The A&P Professor


Explore human anatomy and physiology (A&P) teaching and learning with host Kevin Patton. An experienced professor, textbook author, and mentor, Kevin is a recognized leader in A&P teaching. The A&P Professor builds on the practical approach taken in Kevin’s popular blogs, newsletters, and websites. Want some ideas to supercharge your A&P course? How about some support from a fellow A&P professor? This is the podcast for you!

What We Liked

  • Nice intro – I know where we are going, and you’re right into the content
  • Did a great job of talking to one person – no “Group Speak”
  • Lots of great tips for fellow teachers
  • Nice job referring back to episode 50
  • Nice transitions and the ads were short, relevant, and to the point.
  • Solid bio on the site

Things That Need Polished

  • Gave good qualifications at the end. Move it up to the front of the show.
  • It’s against Amazon’s policy to say shopping through your link will help you (go figure…)
  • A few too many calls to action at the end.
  • The website lacked an overall style. The two players may cause confusion.
  • We would like to hear who the show is for at the beginning.

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The Ankylosing Spondylitis Podcast


A podcast for people with Ankylosing Spondylitis. I am Jayson Sacco, a 34 year plus Ankylosing Spondylitis survivor. With this show, I want to bring the AS community together and talk with doctors, organizations, and individuals all dealing with AS.

What Jason Was Doing Well

  • The intro was short and to the point and you get right to the point.
  • “I’m a 35-year plus survivor” Great example of authority
  • “I want to bring experts together” Solid premise for the show.
  • Great job of reading the email.
  • Great tips to help listeners understand what they are fighting.

Things That Need Tweaked

  • You might want to put in a disclaimer.
  • Need a menu. The about is at the bottom
  • A lot of hidden menus
  • Maybe a smidge more show notes? 
  • Missing About, Contact, Subscribe menu items
  • “If you have questions, reach out.” How?

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Why Influence

Description: On the WHY INFLUENCE podcast, you’ll hear me interview influencers about their ‘Why’. During each episode, our guests share their journey of how they gained their influence, why they chose to influence, why they choose to continue influencing, what it’s like to be an influencer, and valuable tips/tricks anyone can use to gain more influence.

What We Liked

The intro was nice and short, and brought us into the show.
I loved the recap.
You did a great job of asking the questions and getting out of the way.
The website has great branding and easy to navigate.
When did you realize you were an influencer – great question
Great social proof with photos of JLD & Pat Flynn

What Needs Polished

Give people a reason to sign up for your newsletter
Some of your questions were good questions but can be polished.
Focus your call to action
Avoid group speak
Have music at the end be under your voice instead of on its own.

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World Music Foundation Podcast


A podcast that explores the beauty and connectedness of musical cultures from every part of the globe. We bring you interviews with world-renowned musicians from every part of the globe, as well as our own explorations of musical styles, instruments, and artists. If you believe, like us, that open ears = open minds, then come with us into broader horizons!

What We Liked About the Episode

  • Great storytelling. Feels like you are telling rather than reading. The format of storytelling mixed with interviews makes for a great pace.
  • Great teasing of future episodes.
  • Great mentions of the website without being a giant plugging machine
  • Loved the passion, especially the “Aw C’ mon!”
  • Website makes it easy to subscribe

What Might Need Some Work

  • The introduction needs a little more information to explain what the SHOW is about (and maybe just a tab more about what was going to happen in the interview)
  • The volume levels of some of the clips were low, and others were very high. While this didn’t require the audience to grab the volume knob (Except for the very first bit of music) you want to keep an eye on it.
  • As the goal is to get more people to support the foundation, add a button for the foundation on the website.

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Beer With an Engineer


Being an engineer is challenging, but can be such a rewarding career. Every Friday, Mel & Dom will be sharing a beer with an engineer who will tell you all about their career and provide thoughts and advice for future engineers. If you are concerned or interested about the current and future life as an engineer, then this Podcast is for you.

What We Liked:

Overall it’s a good conversation. The open is nice & clear “On a mission to shine a light and share a beer with our incredible heroes that are today’s engineers.”

The beer sound effects are a nice touch without being too cheesy.

Some really good questions. What was the highlight of your career?”

I love the quotes in the show notes.

Nice touch with a video on the “about” page.

The website looked good on the phone.

Nice “be our guest” page on website.

Suggestions For Improvement:

Possible add a little more “ I’d like to hear what’s in it for me.” into your introduction

The guest had a great background and we would’ve loved to hear more stories.

Maybe use “Why did you get into engineering” as a first question instead of “tell us about yourself.”

Some of the custom fonts might be a little hard to read.

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Unstructured Podcast

Today we take a look at the Unstructured Podcast. In Apple, his description is, “Unstructured: Informal, dynamic conversations with amazing people.” You can find it at

Our Thoughts

What this podcast was really missing was a better intro. “This is Unstructured.” It didn’t even give me the tagline “Dynamic Informal Conversations” or the host name. You had the curse of knowledge where you knew the guest and jumped write in, but never clued the audience in to who we were talking to.

The introduction of the guest was, ““I read her first book a couple of years ago. I read her most recent book last year. This is Sharyl Attkisson.” There are other things the guest had on their resume that would’ve been very beneficial to the interview. She was a correspondent for CBS News from 1993-2014. Before joining CBS, Attkisson was an anchor and correspondent for CNN (1990-1993). From 1996-2001, in addition to her CBS News duties, Attkisson hosted a half-hour weekly medical news magazine on PBS entitled “HealthWeek. This would have made a better intro.

For example, you stated, “you have an amazing past and a really wonderful history. It’s kind of a weird situation because I find you completely brave but at the same time I find it troubling that you’re having journalistic integrity as bravery.”

I like the bold question. But we had no idea what you are talking about. If we had a better setup we might have. For Dave, he was preoccupied trying to figure out who this person was to the point that he was having a hard time listening to her answers.

There was a really nice discussion on free speech in the middle of the interview. The questions were deep. It was clear he did his research. At the end, we talk about her lawsuit against the government and her podcast. Those sound like great topics. I wish we would have touched on those during the shows.

The ending of the show was invisible. With no setup, you played two promos for other podcasts. With a better setup this might make more sense, but you also might consider coming up with a call to action to have people tell a friend and subscribe. If you want your audience to engage with you, you need to ask them to engage.

The Website

The website had a very clean look with a great contact page and social proof. Dave was curious why there was no “About” page. Also move the saerch box up (don’t make people search for the search box) and move the RSS buttons down.

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Description: You can get horror reviews anywhere but 2GuysTalking Horror gives you detailed, fan fact-filled reviews, along with the most important element that makes us love horror – WHY. Educate yourself with the dialog from host Nicholas J. Hearne and a growing number of guests hosts that help you understand all that is the horror genre in entertainment.

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What They Are Doing Great

  • Nice “table of contents” letting us know what was coming
  • Lots of great trivia
  • Great graphics for each episode
  • Great passion that comes through the show
  • Great descriptions of the actors
  • Great show notes
  • Great Production
  • Not afraid to share your honest opinion

What Might Be Done Better

  • Dave thinks the housekeeping needs moved to the end of the show (or at least not at the beginning (nobody cares about how the sausage was made)
  • Three minutes of commercials seems a bit much (break them up throughout the show)
  • The easter egg at the end was “meh” and the amount of silence was too long.
  • The subscribe buttons are lost in a sea of text on your show notes
  • Is it worth cussing in your show?
  • Use your names more often so we can keep track of who is who

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What Cops Watch

The Stuff We Liked

  • Great inside look at being a cop
  • Great stories – would have loved even more
  • Great introductions
  • Good quick transitions
  • Great music
  • Erik liked the “game” of guessing how much the movie made (once)
  • I didn’t even look at my phone until we were two hours in

The Items that Need to be Polished

  • While you explained that some of the cops were authors, Dave thought the inclusion of content that leaned toward “Film school” was the weakest content. If you cut ut out the show would be amazing
  • Use their names more often so we can keep track. The one person had a very identifiable accent, but the others didn’t
  • Be aware you are exporting at a very high bit rate that is slower to download, takes up more room on your audience’s devices and doesn’t really deliver much better quality than 128 kbps.
  • As the movie was old, Erik would’ve been a bit more description of what was happening in the scene.

The Website

  • is a wall of text, no play buttons or subscribe buttons when you go to
  • The site has improved since the last review
  • You do a good job of including every single thing in the show notes.
  • The black background can cause eye-strain after a while

Check out What Cops Watch

Here is their description in Apple Podcasts: “Hollywood continues to tell tales on the Silver and smaller HD screens. What do they get “right” and – what could they use a panel of experts on when it comes to process and law enforcement? Go Behind the Badge and get educated with the real-life law-enforcement industry hosts, guests and entertainment experts of WhatCopsWatch.Com to understand more about what you see in Hollywood.”

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Curious Goods

Today we look at Curious Goods a show that takes a deep dive in the Friday the 13th television series and looks at the storytelling aspects and other areas that made this a great show. Audio Player at the bottom of the page

The Stuff We Liked

  • We enjoyed the sarcasm and entertainment as you did the re-enactment of the episode
  • The ads were well done and to the point
  • The show is a very unique mix of story writing clinic and very old television series
  • Nice production
  • The female voiceover at the start of the show
  • Nice job of mentioning other shows and cross-promotion without being too spammy.
  • Good call to action “What was your curious good from this episode?”
  • Stopping the music let the audience know we’ve moved to a new section

The Items that Need to be Polished

  • Dave found the intro confusing. Erik would’ve liked a bit of a table of contents.
  • Explain what a curious good is sooner (you did a great job at the 35-minute mark)
  • Try to talk to one person and avoid group speak
  • Dave felt the background music got too loud at times
  • Identify yourselves sooner (but no need to say “I’m your host)
  • Add some credentials – why am I listening to you?
  • You guys agree on everything. Maybe find some different points of view.
  • The commercials break was very long. Possibly break these up into smaller chunks
  • Didn’t get to the content until 7 minutes in and Dave thought this was too long
  • The easter egg at the end didn’t deliver much value and the space between the end of the show and the easter egg is VERY long.

The Website

  • The site is cluttered and hard to navigate
  • Needs a style guide
  • iTunes link goes to the wrong show (and your subscribe buttons are lost in the clutter)
  • The Curious Goods show is missing on your show page.
  • The tag cloud ads no value to the visitor. See if you can move it down the page.
  • There is a lot of material for your business. There is more than enough advertising on each page.
  • Convocation is a very fancy word.
  • The logos have a nice theme that is followed in each logo.

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Wake Up Eager Workforce

Wake Up Eager Workforce Description:

Helping senior leaders build and sustain an energetic, committed and drama-free workforce, including tools and resources for hiring and promoting the right people. Information to reduce turnover and improve productivity. You’ll learn everything you need to know about building a high performing and successful Wake Up Eager Workforce: Insightful insider tips and best practices;
Revealing employee selection and development expert resources; Helpful guidance and action steps for building energy, commitment and communication in organizations; Ongoing motivation, encouragement and support for all of your hiring and development efforts.


What we liked about the podcast

You have a great website, with phenomenal show notes.

There was often good content, but it needed to be shortened

It’s nice that your transcript is separate from your show notes

What Could Be Improved

There was an issues with “popping P’s” that can be fixed with better microphone placement

Your little wrap-up up points were not little. These could be improved by shortening them. These are summaries (bullet points)

The “fun” questions were entertaining, but putting them at the very beginning may not be a good first impression

Be listening for places where a guest can tell stories

The recap led into a show close that felt like it lasted forever. 

You have too many calls to action

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