Find Time to Spread the Word-Ready to Try Podcasting?

Finding time to spread the word about your product or service or passion is always a challenge.  Maybe you write articles or engage in social media.  Maybe you have a blog, comment on others’ blogs, and take part in forums and teleclasses.  Maybe you send out press releases.

These are all powerful and important tools that can certainly help to raise and maintain your profile on the internet.  But what other ways are there to spread the word?

Well, over the past several months we have been adding audio to our Finding Time E-zine.  I read and amplify the main article aloud and give people the option of either listening via a link, or reading it on-line.  Doing that has given us a growing library of audio material that we recently decided to start publishing as a series of podcasts.

In our case, as we already had our material recorded on Audio Acrobat, we’ve used that to publish the podcasts …

… and to share them in the iTunes store!

You can also use sites like Blog Talk Radio and PodBean to get yourself up and running in the podcast world!

Here’s a great How To video that Denise Wakeman has posted on You Tube with step-by-step directions for how to set up your podcast on Audio Acrobat:

Are you ready to try podcasting? I highly recommend it as a way to enhance your presence and accessibility on the web!

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Disclosure of Material Connection: I have no material connection with the products or services mentioned here, and have not received any compensation for writing this content.

Comments

  1. Paula,

    Thanks so much for this podcast information. It’s an activity I want to add to my marketing success imediately.

    Ellene

  2. Hi Ellene –

    I am glad you liked this, and will look forward to your podcasts, as I am sure they will be excellent and informative!

    Best,

    Paula

  3. I think one of the best ways to find time for marketing is to schedule into my day every morning. I spend 15 minutes doing tweets for the day and posting to Facebook. Because it’s in my schedule, I actually do it!

    Good idea to do a podcast. That’s not MY preferred way of getting info (I’d rather read) but I can see it being attractive for people who have to drive to work. (I’m lucky enough to work from home!)

  4. Timo Kiander says

    Paula,

    Podcasting is a great way to build relationships with others on your market.

    Interviewing experts on your niche will bring the voice and expertise of others to your “online property”, which in turn can attract more visitors to your blog.

    At the same time, it requires work (of course).

    I’m currently taking a small break on podcasting, but hopefully I’m ready to get back on track soon!

    Cheers,
    Timo

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