Lesson 31 – Podcasts

The problem with video is that it requires all of your audience’s attention.

Podcasts on the other hand, people can listen to while they’re working, or at the gym.

I’m going to give you a simple solution for how to create podcasts. It’s going to be simple if you’ve done everything up until now.

The way I produce The Authentic Accountant podcast is by recording with Zoom. I hold a webinar on Zoom with Debra, and Erica logged in, and we record. Then I step out the video track, leaving only the audio, and poof! I’ve got a podcast!

The studio output is in a .m4a format, so I use AVS Audio editor to convert it to an mp3.

Then I upload it to my website and add the post.

Do you see why it’s important to know a little WordPress? You can do a lot of this on your own, and it doesn’t take much time.

There are also some websites that you want to upload your podcast to.

  • SoundCloud
  • iTunes
  • Google Play
  • Libsyn

There are more. Google top 10 podcast sites.

I’m going to add an appendix to this lesson once I’m clear on the process myself. I have someone helping me.

Before you worry about these other sites, get 10 podcasts done, and live on your own site.

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