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Where's Mark been?

8/23/2018
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A quick update on where Mark's been, and where he hasn't. If you'd like to keep the show going, let Mark know - via your social network of choice - what he should talk about next.

Duration:00:05:01

Retrospective #2

8/18/2018
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Some followup on previous episodes, and a blast from the past.

Duration:00:05:01

Series outlines

8/17/2018
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If you're producing a limited-run series, start with the overall picture, then drill down to the individual story beats and episodes.

Duration:00:03:30

Naming your show on the web

8/16/2018
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Think about your show's name and how people might type it. Also consider easy-to-type and easy-to-say URLs for each episode.

Duration:00:04:25

Producing multiple shows at once

8/15/2018
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Instead of running over the same todo list for each of your shows, consider blocking out your time and doing the prep for all your shows in one block, the recording and editing in another, and the post-production in a third.

Duration:00:04:15

Keep track of your reviews and comments

8/14/2018
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Scrape the iTunes stores for your podcast reviews, connect Disqus to keep your comments in one place; seek out tweets mentioning your show.

Duration:00:04:58

Repurposing content

8/13/2018
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If you've written up show notes, take the time to flesh them out into a blog post. If you're talking about a book, maybe review it on Amazon, using extracts from your transcript.

Duration:00:03:54

Timezones

8/12/2018
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A few tools to help answer the question "If it's 9am here, what time is it where you are?" so you don't have to ask your guests.

Duration:00:03:45

Post-flight checklist

8/11/2018
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Once you've recorded, make sure you have a post-flight checklist to go over everything, so you don't miss a thing when publishing your next episode.

Duration:00:03:45

Pre-flight checklists

8/10/2018
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Have a checklist for recording each episode: one for you and one for any guests or co-hosts that you have, especially for those that aren't seasoned podcasters.

Duration:00:04:10

A short retrospective

8/9/2018
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A quick break, and a glimpse at what it's like to put together the show on a daily basis.

Duration:00:05:01

Show note templates

8/7/2018
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Use templates to keep your show notes consistent. Use a document and fill in the blanks, MadLib style, or use Podiant's drafts and templates to stay on top of your show notes game.

Duration:00:04:16

Acceptable audio in a hurry

8/7/2018
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Setup your digital audio workstation (DAW) template before you embark on a busy project.

Duration:00:04:37

Dropcasting

8/6/2018
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Hook up Dropbox to your podcast hosting service (or use Podiant's Dropbox integration) to automatically post audio updates directly from your mobile, without having to go through an upload interface.

Duration:00:04:52

Always be ready to record

8/5/2018
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The best camera is the one you have with you at the time. The same can often be said of podcasting, if the mood is right. So make sure you pack a device that can record good-quality audio from you and your subject.

Duration:00:04:30

Load up your Buffer

8/4/2018
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Use the social network scheduling tool [buffer](https://buffer.com) to auto-post to your Facebook and Twitter timelines throughout the week.

Duration:00:01:43

Thank your guests

8/3/2018
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Once you've recorded an episode with a guest, make sure to send them a thank-you email with resources and info on how to share the episode.

Duration:00:04:03

Have a welcome page for guests

8/2/2018
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Help your guests know what to expect when they record with you, by setting up a welcome page.

Duration:00:04:02

Put all your links in one place

8/1/2018
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Capture and display all of the links you want to discuss with your guest or co-host.

Duration:00:05:02