How to start a podcast?

Jan. 28, 2019, 12:43 p.m.

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Feb. 1, 2019, 3:55 p.m.

Increasingly, on websites and blogs with progressive policies, you can find audio that is intelligently used to dilute the main content. Podcasts - one of the formats of broadcasting on the Internet in the style of a radio program with a specific theme and frequency of appearance. They are becoming more common, which makes you think about creating your own. Moreover, it is not as difficult to do as it seems, and there is absolutely nothing to be afraid of. What are good podcasts and what is needed for the development of new content?

Creating, promoting and distributing a podcast among millions of Internet users is a relatively simple task. You can send your podcast to the network in just 5-10 minutes! Podcasting is becoming increasingly popular since most bloggers choose this format to distribute their music or their message. Read below how you can start your own podcast.


  1. Determine the purpose of your podcast

What will your material be about? Write it down so as not to forget. Think of a plan or list of what you will talk about and what to discuss.


  1. Decide on the software

If you have a Mac, you can use GarageBand (when you buy a Mac, it is free, along with the iLife package). There are also other free (for example, Audacity) and expensive programs (Adobe Audition).


  1. Add tags, necessary information (artist, album, etc.) and cover

Create your own, find a free, non-copyrighted image or have someone create one for you.


Podcasts - the original, yet free niche of online marketing with a competition an order of magnitude lower than in blogs. With the development of technology, software and the variety of equipment offered, podcasts are becoming easier, so you don’t have to worry about budget and technical skills. And if you listen to the leading podcasts, then you should not worry about the voice either, because it is different for everyone and the main components of success are, first of all, content and charisma.