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342- Podcast birthday and a journey in podcasting by a luminary

In this episode of The Podcast Reporter, we discuss the anniversary of a birthday in podcasting, as well as the journey into podcasting which we describe.

The birthday which we discuss is that of the first podcast show and podcast episode from this podcast reporter (from 2006).

As you will hear in this audio episode, the learning curve for podcasting was helped by the book by Evo Terra and Tee Morris called Podcasting for Dummies. This book was a good start, but the online tutorial by Jason Van Orden called How to Create a Podcast was the final resource that helped me to create my first podcast called Arriba!

And finally, mentorship and instruction from Dave Jackson in his School of Podcasting allowed me to grow and attend podcast conferences — especially meeting Paul Colligan, Leo LaPorte, Tee Morris and Jason Van Orden.

And the final part of this audio episode describes the swift journey that resulted in myself growing into being a luminary (as referred to by Paul Colligan).

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341- Vocal training for podcasters

In this episode of The Podcast Reporter, we deliver some information about vocal training for podcasters  — that is, training your voice for audio podcast production, with yourself as the talent.

We actually have a case in point (strictly my own personal opinion) of the voice of Jack Welch (recent CEO of General Electric — now RIP) and how what I considered poor quality led me to almost cancel my subscription to his podcast show from Business Week magazine.

I also deliver some background of my own vocal training through experience of public speaking and teaching — and how this helped me to develop my own voice and getting it ready to create audio content for podcasts.

Some vocal coaching suggestions are also delivered in this brief repurposed episode.

Thank you for your attention.

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339- Podcast GOLD RUSH — some thoughts

In this episode of The Podcast Reporter, we focus on the concept of the rush to cash in on the “gold” from the popularity and the momentum of podcasts growing in number and becoming popular in the world of new media.

From the publisher’s viewpoint, the center idea of discoverability is discussed.

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338- Strategies for branded podcasts

In this episode of PodcastReporter.com, we deliver some strategies in a brief audio episode about BRANDED podcasts.

We discuss the difference between branded podcasts and corporate podcasts, and what this could mean to you, the indie podcaster as a form of marketing.

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337- NACHO podcast marketplace

In this episode of PodcastReporter.com, we deliver recent information about the NACHO marketplace — which is a site for the buying and selling and trading of services and other offers and offerings for the podosphere.

As you will hear in this audio episode, this concept can be of particular value to new or aspiring podcasters. Whether it is for creating a podcast, or getting gear or selecting services — this marketplace was interesting when we first saw about it several weeks ago.

Thank you for your attention.

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335- Podcast show notes — value and discussion

In this episode of The PodcastReporter, we deliver a discussion of podcast show notes.

We hope that you will have success in improving your own show notes and making your podcast show generate more value to your listeners and audience.

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334- The PodQuest show with Michael Neely

In this episode of podcastreporter.com, we deliver an interview with Michael Neely of  The Podquest Show— which was recorded at the recent Podcast Movement 2020 Evolutions conference in California.

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333- Review from Gordon Firemark at PM2020 conference

In this episode of podcastreporter.com, we deliver repurposed content recorded as a result of attending the earlier podcast conference (before the plandemic of the Chinese Wuhan virus that caused a crisis) called Podcast Movement 2020 –Evolutions.

Gordon Firemark is an attorney specializing in both entertainment law, as well as podcast and media law. We had interviewed him in this podcast show years before, and we were pleased to have received a review in the form of an email update from him at the conference in Los Angeles, California earlier this year.

And here, Gordon gives his perspective of the podosphere for both content creators and podcasters in 2020.

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331- Strategies for premium podcast content

In this episode of The Podcast Reporter, we deliver some strategies for creating premium podcast content. This would mean the content of episodes for which you will be able to monetize.

In addition to this repurposed episode, we refer you to the book by Dave Jackson of the School of Podcasting called More Podcast Money. Here, you will get various ways of creating revenue streams based on premium content — among other strategies.

Thank you for your attention.

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330- Podcast BOOTCAMPS and pricey training

In this episode of podcastreporter.com, we deliver some thoughts about offerings known as podcast bootcamps — and the fact that they could be not only pricey in their cost, but also not as focused as they need to be for the new or aspiring podcasters.

As you will hear in this repurposed episode from an earlier post in this same podcast show, serious thought should be given to the talents and the credentials of the instructors or teachers or managers of the proposed bootcamps before you go and sign up for these types of programs.

Thank you for your attention.

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