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401- Recent review of Podcaters Society

This episode of Podcast Reporter show gives a recent review of Podcasters Society membership site from Daniel J Lewis. He is an advanced podcaster with his show of The Audacity to Podcast.

First, I deliver a history of my experience when the membership site first launched several years ago. Then I mention that I subscribed once again this year as a member to see the changes and compare the new changes from the older experience.

Then I go through each of the major features, seminars, webinars, tutorials, courses, chats with others via Slack, tools and resources, etc. It is more of a walk-through.

My final result and recommendation: I would suggest that you consider joining this if you want to take your podcast show from “ordinary” to “amazing” levels. The cost is not prohibitive, and the value that is delivered to the member can be great.

So, if you are considering a membership site or mastermind group in podcasting, perhaps you may want to consider Podcasters Society. As I mentioned during this audio episode, I do consider this site to be more of a “collaborative mentorship.”

We hope that you find the appropriate membership site or group that will help you to succeed in the podosphere with your show.

Thank you for your attention.

Copyright (c) 2020, Matrix Solutions Corporation and Daniel J Lewis and PodcastersSociety.com. All rights reserved.

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388- Podcast Communities — a discussion

The theme for this episode of Podcast Reporter came from a Buzzsprout newsletter and article by Travis Albritton.

The topic was podcast communities. However, I myself was disappointed to see that the community of Podcasters Society from Daniel J Lewis of The Audacity to Podcast was not included. Sad to leave out this valuable resource (as I, myself, was a member several times over the past 5 years).

As you will hear in this brief audio episode, the article lists the other communities from the opinion of Travis Albritton. But for myself, I am still suggesting the community of Podcasters Society for the best value of those podcasters that have already published several episodes of their show, but wish to take their podcast show “from ordinary to amazing.”

If you do your own research, you may find which communities in which you would like to join and participate in the area of podcasting and new media. If so, we hope that whether the community may be a mastermind, a membership site, etc., will be the right one for you to get VALUE from the community resources and communication and add to your success of your podcast show.

Thank you for your attention.

Copyright (c) 2020, Matrix Solutions Corporation and Buzzsprout.com and Daniel J Lewis. All rights reserved.

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383- Good SEO steps — an Evo Terra perspective

In this episode, the topic proposed by Evo Terra of Podcast Pontifications was that of SEO (search engine optimization) being hard — and whether it is worth it for a podcaster (from the April, 2020 publication in the audio episode and show notes).

From my own perspective, I have mixed feelings about the amount of effort needed for good SEO — including the education, training and implementation that includes follow-up and tracking. With the goal of being ranked in the top ten listings of search engines, this is a heavy-duty objective, knowing that there are over a million podcast shows today.

As Evo mentions in his episode, he describes the various stages of the SEO stages (and since he is an expert about SEO since 2005) in some of the following  steps:

  • Planning;
  • Pre-production
  • Recording and production;
  • Post-production
  • Publication
  • Syndication
  • Monitoring
  • End-result

We highly recommend that you consume this episode and/or show notes text. I feel that many can learn the truth about good SEO.

From my own perspective, there is one other resource with experience and technical ability in SEO that offers a course called SEO FOR PODCASTERS. And this is available from Daniel J Lewis of The Audacity to Podcast.

For your own efforts of SEO with your podcast show, we hope that you can learn good habits from whatever training or education resource you may have, and then apply good steps and have excellent results from your SEO efforts.

Thank you for your attention.

Copyright (c) 2020, Matrix Solutions Corporation and Evo Terra of Podcastpontifications.com. All rights reserved.

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376- Membership site benefits for podcasters

In this episode of The Podcast Reporter, we deliver information about the benefits of membership sites for podcasters, especially during the isolation, lockdown and cabin-fever during the recent “plandemic.” We give an example of Daniel J Lewis membership site called Podcasters Society. A key objective that can also be one of the biggest benefit is to take your podcast show from average to “amazing” levels.

My own experience is discussed when I did join (and later re-joined) his membership site, as well as the benefits that I reaped from that program, as I did receive VALUE from it.

From the video tour of the total program online, I then migrated to take courses listed for members (yes, I had intended to purchase two of them in the near future, but they were free for members) — and I received more value.

As you will hear in this audio episode, the Podcasters Society membership site is much more than just a mere Mastermind group — it is really (in my opinion) a “collaborative mentorship” program for me.

We hope that you can explore membership sites, such as Podcasters Society, so you can connect and communicate with other like-minded podcasters and learn from the wealth of educational materials provided.

Thank you for your attention.

Copyright (c) 2020, Matrix Solutions Corporation and PodcastersSociety.com. All rights reserved.

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368- Interview with Daniel J Lewis

In this episode, we take the time for a good interview with Daniel J Lewis of The Audacity to Podcast. Daniel is also known as an award-winning podcasters since 2010, and he is the founder of Podcasters Society (a membership site that I have called a “collaborative mentorship”). And he also has some other products that he has created and is selling from his web site, like SEO for podcasters, My podcast reviews, ZoomH6 for Podcasters, Social Subscribe and Follow, Podcast Statistics, etc.

It may seem a bit lengthy, but having known Daniel since 2010 (when I first interviewed him in my then-flagship podcast of The Struggling Entrepreneur), we had some catching up to do in this update about his role in the podosphere and the future of his offerings.

We thank Daniel and wish him the best in delivering value to his audiences with his podcasts, his offerings, his products and his content.

Thank you for your attention.