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How to Start Your Own Podcast

How to Start Your Own Podcast
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Social Media Etiquette & Ethics: A Guide for Personal, Professional & Brand Use. - Keith A. Quesenberry With 73% of the world’s Internet users active in social media, 83% of Fortune 500 companies with social media accounts and 92% of recruiters using social media to find candidates it is too important not to carefully consider your actions. Social media brings together our personal, professional and working lives in a way no other medium has before. How do we navigate this social landscape where our worlds collide and brands communicate like people in one-on-one conversations with consumers? Etiquette is the proper way to behave and Ethics studies ideas about good and bad behavior. Personal Social Use If you think what you do in social has to do only with your personal life, there are facts you should consider: 60% of employers use social sites to research job candidates, 41% say they use social networking sites to research current employees and 26% have found content online that caused them to reprimand or fire an employee. What about ranting? Is it all about me? Professional Social Use

The Most Comprehensive Podcast Tutorial Ever – How To Start A Podcast In Under 2 Hours When I first decided to start my own podcast, the benefits were already clear in my head. I already knew that having a podcast would expose me to an entirely new audienceI already knew what I wanted to say and how I was going to run itI already knew that that I wanted to get started as quickly as possible But here was the problem. I had no idea about the mechanics of how to start a podcast.I had no idea how to postprocess audio in order to make it sound great.I had no idea what equipment to buy. In addition, I did not want to pay someone $1000+ to teach me a bunch of extraneous info that I probably did not need. For example, I already had a platform and a voice at MyWifeQuitHerJob.com. That is why I created this tutorial. Why Is It Free? To be honest, my original plan when I first created this course was to charge $99 for it. I have been so blessed over the years for being a part of such an incredible blogging community that I decided to pay the community back and give it away for free.

How to Podcast: Four Basic Steps This podcast tutorial is broken down into four steps: Plan Produce Publish Promote Let's take a quick look at each section of the podcast tutorial. Plan Your Podcast I know you are probably anxious to press record and get your voice on the net. In the planning section I will raise a few questions for you to consider and help you make some important decisions about: We'll also talk about how to outline and plan each episode of your podcast before you record. Produce Your Podcast This is where you will open the mic and start talking (or whatever else you plan on doing in your podcast). We'll also learn how to record your podcast and create an MP3 file in the Audacity Tutorial. Publish Your Podcast Once you've created your first podcast, you need to prepare it for publishing and post it to the internet. Promote Your Podast Of course you'll want more listeners for your podcast. In this section we'll talk about how to find listeners for your podcast. Ready to get started? How to Plan Your Podcast >>

How To Make A Podcast: The Illustrated Guide - Buzzsprout More people are listening to podcasts than ever before. According to Edison Research, the number of Americans listening to a podcast each week has grown 120% over the past four years, and 90 million Americans listen to a podcast every month. As the audience for podcasts continues to grow, there has never been a better time to start a podcast for your business, brand, or a personal hobby. If you follow this guide, it will prime you to launch your own podcast and take advantage of this exciting new medium. What makes podcasts different? Podcasts are a great way to build a genuine connection with your audience. Instead of the fractured connection you make through social media, podcasts allow you to engage your audience with unique long-form content. There is a lot of unexplored space in the podcasting industry. That means for every podcast, there are 750 blogs and 29 YouTube channels. Step 1: Develop a podcast concept Podcasts are as varied as the people that create them. Name your podcast Audacity

Social Work Tech | Creating Your Digital Social Work Tool Box (or Social Work Tool Kit) Get excited The Need For Practicality Sometimes, we as social workers have very good interventions that are sitting in our notepads, filing cabinets, or books we have purchased. What if I told you that you could easily access some interventions quickly, easily, and without distraction? Today, I’m going to show you how to begin to pull all of your resources together into one central location: your Social Work Tool Box Read More about how to make your own Digital Social Work Tool Box, after the break! What You’ll Need (and What’s Optional) You really don’t need anything other than your computer desktop to create your Social Work Tool Box. If you want to make your Social Work Tool Box mobile, then I have some app recommendations. Dropbox [FREE!] A magical app that EVERYONE should get! Dropbox is a free service that allows you to sync your files online and across computers (and other mobile devices). GoodReader for iPad ($4.99) [iTunes Link] Goodreader + Dropbox = OMG! Interventions Like this:

Inspired By Serial, Teens Create Podcasts As A Final Exam In the months leading up to the final exam, 10th grade teacher Alexa Schlechter struggled. She’s an English teacher — an educator of stories told through the written word. But instead of focusing solely on classic books read in the 10th grade, she and her students at Norwalk High School in Connecticut were immersed in a teenage story about murder, set in the 1990s, detailed in blog posts, communicated in audio: Serial, the hit podcast from the producers of This American Life. After spending months listening to Serial and talking about it as a class, a two-hour sit-down final seemed pointless, irrelevant and an inaccurate gauge of all the learning that had taken place throughout the year. While driving to school one day, thinking about Serial host Sarah Koenig’s frustrating evolution over the course of the series, Schlechter had what she calls an “aha moment.” “’You’ve lost your mind,’” Schlechter recalls her students saying when she introduced the assignment. Linda Flanagan

How to Start a Podcast: Step by Step This guide holds your hand through every single step around How to Start a Podcast. Including planning for success, top-quality equipment, recording, editing, publishing and growth. Let's begin! So you want to know how to start a podcast? In this article, we’re going to walk you through every stage of launching your show, from planning to publishing. Here are the 5 main steps required to make a podcast: How to Start a Podcast in 20 Steps We'll break these 5 main categories down into the following steps: Simple as that! In this ‘How to Start a Podcast' walkthrough, there are 5 stages, broken down into 20 steps, so read on for the full details. Want an email series of this? Or Want a list of the equipment, tools & software you need? A quick heads up, too. Ok, enough procrastinating – that's what we're supposed to be avoiding! Let's find out how to make your podcast. A: Planning Your Podcast There are two big questions you need to ask yourself here, and they're joined at the hip. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Video Editor & Video Editing Software | Camtasia | TechSmith FAQFrequently Asked Questions You can import the following file formats into Camtasia for editing: MP4 (AVC/h.264 codecs required, 30 frames per second or less) MTS and M2TS files (version 8.4 and later). MOV H.264 and PNG MOV codecs are supported. Windows Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit) 1709 "Creators Update" version or later. 6th Generation Intel® Core™ i3 Processor or 1st Generation AMD® Ryzen™ 3 Processor (Recommended: 3.5 10th Generation Intel® Core™ i5 Processor or better or 2nd Generation AMD® Ryzen™ 5 Processor or better) Mac macOS 10.14 (Recommended: macOS 11 or later) 6th-Generation Intel® Core™ i5 Processor with 64-bit support (Recommended: 10th-Generation Intel® Core™ i5 Processor with 64-bit support or M1 Apple Silicon processor) How many licenses does Camtasia come with? You can install your license on up to two computers for a single user. Do you offer volume discounts? Volume discounts are available starting at 5 licenses or more. How do I find my software key?

13 Compelling Social Work Blogs - N.A.H. For Social Workers, recognition can often be hard to come by. The successes are often private, while failures can often be public. Sometimes, those who are unfamiliar with the profession can be left with a one-dimensional, stereotypical view of who Social Workers are or what they do. Now more than ever, it has become increasingly important to tell our own stories, and there are many Social Workers who have taken to the web to use technology to fulfill this end. In no particular order, here are 13 Social Work Blogs that deliver valuable content, while telling stories and sharing sides of themselves that add a human connection to a technical space, a feat that is not easy to accomplish. JaeRan Kim JaeRan Kim MSW, LGSW writes about Social Work practice, theory, education, research, and a variety of other topics concerning social justice issues. Classroom to Capitol What A Shrink Thinks Social Work Tech Written by Ignacio Pacheco, I love the look and feel of this blog. MAWMEDIA and Coach Live!

50 Educational Podcasts You Should Check Out - Getting Smart by Guest Author - “50 Educational Podcasts You Should Check Out” by Julie DeNeen first appeared on the informED blog. Maybe you don’t have time to sit down and sift through the latest education blogs for ideas and inspiration. If the thought of trying to carve out more hours in your day leaves you feeling overwhelmed, this list is for you. Podcasts are a great way to get information when you’re driving in your car, making dinner at home, or waiting at the DMV to renew your license. Even though podcasts have been around awhile, a lot of people still don’t utilize the hundreds of free podcasts available on the Internet. Below are 50 educational podcasts you should look consider. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. eCorner: This podcast, titled Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders, explores the principles that create successful business owners and leaders. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49.

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