By now you know the details. Explosion at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, UK. Word spreads as fans flee in confusion, terror, fear. Hang time. Hold your breath and hope it’s just a false alarm, an equipment malfunction perhaps. And then we learn it’s what we feared. A willful slaughter of fun-loving innocents. Bloodshed … Read more The World Should Stop
Neil Gaiman’s 2001 fantasy novel, American Gods, couldn’t have been more prescient when it was written. Now that the series is getting the small screen treatment, the clash of gods—mythical and modern—reminds us that there really is a war going on, and the battlefield is our hearts.
This is absolutely the best song ever right now. “…be sure your sin will find you out.” –Numbers 33:23
When I saw this photo, I immediately made it my wallpaper. (Link to the hi-res download.)
We are not watching the sun go down. Nor are we watching the earth turn. We are watching the shadows grow longer.
Okay, you’ve done the hardest part. The cold plunge is always the toughest, and you’ve taken it. However, what comes next is equally difficult. The overwhelming majority of podcasts do not become successful overnight. Like anything in life, success in podcasting comes with time, patience, and commitment. With that said, here are three keys to … Read more 3 Rules of Podcasting
Below are the top seven podcast directories, listed in order of importance. On all of these places, it’s free to get listed. The steps to submit your podcast are pretty self-explanatory. Just make sure you have basic details such as your RSS Feed, the purpose statement of your podcast, and your e-mail address handy.
While having your podcast on iTunes and Google Play is great, you want to have a place on the internet where you have complete control over how your podcast is presented. While your podcast host will provide a page for your podcast, it is a good idea to have a website or blog for your … Read more Promoting Your Podcast — Your Podcast Website
While Apple has a much longer history as a marketplace for podcasts and while most mobile podcast listening is done on Apple devices and via Apple-created programs, the Google-backed Android platform is used by a larger number of people. According to stats by Kantar Worldpanel, Apple devices are used by 29% of mobile users in the U.S., … Read more Publishing Your Podcast — Getting On Google Play
Apple iTunes is the biggest marketplace for podcasts. The virtual media library launched in January 2001 as a music download service tied to the popular iPod device. However, it soon grew to include movies, TV shows, e-books, audiobooks, and of course, apps. Hundreds of thousands of podcasts are also published in iTunes. iTunes has so … Read more Publishing Your Podcast — Getting On iTunes and Apple Podcasts