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We deliver an interview with Lon Naylor, known to many as “Mr. Learn Camtasia.” He is a professional content creator, with specialties in video and screencasting — especially with PowerPoint(R) and Camtasia Studio(R).
In this episode, Lon and Fred discuss the benefits, the value, the opportunities and the possibilities of monetization when New Media entrepreneurs gain the skills in both podcasting and screencasting. They even go into the environment for mobile apps.
As you will hear in this audio episode, Lon describes the benefit of ‘repurposing your content’ — especially since the audio portion of your content creation has been done. Fred goes into the benefits of creating additional revenue streams and ultimately creating a mobile app derived from your current delivered in either a podcast or screencast.
In continuing with Lon Naylor’s practice of providing free and helpful resources, we will be delivering to you with each episode a tip, a hint, a brief tutorial that can help the screencaster and podcaster in the pursuit of gaining the additional skills needed to increase their portfolio, and therefore grow their audience in a new channel and platform.
You are highly encouraged to review, consume and listen to episode 2 and episode 3 of this podcast show of Skills in Screencasts and Podcasts. These episodes will give you a better idea of the ability to generate additional revenue streams with screencasting (for the podcaster), as well as a behind-the-scenes look to make a podcast for screencasters.
You may contact these podcast show co-hosts in these ways:
– For Lon Naylor, he can be reached at:
sites: www.LearnCamtasia.com and ScreencastStudios.com
– For Fred Castaneda, he can be reached at:
sites: www.PodcastReporter.com and www.StrugglingEntrepreneur.com.
– for electronic mail:
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