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Most podcasters kick things off by talking “into the void”.
Here's some good news: surveys show that potential new listeners don't care if they've never heard of you. In fact, it's the least important factor they'll consider when weighing up whether or not to hit play.
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If you already have an audience built around something other than your podcast, then it's a good opportunity for laying the foundations of the show's fanbase.
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Cover Art. Having attractive cover art that stands out is vital when your show lines up against thousands of others in the Apple Podcasts or Spotify directories.
The bare minimum you need to record a podcast is a computer with a USB microphone and access to the internet. As a general rule, though, the more limited and lower cost of your setup and equipment, the more limited the sound quality of your show will be.
Just like choosing a name for your podcast, choosing good, searchable, descriptive titles for your episodes is important.
Whether you're providing information that will help someone to lose weight, or doing a really entertaining interview with one of your favorite authors you're providing value for your listener.
When you plug your USB microphone into your computer, you will need some software to actually record and edit the audio. There are a few options for this:
These are the places where listeners can discover, subscribe to, and download it.
The best schedule is normally the most frequent one that you can stick to, on a regular basis. So, if you can only manage once a month, that’s fine. If you can manage every 2 weeks, even better. If you can manage weekly, then that’s great.
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