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My Tips and Tools for Creating Your Own Podcast

Today’s episode is all about podcasting. We usually talk about blogging in this podcast, but to celebrate reaching the milestone of 50 podcast episodes, I thought I might share what’s worked and what hasn’t worked in my podcasting journey so far.

In just three months my podcast series has hit #1 in iTunes Australia, was in the top 10 international chart for the first weeks, and is hovering in top 10 for Business/Marketing categories for Australia and America.

I still have a lot to learn, but I’ve been getting asked a lot about how I create this podcast series, so I decided to share what I’ve learned so far (and am sharing my most listened to podcasts and the tools I use below).

What I Learned About Podcasting in my First 50 Episodes, Darren Rowse, ProBlogger

In This Episode

You can listen to today’s episode above or in iTunes or Stitcher (where we’d also LOVE to get your reviews on those platforms if you have a moment). In today’s episode I share:

  • the benefits of starting a podcast
  • how I measure my podcast’s success
  • my podcast statistics
  • what types of content have been most popular so far on my podcast series
  • the most effective ways to deliver podcast content
  • the details behind my experiment of completing 31 podcasts in 31 days
  • the tools I use to create my podcast series
  • how you can use a podcast series to build an audience
  • how to monetize a podcast

Further Reading and Resources for Tips and Tools for Creating Your Own Podcast

The most popular episodes in my podcast series so far:

The videos I used to help me in setting up my podcast, by Pat Flynn: 

The podcasting tools I use:

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