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School Of Podcasting

Established in 2005 if you want to learn about podcasting this is the show for you. It's been described by many as the most entertaining and unique of all the "Podcast About Podcasting." Dave Jackson gets to the point and talks about podcasting. This could ways to plan a successful launch that will get you ranking high in iTunes, finding the best gear on a budget, developing content that leaves people wanting more. He has been helping people understand technology and has been called "The Analogy King." His style is "edutainment" and you will always walk away with useful knowledge and insights. Dave Jackson is the original, and if you don't like the first episode you hear - give him two more and he'll change your mind.
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Now displaying: September, 2006
Sep 25, 2006

Dave talks the upcoming expo in Ontario California and why should be ready to take advantage of the opportunity. It's humour cast as Dave is really, really tired.

We also talk about getting feedback from friends on your podcast.

We also have a "Last 5 in 5" from Paul at the Technobabel Podcast
http://www.technobabelshow.com/  his last 5 in are:

School of Podcasting (this site - thank you...)
Cranky Geeks ( www.crankygeeks.com )
DLTV with Patrick Norton ( www.dl.tv )
Geeks on God (www.geeksongod.com )
Media Moment (Salvation Army at www.mediamoment.blogspot.com )

Dave explains how to call a regular phone with Skype.

Other sites Dave is involved with
www.todayinpodcast.com (With Gary and Rob)
www.musicnewspodcast.net (Real People, Real News, Real Sarcasm)
www.podcastclicks.com (banner exhcange program - free promotion)
www.musicianscooler.com (Music Marketing For Bands)
www.podcastingshirts.com

Sep 18, 2006

Dave has been track EXCATLY how long it takes to make a podcast. This includes:

Researching stories
Organzing show notes for recording
Recorind the Podcast
Editing mp3 tags
Uploading the mp3
Creating the Show notes

It turns out that based on my last 7 podcasts, you spend 4 minutes for every 1 minute of podcast. For example this podcast is about 10 minutes in length. As I type these show notes I'm at the 34 minute mark.

OK BIG DEAL?

Well, sometimes we get caught up in how fun podcasting is and we want to start another one before realizing that if we do a 15 minute podcast 4 times a week, that 4 HOURS of show production required. In some cases, you end up skimping on preparing good quality content, and then ALL your shows suffer.

Just Dave's way of saying, "Maybe you should think about it before starting another podcast."

See you at the Expo

 

Sep 11, 2006

Dave reminds people about Podshow Music Rewind. It's very easy to cross promote your pdocast in front of other music lovers. Check out their submission form RIGHT HERE

Last 5 In 5 from Alan Lew of Travelography (www.podcasternews.com )

Amateur Travler Podcast (http://amateurtraveler.com/ )
Smart City (http://www.smartcityradio.com/ )
Ken Radio (???)
Slashdot Review (http://slashdotreview.com/ )
Slate Magazine (http://www.slate.com/id/2119317/ )

Talkshoe.com a Discussion From "Today in Podcasting" (www.todayinpodcasting.com )

Dave's BOO YAH tip from Big Al Wagner of www.projectstudionetwork.com

Sep 4, 2006

Dave talks about supporting listeners comments from a Customer Service stand point. He also points out a hidden trick that "regular" radio uses to get people to call in.

Enjoy your holiday (the last 5 in 5 will return next week).

 

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