Testing Simple Podcast Press Plugin

Let’s test the Simple Podcast Press plugin from my buddy Hani Mourra! TEST 1

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Lon Naylor interviewed by Dean Haycox

This is a repurposed audio episode of an interview conducted by Dean Haycox of ScreencastMagazine.com. He discusses with Lon Naylor (of LearnCamtasia.com) the workflow, tips and resources of this 10-year screencasting veteran who is an authority on both Camtasia Studio(R) andPowerPoint(R). As you will hear in this audio podcast, Lon delivers his workflow and his…

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Legal Issues today from screencasts and podcasts to Blab

This episode is an interview with David Lizerbram of www.lizerbramlaw.com, conducted by Fred Castaneda from www.SkillsInScreencastsAndPodcasts.com and myself. As you will hear in this audio episode, David Lizerbram has recently entered the podosphere as of 2 November 2015 as a Podcaster with his show called Products of the Mind (available in iTunes(R) and other locations. What is interesting is…

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Monetizing podcasts by NOT STARTING one: a new Model

In this brief audio episode, we focus on a new model by Entrepreneur Tom Schwab on monetizing podcasts. His program produces results BY NOT CREATING OR STARTING YOUR OWN PODCAST — but rather, by being a GUEST on the podcast shows of others. In a recent webinar, he outlined his four elements: (1) Delivering a…

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4 Steps to becoming a successful CONTENT CREATOR

In this episode, we examine the four steps in the journey to becoming a successful content creator, especially for the podcaster. Does “success” mean making lots of money? Some of the “newbies” in the podosphere are making 7 figures, and there are a few who proudly proclaim their revenues and share them online. But, no,…

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Podcast Cross-over

When you start a podcast you become much more than a podcaster. You’ve crossed the line from media consumer to media producer. So have you taken your new talents outside the “studio?”  Perhaps you’ve been on TV, written an article for a newspaper or magazine, or given presentations at a conference all as a result…

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Lon Naylor interview with James Maduk

About a month ago, Lon Naylor was interviewed by James Maduk, the key principle of the blog titled WPBlogSupport.com. In his own words, he describes the focus of this informative dialogue: Need to create products for your WordPress Site?  How about “How-To” guides taken directly from your desktop or phone screen? If a Picture’s worth a…

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Why Podcasting is Bigger Than You Think

Recently, a company called Edison Research released some new data in a study called Share Of Ear. Edison basically keeps tabs on ALL kinds of stats having to do with what people listen to: AM/FM Radio, Internet radio, Sirius, TV Music channels, music they own…you name it! Including: Podcasts But…according to the data, podcasting only…

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Some Audello Tests in WordPress Post

Let’s test the Audello WordPress Plug-in: Fred Castaneda interviews Ray Ortega and Lon Naylor: Ya! How about a Playlist?

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