Throughout December, we've been rounding up the best posts, podcasts and ultimate guides from 2021. Today is no different. In this post, we bring you a selection of the best advanced and self-publishing news podcasts from 2021. And, of course, you can count on us to come back with more self-publishing advice podcasts in 2022.
Podcasting is popular business, many authors are taking up the mic and putting their voices out in the world to help them find readers, building up a platform and growing their confidence. Today, the Alliance of Independent Authors AskALLi team is launching a new book all about podcasting for indie authors. This is how to design a podcast show for indie authors.
Spotify and Apple offer new but different paid podcast models. Sales of digital books closing in on print.
Parallel to the growth of self-publishing poetry became one of the fastest growing genres in the late 2010s. So, last year #AskAlli responded to this exciting and heartwarming trend by introducing a new monthly podcast, the Self-Publishing Poetry Salon. Today, Dalma Szentpály, one of the hosts, looks back at 2019 for a poetry podcast round up.
December has seen the ALLi team look back at the year and review the highs and lows. Today is the slightly different. Instead of looking back at the fiction and nonfiction podcast during 2019, Sacha Black and Adam Croft (the podcast's 2020 hosts) look to the New Year and the upcoming topics.
December sees the ALLi team look back at the year and review the highs and lows. Today is the AskALLi Member Q&A Podcast review of 2019. ALLi team member Michael LaRonn, is here with his round up of the best moments this year.
Createspace's ISBN registration grows 50% to more than a million and StreetLib partners with Voxnest to allow authors to podcast from their platform.
A new text to speech tool enables you to write a podcast in your own voice, Audible UK profits double & Poland cuts sales tax on ebooks.
Spotify and Pandora both launch a new podcast dashboard, and ALLi members flourish on the DigitalBookWorld awards shortlist.
Good quality sound is important for your self-published audiobooks and podcasts. When you're setting out to work in any audio format, there are a few tricks to getting studio-quality sound. And none of these have anything to do with your microphone.
If you've hung around the indie sphere long enough, then the audio boom isn't news. The question is, are you capitalising on it? Starting an author podcast is work, but it's good work that will reap benefits for the long term. Author member Holly Lyne is here to teach us how to start an author podcast.
After taking a break for the month of July, 2019, the #AskALLi broadcast salons are back for a new season. As ALLi Communications Manager Boni Wagner-Stafford tells us, there's a bunch that's new: new shows, new co-hosts, and a new sponsor for the 2019-2020 broadcast season.