How to Get More People to Share Your Next Podcast Episode

It feels good to pass on valuable advice, to change someone’s mind, or to spread an emotion, whether it’s unfettered joy or spine-tingling terror. We don’t share things because we like them – we share them because of what they say about us.

So for those of us on a mission to make helpful podcasts, how can we speed up the spread?

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