Long-Form podcasts are becoming less and less common - Rephonic. Spotify has now jumped into the AudioBook market, adding 100's of Thousands of new titles. Whats the number of downloads in the first 30 days that the average podcast gets? If you're one of the top 1% of podcasters, just how many downloads are you getting in the first seven days of you release?Website: www.podcastingbythenumbers.comThe fastest 4-Minutes in Podcasting. It's your daily source for facts and stats from the Podcasting Industry. Each episode will provide you four key insights and indicators that will help maneuver you through the ever-changing Podcasting landscape.Host: Gary SpurgeonSPONSOR: The Podcast Business Journal
Cartoonists Dave Kellett and Brad Guigar discuss the fabulously underrated Butso Method for writing. ON THIS WEEK'S SHOW...The Butso MethodWhen should you launch a side project?UPDATE: Dave shares his Kickstarter statsHow many pages on launch day of longform?Today is a great time to bump up your ComicLab membership to the $10 tier! Patreon backers at that level will get exclusive access to livestream recording sessions — as well as an archive of previous livestreams!You get great rewards when you join the ComicLab Community on Patreon$2 — Early access to episodes$5 — Submit a question for possible use on the show AND get the exclusive ProTips podcast. Plus $2-tier rewards.$10 — Gain access to the ComicLab livestreamed recording sessions (including an archive of past livestreams), plus $5-tier rewardsBrad Guigar is the creator of Evil Inc and the author of The Webcomics Handbook. Dave Kellett is the creator of Sheldon and Drive.Listen to ComicLab on...Apple PodcastsGoogle PodcastsSpotifyPandoraStitcher
Kristen Kelly brought not only a great suggestion, but also a bit of inspiration. She refused to give up on improvised comedy in podcast form... I am certain this was not the cast she expected, but the goal of the Original Understudies is to overcome such expectations. Additionally, we will forever be grateful to the Quick Six for helping us finally get some appropriate music. And finally, this episode would not be possible without our Mastering Engineer, Toivo Kallio. Please write us a review and send some emails to OriginalUnderstudiesPodcast@gmail.com Starring Jacki Schwarz Florida Person Podcast Cole Stratton - http://www.colestratton.com/ Landon Kirksey LandonKirksey.com Leah Knauer Instagram.com/leahknauer/ Trevor Tevel - Go ahead and try to find him on Facebook James Heaney - You found me here, and that is a great start.
Oooooh ladies and gentlemen, this episode is one for the books: We're about to give you some *hot* video tips!*Are you as excited as Dwight Schrute was when he was promoted to regional manager of Dunder Mifflin?!*What you're about to hear is a conversation with Shelby, our social media guru, and Jon, our Director of Content, over some hot wings.It has never been a better time to start creating video content for your business on social media, websites, and everything in between.There's nothing we love more than sharing our passion for video marketing to business owners like you, and we're so honored you're allowing us to be your guide and we can't wait to see what content you create for your business!Let's dive right in by clicking play!If after that conversation you're feeling inspired to use video to promote your business, we can help! We're here to help you work SMARTER not HARDER, which is why our team created a guide on How to Turn One Piece of Content Into Ten. You can download it for FREE by signing up for our newsletter at https://info.itsbingbang.com/newsletter and we can't WAIT to be in your inbox soon.
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Tracey Wallace was a journalist from childhood and hasn't stopped writing since. There's not much she doesn't know about content marketing, check out the latest episode. As a child Tracey wrote magazines for her neighbors, revealing the activities of the local cats. She also took her red pen to Vogue and Teen Vogue, casting her editorial eye over them both. Now she's Content Director at Klaviyo and a Workweek creator. Daniel and Tracey talk about her transition from journalism into content, via tech and retail, the importance of design in content, and how Google Sheets is winning the content repository game. You'll also hear Tracey's spicy take on why content marketing is chaos. And if you LOVE The Marketing Millennials drop us a five-star review at: https://ratethispodcast.com/marketingmillennials (https://ratethispodcast.com/marketingmillennials), I really appreciate your support!. Follow Tracey: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/traceyrwallace (linkedin.com/in/traceyrwallace) Twitter: https://twitter.com/TraceWall (twitter.com/TraceWall) Keep up to date with the latest news from The Marketing Millennials:. Follow Daniel on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Dmurr68 (twitter.com/Dmurr68) LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/daniel-murray-marketing (linkedin.com/in/daniel-murray-marketing) Sign up to The Marketing Millennials newsletter: https://workweek.com/brand/the-marketing-millennials/ (workweek.com/brand/the-marketing-millennials)
The Monologue: Man was stabbed after refusing to give someone a cigaretteThe Interview: Bellevue PD Captain Landon Barnwell explains how the city is tackling crime -- after making 50 arrests at the same location this year. The Monologue: Secretary Granholm Says She Supports California Gas Vehicle Ban: ‘Could Be' a National Model The Interview: Liv Finne (Washington Policy Center) reacts to the Seattle teachers' strike.LongForm: Former King County Sheriff John Urquhart analyzes the impacts of not booking most misdemeanor suspects.The Quick Hit: Satisfaction with US education dropping, according to Gallup survey.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Monologue: Kids want to go back to school but teachers don't. The Interview: Mukilteo Mayor Joe Marine explains the massive parking fiasco from the Port of Everett. The Monologue: More on Patty Murray's CNN interview. The Interview: Rob, a small business owner, takes us through an unbelievable crime - and resolution - that he recently had to deal with.LongForm: SPOG President Mike Solan weighs in on the soaring August homicide numbers, offers an update on the contract talks, and weighs in on last week's exclusive on Mayor Bruce Harrell's private conversations with cops.The Quick Hit: Liberal's trip to Trump rally goes viral: 'We experienced incredible kindness'. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Monologue: Seattle Public Schools could be the next district to strike. The Interview: Snohomish County councilmember Nate Nehring reacts to the sudden departure of CM Stephanie Wright and how, given it's now 2-2 ideologically on the council, he will have some more influence on her replacement. The Monologue: ANTIFA is defending a children's drag show in Texas.The Interview: DEA Agent Jake Galavan weighs in on the fentanyl crisis -- and how they're going after the Mexican drug cartels that are responsible.LongForm: State Senator Simon Sefzik (R-Ferndale) details how the homelessness crisis is getting out of hand in his district.The Quick Hit: FBI agent Timothy Thibault was not involved in any decisions with the Hunter Biden laptop.The Last Rantz: Check your political bias.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week's episode began with Varun talking about embracing Fatherhood for the second time, the India-Pakistan Asia Cup Match which was quite the spectacle with a special mention of Hardik Pandya's swag, and Jay Shah refusing to hold the Indian Flag and Twitter's reaction around it, how Podcasts are coming to Twitter and what then happens to Twitter Spaces, Adani group being over-leveraged and their stake in NDTV, Air Pods and their revenue, and Nykaa's offline Athleisure store on Delhi. Varun & Suchita share their Mergers & Acquisition experiences with Nykaa acquiring LBB & WPP acquiring The Glitch; and the recent acquisition of Svami drinks by Third Eye Distillery and the Indian Gin market. They also talk about a recent YouTube study about how its Long Form content has seen significant viewership contradicting the fact that short form is popular due to short attention spans, XYXX's funding and the lingerie market. Varun recommends a Biryani place while Suchita recommends an Apple Plus show 'Bad Sisters'.Varun & Suchita also answer a few listener questions on the show. Do share yours on the below-mentioned handles.You can follow Varun Duggirala on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/varunduggi and on Instagram at https://instagram.com/varunduggiYou can follow Suchita Salwan on Twitter at https://twitter.com/suchitasalwan and on Instagram at https://instagram.com/suchitasalwanCheck out video episodes on the Think Fast YouTube Channel.Find the show across audio streaming apps:Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | JioSaavn | Gaana | Amazon MusicDo follow IVM Podcasts on social media.We are @IVMPodcasts on Facebook, Twitter, & Instagram.You can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the new and improved IVM Podcasts App on Android or iOS.
Join Sam, Tessa, and Lozy as they run down all of this year's Hugo Awards nominees! In part two of this series, we break down down the nominations for Best Dramatic Presentation, Long Form, the Lodestar Award for Best Young Adult Book, and Best Novelette. 00:00 - Best Dramatic Presentation, Long Form 32:52 - the Lodestar Award for Best Young Adult Book 58:45 - Best Novelette Come back on Wednesday for the conclusion of our three part series on the Hugo Awards nominees!
TikTok, YouTube Shorts, Google, UGC – what's working? What's not? Should I run "pretty ads" or "ugly ads"? Is UGC untrustworthy?
The Monologue: Kamala Harris comes out from hiding to poorly defend student loan debt forgivenessThe Interview: Oak Harbor Police chief Kevin Dresker blames a Democrat law for difficulty in catching a juvenile suspect. The Monologue: Seattle Children's patient hit with monkeypox.The Interview: Brett Johnson on his campaign to make Tacoma safe again.LongForm: Sen. Jim McCune (R-Graham) is introducing a Parent's Education Bill of Rights. He tells us what's in it.The Quick Hit: Paul Pelosi booted from police group whose card he flashed during DUI arrestThe Last Rantz: Use some damn discretion.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
I am so excited to share this week's episode, partly because it is a really funny one, but also because we have new music. The opening song is from a band I am a really big fan of and after careful consideration they have given me permission to use their song "Get to it" from their album County Live. I was listening to the album and when this song came on I knew it was a great fir. It features some amazing Sax. The Quick Six - Get To It Atul Singh instagram.com/atultime Landon Kirksey LandonKirksey.com Maggie Widdows - Stinkers Caroline Cotter - Instagram.com/cotterpoops James Heaney - You found me. ----------Don't for get to write in OriginalUnderstudiesPodcast@gmail.com---------
The Monologue: Student loan debt and PPP loan forgiveness. The Interview: Councilmember Reagan Dunn is asking for an audit of the King County Regional Homelessness AuthorityThe Interview: Matt Larkin slams the student loan debt forgiveness program.LongForm: Former Assistant US Attorney (and Deep Throat's attorney) John O'Connor breaks down why the student debt forgiveness move is unconstitutional and analyzes the Trump affidavit. The Quick Hit: White House press secretary Karrine Jean-Pierre clashes with CNN's Don Lemon. The Last Rantz: Learn to accept good things that happen -- even if they're temporary.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Answer Simple Stupid Specific Questions When Creating Long Form Content Why is long form content important and why should it be a part of your strategy as a content creator, can't you just create short form content and make it? You better tune in today to figure out the latest news and get ready for your next 12 months. Episode Highlights: London Lazerson said, “TikTok shook up the Social Media space and changed my ife..” What is it all about? Why is long form content so important? What happens when things are going great versus when things are hard? Tristan talks about how people jump in without consistency. Jeff explains the difference of emphasis on long form content for those who create content for their business and for those who Social Media and getting brand deals is their business. How do you work smarter to create content that lives on different platforms? Jeff and Tristan discuss an article on YouTube about where Shorts are going and what it is creating. What makes YouTube what it is and why can it not be taken down? Tristan and Jeff weigh in their opinions. Jeff talks about if you “Google yourself” what shows up at the top and it is actually pretty fascinating. What do the people who are successful on YouTube say about Shorts? Tristan reviews Sean Cannell's infographic. What is going on with Instagram? Will Instagram stay photo friendly or are they embracing much more video? How will they stay relevant and make their creators feel heard? Jeff talks about someone he just interviewed who mentioned asking the audience how much they are actually showing up posting video? At all? A lot of the industry is missing out. Resources Mentioned: Business Video School: https://www.bizvideoschool.com/ Drunk on Social Website: www.drunkonsocial.com Drunk on Social Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/136264191062786/ Drunkon Social Instagram: https://www.facebook.com/groups/136264191062786/ Jeff Pfitzer Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jeffpfitzer/ Jeff Pfizer TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@jeffpfitzer?lang=en Tristan Ahumada Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/labcoatagents TristanAhumadaYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJ6o6B5JPEBP57hu9VdzT4Q Lab Coat Agents Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/labcoatagents Lab Coat Agents Twitter: https://twitter.com/LabCoatAgents Lab Coat Agents Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/labcoatagents/ YouTube Reports that 1.5 Billion Users Now Engage with YouTube Shorts Content Each Month https://drunkonsocial.com/f/youtube-reports-that-there-are-now-15-billion-shorts-users Instagram's Chief Explains the Latest Changes in the App Following User Backlash https://drunkonsocial.com/f/instagram-chief-explains-latest-changes-after-users-clamor London Lazerson's LinkedIn Post https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:share:6959498045495398400
Social media has grown to be such an amazing tool for online business. It has also evolved so much over the years and has become more of an entertainment space. Those quick 30 second reels are great to help you get a broader reach, but how do you turn those views into clients?! How are you educating them on what you do, the solutions you offer, the services you provide? In this episode, you will learn: What long form content is & different options How you can use long form content in your business Why long form content is important Links Mentioned in this Episode: Brand New Freelancer?! Take my completely free training to learn all about freelancing and how to get started: aubreemalick.com/freetraining Other Resources: Want my step-by-step guide on how to start your VA business today? Grab The Prep which will show you exactly how to set up and start your business! You will get instant access to the digital product so you don't have to wait any longer to start! Join here >> aubreemalick.com/theprep Join the Freelancer to CEO Podcast Community on Facebook If you found value in today's episode, I would love it if you shared this in your Instagram stories! Help us spread the message to more freelancers who are ready to step into the CEO role! Connect with me on Instagram: @aubreemalick
Sean McCarron, VP of Marketing at LeaseLock, talks with Jeremy about writing worthwhile long-form content.Highlights:How producing long-form content can positively impact the sales cycleAvoiding fluff in long-form contentThe crucial role pacing plays in creating long-form contentLearn more about LeaseLockConnect with Sean on LinkedInMemorable Quotes:"Figuring out how much time and space to sort of dedicate to a topic, it is sort of that art of marketing. That art of good content and good pacing.""I certainly, you know, as a marketer myself, when I fill out a form and I download something and the content is light or full of fluff, that leaves a lasting impression. Like I feel the bait and switch.""I feel like our formats are always, you know, kind of changing. It's really, are you treating the topic that you're talking about with enough space for a listener, a reader, a watcher, a viewer, to think about their own thoughts about the topic? And if so, I would sort of consider that reflective or evaluative process as a key characteristic of long form content versus short form."The B2B Content Show is produced by Connversa, a podcast production agency helping B2B brands connecting with prospects, generates TONS of content, and grow revenue. Learn more at connversa.com
The Monologue: Dr. Anthony Fauci is on the way out. The Interview: Rabbi Dov Fischer (VP of Coalition for Jewish Values) calls out CNN for whitewashing anti-semitism in a special that aired over the weekend.The Interview: State Rep Jim Walsh (R-Aberdeen) reacts to Sen. T'wina Noble's (D-University Place) absurd claim that she's harassed every day and it's only by white people. Plus, he reacts to leaked emails from GOP leadership showing disappointment in primary results. LongForm: Lynnwood Councilmember Jim Smith was effectively called a racist and sexist after a council-approved investigation. His crime? Being an older white male. The Quick Hit: New York's first case of monkeypox The Last Rantz: Democrats shouldn't let their party become one obsessed with identity.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Future forecaster and game designer Jane McGonigal ran a social simulation game in 2008 that had players dealing with the effects of a respiratory pandemic set to happen in the next decade. She wasn't literally predicting the 2020 pandemic—but she got eerily close. Her game, set in 2019, featured scenarios we're now familiar with (like masking and social distancing), and participant reactions gave her a sense of what the world could—and eventually, did—look like. How did she do it? And what can we learn from this experiment to predict—and prepare for—the future ourselves? In this episode, Jane teaches us how to be futurists, and talks about the role of imagination—and gaming—in shaping a future that we're truly excited about. This is an episode of The TED Interview, another podcast in the TED Audio Collective. For more episodes on the future of intelligence, the future of work, and much more, follow The TED Interview wherever you're listening to this.
Sarah and Mike discuss the town of Montague's response to resident complaints regarding crime in downtown Turners Falls; and Mike's recent long pieces on the music scene. Plus a discussion of the new $1.50 price of the paper. This episode features the song "Theme For Bald Eagle Over Food City" from the album Bald Eagle Over Food City by Bromp Treb, the solo project of beloved former Turner's Falls resident Neil Cloaca Young. Listeners can find the album digitally at https://bromptreb.bandcamp.com/album/bald-eagle-over-food-city. Subscribe to the paper: https://montaguereporter.org/subscribe/ Reach the podcast at email@example.com Thanks for listening!
Kate Bradley Chernis is the Founder & CEO of Lately – A.I. that learns which words will get you the most engagement and turns video, audio and text into dozens of social posts containing those words. As a former rock 'n' roll dj, prior to founding Lately, Kate also owned a marketing agency which got Walmart a 130% ROI, YoY for three years. Listen to learn about how to approach your content using the Pillar Method, unlocking the power of long-form content for more engagement, and why your content should be like Turkey dinner on Thanksgiving.
In this interview Eric speaks to Jesse Josefsson, of Sync My Music about a variety of topics including his own music and business focuses, the Sync Licensing industry post-COVID, and much, much more including a Speed Round about his quick takes on a variety of sync-related topics. Find out more about Jesse at SyncMyMusic.com or his YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClTplWVy34IWxzL-p_kxaGA -- Monday's Money Makers Podcast - https://spoti.fi/3Bali5f -- The Make Music Income Discord (Come join for great free conversation!): https://bit.ly/3fYDSVd The Production Music Academy: https://productionmusicacademy.com Make Music Income Website: https://www.MakeMusicIncome.com -- Watch the Podcast on YouTube Channels: Make Music Income: https://www.youtube.com/MakeMusicIncome Stevie B / Production Music Academy: https://www.youtube.com/StevieBProductionMusicAcademy -- Instagram: Make Music Income: https://www.instagram.com/makemusicincome Steven Beddall: https://www.instagram.com/stevenbeddall/ Production Music Academy: https://www.instagram.com/productionmusicacademy
Are you considering turning your long-form content into something even longer, and longer-lasting? It is a fantastic way to breathe new life into older content and reach a much broader audience, while helping to cement your reputation as an industry leader. In this episode, Amy shares three ways that you can take your blog posts, podcast episodes, videos and/or webinar content and extend it even further. Find out: How and why you should turn your blog posts into a book The ins and outs of repurposing blog posts into a white paper, guide or report Why you should consider repurposing content into an online course Important links & mentions: Content10x.com https://www.content10x.com/ (https://www.content10x.com/) Creating online courses by repurposing content with Teresa Heath-Waring https://content10x.captivate.fm/episode/creating-online-courses-by-repurposing-content-with-teresa-heath-wareing (https://content10x.captivate.fm/episode/creating-online-courses-by-repurposing-content-with-teresa-heath-wareing) https://www.content10x.com/93 (Content 10x The Book – An Update & How to Repurpose Content into a Book) Amy's book: https://www.content10x.com/book (https://www.content10x.com/book) (Content 10x: More Content, Less Time, Maximum Results) Amy Woods is the CEO and founder of Content 10x, the world's first and longest-running specialist content repurposing agency that partners exclusively with B2B tech and professional services businesses. Amy is a best-selling author, hosts two content marketing podcasts (The Content 10x Podcast and B2B Content Strategist), and speaks on stages all over the world about the power of content repurposing. Join hundreds of business owners, content creators and marketers and get content repurposing tips and advice delivered straight to your inbox every week https://www.content10x.com/newsletter (https://www.content10x.com/newsletter)
Jacques Spitzer is the CEO and Founder of the San Diego-based full-service branding and advertising firm Raindrop. Over the past decade, Raindrop has helped more than six direct-to-consumer brands grow by millions in just months and are responsible for creating the top-performing ad of 2020 on Youtube. Among their clients include WORX, Omigo, Crossrope, HoneyBug, the Souplantation & Sweet Tomatoes, Dr. Squatch, BakBlade, T.S. Restaurants, Ruggable, and The San Diego Symphony.He is also the author of the book People Love Turkey Sandwiches and co-author of the book Think Better, a sought-after speaker, documentary filmmaker, and 2-time Emmy-winning storyteller and creative director. His work has been featured in Forbes and Entrepreneur Magazine.In this podcast, Jacques shares how he's leading at least 100 employees for his two different companies combined, the importance of an entrepreneurial operating system, what his day-to-day looks like nowadays, and what most ad agencies get wrong about creating video content.This Cast Covers:How Raindrop walks the talk by doing their own marketing for their agency (05:38) Creating a long-form ad that led to an insane number of leads for almost zero ad spend (10:21)Why Joey is an idiot for not leveraging this type of content in their outbound process that could easily cut their cost per acquisition by half (11:17)There is never a wrong moment or time to invest in yourself (11:48)Jacques shares his insights on creating edutainment content (13:09)What makes Raindrop unique from other advertising agencies creating video content for their clients (14:08)Don't start with what you want to say, start with what your consumer wants to hear (16:14)What has changed for Jacques and Raindrop in the past 12 to 18 months since being on the podcast (17:52) How implementing EOS radically transformed Sales Driven Agency as well (19:39)Having an EOS has led to so much clarity and profitability (22:11) “Think Better” by Jacques Spitzer and Jeffrey Campbell (23:06)Jacques shares one of the parables in the book about overemphasizing the role we play in other people's lives (25:21)Joey recalls a life-changing moment when he realized he was just a rock in someone else's play (25:52)Is it true that any PR is good PR? (29:05)What does Jacques's day-to-day now look like? (32:30)Jacques shares his upcoming podcast launching really soon called Marketing People Love (34:55)Additional Resources:The Sales Driven AgencyThe Best Damn Agency MastermindRaindrop AgencyJacques Spitzer | LinkedIn
This week, we chat to Sarah Pearse. Her debut novel, 'The Sanatorium', was the best selling debut fiction book of 2021. It was a New York Tiimes and Sunday Times bestseller, a Waterstones Thriller of the Month, and a Reese Witherspoon Book Club pick.Her new one is called, 'The Retreat'. Set on an eco-wellness retreat on an island near Devon, it promises rest and relaxation, yet the locals believe it to have a cursed past. When a young woman is found murdered nearby, DS Elin Warner is called in to investigate.We chat about how her writing routine is slightly dictated by family, where she moves for inspiration, and how she changes scenes that she wrote in the first few days of an idea.You can hear how much she thinks about pacing and structure when writing genre, why her best thoughts come at night, and how she found moving from short stories to full on novels.This week's episode of the show is supported by 'Believe Me Not', the fantastic new novel by Natalie Chandler.Support the show at firstname.lastname@example.org See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Welcome to Pregnancy, Birth and Beyond! Today we bring you a special podcast recorded in May 2020 for World Maternal Mental Health day. Birth Trauma Awareness week 2022 just concluded with a powerful theme this year on Birth Injuries. Our panel discussion raising awareness of maternal mental and other health issues with experts and mothers is as timely and relevant as ever. We hope you enjoy todays long form discussion. For questions and comments on this podcast email us at email@example.comOur live-stream event took place on Wednesday 6th May and was streamed through Facebook live via Maternal Mental Health Matters. The focus for the panel discussion is celebrating mothers and marking World Maternal Mental Health Day in a positive way (prevention, solutions-based approach, support etc) - a panel of experts, practitioners and mothers coming together to discuss the latest in maternal health and wellbeing.Maternal Mental Health Panellists:* Dr Oscar Serrallach - Integrative Doctor with a special interest in maternal health and postnatal wellbeing. Dr Serrallach was the first to recognise something he termed Postnatal Depletion. The Postnatal Depletion Cure is his first book. * Callie Brown - Mother, Coach, writer, speaker and life enthusiast. * Dr Sophie Brock- Sociologist, mother, and founder of The Good Enough Mother: a podcast and platform for mothering discussion and resources. Sophie is also AMIRCI President. * Alecia Stains - Mother, Maternity Advocate, Director of Maternity Consumer Network and Hypnobirthing Educator. * Mary Kirk - Midwife and maternity advocate. Mary is Vice-President of International Confederation of Midwives and founder of Safe Motherhood For All - First Baby Campaign Inc. * Ella Noah Bnacroft, proud bundjalung woman, artist, published author, mentor, consultant and founder of “The Returning Indigenous Corporation”. The Returning is an Indigenous charity that brings health and wellness through a nature based approach and connection back to country led by Indigenous facilitators * Kirilly Dawn, Barkindji woman, doula and embodiment practitioner. Kirily is also a Development Director at PBB Media Incorporated. The panel is hosted by Sally Cusack from our acclaimed Pregnancy, Birth & Beyond podcastProduced and directed by Annalee Atia, co-founder and Development Director at PBB Media Incorporated.This panel discussion was recorded on Gadigal lands on Wednesday, 6 May 2020 This event is brought to you by four major Australian nonprofits: Maternity Choices Australia, Safe Motherhood for All, Maternity Consumer Network and PBB Media Incorporated.#maternalmhmatters #birthtraumaawarenessweek
It's crystal clear that short-form content is on the rise and what audiences love. Platforms like TikTok, Twitter and Instagram continue to go from strength to strength – with TikTok as the fasting growing social media platform for the past few years across all age ranges. Posting short-form, snackable content is a great way to attract new audiences. Once you attract new audiences, you can continue to stay front-of-mind with your short-form, easy-to-consume content. But how do you convert those casual short-form content fans into consumers of your long-form content? Because the consumers of your long-form content are investing time in your deeper, higher value content - and they are the audience who are most likely to convert. Listen to this episode to learn how to tempt people to consume your long-form content. Find out: Why a focus on quality with short-form content is important, and why platform research is key Who is consuming your short-form content and who is consuming your long-form content, and why it's important to consider this How to repurposing long-form content into short form content in order to convert casual fans into superfans! Important links & mentions: Content 10x: https://www.content10x.com/ (https://www.content10x.com) Episode 134 – The Content Repurposing Customer Journey: from Mobile to Long-form to Buying: https://www.content10x.com/134 (https://www.content10x.com/134) Episode 204 – The Best Way to Repurpose Content: Long-form to Short-form or Vice Versa?: https://www.content10x.com/204 (https://www.content10x.com/204) Kraus Group Marketing Report: https://krausgroupmarketing.com/marketing-strategy/average-consumer-attention-span-has-dropped-again-in-2022/#:~:text=Align%20Your%20Marketing%20Efforts%20with,the%20average%20consumer%20attention%20span (https://krausgroupmarketing.com/marketing-strategy/average-consumer-attention-span-has-dropped-again-in-2022/#:~:text=Align%20Your%20Marketing%20Efforts%20with,the%20average%20consumer%20attention%20span). My book: https://www.content10x.com/book (Content 10x: More Content, Less Time, Maximum Results) Amy Woods is the CEO and founder of Content 10x, the world's first and longest-running specialist content repurposing agency that partners exclusively with B2B tech and professional services businesses. Amy is a best-selling author, hosts two content marketing podcasts (The Content 10x Podcast and B2B Content Strategist), and speaks on stages all over the world about the power of content repurposing. Join hundreds of business owners, content creators and marketers and get content repurposing tips and advice delivered straight to your inbox every week https://www.content10x.com/newsletter (https://www.content10x.com/newsletter)
On this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour, Les Sillars, a professor of journalism at Patrick Henry College, and Mary Muncy, a breaking news reporter for WORLD, join Federalist Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky to discuss their new podcast “Doubletake” and examine how technology is changing the future of journalism. You can find the Doubletake podcast here: https://doubletakepodcast.org/
On this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour, Les Sillars, a professor of journalism at Patrick Henry College, and Mary Muncy, a breaking news reporter for WORLD, join Federalist Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky to discuss their new podcast "Doubletake" and examine how technology is changing the future of journalism. You can find the Doubletake podcast here: https://doubletakepodcast.org/
In this episode of The Grind, Josh and Mikey from Overthrow Disc Golf join the show to talk about common form issues, discuss how important good form is to scoring well, and review the DGA Sail while sipping on some ESX from Kiln Coffee Bar on espresso. Join us for a well caffeinated conversation about getting better at disc golf! You can support Josh and Mikey by subscribing to their Youtube channel or joining their Patreon Find us on instagram.com/thegrind.dg Get bonus episodes and support the show at patreon.com/thegrinddg
In this LONG FORM episode we take a deep dive into the history, mysticism, magic and legend of the Devil's Blues.Music credits: Poor Man's Poison for the Monster's Lair theme "Devil's Price," Pauly Manners, of the Beardedbreed and Metal Messsiah, Mike Morgan a.k.a. @madthink3r on IG, Zachary Mueller owner of Void Productions and solo man behind Void, The Cult of Zachary Mueller, Erscheinung and Acid Sludge. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/themonsterslair/message
Leigh Baldwin and Sean Williams co-wrote and co-reported "Follow the Leader" for the July issue of The Atavist Magazine. We also hear from lead editor Jonah Ogles. Social: @CNFPod Sponsor: Athletic Greens Show notes/newsletter: brendanomeara.com Support: Patreon.com/cnfpod
Visit SparkLoop: https://sparkloop.app/?utm_campaign=simonowens If there's one thing Twitter's known for, it's character limits. It famously only allowed 140 of them and then later expanded to 280. In some ways, that forced brevity made Twitter what it is today: a real-time commentary on what's going on in the world. But for years, Twitter has been trying to expand beyond its own character limits, first by launching features like photos, gifs, and videos. It launched a threading tool that allows you to string several tweets together. In 2021, it acquired newsletter platform Revue. And then just recently, it debuted a new tool called Notes. Though it's still in the testing phase, Notes will allow users to publish longer blog posts within their Twitter feed. But is this something users actually want? Or will it eventually join the very large graveyard of social media features that never caught on? To answer this question, I brought on Ernie Smith. Not only is Ernie one of the foremost experts on publishing platforms and newsletters, he also got early access to Twitter Notes and tested them out for himself. He gave me his initial reactions to the tool and we discussed whether it would usher in an era of longform writing to Twitter.
Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Are long-form dating profiles productive?, published by AABoyles on June 27, 2022 on LessWrong. There's been a noticeable trend over the last few years of in this community of writing long-form dating profiles. They have the benefit of being slightly costly signals, requiring significantly more time and attention and a much greater degree of disclosure than can be devoted to a traditional online dating profile. But they are (at present) publicized and distributed manually, sharply limiting the possible audience. Has anyone who's written one found a date (and subsequently, relationship) by doing so? Separately, if you've written one, regardless of whether you met anyone because of it, do you believe it was worth the effort? Thanks for listening. To help us out with The Nonlinear Library or to learn more, please visit nonlinear.org.
On this week's show Jess, Greg and Nicole talk about the big Twitter news, Twitter Nopes, I mean, Twitter Notes. Alos Elon Musk is having some (more) reservations about buying Twitter. We've got more PMax hot takes, some great resources for learning SEO and all of the news of the week followed by a rousing game of "Two Kinds of People" in the "Shootin' The Heck Aftershow".
Leah Sottile (@leahsottile) is the author of When the Moon Turns to Blood (12 Books) and the producer behind the podcast Bundyville. Sponsor: Athletic Greens Support: Patreon.com/cnfpod Social: @CNFPod Show notes/newsletter: brendanomeara.com
Welcome back all! Today I am going to be exploring more into my new found passion of Improv comedy classes and why I am here to tell all of you, to try one out in your own hometown. On episode 158 I delved into some deep content about facing your fears and sitting with discomfort. I directly referenced Phil and I pushing past our awkwardness and joining Improv classes. It turns out I wasn't quite done with the subject, and in fact will probably record another podcast about how to make meaningful relationships as you age, which Improv will be involved in that discussion as well. What can I say... When I am into something... I am INTO it. :) Aside from being a fun activity to participate in, Improv has helped me personally communicate better with others, and myself. My brain feels sharper than it has in years, and Phil and I's communication has improved A LOT. We always considered ourselves great at talking, but have realized over the years that you can be great at talking, but NOT at communicating. We talk over one another. We blame and judge. We get defensive. We assume and project. I am sure we are not the only ones. When you are with someone for a long period of time you develop habits, and patterns. These habits became apparent to me when we started taking Improv together and began working through some practices and games. We weren't listening outside of class as well as we could have been. Improv helped us pause and instead of waiting for our turn to speak, to really listen to what the other was saying. It also revealed long standing patterns of blame. If we were in a scene together, we instantly fell into "Well, you didn't do this." or "Why are you blaming me? You weren't there either!." Sort of scenario. Those negative emotions were easy to access as we built our pretend world for a scene. For example- A married couple at a furniture store that can't agree on a couch. Normal, right? Let me be clear here in saying that Improv comedy classes didn't entirely solve our problems. I am not saying it is therapy or a replacement for therapy. It just offered a lovely way of actually PRACTICING how to communicate better. You learn from therapy and discover how to better communicate. You may notice your own patterns or you might read concepts from books on how to shift the way you communicate. You read it, but to actually put these good habits into practice in a fun way allows you to shine light on where they pop up and strengthen better communication muscles so that you deeply know it. It was shortly after our Phil and I's first few classes that we began to unfold. The blame game disappeared. We were listening to one another AND then most beautiful thing happened naturally... We were playing again. Truly playing. This past year with the death of my sister Nina has been a rough one, and I have actively been rediscovering how to play and find joy. Life is hard. It is dark, and it can sometimes be easy to stay dark. It is hard to be playful after tragedy, but man is it needed. We began being lighter and not just in class. The affects lingered on throughout the week and seeped into our days and evenings, and we could not wait until the following week to play again with our new found friends! At least for us Improv classes are pure childlike joy. It is like camp for adults! Wanna try it? Let's chat with a veteran on the show! I am excited to announce that I have a guest for today's show, something I haven't had in over a year and a half! Feels good to speak to another human on MOTM. On today's episode I bring on Justin Borak. Justin is an Improv teacher and actor, and has worked in Chicago for several years performing in shows at Second City, iO, and the Annoyance. Some popular and prestigious Improv hot spots around the country. I am so excited to chat with him about how he thinks Improv spurs creativity and playfulness, how he thinks Dungeons and Dragons blends so well with Improv Comedy, and how inclusive it is in different cities. We also discuss how diverse of a crew you get when you join a class. Age, race, all walks of life join in these classes and it is a delightful way to expand your perspective and friend group. We also walk you into your first improv class and tells you what to expect, so you don't have to be nervous. This is me trying to break down what happens in a typical class for all those who are curious but are really scared to walk into something crazy. It is harder to write, so listen to the episode to get a better idea. A Typical First Improv Class- You sit in the chairs waiting for everyone to arrive. Maybe you say hi to someone, maybe you don't. The instructor introduces him/herself and they have everyone then stand in a circle and play some games. Most of these games are typical icebreaker games. Remembering people's names, passing the red ball around, Zip, Zap, Zop. They are games that are played and learned very quickly and intended to warm you up, to allow you to get comfortable so that you soon realize you are just having fun like you used to do when you were a kid. No pressure or expectation, only fun. After that they may explain how Improv works, you might do some quick short practices with others. One of my most favorite practices the instructor lead early on - It was myself and another classmate on stage. The instructions were that we were making a bed together, and we couldn't talk until the instructor tells us to. We start and just begin to act out making a bed. Folding sheets, fluffing pillows, etc. The real subject of this scene isn't the bed though it is the relationship between the characters and what is going on. What is their relationship to each other. Is the body language angry, happy, sad? I liked the exercise because when you begin Improv it is hard to find words. Silence is easier and it relaxed me. It allowed me to use my body to express how I was feeling. On your first class you may also start to delve into something called Monologue Deconstruction. I like to think of this as basically storytelling time. The audience throws out a word. Say "Beach." and one person comes forward to tell a story that relates somehow to a beach. Trying to add in as much detail as possible. Then from this story and the details, the classmates start to create scenes. That is about it, folks. Sound scary? It shouldn't. I have honestly found the most easy going people to be in my Improv classes. Everyone there is showing up to have a good time and learn some fun and funky new skill. Creativity sparks because everyone is showing up for one another to build the best scene possible. It is the ultimate co-op game where everyone wins. You ready to try it? YOU SHOULD! Better yet, bring your partner, friend or family member along with you and watch your communication start to evolve and your playfulness ignite! Yoga Sailing Retreats for 2023 Registration is OPEN!!! Thailand- April 8th to the 15th Croatia August 26th to the 2nd Sardinia and Corsica- Sept 2nd to the 9th. - 2 spots left! Don't miss out on your chance to sail with me next year because I am not sure if I will be hosting sailing retreats in 2024 or 2025. ALSO if you can't roll with me overseas this year, stay local! My friend Elizabeth Craig and I are hosting a women onlyTransformation Retreat near Pittsburgh. Sept 8-11th. Registration is now open and Early Birds Registration ends on June 30th. This retreat is for the awakening woman, and we want you with us. Choose from a 2 or 3 day retreat for your busy schedule. This episode is sponsored by Steel City Improv. "Steel City Improv Theater teaches and performs Long-Form improv comedy. In long-form improvisation, a group of improvisers take one suggestion from the audience and perform an entirely made-up show, complete with multiple scenes, characters, and ridiculous spectacles, bound only by its creators' imaginations. Steel City Improv Theater (a.k.a. the SCIT), teaches Applied Improvisation. The SCIT knows that improv classes make you more than just funny. By applying the principles of improv to your life, you can become a better parent, mentor, entrepreneur, employee and friend. Improv teaches you to deal with the unexpected in life. You become a better listener, more positive person, and improve your ability to truly live in the moment. Steel City Improv Theater's philosophy is best summed up in three words: “Listen. Commit. Play.” The SCIT combined the best practices from improv training found at New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles improv theaters into the SCIT Philosophy. Listening can be a hard skill to master, but, by staying in the moment can open up a world of possibilities. Accepting others' ideas is difficult, but committing to our own ideas can be an even bigger challenge. With improv training, we learn to break through the inner critic that normally stops us. With a sense of play, we find an endless sense of possibility and inspiration. When our teammates have that same sense of imagination, it makes the word “failure” seem less scary and more exciting. For a safe space to step out of your comfort zone, come listen, commit, and play at Steel City Improv Theater!"
In this week's epsiode of Connect the Dots, Vicki reviews the differences between short form videos and long form videos PLUS 5 factors every creator and marketer should consider to determine the best video approach to achieving a goal. Connect with Vicki O'Neill on LinkedIn to continue learning about video in your marketing and how it can help you achieve better results. Show notes are located here: https://www.vickioneill.com/podcast. This is Episode #134.
Welcome back to Aquarium Drunkard Transmissions, with your host Jason P. Woodbury. This week on the show, we're joined by Andrew Khedoori and Mark Gowing of Longform Editions. Home to extended experimental works by previous Transmissions guests like William Tyler, Carlos Nino, and Angel Bat Dawid—plus, many more avant composers and music makers—it's tempting to think of Longform Editions as a “record label,” but Andrew and Mark consider it an online gallery for musical works. Every two months, they upload four new entries. On June 15th, the same day this podcast is released, they offer up a new batch, featuring Sam Prekop of Sea and Cake, Foodman, Megan Alice Clune, and Nailah Hunter. Mark and Andrew have a long history in the music industry and are lifelong record collectors. They joined us to discuss the way Longform works, how they crafted it as a sustainable project for both artists who contribute and themselves, the process of deep listening, and much more. Thanks for listening to Aquarium Drunkard's Transmissions. You can support this podcast by checking out our Patreon page. Help support independent media. And of course, rate, review, subscribe, and spread the word if you dig Transmissions, which is part of the Talkhouse Podcast Network.
This week we discuss work life balance, the State of Continuous Delivery Survey and recap WWDC. Plus, some thoughts on Buddha and parenting… Runner-up Titles The Buddha had no kids The Air Fryer is a PaaS. Rundown Work vs. Life Office workers get little reward for returning to the office – an idle factory is taboo (https://cote.io/2022/06/08/office-workers-get-little-reward-for-returning-to-work-an-idle-factory-is-taboo/) CEOs had a phenomenal year. Workers, less so (https://thehustle.co/05312022-CEO-vs-Worker-Pay/) Tesla monitored its employees on Facebook with help of PR firm during 2017 union push (https://www.cnbc.com/2022/06/02/tesla-paid-pr-firm-to-surveil-employees-on-facebook-in-2017-union-push.html) Elon Musk asks all Tesla employees to come back to the office or quit (https://electrek.co/2022/06/01/elon-musk-tesla-employees-come-back-office-or-quit/) Ford factory workers get 40-hour week (https://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/ford-factory-workers-get-40-hour-week) Survey Says State of Continuous Delivery (https://cd.foundation/wp-content/uploads/sites/78/2022/06/The-State-of-CD-Q1-2022.pdf) Chainguard raises $50M Series A for supply chain security (https://techcrunch.com/2022/06/02/chainguard-raises-50m-to-guard-supply-chains/) WWDC Apple WWDC 2022: the 16 biggest announcements (https://www.theverge.com/2022/6/6/23141939/apple-wwdc-2022-biggest-announcements-ios-16-macbook-air-macos-watchos) Create macOS or Linux virtual machines - WWDC22 - Videos (https://developer.apple.com/videos/play/wwdc2022/10002/) Apple will allow Linux VMs to run Intel apps with Rosetta in macOS Ventura (https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2022/06/macos-ventura-will-extend-rosetta-support-to-linux-virtual-machines/) All the New Features Coming to Your Mac This Fall (https://www.wired.com/story/apple-ventura-macos-13-preview/) EU reaches deal to make USB-C a common charger for most electronic devices (https://www.engadget.com/eu-reaches-deal-to-make-usb-c-a-common-charger-for-most-electronic-devices-104605067.html) Relevant to your Interests Earnings HashiCorp quarter (https://siliconangle.com/2022/06/02/kubecost-launches-open-source-opencost-project-keep-lid-kubernetes-spending/https://twitter.com/jaminball/status/1532457687778312213?s=21&t=FiXLrZJc1LtYPQyeU27CEg) MongoDB quarter (https://twitter.com/jaminball/status/1532094080418607104) GitLab quarter (https://twitter.com/jaminball/status/1533906440695316480?s=21&t=K30ROu7mTJp1DgbvYxhDCA) Salesforce stock jumps as it raises profit forecast (https://www.cnbc.com/2022/05/31/salesforce-crm-earnings-q1-2023.html) Tech Valuations Tumble, but Business Software Stocks Are Cushioned by the Cloud (https://www.wsj.com/articles/tech-valuations-tumble-but-business-software-stocks-are-cushioned-by-the-cloud-11654164000?mod=djemalertNEWS) A Framework for Navigating Down Markets (https://future.com/framework-valuation-navigating-down-markets/) VMware Good thread (VMware history) (https://twitter.com/jdooley_clt/status/1528688334394077184) Broadcom buying VMware makes sense for IoT infrastructure (https://www.theregister.com/2022/05/26/broadcom_buying_vmware_makes_sense/) Broadcom plans 'rapid subscription transition' for VMware (https://www.theregister.com/2022/05/27/broadcom_vmware_subscriptions/) Broadcom buying VMware makes sense for IoT infrastructure (https://www.theregister.com/2022/05/26/broadcom_buying_vmware_makes_sense/) Brian Madden's brutal and unfiltered thoughts on the Broadcom / VMware deal (https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/brian-maddens-brutal-unfiltered-thoughts-broadcom-vmware-brian-madden/?trackingId=m%2FeClBkjQxSyYPzRVcnpHQ%3D%3D) Broadcom will tame the VMware beast (https://siliconangle.com/2022/05/27/broadcom-will-tame-vmware-beast/) VMware Blockchain (https://www.vmware.com/products/blockchain.html) Bolt, the payments start-up, has begun laying off employees. 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Im psyched to launch a style that I think will catch on with two shooters discussing a single question back to back, stage style, timed, and focused. We touch the surface of a bunch of topics and open the door for some awesome content. I think this is one youre going to listen to more than once if you want to hear it straight from the best of the best on training and performance. No particular sequence of questions because its all the best questions thrown at them back to back to back.. let me know what you think
We've got something a little different today, the trailer for co-host Evan Ratliff's brand-new podcast Persona: The French Deception. It's the story of Gilbert Chikli, one of the greatest con artists of all time. Over eight episodes, Evan investigates how Chikli duped some of the world's most powerful people into handing over their fortunes, evaded the law for years, and became a Robin Hood-like hero to many in the process. More than just a tale of criminal genius, Persona is about the moment we're living in right now — the golden age of scammers — and the power of seduction. But what happens when the fantasy we've been lured into finally crumbles away? The first two episodes of Persona: The French Deception are available starting today wherever you get your podcasts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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Hi Slight Changers! We're back at the end of this month with Season 4 of A Slight Change of Plans! In the meantime, we wanted to share a very special conversation Maya had with Max Linsky for his podcast, Longform. Maya talks to Max about her life story and her inspiration for A Slight Change of Plans. We hope you enjoy it! If you'd like to keep up with the most recent news from this and other Pushkin podcasts be sure to sign up for our email list at Pushkin.fm. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.