1. Decide on your podcast niche – understand your audience& create a topic that’s of interest to them
The key to picking a podcast niche is to understand your audience and create a topic that they are interested in.
The first thing you need to do is find out what your audience is interested in. You can do this by asking them or by looking at the people who follow you, like, or subscribe to your podcast’s social media pages. Once you have made an educated guess about the type of content that will be most popular with them, think of a memorable title that will catch their attention and make sure they know what the podcast is all about when they see it on social media.
You should aim for a balance between popularity and niche specificity. If you pick something too specific then it may not get enough listeners and if you pick something too generic then it might not be as interesting for someone who
2. Find a place where you want to record your podcast – recording in-person or online?
The heart of podcasting is actually the voice of the host or hosts, and a good microphone. You can get this from in-person recording if you have access to a studio space. The advantage of in-person recording is that you can pause or rewind quickly, and edit out mistakes or pauses.
You can also do it online via Skype or Google hangouts, which will save you the hassle of finding an appropriate place to record. The disadvantage is that you may have to deal with echo so you will need to rely on various sound-dampening techniques.
3. Choose where you want to publish the podcast – SoundCloud, iTunes, YouTube, etc.?
I would recommend SoundCloud for best quality.
SoundCloud is a good platform for podcasts because of its large community and users. It is also a popular platform among artists to publish their music.
4. Write down what equipment you need – microphone, sound recorder, or remote service?
In the past, people would use a microphone to record audio. Now, people are using sound recorders to do it. The sound recorder is a small device that records audio for digital devices and can be set up to be used with a microphone or by itself.
However, it is not always necessary to have the equipment in order to record audio. Some people can hire a service that records their voice remotely over the internet and then sends them an edited version of the recording. This saves time and money because you don’t need any equipment.
People have been recording their own voices remotely for years now through services like Skype or FaceTime. These services are popularly used for online interviews and conference calls because they allow you to talk face-to-face while speaking into your computer’s
5. Start producing episodes – decide on how often you want to publish and prepare content for each episode
Once you have decided on how often you want to publish and whether you will publish one episode or multiple episodes per week, it is time to create content for each episode. You can do that by creating a script or outline for the episode, researching and scheduling your guest, and writing the scripts.
The process of producing an episode starts with deciding what type of episodes (multiple or one) release frequency (weekly, monthly, etc.). It is then necessary to create an outline for the episode that will include what you will talk about in each section. This outline can be either written out in paragraphs or as a list of bullet points. Once you have your outline all figured out it becomes time to research your guests by finding their contact information and previous interviews they have done.