom-brady-eat  I’m glad to be back, and ready to get motivated. Thanks for being a patron! Originally posted on http://logicalloss.com/pressing-reset   The post Pressing Reset appeared first on Power of Podcasting.
Comments on The Speaking Show? 888-563-3228 Description The Speaking Show with David Newman is focused on a core audience of speakers, consultants, and experts who want instant-action strategies, advice, and insights to grow your motivational speaking and public speaking business. David is the founder of the Speaker Profit Formula mentoring program and has helped over 550 entrepreneurs and executives market smarter and speak more profitably. Website https://www.doitmarketing.com/podcast/ Opinion I liked the intro, it was short and to the point and I knew what the show was about and who it was made for. Dave is VERY high energy (and when his guest wasn’t it makes him appear even more hyper). He asked good questions (although they had a ton of setup) but his guest didn’t do a very good job and admittedly took a tangent. I would’ve somehow fixed that in post and edited that out or somehow kept her on track. I love that he has how many reviews he has on his website (even though reviews do nothing for you – they are just social proof) and the number is wrong (which somewhat hurts your credibility). Once I got used to Dave’s voice, I can see myself listening to this show (or at least giving another episode a try – he has good titles). Get A Full Review If you’d like a full review of your podcast, check out Podcast Review Show or if you need Podcast Consulting, Book an Appointment Today Get Your Podcast Reviewed Sign up at Fiverr. com Get a full review on the Podcast Review Show. Free Subscription to the Podcast Rodeo Show Subscribe to the show and never miss another episode on Google Podcasts and Apple Podcasts. For more options see www.podcastrodeoshow.com/subscribe Work With Me Start your podcast with a membership to the School of Podcasting, or let me be your podcast mentor and guide and work side by side. Originally posted on http://www.podcastrodeoshow.com/309   The post The Speaking Show appeared first on Power of Podcasting.
Comments on A Non-Mom Happy Hour? 888-563-3228 Description A Non Mom Happy Hour is a podcast and community that brings women together for laughter and healing every Sunday night. This is a safe space to talk about trauma, survival, self-care, and the innate badassery that comes with being a woman. If you like to laugh, feel like you never quite fit into most lady groups because you’re not a mom, or just need a break from momming for an hour, you should come to hang out! A Non Mom Happy Hour: Celebrating real ass human women, whether they use their baby box or not. Website https://anonmomhappyhour.podbean.com/ Opinion The beginning sounded unplanned, unorganized, and amateur. You kept laughing at things that as a new listener I didn’t get. You spent time talking about things we don’t care about (hey! we’re building a website that you can’t see yet). I liked the attitude, and your audio was ok, but your first impression didn’t instill confidence that you had taken some time to come up with content that was going to move or entertainment. Get A Full Review If you’d like a full review of your podcast, check out Podcast Review Show or if you need Podcast Consulting, Book an Appointment Today Get Your Podcast Reviewed Sign up at Fiverr. com Get a full review on the Podcast Review Show. Free Subscription to the Podcast Rodeo Show Subscribe to the show and never miss another episode on Google Podcasts and Apple Podcasts. For more options see www.podcastrodeoshow.com/subscribe Work With Me Start your podcast with a membership to the School of Podcasting, or let me be your podcast mentor and guide and work side by side. Originally posted on https://podcast-rodeo.pinecast.co/episode/d2e75aa8955c4a30/a-non-mom-happy-hour   The post A Non Mom Happy Hour appeared first on Power of Podcasting.
Comments on Rawcast: The Anti Social Commentary #podcast? 888-563-3228 Description Rawcast is a blistering earful of auditory honesty. A podcast focused on bringing listeners the dregs of truth on all social topics fascinating and controversial. Spearheaded by quick-witted and bleakly comical host Clinton Kaley, this newcomer to the podcasting arena is poised to join the ranks of other heavy-hitters. Rawcast delivers unbiased, intense, research-based social commentary with a healthy twinge of cynicism and no-nonsense sensibility. We submit for your approval a tough-as-nails podcast focused on open, honest, uncomfortable social commentary. Our goal is to shine the unbiased light of truth into the darker, more obscure aspects of our culture. Our mission is to dominate the podcast world with a genuine concern for our fellow man. Relentless dedication to veracity is our agenda. We are honest. We are hardcore. We are hopeful. We are Rawcast: The Anti Social Commentary Podcast Website https://play.google.com/music/listen?u=0#/ps/I3eba4uznh265iptmtrjhf2e5e4 Opinion First off the website you have listed is a Google Play Music site which is only available to people in North America (get a domain at www.coolerwebsites.com). Then you start off the show with a VERY long commercial for CBD stuff with a name NOBODY will be able to spell. You follow up the VERY long commercial with ANOTHER Commercial for Podcoin. I’m three minutes in and you’ve done nothing to tease me into staying, and I haven’t made it to the podcast so I’m gone. You audience quality is tolerable but ditch the Blue snowball, get a Samson Q2U (see my gear guide) and get close to the microphone and get a pop filter. YOU ARE NOT JOE ROGAN. Just cause Joe can start off his show with seven minutes of commercials does not mean you can start your show off with three minutes of commercials because YOU ARE NOT JOE ROGAN. Check out Dave’s interview of the Founder of Podcoin.  Get A Full Review If you’d like a full review of your podcast, check out Podcast Review Show or if you need Podcast Consulting, Book an Appointment Today Get Your Podcast Reviewed Sign up at Fiverr. com Get a full review on the Podcast Review Show. Free Subscription to the Podcast Rodeo Show Subscribe to the show and never miss another episode on Google Podcasts and Apple Podcasts. For more options see www.podcastrodeoshow.com/subscribe Work With Me Start your podcast with a membership to the School of Podcasting, or let me be your podcast mentor and guide and work side by side. Originally posted on https://podcast-rodeo.pinecast.co/episode/f39fb15d2e94408a/rawcast-the-anti-social-commentary-podcast   The post Rawcast: The Anti Social Commentary #podcast appeared first on Power of Podcasting.
Comments on Welcome to My Show? 888-563-3228 Description An improvised “comedy” variety show that focuses on embracing the terrible things in the world! From bad dates, freaky finds on Craigslist, and conspiracy theories, to phone calls home to mom, this show has everything you’ve never asked for and more! Website http://www.welcometomyshow.pizza Opinion I like, no, I LOVE the snarkiness. The garbage thing is somewhat confusing but ok. The music you have has lyrics and makes my head explode trying to listen to the song and your voice at the same time.  I liked the story and your vulnerability. You are right on the edge of a plosive problem where you pop your B’s and P’s. Point the butt of your microphone at 2 O Clock and the front of the mic at the CORNER of your mouth. Then say Happy Peanut Butter or Bobby puts pizza in his pants. If you don’t hear plosives you’re good. I do look down and see there is another 40 minutes to go. You’re off to a good start. As you’re telling stories, you might want to check out the book Storyworthy by Mathew Dicks. You can get it at Amazon or for free at Audible. Get A Full Review If you’d like a full review of your podcast, check out Podcast Review Show or if you need Podcast Consulting, Book an Appointment Today Get Your Podcast Reviewed Sign up at Fiverr. com Get a full review on the Podcast Review Show. Free Subscription to the Podcast Rodeo Show Subscribe to the show and never miss another episode on Google Podcasts and Apple Podcasts. For more options see www.podcastrodeoshow.com/subscribe Work With Me Start your podcast with a membership to the School of Podcasting, or let me be your podcast mentor and guide and work side by side. Originally posted on https://podcast-rodeo.pinecast.co/episode/a8793bd646fa47f2/welcome-to-my-show   The post Welcome to My Show appeared first on Power of Podcasting.
Today I am joined by who does the Big Fat Podcast Description: Having been overweight for most of his life, Daniel Rosado experiments with his diet and starts to lose weight. The struggles and successes are all documented here as well as interviews with health and fitness experts. If you are ready to take action and make changes to your health, the Big Fat Life Podcast is here to help. Follow him on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/bigfatlifepodcast/ Today we hear: Daniel’s “ENOUGH!” moment How he found a nutritionist What hasn’t worked for him His advice for anyone feeling discouraged Dave’s carb experiment His show is Big Fat Life Podcast and is available in Apple and Google   Originally posted on http://www.logicalloss.com/391   The post Finding What Works for You with Dan Rosado appeared first on Power of Podcasting.
The International Podcast Association was launched at Podcast Movement 2019. Today I talk with two members of the executive board Liz Covart of Ben Franklin’s World and Glenn Hebert from the Horse Radio Network. Because of Our Podcast – We Lost 100 lbs 1:11 Emily Prokop and John Jominzu of the Hate to Weight Podcast announced on a recent episode that together they have lost a combined weight of 100lbs. Both say the support form their private Facebook group who cheer them on when they do good, and lift them up when they have a bad week has been a determining force in their weight loss success. I love this clip for: Showing the courage each week that reveals their success or failures The honest tears of joy that can’t be faked The humble thanking of the group instead of taking credit for themselves. Check out their show at http://www.hatetoweight.com The International Podcast Association 06:10 We are joined by Liz and Glenn from the International Podcast Association who help explain: What is it? Why do we need it? Who is shaping it? What do they need from you? What do you need from them? How long will board members be active? How much does it cost? What is their first order of business? Why they chose to only use board members with no corporate ties at this point. If you haven’t already, please visit http://www.internatinalpodcastassociation.org/survey 22: 55 Why podcasters are better communicators 28:14 What about the podcast puppies? 29:42 No Question of the month in September Podcast Review Show Prices are Going Up in October 33:24 If you want some honest feedback on every inch of your show, you need to move fast at http://www.podcastreviewshow.com as prices are going up in October. Currently, you get: Two on one consulting (two consultants Dave Jackson of the School of Podcasting and Erik K Johnson from Podcast Talent Coach) Review of your audio quality, your flow of content, your goals, your website, artwork, – everything Exposure on the Podcast Review Show podcast Exposure on the School of Podcasting YouTube Channel Work With Me Join the School of Podcasting or let me be your podcast mentor The post What is the International Podcast Association? appeared first on Power of Podcasting.
Comments on Growth Marketing Toolbox? 888-563-3228 Description Discover the latest and greatest growth marketing tools and technology. Each week, join Nicholas Scalice from Earnworthy, as he interviews marketers, product creators, startup founders, marketing technologists, and more. During the interviews, Nicholas will unbox the marketing tools they make, market, and use. You’ll be sure to walk away with actionable insights, as well as a long list of new tools to add to your marketing stack. Website https://earnworthy.com/ Opinion I wanted to like this show. The intro was good and explained the show and what was coming on the episode. The introduction of the guest was a little dry, and the first question and answer brought no value to me. I was looking to hear about a tool – not the history of the owner. I wanted to know how it was different than Google Analytics. I would try one other episode, but this episode had me very bored. Get A Full Review If you’d like a full review of your podcast, check out Podcast Review Show or if you need Podcast Consulting, Book an Appointment Today Get Your Podcast Reviewed Sign up at Fiverr. com Get a full review on the Podcast Review Show. Free Subscription to the Podcast Rodeo Show Subscribe to the show and never miss another episode on Google Podcasts and Apple Podcasts. For more options see www.podcastrodeoshow.com/subscribe Work With Me Start your podcast with a membership to the School of Podcasting, or let me be your podcast mentor and guide and work side by side. Originally posted on https://podcast-rodeo.pinecast.co/episode/47a0dfc4a85743cf/growth-marketing-toolbox   The post Growth Marketing Toolbox appeared first on Power of Podcasting.
Full Show Notes see www.logicalloss.com/390 Weight Check-In When I last recorded I was 224.4 and as of today, I’m at 224.3. Am I happy that I went down a tenth of a pound? Not really. If there was a silver lining, in my weight update its that I was traveling for a week where I was stuck eating hotel food. I did take one step in planning and took some Advocare Meal Replacements with me and drank those for breakfast and skipped my lunch (attempting to do a slight version of Intermittent Fasting). With the news I received in this episode, I have new motivation. Withings BPM Connect Review Recently I added an Apple Watch to my tools of tracking my health along with My Fitness Pal, Sleep Cycle, and Streaks apps. As I started to investigate the Apple Health app and what tools worked primarily an Apple Watch (but also a Fitbit in case that is you). I really like my Withings Scale, and on their website, I see where they have a wireless blood pressure device called the Withings BPM Connect. It’s around $95 and it’s cordless and wireless. This is great for people who travel or want to store it in their desk (which is what I do). I take it out, and put my arm in the sleeve and press one button, and it takes my pressure and displays it on the unit (along with a hint if I have an issue or note) and automatically sends it to their app which then shares it with Apple health. It was so easy to use. High Blood Numbers When your doctor takes your blood pressure, the results are two numbers, with one number on top (systolic) and one on the bottom (diastolic), like a fraction. For example, 120/80 mm Hg. The top number refers to the amount of pressure in your arteries during the contraction of your heart muscle. This is called systolic pressure. The bottom number refers to your blood pressure when your heart muscle is between beats. This is called diastolic pressure. Both numbers are important in determining the state of your heart health. Numbers greater than the ideal range indicate that your heart is working too hard to pump blood to the rest of your body. Check out the New Challenges We have a daily step goal streaks, and “total steps” challenges starting in September. Check out the challenges. Originally posted on http://www.logicalloss.com/390   The post My Blood Pressure Motivates Me appeared first on Power of Podcasting.
Comments on Working Cows? 888-563-3228 Description The Working Cows podcast gives you something to think about as you seek to maximize the effectiveness of your cattle operation and the joy your family receives from this lifestyle. Website http://workingcows.net Opinion I really like the intro, and tue audio quality was great. I really, really liked the guest and you did a great job of introducing the guest and explaining while he was there and jumped into a great first question. For giggles, I played with the EQ of the phone call, but it was fine. Get A Full Review If you’d like a full review of your podcast, check out Podcast Review Show or if you need Podcast Consulting, Book an Appointment Today Get Your Podcast Reviewed Sign up at Fiverr. com Originally posted on https://podcast-rodeo.pinecast.co/episode/530c77aa9d264ffe/working-cows-take-2-   The post Working Cows ( Take 2) appeared first on Power of Podcasting.
Comments on Beyond Westworld? 888-563-3228 Description Award-winning podcast duo Aaron Peterson & Troy Heinritz live without limits as they bring you into analysis mode on the very first podcast for HBO’s Westworld. You may question the nature of your reality as the “hosts” dig deep into each character’s journey through the maze to find the door. Break the code with a sectioned off part of the park for theories and deep dives into not just the show, but all the website, Instagram, and other ancillary items they can find. What are your drives? If you answered Westworld, then subscribe today! Website https://www.goldenspiralmedia.com/beyond-westworld Opinion The introduction and production were AMAZING. It sounded SUPER professional. Then you mentioned it had been a while. Then you got into a conversation about how many times you did or did not watch the show in preparation for the next season. We don’t care. We don’t care if you watched it 1, 5, or 10 times. What we want is your analysis. You did a GREAT job of teasing the content. I wanted to hear about Reddit, and easter eggs, and instead, we’re talking about the type of TV you have. I was “this close” to pressing stop. Thankfully you got to the content. You seem to mention a lot that it had been a while. This podcast is for the fans of the show – they know it been a while. They are waiting right along with you. I was impressed that you had gone to such great lengths to find interesting content, but you were taking forever to get to it.  If you had cut out the “how the sausage was made” section the momentum, and flow of the podcast was awesome. Get A Full Review If you’d like a full review of your podcast, check out Podcast Review Show or if you need Podcast Consulting, Book an Appointment Today Get Your Podcast Reviewed Sign up at Fiverr. com Get a full review on the Podcast Review Show. Free Subscription to the Podcast Rodeo Show Subscribe to the show and never miss another episode on Google Podcasts and Apple Podcasts. For more options see www.podcastrodeoshow.com/subscribe Work With Me Start your podcast with a membership to the School of Podcasting, or let me be your podcast mentor and guide and work side by side. Originally posted on https://podcast-rodeo.pinecast.co/episode/761dac06091c4fe3/beyond-westworld   The post Beyond Westworld appeared first on Power of Podcasting.
Comments on Converge Stories Podcast? 888-563-3228 Description Welcome to Converge where we know that you have a calling; following the crowd is not enough, and You really have everything you need to make a difference in your world. Hear testimonies of students who interned with those missional organizations. And find out how you can make a difference in your world Website http://convergestories.com/ Opinion The intro “tease” clip was WAY too long. Then the intro of the show wasn’t bad, but then you went and on and on and on about Converge. We don’t know what converge is, and we got the gist its a mission for Christ. You didn’t introduce your guest at all, and then let him somewhat tell his story, very slowly, about how he got into missions. I would take the story you got from the interview and condense it and use it in your introduction of your guest, and if the goal if this podcast is to entice people to join, we got to get to the “adventure” part of these stories. We have to spotlight the stories of changing people’s lives, of the amazing things you see, of the amazing places you see. Not how a man walked to his mailbox to get a postcard. The volume levels are all over the place. The host is MUCH louder than the guest. The music at times came in a bit hot. This is easily solved by adjusting the volumes before exporting the mp3, or by running your file through a system such as auphonic.com. As I was listening to it started to rain very hard hear and while I had no issues hearing the host, I had to truly focus to hear and understand the guest. The audio quality of the host was fine – the volume just didn’t match the other elements in the episode. I’m sure you have great content, but you need to think about the goal of the podcast and how the stories of the guest align with the goal of the podcast. Lastly, you have a weird capital “Y” in the middle of your description. Get A Full Review If you’d like a full review of your podcast, check out Podcast Review Show or if you need Podcast Consulting, Book an Appointment Today Get Your Podcast Reviewed Sign up at Fiverr. com Get a full review on the Podcast Review Show. Free Subscription to the Podcast Rodeo Show Subscribe to the show and never miss another episode on Google Podcasts and Apple Podcasts. For more options see www.podcastrodeoshow.com/subscribe Work With Me Start your podcast with a membership to the School of Podcasting, or let me be your podcast mentor and guide and work side by side. Originally posted on https://podcast-rodeo.pinecast.co/episode/9fbab2c8cd44418e/converge-stories-podcast   The post Converge Stories Podcast appeared first on Power of Podcasting.
Comments on Trip Hacks DC? 888-563-3228 Description Washington, DC travel tips and hacks hosted by tour guide Rob. In-depth interviews with local experts will help you plan your visit to the nation’s capital. Website https://www.triphacksdc.com Opinion I liked the intro and opening. You kind of did a dual intro. You read her bio and then did a much better/energetic intro explaining (again) why you thought she’d be a good guest. I would skip talking about what you were going to name the episode (nobody cares how the sausage was made) and get to those tops because they were awesome. Get A Full Review If you’d like a full review of your podcast, check out Podcast Review Show or if you need Podcast Consulting, Book an Appointment Today Get Your Podcast Reviewed Sign up at Fiverr. com Get a full review on the Podcast Review Show. Free Subscription to the Podcast Rodeo Show Subscribe to the show and never miss another episode on Google Podcasts and Apple Podcasts. For more options see www.podcastrodeoshow.com/subscribe Work With Me Start your podcast with a membership to the School of Podcasting, or let me be your podcast mentor and guide and work side by side. Originally posted on https://podcast-rodeo.pinecast.co/episode/93acb57eff2349c4/trip-hacks-dc   The post Trip Hacks DC appeared first on Power of Podcasting.
Comments on Nobody Asked? 888-563-3228 Description Every Wednesday, join Kyler Johnson, a gay college student from the midwest as he discusses things going on in the world around us, interviews unique guests, and shares stories from his crazy life. Nobody Asked for all of this, but Kyler is going to share stuff anyway. Website nobodyasked.simplecast.com Opinion I loved the first minute of this show. The intro, the music, you have great confidence on the microphone. There was only one thing missing and that was a story. Because you were hangry you: put back your shirt were annoyed by some loud people in a restaurant. I’m not sure that was enough to keep me going. I was thinking, “Oh boy what is going to happen when he’s hangry???? The answer was nothing much. There is a great article about shaping a story at https://jessicaabel.com/pay-attention-to-your-attention/ For me to care about what happens, I would need to know you and I don’t and your story isn’t intriguing enough for me to stick around. In the end, you want to make people laugh cry think groan educate entertain If you’re not doing any of these, you’re boring your audience. Lastly, for a better first impression, visit coolerwebsites.com and buy a domain and point it at your simplecast site. Audience Feedback Moxie from Your Brain on Facts (Hear me review her show on episode 285) thought the Portmanteu show needed a better intro to help people like me understand what the show was about (episode 298) Get A Full Review If you’d like a full review of your podcast, check out Podcast Review Show or if you need Podcast Consulting, Book an Appointment Today Get Your Podcast Reviewed Sign up at Fiverr. com Get a full review on the Podcast Review Show. Free Subscription to the Podcast Rodeo Show Subscribe to the show and never miss another episode on Google Podcasts and Apple Podcasts. For more options see www.podcastrodeoshow.com/subscribe Work With Me Start your podcast with a membership to the School of Podcasting, or let me be your podcast mentor and guide and work side by side. Originally posted on https://podcast-rodeo.pinecast.co/episode/35ea26cc12534ae6/nobody-asked   The post Nobody Asked appeared first on Power of Podcasting.
Comments on Reviews and Randomness? 888-563-3228 Description Hey there! I’m Laura Johnson and absolutely love sharing what I LOVE with anyone who will listen. You’ll hear me talk about products/services and guest interviews with a little randomness thrown in on the side! Excited you’re here! Check out more information at www.reviewsandrandomness.com Website https://reviewsandrandomness.com/ Opinion The show sounded great. I loved the intro and how things kept moving. You did a nice job of creating a table of contents. If I was a mom, I would ADORW this show as toys are expensive and you don’t want to put out $50 on a poopsie to find out its a horrible toy. The only thing that slightly caught me ear was some misspronounciations. If this is a speech impediment, My apologies for pointing this out. That was the only that caught my ear. The rest was spot on. I loved the passion when you talk about the first toy and how your kids loved it. Great job. Get A Full Review If you’d like a full review of your podcast, check out Podcast Review Show or if you need Podcast Consulting, Book an Appointment Today Get Your Podcast Reviewed Sign up at Fiverr. com Get a full review on the Podcast Review Show. Free Subscription to the Podcast Rodeo Show Subscribe to the show and never miss another episode on Google Podcasts and Apple Podcasts. For more options see www.podcastrodeoshow.com/subscribe Work With Me Start your podcast with a membership to the School of Podcasting, or let me be your podcast mentor and guide and work side by side. Originally posted on https://podcast-rodeo.pinecast.co/episode/26d5ef9f7a084d9c/reviews-and-randomness   The post Reviews and Randomness appeared first on Power of Podcasting.
Comments on The Wedge with Sara Cream & Sweet Jenny Sauce? 888-563-3228 Description Here at the Wedge, two women, who are old friends shoot the breeze about absolutely anything. They live on each coast of Australia and love to have a chat, laugh, cry and they can dig deep. Check them out at @TheWedge6 on Twitter Come and take a bite of the Wedge Website https://castbox.fm/vb/169290628 Opinion There is a lot that needs work here: Get a website so people can find you and subscribe to your show Your intro music is bad (the singer is flat), and it is WAY too long and very annoying You need to let us know what you’re going to talk about You’re uploading WAV files which won’t work on most players. Your one co-host is on the phone. I would look at any other option ( Squadcast, Skype, something) By the end, you started to get into some decent content, but there was no setup. It sounded like you called up our best friend for a chat and decided to release it to the world with zero planning. If you had said “Welcome to the Wedge (and introduce yourselves) today we are going to talk about _, then I can decide if that topic interests me. You both have chemistry (which you need to watch as you both know each other and you need to remember your audience doesn’t). It sounds like you’re having fun, and if that is the goal of this show then mission accomplished. Get A Full Review If you’d like a full review of your podcast, check out Podcast Review Show or if you need Podcast Consulting, Book an Appointment Today Get Your Podcast Reviewed Sign up at Fiverr. com Get a full review on the Podcast Review Show. Free Subscription to the Podcast Rodeo Show Subscribe to the show and never miss another episode on Google Podcasts and Apple Podcasts. For more options see www.podcastrodeoshow.com/subscribe Work With Me Start your podcast with a membership to the School of Podcasting, or let me be your podcast mentor and guide and work side by side. Originally posted on https://podcast-rodeo.pinecast.co/episode/f80338c301654edd/the-wedge-with-sara-cream-sweet-jenny-sauce   The post The Wedge with Sara Cream & Sweet Jenny Sauce appeared first on Power of Podcasting.
Beer with an engineer is a show that gives insights into the world of engineers. The post Beer With an Engineer appeared first on Podcast Review Show – Get Your Podcast Reviewed. Originally posted on http://podcastreviewshow.com/beer-with-an-engineer/   The post Beer With an Engineer appeared first on Power of Podcasting.
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Created by
David Jackson - Podcast Consultant and Coach
Podcast Status
Hiatus/Finished
Started
Jun 18th, 2012
Latest Episode
Aug 24th, 2020
Release Period
3 per week
Episodes
90
Avg. Episode Length
11 minutes
Explicit
No
Language
English

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