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Through interviews with the most successful podcasters in the game, this show will uncover the best podcasting strategies that you can apply to your show.

We cover all aspects of podcasting in a simplified and entertaining way. Topics include SEO, monetization, affiliate marketing, recording equipment, interview techniques, engineering, hosting, and even how to start your own podcast from zero to launch.
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Seth Feingersh produces Gary’s podcast The GaryVee Audio Experience, as well as his Alexa skill, GaryVee 365, and other projects within the VaynerX world. During the show, you get a detailed description of Gary Vaynerchuk’s podcast and livestreaming setup. Find out what he uses and why he uses it.   Discussed Links: Garyvee's podcast & livestreaming setup Twitter Facebook Imsethfeingersh.com Daymond John, DJ Clue & Joe Anderson- Brown Paper Bags Ep 2 Introducing #podSessions My Podcasting Gear: Shure SM58-LC Cardioid Dynamic Vocal Microphone Shure Foam Windscreen Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 XLR Cable Time Stamps: 00:23 - How Seth got to work for Gary Vaynerchuk 02:41 - Gary’s starting podcasting gear 03:49 - Microphones & the Audio interface 05:08 - Gain and cloudlifters with the SM7b 06:06 - XLR cables & boom mic arms 08:48 - Macbook, DSLRs, and Black Magic 09:33 - Recording with OBS and thunderbolt 12:28 - Wearing headphones recording 13:29 - Budget podcasting gear 15:00 - Zoom portable mic 16:07 - Mistakes to learn from 18:43 - Adobe Creative Cloud, Adobe Audition Software 20:43 - Editing style & social media sharing Must-Have Resources! FREE Podcast Launch Checklist: Launch your podcast in 21 simple steps! Podcast Ninja Dojo: Join our community of podcasters from around the world! Hire a Podcast Ninja: Save time and outsource your podcast!     NOTE: If you purchase an item using my Amazon link, it provides me a small referral fee.
John Lee Dumas is the host of Entrepreneurs on Fire. During the show, John will share how he generates over $200,000 a month from his podcast. He’ll talk about podcast monetization strategy, audience engagement, and the most important lesson learned. Find out what it takes to have one of the top-ranked Podcast. "I had a company reach out to me about 6 months in called The Midroll. So I went from zero to over 5 figures a month in sponsorship revenue from that one conversation." @johnleedumas Discussed Links: EOfire.com - JLD's website Entrepreneurs On Fire: Our First 365 Days Income Report Themidroll.com - The world's largest podcast advertising network Podcastninja.net - Outsource your podcast! My Podcasting Gear: Shure SM58-LC Cardioid Dynamic Vocal Microphone Shure Foam Windscreen Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 XLR Cable Time Stamps: 02:12 - Why JLD invested over $10k into launching his podcast 03:11 - Is running a successful podcast overwhelming? 03:43 - How to get sponsorships early 06:18 - Getting downloads in the first 3 months 06:56 - Paid advertisements and marketing dollars 07:37 - Biggest lesson learned 09:12 - The best way to monetize your show 12:36 - How to get others to share your episodes 15:45 - Listen to this before you cancel your Podcast Must-Have Resources! FREE Podcast Launch Checklist: Launch your podcast in 21 simple steps! Podcast Ninja Dojo: Join our community of podcasters from around the world! Hire a Podcast Ninja: Save time and outsource your podcast! NOTE: If you purchase an item using my Amazon link, it provides me a small referral fee.
Jason Cabassi is the host of The Walking Dead ‘Cast. During the show, Jason will provide the framework for starting your own podcast network. You’ll learn what you must look for when joining another network. Listen to the end to find out how Podcastica’s shows get paid.   Subscribe to Podcast Ninja! iTunes Stitcher Googleplay      PN16 Show Notes Links: Podcastica.com The Walking Dead ‘Cast Patreon EarWolf Podcast Network Facebook Page   Discussed: PN14: Shawn Henninger – Podcast Co-Host Tips, Bromance, and Stranger Things Midroll — The world's largest podcast advertising network Fracture | Glass Photos    My Podcasting Gear: Shure SM58-LC Cardioid Dynamic Vocal Microphone Shure Foam Windscreen Focusrite Scarlett 2i2   Hire a Podcast Ninja!    Time Stamps: 01:52 - Zombie Sounds 03:24 - Making your TV inspired podcast stand out 04:54 - What to do during the offseason of the show? 06:26 - Should you join or start a podcast network? 08:55 - Creating a theme and website 10:11 - The purpose of a podcast network 11:24 - Community engagement 12:20 - Scouting for creative talent 14:13 - Restricting the content 17:26 - Podcast network rules 19:11 - Sponsorships, Patreon & monetization techniques 25:07 - Reading sponsorship ads and being authentic 27:11 - How to get on Podcastica 28:18 - Starting a podcast network 30:57 - Knowing when to end a podcast 32:19 - Building followers and growing listeners   Must-Have Resources! 1. FREE Podcast Launch Checklist: Launch your podcast in 21 simple steps! 2. Podcast Ninja Dojo: Join our community of podcasters from around the world! 3. Hire a Podcast Ninja: Save time and outsource your podcast!   Subscribe to Podcast Ninja! iTunes Stitcher Googleplay    NOTE: If you purchase an item using my Amazon link, it provides me a small referral fee.
Todd Nevins is the host of The Go Hunt Life Podcast. During the show, Todd will talk about the FREE podcast studio in Austin Texas that is bringing the podcast community together. He’ll talk about his journey through the podcast game and what lessons he has learned. You’ll find out what equipment is used and how to book your studio time. Listen to the end to gain insight around the methods Todd uses to monetize his podcast. Subscribe to Podcast Ninja!      PN15 Show Notes: Links: Gohuntlife.com Austin Podcast Facebook community Startupstudioshow.com CLICKPlacement.com   Todd’s Podcasting Gear: Samsun 2QU Zoom H5   Discussed: Podcasting: Zero to Launch on Apple Podcasts in 30 Days (Promo code: Podcastninja) E043 From Homeless in New York to Global Podcast Ninja in Thailand – Anthony Rigogliosi Galvanize- Coworking       My Podcasting Gear: Shure SM58-LC Cardioid Dynamic Vocal Microphone Shure Foam Windscreen Focusrite Scarlett 2i2     Time Stamps: 02:10 - Austin Texas community 07:28 - Connecting to other local groups 10:31 - Podcasting seminar 12:51 - Podcast production course 15:46 - Lewis Howes Podcast Course 16:50 - Starting a podcast 19:26 - Making changes to your podcast 22:13 - Podcast equipment 23:53 - Austin's FREE Podcast Studio 27:33 - Is it REALLY FREE? 28:59 - Wait, so it’s free FREE? 30:48 - Why is it FREE? 31:54 - Is it too busy to schedule time? 33:40 - Local studio competition 34:59 - How long will the promotion last? 36:13 - Pulling the ripcord from Austin Texas 39:17 - How Todd earns money online 44:26 - Monetizing the podcast 47:22 - Travel podcasting equipment and scheduling interviews   Must-Have Resources! FREE Podcast Launch Checklist: Launch your podcast in 21 simple steps! Podcast Ninja Dojo: Join our community of podcasters from around the world! Hire a Podcast Ninja: Save time and outsource your podcast!   Subscribe to Podcast Ninja:    NOTE: If you purchase an item using my Amazon link, it provides me a small referral fee.
Shawn Henninger is the cohost of the Language of Bromance and Strange Indeed. During the show, Shawn will share his experience as a cohost of over 150 episodes for the past three years. You’ll learn how he prepares for a show, schedules interviews, and splits the workload. Listen to the end to find out about his new show commentary of the Netflix original Stranger Things. Click to subscribe for new episodes:    PN14 Show Notes: Links: Languageofbromance.com Strange Indeed: A Stranger Things Podcast   My Podcasting Gear: Shure SM58-LC Cardioid Dynamic Vocal Microphone Shure Foam Windscreen Focusrite Scarlett 2i2     Time Stamps: 01:56 - How Richard and Shawn met 06:23 - Launching the bromance podcast 08:42 - What is the Language of Bromance about? 11:35 - Episode preparation 13:53 - Using video during the show 15:43 - Editing and talking over each other 17:35 - Setting expectation with your co-host 20:28 - Planning and scheduling new episodes 23:37 - Monetization, Patreon, and Sponsorships 25:34 - Stranger Things Podcast 26:32 - Splitting income with your co-host   Enjoy this episode? Share it with friends!   NOTE: If you purchase an item using my Amazon link, it provides me a small referral fee.
Jonathan Oakes is the host of Trivial Warfare. During the show, you'll learn how to build a massively engaged community that will support your hard work on Patreon. Gain insight to key marketing technique and long-term revenue strategy. Listen to the very end if you want to learn how to find pub quiz trivia games in your local area. Click below to subscribe for new episodes: Podcastninja.net/13   PN13 Show Notes: Jonathan's Links: Trivialwarfare.com Patreon.com/TWA Facebook.com/groups/TrivialWarfareArmy Pubquizindex.com   My Podcasting Gear: Shure SM58-LC Cardioid Dynamic Vocal Microphone Shure Foam Windscreen Focusrite Scarlett 2i2   Hire a Podcast Ninja   Time Stamps: 01:31 - Recording longer episodes 02:37 - Show preparation and questions 04:39 - How Trivial Warfare started 10:52 - Building an engaging community 21:51 - Marketing & promoting your show 31:13 - Starting an LLC business venture 34:37 - Monetizing your podcast with Patreon 38:52 - TWA t-shirt promotion 39:30 - Advertising and sponsorships 41:38 - Libsyn’s stats & download adjustment 43:47 - Running a proper ad 45:39 - Long term revenue strategy with Patreon 51:51 - Local pub quiz games 57:13 - Find the pub quiz games in your local area 1:04:10 - Live shows, editing, and production 1:06:42 - Is the work worth the effect?   Enjoy this episode? Share it with friends!   NOTE: If you purchase an item using my Amazon link, it provides me a small referral fee.  
Garrett Petersen is the host of Economics Detective Radio and a Ph.D. candidate in the economics department at Simon Fraser University. During the episode, Garrett will compare double ender’s like Zencastr, Cast, and Ringr so you can better record your interviews remotely with confidence. You’ll learn about some core features and packages of each and which he chose and why. I will also share my experience using Piezo and Zencastr. Click below to subscribe for new episodes: Podcastninja.net/12   PN12 Show Notes: Garrett's Links: Economicsdetective.com Economics Detective Radio @GarrettPetersen   Discussed: A Podcasting Revolution: Cast, Ringr, and Zencastr - Garrett’s double-ender breakdown   Cast Zencastr Ringr Peizo   Garrett’s Podcasting Gear: Zoom H4N PRO Digital Multitrack Recorder Audio-Technica ATR2100-USB Cardioid Dynamic USB/XLR Microphone   My Podcasting Gear: Shure SM58-LC Cardioid Dynamic Vocal Microphone Shure Foam Windscreen Focusrite Scarlett 2i2   Time Stamps: 02:25 - Criteria to choose with double ender 04:38 - Zecastr Beta 05:55 - Cast features and packages 07:43 - Zencaster packages 08:22 - Cost of Ringr and mobile compatibility 11:22 - Mac or PC compatible software 12:03 - Why I love the Piezo software 13:07 - Uploading to the cloud 14:22 - Zencastr recording issues 15:06 - Conference calling 16:31 - Is local recording the best option   Enjoy this episode? Share it with friends!   NOTE: If you purchase an item using my Amazon link, it provides me a small referral fee.
Drew Ackerman is the host of Sleep With Me Podcast. During the episode, Drew will share how he turned his passion into a successful podcast that reaches millions around the world. Learn how you can grow your audience, engage with your listeners, and profitably monetize your show. Listen to the end to find out how to get friends, family, and strangers to tune in. Click below to subscribe for new episodes: Podcastninja.net/11   PN11 Show Notes: Drew’s Links: Sleep With Me Podcast @dearestscooter Patreon   Discussed: My Brother, My Brother And Me Doughboys The Premed Years   My Podcasting Gear: Shure SM58-LC Cardioid Dynamic Vocal Microphone Shure Foam Windscreen Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 Time Stamps: What inspired Drew Ackerman to start his podcast – 02:13 Podcast episode preparation – 04:23 Was the show popular at first? – 05:40 Marketing and sharing the podcast – 07:03 Engaging with your audience – 09:39 How long does it take to create one episode? – 11:33 Dealing with negative feedback – 13:21 Overcoming the fear to launch your podcast – 16:59 Becoming a full-time podcaster – 19:39 Finding sponsorships and affiliates for your podcast – 22:17 Patreon support & growth  – 24:59 Long-term revenue earning strategy – 26:59 Selecting your niche and competition – 30:33 Are your thinking about stopping your podcast? – 33:12 Getting your family and friends to listen to your show – 35:53 Advertising your podcast to strangers – 38:05   Enjoy this episode? Share it with friends!   NOTE: If you purchase an item using my Amazon link, it provides me a small referral fee.  
Todd Cochrane is the CEO of Rawvoice/ Blubrry and the host of Geek News Central Podcast. He is the founder of the People’s Choice Podcast Awards and wrote the first book on podcasting. During the episode, Todd will explain how your downloads are calculated, what stats you should analyze, and how to adjust to the demographic of your listeners. Learn ways a small niche show can find podcast advertising deals and even get started with affiliate commissions. Listen to the end for ways you can strategically pitch advertisements during your show. Listen to PN 9 on iTunes.     PN10 Show Notes: Todd's Links: Todd@blubrry.com Create.blubrry.com Geeknewscentral.com Rawvoice.com   Discussed: Godaddy.com   My Podcasting Gear: Shure SM58-LC Cardioid Dynamic Vocal Microphone Shure Foam Windscreen Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 > Hire A Podcast Ninja    Time Stamps: Starting Rawvoice and Blubrry partnership - 01:22 Importance of tracking statistics accurately - 04:16 Downloads on shared IP addresses - 08:24 The global standard of calculating statistics - 11:25 What stats should you analyze? - 15:28 Android vs. Apple listeners - 19:35 Increasing your downloads - 23:49 When should you set up an ad deal? - 29:13 How small niche shows find podcast advertising deals - 34:37 Getting started with affiliate commissions - 43:36 Strategically pitching advertisements during the show - 47:25   Enjoy this episode? Share it with friends!   NOTE: If you purchase an item using my Amazon link, it provides me a small referral fee.
Daniel J Lewis is the host of The Audacity to Podcast and #1 unofficial podcast for ABC's hit drama Once Upon a Time. He helps others launch and improve their own podcasts for sharing their passions and finding success. During the episode, Daniel will share the key podcast editing tips and tricks to get you the best audio quality possible. You’ll learn how to edit faster and avoid the common mistakes that other podcasters make. Listen to the end for ways to improve your listeners engagement and get people to share your podcast. Listen to PN 9 on iTunes.   PN9 Show Notes: Daniel's Links: TheAudacitytoPodcast.com @thedanieljlewis   Discussed: Audacity Adobe Audition Auphonic Levelator   My Podcasting Gear: Shure SM58-LC Cardioid Dynamic Vocal Microphone Shure Foam Windscreen Focusrite Scarlett 2i2   Time Stamps: 01:43 - How Daniel got into podcasting 04:39 - Podcast editing with Audacity and Adobe Audition 07:09 - Looking back on over 300 episodes 09:08 - How to get the best audio quality 11:06 - Main aspects to a clean production 13:19 - Levelator vs Auphonic 14:15 - Podcast editing Tips and tricks 19:54 - How long should it take to edit? 21:05 - Common mistakes that podcasters make 22:41 - Getting listeners to share your podcast   Enjoy this episode? Share it with friends!   NOTE: If you purchase an item using my Amazon link, it provides me a small referral fee.
Scott Ertz is the President at PLuGHiTz Corporation. He’s a tech journalist, software engineer, entrepreneur and host of many shows. During the show, Scott explains how to monetize your podcast through affiliate programs and sponsorships with companies like Monster, Microsoft, and Amazon Associates. You’ll learn how partnerships and affiliates actually work and the best way to choose your sponsor. Listen to the end for the biggest contributor to have 10 years of podcasting success. Listen to PN 8 on iTunes.   PN8 Show Notes: Scott's Links: Plughitzlive.com Subscribe to Scott’s Podcast’s @tttmabo   Discussed: Sleep with Me Podcast & Headphones Hydroponic Growth Cabinet - Natufia Proof - Smart watch Todd Cochrane Podcastage - Gear Reviews & Tests   Scott’s Podcasting Gear: Behringer C1 Audio-Technica BPHS1   My Podcasting Gear: Shure SM58-LC Cardioid Dynamic Vocal Microphone Shure Foam Windscreen Focusrite Scarlett 2i2   Time Stamps: 01:25 - Plug HiTz Corp Podcast lineup 06:26 - Coolest tech products of all time 08:56 - Starting a podcast network 10:15 - Monetizing an affiliate sponsorship with Monster products 11:55 - How to start a partnership/ sponsorship 13:15 - Microsoft partnership/ sponsorship 13:39 - How do affiliate sponsorships and affiliates actually work? 15:36 - Accurate stats with Blubrry 16:16 - Hosting through Microsoft and Tech Podcast Network 16:37 - Product reviews 18:54 - Choosing partnerships and sponsorship 22:35 - Amazon Affiliates 24:43 - Covering events in the U.S. 28:26 - Working long hours 29:03 - CES show breakdown 29:45 - Live floor interview mic setup 31:09 - Audio Technica BPHS1 32:42 - Scotts Podcast mic 34:56 - How to have 10 years of podcasting success   Enjoy this episode? Share it with friends!   NOTE: If you purchase an item using my Amazon link, it provides me a small referral fee.
Kerry Lutz is the host of The Financial Survival Network and Viral Podcasting. He has also teamed up with Valerie Geller, a top radio consultant, to write Viral Podcasting. During the show, you’ll learn how to grow your audience and earn an income from your show. Find out how to get more downloads, drive traffic to your website, and create a unique and shareable interview. Listen to the end to learn where the real money lies beyond advertisements, affiliates, and sponsorships. Listen to PN 7 on iTunes. PN7 Show Notes: Kerry's Links: Kerry Lutz's--Financial Survival Network Viral Podcasting Financialsurvivalnetwork.com KL@KerryLutz.com   Discussed: Podcastanswerman.com Michaelconnelly.com/series Gellermedia.com Optinmonster.com Jasonhartman.com    Viral Podcasting - Kerry Lutz   My Podcasting Gear: Shure SM58-LC Cardioid Dynamic Vocal Microphone Shure Foam Windscreen Focusrite Scarlett 2i2   Time Stamps: 03:43 - Launching the first show 05:45 - How to break 100 downloads 09:55 - How to get others to share your podcast 13:02 - Creating a unique interview 15:15 - Traffic building tools and content creation 19:39 - When & how to start monetizing 23:53 - Advertisement and sponsorship payout 25:40 - Amazon affiliate links & widgets 26:58 - Creating a plan with your podcast 31:23 - Taking financial investing advice 31:51 - Kerry multiple income streams 36:45 - How to stop losing money   Enjoy this episode? Share it with friends!   NOTE: If you purchase an item using my Amazon link, it provides me a small referral fee.
Dave Jackson is the host of The School of Podcasting and many more that we’ll discuss during the show. He has helped hundreds of people launch podcasts and is one of the top podcast consultants in the game. During the show, Dave will help you choose a media hosting platform while explaining exactly what to look for and most importantly, what to avoid. Find out if you should self-host, own your RSS feed, or use SoundCloud. Listen to the end to figure out how much it will cost for the monthly plan that fits your show best. Listen to PN 5 on iTunes.   PN6 Show Notes: Dave’s Links: The School of Podcasting +More Podcasts   Discussed: Podbean.com .03 per meg (300 megs per month) Libsyn.com .05 per meg (400 megs per month) Blubrry.com .08 per meg (250 Megs per month) Soundcloud.com .0021 per meg (that's almost free) Spreaker.com Podomatic.com   *  Podcastmediahosting.com - More in-depth info and comparison   > Top Podcast Directories and Apps   My Podcasting Gear: Shure SM58-LC Cardioid Dynamic Vocal Microphone Shure Foam Windscreen Focusrite Scarlett 2i2   AT2005USB - Used to record intro/outro   Time Stamps: 01:36 – How Dave got into podcasting 05:44 – What is a media hosting platform? 07:09 – Should self-host/ use your web host? 10:33 – Important Criteria when choosing a media host 12:06 – Media host options 12:23 - Podbean 13:45 – Spreaker 15:04 – Blubrry vs Libsyn plugins 15:50 – Blubrry unique feature 16:06 – Libsyn unique features 17:39 – In-depth stats 18:32 – Should you own your RSS feed? 24:55 – Is Sound cloud still a good option? 27:54 – Price plans, storage space, and file size 31:10 – Price plan breakdown 32:06 – Player interface comparison 33:30 – Media Hosting summary wrap-up 34:13 - Final test when choosing a host   Enjoy this episode? Share it with friends! NOTE: If you purchase an item using my Amazon link, it provides me a small referral fee.
Suzanne Nguyen aka "String Story" is the international correspondent for That Startup Show and the host of The String Report. She’s a curious geek who loves to explore tech, social, and innovation. During the show, String will share how to get high-quality guests on your show and improve your interviews skills. You'll find out how to build a massive rapport with guests and interview influencers in an entertaining and impactful way. Listen to the end to learn about her research and preparation process. Listen to PN 5 on iTunes.   PN5 Show Notes: String's Links: That Startup Show The String Report Stringstory.co   Discussed: Strings Tweet to Gary Vee DailyVee 264: String & Gary Watch the Gary Vee interview   > Join The Podcast Ninja Dojo   String’s Podcasting Gear: Rode Smartlav Rode Reporter Interview Microphone Rode i-XLR digital XLR interface for Apple iOS devices   My Podcasting Gear: Shure SM58-LC Cardioid Dynamic Vocal Microphone Shure Foam Windscreen Focusrite Scarlett 2i2   Time Stamps: 01:54 - How String got into the podcasting space 08:24 - Reaching out to big name tech leaders 11:45 - Preparing for the interview 12:17 - The Hugh Forrest interview 14:17 - Answering controversial questions 16:42 - Great interview podcasting equipment 18:04 - The icebreaker process 21:47 - Are you struggling to get high-quality guests? 25:07 - Doing research on guests 26:47 - More interview skill tips   Enjoy this episode? Share it with friends!   NOTE: If you purchase an item using my Amazon link, it provides me a small referral fee.  
Elsie Escobar is the host of Elsie’s Yoga Class, co host of The Feed and She Podcasts. She's a voice actor and Social Media Community Manager over at Libsyn. During the show, Elsie will reveal a simple but effective podcast strategy and development plan that will help make the pre launch process less stressful. You'll learn the first step to launching your podcast and how to find your voice in the podcast space. Listen to the end to avoid the main reason why most people don’t ever launch their podcast.   Listen to PN 4 on iTunes.   PN4 Show Notes: Elsie's Links: Elsie's Yoga Class The Feed She Podcasts Elsieescobar.com   Elsie's Podcasting Gear: Zoom H2n   My Podcasting Gear:Shure SM58-LC Cardioid Dynamic Vocal Microphone Shure Foam Windscreen Focusrite Scarlett 2i2   Discussed: Podcast Movement   Time Stamps: 01:10 - How Elsie got into podcasting 04:03 - Getting 4 million downloads with Elsie’s Yoga Class 08:10 - The Official Libsyn Podcast 10:06 - Women Podcasts 14:01 - The first step to launching a podcast 18:26 - Titles and logos 22:10 - Having a future vision 24:28 - Defining your perfect listener 29:09 - Do you keep pushing back you launch date? 31:39 - Finding your voice in the podcast space 35:09 - Why most people don’t launch 36:07 - Elise podcasting equipment   Enjoy this episode? Share it with friends!   NOTE: If you purchase an item using my Amazon link, it provides me a small referral fee.
Bandrew Scott is the host of The Bandrew Says Podcast, founder of Geeksrising.com and runs the successful YouTube channel Podcastage. During the show, Bandrew will give you a ton great ways to improve podcast audio quality. Learn how to develop your solo podcast personality and stand out from the rest of other podcasters. Listen to the end to find out what you need to know before the next time you hit record.   PN3 Show Notes: Bandrew’s Links: Youtube.com/podcastage Youtube.com/geeksrising @bandrewsays   Bandrew’s Podcasting Gear: Shure SM7B Cloud Microphones CL-1 Cloudlifter DBX 286s Microphone Pre-amp Processor Behringer Q1202USB 12-Channel Mixer or Zoom U-44 Channel Audio Interface Apple Logic Pro X   My Podcast Gear: AT2005USB Pop Filter Focusrite Scarlett 2i2   Discussed: DO PORTABLE ISOLATION BOOTHS / REFLECTION FILTERS WORK? – Booth Junkie Which pop filter should you use? – Booth Junkie   Time Stamps: 02:56 – What does Bandrew Scott do for work? 03:13 – Being marching band kid and becoming a musician 07:55 – How Bandrew got into podcasting 09:55 – Bandrew’s first podcast ever 15:52 – Perks of a Solo podcast 18:50 – Having high energy before hitting record 21:03 – Preparing for the show 24:34 – Editing your audio 27:31 – Bandrew’s podcasting gear & mic collection 34:40 – Improve podcast audio quality 36:18 – Can software fix bad audio? 37:03 – Where should you record? 39:37 – Eliminating pops 47:17 – What is Geeks Rising?   Enjoy this episode? Share it with friends!   NOTE: If you purchase an item using my Amazon link, it provides me a small referral fee.
Rob Walch is the host of Today in iOS, The Feed: Libsyn and Podcast 411. He is the VP of Podcasters Relations at Libsyn and the author of the book "Tricks of the Podcasting Masters. During the show, you'll learn how to improve iTunes Search Optimation, SEO, and how to drive traffic to your podcast. Find out ways to properly use ID3 tags and the truth about RSS feeds. Listen to the end for Rob's biggest SEO ninja trick.   PN2 Show Notes: Rob Walch’s Links: Podcast411.com Today in iOS Podcast The Feed: The Official Libsyn Podcast Rob@libsyn.com   Discussed: Podcast 101: Creating and Hosting an Audio Podcast 094 It's iTunes Podcasts, Banners and Sponsorship The Art of SEO - Mastering Search Engine Optimization   Rob Walch’s Podcasting Gear: Blue Yeti Pro   My Podcast Gear: AT2005USB Pop Filter Focusrite Scarlett 2i2   Time Stamps: 00:18 - Living in New York 01:24 - Why Rob Walch started podcasting 02:50 - How to start a podcast 04:12 - Libsyn, Blubrry, and Podbean 05:57 - ID3 tagging your audio 07:23 - Optimizing RSS feeds 08:10 - Duplicating content 09:43 - iTunes Search Optimization 13:06 - Marketing outside of iTunes 15:14 - Personalized podcast app 17:28 - Transcribing your podcast 19:35 - Driving traffic to your podcast 21:26 - Biggest SEO tip   Enjoy this episode? Share it with friends!   NOTE: If you purchase an item using my Amazon link, it provides me a small referral fee.
Johnny FD is the host of Travel Like a Boss and Invest Like a Boss podcasts. He is an entrepreneur and travel blogger who is currently traveling the world looking for ways to invest his passive income. During the show, you'll learn how to build a successful travel podcast and ways you can monetize your show. Find out how Johnny chooses and interview guests including why most travel bloggers and podcasters fail. Listen to the end for his Ninja tricks for those looking to start a podcast.   PN1 Show Notes: Links: Travellikeabosspodcast.com Investlikeaboss.com JohnnyFD.com   Discussed: How to Start Your Podcast: Blue Yeti vs. ATR-2100 vs. Samson Go Mic Earnestaffiliate.com   Johnny’s Podcast Gear: ATR2100 Pop Filter Focusrite Scarlett 2i2   My Podcast Gear: AT2005USB Pop Filter   Times Stamps: 02:40 - Why Johnny started traveling 06:38 - Starting a travel blog 07:55 - Johnny’s first podcast episode 10:37 - Podcast microphones and equipment 12:54 - Launching a new podcast 16:06 - Networking and finding guests 18:06 - Preparing for interviews 21:54 - Why most travel bloggers and podcasters fail 24:39 - Why Podcast Ninja? 29:50 - Sponsorships, advertisements, monetizing 38:57 - Ninja tricks to starting a podcast   Enjoy this episode? Share it with friends!   NOTE: If you purchase an item using my Amazon link, it provides me a small referral fee.
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