‘podcasting’ Videos

  • Steve Stewart: Podcasting 101

    Steve Stewart: Podcasting 101

    WordCamp St. Louis 2017Speaker: Steve Stewart

    March 30, 2017 — You’ve always wanted to launch a podcast, but you just aren’t ready. What are you missing: Gear? A Launch Strategy? Courage to get on the mic every week?

    Steve Stewart has been helping podcasters with their shows and their tech for more than 5 years. In this session he will explain what an RSS feed is, what you need to launch a podcast, and answer your questions about monetization or growing an audience.

  • WordPress Community Interview With Krystal O'Connor

    WordPress Community Interview With Krystal O’Connor

    WordPress Community Interview SeriesSpeaker: Krystal O’Connor

    January 29, 2017 — Krystal O’Connor lives near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and works at Libsyn which is a podcasting hosting service. She provides technical support, writes and maintains the Libsyn Knowledge Base, produces the video tutorials, manages the Libsyn Tutor YouTube channel, and co-hosts Libsyn Live

    She spoke at WordCamp Pittsburgh with a presentation titled WordPress + Podcasting.

  • WordPress Community Interview With Troy Dean

    WordPress Community Interview With Troy Dean

    Speaker: Troy Dean

    November 7, 2016 — Troy Dean resides in Melbourne Australia and is a WordPress consultant and co-founder of Video User Manuals, a video tutorial plug-in to teach your client how to use WordPress, as well as WP Elevation, the world’s first business accelerator program for WordPress consultants. He speaks regularly at WordCamps

  • Adam Silver: How to Grow Your Business With WordPress and Podcasting

    Adam Silver: How to Grow Your Business With WordPress and Podcasting

    WordCamp Phoenix 2016Speaker: Adam Silver

    November 2, 2016 — Growing your business is about building trust and whats more trusting then your voice? Where writing a blog post may not come easy to people, speaking is very natural, and intimate. Podcasting is growing (once again) and it’s not that hard to do! In this session I’ll show the workflow, best practices and ways to monetize.

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  • Gary Leland: Podcasting - Should It Be Part of Your Content Strategy

    Gary Leland: Podcasting – Should It Be Part of Your Content Strategy

    WordCamp Dallas / Fort Worth 2016Speaker: Gary Leland

    November 2, 2016 — Podcasting was created 12 years ago, and is considered one of the fastest growing medias available. You do not have to be a seasoned audio pro to take advantage of what podcasting can add to your media mix. Find out what Podcasting is all about, and if you should consider using it to grow your business.

    Podcasting Hall of Famer, Gary Leland, gives you a behind the scenes look at the benefits and gives you information about using podcasting in your content strategy.

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  • Krystal O’Connor: WordPress + Podcasting

    Krystal O’Connor: WordPress + Podcasting

    WordCamp Pittsburgh 2016Speaker: Krystal O’Connor

    September 20, 2016 — Many podcasters turn to WordPress to help build the website that will be the landing page for their podcast show, but did you know there were themes, plugins, and best practices geared directly toward marrying your podcast and your WordPress site?

    This session will talk about some of those best practices (and some not so good practices), and will cover some awesome podcast themes and plugins that will help you get the job done.

  • WordPress Community Interview Series With Daniel J. Lewis

    WordPress Community Interview Series With Daniel J. Lewis

    WordPress Community Interview SeriesSpeaker: Daniel J. Lewis

    September 19, 2016 — Daniel J. Lewis is an award-winning podcaster. He helps others launch and improve their own podcasts for sharing their passions and finding success. Daniel creates training resources (like SEO for Podcasters) and podcasting tools (like My Podcast Reviews); He offers one-on-one consulting and group training. He has been a keynote speaker on podcasting and social media on numerous occasions.

  • Tony Zeoli: Podcasting and Live Streaming with WordPress

    Tony Zeoli: Podcasting and Live Streaming with WordPress

    WordCamp Asheville 2016Speaker: Tony Zeoli

    August 14, 2016 — Podcasting and live streaming have gained in popularity. There is just a podcast for just about everything you can think of today. And, with YouTube, Periscope, and Mixlr, you can live stream audio or video. In this session, you’ll learn how to record, edit, and publish your podcast or live stream with WordPress, and how to use WordPress plugins to embed your live stream or distribute your podcast to iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and other podcast outlets.

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  • Amy Felman: Passionate Podcasting with WordPress

    Amy Felman: Passionate Podcasting with WordPress

    WordCamp Boston 2016Speaker: Amy Felman

    August 14, 2016 — Starting and growing a podcast on WordPress has allowed me to reach thousands of listeners worldwide. I’ve connected with my idols and built my own tribe of followers. In this talk, I’ll outline the step by step process (and mindset) I used to launch a successful podcast on WordPress.

  • Thorsten Weber: Podcasten ist Bloggen, nur mit der Stimme

    Thorsten Weber: Podcasten ist Bloggen, nur mit der Stimme

    WordCamp Nuremberg 2016Speaker: Thorsten Weber

    April 21, 2016 — In seinem Vortrag erläutert uns Thorsten, wie auch wir mit einem Podcast auf Sendung gehen können. Vielleicht produzieren auch wir bessere Inhalte, wenn wir über unsere Themen sprechen, statt zu schreiben. Als WordPress-Nutzer sind wir nur ein Plugin davon entfernt unsere Webseite in eine Sendeanstalt für Podcasts zu verwandeln. Podcasts sind regelmäßig erscheinende Audio-Beiträge, die von den Hörern meist mit ihrem Smartphone gehört werden. Eine Podcast-Sendung lässt sich wunderbar nebenbei konsumieren. Dabei vermittelt das Audioformat ein gefühlte Nähe zum Sprecher, die sich mit keinem anderen Medium erreichen lässt. Wer sonst darf sich seinen Hörern bis auf wenige Millimeter ans Trommelfell nähern? Die Hörer nehmen uns sogar mit ins Bett. Thorsten gibt seine langjährige Erfahrung weiter, für welche Themen ein Podcast das richtige Medium ist. Der wichtigste Punkt ist jedoch die Scheu vor dem Klang der eigenen Stimme zu verlieren. Denn in der Aufnahme empfindet man seine eigene Stimme immer als schrecklich. Außerdem behandelt sein Vortrag die technischen Grundlagen, von der Audioaufnahme, über den Schnitt und das Audio-Mastering bis zur Verbreitung des RSS-Feeds über iTunes und Google Play Music. Im Vergleich zu Blogposts und Youtube-Videos ist die Konkurrenz bei Podcasts überschaubar. Dabei stehen wir in Deutschland noch vor dem Durchbruch dieses Mediums. Zukünftig plant Google Play Music auch Podcasts zu unterstützen. Dann bekommen 80% der deutschen Mobilfunknutzer mit Android-Geräten einen einfachen Zugang zu Podcasts. In der anschließenden Diskussion möchte er mit uns Fragen erörtern, zum Beispiel wie sich Hörer in Kunden verwandeln lassen und wie schwierig das sein kann.