You’ve read it right! My podcast has been downloaded 7,500+ times (according to Libsyn) and the month isn’t over yet. Now, am I saying that to brag? No. Well, a little haha! Mainly, I’d just like to share some things I’ve learned thus far on my journey. 1....

Initially, I was doing all of the editing for my podcast myself. However, I recently decided that, as much as I might think that I’m the only one who could do the job right, I’m probably just lying to myself out of the fear that someone else will mess up the editing...

Libsyn and Blubrry are two popular podcast hosting services among others. In this article, I’ll compare some of the similarities and differences between the two, and help answer which you should choose if you’re launching a new podcast. If you have any questions, be...

In case you haven’t heard, SoundCloud recently announced that it’s opened up its podcasting features to all users. Previously, you had to request an invite in order to use SoundCloud as the hosting provider for your podcast. What does this mean? With 175 million+ monthly...

You might have just launched an entertainment podcast or a “how to” podcast that teaches your audience how to master a certain skill, like online business. Either way, there are a few common mistakes that I’ve come into contact with both on my own podcast and from...

In this article, I’ve compiled a few different resources that you can take advantage of when you’re launching and growing your new podcast. These are awesome experts, bloggers, and individuals who have been-there done-that. Don’t forget to leave a comment on this...

I’ve been using the Blue Yeti USB microphone as my first podcasting microphone and after having used it for several months, I have a few bits of wisdom to pass on. Before we jump in to these tips, if you’d like to hear the difference between a podcast I recorded with...

If you’re like me and can’t afford to fly around the world to conduct podcast interviews, then you have a few different options to interview guests. You could record a conference call via phone, do a recorded google plus hangout and extract the audio, or have a Skype...

If you’d like to submit a podcast to the iTunes store, or any other marketplace like Stitcher, then you’re going to need to either host your own podcasts or purchase hosting with an online provider. I recommend the latter route for those just starting out. Check out...

At the time I’m writing this, we have 7 days left in March of 2015, and so far Libsyn is reading 1,109 downloads for the month. This is my first month with 1,000+ downloads for my new podcast! You can read my experience reaching my first 1,000 total downloads here. I recognize...