Podcasting is one of the strongest ways to build your brand. While marketing and promoting your show is important, the most critical part of the podcast process comes during recording. That means perfecting your podcast recording techniques and asking the right podcast questions.
Whether you’ve recorded hundreds of episodes already or are just getting started, we’ve got you covered. Check out these podcast tips to try during your next recording session.
Cord-cutting is on the rise, as 1 in every 3 households don’t subscribe to traditional pay-TV subscriptions. While that might cause panic for television networks, shows, and brands, not all hope is lost.
In fact, the increase in cord-cutting opens up new avenues for connecting with viewers. And sports franchises are doing an exemplary job of leading the digital transformation charge. Here’s how they’re engaging with fans in the digital age.
Soon after you arrive at the Science Mill in Johnson City, west of Austin, you’re greeted by a wave. It isn’t a friendly staff member saying hello, though you’ll en-counter that, too. Instead, it’s a 30-foot robotic hand made from more than 500 stainless steel triangles.
Many presidents excelled at sports during their high school and college days, but the seven in this list kept up the athleticism all the way through their presidency.
It should have been a cakewalk for Michigan State. But there’s a reason it’s called March Madness, as No. 15 seed Middle Tennessee showed when it stomped all over the Spartans.
Your podcast is getting underway. You’ve got some of the best recording equipment around, and thanks to a handful of noteworthy guests, you have killer content too. There’s just one last thing to worry about: how do you get podcast listeners?
Podcast marketing takes several forms. You’ll find individual tactics may work better for your audience, but if you have no idea where to start, here are five of our favorite podcast promotion ideas.
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After more than 35 years, Weird Al is still making records. One reason for his longevity? An amazing ability to adapt to the rapidly changing online world.
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The NCAA Tournament is one of the most exciting sporting events because, as fans, we know we’re one big shot or clutch block away from witnessing history.
If you’re fortunate enough to be near one of these pit stops, your journey will be just as much fun as your final destination.