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PAB2007 – The Power of Podcasting panel

Photo of The Power of Podcasting panel taken by Bob GoyetcheThe Power of Podcasting: Taking Your Initiatives To The Next Level panel at PAB2007 by Terry Fallis, Ian Hull and Kate Morgan

Leveraging personal and professional ventures with a podcast is no longer risky business but a well-tested strategy to spread the word about your initiatives. With the potential to amplify your web presence, build community, and get people excited about what you do, podcasting is a powerful way to stand out in any niche.

This panel will share personal podcasting experiences, discuss how podcasting became a reality in their organizations, and provide various strategies to get you up and podcasting.

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PAB2007 – Charles Hodgson

Photo of Charles Hodgson taken by Mark BlevisBuilding Your Podcast Inside And Outside Of iTunes presented at PAB2007 by Charles Hodgson

What inspires one to podcast more than 500 episodes? Will this ever make money? Charles will talk about his experiences in building audience, his good luck and frustrations, and the opportunities he sees. Charles uses the opportunity to market his book.

This session deals with a mature subject matter.

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PAB2007 – Neil Gorman

Photo of Neil Gorman by Whitney HoffmanBroken Toasters, William Shatner and Podcast Burnout: Trust me, they’re all related presented at PAB2007 by Neil Gorman

Neil Gorman’s now famous presentation in which he explains the value of a podcaster’s hard work, gives real examples of why that work should not be abandoned and offers strategies to keep your podcast fresh.

NOTE: Songs performed by William Shatner removed for copyright reasons. This podcast qualifies for the iTunes explicit tag.

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PAB2007 – Andy Bilodeau

Photo of Andy Bilodeau taken by Bob GoyetcheThe 4 R’s Of Podcasting (because We Are 1 ‘R’ Better Than The Rest Of The World) presented at PAB2007 by Andy Bilodeau

In the real world we have the 3 R’s of schooling…Reading, wRiting and aRithmatic…then there are the 3 R’s of conservation Reduce, Reuse and Recycle…in podcasting we have the 4 R’s Reseach, Writing, Recording, RSS’ing.

This session will briefly delve into these 4 areas of the podcast production cycle. The emphasis of this session is not as a “How To” but more as a community created resource for the podcaster audience. Participation is not only encouraged, it is DEMANDED.

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PAB2007 – Bruce Murray

Photo of Bruce Murray taken by Andrea RossFive Low-Cost Or “No” Cost Treats For Your Sound presented at PAB2007 by Bruce Murray.

There is plenty of high-priced gear available that promises to make you sound like you’re working in a professional broadcast studio. Whether you’re just starting out or have been podcasting for a while, here are 5 key areas where low-cost or “no” cost solutions can make a big difference in your sound.

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PAB2007 – Bryan Person

Photo of Bryan Person taken by Bob GoyetcheManaging Your Social Media presented at PAB2007 by Bryan Person

Podcasters aren’t one-dimensional social media types. We also read and write blogs, participate in social networks, follow hundreds of RSS feeds, contribute to wikis, and send Twitter messages. In short, we have an insatiable need to keep up with and to share the latest and greatest online content.

But how do we manage this never-ending flood of information while also staying both productive and sane? This presentation will offer you a road map.

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