Sure, it’s fun to fly by the seat-of-your-pants, but in podcasting (or broadcasting of any kind, really), it’s a lot better to do a little research and some planning for a better chance to reach success. And sooner. Remember that what success will be for you with podcasting may be completely unique to you and your business. But, if you think about why you’re podcasting, what you want from it, and how you will create and produce it, you’ll gain momentum faster.
I know this for sure since I started the MIX/SIZZLE & SHAKE YOUR BUSINESS PODCAST in 2017 on a challenge! So, on this page, I’ve compiled some sources so you can start with a bang and a roar rather than a whisper or whimper. Sound good?
A RESOURCES PAGE for Podcasting…
Be sure to let me know if there’s anything else I can help you with as you start your podcasting journey. Beyond the initial logistics and planning, a content strategy to align with your business objectives is key.
The good news is, the more you produce scripts, shows, and valuable content, the better you get, and the more awesome your show gets as well. Go ahead and get in the game. There are a lot of ways you can go about it. And I love the Anchor.fm app. It’s free and where my podcast lives. You can easily test Anchor and decide which way to go from there as you learn and grow.
More Resources for Podcasting
Chris Curran from the Podcasters’ Lounge is someone I recently connected with, and he’s a great resource for everything sound. You can catch up with his Podcasters Lounge on YouTube here. And if you join his Facebook group, I’ll see you there! The channel and the guy are deep into audio production, and Chris has a long successful history of professional practice. So, do check him out.
Ross Brand is an audio guy from way back. He was a radio personality for decades, finding sports broadcasting to be his favored niche. Ross produces a LIVE show, Livestream Universe, now 5 years old. But he specializes in, and believes in, audio quality as a show’s top priority. Subscribe to Ross’s show for a wealth of podcasting, mic, equipment, and other informational topics around broadcast production.
And let’s not forget my old friend, Ms. Ileane, a huge question-answerer for me from day one on audio production. With over 10,000 subscribers to her YouTube channel, she is a fount of information. With plenty of content for learning, Ileane’s always up on the very latest! Ms. Ileane appears often over the years as a resource link in my writing, plus she’s a trusted and kind source and supporter at every turn. Thank you, truly, Ms.!!