Clubhouse launched in April 2020, with over 2 million users taking advantage of the innovative audio-based social media app. There has been plenty of buzz around the social-audio app with podcasters in particular, wondering how they can leverage the platform to interact with their listeners and grow their following.

How can you promote your podcast to this great new audience of people who love audio?

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As of the iOS 14.5 update, Apple will swap out the word "subscribe" and instead use "follow." What does this change mean for podcasters, and should you make any changes to your show?

Apple Podcasts looks to be moving in the same direction as the other podcast giants, but might there also be an ulterior motive to their switch from "subscribe" to "follow?" In this episode, I'll break down this change and let you know what action you'll need to take.

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Offering your podcast audience the opportunity to hear from other voices in your niche is a great way to provide a fresh perspective. Booking the right guests to appear on your show will provide variety to your listeners and serve them up even more valuable, insightful content. But how do you find amazing guests to appear on your show? I'm going to give you some advice in this episode to keep your funnel of guests flowing.

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There is probably a not-so-small part of you that gets a little obsessed with your show's download numbers. Most podcasters go through a phase of over-focusing on the download data, but here's why you need to let it go.

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If you've managed to land a great guest for your podcast, you need to pull off a great interview. Chances are your guest has appeared on other shows, so you need to put together a list of great questions that allow them to showcase their talents and engage your audience, rather than underwhelm them with questions they have answered a million times before.

Pulling off an unswitchoffable podcast interview requires a little preparation from the host. Improving your interview technique is a skill that you can improve on by putting the advice in this episode into action.

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Whether you’re planning to release a 10-minute episode every day or a longer show twice a month, there is no ‘perfect’ timetable. The best one is the most frequent, consistent timetable you can comfortably stick to.

Today, I'm going to let you in on some of the best practices you can follow when planning your release strategy.

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Podcast listenership continues to grow, making them an excellent way for business owners and entrepreneurs to leverage them as a form of brand advertising. By making your podcast a part of your marketing strategy, you can greatly expand your reach. You’ll form a personal relationship with your listeners, turning them into fans and loyal customers.

I'll run through a few of the ways podcasting WILL grow your business in this quick episode.

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Keeping up the momentum on your podcast can sometimes be a challenge, no matter how committed you are to your show. If you’re feeling stuck or as if you’re spinning your wheels without moving forward, then you need to come up with a solid plan to keep your podcast on track. Podfade is a term we use to describe when you've lost motivation to continue podcasting - a very common issue.

If you can identify where you’re struggling with your podcast, it will be much easier to solve the problem and continue providing quality content to your listeners. I'll take you through some areas that podcasters struggle with and dish out some advice on overcoming these in today's episode!

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Your podcast artwork is usually the first thing that a potential listener notices when they’re browsing. It's the face of your show, and first impressions most definitely count. When podcast lovers are looking for something new to listen to, the cover art is what grabs their attention, so you can't afford to get it wrong.

All podcasts need to have an artwork to be added to podcast directories, and you need to ensure that your artwork is helping you rather than hurting you.

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While you're showcasing your knowledge and expertise in your niche on someone else's show, a new pool of listeners are discovering that you offer value and insight on a topic that they're interested in. Plus, this new audience already loves to listen to podcasts! When you appear as a podcast guest, you're showing potential new listeners your style, opinions, and personality and hopefully will tempt them over to subscribe to your show too.

In this episode, I'm going to tell you more about the benefits. Then, I'll give you some easy ways to take action TODAY and start appearing on other podcasts.

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