Dave Kaminsky, of Web Video Univerisity, just released what looks like an interesting course called “How to Screencast Like a Pro”. How To Screencast Like a Pro contains over 3 hours of step by step video based lessons and costs just $198. I’m posting Dave’s video short on the course below. If you’re interested here’s the link to the sign up page: How to Screencast Like a Pro (aff)
If you get a chance to check it out let me know how you like it.
Susan Bratton, author of Talk Show Tips, host of the Dishymix podcast and CEO of a publishing company called Personal Life Media that produces 40 different podcasts, is sharing some of her expertise in podcasting with the Digital Podcast fans.
In the Susan’s first guest post, we talked about various show formats that are possible with a podcast. In this installment, we’ll dive more deeply into Show Format, giving you an actual structure you can customize for your needs. This include some good language for intros and outros and commercial breaks.
Bratton, author of Talk Show Tips, host of the Dishymix podcast and CEO of a publishing company called Personal Life Media that produces 40 different podcasts, is sharing some of her expertise in podcasting with the Digital Podcast fans.
In this guest post, Susan writes about Show Format and how to use it to build trust and engagement with your audience.
Here’s part one of advice from Susan Bratton, author of Talk Show Tips:
I have just had the privilege of getting a copy of Talk Show Tips which provides 72 Secrets to being a great talk show host. The author is Susan Bratton, host of the #1 social media podcast Dishymix and CEO of Personal Life Media. Susan produces 40 different podcasts from TheDivaCast to Buddhist Geeks to Inside Out Weight Loss, so she knows a lot about hosting talk shows.
Susan has launched Talk Show Tips: 72 Secret ‘Master Host’ Techniques as a training system for anyone who hosts a podcast, vidcast, radio or talk show or for experts who create information products that include interviews as material.
In her new system, Talk Show Tips, she focuses on training you on everything you need to know
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