Ever since I started working in this industry I’ve known that podcast discoverability is difficult. I launched my podcast Clipped, in the summer of 2022. In doing so, I knew I had to throw everything but the kitchen sink at it to get it to grow. I made social media promo clips, DM’d people on…

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Are you an indie podcaster who’s looking for ways to find and connect with potential podcast guests? If so, I’m about to hook you up. I developed a system for finding, connecting, and booking amazing podcast guests. Keeping reading to learn how to book podcast guests via Instagram. To hear some of the guests I’ve…

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If you’ve read the blog or have listened to my podcast Clipped, you know that I’m a huge proponent of dynamic microphones. Currently, I’m hyped on the Samson Q2U. So much so, that I decided to review it and hit you guys with an article outlining its features. If you’ve been tempted to take a…

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Did you know that it’s possible to record and produce high-quality podcasts by using nothing more than a microphone and a web browser? How about recording 4K video from a web browser? I’m here to tell you that these things are possible, and frankly pretty damn easy with Riverside.fm. All you have to do is head…

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Have you been struggling to unlock SEO and discoverability with your podcast? If so, listen up. I’m going to show you how well-written podcast show notes can exponentially grow your podcast. I’m also going to outline the exact steps and strategies I use to achieve success for my own podcast and for the podcasters I…

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Ouf, the ever-pressing podcast launch. It seems so simple, you record an episode, edit it, and publish it. Then, podcasters around the world flock to it, downloads skyrocket, sponsorship money starts rolling in, and BOOM, you quit your job. You’re now a full-time podcaster. Fortunately or unfortunately, it doesn’t normally work like that. Podcast launches…

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When it comes to audio gear, I’m a sucker for microphones. I love them and grew up dreaming about top-shelf microphones that I couldn’t afford. Early in my career, I was an audio engineer, recording music at home, and in various studios throughout LA. Then, I worked as a voiceover recordist at several Los Angeles…

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Using music in a podcast seems simple enough. You find the song you want, download it, and mix it into your episode, within your DAW. Then a few weeks later you get a cease and desist email and notice that your episode was pulled offline. Sound familiar? If so, it’s probably because you didn’t get…

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It’s easy to go down the rabbit hole searching for the best podcast equipment. There are tons of equipment options available for all levels of podcasters. Where does one begin? Well, it depends on your needs and level of expertise. There’s affordable equipment suited for people just starting their podcast journey, as well as expensive…

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Did you know that 28% of the US population listens to podcasts on a weekly basis, and 41% on a monthly basis? Stats like these show just how much opportunity there is to gain an audience and create a stream of revenue through podcasting. But, there is also a lot of competition in the podcast space. Currently,…

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