Creating podcast network can be daunting to those who do not understand the entire scope and possible pitfalls of this emerging medium. In this session, Andrew Zarian, Spencer Kobren, and Kunal Aroroa (From The Guys From Queens Network) will be discussing the do’s and dont’s of creating your own network, ways to think outside the box when it comes to monetizing your content, and the importance of compelling content creation
1. How to Develop an Podcast Network
2. How to Monetize your podcast,Thinking outside the Box.
3. Content really matters. The importance of compelling content
4. Live content vs. on-demand podcasts why both are necessary
There are a number of ways that podcasters have found to generate serious income from their podcasting efforts. This panel session is made up of Podcasting experts that have tried and succeeded at monetizing podcasts using multiple methods. Session moderator Rob Walch, from Today in iOS and Wizzard Media, is joined by Chemda Khalili from Keith and the Girl, Paul Colligan from PaulColligan.com, and Ken Plume producer of the SModcast Network. These panelists will share their tips and advice on monetizing a podcast. Come prepared with your questions as this is one Q & A session you can’t afford to miss.
1. You'll learn that really is possible to make money from your podcast.
2. You'll be able to go home and put one or more of these strategies into place with your podcasting efforts.
by Evo Terra
With professional podcasters, ranging from self-employed individuals to experience from the corporate front, audio and video content creators come together to talk about the realistic expectations of turning your podcast into a profit-making machine. This is not so much about the creation of the content itself, but more on marketing the content and proposing strategies in making the content marketable.
1. When you start podcasting, don't quit your day job right away.
2. Making money through your podcast versus your podcast as a money-maker
3. Why Podcasting matters in a full marketing strategy
5th–7th June 2012