- a comprehensive guide to creating and marketing a podcast
- a way to get over your podcasting fears
- a model podcast to inspire you
In The Definitive Guide to Setting Up and Marketing A Podcast to Help Grow Your Blog, Chris Ducker reveals the secret behind the success of his podcast The New Business Podcast. Ducker explains in easy to understand language how to record and post a podcast online, which recording devices and programs he uses, and how to maximize your two-month window in iTunes’ “New and Noteworthy” section.
Podcasting for Business—and Pleasure
Michael Stelzer interviews “Podcast Answer Man” Cliff Ravenscraft, who began podcasting in 2005 about the television show Lost.
Listen to the 37-minute podcast (or read the highlights) and learn the essentials of podcasting. Ravenscraft’s closing piece of advice will boost those nervous about starting a podcast: Start podcasting about a hobby, then podcast about your business when you feel confident.
Michael Hyatt: A Model Podcaster
Need some podcasting inspiration? Look no further than Michael Hyatt’s This is Your Life weekly podcast. The 75-podcast series has a 5-star rating on iTunes, with over 800 ratings. Check out Hyatt’s “My Top 10 Productivity Hacks” to hear a model podcast.
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If you listen to podcasts, which are your favorites? What do you like about them?
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