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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: March, 2008
Mar 31, 2008

Today I explain why you had an episode show up a few days early. I also explain that I'm not going to be speaker at the Expo in Las Vegas (but will be going to Podcamp Ohio www.podcampohio.com ).

I also talk about post dating Podcasts and the easy mistake you can make that will have things going out immediately (oops).

Dave Sholes got a free month at the School of Podcasting by sigining up for the Podcast Secrets preview call at www.secretswithdave.com

I also share some of the tips from out weekley roundtable at the School of Podcasting (www.schoolofpodcasting.com )

Mar 24, 2008

Today my friend Paul Colligan from Podcast Secrets is on the show. Paul is a full time podcast consultant and Internet Marketing guru. While we are all at work, Paul is out testing new technologies, new strategies, talking with other successful podcasters, and taking lots and lots of notes. Then once a year he offers a class (available at my partner link at www.secretswithdave.com ) where he reveals what he has learned.

Not sure if this call is for you? Then go to www.secretswithdave.com and find out about the call happening April 2nd (after April 2nd you can find out about the class) that gives you a preview of the information that they will be covering. This way you can decide if this class is for you. You see, Paul doesn't want you if you're not serious. This is for people looking to make a six figure income from Podcasting. He is going to be telling you how people ARE DOING THIS now (not how this might work, or this should be tired, this is how people are doing this in 2008).

So if you're interested sign up for the call at www.secretswithdave.com and send me confirmation and I wil lgive you a free month at the School of Podcasting. If you sign up for the class, I will give you a free year at the School of Podcasting.

Mar 17, 2008

Show #129 originating from www.schoolofpodcasting.com

Today we get the answers from last week's poll about USB interfaces and using Audacity.

Thanks to:

Joe from www.onthepodcast.net
Anthony from www.diabeticincandyland.com 
Mike from www.mikeshotdish.com
Warren from http://pewpodcast.podomatic.com
Terry from http://quiettimepodcast.com/wp and http://oldcootcast.com
Larry from http://goinglinux.com
Sally from http://www.podcastasylum.com
Daryl from http://www.poddog.ca/suburbia 
Jay from www.jayjennings.com creator of Cloak and Tracker

75% use a USB interface
75% use Audacity.

Most feel Audacity is stable, and people using USB microphones seemed to lve them while people using USB interfaces seem to find them a bit of a hassle (especially if this is on your main unit).

Items mentioned:

Blue Snowball USB mic $99
Samson CO1 USB Mic $90
Alesis MultiMix 8 USB Mixer $149
Alesis Podcast Mic (comes with mic, heaphones, software) $99
Behringer UCA202 USB Interface (connect from your mixers tape out) $30
Zoom H2 Portable Recorder $199
Behringer USB Podcast Kit (includes mic, headphones, mixer, usb interface, software) $100
Rode Dynamic USB Podcaster Mic $230

NEXT WEEK
Rich Harrington and Mike Weiser authors of the book "Producing Video Podcasts." Buy it at amazon.com


Mar 10, 2008

In a recent "Roundtable" at the School of Podcasting where members from the School of Podcasting get together and share tips and insights into all things podcasting we go to talking about using USB interfaces. People loved their USB microphones, but it seemed to be a trend of people getting USB interfaces, and then not use them.

Also, back in 2005 people that used Audacity often had an "Audacity crashed" story. That was a while ago, and Audacity has been upgraded and I'm looking to see if it is indeed more stable (as I haven't heard a story about Audacity in a while).

Please CLICK HERE to take the quick survey (using wufoo.com ) and let us know about your experience with USB devices and Audacity.

Also we are running low on Podcast Promos at www.podcastpromoshow.com

Thanks in advance and next week I'll tell you what I learn.

Sites Mentioned
www.podcastvoicemail.com

www.wufoo.com
www.sleddogpodcast.com
www.a1artistspotlight.com

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