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A Podcasting Blog from Podcasting Tools - Daily Podcasting News and Information for Podcasters and Listeners.

Daily Podcasting Blog and news related to podcasting, RSS, podcast news and aggregation. Information related to podcasts are added on a daily business and cover the gamut, from new podcast product announcements, podcast directories, marketing for podcasters and much, much more.

05/28/2018 Podcast Augments The Radio Star, Nielsen Finds Medium Still Tops Weekly Reach
Audio media -- both conventional radio broadcasting and digital formats, including podcasting -- remains one of the most pervasive forms of media used by Americans, according to Nielsens just-released Audio Today Report.

In terms of weekly reach, radio actually ranks the highest among the major media tracked by Nielsen, reaching 93% of the adult population, vs. only 88% for TV, 83% for smartphones, 50% for computers, 47% for TV-connected devices, and 37% for tablets.

Put another way, the report estimates that radio reaches 270 million Americans (6+) each week.

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05/25/2018 Five Processing Considerations to Keep in Mind
The technology of audio processing now encompasses a wide range of types developed to suit the various transmission platforms available to broadcasters. Mike Erickson, systems and support engineer and all-around hands-on processing guru at Wheatstone Corp., breaks these choices down into what are basically five categories: AM broadcasting, FM broadcasting, HD broadcasting, web streaming and podcasting.

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05/23/2018 How to Be Featured on a Podcast in Your Industry
The podcast industry is a booming one. A decade ago, podcasts were a niche addition to your audio library on your mobile device. However, the number of people who regularly listen to podcasts has increased dramatically, especially in the past five years.

According to Edison Research, an estimated 36 percent (98 million) of Americans more than 12 years of age said they have listened to a podcast before in 2016. Additionally, the same report added that an estimated 21 percent (57 million) of Americans over 12 listen to podcasts on at least a monthly basis.

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05/21/2018 Podomatic sees growth in podcasting
Podcast hosting platform, Podomatic, sees growth in podcasts created by independent podcasters.

The growth in podcasting is attributed to several reasons:

For one, podcasts are growing in importance. More listeners are interested in podcasts.

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05/18/2018 Nielsen Podcasting Insights: A Marketers Guide to Podcasting–How Avid Podcasters Influence Purchasing Patterns
A lot can change in a year, and podcasts are a perfect example of this. The medium saw a significant growth in engagement from 2016 to 2017. As a result, podcasts are becoming a darling of advertisers, as well as a trusted source for brands looking to reach consumers. But are podcasts driving results?

The report also looks at three new product categories from Nielsen’s Fanlinks Survey: Juice, Milk, and Cereal. These are mainstream products that nearly all U.S. consumers buy on a frequent basis, just the kind of brand-level advertisers that the medium of podcasting needs to attract! The report also looks at the increasing role of smartphones in podcast usage along with a summary of Nielsen’s brand lift studies conducted specifically for podcast networks. Nielsens Media lab also looked at podcast increase in purchase intent for a variety of advertisers, including personal care, financial services, and recruitment sectors.

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05/16/2018 The power of podcasting: SEO keyword angles
Once you are booked on a podcast, brush up on the host’s website, bio and about page.

Listen to recent podcast episodes so you can get a feel for the types of questions being asked, learn a little bit about the host and ask about audience demographics. You have an opportunity to speak with someone who is going to listen to you for 20 or 30 minutes of their time — you must make an impression!

Before the podcast interview, the host or one of their representatives will typically contact you to chat about what they want to cover on the podcast. If they don’t reach out to you, you should contact them and ask if you can schedule a time to talk about what they would like to discuss on the show.

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05/14/2018 How to Introduce Podcasting to the Journalism Classroom
I love new trends in broadcasting, and nothing is hotter today than podcasting, those episodic audio or video programs available for download by an audience.

Despite terrestrial radios consistent hold on listeners, podcasting has seen an ever-present increase of listeners with 21-24 percent growth year-over-year. Can you believe the largest growth is coming from the age 18-34 demographic?

When we see a media gaining ground in culture, it is the right moment to invest a staff’s time and resources into becoming prolific in that medium, and that’s what we have done at Ritenour High School to build students skills and their confidence as journalists.

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05/12/2018 Netflix For Podcasts Looks Doubtful Despite Steadily Growing Listenership
We are in a golden age for podcasts. Nowadays listeners can choose among a seemingly infinite variety of quality, professionally produced podcasts that cater to every interest imaginable. The latest market research says that listenership has reached true mainstream media levels. Serious corporate and venture money is flooding the space. But are those investors going to see a return, and will the golden age continue?

Earlier this month, Edison Research and Triton Digital released their annual Infinite Dial research study, a highly regarded and influential resource for everyone in the digital audio market.

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05/10/2018 Podcastings New World: Groupies, Stage Fright and Sold-Out Shows
The most popular podcasts now draw millions of listeners, and their hosts and producers are capitalizing on that connection by taking their shows on the road.

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05/08/2018 Is Creating Your Own Podcast Actually Worth It?
Podcasting is growing fast, and you can get in easily: There’s minimal equipment to buy, no gatekeepers to hold you back or complicated software to learn, no $200-million budgets necessary. A mere $200 will suffice if you have an interesting idea for a show and a quick wit, if you work hard and keep your expectations low.

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05/06/2018 Best Microphones for Podcasting
Whether you are a beginner starting from scratch or a current podcaster looking to upgrade their gear, yo will find something for you on our list of some of the best podcast microphones on the market.

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05/04/2018 Branded Podcasts Are The Ads People Actually Want To Listen To
Podcasts are becoming big business not only for creators, but for advertisers. Podcast advertising is on track to hit more than $220 million in 2017, up 85% from 2016. And now that Apple Podcasts is delivering analytics on listeners, advertisers can rest assured that listeners are paying attention. NPR says it’s found that 75% of listeners took action on a sponsored message.

Midroll, the podcast content company owned by radio and TV operator The E.W. Scripps Co., has collected their own survey data and found that podcast listeners make it through about 90% of a given episode, and relatively few are skipping through ads. To make sure that listeners are truly engaged, though, more companies are turning to branded podcasts, full series produced to amplify a brand’s story, and find an audience of like-minded folks delivered free to consumers.

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05/02/2018 How to Start Your Own Podcast
The podcast industry has not slowed down since it became massively popular several years ago. Unlike radio, this online form of audio broadcasting allows listeners from all around the world to tune in to or download thousands of podcasts with just their computer, mobile application, or portable media player. At the same time, it gives thousands of podcasters the opportunity to speak their mind about anything under the sun, gain a sizeable audience, and possibly earn a couple of bucks on the side.

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04/30/2018 Podcasts: The new audio frontier
The podcast playground has matured into a serious business over the last 12 months. From Nine to News Corp, Pedestrian to Mamamia, and Southern Cross Austereo to Nova, media companies are throwing their hats in the ring, chasing the next hot medium and the ad dollars it promises.

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04/28/2018 5 Podcast Pluses for E-Commerce SMBs
Podcasting is one of the hottest media trends in the last several years. Almost everyone, it seems, has a podcast these days. Should e-commerce business owners jump on this bandwagon? Can podcasting really boost the bottom line?

If you do decide to make a podcast, do your best to make it exceptional. That means having good audio quality, excellent content, a unique voice, and a strong sense of audience and purpose.

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04/26/2018 Eight Questions To Ask Yourself Before Starting A Podcast
It seems there is a podcast for every professional interest out there, from broad topics like entrepreneurship and career advancement to niche subjects like agile development and software as a service. With 67 million Americans tuning into podcasts each month, theres a growing potential to reach your customers through this medium.

With a decent microphone, audio editing software and a solid set of topics, just about anyone can start creating and distributing their own podcast.

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04/24/2018 Getting a Bigger Slice of the Pie for Podcasts
Webster noted that these are some clear indications that one of the primary places where podcasting will claim its share is from AM/FM radio. He also compared how these people talk about radio versus how they talk about podcasts.

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04/22/2018 Technology, Podcasting, Authenticity Celebrated at PubTechConnect
Podcasts and collaborative audio projects are becoming more prevalent in the classroom, thanks to technology that is constantly improving and the proliferation of smartphones and other mobile devices. Kids are learning on the go, and these evolving opportunities must meet them where they live—on the devices that are always at their fingertips.

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04/20/2018 Are your students podcasting yet?
From products to process to ideas, here's all you need to bring podcasting into your classroom

Podcasts and collaborative audio projects are becoming more prevalent in the classroom, thanks to technology that is constantly improving and the proliferation of smartphones and other mobile devices. Kids are learning on the go, and these evolving opportunities must meet them where they live—on the devices that are always at their fingertips.

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04/18/2018 Pros & Cons of including podcasts to your content marketing strategy in 2018
Gone are the days when broadcast radio and television were the only means marketers used to reach out to their audiences. Today, podcasting has gradually developed into a new platform for storytelling.

An average user spends more than 20 minutes in listening to a podcast. This is one of the most influential motives to incorporate podcasting as part of your content marketing approach. It gives you the prospect of developing a deep relationship with your main audience.

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04/16/2018 Podcasts On Multiple Platforms
More than a few podcasts originate as live shows before being adapted for the Internet. Some are produced live, then digitized into podcast format. Others start live, then move into a studio where they are produced as episodic podcasts.

You may know about The Moth, a live audience, stand-up, notes-free, true personal story-telling program featuring everyday folks, sometimes celebrities, whose tales are worth sharing. The Moth was born in the Deep South, on a screened-in patio (hence the moths), where friends would gather to exchange stories and entertain each other.

It morphed into a staged production, became a hot ticket in New York, then begat the very popular public radio show, The Moth Radio Hour

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04/14/2018 Ad spend triples as media agencies back podcasts
Podcast fanfare has shifted media buyer behaviour as agencies act on the trend and triple spend in audio streaming advertising.

According to the latest IAB Australia’s Audio Advertising State of the Nation research, the number of media agencies using podcast advertising regularly has nearly tripled in the last year.

Interest in podcasts rapidly swelled last year as publishers, brands and radio networks jumped into podcasting with both feet. From monetisation advancements, such as dynamic ad insertion, to creating bespoke sponsored podcasts, the hype has been at an all time high for some time.

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04/12/2018 The rise of voice technologies means new opportunities for podcasting
In its Smart Audio Report early this year, NPR and Edison Research found that one in six Americans own at least one voice-activated smart speaker, up a whopping 128 percent over last year. So it’s no surprise then that as the popularity of voice assistants soars, podcasting is getting a boost in its already meteoric rise.

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04/10/2018 Everything You Need To Know To Start Your Own Podcast, According To The ProsX
We are in the midst of a podcast revolution. From journalistic storytelling like 99% Invisible and Serial to interview-style shows like The Jordan Harbinger Show, podcasting is more popular than ever.

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04/08/2018 The Power Of Podcasting To Fight The Patriarchy
Like much of media, podcasting is dominated by male voices. Although women make up nearly half of all podcast listeners, the vast majority of podcasts are led by men. As of this writing, only 21 of the top 100 podcasts on iTunes are hosted by women, and nine have women co-hosts.

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04/06/2018 Advertisers Were Slow to Embrace the Web, and They Are Doing It Again With Podcasts
There are some striking similarities between the internet 20 years ago and podcasting today. In 1997, there were 70 million internet users worldwide. Today, there are 67 million monthly podcast listeners. In 1997, $906 million was spent on internet advertising. Today, $243 million is spent on podcast advertising, which is expected to double by 2020. What ties these parallel storylines together? Measurement.

The internet as it was and podcasting as it is have met similar crossroads. Both mediums grew at an unexpected, if not unprecedented pace, and where there’s an audience, there’s a buck to be made. Advertisers sought to capitalize on those opportunities, reaching new captive audiences, but there was a lag between audience growth and the advertising dollars that eventually came.

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04/04/2018 Explain the Content of Podcasts, Not the Technology
One sure sign that NAB is right around the corner is the release by Edison Research and Triton Digital of the latest edition of Infinite Dial. The report is always crammed with the latest insights on consumer behaviors as they relate to media and technology in America. You can bet it will be discussed and dissected at length in Las Vegas next month.

This year, the highlights of the report were presented by Edison’s Senior Vice President Tom Webster during a one-hour Facebook Live broadcast on March 8. The focus was podcastings share of speech.

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04/02/2018 Podcasts should be recognized as legitimate form of entertainment
Television, music and movies are typically the main channels that come to mind when one thinks of entertainment, but that should no longer be the case.

The advent of the digital age has led to a rise in content outside of typical mediums, and just because this content is different does not mean it should be viewed as a lesser form of entertainment.

One such medium is the podcast, which is basically a digital audio show that can easily be downloaded to a phone or computer from a variety of sources. The first ever podcast was released by Christopher Lydon in 2003, according to The Guardian. Podcasts, however, have only lately gained massive audiences thanks to newer services and products provided by companies like Apple and Spotify.

More than 60 million American homes listened to podcasts in 2017, according to Nielsen. This is a culmination of podcasting’s steady rise in popularity throughout the past decade.

Such a phenomenon clearly coincides with the general increase in digital media consumption that is a result of the current digital age.

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03/31/2018 How to listen to podcasts at home and on the go
The Basics to Subscribe:

1. On your iPad or iPhone

Open the Apple Podcasts app.
Search for USA TODAY and select your preferred podcast from the list of results.
Once you are on the page of the podcast of your choosing, click the Subscribe button to have new episodes of that podcast automatically sent to your phone or tablet for free.

2. On your Android phone or tablet

Open the Google Play Music app
Search for USA TODAY and select your preferred podcast from the list of results.
Once you are on the page of the podcast of your choosing, click the Subscribe button to have new episodes of that podcast automatically sent to your phone or tablet for free.

3. On your Amazon Echo

Go to alexa.amazon.com or open the Amazon Alexa app on Android or iOS.
Go to Settings and select Flash Briefing
Click Get more Flash Briefing content
Search for USA TODAY and click on the link for the feed.
Click Enable Skill to add USA TODAY, or other sources, to your Flash Briefing.
Activate your device by saying, Alexa, what's in the news? or Alexa, play my Flash Briefing. Those are just two of several ways you can access your Flash Briefing every day.

USA Today is simply an example you can subscribe to other podcasts the same way!!!

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03/29/2018 Experimental Sound Makers and Podcasters Unite at Brooklyns On Air Fest
When it comes to finding new forms of creative expression, there’s certainly something in the air these days. Or, more specifically on the air. Over the past decade, podcasting—once a niche and nerdy enterprise—has evolved into a mainstream media megalith generating an estimated $200 million in ad revenue annually.

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03/27/2018 How To Jumpstart Your Online Profile With A Podcast
With the best will in the world, even if you started a blog today, it would take months if not years for you to grow an audience of readers. That’s if you don’t run out of steam first. Even as far back as the blogging hey-days of 2009, the New York Times released data showing that 95% of blogs were abandoned. It is not surprising. Writing well is not something everyone can do (despite what many business leaders think about their blogs). An even greater barrier is the time they take to make. Given that research from BuzzSumo now shows it’s long-form content (3000+ word articles) that are more likely to get shared - that’s a big time commitment.

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03/25/2018 It is All In Your Head: The One-Way Intimacy Of Podcast Listening
I did what I always do, with a newly discovered podcast paramour: I binged. I tore through their archive, devouring episode after episode, moving steadily backward through time — Benjamin Buttoning like a goggling fiend.

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03/23/2018 Podcast Listeners Really are the Holy Grail Advertisers Hoped For
The public radio producer had started a podcast as a side project in early 2017, and the exploration of her experience as a Pakistani-American immigrant had taken off faster than she had ever imagined, making its way to the top 50 in the Society & Culture category on Apples Podcasts chart and attracting some big-name advertisers. But the same question that has long plagued many podcasters nagged at the back of Eucephs head: Were people actually listening all the way through her show? Were the midroll ads that played throughout an episode breaking up the narrative? When she finally got detailed data on how people listened to Beginner, would she have to rethink the way she structured her show?

Since the beginning of the current podcast boom, often attributed to 2014’s Serial, data on how people listen to podcasts has remained woefully scarce, even as advertising spending climbed to an estimated $220 million in 2017.

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03/21/2018 Podcasting Is the New Soft Diplomacy
My friend Lynne Haultain is one of the smartest Australians I know. A dark-haired former radio host, she can boil down just about any complicated subject to a single, delicious epigram. So not long ago, when she told me her theory of the media and globalism and Donald Trump, my ears shot up like Tom Friedmans. Podcasting,  Haultain said, is the new soft diplomacy.

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03/19/2018 The Podcasting Explosion
The impact of technology on how we consume information cannot be understated.

The most seismic shift has been to the media landscape as platforms like Facebook overtake traditional channels of news, distribution, and advertising. Not only does this put incumbent news conglomerates in an unenviable position, but it has also thrust tech companies into the reluctant role of the gatekeeper for society’s most important news and information.

While people may be divided on whether this is good or bad, there is another major change stemming from technology that is more clean cut in having a positive effect on consumers. The internet has allowed the news and content we consume to migrate away from centralized and capital-intensive sources (radio shows, cable TV), opening up many new and digestible formats of storytelling that were never before imaginable.

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02/26/2018 Podcast convention makes stars of radio hosts
I had intended to visit the first PodCon, a conference for fans and makers of podcasts, but it seemed I had blundered into a casting call of extras for an upcoming film about the space program or crime-fighting mathematicians. So many of my fellow bespectacled white men, ages 25-40, surrounded me that I felt like the penguin in this classic Far Side comic.

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02/23/2018 The Value of Podcasts
According to Brendan Regan, VP of Content & Partnerships at podcasting platform audioBoomm, for NewsWeek, when you pass someone with earbuds in you have to wonder, is it music they’re playing or is it the latest episode of their favorite podcast? More than a third of Americans have listened to podcasts (112 million) vs. fifteen percent of Americans listen to a podcast weekly, loyally following the tales of their favorite voices.

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02/21/2018 Is it time to add podcasting to your marketing mix?
If 2017 was the year of video marketing, is 2018 the year of the podcast? On the brink of a fresh podcast series. Barb Mosher Zinck weighs the options – and explains how podcasting can fit into the marketing mix.

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02/19/2018 Spotifys Unusual IPO Model Will Test The Companys Strength
Spotify, the popular music streaming service, will officially take the company public this spring and is planning a very unconventional IPO that has investors talking.

With Spotifys IPO, the narrative so far has been that this is yet another tech company innovating and disrupting investment banking. But that image is starting to erode.

Typically with IPOs, the company going public hires a big investment bank to both issue new shares and then go out and sell them. But Spotify plans to simply list its shares on the New York Stock Exchange and let them trade.
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02/16/2018 3 reasons having a podcast is a no-brainer in real estate
We are on the cusp of the audio revolution, which is going to blow video marketing out of the water. Why? Because audio content such as podcasts and audiobooks allow us to multitask in a world where we seem to never have enough time.

Video marketing took off because it was easier to consume than the written word. However, many videos require you to stop what you are doing and watch them. Audio only requires you to listen.

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02/14/2018 After 13 Years, Podcasting Has Finally Come Of Age For Corporations
Today you can open your smartphone, search for a podcast and play it instantly. Its now simple to find, subscribe, queue and listen to podcasts. That simplicity, combined with the ability to connect to apps or our mobile device via our commute, is increasing listenership significantly.

According to Edison Research, 24% of internet users listened to a podcast in the last month. Edison Research also reports more than one out of five listeners listen to three to five hours of podcasts per week. Bridge Ratings has called 2017 the breakout year for podcasting, reporting that 45% of light podcast listeners turn into weekly listeners year over year.

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02/12/2018 How Podcasting Hurts Preaching
Up until what seems like just yesterday, Christians had to show up in church to hear the sermon on Sunday morning.

It happened in real time, once a week. If you missed it, you might get the highlights from someone else, but if not, you had to wait until next time. Part of the motivation to get out the door each Sunday was getting to participate in a completely unrepeatable moment in time.

This is why churches need to rethink the recent trend in making sermons available online. Churches, like any other institution, cannot simply adopt the latest communication technology with impunity. There are profound consequences for doing simply what is possible and popular in our culture without considering what is prudent.

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02/09/2018 Spotify Has New Plan to Take on Radio and Reinvent Podcasts
Spotify, the worlds largest paid music service, will begin offering news and political coverage to lure listeners away from radio and podcasts from rival Apple Inc.

Eight companies, including BuzzFeed and Refinery29, have agreed to produce programming for the new initiative, called Spotlight. One of the first shows will be a four- to seven-minute daily newscast featuring reporting from BuzzFeed journalists across the globe. Spotlight will only be available to customers in the U.S. at first.

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02/07/2018 Ways Podcasters Can Gain More Listeners
Over the last few years, the podcasting culture has risen remarkably in India. With India going digital, the listeners are also growing tremendously. Not only it is easy to get started, but it also gives you the advantage of consuming the information differently. Many entrepreneurs utilize this powerful tool to grow their business potential. However, for a podcaster, to keep the audience engaged takes a lot of hard work. Thus, podcasters should always make sure that their content is more likeable.

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02/05/2018 An Insiders Guide To Podcasting: 9 Steps To Get Started Today
Podcasting is expanding as a broadcasting platform, and it’s not too late to get in the game. Top podcasters are reaching millions of people each month and monetizing their audiences to sustain thriving businesses.

When I first started my podcast, Unconventional Life, I knew nothing about podcasting. I stumbled into it with the help of Google and a willingness to learn through experience.

While I made just about every mistake in the book—from stumbling over my words to awkwardly stitching together my audio to cover up my dog barking—eventually I got it right.

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02/01/2018 The Best Podcasts of 2017
Since there is no form of mass communication with a lower bar of entry (with the exception of blogging), finding the best podcasts of 2017 is kind of an impossible task. But as the sheer number of podcasts out there has grown, so has the audience for them. Edison Research has found that 40% of Americans have listened to a podcast with almost a quarter having listened to a podcast in the previous month. iHeartMedia alone has more than 600 different shows, and NPR’s 41 shows have accounted for more than 100 million downloads.

Instead of combing the thousands of shows out there, we just want to highlight some of our favorite podcasts of 2017.

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01/30/2018 Politicians Are Bad at Podcasting
These days, it seems that everybody’s got a podcast, even members of Congress.

Senator Sherrod Brown of Ohio and Representative Sean Duffy of Wisconsin debuted their own podcasts this month, joining audio series begun earlier this year from Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont, Senator Heidi Heitkamp of North Dakota and Mayor Rahm Emanuel of Chicago.

The concept is a no-brainer: satisfy Americans’ seemingly insatiable thirst for political analysis from ready-made political stars with inside perspectives.

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01/27/2018 Here is Exactly How You Build A Seven Figure Podcast
Podcasting and spoken word audio has been all the rage these days with a number of influential entrepreneurs and online personalities such as Gary Vaynerchuk touting its potential. The central argument is that audio does not take up the full capacity of ones attention that video does, allowing the consumer to multitask. Podcast or audiobook listeners can be checking their email, browsing the web or even scroll through Instagram while digesting audio information the entire time.

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01/24/2018 Podcast Superlatives
In 2016, podcasts of every stripe had a decision to make: Address the worst aspects of 2016 head-on, or create artful distractions from same. This year, that pattern holds true.

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01/22/2018 10 Expert Tips to Make a Great Podcast for Your Small Business
Wailin Wong is one professional who has made use of podcasting for years. Wong is one of the hosts of Basecamps Rework podcast. And she has previously hosted another podcast for Basecamp called The Distance. So Wongs experience is not just about the logistics of running a podcast, but also about using the format as a way for businesses to communicate with their customers and target customers.

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