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October 2018

Podcast hosting isn’t the taboo word that it used to be. Thanks to TalkShoe, free podcast hosting is easier than it’s ever been, even if you have never created a podcast before If you’re someone that has always dreamed of having your own podcast, or if you’re just interested in dipping your toe in the podcasting world, you’ve come to the right place. Creating and hosting your podcast for free on TalkShoe’s directory is so easy that you could potentially do it in the time it takes to read this article. Here’s what we’re going to be going over: 1) Sign up for

Here at TalkShoe, we love to talk podcasting with other passionate podcasters. Last Wednesday, we took some of the TalkShoe crew out to The Pacific Junction Hotel in the heart of downtown Toronto to do just that! If you made it out to this event, thanks for stopping by and talking about podcasting! And if you didn’t make it, be sure to check out our highlight reel to see what you missed. Live Podcast With Special Guest Todd Shapiro   To kick off the night we invited expert podcaster and TalkShoe user Todd Shapiro from SiriusXM (@iamToddyTickles) to do a live podcast from the

With TalkShoe, it’s now easier than ever to create a free account and get started recording your own podcast, but we hope that you won’t stop there. While it can be easy to just start pressing record, we suggest investing more time and thought into your podcasts, even if you have only a couple of hours a week.By taking on some of the responsibilities of a podcast producer, you could see the quality of your podcasts drastically improve. So, what is a podcast producer? Basically, it is someone who is in charge of the planning, administration, and technical part of podcasting This is by far the most exciting episode of our “long and illustrious” podcast series history! Episode 2 of iotum Live features a fantastic interview with our longtime friend and TalkShoe user Todd Shapiro of SiriusXM. Todd stopped by our office and talked about what's next for his podcast series, the do’s and don'ts of podcasting and his love for TalkShoe. This interview is the first of our podcaster interview series which will be featured on the 15th of every month on our iotum Live podcast. Also be sure to catch the Todd Shapiro Show weekdays from 4:00 to 6:00

It isn’t just veteran podcast recorders that deserve to create quality podcasts that they can be proud of. TalkShoe knows that there are many podcast enthusiasts who simply don’t know where to start, but want to make something that other people will enjoy. To every potential podcast creator wondering where to start, how about starting here: podcast hosting and recording with every feature you need, all for free. When you podcast with TalkShoe, you take advantage of being able to get everything you need in one place. Whether it’s recording, adding guests to your podcast, or eventually adding your podcast to

If you’re just podcasting for fun, then being listed by podcasting directories isn’t something you may worry about. For everyone else, getting your podcast listed on iTunes and other directories is a major step that you have to take if you’re serious about podcasting. Think of it like a product that you’re trying to get on the shelf. It could be the best product the world has ever seen, but if it isn’t on shelves then no one knows about it. Similarly, there might also be products that appear on shelves all over the world that aren’t as good as yours,

Podcasts are a unique medium that allow for a lot of creativity and personalization, but are easily accessible by everyone with a computer and a basic understanding of audio recording. Podcast hosting allows anyone with an opinion or a story to get their ideas onto the public airwaves, and potentially be heard by thousands or even millions of people. If you have ever considered creating a podcast, this blog will hope to convince you that no matter how small, big, or strange your idea is, you should be giving it a platform of its own through TalkShoe’s free service. One Voice Can