We launched The Fruitfulujah Podcast this year. It has been a wonderful learning experience. We are taking a media and not marketing approach to content. We always try to spin things around, and this channel of communication is OK.
Though not everyone has welcomed it. But that’s the beauty of generating content on the Internet: there will always be people who would like what you are doing and those who don’t. Get use it. 🙂
So, why am I talking about that now?
Some of my readers (and listeners of course) are wondering who they could also start a podcast on their website, but they don’t know how to go about achieving their goal. They want to podcast and not just blog. Those are the people are writing for today.
How can you start a Podcasting network?
I was planning to write a post about how to build your podcasting network until I saw this infographics by Copyblogger.com. It completely summarized what I intended writing down in a post. That’s how I learn. I read a lot of stuff from other bloggers too. And Copyblogger.com is a site I like and recommend.
In this infographic you can learn how a podcast is born, and try to do the same thing or even better.
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