Investing in Your Podcast, RNFM Radio EPS 250


On episode 250 (a really nice round number, isn’t it?), we talk about podcasting for you and your business. Ready?

Mic On Air

Investing in a podcast is smart for many businesses, whether large companies or solopreneurs. Doing it on your own isn’t easy, and getting the help you need is a prudent course of action.

The Pulse Media Network can help you get your podcast launched, and there are of course many other people you can turn to for support. Flattening the learning curve is key!

Here are some hot tips:

  • We don’t recommend SoundCloud for hosting your podcast recordings. We recommend Libsyn.
  • Listen to other podcasts to discover what you like and don’t like in terms of programming, ad style, sound quality, etc.
  • Consider what kind of equipment you’re willing to invest in.
  • Masterminds and podcaster communities give you the opportunity to network with other podcasts, learn best practices, and otherwise up your game and learn from those in the know.
  • We used to use the Yeti, a very popular starter podcasting mic, but we’ve found that the Audio Technica ATR2100 is the best affordable bet that will give you the best quality at a great price point.
  • Know who your audience is so that you can speak to them directly. Dig deep and data mine for what your tribe (or target tribe) want to hear.

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