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- You will learn everything you need to know to start, publish, promote and even monetize a podcast.
- No experience necessary
- Students should have a passion for their topic and a desire to share their story
- I teach this course using Audacity on a Windows platform; however, Audacity is equally as FREE and easy to use on a Mac. We will download Audacity during the course.
Start your podcast with minimal upfront investment and distribute it to several high profile podcast directories including iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, Stitcher and many more.
Includes multiple resources to successfully plan and launch your podcast with unique and experienced instructions! If there is a mistake, I’ve made it and I’ve learned from it. I share my real world experience with you, so you can avoid the same issues.
If you are looking for an easy to follow podcasting solution 1+1 = Podcast is everything you need to know to start recording and publishing your very own podcast.
Definition of a podcast?
6 Reasons to have a podcast
5 Common podcasting mistakes
Gear, Gear, Gear: An introduction to podcasting equipment
Proper previous planning prevents poor podcast performance
Publish your podcast to iTunes and more!
11 Ways to promote your podcast
7 Ways to monetize your podcast
Wrap up and review
So much more!
Learn from someone who is not only an experienced podcast producer and host, but someone that is actively involved in the podcast community on a daily basis. As a moderator for the largest podcasting group online and the largest multi-day conference of the same name, Larry has had the opportunity to work with, learn from and trade ideas with some of the legends of podcasting. Larry’s own show has been in the top 10 on the iTunes business charts, taking the top spot more than once, featured as What’s Hot and even cracked the iTunes top 200 overall.
BONUS: As a bonus, Larry has included multiple downloadable email templates for guest requests, episode go live announcement, sponsorship pitch and more!
By the end of this course, you will have the skills to go from absolute beginner to being able to make an educated decision with all aspects of podcasting from microphones to software to media hosts.
For a no frills, unique and fun approach to podcasting, enroll in this course today! I’ll be anxiously waiting to hear your first episode!!
- Anyone that wants to start a podcast to deliver their personal message or brand
- Anyone that is new to podcasting and needs to cut through all of the noise and start their own show
- Anyone that own a business and wants to provide additional value to their clients through a podcast, but are too busy to listen to, or watch hours and hours of instructional content
- Anyone that has watched other videos or read other articles that did little more than confuse you when you need a straight answer on how to get started podcasting
- Anyone that needs to communicate with followers in a social media community or group
Whether you’ve been thinking about starting your own podcast and don’t know where to start or you already have a podcast and want to know how to streamline the process, this course will help you simplify the process and give you everything you need to thrive with your own show!
This course will walk you through everything you need to know to start your podcast and get it published on multiple platforms, from iTunes, to Google Play, Spotify and even iHeart Radio. You’ll walk away from this course with all the tools you need need to have a successful podcast in the shortest amount of time.
A podcast has a very defined format, but various other types of media can serve the same purpose...deliver your message to your audience in a clear and concise manner. This chapter will introduce you to a variety of ways audiences consume content. Understanding each of these methods, will help you figure out the right method to reach your desired audience.
If you have been debating whether or not a podcast is something that is right for you, then this chapter will present 6 reasons to have a podcast and how you could benefit from each. Whether it's to provide additional value to your clients or to get your brand additional exposure, we take a closer look at these and more.
Learn 5 common podcasting mistakes that many new podcast hosts tend to overlook. Most of these are industry established best practices, but they all need to be taken into consideration. If ignored, any one of these could sabotage a new show’s success before it has a chance to really get going.
Having a guest on your podcast can be a great way to provide back and forth conversation, establish credibility and add value by featuring a knowledgeable expert to discuss that episode’s topic.
But, finding qualified guests can be a challenge if you don’t know where to look. This chapter will outline a number of proven methods of finding, contacting and booking interesting and insightful guests that your audience can learn and grow from.
Before we start discussing your media host, we need to brand your podcast, or at least provide it with a recognizable logo. To do that you will need to either create, or have someone create cover art for your show. Remember, you’re starting this podcast from a place of relative obscurity, so you’re going to want to put some thought into your cover.
When you submit your podcast to iTunes, the first thing you will need to do is select the iTunes Categories where you want your podcast to appear. Selecting the right category for your show could be the difference between obscurity and breaking in to the charts.
Monetization is one of those topics where everyone has an opinion. Some insist their podcast brings in a significant revenue stream, allowing them to quit their day jobs and become a podcasting professional. Others, may see enough income to have a lucrative side hustle and others still - may run their shows for indirect revenue or no revenue at all.