As some of you may have seen on other discussions, I've just started a podcast teaching garden design. I really want to get this out there so as many people as possible to know it exists, but...
It takes a few reviews to get noticed before iTunes will list a podcast on 'new and noteworthy' so if you have a mo please could you do the honours & leave a quick review!
I'm also running a competition, where the person who leaves the most inspiring review (I want to get people motivated to change their garden this year) will win a copy of The Great Garden Formula online course worth £265 (though currently on an early Spring offer half price).
So if that's something you'd like to win, check out this competition page before you leave an iTunes review.
Hi Mike, sorry only just seen your post (been away for a few weeks). I doubt I will get much opportunity to write a post on podcasting for a while, but here are the resources I used to get going http://jasonvanorden.com/ he is one of the Internet Business Mastery and has been doing podcasting for years.
You just need a half decent mic to get going - I use the Blue Snowball http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B002OO333Q/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UT...
I produce them on GarageBand (free on Mac) if you have a PC look for Audacity - that is a free editing too.
Hope that helps
i am thinking about producing a podcast or series.
is there any chance you could write a blog on how to get started or a post in the key business objectives group.
thanks in advance mike