If podcasting is your hobby, does that mean that it’s free? The answer is no, hobby podcasting isn’t free podcasting. This week we discuss some of the challenged that make it hard to try to podcast for free, and where it might benefit to try to pay a little money, and where you can try to save a buck or two.
In this week’s Better Podcasting Download, we discuss how Automaticc is buying Pocket Casts, and we speculate what this means for the future.
Finally, we take listener feedback, including a listener who encountered an issue with their recording this week, and we have a listener who was invited by Facebook to turn on their new podcast feature.
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Main Topic: Hobby podcasting isn’t free podcasting
- How podcasting is much more accessible to hobbyists
- Why the easiest/cheapest way to podcast isn’t always the way we recommend you podcast
- Areas of podcasting that will cost you money when you podcast
- Related podcasting expenses (such as a web presence)
- Reasons why you may need to be ok spending money on your podcast
- How spending money on your podcast can be helpful
- How podcasting for free can negatively impact your podcast
- Areas where you might be able to save money on your podcast
- Other hobbies that cost money, and how they stack up against podcasting
- Reasons why you think you should be ok with spending money on podcasting (if that’s your primary hobby)
- Podcasting is a great value hobby for what you get out of it
Better Podcasting Download:
- Automaticc purchased pocket casts