On Friday, Marc and I played on 91.5 FM WPRK's Marathon III. The broadcast wasn't so hot, so we decided to do a free show for our fans. You can only download it for the next couple of weeks.
Here is the link:
Marc with a C's Journal Page
When My Ship Comes In
Stuck With Me
Every Single Friend
Hot Topic Kids
Brand New Key
Either I am out of the loop or this is breaking news:
When promoting your podcast, it pays to provide a link to your podcast page in iTunes. Here's why:
1. Your podcast's rankings in the Top Podcasts lists and the podcast category pages are based largely on how many users click the “Subscribe” button on your podcast page. The higher your ranking is, the more people will see your podcast. For more information on how to create links to your podcast page, see "Linking to Your Podcast" in the Technical Spec:
It's called Liberatr::Art::meta(), and I chose that name because it builds on my brand, it attracts the geeks, but it contains the word Art. I am hoping I am covering all my bases here.
I decided to put some ads on Aleshia's Site since she is starting to write more often now, and it appears she has readers and commenters as well!
Before I get too far, I just want to mention this huge announcement:
Liberatr Presents Marc with a C at Stardust
Friday, June 2nd, 9PM, Stardust Video and Coffee
With Special Guests:
The Stand-up Comedy of Carin
and Hollywood Beach Brian
Not to be missed! Your favorite Liberatr.net podcast personalities will also be there, doing what they do for fun, watching shows and podcasting!
Notable noise is a very quick-and-dirty listing of a bunch of things, normally what local musicians are up to. The column is penned by Jason Ferguson, and although we were not informed we would be appearing in the paper, I am OVERJOYED at the mention! I was wondering why the newest show had more listeners than the oldest show. Now I know.
Check out the mention:
Taken from Notable Noise on 4/20:
Reposted from Burning Questions:
[A] promising indicator of the success of podcasting is its comparison to... The DVD. Back in 2000, the DVD format, just 3 years old at the time, was declared the most successful product launch in consumer electronics history, outselling the VCR five to one. ...the number of podcasts available online is tenfold that of DVD titles in nearly half the time.
I have started my own blogging/media/podcasting network! It is called Liberatr.net, and I am loving every minute of it sofar. I have 5 podcasts and one blog now, and very soon will be adding a second blog, and soon thereafter an internet TV show…
Wish me luck!