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Full-Time Podcaster

The Undisputed Guide to Starting a Successful Podcast
Narrated by: Marty O'Neill, Nick Davis
Length: 2 hrs and 8 mins
Categories: Business, Career Skills
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The authors of Full-Time Podcaster have a combined 13 years experience working behind-the-scenes with the biggest podcasters in the world, including Joe Rogan, Brendan Schaub, Theo Von, Bryan Callen, Adam Carolla, and more. Full-Time Podcaster provides easy-to-understand information that will save you countless amounts of time, money, and energy in creating your own sustainable podcast. This audiobook is truly a must-have for anyone that is serious about making a legitimate career out of podcasting. Develop an in-depth understanding of how to look, sound, publish, and get paid like the pros! You will receive a crash course in cameras, lenses, lighting, audio, studio setup, monetization, publishing, branding, social media advertising, basic web design, and more! Equipment recommendations are provided at various price points, as well as a streamlined course of action that you can follow to not only get up and running, but sustain your podcast long-term.  

Note: The Audible version of this book contains more information than the Kindle version, as there is additional conversation between chapters about the topics being discussed. 

Marty O'Neill, owner of Drastic Graphics™, has worked as graphic/web/apparel designer, ad and social media manager for such podcasts as The Fighter and the Kid, Joe Rogan Experience, Fight Companion, This Past Weekend, Below the Belt, King and the Sting, Ten Minute Podcast, The Mike Dolce Show, Mind Pump, and more. 

Co-author Nick Davis has held production roles working at Carolla Digital (including The Adam Carolla Show, which holds the Guinness Book of World Records for the most downloaded podcast), Funny or Die, and currently with Theo Von as executive producer of This Past Weekend podcast. He also helped launch Brendan Schaub and Theo Von's King and the Sting podcast, as well as co-hosting Another Bachelor & Another Below the Deck podcasts.

©2019 Martin O'Neill (P)2019 Martin O'Neill

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Very informative!

This book has a ton of useful tips. Nearly everything I wanted to learn more about was covered in this book! Definitely a must listen for podcasters that want to grow their business.

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  • LINTON, IN
  • 11-22-19

Podcast Yo' Ass!

As a comic looking to make my own podcast I found it incredibly helpful! I went to college for audio recording, but if you're not familiar with sound techniques it'll be a big help. It's very cut & dry & to the point which I liked. From content & context to what to use & utilizing your funds or abilities as far as equipment & creating goes it's an all around winner.

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Great listen!

Awesome and quick listen for anyone looking to get started with a podcast or anyone who just has a general interest in podcasts! Great job Nick & Marty, loved it!

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Fantastic, articulate guide to starting a podcast

There's no tutorial out there that goes as in depth, and gives as much information as Marty and Nick do in Full Time Podcaster. 10/10 would strongly recommend giving it a listen!

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If you don’t even know where to start, this is your step-by-step guide!

The details these two give are everything you need (aside from your content and personality) to start a podcast. They provide it all, from how to find your niche to the quality and quantity of lighting for video podcasting. I’ve been marketing for media companies for years, and this is hands down the best, most up-to-date advice on how to do your own marketing and PR.

Great job, y’all!
Nicole Starr

P.S. There’s also a spell hidden within the audio for instant success. I’m currently podcasting from my personal island, complete with a zoo, children’s museum, amusement park, human centipede dungeon, and mermaid tequila bar.*

*DISCLAIMER: This is only an option if you listen to the entire audiobook AND put in the work.

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Best podcast consultation you could ever ask for!

Honestly it’s a great book. it’s a concise and clear manual for anyone trying to set up a visual and audio studio. The authors are working professionals in some of the largest podcasts on the platform. The advise is filled with tested and proven methodologies to set up, market and produce professional content.
It’s something I will reference continuously when creating content.

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Must Buy!!

This book is definitely a great listen for someone like me who has been interested in the podcasting business for quite some time now but had absolutely no idea where to start. Martin and Nick do a great job of laying out all the steps to being a successful podcaster. This book is very informative and I highly recommend it!

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Must listen for podcasters

Marty and Nick do an excellent job of breaking down what it takes to make a successful podcast and put it in terms that are easy to understand. The information they give is simple to implement whether you are just starting out in podcasting or you want to step your game up. These guys have contributed to podcasts like Fighter and the Kid and This Past weekend as well as many others so they know what they’re doing.

They give you a full description of different tiers of equipment you’ll need. You’ll save yourself a lot of money and time by taking their suggestions.

I learned so much about how to grow my podcast audience and how to turn those listeners into revenue!

Thank you Marty and Nick for this wealth of information!

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Podcast Gold!

If you're going to get advice on all things podcasts, what better place to start than here? This has everything you need to know about getting into the podcast game and it's an enjoyable listen. I'm looking forward to my 2nd listen as I'm sure there are more nuggets of gold I may have missed the first time around.

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Amazing

So good. Must purchase, entertaining and great info. The voices of the writers are sexy af. If you’re reading this get it!

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  • 11-18-19

BY FAR THE BEST BOOK!!! Don’t waste you’re time with the others

I’ve read many books on this subject to inform myself on how to begin my podcast Simply complicated with Hugh Bagley. This is the first book that isn’t a self explanatory general book, this offers a deep insite on what’s essential to begin your podcast by professionals on the forefront of the platform. They teach tried and true approaches from the creators of JRE, Theo Von, TFATK and many more. Won’t regret it.