Where To Host, Syndicate, Share, Optimize, And Promote Your Podcast

Reading Time: 10 minutes Last year was the year podcasting exploded in popularity. In fact, 21% of Americans over the age of 12 have said they listened to a podcast in the last month, which has steadily increased year over year from the 12% share in 2008 and I only see this number continue to grow. So have you decided to start your own podcast? Well, there are a few things to consider first – where you will host

How to Use A Zoom Meeting to Record A Remote Guest On Your Podcast in Separate Tracks

Reading Time: 2 minutes I can’t tell you all the tools that I’ve used or subscribed to in the past to record podcast interviews remotely – and I had problems with all of them. It didn’t matter how good my connectivity was or the quality of the hardware… intermittent connectivity issues and audio quality almost always made me toss the podcast. The last decent tool that I used was Skype, but adoption of the application wasn’t widespread so my

Podcasting Continues to Grow in Popularity and Monetization

Reading Time: 3 minutes We’ve got about 4 million downloads of 200+ episodes of our marketing podcast to date, and it continues to grow. So much so that we invested in our podcast studio. I’m actually in the design phases of a new studio that I may be relocating to my home since I find myself either participating or running so many podcasts. From its humble beginnings in 2003, podcasting has become an unstoppable force in content marketing and

Anchor: Free, Easy, Mobile-Friendly Podcasting

Reading Time: 2 minutes With Anchor, you can fully launch, edit, and manage your podcast right from your phone or desktop. Anchor is completely free to use with no storage limits. Users can capture all their audio with the Anchor mobile app or upload it from your dashboard online. Combine as many segments as you want into an episode (e.g., your theme song, an intro, an interview with a guest, and some listener messages), without having to do any