A recap of some of the best solutions available for doing a remote recording of podcast guests, including Skype, Zencastr, and Ringr (discount code/affiliate link). Also, some best practices to make sure your guest sounds great no matter what solution you choose. _ Skype Recorders Mentioned_ Amolto (PC) iFreeSkypeRecorder (PC) eCamm (Mac) Audio Hijack (Mac) Piezo (Mac, Not mentioned)
If you are looking to make a change to your RSS Feed, make sure you do it the right way using a redirect and an update of your feed so that all users, new and old, can find your podcast in the right place.
With it being a holiday weekend, I got to thinking about what podcasters do and should do about publishing content when most of the world might be off. We posed the question in our podtopod Slack group and got some really great feedback and insight from the community. Wanted to share some of their experience as well as I what I have found from clients and my previous life in radio. If you are seeing this on the day it comes, Happy Holidays to you! If you are looking at this at a later...
People get excited at the idea of launching a podcast. They think it's super easy and they'll be crazy successful at it. However, it's a lot harder than you believe. And too often people waste hundreds of dollars, even more, on podcasting equipment that could wind up being a huge waste. Instead consider this free podcasting exercise first to determine if podcasting is right for you. Then, if you decide it is, great, we have a post with two equipment solutions that will work for three...
After reading an article about the potential value of live podcasting events, I thought this would be a great opportunity to share with you, my experience producing these and the incredible and very positive reaction they create for your podcast. Learn more at Podcastbulletin.com Follow me at @mathewpassy
Two new stories highlighted new ways that people can share audio, which sounds great, but these are also typically mediums that are subject to a lot of spam. I hope that podcasters don't use this medium and become said spammers. Be kind, be respectful and don't force your podcast on unwilling listeners. No means no.
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