Podcasting Made Easy is a podcast for podcasters that provides practical help and advice to new and experienced show hosts.
Presented by writer, podcast producer and broadcaster Steve Hart, each episode is short and to the point, delivered in Steve’s chatty no-nonsense style.
The podcast, which includes occasional items about WordPress, is ideal for anyone wanting to start their own podcast, develop their show, grow their audience, and be the best they can be – using the gear they already have. Subscribe today.
In this edition of Podcasting Made Easy I discuss the option to record a podcast without wearing headphones, and some reasons why you must use them. In addition, I look at ‘imposter syndrome’ – it is something plenty of novice […]
In this edition of Podcasting Made Easy I have some suggestions on obtaining better recordings – I suggest podcasters consider Squadcast and (free) Cleanfeed – I look at ways to improve the launch of your podcast, and suggest getting a […]
Building a solid listener base for your new podcast can be a daunting prospect, but there are some short cuts if your are bold enough. The first thing you should do is share your podcast everywhere you can across all […]
Creating added value for your podcast subscribers is a great way to raise or boost your profile. One way to do this is to create a PDF or digital book made up of the key points of your podcasts, collated […]
Sure, we all know to remove unwanted noises and mistakes from our podcasts, but audio editing can involve a lot more than the obvious. There’s an art to it that can really improve the impact your interviews have on your […]
There’s an audio recording and editing app I’ve been using on and off for a few years now that’s ideal for recording podcasts and radio shows. It’s totally free, reliable, and as solid as any audio app can be. I’ve […]
It’s old advice, but well worth repeating. After you have a good number of podcasts under your belt it’s a good idea to listen back to older shows to see what you can learn from your mistakes. Well, perhaps mistakes […]
If you like shouting into the wind then making a podcast could be for you. After all the technical aspects of recording and getting your podcast listed on the key platforms is done, the hard work begins – building an […]
When it comes books to help you find your way as a podcaster, the field is wide open (I’ve even written one myself). Having worked in broadcasting during the 80s (using vinyl and tape), and then rekindling my love of […]
If you are knew to interviewing guests on your podcast you may feel a little nervous. That’s only natural. However, the more you know about your guest, and the reason you are interviewing them, then the better you will feel […]
What would happen if your audience were shut out of using social media, or if you found yourself in hot water with the social media de-platform bots? You'd risk losing the ability to connect with your followers, to tell them of your new episode etc.
It seemed every man, woman, and their dog wanted to start a podcast in 2020. I guess people suddenly had time on their hands and decided that the time was right to launch the podcast they’d been talking about for […]