Friends of the Server Minecraft Podcast

Welcome, my friends, to the brand new Friends of the Server Minecraft Podcast for Server Owners! As you continue your journey to create the best Minecraft Server you can imagine, this Podcast is here to help you along the way.

Tune in each week to hear Tips and Tricks for Minecraft Server Owners and Admins straight from the professionals as I interview a different guest to get their unique perspective on how to run a successful Minecraft Server. From YouTubers giving thoughts on how to advertise your Minecraft Server, to full-time plugin developers who have worked for well known server networks, and beyond, I’ll be asking the hard questions that you have always wanted to ask these folks so that you can get the answers you need to succeed.

Whether you’re a brand new Server Owner looking for the best ideas on how to get started, or a Veteran of the game who wants to see what others are up to, this Podcast was created to help YOU become a better Minecrafter.

 

How To Listen:

Previous Guests:

Here are a few of our previous guests whom I’ve had the pleasure of interviewing. There’s a new episode released each week, though, so click one of the links above to see what other creators have been invited to the Interview Island!

Would You Like To Be Interviewed?

If you think that you or someone you know would be a perfect fit as a guest on this Minecraft Server Owner Podcast, you should get in touch! I am always looking for more talented people to bring onto the show and share their creations, experiences, and advice with other listeners.

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Want to Support the Show?

This Podcast is possible because of the great support I receive from all of you! When you become a Patron, I’ll give you a shout out during the Podcast, add your name to the list below, release content to you before anyone else, and give you plenty of other perks all listed on my Patreon page.

Check it out by clicking the Patreon logo below, and thank you so much!

Current Patrons:

Thank you all so very much for your support!

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Leah J.