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Chris Spangle has been podcasting since 2007 and has hosted over 4,000 hours of shows while editing and uploading 18,000 episodes for a total of 30 million downloads on dozens of shows. With his unparalleled experience, he takes you behind the curtain to show you the building of the Podcasting and Platforms brand.

Podcasting and Platforms with Chris Spangle Chris Spangle

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Chris Spangle has been podcasting since 2007 and has hosted over 4,000 hours of shows while editing and uploading 18,000 episodes for a total of 30 million downloads on dozens of shows. With his unparalleled experience, he takes you behind the curtain to show you the building of the Podcasting and Platforms brand.

    What Equipment Do You Need To Start a Podcast?

    What Equipment Do You Need To Start a Podcast?

    I've spent thousands of dollars in mistakes for my podcasts. I lay out what equipment will lead to the best quality for the lowest price so you won't end up wasting precious time and money.
    Find the links to the recommended equipment in The Toolbox. - https://podcastingandplatforms.com/toolbox/
    Be sure to grab your guide to launching a podcast here: https://podcastingandplatforms.com/Questions
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    • 21 min
    Podcasters Are Entrepreneurial

    Podcasters Are Entrepreneurial

    A new survey by Muck Rack shows the depth and hard work that podcasters put into their work. What can it teach a new podcaster?
    Meet The Podcaster: A Jack Of All Trades More Focused On Downloads Than Revenue. - http://www.insideradio.com/podcastnewsdaily/meet-the-podcaster-a-jack-of-all-trades-more-focused-on-downloads-than-revenue/article_c57eb054-3746-11ec-9d7b-375673b2b410.html
    Be sure to grab your guide to launching a podcast here: https://podcastingandplatforms.com/Questions
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    • 19 min
    What is Your Metric of Success?

    What is Your Metric of Success?

    When looking back after a few months, how will you know if your time and effort were worth it? How will you judge success? Will it be in the number of downloads? New influence and connections in your network? A second income? Understanding your own motivations and goals will shape your content and it is important to understand it before you begin. 
    Be sure to grab your guide to launching a podcast here: https://podcastingandplatforms.com/Questions
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    • 16 min
    What is the Point of Your Podcast?

    What is the Point of Your Podcast?

    One thing matters in producing a podcast: How do you serve your audience and give them value? In this episode, I talk a little bit about the importance of starting with a mission statement first as opposed to the technical concerns of producing the podcast.
    Be sure to grab your guide to launching a podcast here: https://podcastingandplatforms.com/Questions
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    • 20 min
    The 18 Questions To Answer Before You Start Your Podcast

    The 18 Questions To Answer Before You Start Your Podcast

    Starting a podcast takes some forethought. Without it, a new podcaster can waste a lot of money and both the time of the hosts and the audience. In this episode, I set up the next few episodes by previewing the stages of podcasting and the fundamental questions that need to be addressed at the beginning of a new show. 
    Be sure to grab your guide to launching a podcast here: https://podcastingandplatforms.com/Questions
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    • 11 min
    Where do I begin?

    Where do I begin?

    Where do I begin? This is often the first question asked by a new podcaster (and old ones looking to start a new brand). This question usually paralyzes someone looking to start a show. They'll look at other shows, see 4 years of growth and think, "I have no idea how to replicate it." Or, "Who would listen to me? I am not an expert." This resistance is completely normal, but it isn't an excuse for procrastinating. In this episode, I talk about the 5 or 6 years of talking myself out of starting this show because I want you to know that is a common reason people never begin. It is the first hurdle to building a great show. 
    Be sure to grab your guide to launching a podcast here: https://podcastingandplatforms.com/Questions
    This episode's recommended resource: The War of Art by Steven Pressfield - https://amzn.to/3yDxjO6
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    • 13 min

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