Podcasting is a great tool to use to get the word out about your product or service. The only thing that podcasting requires is time, energy, and a way to record your podcast. Podcasting can also help to solidify your status as an expert in your field.
For my numbers folks, here’s some podcasting stats for you. 70 million Americans are familiar with Podcasting. 165 million Americans have listened to a podcast. 22% of Americans listen to a Podcast weekly. (stats came from musicoomph)
Podcasting is simple to become involved with for anybody who
wishes to produce a podcast. The first necessity (after getting a microphone) is to find a service to set up your podcast.
Your best bet is to utilize a service like Anchor.fm. You can use this from a phone, computer, or tablet.
It is best to register a domain and find a host for your podcast at some point. This way you don’t have to worry about losing your podcast if the podcast host decides to stop hosting podcasts.
Another good site to start your podcast is www.soundcloud.com
Podcasting is a great way to get your message out there.
It’s easy to set up a podcast.
If you want more information about podcasting, be sure to pick up a copy of the Podcaster’s Kit by Dan Morris by clicking on the following link. Podcaster’s Kit You will get access to 50 courses designed to help you get started with Podcasting. You’ll also get access to 3 networks to help you get booked as a guest on other people’s podcasts.