The key to a successful podcast, however, is the distribution of your audio.
While you can easily record an audio and post it on your blog (yes, this IS a podcast!), most people want to offer their podcast to a broader audience than just those reading their blog. That’s why they use distribution networks like iTunes and other podcast networks.
I’ve chased the podcast bug for many years. In May, 2006, I hosted an excellent program with Paul Colligan, an early pioneer in podcasting. Paul offered a good instructional program, but frankly, it was too complex to be practical for me at the time.
Then in 2012 I took an excellent course from Robert & Lance called Podcast crusher. I listened to all the lessons, followed all the directions, and completed all the steps. I even created my own step-by-step checklist, listing each step in the process.
But even then, it took 4 different pieces of software, including a monthly subscription to a service that “hosted” the files and gave me usage statistics.
I recorded 4 shows – then stopped. It was just “too much” for me at that time.
But here’s the thing. My shows have continued to get listeners, downloads – and generated business for me. Even after 2 years! Month after month I have new subscribers to my podcast and business coming in as a result.
In fact, recently I’ve been thinking about starting to record my podcast again.
That’s why I’m VERY excited about a new product that is being introduced to the marketplace today. It’s called Audello and is from the same people who created Easy Video Suite and Easy Video Player. They are rock solid when it comes to reputation and quality products.
Why do I think Audello is exactly the right tool to use for your podcast? Here are 10 reasons:
1. It’s easy to use.
2. You can record directly into the audello recorder. No extra software required.
3. You can record directly on your smart phone, making it easy to record in multiple places without carrying a separate recorder, microphones, etc.
4. You can upload directly from the recorder, whether it’s on your desktop or on your phone.
5. The desktop recorder also records Skype calls, saving yet another piece of software to purchase and learn.
6. No file conversion is necessary.
7. You have a choice of where to host your recordings, eliminating the need for a monthly service.
8. Audello publishes to multiple podcast outlets.
9. There is a help desk to answer your questions.
10. You get comprehensive statistics on your podcast.
Bottom line: All of the tools, bells & whistles are in one place. No more multiple software applications and how-to’s!
I recommend you look at Audello, whether you already have a podcast or are considering starting one. NOW is the time to look at Audello, as they will only have launch pricing for a few days.
It will never be easier or more affordable than it is with this system. Click Here for details.