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Can You Make a Cheap Mic Sound Better – An Update

Last year we asked the question, Can You Make a Cheap Mic Sound Good? Since then, it’s turned into one of our more popular posts. That also spawned my giveaway ebook, Podcast Secret Sauce which walks you step-by-step through the process of adjusting your current recording setup to get the optimal Big Voice sound. Look […]

The History of Social Media – Infographic

A most awesome history lesson from our friends at Copyblogger. In case you’re wondering, social media didn’t start with the advent of Facebook, nor with the very first weblog. From the very first email in 1971, we strive to make the interwebs a more social place. From that first email and weblog were born the […]

A Step-by-Step Guide to Setting Up Your WordPress Website

WordPress is the most popular content management system available and an absolute necessity for podcasters. Before you can even consider which platform you want to use, how to set up your feeds or where to store your shows, you’ve got to have a fully functioning content management system in place on your own self-hosted website. […]

The Uber-Guide to Twitter Marketing

If you’re not clued in to the rich resource of content that Copyblogger presents each day, then let me give you a taste. “What, we’re not bloggers… we’re podcasters!” Ah, but on the contrary, if you run a blog to distribute your podcast, then YES, you are a blogger! But, let’s look at it in […]

What Podcasters Can Learn From Internet Musicans

So you want to be in indie artist, eh? You’ve got a little help now from indie artist and podcast host, Brian Hartzog, an indie artist who has produced and released multiple CDs on the internet and worked for years in the computer industry. The Internet Musician Podcast made its official debut this January by […]

Top 50 Podcast Directories

In identifying the top 50 podcast directories, I slogged through countless “directories of directories.” The one thing I found they all had in common, crappy links. Dead links, 404’s, broken links — it’s looking like trying to keep a podcast directory up is both time-consuming and not very profitable. But, have faith because I did […]

Google+ As A Podcasting Tool? Looks Promising

The folks over at Phandroid have been messing around with Hangouts on Google+ and have figured out a way (albeit rudimentary) to create a multi-person video podcast. The Problem You’ve got a multi-person video podcast that you want to create and, of course, everyone can’t get in the same room together… let alone the same […]

Open Letter to American Business: Why Aren’t You Sponsoring Podcasts?

Newspaper ad revenue has plunged to its lowest level in 27 years, now being surpassed by the internet. Terrestrial radio’s future is even worse. Television is still holding on but with the advent of Hulu, Netflix, and Google TV, more and more eyes and ears are being drawn to the web. You are scrambling to […]

5 Podcasts You Should Be Listening To

One thing ProPodder is all about is pointing out the good stuff you might have missed. Life can get busy and sometimes we just don’t have the time to sift through all of the podcasts out there to find the real gems. Here’s are five that I’ve been listening to that I really think should […]

Can You Make a Cheap Mic Sound Good?

In a previous post I did a microphone shoot out between the Heil PR40 and the Rode Procaster microphones run through various preamps and software plugins. The point was to show that it may not be the most expensive mic that works best for your voice. Afterwards I got some great comments here and over […]

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