Hey everyone! We're excited to announce that we will be attending the Podfest event this year. Podfest has been running for two years in a row and is jam-packed with helpful resources for both new and seasoned podcasters. The gathering takes place Feb 25-27 at the Ramada Westshore Hotel in Tampa, Florida. Click here to reserve your spot!
The agenda is jam-packed over those days and is filled with some awesome and insightful speakers. According to Podfest's official website, http://podfest.us/, “The conference is designed to take you on a step-by-step journey through every conversion point in Podcasting — from generating traffic, to converting that traffic into leads and sales, to converting those sales into customers for life’. Exciting!
Some of the great speakers we look forward to seeing at Podfest 2016 are: Dave Jackson from School of Podcasting, Liz Covart from Ben Franklin's World, Katie Krimitsos from Biz Women Rock, Jeff Brown from Read to Lead, and Jessica Kupferman from She Podcasts! Podfly is looking forward to reconnecting with old and new friends and to meeting some of the fresh faces entering into the podcasting space at this year’s event.
Podfly is also a proud sponsor of Podfest 2016, so keep an eye out for our booth and definitely say hi to our co-founders Corey and David. We are very pleased to be among our fellow sponsors: Podcast Movement 2016, Interview Connections, PodBean, and more!
We hope to see you there!
Podcasting is fun. It’s also hard work. Not surprising that since the dawn of this medium, podcasters have been crafting ways to make the fun pay off. Traditional advertising methods work for a select few - an estimated 0.05% of podcasters monetize their show via direct sponsorship - and finding vertical opportunities by leveraging your own business works for others. But what about those who neither have a large online listenership nor a business directly tied to their podcast?
Podfly’s Corey Coates takes you through the first of a series of tutorials on anything you might want to know about setting up a podcast. These specialization videos will focus primarily on Adobe’s Audition software, but this particular one is all about the basics and how to get started. Learn how to position your introduction, remove annoying ‘ums’, turn a few stumbling sentences into a natural conversation and much more.
With over 45 minutes of step-by-step teaching, complete with pre-recorded audio clips and examples, you should hopefully come away with a lot of questions answered. That said, the Podfly Academy Team hope it’ll also leave you itching to find out more and really get to grips with this sophisticated piece of programming which could just change your life.
Once you’ve worked through all the tutorials, you’ll be the one answering everybody else’s questions!