How To Start Your Own Podcast For Free

by Demetria Zinga - Date: 2007-01-19 - Word Count: 296 Share This!

Clearly if you've been thinking about podcasting these days, you'll notice right away that there are a TON of solutions out there on the web to help you begin podcasting. There are lots of companies which offer great solutions for podcasters…so be encouraged-there are many ways to go about doing this, and it's really all up to you.

Here's an easy, and free way of podcasting:

Set up an account with It's a really simple step by step process. You'll see once you get there. Now set up an account with It will be connected to your account. You will be using AudioBlogger to phone in and leave your recorded posts at your Blogger account. Therefore, you now have what's called an "audioblog"! And for those of you who are familiar with blogging, this is a really quick and dynamic way of communicating on the web. Add to blogging "audio" and you now have "audioblogging". The next element in your audioblogging would be converting this to a language understood by podcast "readers" and aggregators. This would be the language "XML", which, of course, we won't get into in this tutorial. All you need to do now in order to convert your audio blog posts into a podcast is to open an account with In Feedburner you'll be asked to burn a feed…you will enter the website address of your Blogger account, and Feedburner will automatically burn a feed for your blog. Your feed is what podcast displayers, aggregators, and such will use to download your podcastSo now that you have a feed for your podcast, you can announce your Podcast feed to friends, family, and the entire world! Simply give them the feed URL address which Feedburner created for you, and keep on audioblogging!

Related Tags: rss, blogging, podcast, feed, internet radio, xml, vodcast

Demetria Zinga, M.S. is a web designer, internet marketing strategist, video & podcast consultant, & digital media trainer. Let Coach Demetria's business technology training take your business to the next level today, by visiting

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