What is podcast monetization and how do podcasts make money? You’ve probably realized by now that almost everyone and their brother are podcasting. From Michelle Obama to Oprah Winfrey, to the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, it seems like podcasting is the new craze. And it’s paying off.
Heroine podcast is where to tune-in if you want to be inspired by creative and amazing women from all over the world. Sailors to CEOs, artists to authors – there are women from all fields of work and all walks of life. This week we’ve been chatting to its founder and host, Majo Molfino, about how she got into podcasting.
In this blog post we’ll discuss how including music and sound effects throughout your recordings can create an engaging podcast, and offer a heightened audio experience for your listeners.
When you first start podcasting or are looking to improve, there are a number of things you can do to really make it feel and sound professional; you can focus on your niche, publish episodes regularly, use the right gear, get the right audio-editing software, as well as use music and effects.
Today we’ll focus on the ways different podcasters have used music throughout their content.