Beginning a new podcast is an exciting proposition but the number of tasks and amount of learning involved in getting up and running can make it difficult to know where to start. This is where having dedicated podcast management can really help.
I can help guide you through this process and handle the technical side, leaving you free to concentrate on producing your show.
These are a few of the decisions that you will need to make:
Who should I use to host my podcast?
There are many to choose from, including:
Podbean, Buzzsprout, BluBrry, Libsyn and each have their own pros and cons, ranging from price, features e.g Statistic reporting, ease of setup, ongoing management and more.
I can help you choose the best company to suit your requirements as well as implement the technical processes involved to get you up and running. I can advise how to integrate your podcast with your website (for example using Powerpress) from Blubrry and how to manage this as you add new podcast episodes.
Where should I distribute my podcast?
Different people download their podcasts from different directories so it’s important to be on the most popular ones. I can advise how to achieve this and ensure that the information submitted to each one meets their specific requirements. Although this process is fairly simple, it does need some management as some directories require slightly differently formatted RSS feeds than others (iTunes for example)
Other things to consider
Do I want people to be able to play my podcast from my website?
I can discuss with you the best way to integrate your podcast into your website.
Do I need Podcast show artwork/episode artwork, show notes etc?
I work closely with the brilliant Katie Clarke Virtual Services
Katie is the perfect person to help create your artwork and can also write detailed show notes.
She is also tasked with writing detailed show notes from the podcast content for each episode.
Check out the On The Mind Of website to see her work.
Get in touch to discuss your requirements!