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Jim sat down recently with Dave Jackson from the School of Podcasting to discuss the in and outs of podcasting. Should you start your own podcast? Listen to find out when and how!
Dave’s been podcasting since April of 2005. His podcast about podcasting has been downloaded over 800,000 times (as of 2012) and has helped hundreds of people launch podcasts. You can find his work at powerofpodcasting.com, morepodcastmoney.com, weeklywebtools.com, logicalloss.com, feedingmyfaith.com, growyourchurchshow.com, marketingmusician.com
Dave is a regular contributor on the Podcasters’ Roundtable, a almost monthly podcast around podcasting.Show Name: Entrepreneur on FireHost Name:
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Join us as Dave shares his Entrepreneurial mindset and an inside glance at his journey to becoming a successful Entrepreneur. Dave has been podcasting since 2005 and has helped hundreds of people start successful podcasts through his School of Podcasting website
What does it take to be an Entrepreneur? Join us as Dave shares his Entrepreneurial mindset and an inside glance at his journey to becoming a successful Entrepreneur.
“For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.” ~ Jeremiah 29:11
Dave was a shy boy even at the ripe age of 16. Listen to how he overcame this debilitating challenge!
Entrepreneurial AHA Moment
When Dave saw the MP3 audio file upload, his AHA moment immediately followed!
Dave loves to podcast, and teaches others to do so in his School of Podcasting. Listen to what is exciting him about the future… it gave me chills!
Show Name: The Audacity to Podcast Host Name:
Daniel J. LouisEpisode:
What was it like to be first? How do you continue to find content after 350+ shows?
As the original podcaster about podcasting, Dave Jackson has seen a lot of change in the industry. We talk about his experience, where podcasts are going, how to make money podcasting, and share some podcasting tips.
Dave started podcasting in 2005 by turning a newsletter for musicians into a podcast. Because there wasn’t much about podcasting techniques, he decided to fill the whole by launching The School of Podcasting in April, 2005.
What does having big-name advertisers and podcasters do for the industry?
Ever felt like quitting a podcast?
What things should starting podcasters do early
Making money podcastingShow Name: Photobiz ExposedHost Name:
Andrew Hellmich Episode:
With your own show, you can become the baby portrait expert in Adelaide, the documentary wedding photographer for Boston or the best photographer in Cairns. You will be seen as the expert. The go to person.Show Name: How to Podcast Like a Radio DJHost Name:
In this episode Dan is joined by Dave Jackson from the School Of Podcasting as they tackle some of the most common questions they get about podcasting. Discover how to fix those artwork issues you've been having, how long you should be prepping for and the new microphone that's both USB and XLR, and is perfect for beginnersShow Name: Entrepreneur's JourneyHost Name:
Yaro StarakShow Recap:
Dave offered some advice on running an online membership service business (including discussion of AMember).
Next up we looked at how to attract an audience for a podcast.
I asked Dave about his previous online ventures, including firsttimevisitor.com.Show Name: Podcaster's StudioHost Name:
With over 250 episodes published, Dave is one of the original podcasters. He was an early digital mentor for me when I was entering podcasting and has since become a peer and friend.
We talk about Dave’s podcasting career, take a peek inside his studio and approach some of podcasting’s more controversial topics.Show Name: Podcaster's StudioHost Name:
On this episode Dave and I chat about podcasting software and how using old gear can be just as effective as buying brand new. I ask Dave what he thinks about having to have the “radio voice” sound for your podcast and how he defines success when it comes to his shows.Show Name: Mastermind PodcastHost Name:
Dave Jackson of the School of Podcasting shares his story on this episode. Live music, guitars, a night in jail, a rocky marriage, and faith all play into Dave’s story. If there was a podcasting award for transparency, it would go to Dave Jackson for his Healing Our Marriage podcast that he does with his wife. He shares how his faith, his mentors, and his friends helped sustain him when he hit rock bottomShow Name: Braver By The DayHost Name:
Joshua C ListonEpisode:
What we talk (and laugh) about in Epsiode 8:
How Dave got started in Podcasting and his career as a technical trainer
How exactly does Dave manage a family, full-time-job, and several popular weekly Podcasts
Why the right tool/tools can help with both productivity and creativity
How Dave faces the fear of failure and his “fake it til you make it” ethos
How does Dave help his students/clients celebrate the smalls wins
What music does Dave like?
Show Name: Black Man With a GunHost Name:
Dave Jackson runs the School of Podcasting and is a super great guy. I love this guy. He is so helpful; he probably should be charging more money to offset his generosity. I’d seek him out over ANYONE online today first because if he didn’t know, he’d tell you but still try to find out and help you.Show Name: Success FreaksHost Name:
Charles McFall & R. Mordant MahonEpisode:
How can you improve on something you haven’t even started yet? Though the answer may seem like an easy one, following through is an entirely different matter. Many of us talk about how we can improve ourselves and what it would take to accomplish said improvements, but how can we improve on things that we aren’t even doing?
In Success Freaks Episode #114, Mordant & McFall are joined by their good friend and renowned podcast coach Dave Jackson as they discuss what it takes to “Find Your Voice.” Whether it be “On the Air” or in “Real Life,” remaining true to who you are will help you find the “voice” that best suits you and your message. Join these three podcast musketeers as they rehash personal stories about what it took for them to find their own “voices” and take those first steps towards Living Ou