In this week's episode, our goal is to give you and your show a ride into 2017. This talk first created a three-part series with the sole purpose of letting you take your podcast to new heights in the new year.
Yes, 2016 was a great year for showrunners as a whole, and podcasting as a medium (except for one person who doesn't think so). But if we get our show in shape, 2017 can and will be even better.
To do this, we need a rock-solid Latest Mailing Database system for our podcasts. The system helps us schedule guest podcasts, record interviews, edit our podcasts, and even helps us find our show sponsors.
Systematizing our programming can seem difficult, even unnecessary. But as you'll learn in this episode, there are ways to make sure it doesn't become daunting.
In fact, Jarrod and Jon have systematized the process of systematizing your show.
Here's what you'll learn in this episode:
In what - how's it going and - better systematize your podcast
Three SS (and two rupees) for identifying systematization opportunities
Why you need to be tough and realistic
Plus, Jarrod's Three Steps to Systematize Your Program 2017
Listen, learn, enjoy...
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Ranking in Search Engine Results Pages (SERPs)
The results page is displayed in the place of the organic search site. This is an important indicator of the main keyword or brand aspect of the website.
Use Google's search console to find your site ranking for keywords and positions in their SERPs.
Organic Traffic Traffic sent from organic search to a website. After they find this in the SERP users send to your site. This may correspond to how high the site ranks in organic search.
Measure and track organic traffic in Google Analytics.
Referral traffic is the amount of traffic sent to a website from other websites. Users are sent to your site after they click on a link from another site to it.
Measure and track referral traffic in Google Analytics.
mentioned in the news
News mentions are the number of times other publishers mentioned your business or brand. They increase your influence and visibility because other publishers expose your brand to their audiences.