Want to start a podcast? Learn how to podcast by listening to these podcasts

I’ve found the following three podcasts are extremely helpful for newbie and wannabe podcasters: Podcasting for Coaches Britany Felix hosts this short show that walks any wannabe podcaster through the steps to launching a podcast. While she caters her message to coaches, the information she shares is easy to understand and simple enough for anyone…

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Save TONS of time typing with TextExpander

I use it to quickly respond to commonly-asked questions that have the exact same answer, I use it to bring up Google spreadsheets where I track my progress with each client’s podcast, and I use it to enter the same text that is used every time I upload a client’s episode to libsyn.

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Inexpensive Royalty-free Music Site Allows you to Easily Customize the Length of the Song

MelodyLoops.com sells good quality royalty-free music, but it’s their LongoLoops tool that makes it extremely valuable. You can make a song last 5 minutes or 30 minutes in just a few clicks using their LongoLoops tool.

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Skype Jitters? How to fix them QUICKLY

If you’ve ever recorded a Skype conversation then you’ve experienced Skype Jitters. A Skype Jitter is when the internet gets choppy and Skype hangs for a second – usually in the middle of a word. Watch *this video to see a quicker way to take care of the problem when editing:   *This video is…

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iTunes New and Noteworthy Charts are No Longer Updated

Are you trying to get into iTunes’ New & Noteworthy podcast charts? Stop wasting your time. Only the Comedy and News & Politics categories contain New or Noteworthy podcasts as of this writing (March 2018). Here is proof: THE SHOWS ARE NOT NEW The following is a screenshot I shared in FB on January 6,…

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