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Choosing Good Episode Titles

Just like choosing a name for your podcast, choosing good, searchable, descriptive titles for your episodes is important.

  • The biggest mistake when it comes to naming your episodes is to call them “Episode 1”, “Episode 2”, and so on. Nobody’s going to know what to expect if they listen.
  • Make it clear to people what they will get from listening to your show. And make sure that you are delivering in the episode what you promised in the title.

The extra benefit of this is that Apple/iTunes allows searching by episode name. 

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Cover Art. Having attractive cover art that stands out is vital when your show lines up against thousands of others in the Apple Podcasts or Spotify directories. 

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There are two big questions you need to ask yourself here:

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