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Podcast Insider

Todd Cochrane, Mike Dell & MacKenzie Bennett

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Blubrry’s Official Podcast where we talk about the Podcasting industry, Blubrry news and interview podcasters on why they started their podcast.
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Let's talk innovation, entrepreneurship, patents and intellectual property! Come learn about patents, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets patent from conception and idea phase to market commercialization from Bold Patent's Founder, J.D. Houvener. There is a LOT of misinformation out there in this area of the law, and I've made it my mission to educate and inform inventors of all walks, especially those solo inventors out there making the world better through their ingenuity and innovat ...
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Manila Graphic Design Podcast

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A three-episode podcast campaign that advocates for the graphic design industry in Metro Manila. The space that talks about legalities, intellectual property rights, and the life of being a Filipino graphic designer.
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A Video Podcast is What You Want it To Be Video podcasting has revolutionized the way audiences engage with content, offering a visually enriching experience that complements the auditory. For podcasters looking to expand their reach and diversify their content, incorporating video podcasting into their strategy can be a game-changer. This approach…
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Migrating to Blubrry from another platform is easy Migrating your podcast to Blubrry from another hosting platform can be a strategic move to leverage Blubrry’s comprehensive suite of podcasting services, including advanced analytics, monetization options, and a robust distribution network. The process involves a few critical steps to ensure a smoo…
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J.D. and Matt dig into the importance of research prior to filing either a patent application or trademark application. The two of them discuss the particulars of what can come up during a search, what decisions need to be made, and what can happen if you file blindly having skipped the dilligence. The two go through 3 Q&A and then dive into a crit…
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Don’t Put Too Much Thought Into Your Podcast Episode Length Whether you’re a budding podcaster wondering how to pace your episodes or a seasoned listener curious about the behind-the-scenes decisions, this episode offers valuable perspectives on balancing content depth with listener attention spans. Join us as we unravel the art and science behind …
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J.D. discusses the importance of understanding what to do and what not to do prior to filing your patent application and what two major criteria start the 1-year statutory grace period that the US offers prior to filing a patent application. J.D. and Matt field 3 questions that came in over the week through our network covering different subjects s…
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Have you used a podcast transcription to enhance your show? Podcast transcription offers several significant benefits that can enhance the reach, accessibility, and overall impact of your podcast. Recently, Apple announced that they will be implementing the transcription tag into their platform; here at Blubrry we’ve offered transcription and close…
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J.D. explains the power of a patent portfolio, and how the everyday inventor and small business owner can take advantage of the child patent application to broaden rights and vastly increase the chances of catching infringers on the core invention. Plus, it will give you a big advantage if you end up in settlement negotiations. He and Matt answer L…
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Donation platforms are taking a pivotal role in the world of podcasting and sustaining and growing podcast projects. Today we explore the ins and outs of various donation platforms available to podcasters, how they work, and why they are becoming an essential tool for podcast creators looking to monetize their content. From understanding the mechan…
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Efficiently Grow Your Podcast Audience In this enlightening session, we dive deep into the essential strategies and innovative techniques needed to expand your podcast’s reach and engage a broader audience. From leveraging social media platforms to understanding the power of storytelling, we’ll cover a range of topics that are crucial for any podca…
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An Overview of What to Do When Starting Your Podcast Today, we’re covering a range of topics that are essential for beginners in podcasting. As January tends to lead to rapid podcast releases, we thought this would be the perfect time to reach out to any newcomers. These topics can help provide a comprehensive overview of what it takes to start and…
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Matt and I talk about new year technologies and innovations, mostly focused on AI and AI-enabled technologies. We discuss the complications related to patent, trademark, and copyrights with AI and ownership/inventorship. We then critique a Shark Tank episode from a company called Fry-Away which has used a patented oleogel substance, but has wisely …
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Are the Podcast ‘Experts’ Actually On Track? Some members of the Blubrry team provided insight into what they believe will happen in the podcasting space in 2024. Todd, Mike and MacKenzie share their own thoughts and hopes (and some unfortunate expectations as well) in today’s episode of Podcast Insider, giving listeners a thorough assessment of th…
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We take a moment to reflect on the incredible journey we’ve shared over the past year. This episode is a celebration of the milestones we’ve achieved, the challenges we’ve overcome, and the remarkable accomplishments that have marked this year. We’ve covered a vast landscape of ideas and insights. As we look back at the year’s highlights, we also s…
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Podcasting features are ever evolving We delve into the intriguing concept of the value time split. This episode is dedicated to exploring how individuals and organizations allocate their time between tasks that generate immediate value and those that promise long-term benefits. How this affects productivity, innovation, and personal growth. Join u…
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Unveiling the Podcast Landscape: Dispelling Myths and Exploring News Consumption In this episode, we delve deep into the evolving world of podcasts and exploring how podcasts have become a crucial medium for news consumption. We’ll analyze recent trends, highlight key changes in listener behavior, and discuss the implications of podcasts in the dig…
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Exploring Quirky and Evolving Terminology in the Podcast World Podcasting came to be around 20 something years ago and with this time has come changes to the way that people refer to the podcast industry and medium as a whole, effectively creating podcast slang that we’ve all become familiar with. Today we reflect on the creative and dynamic nature…
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As the hosts of Beer, Bourbon and Balderdash, Wes Olsen and John Harrison claim “they drink brown liquid, talk nonsense and maybe even solve some world problems.” Well, the Blubrry team was happy to feature them as our November Podcast of the Month and Wes joined Mike to tell us about their show and how it came to be. Today’s Hosts: Mike Dell, feat…
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Expert advice on elevating your podcast into a whole new adventure. On today’s episode of Podcast Insider, we explore the dynamic world of podcasting and guide you through the ins and outs of turning your passion podcast hobby into your thriving podcast business. We assure you, it is possible to turn your beloved podcast hobby into a sustainable an…
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Should Podcasters Be Using YouTube For Their Podcast? YouTube is a dynamic platform that extends beyond video content, making it an option for podcasting. Leveraging YouTube for podcasting provides creators with a broader audience reach, as the platform boasts billions of users worldwide. By converting audio content into engaging visual formats, po…
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Podcast Episode Artwork Part II: Including iOS 17 Artwork Updates Podcast artwork is a requirement for each and every show to be universally accepted in podcast apps and directories; it’s also a direct advertisement for what listeners can expect from the show. As of late episode specific podcast artwork has been increasingly popular. So much that A…
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In this episode, we explore the advantages and drawbacks of daily and weekly (or less frequent) podcasting schedules. We discuss the delicate balance between quantity vs. quality podcasting. The nature of your content, whether it’s daily news or in-depth interviews, should also influence your choice of podcasting schedule. Lastly, it’s crucial to a…
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J.D. Houvener talks about participating in the Movember movement and creating awareness of men's health and specifically dangerous prostate cancer awareness and testing. J.D. answers some questions related to USPTO office actions, Abandoned applications, as well as a trademark question about competing products. J.D. then does a Bold Bite where he c…
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Explore ways to make your podcast more accessible to all listeners, including those with disabilities. Podcasting is a powerful medium but it’s essential to ensure that everyone can enjoy and benefit from your content. By focusing on accessibility and inclusivity, we not only open the doors to a wider audience but also enrich the podcasting ecosyst…
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J.D. and Matt have a LOT of fun coming up with a new invention LIVE on the show. We solve a problem of too much unfolded laundry laying around the house. Can you relate? Listen in to hear how we came up with our solution. We even branded it and discussed how we'd protect it with patents/trademarks (if it proved to be patentable and marketable). We …
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J.D. and Matt talk about Design Patents and Design Trademarks - we clarify the differences and how both protect different aspects. We answer a question that came into us over the week from our YouTube page where someone wants to copy a Gucci bag, but wants to make sure there is not already a design patent on it. We do a Bold Bite as well and discus…
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Expand your podcast audience to the written medium. Creating a book based on the content of your podcast can be a fantastic way to extend your reach and provide your audience with a tangible resource. In our latest episode, we explore the dynamic process of transforming your podcast content into a book. Today’s Hosts: Todd Cochrane and Mike Dell Wr…
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J.D. and Matt get the opportunity to interview David Krueger, inventor of the Roll-A-Coaster novelty drink coaster! David has been at this invention for a couple years now, and has been through the patent process, manufacturing (with different manufacturers) and is now selling on Amazon and directly on his own site. He talks about the ups and downs…
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The Art of Podcast Scriptwriting Explore the process of scripting podcast episodes, whether you opt for fully scripted, semi-scripted, or improvised formats. We’re getting into the heart of the medium, where words transform into engaging narratives, informative discussions, and captivating stories. Whether you’re a seasoned podcaster looking to ref…
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Crafting Memorable Podcast Intros and Outros In this episode, we’re diving deep into the art of creating engaging podcast intros and outros. Your podcast’s intro and outro serve as the welcome mat and farewell hug to your listeners, setting the tone and leaving a lasting impression. Whether you’re a seasoned podcaster looking to revamp your show’s …
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J.D. and Matt interview Bold Patents client, Chris Holmberg, COO/President of ESA Connection. He tells about the Arizona education opportunity with ESAs and the trouble there is in implementing it for many teachers/educators/vendors. He has created a platform to connect parents, teachers, and vendors in one location. Support the show…
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How do you react to good or bad feedback? Reacting to podcast feedback can take some practice, more specifically depending on the type feedback you are receiving. Ultimately, the way you react to podcast feedback can significantly impact your show’s success and how your audience perceives you as a podcaster. Handling feedback, especially when it pe…
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Taking a Break From Social Media While Podcasting We all need a social media break once in a while. But don’t leave your podcast listeners in the dust! Follow the tips below to ensure that you’ll have your well deserved digital consumption freedom without screwing up all of your hard work building an audience. Today’s Hosts: Todd Cochrane and MacKe…
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J.D. and Matt showcase some of the weirdest patents issued of all time. We explore the very edge of "utility" eligibility under Section 35 of the United States Code. We then critique a very odd Shark Tank episode for a business model that none of the sharks bit on, but is STILL going strong - check it out! Support the show…
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We talked about AI, Technology and Privacy law with special guest AI Okeke, a technology and IP attorney based out of Houston, TX. We dove into privacy law and how important that is for technology companies as they retain/transfer customer data and the importance of protecting that information. The three of us critiqued a shark tank pitch for Knife…
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What Not to Do With Your Podcast Beyond the excitement of starting and maintaining your own podcast, there are a handful of things that you should avoid doing as well. Today we are here to discuss what not to do in podcasting; for the peace of mind and enjoyment of the creator as well as the listener. We start off strong getting right into what not…
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J.D. and Matt look at and discuss 5 different patent publications from recently filed patent applications mostly related to American football innovations. Then, the two critique a hilarious adaptation of American Soccer that you have to see. There is some great participation from the live audience and we discuss the various ways that patents can pr…
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After much preparation and anticipation, half of Blubrry’s Podcast Movement attendees headed to Colorado from Michigan while the other half simply headed from their homes in Denver. It was refreshing to see the conference so well attended and the team was excited to talk to would-be podcasters, newbies and, of course, to catch up with veteran podca…
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J.D. and Matt talked with Owner/Founder of Lime Design, Rodrigo Lima in this episode. We talk about simple containers for gum, and how even a simple design like that can and should require some innovation and competitive analysis! ALSO, Rodrigo unloads his TOP 3 tips for innovators to know as they get started on the design journey - listen in to fi…
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Those annoying little podcast recording habits that can cost a podcaster their credibility. All three of us hosts on Podcast Insider are avid podcast listeners. There are things that annoy us – and I’m sure we are not alone. Here are a few things that really annoy us about podcasts we listen to. We’d love to hear what annoys you, too, or if you dis…
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The pros and cons of hosting a ‘live’ podcast Live podcasting offers several advantages . . . and disadvantages. On the side of pros, it enhances audience engagement by enabling real-time interaction through chat or comments, for a more dynamic listening experience and adding authenticity because its unscripted. Instant feedback from the audience a…
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Writing better show notes is easy if you follow these dos and don’ts Mike and MacKenzie discuss the various dos and don’ts that comprise useful podcast show notes. Show notes add a plethora of information into your episode and, most importantly, allow search engines to easily pick up your episode topics. We highly encourage all podcasters to write …
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J.D. and Matt interview Internet of Things (IoT) device compliance regulation expert, Seth Bafford. Seth shares his knowledge of the wireless, electronic communication regulatory world and breaks down a very complex mix of FCC requirements in a simple way. He also gives some practical advice (at the bequest of J.D.) to give an example, price ranges…
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Are you considering hired help for your podcast? In today’s episode we’ll be discussing eight factors to consider when hiring a paid podcast consultant for your podcast. Often times the podcast host is a jack of all trades for their show, which while admirable can be improved with hired help. If you’re looking to expand your podcast team, look no f…
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Best practices for employees podcasting for their company This week we’re exploring the ways that employees of any organization can podcast. Join MacKenzie and Mike as they discuss the best practices for employees that are podcasting for their company, cause, etc. If you’re thinking of starting a show in any professional capacity consider reading h…
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J.D. talks about a HUGE opportunity for all inventors (and wanna be inventors) to see if they've got what it takes to be a BOLD INVENTOR. Join him for a live 5-day "inventors wanted challenge" starting August 14th for 5 days, one hour each day. J.D. and Matt critique a Shark Tank Pitch from Calm Strips, which is an anti-anxiety sensory strip that c…
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