Nov 26

13- Doug Welch- one of the first podcaster and screencaster

Baby Boomer Douglas E. Welch of the very first podcasters in the podosphere (since September, 2004) was also one of the very first New Media content producers who standardized in (1) repurposing content from a written column or blog: and (2) using screencasts to provide additional value to all 6 of his early podcast shows; and (3) taking a lead in organizing virtual events in the Bar-Camp style of un-conferences.

Douglas had his first podcast, Career Opportunities, and then added 5 more shows to become a prolific podcaster in multiple genres — from business, careers, gardening, finance, and high-tech discussions.

His current podcasts are available for subscription at www.DouglasEWelch.com.

His background is creative and not conventional — he was a THEATER major in college, but he was successful as an Entrepreneur for many years with his freelance computer-and-LAN installation-and-support business.

As you will hear in this audio episode, crawling under tables and desks to install or unclog the coils of cable that grow in IT locations was something less than desirable. So he decided to go into helping others with counsel, advice, public speaking, presentations and consulting for New Media, including screencasting, podcasting, video, blogging and other New Media areas. In addition, he is the author of 5 published books on amazon.com and other publishers.

Doug Welch as an author

Doug continues to be a driving force in the San Fernando Valley of Southern California with his own “Tribe” called New Media Interchange.

If you wish to contact Doug, please visit http://www.DouglasEWelch.com

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Copyright (c) 2014, Matrix Solutions Corporation and Logical Drive Marketing, LLC. All rights reserved.

Nov 18

12- Reviews of Audello from 2 podcasters and 1 screencaster

Product platforms for podcasting and content creation and publishing have been around for a while. Case in point is the old Podomatic.com site, where a template-driven or wizard-like process allowed a novice user to record audio content, then produce and publish a podcast episode very easily — although there were drawbacks later with portability and management. So these all-in-one platforms are not a new idea, as they originally have been available since 2007.

In this episode, we focus on reviews and opinions from two podcasters and a screencaster about early experiences with the newly available Podcasting platform called Audello.

Audello Reviews-DJL-n-DJ

The podcasters involved are:

(1) Dave Jackson from www.SchoolOfPodcasting.com, who discussed his negative audello experiences, and from whom we have several audio clips, as well as a link to a video which he published on YouTube:

Select this link to view the video on YouTube from Dave Jackson;

Select this link to listen to the mp3 from Dave Jackson about audello with first looks after installation and use (after video);

Select this link to listen to the mp3 from Dave Jackson about audello in post-launch and availability;

Select this link to listen to the mp3 from Dave Jackson about audello during the pre-launch period;

Select this link to listen to the mp3 from Dave Jackson about audello from a discussion during www.askthepodcastcoach.com;

and

(2) Daniel J Lewis from www.TheAudacityToPodcast.com, who delivered a more objective review (which he called “honest”) from his experiences:

Select this link to go to The Audacity to Podcast blog site, and

then select episode 199;

Select this link to listen to the review by Daniel J Lewis.

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Also, Lon Naylor from www.LearnCamtasia.com, www.podcastingforscreencasters.com, www.ScreencastStudios.com and www.ScreencastProfits.com delivered some experiences with audello at the following links:

Select this link to listen to Lon Naylor about audello experiences during the pre-launch period;

Select this link to view the video where Lon Naylor describes his pre-launch experiences about audello.

Lon Naylor - success in screencasting

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Select this link to pursue audello for your own podcasting.

Copyright (c) 2014, Matrix Solutions Corporation, Dave Jackson of www.schoolofpodcasting.com, Daniel J Lewis of www.theaudacitytopodcast.com and Lon Naylor of www.screencastweekly.com. All rights reserved.

Nov 14

11- Tips for success in Screencasting – Lon Naylor on Coachzing.com

The CoachZing Show is a podcast series, available on iTunes(R) and other directories, which delivers interviews with entrepreneurs, coaches, therapists, authors and speakers — to discover tips and techniques for effective content creation and marketing. It is available on iTunes and other directories, and it is a free podcast show.

Doug Foresta is the interviewer and host of this podcast show.

Lon Naylor on CoachZing

In this episode, we have a repurposed interview — as it is originally published by CoachZing.com. The reason why we deliver it in entirety and unedited as the final mp3 file published by CoachZing is that the person being interviewed is Lon Naylor, who is known as “Mr. Learn Camtasia” or “The Camtasia Guy.”

Lon Naylor - success in screencasting

As you will hear in this audio episode, Lon gives strategies for improving your content on the web for video or screencasts. He describes the most common errors that content creators make when they enter the environment of video publishing — as well as how to avoid them.

Lon has had success in his several web sites with educational, training, entertaining and informative video — and now podcasts — such as:

LearnCamtasia.com

Screencaststudios.com

ScreencastProfits.com

PodcastingForScreencasters.com

Lon is a successful video and screencast content creator, as well as a recent podcaster at Screencast Weekly.

If you wish to contact Lon, he is available at:

Lon@LearnCamtasia.com

Doug Foresta may be reached at www.Coachzing.com.

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Copyright (c) 2014, Doug Foresta of Coachzing.com and Lon Naylor of LearnCamtasia.com. All rights reserved. Republished with permission from Lon Naylor.

Nov 07

10- Strategies in video scripting for screencasting- Lon Naylor with Joey Xoto

This content is repurposed audio from an earlier webinar in which Lon Naylor (aka “The Learn Camtasia Guy”) interviews Joey Xoto, the marketer of the iPocket Video training programs.

As you will hear in this audio episode, Joey discusses and describes to Lon Naylor a strategy and workflow for creating videos with good scripts as a basic foundation for creating good screencasts that utilize full-motion video or informative or educational video or “talking-head” video..

JoeyXoto script strategies workflow

Please note that this audio was taken from a webinar video recording — which sometimes may not be as high quality as a direct interview by podcasters.

Also — especially as podcasters — please be advised that a VIDEO file is just one of several media elements that go into the making of a good screencast. Others are PowerPoint(R) or other slide presentation products, as well as full-motion video (which is Joey’s expertise), and screen-capture screencasts (e.g., like those from Camtasia Studio) to demonstrate software, web sites or membership sites, etc. There are also qualities and/or visual properties that can be added to or enhanced by features that improve final screencasts, such as callouts, pans, zooms, and other visual properties.

Finally, there is a hint of a new venture coming in which both Joey and Lon will partner to provide “something new” in the area of screencast productions utilizing video.

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Copyright (c) 2014, Matrix Solutions Corporation and LearnCamtasia.com and Lon Naylor of www.screencastweekly.com and podcastingforscreencasters.com. All rights reserved.

Nov 05

09- Podcast success strategies for monetization – interview by Doug Foresta of Coachzing.com

Podcasting strategies for success and monetization are important to the screencaster and podcaster who improve the portfolio of skills and abilities to provide valuable content creation for clients.

The CoachZing Show is a podcast show series, available on iTunes(R) and other directories, which delivers interviews with entrepreneurs, coaches, therapists, authors and speakers — to discover tips and techniques for effective content creation and marketing. It is available on iTunes and other directories, and it is a free podcast show.

Doug Foresta is the interviewer and host of this podcast show.

In this episode, we have a repurposed interview — as it is originally published by CoachZing.com. The reason why we deliver it in entirety and unedited as the final mp3 file published by CoachZing is that the person being interviewed is Fred Castaneda, who is also one of the co-hosts of Skills in Screencasts and Podcasts, as well as the single host of The Struggling Entrepreneur podcast and the Podcast Reporter podcast (just some of the current active 8 shows).

As you will hear in this audio episode, Doug discusses the potential mistakes of content creators in the world of New Media and podcasting. He also discovers some of the strategies for entrepreneurs to make podcasting a successful tool as part of their marketing. They can do this by generating revenue streams by adding podcasting to their marketing.

 

 We thank Doug for his interview and we know it will provide value to the aspiring entrepreneurs who deal with content creation as both screencasters and podcasters.

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Copyright (c) 2014, Doug Foresta and www.coachzing.com and Fred Castaneda of www.strugglingentrepreneur.com and podcastreporter.com. All rights reserved.

Nov 02

08- Lon Naylor interview shows hints and tips for video success

In this episode, Steve Washer interviews Lon Naylor. Both of them are the leader and faculty of www.ScreencastStudios.com.

Lon Naylor - success in screencastingAs you will hear in this audio interview, Steven Washer discusses with Lon Naylor the hints, tips, techniques and success factors that made Lon one of the key resources when it comes to PowerPoint(R) videos and screencasts with his successful training program of LearnCamtasia.com.

Steve Washer

Both are avid fans of the google+ hangout technology and of promoting video content for growing your business, your brand and your objectives online.

This discussion covers a wide range of elements in the field of content creation, content distribution and content production.

You may contact either Lon or Steve at:

www.ScreencastStudios.com/  (main page), or you can send them an email from their support page at: https://screencaststudios.zendesk.com/home

with a note to this email address:

support@screencaststudios.com

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Copyright (c) 2014, Lon Naylor and Steve Washer of www.screencaststudios.com. . All rights reserved. Republished by permission from Lon Naylor.