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        According to research in 2014, there are over 150,000 podcasts in the world. Podcasting is a medium that grows around 30% year on year, with podcast directory Stitcher hosting 40,000+ podcasts alone. That seems like an awful lot, but the subject matter is extremely diverse and anyone with a specific enough niche has an equal chance to stand out.

        Back in 2013, iTunes announced it had hit 1 billion podcast subscribers and way back in 2011, Libsyn hosted over 10,000 shows, with over 1.6 billion downloads from 18 million monthly audience members.

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        The more consistent information and marketing material about your business is out there for people to see, the more solid your brand will be. This includes your website, your email campaigns, your advertisements, your logo, your slogan and now, your podcast. 

        The more exposure your target audience has to your brand, the more successful you're going to be, so don't overlook the importance of adding an extra layer of branding to the mix in the form of a podcast. A podcast is your chance to tell people what you're all about and connect with them on a personal level, building trust, giving information, maybe making them laugh. 

        Having something to listen to on a regular basis creates loyalty, where the customer will keep coming back and listening intently to what you have to say. If you're starting out with just a podcast then you can leverage your initial audience to create something bigger in the future.

        Gaming podcast The Angry Chicken gets all of its funding via Patreon, a site that allows listeners to pledge money monthly, creating a monthly wage for the podcasters. When the milestone of $5,000 per month is met, the podcast promises to branch out and run its own events; when $20,000 is met, the podcasters will be able to quit their jobs and work full time podcasting, meaning daily content for the fans. 

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        Preparing talking points and notes for your podcast should be just as simple as reading about things you love.

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        You can 手机壳英文find similar podcasts手机壳英文 to yours by searching by genre through iTunes or the categories on Stitcher. This can really help for some inspiration; think about how your favorite podcasts are 手机壳英文structured手机壳英文, the tone and the style of content delivery are probably part of the reason you like the podcast in the first place. What's good about it?

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        Google Alerts makes it easier for you to keep yourself updated on companies, specific people, jobs and much more. With this site you can choose what topic you would like to receive notifications about, and Google Alerts will automatically filter all that information and send you a concise email that includes any new content about your chosen topics. This includes articles, blogs, news and any other kinds of updates.

        This is mostly helpful for those who may not have the time to constantly follow their favorite news topics, companies, or icons. With Google Alerts, you can weekly, daily or continuously receive updates on the topic of your choice. 

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        If you have 手机壳英文guests手机壳英文 on the show, make sure you're ready to talk to them about themselves by 手机壳英文preparing some notes手机壳英文 and reading deeply into their work. Start by 手机壳英文filling in the form fields手机壳英文 below.

        That way, the conversation will flow easily and you'll have a lot more to talk about once you start.

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        You should also 手机壳英文take your time手机壳英文 in getting the show right. Why do professional podcasters only release 1-3 episodes a week?

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        Once you have the 手机壳英文notes手机壳英文 saved and prepared, you need to 手机壳英文divide them up into sections手机壳英文. Think about how long you want to spend on the 手机壳英文intro手机壳英文, the 手机壳英文outro手机壳英文 and the 手机壳英文topics in between手机壳英文.

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        手机壳英文Show notes手机壳英文 are an important way of 手机壳英文summarizing the takeaways手机壳英文 for listeners as well as providing SEO content for search engines. They also help you out when recording, but you could use separate personal notes for this purpose.

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        The last thing you want in the middle of a perfect take is the sound of 手机壳英文phone interference手机壳英文 in your headphones being picked up by the microphone. To be safe, 手机壳英文put your phone in another room手机壳英文.

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        To save time editing, it's best if you can 手机壳英文record smoothly手机壳英文 in as few takes as possible. You can use Process Street to note down a checklist of things to talk about, or simply 手机壳英文edit and expand the sub-checklist below手机壳英文 to suit your needs!

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        Make sure you're not taking input from your internal手机壳英文 microphone手机壳英文 by 手机壳英文checking all the connections手机壳英文. 手机壳英文Fill in手机壳英文 the手机壳英文 form fields手机壳英文 below to 手机壳英文record手机壳英文 the 手机壳英文details of the mic手机壳英文 you're using for later reference.

        If you're using a 手机壳英文USB手机壳英文 microphone, the process is simple. 手机壳英文Check the mic is feeding a signal手机壳英文 into your software and you're good to go.

        If you're using a traditional 手机壳英文XLR / audio interface手机壳英文 手机壳英文setup手机壳英文, you will have far more to check before you can get to work. Check the 手机壳英文interface is powered on手机壳英文 and it has an 手机壳英文input and output手机壳英文. Check 手机壳英文phantom power手机壳英文 is on if you need it.

        The importance of using an external, good quality mic cannot be overstated! Check out this video comparing different types of mics that are geared towards podcasting.

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        There's no point in recording anything if the手机壳英文 levels in your headphones手机壳英文 are not set up correctly, so you now need to 手机壳英文check手机壳英文 them.

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        Save you (and your guests) time and sanity by doing a 手机壳英文small test run手机壳英文 before the main recording.

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        Now you're set up, let's take a look at the steps you need to take to ensure a great sound recording.

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        Taking a 手机壳英文quick profile of the background noise in the room手机壳英文 (if there is any) means you can remove it later using the noise removal plugin on tools like Audacity. 

        This video shows you, quickly and easily, how to remove noise with the free software, Audacity.

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        Next up in our手机壳英文 recording checks手机壳英文 is the 手机壳英文headroom手机壳英文! No, we don't mean how much space you have to stretch.

        Giving a 手机壳英文recording手机壳英文 手机壳英文headroom手机壳英文 is the practice of 手机壳英文recording at a lower level than intended playback volume手机壳英文. Keeping all recordings at a safe 手机壳英文-8db on the input channel手机壳英文 should be a foolproof way of ending up with an undistorted podcast.

        Combining headroom and compression should result in a consistent recording that comes across loud and clear.

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        After the recording process is done, it's good practice to 手机壳英文save everything to Google Drive or 手机壳英文手机壳英文Dropbox手机壳英文 so you have access to it on any computer you use, or to make a copy of the files on an external hard drive/USB stick.

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        You're not going to get it right every time, but you're probably going to have enough material at the end of the session to 手机壳英文stitch together one perfect finished product手机壳英文. Hence, it is now time to put together your perfect episodes from the various takes you've recorded.

        Audacity makes this incredibly easy, as shown in this video tutorial.

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        To make things uniform and professional it is a good idea to 手机壳英文set up a template for your intro and outro手机壳英文. An Audacity project with the faded in sections of audio at the start and end is very useful for this; all you have to do after you've finished recording is put the spoken segment in between.

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        A手机壳英文 .wav手机壳英文 is a sound file that will play on Windows, Mac and Linux, and it's also what you need to 手机壳英文export your episodes手机壳英文 as. It's the first generation of any recording and the 手机壳英文purest, highest quality version手机壳英文.

        Naturally, a high-quality file means a large size, so a .mp3 is the favored method of distributing podcasts and music alike. Weigh in on the differences between .wav and .mp3 with this Stack Exchange Q&A.

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        手机壳英文Paste the shownotes手机壳英文 below.

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        Here are some tips on creating awesome gifs for blog posts: 

        Click here to read the post

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        手机壳英文Arrange手机壳英文 for your 手机壳英文podcast to be hosted online手机壳英文. If you already have an arrangement with a host, you should be all good, but if not you might want to check out PodOmatic, Libsyn, Archive, Soundcloud or Buzzsprout.

        The手机壳英文 host is where your raw .mp3 file will stay手机壳英文, ready to be listed in directories like iTunes or Stitcher.

        Here are some great resources for hosting:

        In addition to hosting, Blubrry also offers analytics, reporting and podcast advertising services from $8 /month.

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        Whether your podcast has video elements or not, it's no secret that手机壳英文 YouTube is the world's biggest resource for streaming content手机壳英文. It makes no sense to ignore it, and so you now need to 手机壳英文submit your podcast to Youtube手机壳英文.

        Audio podcasts with a 手机壳英文logo as the video手机壳英文 are more than acceptable and being on YouTube is sure to get you some extra attention.

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        This is pretty self-explanatory; you need to remember to 手机壳英文share the podcast on your various social media accounts手机壳英文.

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        You also need to 手机壳英文email your guests and any people mentioned手机壳英文 in every episode once it goes live. See below for a sample email!

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        Even though you're working with audio content, you still need to 手机壳英文consider and work on your SEO手机壳英文.

        Despite the fact that search engines work on text, not audio, there are 手机壳英文a few tricks you can use手机壳英文 to get the right keywords in the right places. Choose 手机壳英文episode titles手机壳英文 that are descriptive,

        Add手机壳英文 show notes手机壳英文 and a 手机壳英文transcript手机壳英文 - link them on your site alongside the podcast and get some valuable keywords indexed.

        手机壳英文Every podcast episode手机壳英文 should be accompanied with a手机壳英文 blog post手机壳英文. This is another chance to be really sneaky with your keywording and get the edge over other podcasts. 

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        Keeping your listeners informed about the podcast will do nothing but generate excitement for your upcoming show. When it's ready to hear, make sure you手机壳英文 write a blog entry手机壳英文 about it so you have:

        1. Something to tie the two together
        2. Content to post on social media
        3. More exposure for your blog and your brand

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