Posts Tagged "Podcast"

733: A New Year Message From The Tech Blog Writer

After interviewing tech and business leaders throughout 2019, Neil opens himself up to questions from the listeners. In today’s tech podcast Neil

Libsyn Promo Code – How to Get This Month and Next Month For Free

I help my clients structure and launch their own podcast with my Podcasting Made Simple Production and Launch Program. In a nutshell,

708: Voxnest & Dax Create Audio Monetization Opportunities For Podcasters

Podcasting solution provider Voxnest, recently announced a partnership with DAX, the world’s most sophisticated digital audio advertising platform, that will bring publishers

Podcasting Made Simple

My daily tech podcast has enabled me to speak with an eclectic mix of guests. Over the last 12 months, I have spoken with

637: How To Create A Podcast and Other Questions From Listeners

 When searching for mentorship or inspiration I have often encountered a number of expensive courses that not only emptied my wallet

617: Darrah Brustein – Life by Design, Not by Default Virtual Summit

 Darrah Brustein’s success is an excellent example of what a life lived “by design” looks like. She has leveraged technology to work with

563: School Installs Podcast Studio To Hone Communication & Presentation Skills

 In today’s tech podcast episode, I wanted to explore the rise of podcasts as a storytelling medium and how it differentiates

519: Why Pod Papers Is Turning Podcasts Into a Magazine

 Even in the era of “there’s an app for that,” our largely tech-first culture is reclaiming timeless analog elements. Today the

ProBlogger Podcast – From Imposter Syndrome To Tech Influencer

Darren Rowse [aka ProBlogger] recently invited bloggers from all over the world and different niches to share their stories and practical tips

383: Cadence13 On How Podcasting Is Evolving With Season 2 Of Up And Vanished

Up And Vanished is one of the biggest podcasts of 2017. With more than 140 million downloads and hundreds of media stories,

300: Happy Anniversary To The Tech Blog Writer Podcast, 2 Years and 300 Episodes

After two years podcasting and 300 episodes, I invited listeners of the show to leave virtual voicemails of what they like about

Could The Rebranding Of Podcasts Signal The End of iTunes?

Let’s be honest, iTunes already feels incredibly dated and probably represents a part of our digital past that we would happily forget.

How to Listen to Podcasts on the Amazon Echo

So you treated yourself to an Amazon Echo or Dot, but how do you use it? I get questioned by many readers,

24: Personalized Learning and Apple’s Plan to Drop the Headphone Jack

Episode 24 of the Tech Blog Writer Podcast discusses how Gamification, Massive Open Online Course (MOOC), Online, Mobile and Personalized Learning are the

22: Microsoft Surface Outsells iPad and How to Obtain More One Drive Storage and Free Office 365

Microsoft Surface Outsold Apple iPad in October Apple’s reluctance to create an OSX tablet hybrid and choosing to concentrate their efforts on

Episode 18: Black Friday, Cyber Monday and Shadow IT

Over the next few weeks, big businesses will be relying heavily on their IT infrastructure to have zero downtime during their busiest shopping

Global Community Celebrates a 30 Hour International Podcast Day

With one billion subscribers across 250,000 unique podcasts and 8 million episodes, it’s fair to say that the podcasting enjoyed a very

Episode 7: The Dark Side of LinkedIn, Websites Shutting Down Their Comments Section Discussion

Neil returns from an adventure in Norway and answers Arnie McKinnis question around the dark side of LinkedIn. This episode also looks at the growing trend

Episode 6: Windows 10, Amazon Prime and Virtual Voicemail from Listeners

Episode 6 features questions from LinkedIn Authors Jacqui Genow and Andrew Brooks. The following is discussed on this week’s episode: Writing on Linkedin