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Music advice for the weekend #6

It’s Friday afternoon but you’re still at work. It isn’t time to leave yet but you can’t control your mind. You’re thinking of friends’ dinner parties and evening meet-ups. Maybe because it’s Spring, the warmth, or the smell of flowers, but you can feel the changes…
Don’t forget that the weekend needs a soundtrack too…and so here we are, at the same time, same place, with our suggestions:

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Music advice for the weekend #5

Monday 8 am: Sunny
Tuesday 8 am: Cloudy and cold
Wednesday 8 am: It’s almost spring. Sunny and hot!
Thursday 8 am: Rain
Friday, Saturday and Sunday: Achoo….Achoo….Achoooo!!!
Here we are! Crazy March forces you to another weekend at home with your dear friends: Where are the tissues?!

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4 groups who should broadcast live with Spreaker

Hi guys, here we are again to share some useful tips for 4 different groups, for which broadcasting live can make the difference.

Bloggers

Bloggers are, without any doubt, the first group to adopt new technologies, to test them and to use them for connecting with others. The art of blogging is a person-to-person thing so why don’t you take the chance of doing it live using your own voice? It could be interesting, and help you build a more close relationship with your readers.

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Music advice for the weekend #4

This past week, the main actors of our sky have been snow, rain, wind and clouds.
The meteorologists have assured us that good weather will be back in time for the weekend. We hope they are right!
But, what if it doesn’t happen? Well, if we have to stay home the whole weekend, at least let’s have some good music to keep us up!

So here come our suggestions for this weekend:

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5 good reasons why Entertainers should start using Spreaker today

Hi guys, today I would like to suggest to our fellow entertainers some good reasons for joining Spreaker and become power users. Here they are:

1. Live Broadcasting (when you want to)

With Spreaker you can broadcast live at any time from the comfort of your home, but you can also use it for practicing your material without any pressure. It’s an easy way to rehearse your shows and, when you feel ready, it becomes great opportunity to spread the voice around the World.

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Music advice for the weekend #3

Someone is looking forward to the weekend to get some sleep. Someone is waiting for Friday to hug a dear friend who will be visiting. Someone is waiting for Saturday to join to your sweetheart.
Others have no plans…because they prefer to have some fun, just one click away. For this reason, Spreaker doesn’t leave you alone! Let’s take a look at our suggestions:

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6 easy ways to attract and widen your audience on Spreaker

It all comes to the audience. Talking on the Microphone is thrilling and gives you a great reward, but simply because we assume there are people out there listening to what we’re saying. The good news is that there are people out there willing to listen to your show, especially if you follow our guidelines. The bad news is that they still don’t know about you and it takes time to attract their attention.
So what should you do? Well, we have drafted a very simple list of actions you can take today to attract and widen your listeners audience. You will be surprised of the results!

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5 steps to get you started as an Amazing Radio Host on Spreaker

First of all, believe me: it is not that difficult. Getting to your audience doesn’t require any special gift; of course a great voice can do magic, so does an intriguing personality. But that’s just the cherry on the top of the cake!

The truth is that you only need to follow 5 simple basic rules and you will be surprised of the size of the audience you’re going to build. So, let me explain this particular recipe in five steps:

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6 unmissable tips for Interviewing Guests on your Radio Show

In this interesting post, author Larry Amon makes a useful list of things you need to prepare in advance when planning an Interview on your Radio Show.

Especially if you’re going live instead of podcasting.

The key message is be prepared. And this can be done easily if you follow the following simple steps

  1. Research the person or topic. You never know where the interview is going when you’re live so you’d better be comfortable with the matter. Or you might give your audience the idea of a complete beginner.
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Music advice for the weekend #2

Hey guys!
Here we are again, with our suggestions for the weekend.
With Spreaker, there is no time to get bored! Our recommendations follow:

In English:

  • The beat goes on…a poetry of beat. Someone said “Relax! Take it easy…” so why don’t do it during the weekend with a calming music soundtrack? You are tuned on the right show, so just go and have this warm bath!


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