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Episode #1255
The Best Podcast Tools for 2020
January 07, 2020

In episode #1255, we talk about the best tools for podcasting in 2020! With the podcasting market still wide open and the barriers to entry as low as they are, putting some energy into creating platform this year is a great idea! Listen in as we share some of the easy and affordable tools you can use to get started and get growing.

TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES:

  • [00:25] Today’s topic: The Best Podcast Tools for 2020.
  • [00:47] Google Drive and call recording over Skype with ecamm.
  • [01:22] Zoom calls and utilizing the free service for interviewing guests.
  • [01:56] The great service that Anchor offers for getting started with podcasting.
  • [02:22] Podcast promotion through email and push notifications for better traction.
  • [03:00] Transcription, subscriptions and payments through Descript and Supercast.
  • [04:04] To stay updated with events and learn more about our mastermind, go to the Marketing School site for more information.

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