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RAIN Summit Atlanta 2015

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RAIN Summit Atlanta is just around the corner, and we are happy to see our own Rob Greenlee as one of the speakers taking the stage there on September 29th.

What is the RAIN Summit?

RAIN Summit is a premiere educational and networking event for the internet radio and online audio industry, taking place as a partner event to the NAB and RAB Radio Show.

A full day of panels and discussions will be focusing attention on the status of podcasting today: who are the consumers, what makes innovative content, what’s trending and what’s not, and the involvement of advertisers in this hot online audio medium.

Among the speakers there will be: Kit Gray of  Podcast One,  Dave Smith of Pandora, Brendan Monaghan of Panoply, Michael O’Neil of Triton Digital, Dave Smith of Pandora, and much more.

You can check out the complete agenda here and the full list of the panelists and speakers here.

Registration is open, so grab your ticket at this link and take part in the podcasting conversation.

 

 

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Podcasting Tips

Get the most out of the pre-roll on your podcast

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As we’ve stated on a few different occasions, setting up your podcast is a challenging job. You have to think about content, your target audience, and the look and feel of your design.

After that first glimpse of your logo, it’s the 2-3 seconds they hear of your podcast that will keep your listeners’ attention. In that short span of time, all of your content is on the line, and that initial impression needs to be what convinces them to keep listening in to your podcast or switch to something different.

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How to Build a Mobile App Dedicated to Your Podcast

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When you’re starting up your podcast you have to think about a lot of things: the right tools to use, where to store content, how to spread the word, and last but not least, how to build your audience. We know that this is one of the most challenging tasks to deal with, and setting up your mic to speak to no one probably isn’t what you have in mind.

Building your fanbase doesn’t only mean targeting your content, it also has a lot to do with providing easy access to your podcasts. The more accessible your podcasts are, the easier you gain and keep listeners stuck on your content.

Creating your own application at a great price can be the best option to promote your content, render it more easily discoverable, and offer open access to your podcasts.

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Play with the new fader now available on Spreaker Studio for Android Tablet

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Android users, we have some good news for those of you using Spreaker Studio on a tablet.

Starting today, you can play with the new fader, and fade in and out of your tracks on the console.

I know, it’s great! With just a finger you can mix your favorite music, pump up the volume at just the right beat, and wind things back down again!

Download the new update now and let us know what you think, we’re all ears!

 

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Spreaker Live Show: talking with Colin Gray of ThePodcastHost.com

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Did you miss the Spreaker Live Show’s last episode? No worries, you can still listen in to Rob Greenlee’s great chat with Colin Gray of ThePodcastHost.com.

Colin told his story on how he jumped into the podcasting world, and explained what teaching new producers how to podcast means to him.

Looking for some tech tips on starting up your podcast? Take Colin’s great advice on selecting the best mixer and digital recorder.

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Q&A on Podcasting with Lou Mongello

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Next week we’ll be heading towards the Podcast Movement, where we’ll have quite the busy schedule between being involved in various panels and live streaming thanks to our own Rob Greenlee.

Francesco Baschieri, Spreaker’s founder and CEO, will be presenting the session “Fear, Energy and Power of Live Audio Streaming“,  and Rob Greenlee is currently scheduled as moderator for the panel discussion “Podcasting: Present, Past and Future” as well as be participating in “Podcasts Advertising Standards“.

We’ll keep you informed on our every move, but in the meantime we had the chance to talk to another podcasting giant set to take the stage in Forth Worth.

Lou Mongello, with his more than 10 years of podcasting experience, brings us our second round of Q&As as we wait for the Podcast Movement to begin.

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Q&A on Podcasting with John Lee Dumas

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Podcast Movement is just around the corner and we’re thrilled to be there among the podcasting giants.

Before we head out to the world’s largest podcasting conference, we’ve asked some podcasting rock stars to a answer a few of our questions. You’ll be seeing these guys there, too, taking the stage at the industry’s most anticipated event.

John Lee Dumas is the first expert to kindly reply to my questions, and he’s given us his dos and don’ts on podcasting.

A few words that best describe who you are.

I am the host of EntrepreneurOnFire, a daily podcast interviewing today’s most inspiring and successful Entrepreneurs. EntrepreneurOnFire has been awarded best of iTunes and generates over 1 Million unique listens and over $250,000 in revenue per month.

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What’s going on with Spreaker’s listeners?

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Last November we published an infographic with the aim of helping you understand your Spreaker audience and better engage with your listeners, plus give you the upper hand with new data that can be used to monetize your content.

After 6 months we want to give you an update on who’s listening to your content on Spreaker.

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Who listens to Podcasts? Here’s new data from Edison Research

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The first step to better targeting your podcast is understanding who the potential consumers of the medium you’re using are. If you know which particular market you’re talking to, you can approach your content with more awareness and communicate with your audience more effectively.

On June 25, Edison Research published all their podcast-related survey data from The Infinite Dial 2015, giving us a fully comprehensive view of who is really listening to podcasts.

Podcast listeners are more affluent than the general population (36% have a household income greater than $75,000), and have education beyond high school. A decade ago, it was primarily males who would listen in. In 2015, that number is now evenly split with 50% men, 50% women. Looking at age, there doesn’t seem to be a huge difference among age groups, with even teenagers making up a slice of podcast consumers.

Smartphone ownership has been found to be a major factor in the consumption of podcasts; currently 22% of smartphone users listened to a podcast in the last month. Additionally, nearly two-thirds of all podcasts are listened to on mobile devices over desktop computers.

Brands will find interesting data in the activity of podcast users on social media: it seems they use the platforms multiple times per day.

A fully detailed description of the research can be find on Rainnews.

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3 pieces of gear for starting your podcast

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Do you want to start a podcast, but have no idea what equipment to buy?

Here are 3 tips on how to start on the right foot with a low budget:

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