The “TLDR” of Podcasting Courses
This is designed to teach you the minimum practical steps needed to publish a podcast. If you want to get your show out as quick as possible, start here.
Plug your mic in and you’re ready to create your first episode
The tools you’ll need to make that first episode, and how to use them
Create your podcast and submit it to iTunes
Quick Start Podcasting is really the bare bones approach to launching your first ever show.
The course is designed to teach you the minimum practical steps needed to publish a podcast. This is really all about the mechanics of launching, as opposed to the planning and strategy side of things.
Whilst the content of your podcast is incredibly important (in fact, it’s THE most important part of any podcast), we find that it isn’t the area most aspiring creators get stuck on.
As we have comprehensive launch strategy and planning courses here in the Academy, we thought we’d create a separate crash course that focuses purely on how to throw something together and get it out there.
In Quick Start Podcasting you’ll watch us plug in the mic, record some audio, publish it as a podcast, and submit it to iTunes. You’ll see that these are really simple steps, and nothing at all to be intimidated about.
And once you’re confident that none of this is a barrier to entry, you can focus all your time and energy on the stuff that really matters – the strategy, the audience, and the content!
– Setting Up Your Equipment
– Installing Your Recording & Editing Software
– Installing Your MP3 Maker
– Recording, Editing, & Saving Your Episode
– Creating Your Podcast Hosting Account
– Publishing Your First Episode
Video: Purpose of This Course (0:55)
Video: Setting Up Your Equipment (1:27)
Video: Installing Your Recording & Editing Software (1:15)
Video: Installing Your MP3 Maker (1:14)
Making Your Podcast
Video: Recording, Editing, & Saving Your Episode (3:04)
Video: Creating Your Podcast Hosting Account (2:21)
Video: Publishing Your First Episode (0:45)
Getting into iTunes
Video: Submitting Your Show to iTunes/Apple Podcasts (1:27)
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