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The Best Free Podcast Hosting Sites of 2020

Getting your podcast up and running is a pretty taxing creative endeavor. But one of the things you have to think about, beyond actually putting the content together and recording your episodes, is how you’ll get your podcast distributed to your listeners and who’ll “host” the show (in terms of server space). Finding a Podcast Service Finding a great podcast…

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Why Podcasting May Be a Great Tool for Businesses During a Crisis like COVID-19

As more people become stuck indoors and face looming job layoffs or financial stresses, you might be wondering how you’ll manage to engage with your customers and draw in new ones. Although the situation is indeed grim, podcasting might be the best tool in your toolkit for maintaining – and even boosting! – your business during COVID-19. The reasons for…

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10 Critical Elements of a Successful Podcast

What makes a great podcast? Turns out, there are lots of factors that can influence whether a podcast show will be successful or flounder before sputtering out. Beginners often focus on a single element to maximize their chances of winning the podcast market (or at least the market for their niche). Let's go over the 10 most important elements you…

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How to Start a Business in a Recession Via Podcast Episodes

A great business idea is in your head and you've made the preliminary steps to get it up and running. But your eyes are glued to the news discussing an oncoming recession and you feel cheated or devastated. After all, it’s not wise to start a business during a recession… right? The truth, as with many things, is a lot…

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How to Start a Podcast in 2020

Try to think of more conclusive proof of commitment, trust, and loyalty than listening to a person go on and on about a topic. It mostly takes around 5-7 minutes tops to read a blog post, or mostly just skim through it. Podcasts, on the other hand, can last anywhere between 5 minutes and 7 hours. Whoever stays with you…

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Why Your Small Business Needs A Podcast

Podcasts are a bit like modern-day radio shows; only they’re easier to make and cheaper to produce. All you need is a mike (or two), a digital recorder, and the willingness to talk and keep the whole thing interesting.  Once you’ve recorded it, you can post the episodic audio-content concerning a specific niche on platforms such as iTunes, SoundCloud, YouTube,…

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10 Ways to Improve Your Broadcasting and Speaking Skills

If you want to work in broadcasting, the first thing to focus on is your voice. Even for those who have been broadcasting for some time, there is always room for improvement. You should develop your voice for TV, radio, or podcasts so that you sound professional when you speak into the microphone. In previous times, finding your broadcast voice…

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Top 9 Podcast Trends, Future of Podcasting and Tips on Starting a Podcast

Podcasts aren’t a new form of entertainment as they’ve been around since 2004. However, it’s only in the last couple of years that their popularity has grown. There are currently over 850,000 active podcasts, and that number will undoubtedly keep rising as time goes by. Podcasts are a popular medium because they come in a format that’s easy to consume and…

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Our 10 Top Tips For Podcast Interviewing Skills

Conducting an informative and engaging interview requires excellent skills. Whether you are interviewing guests for your blog, website, or podcast, the insights should provide your audience with the right information. You cannot extract solid advice or guidance from your interviewee by simply asking cookie-cutter questions or having a regular conversation. Famous interviewers and podcasters like Bill Simmons and Tim Ferris…

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What Equipment Do We Use and Recommend for Podcasting in 2020?

If you have been curious about what equipment our teams prefer to use, you've come to the right place! We have a shortlist of equipment that we recommend to our clients. This is by no means the universe of equipment but from our team's years of experience and research, these are the items we recommend. Home Studio Podcast Setup Microphones:…

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