Tue, 9 May 2017
Aaron Mahnke from the world wide phenomenon podcast known as Lore is interviewed in this episode. Aaron takes us from what was a simple (almost deleted) mistake, to a podcast that is now an upcoming television show, with a full season coming to Amazon Prime. Lore is about to become a book series too.
Listen to how one podcaster went from just wanting to tell stories....to living a dream! The man actually admits to having to sometimes pinch himself.
I'll be honest, I was extremely honored to spend more than the 30 minutes we had booked talking to Aaron. He's kind, intelligent, and very generous. I hope that everyone who listens to this episode learns something and is inspired to keep podcasting, or to continue on.
You can find Lore wherever you listen to podcasts. Find Aaron over at @amahnke and say hi!
I also have a quick "How Has Podcasting Changed Your Life" story from Ran Levi. Another podcaster who went from podcasting, to becoming a respected person in his field. He's been on TV. He's written books. Podcasting has indeed changed his life for the better and I'm so happy he shared his story with us! You can find Ran on twitter at @RanLevi
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Tue, 10 January 2017
Before Season 4 of Podcasting 101 starts, I thought I'd do a quick show to say hello, and let the world know that we're back!
In this episode you will hear from some really great podcasters like Dave Jackson from The School of Podcasting. You'll also hear from Elsie Escobar of She Podcasts and The Feed, Libsyn's very own podcast.
Jordan Harbinger of The Art of Charm graces us with his presence to discuss all things podcasting as well.
If you like what you hear I strongly urge you to go back into the Podcasting 101 archives and download the full episodes...along with the whole library as well. Why not!?
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Tue, 5 July 2016
This week on Podcasting 101 we dive into the Pod 101 vault! I took the liberty of pulling some clips from 3 fantastic podcasters who gave so much information that I couldn't contain it all in this episode! There is about 15 or 20 minutes from each of my interviews with John Lee Dumas of Entrepreneur On Fire, Keith and the Girl, and Grammar Girl shared on this episode. If you enjoy what you hear, and I promise you that you will. Please dive back into the vault yourself and listen to the complete episodes! I strongly encourage you to go back and listen to any of the episodes in the back library. There is so much information for podcasters at any level...I dare you to not learn something new!
This week I'm off to Podcast Movement, if you find yourself there or if you'd just like to see or learn more about it...please follow me over at Twitter where I will be posting pics and updates all week long! @Podcaster101
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Wed, 29 June 2016
In this episode I get the chance to sit down with one of they easiest guys in to talk to in podcasting, Jared Easley. We've only ever had a couple of conversations on twitter but this is the first time ever having a chance to sit down and speak with him and what a delight!
For those of you who don't know what Podcast Movement is, it's a podcasting conference specifically tailored for podcaster of any ilk. There are "Breakouts" and "Sessions" about Marketing, Monetizing, Building an Audience and even, Finding Your Voice in Podcasting.
It's the one stop networking shop for all podcasters to meet and greet and learn new methods for taking their podcast up a notch or two...if they so choose.
We talk the origins of this Podcast Movement, Jared's own learning experiences and what he hopes podcasters themselves will take away from an even like this.
As most of you know, I am attending this event myself and I'd love to hear from you if you too are going. Please shoot me a message on twitter @Podcaster101 or send me an email... 7DAGpodcasting101@gmail.com.
I'm looking forward to all learning, networking and meeting my fellow podcasters in the coming days!
Thanks to all of you for your support!
Tue, 28 June 2016
In this episode of Podcasting 101 I get a chance to meet face to face with a fantastic story teller, Paula Allen. This is something I hope to be doing more often with this show. Meeting podcasters, and talking all things podcasting in person.
Paula has been podcasting for well over a year now, but only releasing episodes now for just over 6 months. Lot's of practicing. Lots and lots of tape!
We discuss everything from her evolution of recording stories, to creating a podcast revolving around her passion for live music, and all the work that goes into traveling from venue to venue, to meet with live musical acts, to get true and honest stories for them.
She is so committed to podcasting and the music scene she is actually building herself a mobile podcasting studio that she will take with her to music festival's all across Canada.
If you're looking to be inspired to start podcasting, or get rejuvenated by someone who is so in love with podcasting, then this episode should do the trick!
I'd love to hear your thoughts on this episode or about anything podcasting in general. Please reach out to me via twitter at @Podcaster101 or you can emaill the show with your comments or questions at 7DAGpodcasting101@gmail.com
To all of you that support the show in anyway...be it with your wallet or your downloads and/or retweets...I really appreciate it!
Mon, 20 June 2016
In this episode of Podcasting 101 I sit down with Therapist Colleen Mullen, host of the Coaching Through Chaos podcast. For those of you just starting a podcast, this is a great episode to learn from. We discuss jumping right in to podcasting, and then pulling back a little to both manage a healthy life and a healthy podcast. Time management is key my fellow podcasters!
Other things touched on in this episode: Blogging for your podcast. Does this attract new listeners, and do your current listeners bother with your blog? How important is it for YOUR podcast to have a website? Are you using Twitter right? Some quick techniques are discussed as well as what social media is right for your podcast? The quick answer...Twitter!
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As always, Thanks so much for listening and please, keep podcasting!
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Thu, 19 May 2016
The very fun and informative Carrie Zylka, host of the Hunt Fish Travel podcast joins us today to talk about writing, blogging, podcasting and yes..hunting!
Thu, 12 May 2016
In this episode of Podcasting 101 guest Harry Duran of the Podcast Junkies Podcast joins me to discuss Podcast Movement, getting his start in 2014 with John Lee Dumas and NMX.
We talk Podcasting equipment. Getting started and upgrades. Favorite listening apps and listening speeds.
We round out the episode talking about getting comfortable with interviewing and great podcast advice as well.
Please look for Harry on Twitter at @Podcast_Junkies and find his shows where all podcasts can be found or over at PodcastJunkies.com
You can find Podcasting 101 on twitter at @podcaster101 and Podcasting101.net
Mon, 25 April 2016
Today we talk all things podcasting with Dan Lezette from the Podcast Digest show!
Looking for tips and tricks on booking habits, interviews, and even burnout? Shockingly we talk all of these and of course ask for advice for new podcasters!
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Tue, 25 August 2015
This episode we have on the two awesome hosts of Coffee with Kanobi, a coffee house style chat about all things Star Wars. We discuss the importance of connecting with listeners via Social media, like Twitter, and how being real and genuine can bring in the audience. Their show has come a long way from their first attempt at recording. The first attempt taking an astounding 14 hours to record, with only 18 minutes of listenable material, to now being featured on StarWars.com
A few things we learned from both Dan and Cory are that family and friendship come first, before the podcast, so they work together using clear communication, and balancing each other out, to make sure everything gets done. They advise this; you can't fail at something when you are doing it for fun, and you can find your own voice through practice on the mic.
Also weighing in on his side of the podcasting world, with another Podcast Review, is non other than our good buddy Andrew Johnstone, previously of the now defunct but still reputable Podcast Squared. Andrew joins us to give you, the listener, a review on the podcast "Cardboard!" hosted by Rich Sommer, a podcast all about board games. You can find Cardboard! here:http://cardboard.wolfpop.com/
If you would like to share with us how podcasting has changed your life or if you have suggestions for a guest, please send us an email! We'd love to hear from you!
Thanks for listening to another episode of Podcasting 101! If you have any questions or comments send us an email at 7DAGpodcasting101@gmail.com and don't forget to follow us on Twitter @Podcaster101.