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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

From the Podcast Movement in Philadelphia to the Toronto Podcaster Meet-Up in Toronto, TalkShoe is taking its podcasting studio to the newly opened Stackt Market. Stackt Market is a creative commercial space that uses shipping containers to house businesses, cultural exhibits, and more. Located in downtown Toronto, TalkShoe also launched a podcast studio in its own hip shipping container, blending into the cultural lifestyle in this new market. TalkShoe is a one-stop-shop podcast platform that has everything you need to host a podcast. The online studio allows the podcast host to record at anytime by computer or by phone without having to

It’s always been known that seeing is believing, but nowadays, we’re shifting more towards hearing is knowing. Podcasting isn’t the trend it once was, it’s actually a preferred way in which way we consume information, data, news, and knowledge. In fact, half of Amerian homes are listening to podcasts, with over three-quarters of them tuning in for all or for the majority of a podcast episode. That’s hours of streamlined focus from your targeted audience on your content during the waking moments of their lives spent at home – and you’re invited! If you’ve been on the fence about whether or

The legs upon which your podcast stands on is the dynamic, engaging and original content you deliver. It’s your unique voice and how you use it that will shape your audience. But let’s get real and not forget that it’s 2019. The way listeners, viewers, and your greater audience as a whole digests content is by way of social media, most notably Instagram. Instagram is notorious for its return on investment and when it comes to user engagement, it blows other social media channels out of the water (by a long shot) at a rate of 58 times more engagement

There are hundreds of thousands of blogs on the Internet, each with their own unique voice telling a different story. From mommy to fashion blogs, and every other blog in between about pretty much any topic you can conjure up (gaming, lifestyle, music, etc), if you can think of something to write about, you can find someone to read about it – and now hear about it. Once you’ve found your niche and audience, establishing a blog can become a serious business. And just like any serious business, the more demand you create, the more you have to supply. These days,

What’s stopping your business from starting a podcast? You’re probably thinking, “I don’t have an audience.” Not to worry. This is where you build listenership by appealing to a small but mighty core audience which will eventually give way to a larger one that naturally stays targeted. What’s more, it doesn’t take up much space or cost very much to start. If you have a desk then you have the space for the microphone, computer and podcasting software (Garageband already comes on a Mac!) that are required to get recording! The last thing you need is a good topic to

If you’ve got a podcast or you’re thinking about starting one, guaranteed you’ve heard whispers of the term RSS feed and you’ve seen the symbol on various web pages or Facebook posts (it looks like the wifi symbol fell over on its side and it’s now radiating the arcs on an angle rather than just up). You probably even know that RSS stands for Rich Site Summary (also referred to as Really Simple Syndication) and you may even know that plenty of news sites, weblogs, Twitter feeds, podcasts and online publishers use an RSS feed to syndicate and get their content