Tag: David Jackson

Ask the Podcast Coach for May 30, 2015

This week on Ask the Podcast Coach, we talk with a really excited caller who was podcasting for the first time.  We talked about hosting, live podcasting, and Godaddy v Libsyn.  We talk about Leo LePorte shutting down the live chat and streaming for his very popular shows on the twit network.  We covered some other popular platforms with Stitcher.com, Spreaker.com, iTunes and Tunein.com.  Rich helps us wrap the show with a question about Google Hangouts.  You can find this podcast at http://askthepodcastcoach.com/gale-wants-to-start-a-podcast-leo-laporte-shuts-down-parts-of-twit/ Contact Jim at jim@theaverageguy.tv Follow Jim on Twitter at https://twitter.com/jcollison Follow Dave on Twitter at https://twitter.com/learntopodcast Find

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Ask the Podcast Coach for May 9, 2015

This week on Ask the Podcast Coach, we are missing Dave Jackson to Word Camp and Mike Howard from http://jpeg2RAW.com joins the show.  Mike spend some time talking about his live setup with Vmix and we also talk about being ready for live.  It takes practice, practice, practice.  Nick called in and asks about his new Mackie Mixer that didn’t work as expected for a live event.  Dave called in from Wordcamp and gave us an update.  Right in the middle of the show, Mike’s power supply on his PC blew out.  A good reason to have a back up

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Ask the Podcast Coach for April 25, 2015

This week on Ask the Podcast Coach, we talk about all the things Dave learned at New Media Expo, Dave talked about his new series on Podcasting for Free, I talked about the need for cross platform knowledge when it comes to podcasting.  You can’t be an Android guy or an iPhone Guy, you need to be both.  We covered the topic of RSS and how that works for humans (I actually bought a new domain during the show to help out with that) and we had a discussion around http://podcasts.com.  Bill called in with a question around using podcasting

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Ask the Podcast Coach for April 18, 2015

This week on Ask the Podcast Coach, we talk about Dave’s work and experience at New Media Expo in Las Vegas.  We cover the Podcast Awards, things you can and can’t control with your podcast, Dave’s discussion with Norm Pattiz from Podcast One and some info on the new http://Clammr.com You can find this podcast at http://askthepodcastcoach.com/new-media-expo-reflections/ Contact Jim at jim@theaverageguy.tv Follow Jim on Twitter at https://twitter.com/jcollison Follow Dave on Twitter at https://twitter.com/learntopodcast Find this and other great Podcasts from the Average Guy Network at http://theaverageguy.tv

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Ask the Podcast Coach for April 4, 2015

This week on Ask the Podcast Coach, we talk about Ringr.us, Changes with Blog Talk Radio and Chatwing as well as a new directory at http://podcastersunite.directory.  We also mentioned http://zoom.us as a good options for recording calls with both audio and video. You can find this podcast at http://askthepodcastcoach.com/blog-talk-radio-keeping-it-simple-podcasters-unite/ Contact Jim at jim@theaverageguy.tv Follow Jim on Twitter at https://twitter.com/jcollison Follow Dave on Twitter at https://twitter.com/learntopodcast Find this and other great Podcasts from the Average Guy Network at http://theaverageguy.tv

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Ask the Podcast Coach for February 14, 2015

This week on Ask the Podcast Coach, we talked about Parking domains with a call from Michael Ray.  Jason Bryant called in to talk about providing a show that only goes out to certain subscribers and not in the main feed.  The show ended with a big discussion about who is at fault about the RSS problem.  Google or Apple.  I don’t take sides.  It’s both their problem. You can find this podcast at http://askthepodcastcoach.com/parking-websites-easter-egg-hunts-apple-vs-google/ Contact Jim at jim@theaverageguy.tv Follow Jim on Twitter at https://twitter.com/jcollison Follow Dave on Twitter at https://twitter.com/learntopodcast Find this and other great Podcasts from the Average

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