Do You Visit Podcaster's Websites?
Bryan from Profitcastuniverse.com comes on board and brings his infectious energy. Dave and Bryan talk about how some catch phrases start by accident.
Many podcasts I listen to I find in iTunes, and I never visit their website. Do you visit podcasters websites on a regular basis. In some cases if they give you a reason and have good show notes and there is content that needs notes. Pat Flynn of SmartPassiveIncome.com writes notes that you could use to pass a test.
Is there such a thing as too detailed a show notes? Is it just a matter of giving value no matter what form.
He did a show that was tough to schedule and find content.
Henry won the contest and sent in a thank you.
A listener made his first skype call and was amazed.
You can start a podcast with the sole purpose of just wanting to have fun.
Dave considers Brian's podcast a "journey" podcast.
Brian got lots of feedback on an episode where he really shared some behind the scenes thoughts.
Brian is using AKG 240 Headphones
Howard Stern side-kick has his own podcast. The interesting thing is he was offered a show on Sirius XM and turned it down to start a podcast that is available for $7 a month at http://www.artiequitter.com/
The Starbucks podcast was one of the worst.
A free tool to play sounds http://www.jinglepalette.com/
Brian loves getting crazy show, and he's not a fan of the "recap" show. He does the Arrow Squad Podcast.
The importance of stories. Check out intro machine.
If it's just you, you can use something like Mixlr.com or Spreaker.com and use a mixlr and plug your cell phone into the mixer.
When you add an additional person on Skype you might be able to use a Skype in number. Then send the sound out of your computer into Mixlr.com or Spreaker.com
The more people you add, the complex it gets.
It is tricky, an if you are new to podcasting I don't recommend going live at first. Get the equipment down and then mix in live later.
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