Lilli’s Lowdown – The basics of podcasting

Happy Friday everyone! It’s been another podcast focused week on the Amplify blog. Are you a novice or an expert who could use some new tips? Check out what was featured this week…

basics of podcasting
“You’ve decided you’re ready, and you’re going to start a podcast. However, what’s next? Luckily, we’ve got you covered with our step-by-step guide to podcasting.”

This week on Should I Start a Podcast, Bruce Wawrzyniak shared his tips and tricks to starting a podcastBruce also speaks about how he started out podcasting and why podcasting is more than just a marketing tool

This interview if for any of you who may be wanting to start a podcast. Particularly those who don’t know where to begin! As a non-podcaster myself it was certainly gave me valuable insight into the world of podcasting.

basics of podcasting

Does your own business need a shake up? On Bond Appetit this week Ronsley got interviewed by Warwick Merry. Ronsley shared the value of disruption, what you can achieve with it and the secret to great podcasting. In our article on the blog we look at how globally recognised companies are now starting to shift towards a more disruptive business model and how that can be a good thing!
“Essentially, a disruptive business model is one that rewrites the game rules…It acts to turn the existing business model upside-down. It reframes it to create better value in some way, shape or form.”
On this weeks team post Tuesday we had our resident Lord of Word, Shannon Morrison jump back into the blog. This time he basics of podcastingshared his top tips for developing content ideas that your customers will love

I know that it can be hard to sit down for a solid block of time and focus on writing the story inside your head. Writers block is a real thing and it can be hard to come out with fresh content regularly.

“A lot of business owners worry that they won’t be able to find enough topics for their needs. They hesitate to jump into a content oriented marketing plan to engage with customers.”

With Shannon’s tips I’m sure you would feel at ease and come away with different strategies for achieving a bit more versatility.

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Author: Lilliana Wale

Lilliana is the Oracle of Order at AMPLIFY. She is a personal assistant and content creator.

She has a Bachelor degree in Creative Industries majoring in fashion and journalism from Queensland University of Technology.

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