Check out the full book - Podcast Growth: How to Grow Your Podcast Audience Audiograms combine images, text, and audio to create a social media post. they are as memorable and attention-grabbing as video, without being as time-consuming or data-heavy. WNYC created an open-source code to accomplish t
If you're can't come up with a subject you want to podcast about, then maybe this is not the best time to start a podcast. Sponsor: PodcastBranding.co If you need artwork, logos, website, or anything you want to look professional, then go talk to Mark at podcastbranding.co and he will make your bran
How many people have you heard say they want to write a book? It’s a topic that seems to get plenty of talk with little follow-through, but it’s one that deserves some serious consideration—especially for podcasters. Today’s guest, James Ranson, is here to explain why. A Wall Street Journal bestsel
We are back from a quick hiatus and having a great time. There were some interesting articles on the number of podcasts in Anchor that only have one episode. SPONSOR: PodcastBranding.co If you need artwork, a website, or a Podcast Branding Audit, then go see Mark at www.podcastbranding.co TOPICS: 0
In this module, we'll provide guidance on which podcasting equipment is right for you, as well as a tour of the EOFire studio! This podcast will be helpful, but you'll want to head over to FreePodcastCourse.com because that's where the video tutorials of this course are, and they're all completely f
In this module, we'll guide you through the process of finding your perfect listener. Once you know who your perfect listener is, everything else falls into place. This podcast will be helpful, but you'll want to head over to FreePodcastCourse.com because that's where the video tutorials of this cou
Ep143: The Podcast Hosting Show In today’s episode, you will learn what a podcast media host is, what to look for when choosing one and how much do they cost Episode Summary: What is a podcast media host? How Does Podcast Media Hosting Work? What should you look for when choosing a media host? What
Todd Cochrane Founder of Blubrry Podcasting and Rob Greenlee of Libsyn dig in on the expansion that is happening in podcasting and all of the continued announcements and overall investment in the podcasting space. Donate to the show and Support this podcast. Send a Sticker Get a Sticker: Send us yo
Todd Cochrane Founder of Blubrry Podcasting and Rob Greenlee of Libsyn discuss listener privacy and ask the question will listener privacy be lost or will it be regained by upcoming changes to state laws surrounding privacy. We also have a few clubhouse attendees ask questions and give opinions. Sor
Todd Cochrane Founder of Blubrry Podcasting and Rob Greenlee of Libsyn discuss changes coming to podcasting in 2021 and how the landscape is morphing with all the new services that are coming on the scenes. Donate to the show and Support this podcast. Send a Sticker Get a Sticker: Send us your show
Episode 158 is here and it's our first foray into the very newsy world of podcasting! My cost host Agent Palmer (@agentpalmer) and I (@poddigest) go deep on some of the recent news! Links are below for all of the topics and references! For back issues and more fun stuff, hope on over the website!
Today I want to go back to the REAL basics of how podcasting works. So, without going into a history lesson, podcasting has worked the same way since it started 16 years ago. (some say longer). So. Back to the basics: Podcasting is just Blogging with Audio. To create a podcast post, you cr
06:00 – Harry welcomes Bryan Barletta to the show to discuss his background and entrepreneurial origin story 12:43 – Bryan shares his thoughts on how COVID-19 may impact the mental, physical and emotional development of children 18:56 – Bryan provides his thoughts on privacy and projects such as Pod
Dan answers listener questions and talks about recording great interviews, making the switch from hulking desktop mixers with faders to digital mixers, the importance of monitoring your own voice, and more. Links for this episode:Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: Edward Snowden on Passwords - You
Katie and Chris Krimitsos are a true podcasting power couple. As the event organizers of Podfest, Chris and Katie connect podcasters and have helped launch dozens of successful shows. Chris produces the highly original and creative, Story Jam Theatre. Katie is very well-known and respected in the fe
A story about an influencer named Martin Luther King Jr. and how his message of a dream needed better audio. And, part 6 of 8, of our series on the Podcast Partnership Mindset Scorecard. Grab your Scorecard at http://HeadsUpTuesday.com.
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Is your podcast production eating your entire week? Do you feel like you finish publishing one episode only to start recording the next? On this episode, I want to help you streamline your process. There are five steps to producing a show each week. Those are plan, record, edit, publish and promote.
We’re talking Spotify of course, along with Gimlet and Anchor. Kyle and Chris have their lukewarm takes along with other Thursday thoughts on podcasting. This episode of Show Me Your Mic is sponsored by: Our Goodstuff Patreon Subscribers and listeners just like you! Support
Whoa.We're back!Jerod Morris and Jonny Nastor and reunite to talk podcasting ... for the first time in almost 18 months! We are actually killing two birds with one stone: a Lunch & Learn for folks in the Unemployable Initiative (a community that Jerod runs) and a new episode for this long-dormant Sh