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
This season of Podcraft is all about the gear. We walk you through everything you’ll need to record your podcast, with options to suit every setup, format, and budget! Episode 1 – What Microphone Do I Need to Podcast? We cover the best microphones for podcasting, and how to choose the right one for you.
Paul Kemp is The App Guy, and he has over 500 episodes under his podcasting belt!
Colin chats with Thor Holt of the Write With Courage! podcast.
Adam Callow of ExpertTrades.com and the StartUp Diary Podcast joins Colin for a chat about running a Let me introduce you to Adam Callow of ExpertTrades.com and the man behind a podcast that I recently got hooked on – StartUp Diary Podcast. Adam and his team have been creating a narrative-style podcast sharing the story of
Knitting seems to be the default example anyone in the medium will give when making the point that you can podcast about anything. And this week’s guest Jo Milmine is doing exactly that with her show Shinybees. Not only is she podcasting about knitting though, she’s actually having a lot of success with it too,
Satchel Podcast Player co-founder Beau York joins Colin to talk podcast apps, discoverability, and local vs national podcasting. Also mentioned on the episode, the newest addition to our podcasting family – The Audio Drama Production Podcast.
Jon Butt runs a daily podcast called Marketing For Owners, which is an integral part of his business marketingforowners.com Mentioned in this episode Growing Your Podcast Audience series of blog posts Meet Egdar Tips & Tricks from Marketing For Owners
What do you do when you think you’ve nothing left to say on your topic? Also Mentioned Scottish Podcast Scholarship Transcription Matthew: A question coming in though the website from Brian. What if I’ve run out of topics to cover? What if Brian hadn’t got in touch and we’d run out of topics to cover?
Whether it’s a friend, your employer, or a prospective client, if you think someone has the potential to make a great podcast series, how do you approach the subject with them? Also Mentioned The Podcast Industry in 2016: Latest Market Research Scottish Podcast Scholarship Transcription Matthew: Big thanks to Ronnie for this episode’s question. How