In 2018, Seth Godin said the podcasting is the new blogging. That means there’s no better time to start a podcast than 2019. In this episode we’re going to go over what gear you need to launch your show.
The holiday season is here and it’s time for us to once again figure out what we’re getting family, friends, and colleagues. Each year I put together a gift guide for remote workers, web designers, podcasters, and cigar smokers. This year’s update for remote workers is a monster one, and it’s the one we’re going to look at today.
Hey everybody and welcome to Creator Toolkit, a podcast about building things on the web. I’m Joe Casabona and today we’re going to talk about gift shopping. Specifically, finding the right gift for remote workers. What does this have to do with toolkits, you ask? Well this guide (which you can find at creatortoolkit.com/007/) is pretty much my toolkit for working at home. Let’s take a look…
- The Full Gift Guide
- Podcast’s Gift Guide
- Other Recommendations
My question for you: What did I miss? Is there some killer thing you use that you think should be included? Let me know by emailing me: email@example.com, or on Twitter at @jcasabona. If you liked this episode be sure to leave a rating and review in apple podcasts. If you want me to put together a specific toolkit, email me, firstname.lastname@example.org or follow me on Twitter, jcasabona. Thanks so much for listening, and until next time, get out there and build something.
The changes coming to the editor in WordPress 5.0 will create a monumental shift in the way we create content. In this episode, we’re going to dive into some helpful tools for managing your website once you upgrade to WordPress 5.0 – and the Gutenberg Editor. Let’s do it.
In this episode, we’re going to answer a question that every podcaster has to face: where should I host my audio files? There are lots of options out there to choose from, and we’ll narrow it down to a few good ones for you.