How to Start a Podcast the RIGHT Way (and Make it Successful) – 2019


How To Start Your Own Podcast
Joanna Patterson

Thanks for the article. This made me realize how much work is required to build a good podcast show .One of my major concerns is how to monetize it. I can’t expect to have a great audience at start. Searching on the web I found voxnest dynamo, a tool that places ads during podcast, with wich you earn based on number of downloads. The tool is free, so I am thinking about giving it a try. Anyone has any experience with it? Judgin on reviews and features, seems a really useful tool to use.

How to Make a Podcast
Luna Weems

Trim filler words and false starts: Once you’re editing, you’ll probably begin to notice just how often “um,” “uh,” and “like” make appearances, or how often speakers begin a sentence before they have a complete thought to share. It can help trim time (and make everybody sound more eloquent) to simply delete fillers and false starts altogether. Be mindful to preserve inflection, though. If the sentence flow sounds halted or unnatural, it’s better to leave it alone.

The 8-Step Process We Used to Start a Successful Podcast
Beverly Martinez

In this episode of Hubstaff’s Agency Advantage Podcast, I’m talking with Brian Casel (Twitter) of Audience Ops. Audience Ops helps businesses grow their audience, email list, and customer-base with done-for-you content marketing. From creating lead magnets to email marketing automation, to writing the blogs themselves, they do it all. Brian was on the 3rd episode…

How to Start a Podcast in 6 Seamless Steps
Lorrie Wenzel

Ashlee Anderson is a freelance writer, blogger and gig economy enthusiast who enjoys the freedom and flexibility of working remotely. After starting a note taking business in college, she’s continued to work for herself as a solopreneur ever since. Today, Ashlee continues to embrace solopreneurship and the endless possibilities to make money as an independent worker. She encourages others to ‘think outside the cubicle’ so they too can find happiness in working on their own terms. Follow along with Ashlee over at Work from Home Happiness  where she shares plenty of practical advice, ideas, and beginner-friendly ways for freelancers, solopreneurs, and remote workers to use their existing skills and experience to earn a living from home.

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