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Why Aren't Podcasters Sharing Links To Old Episodes In Social Media?
Mark DeJesus recently sent me an email saying… “I notice a lot of people, including myself, bring up old blog articles to put into their facebook feed; to recycle them and expose past material to new followers. But I have not seen anyone do this with podcast episodes posts. Is there any reason for that? I think my followers would love to check out old episodes of my podcast, and may become listeners by catching a past episode they enjoy. Any reason why I don't see people doing this? ”

In this episode, I share four reasons that might explain why we don't see more podcasters sharing links to their older episodes in their social media channels. If you decide to make it a point to start sharing some of your more evergreen content, I encourage you to check out Buffer.com.

 
 
Field Interviews With The Roland R-05 (& R-09HR) Digital Audio Recorder
My favorite piece of podcasting equipment has always been the Roland Digital Audio Recorder. First is was the R-09HR, but when it was discontinued, I moved over to the Roland R-05 Recorder.

I’m personally responsible for the sale of literally thousands of these recorders. The number one question that I get from those who buy this recorder is… “How can I best use this recorder to do interviews out in the field?”

Most of my content creation has been done inside the studio. When I would do an occasional interview, out in the field, I would simply use nothing more than the onboard microphones built into the recorder.

In my Roland Digital Recorder Tutorial, I have always shown a cable that you could buy that would allow you to use a dynamic XLR mic. Recently, more and more requests came in from folks who wanted to know how they might be able to hook up two microphones to the Roland Recorder.

In this episode, I talk about my testing with the ART USB Dual Pre, Beachtek DXA-2T and Saramonic SR-AX101 devices and my thoughts on how they allow you to take the audio from two dynamic XLR mics into the Roland recorder.


 
 
Podcasting A to Z
Do you want to learn how to podcast but don't know where to start? Podcasting A to Z is a four week online training course that walks you through each step in the process of setting up a podcast. You not only get step-by-step tutorials, but you also have the ability to get answers to all your questions during the four week session.

If you have been thinking about starting a podcast, this is the course for you. Just head over to http://PodcastingAtoZ.com for full details. I look forward to potentially working with you.

 
 
Upcoming Event Schedule
One of my favorite things about traveling to, and speaking at conferences, is meeting members of my community. I always make it a point to host a community meetup wherever I travel.

Below is a list of events that you might be interested in. If you can make it to any of these events, I'd love to have the opportunity to meet you. If you are not able to attend the event, but are in that area, I'd still love for you to come to the personal community meetup that I will host in that town.

New Media Europe
September 12-13, 2015 – Manchester, UK
Affiliate Link: http://PodcastAnswerMan.com/europe
Use promo code “PAM” to save £100

 
 
Free Month of Media Hosting With Libsyn!
Because of all the years of sending clients to sign up for accounts with Libsyn, they have created an affiliate program only given to a hand selected group of podcasting experts. I'm delighted that I am now able to offer your ONE MONTH FREE when you sign up for a new account with Libsyn. Simply use promo code GSPN when you sign up! For my complete thoughts on podcast hosting, click here.

 
 
Podcast Video Tutorials:
I have a growing list of video tutorials that I have created based upon the the top things my clients have hired me to help them with. See the full list of tutorials by clicking here.

 
 
I Appreciate Your iTunes Reviews!
If you have ever read my blog post about how iTunes podcast ratings work, then you know just how valuable leaving a 5 star rating and/or a written review can be to a content producer.

I am so incredibly thankful to those who have recently gone into my listing in iTunes to provide a five star rating and a written review of Podcast Answer Man.

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