The Absolute Beginner’s Guide :
Introduction & Getting Started
Podcasting is an enriching way to express yourself creatively, complement business goals, and create deeper connections with an audience.
Podcasting has gone from a niche community of listeners to the mainstream in just a few years. As of March 2020, 104 million Americans consume podcasts on a monthly basis.
Advertising dollars are following our new found obsession with podcasts. According to a study by the Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) and PwC, industry ad revenue is projected to surpass $1 billion by 2021.
Given the eagerness for listeners to tune in and brands willingness to spend their marketing budgets to reach them, the conditions are perfect to make a podcast. And according to Molly Beck from messy.fm, you have three years to get going before the podcasting revolution leaves wannabe hosts behind.
In this program, I will cover the main points of how to start your own podcast. I will explain the process in non-technical English, provide some equipment and software recommendations, and make sure you’re ready for launch day and beyond. By the end, you’ll gain the confidence to start your own podcast and share your voice with the world.
1.Planning my podcast: Choose a topic, format, and name
2.Setting up my podcast: Purchase equipment and software
3.Recording my first podcast episode: Learn script writing techniques and step-by-step recording tutorial
4.Editing and producing my first podcast episode: Follow step-by-step editing tutorials and tips
5.Publish my first podcast episode: Pick a podcast hosting provider and distribute your podcast to listening apps like Spotify
6.Launching and growing my podcast: Build a launch plan and ongoing podcast marketing strategies
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