How To Upgrade Your Podcast To Attract More Visitors

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a. Blue Yeti b. The Snowball c. The Samson Q1U. Instead, go for royalty-free music options. If you have GarageBand, many sound tracks are available with the software. There are dozens of royalty-free music sites, too, such as Royalty Free Music, Freeplay Music, Music Bakery, andShockwave. 3. Sound adjustments In addition to practicing, here are the next elements to address that can make an immediate improvement in your podcasting: CLICK HERE TO KNOW MORE ABOUT PODCASTING

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<ul><li><p>Click Here To Get Free Instant Access For 4 Traffic Generation Videos </p><p>How To Upgrade Your Podcast To Attract More Visitors </p><p>How Do I Upgrade My Podcast? </p><p>Now that youve got the basics covered and youve discovered some ways to refine </p><p>your podcasting skills, you may want to know what other steps you can take to </p><p>upgrade your podcast. </p><p>CLICK HERE TO KNOW MORE ABOUT PODCASTING </p><p>In addition to practicing, here are the next elements to address that can make an </p><p>immediate improvement in your podcasting: </p><p>1. Microphone </p><p>Upgrading to a more professional microphone will make a big difference in your </p><p>podcast quality. </p><p>A great microphone can be had for around $100, and should be one of your first </p><p>purchases when youre ready to make an investment in your podcast. </p><p>Some favorites of podcasters include the </p><p>a. Blue Yeti </p><p>b. The Snowball </p><p>c. The Samson Q1U. </p><p>Any of these options will provide a smooth sound quality. </p><p>2. Music </p><p>Adding intro and extro music is an easy way to make your podcast sound more </p><p>professional. But before you go taking clips from your favorite CDs and adding them to </p><p>your track, be aware that most music is covered by copyright laws, and the music </p><p>industry is notoriously nasty with infringers. </p><p>Instead, go for royalty-free music options. If you have GarageBand, many sound tracks </p><p>are available with the software. There are dozens of royalty-free music sites, too, such </p><p>as Royalty Free Music, Freeplay Music, Music Bakery, andShockwave. </p><p>3. Sound adjustments </p></li><li><p>Click Here To Get Free Instant Access For 4 Traffic Generation Videos </p><p>Invest a little time in learning to use your editing software so you can control sound </p><p>levels, eliminate dead air, fade your intro and extro in and out, and control volume for </p><p>different speakers. </p><p>A few minutes of editing makes a huge improvement in the quality of your final product. </p><p>If youre shooting video, the same is true: Eliminate dead spots, create transitions and </p><p>effects, and more to generate a polished finished product. </p><p>4. Quit Popping </p><p>One of the most annoying things for podcast audiences is the popping of the Ps and </p><p>Bs on a podcast. As a podcaster, you may not even notice these little exhalations, but </p><p>your audience certainly does! </p><p>The solution: </p><p>Buy a microphone screen or make your own. </p><p>5. Create a dedicated website. </p><p>You can make yourself look like a big deal by creating a dedicated website for your </p><p>podcast or by moving your podcast from a free service to your own blog. </p><p>Include upcoming show topics, RSS and iTunes subscription links, and contact </p><p>information. For each show, create a direct link to the download, and include show </p><p>notes, which is a list of information and appropriate links for that episode. </p></li></ul>