(By Dave Jackson) I know you might think, “I don’t know a thing about audio editing.” I’m here to say you’ve been editing all your life. Here are some benefits of editing your own podcast.
(By Traci Long DeForge) People often ask me, “Why should I spend time repurposing my podcast content?” My answer is simple. You’re already working hard to produce and distribute content you’ve created so repurpose it to get the most out of your creative efforts.
(By Dave Jackson) People ask if they should launch a crowdfunding campaign with their podcast, and while there are no "rules” in podcasting, I feel that's putting the cart before the horse.
(By Traci Long DeForge) You’ve got podcasting questions, and Traci Long DeForge is here to answer them. Will local only work? How to rebrand your show? How to get sponsors. Traci has the answers.
In this weeks installment of 3 Questions For Traci, PBJ Editorial Board Member and Produce Your Podcast founder Traci Long DeForge addresses the biggest question we hear from podcasters all over the globe...How do I grow my audience?
(By Mark Asquith) Your audience tunes in for you. Big name guests rarely positively affect download numbers -- so why give them all of the limelight? Let's look at how you can approach things a little differently.
(Dave Jackson) I keep hearing people say “starting a podcast is hard.” While it might seem this is on target, it’s not. It’s missing one very important word: Good. Starting a GOOD podcast is hard. Let me tell you a little story...
(By Rob Walch) There is no opt-in for podcast listeners when it comes to tracking. Let me rephrase and emphasize that: THERE IS NO OPT-IN IN PODCASTING FOR TRACKING LISTENERS AND THEIR PERSONAL DATA.
(By Traci Long DeForge) You’ve got podcasting questions, Traci Long DeForge is here to answer them. Traci is the founder of Produce Your Podcast. This week Traci answers questions about writing a show description, using YouTube to market and engaging a guest.