A bullet journal can help your podcast; let’s look at some different systems to see how.
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Need to know what’s happening in the podcast world? Get the scoop on sources for the industry’s inside info.
Unsure if you have the funds to run your own podcast? Let us break it all down for you.
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Figuring out exactly WHO you’re speaking to is one of the most important tasks in podcasting. If you don’t know the listener on the other end of those earbuds, then it’s likely your content will languish in a land of ‘meh…’, forever. Simply put: Un-targetted, un-personal content, made for everyone = un-ispiring, un-engaging content for
If you have multiple podcasts, or you’re friends with other podcasters, you might see the benefit of starting a podcast network. It can be a way to cut down on some costs, do some interesting marketing, and sound more official. But starting a network isn’t quite as easy or beneficial as it may seem. Using