Show 035 Quick-Guide
- Re-united and it feels so good!
- Jess REALLY wants to work on the She Podcast directory – really really and sorry. 🙁
- Elsie – rant – podcasting is hard – and dude overwhelm.
- The appreciation of shownotes is needs to be “a thing.”
- The struggle with podfading is REAL people.
- What if you are over it? What if you’re over your podcast – we totally go there.
- She Podcasts FB group has been blowing up!
- So much talk about starting a podcast but not enough about KEEPING podcasting and what it REALLY takes.
- Getting real about the difference between women trying to get a podcast done and men getting it done. OMG. Do we get real.
- “Mommy’s don’t have a choice”
- The story of the pee everywhere – and yes, it does have to do with podcasting.
- “Because that’s a CHOICE!!!”
- Ever green content vs of the moment content.
- Where are all the women? How come they never get mentioned in these fancy all about podcasting articles.
- The Podcasts Awards – and we’re over it…at least now.
- And are you attending NMX?
- We were featured by Jen Thorpe because of our directory!
Do you have something to say about OVERWHELM?
Are you over your show?
Links mentioned by Elsie!
- NPR has created a directory
- Anne Samoilov
- Erika Lyremark
- Espree Devora
- Heather Ordover
- Helen Zaltzman
- Podcast Movement
- 15 Startup Podcasters You Need To Follow
- We Are LA Tech
- The Podcast Awards
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