Best Podcasts & Webcasts Books
Best Podcasts & Webcasts Books Online
1. YouTube Secrets: The Ultimate Guide to Growing Your Following and Making Money as a Video Influencer
Author: by Sean Cannell
YouTube has changed our worldfrom how we view video to how we connect and marketopening a new entrepreneurial landscape to ambitious individuals. Thousands of people generate six to seven figures annually from online video content. And, with the right roadmap, you too could be en route to real influence and income.
In YouTube Secrets, online video experts Sean Cannell and Benji Travis draw on a decade of experience as well as interviews with more than one hundred top creators to give you a step-by-step YouTube success playbook. You’ll learn – The seven essential ingredients for a profitable channel – New strategies for getting views and subscribers – Ten ways to make money on YouTube – And much more Whether you’re a beginner or a veteran, this book will show you how to use YouTube to build a following, create a lucrative business, and make a massive impact in people’s lives.
2. The 60-Minute Podcast Startup: A Proven System to Start Your Podcast in 1 Hour a Day and Get Your Initial Audience in 30 Days (or Less) (The Agile Entrepreneurship Series Book 3)
Author: by Ramesh Dontha
June 24, 2021
How to start and monetize a podcast in one monthWould you like to turn your podcast idea into a viable, revenue-producing show? Now you can, and Ramesh Dontha will show you step-by-step how. This podcast planner will help you launch and start monetizing your podcasts in under 30 days.
Ramesh is the host of iTunes Top 500 podcast The Agile Entrepreneurship Podcast, iTunes Top 250 podcast The Data Transformers, and BrightTALK top-ranking web series AI The Future of Business. In The 60-Minute Podcast Startup: A Proven System to Start Your Podcast in 1 Hour a Day and Get Your Initial Audience in 30 Days (or Less), Ramesh tells all.
He shares how to brainstorm, record, publish, distribute, and promote a podcast people enjoyall in one month or less!. Based on what works for him and dozens of other successful podcasters, Ramesh also teaches the best way to quickly monetize podcast episodes so the thing actually makes money.
This podcast workbook has daily lessons, excerpts from other podcast hosts, and daily to-do activities. Whether you want to see if podcasting is for you or you want to make podcasting your next income stream, The 60-Minute Podcast Startup offers simple steps to attract, entertain, grow, and monetize an audience in any niche.
3. WordPress: The Missing Manual: The Book That Should Have Been in the Box
Author: by Matthew MacDonald
Whether you’re a budding blogger or seasoned web designer, WordPress is a brilliant tool for creating websites-once you know how to tap into its impressive features. The latest edition of this jargon-free Missing Manual shows you how to use WordPress’s themes, widgets, and plug-ins to build just about any kind of site.
The important stuff you need to know:Set up WordPress. Configure WordPress on your web host or get it running on your home computer.Create your site. Get hands-on instructions for building all types of websites, from blogs to business sites with ecommerce features.Jazz it up.
Add picture galleries, slideshows, video clips, music players, and podcasts.Add features. Select from thousands of plug-ins to enhance your site’s capabilities, from contact forms to a basic shopping cart. Build a truly unique site. Customize a WordPress theme to create a site that looks exactly the way you want.
Attract an audience. Use SEO, site statistics, and social sharing to reach more people.Stay safe. Use backup and staging tools to protect your content and avoid catastrophe.
4. Everybody Has a Podcast (Except You): A How-to Guide from the First Family of Podcasting
Author: by Justin McElroy
From the #1 New York Times bestselling McElroy Brothers, creators of the hit podcasts My Brother, My Brother and Me and The Adventure Zone, comes a helpful and hilarious how-to podcast guide covering everything you need to know to make, produce, edit, and promote a podcastand get rich* doing it!
(*Results not guaranteed. Justin, Travis, and Griffin McElroy made their names as advice giving brothers who have no business giving advice (New York Times) on the hit podcast My Brother, My Brother and Me. But while they may not have the best relationship or workplace advice, they certainly make you laugh, and they do know a thing or two about podcasting.
In fact, the McElroy Brothers have spent the last decade making podcasts, including My Brother, My Brother and Me; The Adventure Zone; Sawbones; and more. From their start, independently producing and releasing the early episodes of My Brother, My Brother and Me, to their eleven currently available podcasts, the McElroys have become experts in creating successful podcasts.
5. Podcasting Made Simple: The Step by Step Guide on How to Start a Successful Podcast from the Ground up
Author: by Daniel Larson
If you’re looking for a step by step walkthrough on how to start a podcast right from the ground with no previous experience, then keep reading The medium of podcasting and the personal nature of it, the relationship you build with your listeners and the relationship they have with you – they could be just sitting there, chuckling and listening…
There’s nothing like that’ – Marc Maron Podcasting is the expressional medium with therapeutic value we’ve been missing in our lives for decades. Luckily, popularity has been growing exponentially over the last few years – did you know the number of Americans who are weekly podcast listeners over the last 7 years has tripled?
Let alone a 24% increase in the UK from 2018-2019. Although there’s never been a better time to get into podcasting, with all the contradicting and often false information scattered all over the internet, it’s no wonder why so many people often struggle to find a starting point when there’s so many conflicting views on what the best quality equipment is, what launch strategy should be used, and even editing.
6. Podcasting For Dummies, 4th Edition
Author: by Tee Morris
Add your voice to the podcasting revolution! The world is tuning into podcasts in larger and larger numbers. When you’re ready to add your own voice to the mix, this book will help you find your niche. Featuring top tech information, production insight, and promotional tips, this best-selling podcasting reference shares the latest on podcasting trends and new audience demographics.
Written by a pair of podcasting pioneers, Podcasting For Dummies will help you refine your podcast idea, identify your audience, and get the scoop on how to record, edit, and share your work. You’ll also learn how to apply the methods top podcasters monetize and market their work.
Record your voice and conduct high-quality interviews for your new or existing podcast Edit, upload, and share podcast episodes onlineand find people who will listen Learn how to make money as a podcaster or live streamer Discover interesting and original podcasts to inspire your own work Podcasting for Dummies is your friendly tutor in the art of audio content creation.So start talking!
7. Make Noise: A Creator's Guide to Podcasting and Great Audio Storytelling
Author: by Eric Nuzum
Workman Publishing Company
An interestingly idiosyncratic and personal vision of how to make podcasts. Ira Glass Veteran podcast creator and strategist Eric Nuzum distills a career’s worth of wisdom, advice, practical information, and big-picture thinking to help podcasters make noiseto stand out in this fastest of fastest-growing media universes.
Nuzum identifies core principles, including what he considers the key to successful audio storytelling: learning to think the way your audience listens. He delivers essential how-tos, from conducting an effective interview to marketing your podcast, developing your audience, and managing a creative team.
He also taps into his deep network to offer advice from audio stars like Ira Glass, Terry Gross, and Anna Sale. The book’s insights and guidance will help readers successfully express themselves as effective audio storytellers, whether for business or pleasure, or a mixture of both.
8. So You Want to Start a Podcast: Finding Your Voice, Telling Your Story, and Building a Community That Will Listen
Author: by Kristen Meinzer
An inspiring, comprehensive, step-by-step guide to creating a hit show, So You Want to Start a Podcast covers everything from hosting and guest booking to editing and marketing – while offering plenty of encouragement and insider stories along the way.
Though they are the fastest-growing form of media, podcasts can actually be tricky to createand even harder to sustain. Few know the secrets of successfully creating a knockout podcast better than Kristen Meinzer. An award-winning commentator, producer, and former director of nonfiction programming for Slate’s sister company, Panoply, Meinzer has also hosted three successful podcasts, reaching more than ten million listeners.
Now, she shares her expertise, providing aspiring podcasters with crucial information and guidance to work smarter, not harder as they start their own audio forum. Meinzer believes that we each have a unique voice that deserves to be heard. But many of us may need some help transforming our ideas into reality.
9. Podcasting: How to Start a Podcast and Create a Profitable Podcasting Business
Author: by Amanda Mayo
Still dreaming about launching your own podcast? Or maybe you’ve already tried recording a few episodes and got completely stuck Podcasting can be overwhelming, especially at the start, when you have no process or plan – just your passion. Here’s the good news, though:You Can Launch A Podcast With No Prior Experience (Even When You’re on a Budget).
Podcasting is a soup-to-nuts practical guide by Amanda Mayo, Podcast Producer and Production Director at Chicago Independent Radio Project (CHIRP), where she manages an award-winning weekly artist interview podcast. From choosing the best podcasting equipment to monetizing your podcast, Amanda covers everything you need to know about profitable podcasting.
You’ll learnThe 4 crucial questions to help you come up with the right podcast idea. How to narrow down the true who of your podcast. The different podcasting styles and how to choose the best one based on your audience. The three simple rules to determine your ideal podcast length.
10. NPR's Podcast Start Up Guide: Create, Launch, and Grow a Podcast on Any Budget
Author: by Glen Weldon
From NPR comes the definitive guide to podcastingfeaturing step-by-step advice on how to find a unique topic, tell the best stories, and engage the most listeners, as well as the secrets that will take your pod to the next level.
Whoever you are, whatever you love, there’s a podcast audience waiting for you, and in today’s booming audio storytelling landscape, it’s never been easier to share your voice with the world. But while the barrier to entry for podcast production is relatively low (just the cost of a mic and a laptop), the learning curve is steepand quality matters.
That’s where NPR comes in. In NPR’s Podcast Start Up Guide, Glen Weldon draws on NPR’s extensive educational materials and army of talentfrom recognizable hosts, such as Guy Raz (How I Built This), Gene Demby (Code Switch), Linda Holmes (Pop Culture Happy Hour), and Yowei Shaw (Invisibilia), to indispensable behind-the-scenes players, such as producers, engineers, and editorsto guide aspiring podcasters through the conception, creation, and launch of a podcast.
11. Zoom Beginner's Guide: Get Started Quickly and Run Virtual Meetings and Online Classes Successfully. Everything You Need to Know in This Step-by-Step Illustrated Guide from Beginner to Pro
Author: by Alvin Ferry
Discover the Easiest Way to Get Zoom Up and Running in No Time and Set Up Virtual Meetings or Online Classes Without Hassle The Ultimate Step-by-Step Illustrated Guide With Over 100 Screenshots Technology has turned the remote collaboration into a no-brainer.
We have smartphones that we carry anywhere, allowing us to communicate at any time with others. Instead of having real-life meetings or going to our physical workplace, most of us started to work from home. E-mail services and messaging platforms are brought to near perfection, but online video conferencing tools are still a bit tricky.
Finding a one-size-fits-all approach that would satisfy a company requirements for smooth footage, consistent sound quality, and ease of usage is problematic. Luckily, Zoom has all these features. Are you struggling with setting up Zoom properly? You simply can’t figure out what to do to make it work?
If so, then this guide will show you the easiest way to set up Zoom on your device and get everything up and running in no time. Everything is explained with step-by-step guides and accompanied by over 100 pictures (*). This guide will cover everything you need to know professionally to get you started hosting meetings, webinars, video calls, and online classes.Isn’t that great?
12. Podcast Marketing : How to Easily Grow Your Audience in the Thousands and Make a Lasting Impact with Your Brand
Author: by Daniel Larson
July 6, 2021
If you want to consistently grow your listeners with no budget, keep readingYou started your podcast a little while ago and your first few episodes got amazing traffic and feedback! You saw your hard work paying off, and felt excited to be well on the way to the promised land: lots of recurring listeners.
But, after the initial newbie gains, your listenership starts to plateau. Frankly, the curve flattens much faster and earlier than most like to admit. Honestly, you’re not alone. Most podcasters face the exact same problem. People think podfading is a myth, but the stats prove otherwise…
A stat you are likely familiar with is that if you get past your first 7 episodes, you are doing better than most. 50% of all podcasts published have less than 15 episodesI’ll let you connect the dots. You love what you do.
Not to mention that the stories you hear and your message are meaningful and deserve to be spread. However, it can be frustrating when you invest your time and energy into trying new things to grow your audience, only to see little to no results.
13. Podcast Planner: The Little Guided Planner to a Successful Podcast
Author: by Jerry "The Pod-Starter" Hamilton
If you’re looking for a simple way to plan your podcast, then keep reading… Podcasting offers the ultimate freedom. However, this freedom can be both a gift and a curse. It can be an outlet for creative thoughts and ideas that help, entertain, and influence millions of listeners.
That said, this freedom can also turn your podcast into an unorganized mess of random ideas. This planner will help you organize the direction of your podcast and plan your first 100 episodes. Keep all your ideas and inspirations in one place.
Here’s some of what you will discover in Jerry’s Podcast Planner:Guided questions to help you brainstorm your niche & target audience. Organize the brand around your show. Goals established in segments so you can continue to make achievements step by step.
Monthly overviews to plan interviews and episodes. Plan out individual episodes, featuring everything from checklists to room for descriptions. Extra pages for notes…. And much, much more to help you create a successful podcast. This is a great time to start a podcast as the medium continues to grow in popularity.
14. Easy Money: Make 6 Figures Uploading to YouTube & Facebook
Author: by Mr. Joshua Matthew Bartley
This Book is an in-depth explanation of how I went from being a hobbyist to a full-time social media influencer, making over six figures a year. This is a step-by-step guide of how I did it, and how easily you can too!
I also explain how I went from 0 to over 135,000k subscribers in a year! If you have ever dreamed of turning YouTube or Facebook into a full-time job this is the book for you! How to come up with a channel & nameWhat equipment will you needSecrets to getting viral videosHow to monetize your channelWhat’s your nitch?
How to brand yourselfMaking money outside of YouTubeThese are the tried and true methods I have learned with over 20 years in filmmaking industry. From the YouTube & Facebook channels creator Joshua Bartley