I hope that by now you are already sold on the idea of using live streaming to connect with your audience and to build your brand. But at this point, you’re might be wondering exactly where to start. I’m here to help with my recommendations for the best live streaming social networks to explore. This list covers the most popular platforms and the ones that will serve you well in building an audience and connections that can last in the years to come. Follow me if you need more encouragement to get started on your own live streaming journey. I promise it will be a lot of fun.
As a podcaster I know that there are a lot of pain points we face especially when we launch our first podcast. What we really need is a good podcast marketing plan that includes a little automation to make our lives easier. Relief is here in the form of a wonderful digital media marketing tool called Zapier. Be sure to watch the video but also click play to listen to the podcast where you can discover more tools that help reduce the amount of time you spend on your podcast marketing plan so you can more time creating your content.
In the fall of 2009 I uploaded my first ever YouTube video. Nine year later, and over 300 videos later and I’m proud to see that I have over 1 million YouTube views on the Ms. Ileane Speaks channel. TO celebrate, the milestone I wanted to do something different. Actually it was something I said…
In this episode of the podcast I explore some of the top myths about hosting a podcast using Anchor as a free podcast host. In February of 2018, Anchor Version 3 launched with an updated app and a long awaited desktop recording dashboard. Version 3 (the current version) has an even stronger focus on podcasting! As you can see, Anchor is constantly being updated and at times it’s difficult to keep up with all the iterations so let me give you a hand. Please listen to the episode and let me know what you think.
Can your listeners play your podcast on Alexa? If you already started your podcast this episode of Ms. Ileane Speaks is going to be important to the future growth of your show. If you are just getting started or still in the planning stages of your podcast this episode is going to help you as well. I want to help prepare you for the future and get you thinking about the next generation of podcast listeners who will be looking for your show on their smart speakers.
TubeBuddy is the all in one tool to fix your broken YouTube Channel. Learn how you can save time finding the right topics, titles and tags for your videos. You’ll be able to make better content and provide more value to your audience.
Bernadette Henry from Make it Fun NYC is a fitness expert specializing in Jump Rope tutorials and meal ideas. She has already gotten started with sponsorships and affiliate marketing but she wants to know more about the best practices when it comes to protecting her brand. How will she get paid and how can she connect with more sponsors? Find out in this episode of Ms. Ileane Speaks.
The story of podcasting starts with Adam Curry, Dave Winer, RSS feeds and iPods. Over the years it has come to mean so much to many who have grown their audiences, built their businesses and ultimately changed people’s lives through the power of podcasting. Has podcasting hit it’s peak? No one knows for sure but what we do know is that there is a lot of potential for growth and mainstream adoption. It might mean that we need to expand the reach of our podcasts beyond the Apple ecosystem and into the Android smart phone market.
As a podcaster, a blogger or any other content marketer, you know you need to use video, and you’re wondering if it’s still possible in this day and age to start a really great YouTube Channel. After all, the biggest online trend today is video and if you haven’t started a YouTube channel by now…
Are you using a link shortener that allows you to created branded links for your content? Well if you are a podcaster listen up because in this episode you’ll discover what branded links are, why they are important and where to get them. Be sure to listen to the end to find out when NOT to use a link shortener.