Podcasters always want to know how to get more listeners or viewers. But you should also consider what you may be doing that is preventing you from growing your audience.
Everything about how your show is listed in the iTunes podcast directory (and many other podcast directories) is pulled directly from your RSS feed. Here’s what you need to know to change the information.
I’m retiring my 5-episode pattern for Audacity focus, but I’ll give you several tips to help when you decide to make big changes to your podcast.
The simplest reason to get a mixer is to mix things and have more control. But mixers can make many tasks much easier for podcast production.
You’ve probably thought about starting a forum for your podcast. This can often be an amazing thing for your podcast. Consider these things before you launch a forum for your podcast.
Every cohost in your audio podcast needs their own headphones, but they may have completely different kinds with different amplifications. This 4-channel headphone amplifier will give each cohost their own volume control for their headphones. Watch this video to see why you and your cohosts will love the Behringer HA400.
As the original podcaster about podcasting, Dave Jackson has seen a lot of change in the industry. We talk about his experience, where podcasts are going, how to make money podcasting, and share some podcasting tips.
It’s fun to talk about the big equipment podcasters use: microphones, mixers, software, cameras, and so on. But having a supply of these small accessories will keep you sane when you try to podcast.
Here’s your chance to save on podcasting gear or other audio equipment from Musician’s Friend!
Join award-winning podcaster and Audacity expert Daniel J. Lewis and other Audacity users like you on Saturday, May 18, at noon (EST/GMT-5).