The #Value4Value model is based on the core concepts of Time, Talent, and Treasure. The people who listen and find value in what was written, spoken, or shared can provide value back to the podcaster.
You’ve got an idea for a podcast, but you haven’t quite got it fleshed out. Why not build in public?
That time you thought you were going live but it turns out you were using the wrong session…yeah that.
It occurred to me that in all of my checking and rechecking of my live setup, I hadn’t even spent one single second thinking about the recording of that live. Double Doh!
If you’re listening to your fellow NaPodPoMo podcaster’s shows, let them know. We all know podcasting is a whole heck of a lot of work. A kind word, a verbal or written pat on the back goes a long way.
You’ve been hearing about National Podcast Post Month online. Maybe you even have friends who are participating. Or maybe you just learned about it today. Now that the challenge is in full swing is it too late to join?
You’ve got your recording space. You know what level of podcasting you’re moving forward with. Now it’s time to talk about settings, mics, and headphone tips within the four levels of podcasting.
Now that I’m going live everyday, you’re ready to listen to these episodes live…now how exactly do you do that?
Since I’ll be testing out mobile apps as part of NaPodPoMo here is my basic test audio for Ferrite which will be used during week 3 of NaPodPoMo.
The 30-day podcasting challenge for 2023 is a grand experiment using the Live Item Tag via Blubrry’s PowerPress plugin. Will it work? Only one way to find out.