Do's and Don'ts
Consider following these simple podcasting tips to get the
most from your podcast and make it stand out from other podcasts
in the crowd.
The co-founder of Blogger, Twitter, and Medium explains
the importance of obsessing over one thing at a time.
Reasons Your Blog Needs a Podcast
I think that many bloggers out there could benefit from
and would really enjoy having a podcast – and I am not the
only one with this opinion. At NMX 2013, Peder Aadahl, Dustin
Hartzler, P.J. Jonas, and Jenn Swanson spoke on this very topic,
with their panel presenting ten reasons why every blogger should
have a podcast.
Reasons Bloggers Should Podcast
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Podcasting Award Winners
Announcing the 2012
Podcasting Award Winners
Best Video Podcast: The Young Turks
Business: Manager Tools
Comedy: WTF with Marc Maron
Cultural Arts: The Moth
Education: Grammar Girl
Entertainment: Rob Has a Podcast
Food and Drink: The Beerists
Gaming: The Rooster Teeth Podcast
General: Internet Box Podcast
GLBT: Throwing Shade
Health & Fitness: The Mental Illness Happy Hour
Mature: Savage Love
Movies & Film: Spill
Podsafe Music: Coverville
Politics & News: The Majority Report
Religion: Ardent Atheist
Science: The Skeptic’s Guide to the Universe
Sports: ESPN Fantasy Focus Football
Technology: The Audacity to Podcast
Travel: WDW Radio
Best Produced: Best of the Left
People’s Choice: ESPN Fantasy Focus Fotball.
Carolla Being Sued By Former Producer
Adam Carolla, host of the most downloaded podcast in the
world and a recent addition to the Fox News Channel, is being
sued by his former producer Donny Misraje for allegedly breaking
their partnership agreement without cause.
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It is no secret that new and social media are important
marketing tactics for small businesses in 2013. While
new media encompasses video, podcasting, blogging and mobile
media, social media is about the conversations that occur in
comments and updates on these platforms and others like Twitter,
Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn. Businesses that want to stay
relevant and be seen as leaders in their industries in 2013
must have an active presence in the majority of these platforms,
but many are still dragging their heels.
The podcast has grown in popularity, especially where small
business podcasts are concerned, and as the many challenges
and struggles facing entrepreneurs grow, they turn to their
successful peers for answers on how to battle in the minefield
that is todays market.
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Podcasting Pet Peeves
All of the shows on The Ambitious Entrepreneur Podcast Network
focus specifically on business. The show hosts are themselves
entrepreneurs and small business owners who are passionate about
all things related to business.
Personal Audio LLC is attempting to target content creators
directly, starting with a new patent infringement case in Texas
against one of iTunes biggest podcasters, Adam Carollas Ace
According to Small Biz Trends and eMarketer, podcast audiences
will grow in 2013.
A predicted 37.6 million people are going to be downloading
podcasts every month, which is more than double the 2008 statistic.
All types of brands are podcasting- from Rachel Ray, to NPR,
Predictions for Podcasting in 2013
Predictions for Podcasting in 2013
1. More Money
2. More Advertising
3. The Rich Will Get Richer
4. New Shows & Innovation
5. The Audience Will Continue to Rule
6. Ventures Beyond Podcasting
Reasons You Should Podcast in 2013
1. Be seen as an expert.
2. You will be seen as reliable when your produce on a regular
3. Loyal Audiences.
4. More Sales – More Leads
5. Bigger Audience
Excellent Reasons Your Church Should Podcast
Top 5 Reasons A Church Should Podcast:
1. To Make Your Message Global
2. For Members Who Couldn’t Make the Service -Or Want
to Listen Again
3. For Members to Share with Others
4. To Showcase Your Teaching Style
5. To Create a Permanent -And Always Accessible- Archive
Podcasters Share Podcasting Lessons Learned in 2012
Adapt, learn, and be willing to embrace change, that seems
to be the way that podcasters will continue to succeed and inspire
in the world of podcasting.
If you think once you know how to podcast you won’t ever need
to change the way that you do what you do then you are in for
a world of frustration, and perhaps defeat.
Another fantastic perception about these lessons is that there
is no one way to podcast and there is no one workflow. The more
podcasters produce and the more open they stay to new technologies
the clearer and more individual their workflow becomes.
Above the Competition in 2013
Clients have a lot of choices. And it just is
not other lawyers anymore. Companies like LegalZoom,
Rocket Lawyer, and other non-attorney online legal services
providers will just continue to grow. I have had
attorneys tell me they are not in competition with such providers. Keep
telling yourself that…people want their legal problem solved,
most won’t care who does it, as long as the problem gets taken
So, with all the competition how can you stand out? Here
are three ideas that can help you rise to the top:
Mohr Podcast Story
Comedian Jay Mohr got tired of waiting around for acting
work, so he decided to keep himself busy with a podcast. His
Mohr Stories has become one of iTunes most downloaded
podcasts - attracting big names such as Charlie Sheen, Jay Leno
and Rufus Wainwright. It averages 1 million downloads monthly
and is also available as an app for Apple and Android devices.
On the show, he generally interviews comedians and
The move has paid off for the actor, who is best known for his
roles in Jerry McGuire and on Saturday Night Live. On Wednesday
he starts a new gig as the midday host for Fox Sports Radio.
And he co-stars in the upcoming film The Incredible Burt Wonderstone
with Jim Carrey and Steve Carell.
Reasons to Podcast
Podcasts are easier to produce than other types of content
such as videos. Set up can be tough, but once the initial set
up is done, it’s much easier than video!
Podcasting helps you build a personal connection with your listeners.
People can listen to podcasts while they are busy doing something
else such as driving or exercising.
Podcasts help to build authority and establish yourself as an
It is easy to involve others in your podcast
Podcasts appeal to auditory learners; not everyone learns well
Podcasts help you to build an entirely new audience.
A podcast adds variety to your blog.
People have good reasons to promote your podcast.
Podcasts are a great way to answer your audiences questions