Learn to Podcast

Learn to Podcast

Ever thought, “Yeah, I’d like to try to create my own podcast?” Then this is the place for you.

Here are some resources to help get you started:

Free Video Tutorials

Pat Flynn’s How to Start a Podcast (YouTube)

Cliif Ravenscraft, The Podcast Answer Man – Learn How to Podcast (YouTube)

Books

Podcast Launch: A complete guide to launching your Podcast with 15 Video Tutorials! by John Lee Dumas [Kindle Edition]

Podcasting For Dummies by Tee Morris, Chuck Tomasi, Evo Terra (2008)

Podcasts about Podcasting

The School of Podcasting with Dave Jackson

The Audacity to Podcast with Daniel J. Lewis

The Podcasters Studio with Ray Ortega

She Podcasts with Elsie Escobar and Jessica Kupferman

The Podcast Answer Man with Cliff Ravenscraft

The Podcasters Roundtable (video)

Classes ($)

The School of Podcasting

The Podcasting School for Women

The Podcast Answer Man – Podcasting from A to Z course

Conferences

Podcast Movement

Equipment

You can podcast with very little equipment expense or you can spend a lot of money on good equipment. The general recommendation is to start podcasting and then after you have produced seven episodes start thinking about more expensive equipment. The reason for that is you might quit before you get that far. Please note that I am not a podcast trainer. These links do not come with any support or training on how to use the items. Please refer to the manuals that come with the equipment. Here are three samples packages to consider:

1. The Starter Kit

2. Mid-range Kit

3. High-end (This is Marian Pierre-Louis’ actual set up)