Welcome to PodOn, the podcast where we share stories from other podcasters and talk with them about the challenges we all face when beginning the podcasting journey. If you are a podcaster, we would love to hear your story and your feedback. If you love this podcast, please subscribe and share it with your friends.
The COVID pandemic may have gifted plenty of solo podcasters with time and energy to start their projects, but it takes a lot of resources to lift a podcast from the ground. On this PodOn episode, TJ and Julian go over plenty of ways to cut costs throughout your podcasting journey. From editing all over to hosting, tune in to learn how you can save both time and money, and how there are always resources and ways for you to keep doing what you love.
Jump straight into:
(00:42) - How to start a podcast without going bankrupt - “She was able to essentially cut her podcast efforts in half by just recording at home, getting equipment and trusting us at StudioPod to be able to handle the handoff when she does the recording.”
(04:39) - Budget-friendly sound secrets for starting podcasters - “I've actually listened to a lot of podcasts where people haven't invested in high quality mics and the conditioned room.”
(08:08) - How templates save money and time - “Template the content that you're going to be using to amplify your show and leverage tools to be able to do so.”
(10:13) - Publishing and hosting hacks, and resources for the curious, scrappy podcasters out there - “No matter what your budget is, no matter what your time is, there is a way for you to get your show on without a hitch.”
PodOn is hosted by TJ Bonaventura and Julian Lewis, founders of the full-service podcast company based in San Francisco, StudioPod. If you want more details on how to fully record and produce your podcast with our services, you can reach us at http://studiopodsf.com, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us through our social media channels as @studiopodsf.