The future of Descript and audio editing for the masses
The latest version of Descript brings with it some concerning changes, interface shifts, and bugs, without addressing the longstanding bugs with its transcription engine.
Apple wants you to stop sharing your login details with your team
Apple sent an email to podcasters last week, about sharing login details and two-factor authentication. Here’s what it all means.
What Google’s helpful content update means for podcasters
Is your podcast website providing helpful content? Here are x questions to ask in the wake of Google’s new search update.
Harnessing the superpower of misophonia
You don't need exceptional hearing to notice something that feels off. Here's how you can turn the curse of misophonia into the gift of noticing.
What to do when speaking out leads to negative feedback
When you have something important to share with the world (that not everyone will agree with) you're going to end up with negative comments. Good. That means it's working.
About that time I duetted with Gilbert Gottfried
I've gone near-viral a couple of times on YouTube. Here's the story of my second-highest score, but my favourite by far.
Why is this so hard?
A reminder, should you need it, that you've got this, even on those days where that feels furthest from the truth.
What are podcast show notes?
The term “show notes” is confusing. Let’s take a closer look at show notes, and how to write ones your listeners will love.
It’s easier to record your podcast remotely than in person
Recording in-person podcasts was far more common before the pandemic than it is now. But with the world opening up again, let’s remind ourselves why it’s easier to record remotely.
How to make a podcast press kit in Notion
Notion is a knowledge management app, with a generous free tier and flexible features. You can use Notion to build just about anything, and share it with the world. Here’s how you can create a rich and interactive press kit for your podcast, using Notion.
Why video is not the future of podcasting
There’s a lot of industry buzz suggesting video is the future of podcasting, and that if you don’t have a video strategy, you can’t succeed. That’s wrong for 99% of podcasts, including yours. Here’s why.
One small change in language could mean one giant heap to your listener
Many podcasters are squandering the chance to build meaningful audience connections. Here’s how you can stop holding your listener at arms' length and bring them closer to you, with one small change.