Mon, 4 August 2014
In this episode of Podcasting 101 we hear from Chris, the host of Attention Deficit Order in "How Has Podcasting Changed Your Life?" Believe it or not, he keeps his focus...also, we may have more than one thing in common.
We again hear from Andrew Johnstone in our "Podcast Review" segment and he recommends the zombie survival radio drama We're Alive! This truly is a fantastic achivement in podcasting. *Reminder* We interviewed the creator/writer of We're Alive previously so I recommend giving that episode a listen for even more behind the scenes information on the show...then of course, go subscribe and binge listen to the podcast!
In our Interview portion of the show, I'm lucky enough to sit down with the lovely Mike Falzone and his beautiful girlfriend Zoja A.K.A. Coffee Girl (There is an origin story to the name) from Welcome to our Podcast. We talk all about starting a podcast, figuring it all out. How to handle the work load and trying to even that work load out between co-hosts. How to promote a podcast and so much more.
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Mon, 21 July 2014
Hey future podcaster! Welcome to the podcast that's all about podcasting! This week I've got a full show for ya! First up is of course, "How has Podcasting changed your life?" In this segment we hear from Mike, the host of Royal Monster Battalion. Even though he is only in the beginning stages of starting his podcast, he can already sense the significance and power of podcasting!
We also hear from our Podcast Reviewer Andrew Johnstone. This week he reviews the very popular video game podcast, "Retronauts." What makes this podcast so great? What could you learn from this show?
Now in the interview portion, I was lucky enough to sit down with the very lovely Cynthia Sanchez from "Oh So Pinteresting." It's a Blog, It's a Podcast, It's all about Pinterest! Hear how she took a hobby and created a full time gig out of it! Learn some great tips and tricks and hear what she has to say about succeeding in podcasting!
Tue, 15 July 2014
This week we talk with Dave Cummings, The current mastermind and showrunner of a fantastic podcast called "The No Sleep Podcast." If you're into storytelling and a little bit of Theater of the Mind...then this episode is a no brainer. Lots of things discussed in this weeks interview. Scheduling, Marketing and building a method of payment for your podcast. If you've not heard of this show, I urge you to go check it out. It's got a ton of production value, it's creative and I for one think it's great!
Also on the show, my 7 Days a Geek co-host, Jer A.K.A. McBlizzard (or Bibbles for those who can't say it right) joins the show to chat inbetween segments. Unfortunatly there is no "How has podcasting changed your life" but we do have a fantastic review of the Revolutions podcast from our very own @PodcastSquared.
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Mon, 7 July 2014
This week Kathy Kelley from the Special Mouse Podcast, joins us to talk all things podcasting!
Podcasting on a budget. Finding help and even finding the courage to podcast. These are things that all podcasters can relate too.
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Mon, 30 June 2014
Ladies and Gentlemen...we're back!
In this episode, we talk all things podcasting with the fantasic producer and partner to Jimmy Pardo, Matt Belknap, of the Never Not Funny Podcast! If you're in the business of starting a podcast or looking to turn your podcast into a business, then this here episode is for you!
Before the interview we have an Review from Kathy Kelly of the Special Mouse Podcast. She talks a little bit about the Fieldstone Common: North East History and Genealogy Radio by Marion Pierre-Louis.
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Thu, 8 May 2014
One of the most facinating podcasts I've listened to yet, The Bowery Boys, joins Podcasting 101 to talk all things podcasting! Grab your pen and paper, get ready to get educated in the art of podcasting. Bowery Boys talks thier success's and failures. Great advice on marketing, managing a blog and proof that passion in podcasting is the strongest way at lasting a long time when podcasting!
@PittsburgNerd calls in to share with us "How podcasting has changed his life" and we meet another one of our reviewers this week. @PodcastLab A.K.A. Jenny Podcaster gives us a review of Podcasting 101 and Alec Baldwin's podcast.
As always, thanks for listening and I hope you learn something informative!
Mon, 28 April 2014
Hey there podcasters! If you're looking for a cool new way for your listeners to help support you, then this episode is for you! Patreon is a fairly new website that works kind of like Kickstarter but it's for ongoing support. Patreons can help by supporting your podcast monthly or per episodes. There are several ways your listener can show support as well as cool methods for you to use to show yours as well.
My apologies for being away, life has taken me away... doesn't look like that's going to change anytime soon but I'll still muster the strenght to release an episode when I can. Thanks for listening, thank you for all the positive words about the show! It's so nice to hear that it's actually helping new podcasters as well as those that have been doing it for awhile. It keeps me going! Please share this show with all of your podcasting friends!
Fri, 11 April 2014
Dave Jackson, host of The School of Podcasting stops by the show to talk all things podcasting. Dave has been podcasting for 10 years...no...9 years. (Right Dave?:-) He has himself a great podcast, one that I myself have become a fan of. If you like shows about podcasting and you aren't listening to his...well then I'm betting after you listen to this here episode, you'll head on over to iTunes and give his show a click on the subscribe button. He runs a fun, informative podcast and I can't say enough good things about it!
Mon, 7 April 2014
Libsyn's very own Rob Walch returns to Podcasting 101 and brings with him a wealth of information every podcaster should hear!
Do you have questions about Libsyn 4? Well, we go through all the changes and updates to give you a better feel for what to expect.
We talk about having a premium account, a way Libsyn helps us podcasters make money.
We also discuss having you're very own podcast app. There are fees involved but it's a very cost effective way to go and an excellent way to maintain growth for your podcast.
Numbers...what about numbers? I can hear all of you 101 listeners shouting from afar! Where do I rank? How do I compare to all my fellow podcasters out there? Well, Rob came fully loaded to give you information overload. Grab a pen and paper, open up your notes on your iPad or tablet and get to writing...You'll want to remember all of this!
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Fri, 4 April 2014
Esther Kiss, one half of the Born to Influence podcast stops by to talk Marketing, and the importance of using Google+ in a Facebook world.
Esther shares an important past failure and what she learned from it in order to build a more successful podcast this time around.
Talking to top bussiness exec's and entrepreneurs is what Esther's podcast is based on, so she has a very good handle on the business side of things...that and she also know's a good thing or two when it comes to the marketing side of things as well. Seeing how that's her profession outside of podcasting.
Grab your pen and paper... as always, tons of great information for any podcaster lay right here in this episode of Podcasting 101!
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