If you’ve put a whole lot of work into creating a podcast, how do you get people listening? Submitting to the distribution platforms is, of course, important and the more platforms you’re on, the more potential listeners you can find! Here are 6 options. 6 Places to List Your Podcast iTunes iTunes/Apple Podcasts is the […]
Build accountability into your podcast launch to keep you motivated and on track. Here are four ways we did this for The Razor Sharp Show. 1) Set a launch date right from the start. Put the date on your calendar and tell five people about it right now. Email, text, DM, call, post… whatever you have to […]
Now that you have your microphone, it is time to test your recording set up and improve the audio quality. First, make sure you have plugged in your microphone and have installed Skype, ECamm Call Recorder (Mac only – try Pamela for PC), Audacity and LAME MP3 Encoder (which will let us export the episode as a compressed MP3 file from […]
An introduction to the sixth P of Podcasting – PROMOTE.
Topics include equipment, editing an episode, improving audio quality, pre-show preparation and tips for an engaging interview.
Planning plays a significant role when launching a podcast. Hear JLD’s insight having launched a successful podcast…
The first time I use the noise reduction featured in audacity I was amazed how great it made me sound! It can really make you sound pro. When recording you sometimes don’t know that there is a slight hiss in the background and noise reduction feature in audacity will help remove that.
A way to capture your podcast is to use Skype with Ecamm Call Recorder. This video will show you how to export that sound so you can use it in audacity.
Sometimes when you capture your audio it is too soft but don’t worry there is ways that you can fix that in Audacity using the amplifier feature.
An intro to the third P of podcasting.
An intro to the second P of podcasting.
An intro to the first P of podcasting.