Publishing Your Podcast
Let's talk about how to get your podcast out into the world! That includes getting podcast hosting, setting up your own website and then publishing your show to all of the main directories.
The Best Podcast Hosting Services: Where to Host your Podcast
The first service you need: a place to host your podcast on the web! But, which service to choose? Here we break down the best podcast hosting, including pros, cons and what might suit you. Top Picks FAQs The Rest Be Wary Where should I host my podcast? What’s the best podcast hosting site? These…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 Get your Podcast on iTunes / Apple Podcasts
This step-by-step guide to how to get your podcast on iTunes / Apple Podcasts includes a video walkthrough & full text instructions.
How to Get Your Podcast into Google Podcasts
Google Podcasts has replaced Google Play as the Android parallel to Apple Podcasts. Many Android users turn to Google Podcasts to listen, so you’ll want to be sure they can find your feed. So, how do you get your podcast into Google Podcasts? It’s easier than it seems–and you might already be there. Check first…
iTunes Podcast Categories | What Are They & Are They Important?
When you create your own podcast series, and submit it to be listed in iTunes (AKA Apple Podcasts), you need to pick at least 1 category for it to be listed under. You can pick up to 3 of these categories in total. This isn’t done via iTunes/Apple, but inside your media host. Here’s an…
How to Turn Live Broadcasts into Podcasts that Don’t Suck
Live broadcasts do not tend to repurpose well. In fact, more often than not, they make for really, really sucky evergreen content. When live video first became a ‘thing’, we saw a flurry of repurposed podcast episodes. Fair enough, the intention is honourable: live is great for engagement, for quick content creation, but it’s so…
Why You Should Be Using Transcriptions for Your Podcast | By Reportex
This post is sponsored by Reportex – a web and app based tool for both transcribing and editing recorded speech, made to simplify work and life for podcasters, journalists and others who work with audio recordings. Here, we asked Reportex why they feel you should be using transcriptions for your podcast. Here are their compelling reasons……
How to Get Your Podcast on Spotify
Spotify has become the second largest listening platform. If you’ve not made your show available there yet, find out how, here!
Repurpose Your Content With Transcriptions
If we look at Wikipedia, the definition of “transcription” is the systematic representation of language in written form. It sounds pretty archaic and it goes back to when the first written forms existed. Now, in modern times, transcriptions are mostly associated with transforming audio into text. Why Would you Want to Transcribe Audio? The most…
How to Use Creative Commons Images for Your Podcast
Even in an audio medium like Podcasting, you’ll still have a lot of use for images. Show notes, for example, really benefit from a nice image or two. Or you may need a great picture for your coverart, or episode art. But, how do you find these image, and for free? Flickr is one such…
Here's a tool that might help
This is the podcast hosting platform we use to host the majority of our shows. Buzzsprout have a great balance between design, simplicity and features. This is our affiliate link, but we recommend Buzzsprout because we love it, and we're sure you will too!Check out Buzzsprout