Planning & Techniques for Podcasting
Struggling to figure out what kind of podcast you'd like to make, what format to use or how to plan it for success and consistency? We can help, right here!
OUR 'FIRST STOP' ARTICLES ON PLANNING & METHODS
Finding Content Ideas & Getting the Most From Every One | Content Stacking #2
Here, we’ll cover how to figure out what to write, and how to get the most from the topic! That means finding the questions people are searching for, and then creating an answer in the best possible way. This is Chapter 2 of our Content Stacking series. Find the introduction here. A big concept behind Content Stacking…Read
Podcasting in Seasons: Revitalise Your Content & Help Your Listeners
Last year I had the privilege to speak in front of a great crowd at New Media Europe about podcasting in seasons. The reception I received on the topic was amazing and, even now, I’m tagged regularly on social media by people who are putting it into action. I talked about how the format works, and how it…Read
How to Start a Podcast: Every Single Step for 2020
This guide holds your hand through every single step around How to Start a Podcast. Including planning for success, top quality equipment, recording, editing, publishing and growth. Let’s begin! Planning Naming Episodes Format Recording Producing Publishing Next… So you want to know how to start a podcast? Great stuff! Our ‘Why’, here at The Podcast…Read
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The Launch Series: from Zero to Live in Simple Steps
Our 3-part Launch series is designed to hold your hand through the entire podcast launch process, from planning your show to making it live on the web. For a step-by-step, in-detail, no-jargon guide to getting your show out into the world, start here!Check out the Launch Series
How To Test Your Audience
As a podcaster, it’s important that you understand what your audience like about your show. What makes them subscribe and stay loyal to you? Once you’ve built your community of listeners, it’s time to test your audience. Test Your Audience Testing is an important tool for keeping that audience and also growing it. You may…
The Podcast Interview Booking Tool You Need: Book Like a Boss Review
In this article I want to show you how to use a booking and calendar tool to make podcast interviews far easier and quicker to manage. This is one part of the podcast software puzzle that a lot of people miss, in their rush for recording apps and editing tools. But, if you want to…
Should I Start Multiple Podcasts?
Most aspiring podcasters don’t just come up with one single idea for a podcast series. It’s a creative medium after all. Audio has limitless possibilities, and here’s also no gatekeepers to tell you what you can and can’t put out there. So, instead of just running one podcast, why not two or three? Many podcasters…
Should I Batch My Podcast Episodes?
In recent years “batching” has become a household term in the podcasting realm. Batching is a productivity method. The concept is basically that it’s more efficient to create multiple episodes in one session than it is to create individual episodes in multiple sessions. It’s hard to argue with that. If you’re setting up and preparing…
Project Management for Startups, Founders & Creators
I was recently asked along to the Youpreneur Summit to talk about achieving your goals. To me, that means getting things done. Making progress. Being productive. It feels a bit weird to me, because there are plenty of days when I don’t feel very productive. I’m definitely no stranger to the resistance. This article is…
From The Studio to The Stage: Taking Your Live Podcast to The Next Level
By Jay Connor On Oscar night, “Moonlight” wasn’t the only big winner. As I bore witness to the cast of “La La Land” fumbling through their ill-fated acceptance speeches for “Best Picture”, from behind my laptop I noticed a pop-up notification for a new email. To my surprise, it was an invitation from South by…
Your First 8 Episodes | 8 Tips To Avoid “Podfading”
It’s commonly said that if a new podcast series reaches 7 episodes, this is the magic number where the show is more likely to keep going. Podcasts that stop releasing new episodes are referred to as having “podfaded”. Podfading is a common occurrence. While the reasons for someone giving up on their podcast can be…
What’s The Best Day And Time To Publish My Podcast?
Wondering what day and time to publish your podcast? Sarah Rhea Werner’s research helps you decide when to release new episodes.
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Alitu: The Podcast Maker
Alitu is a web app that makes podcasting easy. You upload your raw audio, then Alitu polishes it up, adds your music, helps you edit and publishes the final episode.Check out Alitu