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Once you hit 5,000 downloads per episode, you can start to earn more serious money. You can continue using the monetization strategies you started with and add these additional income streams to the mix.
Most podcast hosts feature a midroll ad that runs halfway through the episode with a promo code. Listeners can use this code to get a discount on the product you promote, and your sponsor can use it to track how well your ad performs.
The best monetization method for your podcast depends on its size. Affiliate marketing is a great way to start if you're a beginner with at least 1,000 downloads per episode. If you get 5,000-10,000 downloads per episode, you can sell an online course, or offer services like coaching and speaking.
According to Advertisecast, the average rate for a 30-second podcast ad is $18 per 1,000 listens. That rate adds up to big money for chart-topping podcasts like The Joe Rogan Experience. An independent podcaster with 5,000 downloads per episode would earn roughly $90 every episode.
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In this episode, Ben chats with Landria Seals Green, a Speech-Language Pathologist, and Board Certified Behaviour Analyst. They cover topics including collaboration with other professionals, the anti-ABA movement, peer-mediated learning, mentorship, and more!
With the debut of watchOS 6, the Podcasts app has some new tricks up its sleeve. Through your watch, you can listen to custom stations that you create on your phone and stream specific episodes of podcasts to your watch, so you're not limited to only the most recent episodes or only episodes you've downloaded to your watch.
Tap a specific podcast to listen to the next episode. At the player screen, you can pause the episode, skip ahead 30 seconds, or go back 15 seconds. You can increase the speed of the episode 1.5 or 2 times or slow it down by half. You can also adjust the volume by turning the Digital Crown on the side.
Here, you can see a list of all your subscribed podcasts. Tap a specific one to view its episodes and then tap a specific episode to play it. From the library, tap Episodes to see all the episodes for all your subscribed podcasts.
Tap the entry for On iPhone. Tap the entry for Now Playing to continue listening to the last episode you accessed on your phone. Tap Listen Now to listen to episodes from other podcasts. Tap Shows to see all your subscribed podcasts. Tap Episodes to view individual episodes from all your subscribed podcasts.
Using the Podcasts app on your iPhone, you can also create a customized station to incorporate specific podcasts and episodes. With watchOS 6, you can access that station and listen to its episodes directly on your watch.
The Listen Now option adds one episode at a time for the top ten shows that you listen to. The Custom option adds three episodes for every show you select and as many unplayed episodes as possible for your custom stations. The Custom option gives you more control and flexibility over the podcasts and episodes that you sync.
Podcasts are downloaded when your Apple Watch is connected to a charger and is near your iPhone. So the best time to sync podcasts may be at night when your watch is most likely in its charger and next to your phone.
An extended version of the pilot premiered exclusively on DVD and digital download on April 21, 2009. The first season debuted on January 22, 2010, on Syfy in the U.S., Space in Canada, and Sky1 in the UK, running nine episodes, including the two-hour pilot, before going on a mid-season hiatus. The second half of the first season (Season 1.5) began airing on October 5, 2010, on Syfy and Space.
On October 27, 2010, Syfy canceled the show, citing low ratings, and pulled the remaining five episodes of the series from its broadcast schedule. The series continued to air as scheduled on Space, finishing with the series finale on November 30, 2010. The remaining episodes were released on DVD in the U.S. on December 21, 2010 and aired on Syfy in a burn off marathon on January 4, 2011.
While the Sci-Fi Channel management was enthusiastic about the idea, they had been engaged in a struggle with Moore about Battlestar Galactica's long storylines, which the network felt kept new viewers from joining. Although Moore's subsequent retooling garnered negative criticism from fans and press alike, and the Sci-Fi Channel eventually admitted that standalone episodes did not work for the show, the network balked at the prospect of another series with a story-arc-heavy format and Caprica got stuck in "development hell".
Eric Stoltz received the script while filming a movie, and he left it in his hotel room for several days without reading it. When it was stolen by a maid who had been paid off by a Battlestar fan, he realized how passionate the fandom was, and knew he had to read it. Paula Malcomson originally tested for the role of Sister Clarice Willow; however, Jeffrey Reiner felt she would make a great Amanda Graystone. On April 28, 2009, Sasha Roiz's role was expanded to full series regular. Brian Markinson was also upgraded from guest star to series regular after the pilot episode.
The show was shot in and around Vancouver, British Columbia. In the pilot, exterior shots feature many regional landmarks, often augmented using CG imagery. Many of the external scenes were filmed in the Yaletown area of the city, including one distinctive shot of the old railway turntable next to the Roundhouse at Davie and Pacific. The city's library is also featured in one shot (when Daniel and Joseph meet for the first time), just as it was in scenes set in Caprica City in various episodes of Battlestar Galactica.
Rob Owen of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette gave the pilot four out of four stars, stating, "Caprica gives a more forceful, potential-filled first impression than the Battlestar Galactica pilot/miniseries." The Star-Ledger's Alan Sepinwall found the story intriguing, and Stoltz's and Morales's performances excellent, while director Jeffrey Reiner "creates an absolutely gorgeous looking pilot episode."
Joanna Weiss of The Boston Globe wrote that "if this episode is any indication, Caprica will be sinister [and] compelling" and "while the technology is inventive, human emotion still drives the plot." Mark A. Perigard of Boston Herald gave it a B+, stating that the pilot felt more like an intellectual puzzle and lacked the life-or-death intensity of Battlestar Galactica. Lewis Wallace of Wired News rated the pilot an 8/10, saying that Caprica has inherited from Battlestar "the lean writing, the strong acting, the exceptional soundtrack by Bear McCreary", and that "the characters are richly drawn and ripe for further exploration."
The series earned generally modest ratings, peaking with 1.6 million viewers for the mid-season finale. Season 1.5 debuted with lower ratings, drawing fewer than 900,000 viewers for each episode. Citing these low ratings, Syfy canceled the program on October 27, 2010, and removed the remaining five episodes of the series from its broadcast schedule. The remaining five episodes aired as previously scheduled on Space in Canada, but were not broadcast in the United States until January 4, 2011.
On April 21, 2009, an uncut and unrated extended version of the pilot was released as a download from online digital media stores and as a complete DVD with commentary, deleted scenes, and video blogs.