Podcasting Rocks

I’m obsessed with Podcasting. I love everything about it: The freedom, the creativity, the content creation.

It is crucial for Podcasters to connect and be social (as is the case for anyone looking for an effective content marketing strategy).

Being well connected opens up a new world of potential interviewees for podcasters.  And people love to be guests on Podcasts. They get to express themselves in more than just a sound bite.

I just received this alert about a new group for Podcasters featured on iTunes New and Noteworthy.

It reads:

“Congratulations on reaching iTunes New & Noteworthy! Not an easy feat in the increasingly crowded space of new podcasts.

You are cordially invited to join a community of elite podcasters (just like you!).

These podcasters have also cracked the coveted iTunes New & Noteworthy list and are actively working to grow their shows, brands and bottom lines.

As I’m sure you’ve realized, podcasting isn’t complicated, but it also isn’t easy, and there are countless hurdles to overcome to keep your show on top.

Not to mention the ever-changing list of best practices to improve the quality of your podcast; cut down on production time; scheduling and time management solutions; and acquiring high quality guests to increase your exposure and expertise – to name a few.

That’s why we created The New & Noteworthy Group. It’s a place for you to ask questions, share resources, schedule interviews, and explore new growth models with your fellow podcasters.”

Again, it’s about connecting, creating, sharing, and being open to constant growth.  That is the way to win.

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