Everybody’s podcasting, so learn these steps to join the party for under $35

Everybody’s podcasting, so learn these steps to join the party for under $35

For years, young extroverts dreamed of getting their own radio or television show, an outlet to unleash all their creativity for a mass audience any way they wanted. The rise of the podcast proves that dream has not only hit the mainstream, but now, it’s accessible to everybody.

Almost half the U.S. population has listened to a podcast. Of those listeners, nearly 80 percent say they listen to an average of seven shows each week. And unlike all the broadcasting and licensing hurdles of traditional broadcasting, all a podcaster needs is a computer, a mic, an internet connection and a heap of inspiration.

If you’ve got the drive, but could use some best practices help getting started, the Beginner’s Podcasting Bundle ($33.15, over 90 percent off from TNW Deals) is a great place to start with coupon code: BOO15. 

These five courses featuring 16 hours of coursework will give you all the foundation you need to understand the techniques and hardware, then launch a podcast of your own. This instruction also helps direct your new work toward an audience with marketing tactics to make a splash in all the right corners of the internet.

Your package includes:

  • The Podcast Master Class: A Complete Guide to Podcasting (a $199.99 value)
  • Mind Mapping For Smart Speaking (a $149.99 value)
  • Persuasion Master Class: How To Powerfully Influence Anyone (a $194.99 value)
  • Branding You: How To Build Your Multimedia Internet Empire (a $194.99 value)
  • The Online Personal Branding Hacking Guide 2018 (a $89.99 value)

From equipment to editing, from persuasion to brand-building, these courses will have any new podcaster headed in the right direction. From there, it only takes some talent and luck to build a thriving web pulpit. A collection regularly valued at over $800, get in on this limited time offer and the whole bundle comes home for $33.15 with coupon code: BOO15. 

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