Summary: I find myself fascinated with the stories of how companies got started – not just the glamor stories but what they did when things did not happen as planned and things did not go well. I also think that those types of stories help to not only motivate me to start something that is similar but also helps get me through the same hurdles that other companies went through. So that’s it – MyPodcastAdventure.com was created. To start, this is simply going to be a documentation of creating my podcasting company and all the fun stuff along the way. The goal is not to try to sell myself as some great podcasting consultant, just to share my adventure with you…
Today we are going to discuss the events from the week with Headstrong Media Group; as well as discuss a topic that I have received a few emails from listeners about the equipment that is in the studio and why I chose those products; and an update on how I am doing with the Roland R-05 digital audio recorder.
On this week's show I share the details of the disaster that happened on Monday after my first interview for HomeTech Weekly. Even after hearing everyone say that you should not record directly on your computer and instead record to a digital audio recorder - I had to learn this the hard way. I had been planning on purchasing one but figured that I could get by without for awhile to get a better feel for what I want. Needless to say I have a new piece of equipment in the studio for recording this week. Listen to the show for a full play-by-play of what happened AUDIBLE AD: Today's episode of My Podcast Adventure is sponsored by Audible.com. Get a FREE audiobook download & a FREE trial at audible.mypodcastadventure.com - over 100,000- titles to choose from for your iPhone, Android, Kindle or MP3 player - audible.mypodcastadventure.com Welcome back to another episode of My Podcast Adventure, my name is Dave Kirn. This is episode number 008 - recorded February 16th 2012. Today's show is going to break from the format that I have been doing over the last few shows because something terrible happened on Monday this week…. Social Media Update This week I did setup accounts for My Podcast Adventure on Google+; Facebook; & Twitter. If you go to www.mypodcastadventure.com you will see the links to our pages on each of those networks - make sure to Circle, Subscribe, Like, or Follow the show and drop me a quick message saying "hi" On next weeks show… I have gotten 2 requests from listeners to do a full breakdown of the equipment that I am using & discuss why I selected the equipment that I purchased. This has been another episode of My Podcast Adventure, make sure you check out our website at mypodcastadventure.com. You can find the show notes for this episode by going to the Episode Guide section of our website and searching for Episode #008. If you have a question on anything that we covered in this show or comments in general, please post a message in the comments section for this episode or you can also email us at email@example.com. To stay updated with the latest shows make sure that you click subscribe in your favorite podcast software or app. Also, if you listen to this podcast through iTunes, I would really appreciate it if you would post some positive feedback in iTunes for the show, it will really help our rating in iTunes. We have gotten some great feedback for HomeTech Weekly, but have not gotten anything for My Podcast Adventure. Until next time, this is Dave Kirn for My Podcast Adventure.
Today we are going to discuss the events from the week with Headstrong Media Group; Listener emails about website platform, hosting for website and media, what I use for recording, what are my other businesses.
In this episode we discuss the events from the last week with Headstrong Media Group; Define the process that I take with each show for research; show outline; and show notes; Info on getting a sponsorship with Audible.com
News from the previous week's events; Stitcher Radio; Audible.com; Feedburner summary setting
Not much left after an exhausting week of covering CES 2012 for HomeTechWeekly.com. I will recap some of the things that happened last week, as well as share a glimpse of what it takes to cover a trade show as "Press".
Wow - I recorded this on January 9th, however with all the craziness with HomeTech Weekly podcast and kicking off CES 2012, I forgot to actually post this show. When you listen you can probably hear a little exhaustion in my voice (especially as I stumble on some things and repeat some things a few times as well as referring to this show being Episode #2), well that is due to all the build up for CES 2012 (Consumer Electronics Show) and getting the other show recorded. I took a podcast that I had been planning for a weekly show to not only producing daily shows but some days actually had up to 4 shows in one day. Being a member of the press has been a truly overwhelming activity. Apple iTunes "Big Brother" - I checked iTunes after I recorded the last show just to check to see if this show was showing up in iTunes and found that it was already there - even though I never got an email from iTunes telling me that it was available (like I got when I submitted HomeTech Weekly). We have an audience! - Without any type of promotion or even telling anyone about it, you have found the show. We have got a good amount of initial subscribers and I guess that I can say that the show is now "international" since we have 10 subscribers outside of the USA. Both shows have been submitted to the Zune Marketplace (in addition to iTunes) - rather basic process, you just need to download the Zune software (link to zune marketplace http://social.zune.net/podcasts/) and click on the "submit a podcast" button on the side. However I did not get anything in response from Zune, and as of the date of recording, nothing was showing up within the search in Zune. Podcast Directories: Still need to submit both shows to the Blackberry Podcast Directory. I found a great resource to find a great list of podcast directories - podcast411.com has a list called "Directory of Directories". They have listed a bunch of directories complete with some basic description of what type of requirements for getting listed as well as a link to the page to submit your feed.
In this episode I review the process that was involved in getting this podcast submitted to iTunes along with the feed for our first major show HomeTech Weekly.
Episode 01 - My First Podcast. Discuss the goals of MyPodcastAdventure.com and what the plans are for the future of the show and website. Recap of the equipment that has been purchased already as well as the reasoning of why those products were selected.