Issue 19 of FeedFront was published in July 2012 with an August cover date. This issue served as the program for Affiliate Summit East 2012 and to go along with my gig as the Emcee of the event, I pitched an article about public speaking.
For issue 18 of FeedFront Magazine, I tackled a topic near and dear to my heart: making my life easier.
It was shortly before the deadline for article proposals for FeedFront 17, when I thought, maybe I’ll take a break from podcasting articles and write up a little something about the Newcomer Program? It came together really well, almost effortless.
As you know (I hope!) all of my QAQN shows are broadcast live as they’re being recorded, and I thought others might like to know a bit about the hows and whys of it.
Starting out as a podcaster with a cheap headset and free software is ideal for a beginner, but what do you do when you want to take your show’s quality to the next level? The most dramatic impact you can have on the quality of your show is to change to a hardware-based workflow.
In the past two issues of FeedFront, we discussed the reasons why you should be podcasting, the planning stages, and the recording of your first show. Next up is the proper tagging of your show and the uploading and distributing your episodes.
Part two of my series on podcasting was published in issue 12 of FeedFront magazine. In this installment, I go over some of the technical recommendations that I have for getting started with a podcast. I cover hardware and software, recording and editing. I let readers in on what I’m currently using and how much […]
The 11th issue of FeedFront magazine features my first in a series of articles about podcasting. In this inaugural piece, I lay out the reasons why podcasting is a great idea, what kinds of tools you need, and the time commitments that are required. I also go over choosing a persona, choosing a topic and […]
I was published in issue 10 of FeedFront magazine with an article about finding the balance between working at home and raising kids. It’s not an easy proposition, but I offer five tips and tricks that I think can help folks that find themselves in that situation; they sure have helped me along the way. […]