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📙 Podcastnomics: The Book of Podcasting... To Make You Millions by Naresh Vissa, narrator John Eastman


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Podcastnomics lays out, step-by-step, not only how to set up podcasts, but how to properly produce, market, and make money off them. Clean and concise, Podcastnomics needs no asterisks for outdated gear and confusing workflows. Already being touted as one of the greatest primers on podcasting ever made, author Naresh Vissa walks listeners through the podcasting process in plain English and navigates the digital media and marketing landscape. ©2014 Naresh Vissa (P)2014 Krish Publishing

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"Good for quick overview but..."

It was repetitive and the narrator and tone had a shouting annoying affect. Could have read the bulleted list in 5 mins or less.
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"Podcastnomics; a must read!"

Podcastnomics is highly informative and very interesting book. A must read. Anyone interested in podcasting should read this book.

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