iHeartRadio embed tools, and Apple Podcast Chart manipulators
September 4, 2018 · 0.9 minutes to read
It’s been a long weekend in the US and Canada. Welcome back!
People are still offering to manipulate the Apple Podcasts Chart. Some podcasters are being threatened by negative reviews if podcasters don’t buy their “service”. (We’d like to see examples.)
If you’re on iHeartRadio, you can embed your podcast into any website you like (and no, you don’t have to log in to listen). Here are their instructions.
What’s exciting about podcasts? Here’s an uplifting list of what excites Sara DaSilva.
Alitu.com Automates Your Editing & Production — Alitu is a web tool that can automate your editing! It polishes your audio, adds music, combines clips, adds transitions & offers super-easy editing & trim tools. Save hours & beat the tech stress!
New Podcast Alert: Mind The Gap — Hear business, marketing, and customer success leaders from Cisco, Typeform, ChartMogul, and more talk about gaps in their domains and how to close them.
Executive Producer Voice and Audio — Communicorp UK are launching a new Voice and Audio division to provide new audio experiences and opportunities for their listeners and clients. You will play a key role in the emerging voice and audio business, focusing on content development, research and production. Want in? Find out more by clicking the link.
Scott Flashheart posts an expletive-laden set of tips to create a good podcast, and a lot of animated GIFs.
The Podcast Host share Great podcast interview questions
Diversity Council Australia have launched The Art of Inclusion - “flipping the script on who we include, who we don’t, and how we can do better - in everything from gender, race, mental health and disability, through to the inclusion of LGBTQI+ and Indigenous communities.”. The press release highlights media misinformation. (Whooshkaa)
Got iHeartRadio? You can now hear Podnews on it, every day.
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