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Congratulations! You have carefully crafted your engaging audio content and are ready to start sharing your podcast with the world. This may sound like an overwhelming and daunting task and you are probably wondering where to begin. In this technological age, social media is often an excellent place to start! The most effective strategy includes a combination of several different social media channels but for the purpose of this article, we will be discussing how to leverage the immense power of the platform backed by approximately 2.45 billion active monthly users – Facebook. Read on to learn how to utilize this

Who exactly is listening to podcasts? In 2019, there are statistics and data available for almost anything that you could think of. Lucky for us, podcasting is no exception! If you have clicked on this blog post, I am guessing that you are interested in finding out what the data says about who exactly is listening to podcasts. Whether you are a current or aspiring host, this article will provide a concise summary of the latest statistics that answer this question (data provided is from the United States). Who? Between men and women, the divide is fairly equal with 56% being men and

Your voice is an extremely powerful tool and when used properly, can make the difference between a dynamic and engaging podcast and one that is quickly passed over. This is something that many hosts do not give adequate attention to. Sure, content is incredibly important, but if you mumble or rush through your delivery, no one is going to tune in. Follow the tips below and I guarantee that your voice will convey your message in a way that will pull your listeners in. Start with your posture Sit up straight. This sounds like a no-brainer, but it is often forgotten in practice.

Sam Laliberte is the Host and Producer of the Freedom Lifestyle podcast - a show that is empowering the movement and entrepreneurial shift towards flexible work. Sam has been working remotely and traveling the world as a Digital Nomad for the last two years and throughout her journey, created "Launch a Podcast on a Budget". She has been running this workshop for aspiring podcasters in Toronto and also offering it online. We interviewed Sam in this latest blog post to uncover some of the podcasting tips you can expect from her course. Q: How long have you been helping podcast hosts? A: I

Whether you are just starting out with a brand-new podcast or seeking inspiration for an existing one, it is common to have difficulties with deciding on a specific topic to discuss. But not to worry! This guide will help you get those creative juices flowing and steer you in the right direction to create a podcast that you are excited to share with the world. Start by brainstorming Get ready to throw down all of your ideas! Use the following questions to guide your brainstorming efforts: · What topics are you most passionate about? · What is your area of expertise? · What message or

Inviting guests to join you on your podcast can be an effective way to add variety to your show and reach a wider audience. The guest can bring a new perspective to the table or share insights on a topic that you are not overly familiar with. However, regardless of how interesting or knowledgeable this person might be, it is YOUR job as the host to craft engaging interview questions that will elicit the responses that pull your listeners in. Put yourself in your listeners’ shoes Who is it that you expect will be listening to your podcast? How old are they?

Another year at the Podcast Movement, another exciting and successful week for TalkShoe! With over 3,000 attendees and 150+ speakers this year, the conference has grown beyond our expectations. Being the world’s biggest gathering of podcasters, this convention is such a spectacular way to meet members of the community who are just as enthusiastic about podcasting as we are. The energy of everyone there was contagious. It was hard not to reach out and grab every opportunity to both speak out about your own desires and achievements, and to listen to what everyone else had to offer. Although we came as

Plenty of podcasters use TalkShoe because of how easy it is to produce and record shows. From phone calls to co-hosting to two-way dialogue, TalkShoe provides podcasters with a platform to record, stream host, and share one platform. Now you can even import your podcast series to TalkShoe, and this process is as easy as 1,2,3. Let’s take a look at the one-click import feature.   How Do I Import My Podcast Series To My TalkShoe Account? If you have a podcast series hosted outside of TalkShoe and want to import the entire series to TalkShoe, it's a very simple process. You will

There are two different ways to publish your podcasts on TalkShoe. 1. Live options - this is the option people are most familiar 2. Upload an audio file that was recorded earlier. It’s really easy to do and means you can record your podcast whenever you want, edit out any accidents and even add extra features, like introduction music or sound effects. Once you have your mp3 audio file ready to upload, you only need to login to your TalkShoe account, create a new episode and choose the ‘Upload’ option instead of schedule. We recommend Audacity for recording and editing your podcasts in advance.

Summer is here in Toronto, and the city is brimming with outdoor events to check out during these sunny, warm months. The ever-evolving metropolis has no shortage of delicacies to eat, places to go, things to do. And now, there’s even a way to hit record and tell the world what’s on your mind by making an on-the-spot podcast. That’s right, a pop-up podcast studio at Stackt Market, brought to you by TalkShoe. If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like sitting in a recording studio with a mic ready for you to express yourself, now is the perfect time to