Entrepreneurs Are Reaching Millions of Potential Clients Through Podcasting

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As the number of podcast programs increase, only professional sounding shows are expected to last and prosper. The Podcasting Handbook for Busy Entrepreneurs teaches businesses how to create professional sounding podcasts to increase exposure within their niche market.

Podcasting is projected to reach 60 million people by the year 2010. Within two days, iTunes registered 1 million subscribers by adding Podcasting feeds to their business. However, according to the Atlanta Journal Constitution and Fortune Magazine, very few of the near 10,000 podcasts on the Internet are worth listening to due to poor quality and content. Eventually, only the most professional sounding podcasts will survive.

That’s why the 12-CD “Complete Podcasting Handbook for Busy Entrepreneurs” was created. Penny Haynes, President of 1st Podcast Publishing, is an audio producer, publisher, creator of five podcasts and host of the Family Friendly Podcasts Directory, with several years of experience as a television producer, director and editor. She has been helping entrepreneurs create professional sounding podcasts, using only a computer, microphone headset, and free recording and editing software.

As noted on the cover of the July 7th, 2005, issue of the Atlanta Journal Constitution, Mrs. Haynes teaches entrepreneurs how to utilize podcasting to reach millions of potential clients in their niche market. The feature article in the Cherokee Tribune states that the course includes over 8 hours of audio and video, as well as screen print tutorials, and a free 128 MB MP3 Player while supplies last. The course also includes links to free recording programs, free services and free royalty-free music, as well as a monthly Continuing Education class.

The Tribune interviewed Laura Gonzalez, of Virtual Business Solutions, who stated, “This [course] has given my business an edge that maybe another business owner doesn't have. It gives my clients the ability to leave the office and still be [able] to listen to my QuickBooks tutorials while they are on the road.”

“The details of actually creating the podcast [were] pretty easy, but the audio recording about killed me,” stated Paige Eissinger of 2 Smart Chix, a recent graduate of the course and co-host of PC Primer, a Computer Technology radio show. “Penny provided [information on] audio recording [and editing] that was worth the entire cost of the class.”

“Podcasting is an extremely affordable way for entrepreneurs to promote their businesses,” says Penny. “And if entrepreneurs find out that podcasting is not right for them, we'll refund their money, no questions asked.”

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