Blogger Bridge – Accents – Interview Chunking – We’re Moving

Today in episode 398 we continue our discussion with Chris Christiansen of amateurtravelor.com as he is the developer behind Bloggerbridge.com which is a great way for businesses and potential guests to find podcasters/bloggers. You can find it at www.bloggerbridge.com

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Because of my podcast [3:13]

Jeff from the Once Upon a Time podcast is now doing a podcast with his wife on the Television show Once Upon a Time. He has had actors from the show call in, and he went to watch a shooting of the show where he got to meet the actors and have lunch with them. He is now having an adventure with his wife.

Do You Break Up Interviews into Two Parts? [10:15]

If you have a long interview should you break it into two parts? For me there is no such thing as too long, only too boring. If the interview can be broken into two complete segments I think that's ok. I hate when I'm in the middle of a great conversation and the break in and say I have to wait until the next episode to hear the rest. As my interview with Chris went long last week, I cut this portion about blogger bridge from the interview and I'm using it today.

Blogger Bridge Helps Connect Podcasters With Businesses[11:55]

Blogger Bridge is a website that helps connect companies with relevant bloggers, writers, podcasters, videographers and other content creators. Some people should not work together. Find the right match of skills, approach, content and style for your brand. For more information go to www.bloggerbridge.com

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You can order your subscription by going to www.schoolofpodcasting.com/podertainment (affiliate link). It's $12 a year or $2.99 per issue.

Should I podcast if I have a Accent? [19:05]

Lode of http://sotospeakshow.blogspot.com asks, “If English is a second language, should I podcast in English?” This will be completely subjective based on each person, but for me your accent is fine. I would recommend buying a domain and pointing it at your blogspot site.

What About Using Libsyn as a Website [24:55]

Bill from the ywam podcast (www.ywampodcast.com) asks about using Libsyn.com as a media host and website like Rob Walch does on tii.libsyn.com ?

This would be a way to save $7 a month that you would normally pay to a company like HostGator. Its a basic looking website, and you will need to know html to be able to edit it. I would use libsyn for hosting, and something like tumblr.com (IF YOU MUST GO FREE) for your website and submit the libsyn feed (not the Feedburner feed) to iTunes (and get feedburner out of the picture). I spoke about this back in 2008.  You can get a free month at libsyn.com using the coupon code ” sopfree.”

Phone System Checks [33:25]

I'm not testing a magic jack as I have tested Uberconference (I said ubercast on the show), and it works fine on its own. It drops callers left and right (as does Blog Talk Radio and Callinstudio.com) . So we will see.

Patreon Helps Content Creators Get Paid [37:15]

This is a system that like a kickstart.com campaign that is on going, or you can set it up to be paid every time you release an episode. I will have a representative from Patreon on the show next week. You can see my example at http://www.patreon.com/podcastcoach and support the show.

Start Podcasting in Six Weeks is Postponed [38:11]

I'm moving the School of Podcasting to a VPS server to make it faster. Basically I'm getting more traffic than my current shared hosting can handle. I'm moving to Host Dime ($60 a month). It's not going to be fun, and it  will be time consuming. In general, I need the next few Saturdays to get things moved and in place so I can put future plans in place for the School of Podcasting. We still have the self paced tutorials running, but you can go to www.howtopodcast.com and sign up for the email list to be notified.


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Podcasting in Six Weeks Surveye

 

Leave A Reply (4 comments so far)


  1. inlinecom
    4 years ago

    My company is relate to Telecommunication sector and this is very useful for free calling service and this is the best largest company in Canada region like Toronto and Mississauga.

    Telephone system Toronto


  2. Gary Fawcett
    4 years ago

    Hi Dave,

    I think the module idea is more appealing to me, as I have been podcasting for a while now and I know the basics. Getting training on a specific topic would work better for me, rather than paying for an entire course.

    Good luck with the website move, have you looked into plugins such as Duplicator. That may help with the move of the site?

    I have joined the Blogger Bridge as well, not sure if it will bring much to us as we are based in New Zealand, but we will see.

    See ya…Gary


  3. Bill Hutchison
    4 years ago

    Thanks Dave for including my comment in your podcast. I was actually recording my message in the Ikea carpark here in Adelaide, Australia. They were doing some demolition in the property beside Ikea and my 2 year old son and I were watching it and I guess you all were listening to it. 🙂


  4. Minnesota Matt
    4 years ago

    Hi Dave,

    This is Minnesota Matt from the 2 Pound Test and a Bare Hook podcast. Just wanted to say I love the idea of being able to purchase an individual Saturday class rather than having to buy the full set of 6! Keep up the great work and thanks for all the awesome tips and advice!

    MN Matt

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