Because the Podcast Asylum was first created by Lee Hopkins in the glorious Adelaide Hills of South Australia.
Not yet, but there’s always a first time.
Our highly trained staff provide only the most effective therapies, with a combination of brisk efficiency and soothing bedside manner.
We have a complete list of symptoms for known podcast-related maladies on our Syndromes page.
Because podcasting provides a refuge from the dreariness of drive-time radio—and because we’re all crazy about podcasting.
None of us is a medical doctor or a scientist. The white coat helps those suffering from podcast-related syndromes to identify Asylum staff immediately at crowded gatherings like podcasting conferences.
There are many good reasons to podcast. ‘Professor’ Hopkins has an excellent article explaining them.
There are times when podcasting doesn’t make sense for an individual or corporation. We can help you decide whether you’re podcaster material. Meanwhile, read ‘Professor’ Goetsch’s article on why she doesn’t podcast.
Yes, we have podcast consulting packages. Contact us for more details.
We help with all aspects of podcasting, from production values to content to interaction with listeners.
Passion for your subject, good content, willingness to learn, a computer, and an internet connection.
They won’t, unless you have something to say and can say it well.
Promoting a podcast is like promoting any other aspect of your business—but one of the best ways to get publicity for your podcast is to ask other podcasters to help spread the word.
The first thing to find out is whether you should podcast. If all you need is help planning and producing your podcast, we’ll have you fixed up in a jiffy.
Only a little.
Actually, podcasting is a great marketing tool, particularly for services professionals and small businesses.
Actually, you don’t need to invest a lot of money to have a successful podcast, and you can’t buy listeners. Just concentrate on making your podcast interesting, entertaining, and educational. Of course, big companies do have the money to market their podcasts aggressively, but unless the show itself is good, people will unsubscribe.