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How To Podcast 2015 Four Simple Steps to Broadcast Your Message to the Connected Planet von Colligan, Paul (eBook)

  • Erscheinungsdatum: 24.02.2015
  • Verlag: BookBaby
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How To Podcast 2015

Podcasting is a powerful way to reach the connected world on the combined networks of Apple, Amazon, Google, Microsoft and more. You, yes you, can podcast to the entire connected planet and this book will show you how - even if you don't know where to start. Despite what you may have read, part of the power podcasting lies in its simplicity. You can start podcasting today in just a few simple steps and in this book, Paul Colligan (Podcast Consultant and the number one top-selling author of Podcast Strategies and The Business Podcasting Bible) takes you step-by-step through the process of making your podcast and getting it online for the world to subscribe to, download and act on. This isn't a book for nerds, techie types or podcast enthusiasts. This is a book for people who want to be part of this podcasting world and want to know where to start and how to act. The short book is just four chapters long and each chapter covers a step in a process that doesn't need to be complicated to be powerful. As an added benefit, you'll find more than $900 in bonuses in services to help your podcasting efforts and a number of additional supporting chapters by podcasting experts who want to see you succeed. Everything you need to begin and succeed is included. If you are looking for a book that takes hundreds of pages and weeks of your life, this is not that book. If you are looking for the steps to finally get your podcast out, quickly - you have found what you are looking for.


    Format: ePUB
    Kopierschutz: none
    Seitenzahl: 122
    Erscheinungsdatum: 24.02.2015
    Sprache: Englisch
    ISBN: 9781483549767
    Verlag: BookBaby
    Größe: 1182kBytes
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How To Podcast 2015

Step 1 - Make Digital Media First things first - podcasting isn't only audio, it can also be video or even be PDF files. Audio is currently the most popular form of podcasting but video is quickly catching up. Distribution of other media files, like PDF, is possible, but currently has a limited appeal and audience. 1 What is the difference between podcasting and digital media online? In short, podcasting provides a digital "wrapper" around your online media which makes it accessible to all podcasting clients, enabling extra benefits like syndication and subscription. We'll hit those specifics in the next chapters, don't worry. The first step is simply to make media so that we can put a podcast wrapper around it. It might seem a bit redundant to say "digital" media because almost all media is digital nowadays, but I wanted to start at the very beginning and stay true to my promise that this stuff is newbie-friendly. And, I'll be honest, I've even had a few people take existing audio tapes and make them into a podcast - yes, this is possible. 2 I'm also going to explain how to make digital media without a microphone or a camera in this chapter. With that said and done, this book is going to mainly be about audio because, at the time of writing, podcasting is mainly audio. Digital Audio in Two Steps In the production of digital audio, the first step requires recording and editing your audio in the best possible quality on your phone or your computer. After you are done with every single aspect of your audio, including production, editing and enhancing, you will then need to convert it to an MP3 file which is compatible with podcasting. That's it - now, the specifics ... Is All Digital Media a Podcast? You may be asking yourself, "What's the difference between media online, such as a YouTube video or a media file on my website, and a podcast?" Great question. At the core of it, any digital media you create can be used to produce YouTube videos, CDs, streaming radio shows and more. It is the same media; it is just what you do with the media which makes it a podcast. In terms of file format, it is all the same thing. So, in this step, forget about podcasting - you are simply creating digital media to use any way you want. I call that process "multicasting" and it's a big deal - but just not the focus of this book 3 . Making Digital Media Right Now The chances are very high that you have a Smartphone - you might even be reading this book on one right now. Honestly, that's all you need to make a digital recording. I have a podcast which I record almost entirely on my phone when I get stuck in traffic. More details about that particular podcast can be found here: Yes, all I do to make that podcast happen is talk into my phone, usually while driving and running errands. I use a pair of earbuds which I picked up for $9.99, simply because that's all I tend to have in the car with me when I record an episode. I told you this doesn't need to be complicated . Believe it or not, there are a number of surprisingly good Smartphone programs that record audio - so much so that I hesitate to list any specific one here. However, here is a great combo microphone-and-software package which works on both iPhone and Android devices. It's called the iRig Mic Cast: Will you have a high-fidelity, perfect-sounding podcast from your phone? No - but you don't always need a high-fidelity, perfect-sounding podcast. Sometimes, good enough is good enough. I've had clients with podcast episodes w

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