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A Quick Start Guide to Podcasting

Create Your Own Audio and Visual Material for iPods, Blackberries, Mobile Phones and Websites

The Quick-Start Guide to Podcasting will help you understand the practical tasks that need to be completed in order to create easily downloable audio and visual material for the web.
    Paperback£9.99
    Ebook£8.32
    Print + ebook bundle£12.50
EAN: 9780749461454
Edition: 1
Published:
Paperback
Format: 198x130
136 pages
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About the book

We live in exciting times. The Internet is arguably the fastest growing cultural phenomenon in the world. Right now we are in the middle of a communications revolution. Look again at your business's web presence. Whether you are a farmer's wife or a fundraiser, an artist or an artisan, a musician or a manufacturer, a shop or a service, a global corporation or a neighbourhood charity, podcasting can enhance your website.

No matter what kind of business you are in you will find A Quick Start Guide to Podcasting is useful. It will help you to give your brand more than an internet presence: it will give it a voice. It will help you to establish an identity, corporate, commercial or individual, reach a different demographic than you have previously been able to tap into and crucially, entice potential customers or clients to your website.

All you need to start is a little imagination - and even if you're stumped for ideas, the examples in A Quick Start Guide to Podcasts should help to set your imagination free.

About the authors

Mark Harnett

Mark Harnett has played key roles building and developing internet businesses and search marketing campaigns for a number of internet start-ups and small businesses. He has also built and launched successful online advertising and lead generation products at Vicinity, Move.com, Loopnet and Experian MetaReward. He is the principal at Drak Marketing where he advises firms on search marketing and customer acquisition strategies.

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