With all of the options out there for podcasters to choose from on what can be helpful to their show, and their audience, it can be a little overwhelming to figure out which services podcasters need and don't need. There are some out there worth their salt that are important everyday for podcasting, while others can easily be left behind. For instance, Spotify is currently not considered one of the necessary or crucial services to have for your podcast at the moment. Neither is a search engine devoted to picking apart show notes. Being accepted to Spotify will not suddenly give you the huge audience that you've been hoping for, and Listen Notes may be helpful to some, but not a service that your podcast won't work without. Net Neutrality on the other hand, that's a concept that is incredibly important to the podcasting world. Hear their opinions and see how you can get involved in the fight for Net Neutrality. Quick update on Blubrry, we've begun a campaign called #BuildYourBlubrry, and we can't wait for some of you to win some prizes. All month long we'll be giving away podcasting prizes and goodies - so check out our Twitter and Facebook pages. Hope to see some of you at PodCon this weekend, look out for Todd and MacKenzie at the Blubrry booth. Show Notes #BuildYourBlubrry: Win prizes from our social media. Twitter and Facebook PodCon: A conference for podcast who love podcasts. Spotify: Submit your podcast here. Doesn't have to be associated to a hosting company. Net Neutrality: Call FCC Chairman, Ajit Pai (202) 418-1000.