Anchor.fm has quickly established itself as one of the most popular audio content creation and podcasting platforms.
What's the app all about? And what does it bring to the table for podcasters-to-be, as well for those who are currently hosting a podcast?
Today's episode, which is part of a series about repurposing your podcast content, we take a closer look at Anchor.fm, its features and what it can do for you.
In This Episode, You'll Hear About
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- How Anchor started and changed into what it is today [spp-timestamp time=”0:42″]
- How to get started with the app [spp-timestamp time=”2:03″]
- A feature that lets you be engaging and interactive [spp-timestamp time=”3:18″]
- The podcast distribution side of things in Anchor [spp-timestamp time=”4:05″]
- What you need to remember when using Anchor and having your audio content available to Apple CarPlay and Android Auto [spp-timestamp time=”4:47″]
- What the new Cohosts feature allows you to do [spp-timestamp time=”5:38″]
- What Anchor Videos are all about [spp-timestamp time=”6:37″]
- The polarized opinions members of the podcasting industry have about Anchor [spp-timestamp time=”8:18″]
- How I go about creating Anchor Videos [spp-timestamp time=”9:06″]
- My thoughts on Anchor as an app and option for podcasters [spp-timestamp time=”10:38″]
- The 3 main things I use Anchor for [spp-timestamp time=”12:49″]
Here's What Anchor Videos Look Like
Links and Resources Mentioned
- Podcast Growth Mastermind (click to join now!)
- Libsyn (use the promo code YANN at checkout to get your first month for FREE)
- episode sound effects by AudioJungle, Freesound.org, Anchor.fm, YouTube royalty-free Audio Library