She Podcasts

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Show 031 Quick-Guide Featuring 37 She Podcasters!

  1. Anne Samoilov from The Fearless Launching Show
  2. Jule Foucht from Ms. Kickass Biz
  3. Dr. Nancy Berk from Celebrity Podcast Whine At 9
  4. Marie Segares from The Creative Yarn Entrepreneur Show & NY College Chat
  5. Maggie Patterson from The Marketing Moxie Show
  6. Kelly Connor from Sunrose Yoga
  7. Donna Papacosta from The Trafcom News Podcast
  8. Pilar Orti from 21st Century Worklife
  9. Vickie Maris from Heartsong Fit With Vickie Maris
  10. Krystal O’Connor from Libsyn Live
  11. Donna Fitch from Beautiful Blog Tips and Trips
  12. Kim Trumbo from Generosity Philosophy and It’s OK To Be LGBT Podcast
  13. Michelle Matthews Calloway from The Swirl World Podcast
  14. Laura McClellan from The Productive Woman
  15. Amy Scott from Nomadtopia Radio
  16. Melissa Marks from The Blended Family Podcast
  17. Reeger Cortell from Weightloss Surgery Podcast
  18. Kelly Long from Inspiration 4 Teachers
  19. Jen Edds from The Brassy Broadcast
  20. Espree Devora from We Are LA Tech
  21. Natalie Eckdahl from The BizChix Podcast
  22. Shelia Butler from To The Trade Radio and Successful Women Talk
  23. Meredith Eisenber from Paycheck To Passion
  24. Michelle Talbert from They Met Online and the upcoming Her Power Hustle
  25. Kelly Covert and Maggie Quinn from Strong Body Whole Heart
  26. Liz Covart from Ben Franklin’s World
  27. Marianna Du Bosq from the Bilingual Avenue Podcast
  28. Lane Kennedy from The Entrepreneur Experience
  29. Heather Rampolla from Fresh Eats Radio
  30. Erika Vieira from Beauty and the Vlog
  31. Jeanne Tiberio from Healing Outside The Box
  32. Kdj from Love & Life Lessons With Kdj
  33. Rachel Dewell from Preventing HG Podcast
  34. Dvorah Lansky from Expand Your Reach And Readership Podcast
  35. Dr. Ginger Campbell from The Brain Science Podcast
  36. Kathryn Bryant from the Changeability Podcast
  37. Heather Ordover from Craftlit

FEEDBACK TO YOU!

THANK YOU. You have all made this year so incredible. Jess and I had no idea our community could be so smart, supportive, funny and just plain ’ol BRILLIANT.

We hope to bring women’s voices to an even more powerful place in the world of podcasting next year!

Links of ALL the hardware and software mentioned!

I really took on the challenge! And in the midst of of the awesome resources below, some of them are in fact Amazon affiliate links, in case you decide y’all wanna do some shoppin’. :D


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  • Click here to subscribe via RSS
  • You can also subscribe via Stitcher

FEEDBACK + PROMOTION for Women Podcasters

You can ask your questions, comment below, go to the She Podcasts Facebook group and even share your promos for your podcast! Let your voice be heard. Send it all to feedback@shepodcasts.com

Direct download: sp_031.mp3
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Be part of our end of the year show! Scroll down our shownotes to get details of what you need to do! 

Show 030 Quick-Guide

  • The mighty Heather Ordover is our last guest co-host for She Podcasts for 2014.
  • Remember when we did the Hollywood thing? Ya, that did happen.
  • Be part of She Podcasts! Take action ASAP send in your feedback.
  • We give you the scoop on what went down with the public hearing by the EFF on 12/17/2014 that presented to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) a key claim to invalidate of a patent used by notorious patent troll Personal Audio to shake down podcasters.
  • We have an idea of what season 2 for Serial should be…hmmmmmm.
  • We do in fact have a conversation about patent law. Ya.
  • Diving deep into a massively popular genre in podcasting Education.
  • Why does a teacher decide to podcast about literature?
  • The incredible culture of “being read to.”
  • When children ask to read Shakespeare and redesigning a curriculum to teach to the joke.
  • A Tale of Two Cities. It’s awesome.
  • The audio brain vs the reading brain.
  • And we do chat about the bias of reading-reading and “reading” and audio book.
  • How Elsie reads now.
  • Cognative Anchoring is revealed! Amazing stuff people.
  • The room to expand your mind in all of the different podcast is there.
  • Why and how what you listen to dictates how you move and grow in the world.
  • It’s time to find a podcast that will help you break patterns. Go do it.
  • And then there is Chop Bard and how it expands your brain. Or at least we geek out about it.
  • A bit of Twelfth Night discussion.
  • What is the distinction between podcasts and procasts?
  • Audio quality may or may not deter new podcast listeners from stepping into more podcasts.
  • There really are podcast seasons, not for your podcast, but for podcasters.
  • Podcast numbers can be many things and only one aspect needs to be a commodity aka selling sponsorship
  • A devoted fanbase does not signify money/sponsorship - if we subscribe to the existing media models.
  • A devoted fanbase does not mean that they WILL buy when you have something to sell.
  • Choose to go where your audience is - agree?
  • Where are the women from She Podcasts Facebook group coming from?
  • Community feedback can be super terrifying.
  • Sometimes feedback can very much teach you exactly what matters to your audience.

FEEDBACK REQUEST!

Participate in our end of the year episode!!!! This is what you need to do:

  1. Record a piece of audio
  2. Start your recording with: Hi, I’m < insert your name > from < your podcast name > over at < your website >
  3. Answer these 3 questions:
    1. What is your hardware and software
    2. What are the biggest lessons that you learned this year about podcasting?
    3. What is one piece of advice that you would give a newbie podcaster, just starting out?
  4. Email your audio piece to feedback@shepodcasts.com OR use WeTransfer by December 24, 2014!!!

Don’t think about it to much! Record your piece and send it in STAT! Let’s make this a She Podcasts LOVE-fest!

Links mentioned by Jess and Elsie!


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FEEDBACK + PROMOTION for Women Podcasters

Join the She Podcasts Facebook group send us some voice feedback! Let your voice be heard. Email to feedback@shepodcasts.com

Direct download: sp_030.mp3
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Do email your thoughts and responses to feedback@shepodcasts.com OR we would ADORE to have you send us some voice feedback! 

Show 029 Quick-Guide

  • Baby chat and why he isn’t on the show this time
  • What is the reality of having a new baby - 4 weeks post partum
  • Anxiety, planning and hormones, we totally go there
  • How do you deal with producing your content when life gets hard?
  • We will check back in with Jess in another 4 weeks to see how she’s doing
  • Are conferences about podcasting addressing women’s needs?
  • Touching base on Jess and Elsie’s experience attending the podcast conferences
  • Dr. Ginger Campbell sends us some feedback about podcasting for the holidays!
  • We hear the baby and he is hangry
  • Hear what Kate Sitka does to differenciate herself from the norm, more audio feedback
  • Elsie is “pissed off” about a podcasting article on Variety
  • FYI the geeks will inherit the earth
  • Can NPR translate to television?
  • Irky is Elsie’s color - anybody up for making a t-shirt for her?
  • Elsie really doesn’t feel that volume = success in podcasting AT ALL.
  • And then there is the 3 yr old daughter interruption
  • Is Serial really that good? Jessica is sick of it
  • Elsie start to stutter uncontrollably about her feelings about a big name in the space experiment with his show Start-Up style.
  • A fired up conversation about people adopting huge aspects of somebody else’s very successful brand
  • Have we helped anyone today? We certainly hope so!

FEEDBACK REQUEST!

Have you ever hit a massive wall because LIFE hot totally hard all of a sudden? Did you keep podcasting? Or did you simply say ‘screw it.’

What do you do when you have an idea and you can’t follow through?

Is podcasting an immature category? Discuss amongst yourselves.

How do you feel if someone in your industry starts to experiment with a style/format that is exactly like someone else?

Links mentioned by Jess and Elsie!


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If this episode got you all fired up and you're listening on an iPhone head on over to the Apple Podcasts App and kindly leave us a rating, a review and subscribe!

Hook up with She Podcasts in social media!

FEEDBACK + PROMOTION for Women Podcasters

Join the She Podcasts Facebook group send us some voice feedback! Let your voice be heard. Email to feedback@shepodcasts.com

Direct download: sp_029.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 5:00am EST

We would LOVE to hear your feedback! please email feedback@shepodcasts.com OR you can go on to our lovely She Podcasts Facebook group and get the conversation going :) 

Show 028 Quick-Guide

  • Helen Saltzman is in the house!
  • We dive right into the discussion about women in broadcasting fueled by her cool podcast Sound Women.
  • Helen’s workflow for Sound Women.
  • Serial breaks records! Woah.
  • What does it really take monetarily to run a highly produced top notch podcast.
  • What’s the team behind producing a podcast.
  • What are the ethics of Serial? And the ethics of listeners? What’s the line between entertainment vs information?
  • What are OUR ethical responsibilities to our audience? They look up to us. We have chosen to take the seat of the expert.
  • Helen shares a crazy piece of feedback she got for the Answer Me This Podcast.
  • WE are, whether we want to or not, guiding the narrative of our culture via our podcast.
  • The discoverability problem. Helen and Elsie try to hash it out.
  • Niche podcast directories and how they (should) serve the community.
  • We need to make sure that these directories are able to provide relevant results that are not based on iTunes ratings and reviews.
  • We get the behind the scenes of Radiotopia AND how Helen will be podcasting full time!
  • Radiotopia is cultivating new voices in audio, something no one else is doing right now.
  • Helen reveals exactly how she is now part of the Radiotopia team getting paid to produce her new podcast FULL TIME! Gah!
  • Why Elsie choose to fund the Kickstarter Campaign for Radiotopia - and it’s because of something that Alex Blumberg and Gimlet Media are NOT doing.
  • How has the podcasting scene changed in the past few years and where it’s headed.

FEEDBACK REQUEST!

Do you feel a responsibility to your listeners? Is there a boundary as to how much?

Do you have an idea of solving this ‘possible’ discoverability problem OUTSIDE of iTunes algorithms?

Links mentioned by Helen and Elsie!


HELP US SPREAD THE WORD!

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Ways to subscribe to She Podcasts!

  • Click here to subscribe via iTunes
  • Click here to subscribe via RSS
  • You can also subscribe via Stitcher

FEEDBACK + PROMOTION for Women Podcasters

You can ask your questions, comment below, go to the She Podcasts Facebook group and even share your promos for your podcast! Let your voice be heard. Send it all to feedback@shepodcasts.com

Direct download: sp_028.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 5:00am EST

We want to hear from you! feedback@shepodcasts.com

Show 027 Quick-Guide

  • Jessica is BACK! - ish… ;) So how does it feel to be back after baby?
  • Babus-interruptus - how cute is that word?
  • It is not as easy to podfade without a co-host
  • Some stats on conversion rates for CTAs within podcasts
  • Case Study on conversions for the Podcast Growth For The Holidays course
  • Elsie breaks down a way to guestimate your subscriber numbers
  • Jessica apologizes! Why? It has something to do with the She Podcasts directory
  • What is a great tactic to get hired - from a podcast via Jessica
  • Every category of podcasts has an influx of ONE type of podcast - A podcast intervention
  • Elsie says to do it, even if your podcast is exactly the same as somebody else!
  • Mini Jess rant on lifestyle entrepreneurs
  • The fire and confidence necessary to disrupt your niche
  • Elsie goes off on her own geeky RSS crazyness
  • Jess reveales she has not listened to Serial - gasp
  • Elsie reveals her download numbers for Elsie’s Yoga Class (which she hasn’t updated in over a year)
  • And a ginormous conversation about download numbers ensues

FEEDBACK REQUEST!

Do you have the crazy confidence necessary to dive into a niche that is packed?

Do you have stats to share on conversions that come directly from your podcast?

How do you do your interviews with a baby? Tactics please!

Do you hate Elsie? ;)

Links mentioned by Jess and Elsie!


HELP US SPREAD THE WORD!

It would be stellar if you shared She Podcasts with your fellow women podcasters on twitter. Click here to tweet some love!

If this episode got you all fired up, head on over to iTunes and kindly leave us a rating, a review and subscribe!

Ways to subscribe to She Podcasts!

  • Click here to subscribe via iTunes
  • Click here to subscribe via RSS
  • You can also subscribe via Stitcher

FEEDBACK + PROMOTION for Women Podcasters

You can ask your questions, comment below, go to the She Podcasts Facebook group and even share your promos for your podcast! Let your voice be heard. Send it all to feedback@shepodcasts.com

Direct download: sp_027.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:59am EST

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