So, You Want To Have A Podcast?
But, you don’t know where to start?
Welcome to Web 2.0. So many new applications, and new Betas
constantly hitting the market, it is a real challenge to keep up. The
internet is constantly changing, and growing at a phenominal rate.
Check out these stats from Blogpulse:
Total identified blogs: 38,204,413
New blogs in last 24 hours: 44,003
Blog posts indexed in last 24 hours: 764,802
Mind-boggling numbers, indeed. And, even though there are
predictions that 2007 will see a leveling off of new blog activity, I
think that only shows that the percentage rate will be declining
because the overall number of blogs will be so much higher.
So, what is a podcast? Is it something you want to know about, or
participate in? One thing for sure, the internet is one of the more
democratic forms of communication out there. Anyone can participate,
anyone can have a blog, and it is absolutely an inexpensive way to
reach out and affect the opinions of others. Same with podcastsing. It
is just like blogging, except that your recorded voice is the object of the media
rather than your computer screen. And, it is equally inexpensive to do.
But how? I ran across a an article at a great blog subscribed at my Pageflakes site called "Howstuffworks". Their article shows you exactly how to create your own podcast–everything you need to know.
Here is the link. Check it out.