Niche Marketing and Recording On The Go with Mark Sterling of The Major Wrestling Figure Podcast

If you’ve heard of The Major Wrestling Figure Podcast, you know what they’re about. Hosts Brian Myers and Matt Cardona talk about wrestling figures, memorabilia, and news in the wrestling figure industry, and more. You might be more familiar with their work names: Curt Hawkins and Zach Ryder, the professional wrestling tag team Major BrosContinue reading “Niche Marketing and Recording On The Go with Mark Sterling of The Major Wrestling Figure Podcast”

The Many Phases and Faces of Fans: The Gravity Beard Podcast on Community

As a content creator, it’s an accepted fact that a podcast is nothing without its fan following.  Whether your fans are the quiet sort that bring it up for recommendations, or loudly and meticulously buying merch, liveshow tickets, and behind-the-scenes patron-program access, all fans are good fans and welcome to be part of your show.Continue reading “The Many Phases and Faces of Fans: The Gravity Beard Podcast on Community”

Podcasts in Education – Talking Teaching with Danny Hauger

In an ever-evolving world, we are always looking for new ways to learn and new ways to teach.  Even outside of the education sphere of school and universities, people are hungry for knowledge and new ways to consume it.  But it’s within those schools and universities that we find those who are hungry to shareContinue reading “Podcasts in Education – Talking Teaching with Danny Hauger”

Monetize Your Podcast with PodAds – Just Shoot It Podcast

Matt Enlow and Oren Kaplan, cohosts of the podcast JUST SHOOT IT sat down with us to talk about their show, directing, how to combine the two, and some strategies to monetize your podcast. More work goes into making movies, television, and commercials than people realize.  Even beyond considering the work that lies behind theContinue reading “Monetize Your Podcast with PodAds – Just Shoot It Podcast”

Effectively Grow Your Community with Wolf 359’s Gabriel Urbina

You can have the most state-of-the-art equipment, the most professional audio processing software, and the best podcast host in the game, but that doesn’t mean anything if your podcast doesn’t get listened to.  You should always create for yourself, make something that you’re proud to go back and listen to at the end of theContinue reading “Effectively Grow Your Community with Wolf 359’s Gabriel Urbina”

Internal Podcasts and Private Podcasts For Training and Internal Communication – VMware

While there’s nothing wrong with newsletters, emails, and group conference calls, some companies like VMWare have taken a step further and implemented internal podcasts and private podcasts for communication and training purposes.   According to Marty Boyzuck, Director of Enablement Technology Architecture & Design of VMWare, it’s not a new concept.  Out of all the careersContinue reading “Internal Podcasts and Private Podcasts For Training and Internal Communication – VMware”

The Throughline of True Crime: Josh Hallmark on Empathy, Inverting Genre, and Making The Most of Podcast Advertising

What does it mean to be human? That’s not the question Josh Hallmark set out with when he first started his podcast Our Americana.  It probably wasn’t even the question brought up with his following podcasts Playlist or The Karen and Ellen Letters.  But it’s the question he answers in his true crime podcast, TrueContinue reading “The Throughline of True Crime: Josh Hallmark on Empathy, Inverting Genre, and Making The Most of Podcast Advertising”

Working Smart As Well As Hard: Dr. Scott Cooper on Local Sponsors, History as a Story, and His Experience with PodAds

When Dr. Scott Cooper sits to record his podcast, he’s surrounded by an eclectic collection of odds and ends in his office-turned-recording studio.  Such items include: a 1980s bathroom condom machine he restored, skeletons (though he assured us they’re not human), smoking memorabilia (including packs of cigarettes from the 1940s), and – one of theContinue reading “Working Smart As Well As Hard: Dr. Scott Cooper on Local Sponsors, History as a Story, and His Experience with PodAds”