Podchaser is often referred to as “the IMDb of podcasting”. The company was founded in 2016 with the goal of creating the “ultimate, platform-agnostic podcast database.” On this episode of Podcraft, Colin is joined by founder Cole Raven to talk about the various ways podcasters can utilise Podchaser. The platform enables you to create your
What did 2019 sound like? Take a listen to the various mics we’ve reviewed throughout the year.
On this episode, I talk to David Bain, a long time and very prolific podcaster, the one I remember most being Digital Marketing Radio. David is also the author of Marketing Now (available very soon on Amazon!), which is a book which had it’s genesis in a podcast. David is in good company with this
In season 12 of our ‘how to podcast’ podcast, we take a look through some of our most popular articles!
In this episode I’m talking to Kennedy and Rob Temple from Responsesuite. Their speciality is using surveys to get your know your audience, and particularly to in using them to create great products or services that suit exactly what your listeners need. So, if you’ve been looking to grow your listeners, and start using your
Some might call this a “Pet Peeves” episode, but you can also think of them as “Growth Opportunities”. Are you doing some things that might be costing listeners to drop off and unsubscribe? Or is your show set up in the way that it’s really hard to even find listeners in the first place? Then
A bit of a bonus episode to bring down the curtain on our Podcast Equipment Series. You put a lot of work into creating your episodes, so let’s have a chat about where (and how) your end product is actually consumed. This episode starts with a discussion about why you should consider listening to less
There are a few good reasons why you might want to broadcast the recording of your episodes live – and maybe even film them too. Doing live episodes can help build and harness community, as your listeners can feel more directly involved with your content. And the content itself can benefit from that immediate feedback.
In this episode we’re looking at Audio editing and production software, commonly know as ‘Digital Audio Workstations’ in the audio production industry. We’ll look at the most common options out there to give you an idea of which one might suit you. A Digital Audio Workstation (or DAW, for short) is simply an audio editing
Cables, stands, jacks, plugs, pop filters – the less glamorous, but still utterly essential part of the podcasting equipment pantheon. It’s common for podcasters to spend three figure sums on both their mic, and their recording device, then link the two together with a cable they’ll spend $5 on. On this episode, we look to