37632Re: [podcasters] PodCasting Newbie
- Sep 29, 2008On Mon, Sep 29, 2008 at 1:21 PM, Mike Sharpe <windytwit@...> wrote:
> I've been recommended to ask here about a few questions, PG HolyfieldI tried PodBean. I didn't like it. The interface is clunky, and you have
> (Podcast/Novel Author, at Podiobooks Community) Suggest that I come
> here, and ask them.
> I'm in the early Stages of doing a Podcast, It has No name yet, but
> has a general theme. (I'm planning to use it as a experience for my
> PodioBook and some method to keep attracting new listeners)
> I've done a small search online, I've come across PodBean, as a
> possible Free host for the Podcast. So is there any thing, such as
> Catches, that I should be to be aware of?
> Mike Sharpe
to publish a "show blog" there, regardless of whether or not that blog is
your primary point of presence on the 'net. And as has already been
explained, PodBean's storage policies aren't as flexible as LibSyn's. So,
why not just go with LibSyn?
For what it's worth, I host all of my podcasts and the associated media
files with my DreamHost account. This works for me because none of my shows
are extremely popular. But it saves me money, as I'm only paying for one
host. So it's an option to consider, depending on your needs.
-Shawn "Shawno" Thorpe
Hyper Nonsense - Talk/comedy podcast from central California
Shawnogram - Content = life.
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