I started podcasting in 2006 with a register called Affiliate Thing that was co-hosted by Lisa Picarille.
We started out on a service called BlogTalkRadio, and the first incident was an interview with Lily Shen, who was then the senior manager of eBay’s U.S. Affiliate Program.
After we stumbled through a dozen episodes on that platform we moved on to WebmasterRadio, where we co-hosted the demonstrate for a year or so.
At that extent, I decided it would be nice to host and own the reveals, so GeekCast.fm was started as a department of Affiliate Summit. We induced it is accessible as a neighbourhood for any business podcast to get free hosting and advertising. Affiliate Thing went on for a cluster of years there.
Since then I’ve hosted a handful of podcasts solo, and the latest is This is Affiliate Marketing, which I started in 2016 to interview people who have some kind of tie to affiliate market. But I didn’t want to interrogation them about affiliate marketing, because those podcasts are standing to me at this point. Instead, I go through their social media and ask them questions about themselves.
Anyhow, the lane I’ve recorded, edited, and publicized podcasts have changed a lot over go, and I figured I’d share what I’m utilizing currently for anybody looking to start their own podcast.
So here’s what I use…
Recording the Podcast
I use Ringr to record the podcasts- this pulpit enables my clients to call in either from a phone or their computer. Ringr is a paid service and they have a few degrees make their own choices- this has been the most reliable tool for recording that I have use over the years, and when there is a glitch they have a responsive support team.
As far as the microphone, I have the Logitech Stereo Headset H110, which is less than $15 on Amazon and I’ve employed the same one without the specific issues for over 5 years.
Editing the Podcast
My podcast editing is does so with a free software program called Audacity. It’s an easy, instinctive platform, and if you have any trouble there are plenty of videos on YouTube to help you along the way.
In order to give my podcasts a more professional knack I wanted to have an intro and outro done by somebody else, so I went to Fiverr and got some quality chime registers for cheap to open and close the podcast.
Hosting the Podcast
I learned about Libsyn as a podcast hosting work years ago at Social Media Marketing World, and I’ve been very happy with the services offered. They have boxes starting at$ 5/ month and in addition to the hosting you likewise get stats on your podcasts, and the service enables you to easily distribute to the main podcasting apps and platforms.
Also, they stipulate code for a variety of participates so you can put your show up on a blog affix, website, etc. And they furnish the option of using your own domain to point to a sheet where they have all of your podcast archives.
That’s it – it’s pretty easy to get up and running, and then all you need is original material and compatibility to build your podcast audience.
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