Have you ever struggled to monetize your podcast and make a consistent income from your hard work? Well, you’re not alone. Monetizing a podcast can be a real challenge, but there’s one solution that has been making waves in the podcasting world: dynamic ads
Video seems to be all the rage today. And a lot of podcasters are being encouraged to record video as well. But is video best for your podcast? How are audio and video podcasts different? What are some of the things you should consider? Because this is not a one size fits all situation. Today we’re discussing whether or not you should have an audio or video podcast.
If you want your audience to listen to your episode from beginning to end… then you need to have a great show format. Because the truth is, audiences get bored easily, and you have to constantly keep them entertained. I’ll show you how.
Starting a podcast is a great way to share your ideas and connect with like-minded people. But if you want to take your podcast to the next level and reach a wider audience, you’ll need a media kit. It’s like a resume for your podcast, and it’s an essential tool for any podcaster who wants to grow their show.
You can have the most amazing podcast in the world, but if no one knows about it, you’re probably not going to achieve your goals. Distribution of your podcast is super important. Today we’re talking about how to get your podcast on Apple, Spotify, and Google as well as some of the smaller distribution sites.
Some of you may be thinking, “team members? Yeah, I’m podcasting completely solo!” And if that’s you, awesome. You will learn so much. But, if you happen to have a budget, there are people you can bring on your team to help make the process run more smoothly. In this video, we’ll be discussing the roles of a host, co-host, producer, sound engineer, editor, and assistant.