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We've reached the final step of launching a podcast: Sharing. And that means, first, submitting your podcast to Apple Podcast and other podcast directories.
Podcast hosting is more important than just the price per month you pay. This is about doing something simple now to save yourself a nightmare later.
We have arrived at Podcast Audio File Format part of the process. And you're in the homestretch. (So don't blow it here.) We'll show you how to do it right.
Podcast editing is the secret-magic-sauce for putting out a captivating show. If you want to start a podcast people will rave about and share with their friends, half the battle happens in the edit.
If you can't accurately gauge your podcast sound quality, you're deaf to the product you are putting out. We discuss getting the best out of your show.
The Input and Record steps of making a podcast tend to bleed together when most people speak about when discussing how they record a podcast. However, they are independent stages; the two just happen to be in close proximity in a chain of events. Considering them as separate steps allows you to think through exactly [...]
How to make a podcast can be broken down into seven steps: Input, Record, Listen, Edit, Export and Finalize, Host, and Share. This may seem simple and self-evident, on the surface. But by going through the steps one at a time, understanding each step's importance, and evaluating what's best for the listener, we can produce a show they will love.
We set out to test whether or not YouTube is an effective growth tool for a Podcast. The results were both mixed and surprising.
Leverage a classic marketing strategy to grow your podcast audience: Build an awesome podcast landing page. Here's how...