With that you are locked into someones vertical platform. I always tell
folks maintain your brand and branch out from there. Cross post to other
sites as needed but never have your main platform be on anyones vertical
On 6/9/2012 8:45 AM, Donald wrote:
> Why not take a look at our options on www.spreaker.com. You'd be part
> of a broadcast community with great support and lots of social
> connections. We have web and mobile recording consoles. You can
> broadcast live or create podcasts (all live broadcasts also become
> podcasts). As soon as you go live or podcast your status can go out to
> Facebook, Twitter, Soundcloud, iTunes and our iPhone and Android
> platforms. You can sign up for free to try it out.
> Good luck,
> Donald Landwirth
> --- In email@example.com
> <mailto:podcasters%40yahoogroups.com>, Joe Fusco <jfusco@...> wrote:
> > Greetings everyone,
> > I just finished recording episode 15 of the Two Rambling Idiots Podcast.
> > When I started it I wasn't sure if it would take off so I set up a free
> > blog at Blogspot and free hosting through The Internet Archive. I think
> > it's time to move to a more solid platform with a dedicated domain name.
> > The problem is I'm not familiar with the hosting options. Can I just
> set up
> > basic hosting and upload the episodes to a folder? Do I need special
> > "podcast" hosting? Where can I get the best deal? Keep in mind that
> I have
> > almost no budget.
> > Thanks,
> > Joe
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