The PodSchool Podcast | Professional podcasting tips to help you create a kick-arse show
About This Show
Want to learn how to create your own kick-arse podcast? Then this show is for you. Each week professional podcaster, writer, radio and television presenter, Rachel Corbett reveals tips and tricks used by podcasting professionals to create compelling content, connect with an audience and keep listeners coming back for more. If you've never podcasted before, you've been winging it, or you're a seasoned semi-professional who wants to take their show to the next level, this podcast is packed with advice that will help you build a show that people will want to listen to.
If you're looking for more in-depth help with your podcast, check out Rachel's online podcasting course, PodSchool.com.au. It's a step-by-step guide to help you create your show from scratch, build an audience and turn your podcast into a business. You can also download Rachel's quick start podcasting guide at podcastguide.com.au.Read more »
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How long does it take to put together an episode?
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When you’re thinking of starting a podcast it’s understandable that you’d want to know what kind of time commitment you were going to be in for. Problem is there’s no easy way to work that out until you get started. Some of it will depend on your experience, how complex your show is and whether you’re hosting solo or with co-hosts. So on this episode Rachel Corbett tries to take you through some of the things you need to think about before getting started to give you an idea of what you’ll be in for before you jump in the deep end. Check out the show notes for this episode at podschoolpodcast.com (type “how long” in the search bar). Download my podcasting guide that takes you through all the tools and tech you need to start your own podcast at podcastguide.com.auAbout the host...My name is Rachel Corbett and I've spent over 16 years working in media professionally, creating radio shows and podcasts for Australia’s largest media organisations as well as working as a television presenter and writer. I'm the Director of Podcasts at Mamamia and have created three (and counting) of my own podcasts with over 250,000 downloads. I also teach radio and podcasting at Australia’s premier radio school AFTRS (Australian Film Television and Radio School) and have my own online podcasting course, Podschool.com.au.Follow Rachel on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or at her website.Subscribe to the show.Read more »