10 Free Resources to Find New Guests for Your Podcast

As a budding podcaster, it can often be challenging to find great guests to interview for your show.

When you first sit down and plan your podcast content strategy, guest ideas may seem to flood your mind - especially if you have a decent size network right from the start!

But, after a while - after you’ve interviewed everyone in your network who can bring value and helpful insight to your audience - you may find yourself struggling to find new, exciting, insightful experts to interview.

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5 Lessons Podcasters Can Learn From Public Speakers

5 Lessons Podcasters Can Learn From Public Speakers

There are several things in common between presenting a keynote on stage at an industry conference and sitting behind the mic to record a podcast episode.

So, if you’re looking to improve the quality of your show, it may make sense to study up on what it takes to be a great public speaker.

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Introducing: Just Post, Please! Add-On Social Media & Libsyn Posting Service

Introducing: Just Post, Please! Add-On Social Media & Libsyn Posting Service

I can only say that our entire team is extremely excited about many of these new service packages. We realize how important and valuable our services are to our clients and are always striving to help them achieve their podcasting goals without sacrificing too much of their valuable time.

Today, I want to share another exciting new announcement - another brand new service that all of our customers can add to their show note writing packages!

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Poorly Crafted Show Notes May Be Costing You Listeners

Poorly Crafted Show Notes May Be Costing You Listeners

For many podcasters, one of the least-favorite post-production tasks associated with creating their audio content is writing show notes.

Ask any of the members in the countless podcasting groups and communities on Facebook, Google Plus, and LinkedIn about their favorite - and least favorite - post-production tasks and “writing show notes” will likely come in a close second next to editing the audio content itself.

This lack of desire and motivation (or in some cases, maybe even skill?) may explain why so many podcasters opt for completely avoiding the task of writing show notes for their episodes.

It may also explain why some podcasters merely write one or two sentences and a list of links below the podcast players on their websites.

Whether you realize it or not, though, poorly written show notes may be costing you valuable listeners!

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