Audival – Podcasting Tips & Tricks

Podcasting and Online Presence in Your Niche

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Podcasts can be a very viable and useful communication tool for anyone. Coming up with a podcast is easy, and free due to open source software available. You can use the podcast to connect with your audience by connecting to various networks to create and distribute your podcasts on various directories. The Niche Market, and […]

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Let Video Conferencing Bring Life to Your Podcasts

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Do you ever wonder how many people actually sit through your podcast? Is there a possibility that your customers or employees listen for a while, get distracted and blow off the last half? I imagine most people have done this at one time or another, so lots of us worry about it. There is an […]

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How Podcasting Saves Your Business Money

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With all the costs associated with running a business these days, a lot of business owners are looking for ways to cut spending. Whether you are a large DME company selling oxygen concentrators or you are a smaller company in a growing market, podcasting can provide your company with considerable savings in numerous ways. As […]

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3 Korean Podcasts to Subscribe To

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“Korea (orthographic projection)” by Gringer – Own work. Licensed under CC0 via Wikimedia Commons. Some of our favorite podcasts are international ones, and we often wish there were more podcasts that deal with global issues to follow. They especially come in handy when planning a trip, whether for business or pleasure, to a foreign country; […]

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How One Music Group Becomes a Part of History, While Another Makes It

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When it comes to country music, one of the hottest vocal groups around just got a big surprise: Little Big Town was asked by another country superstar, Reba McEntire, if they would like to be inducted into the Grand Ole Opry. Any country music fan worth their salt knows this is about the biggest honor […]

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Priceless Guitars—Past and Present

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One theory holds that the guitar evolved from the Greek “kithara.” However, this instrument was a square type of lyre. Others believe that the history of the guitar actually dates back more than 4,000 years to an instrument known as a bowl harp or tanbur. These were created and played in prehistoric times. Many examples […]

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