All about the Leamington Hour podcast
A big “Thank you” to Gary Jones of Leamington Hour for interviewing me back in the summer for his Radio Warwickshire show AND his Leamington Hour podcast. I think I first met Gary on Twitter and we kept in touch via Periscope too so it’s a prime example of the usefulness of social media for making new contacts and getting your message out there.
Amongst other things, we talked about my business headshots hates, using video for business plus, in the extras at the end, I share my top 3 tips for planning your business photography, which apply regardless of whether you’re investing in a professional photographer like me to take them or adopting a DIY approach. Do subscribe to the podcast too as the stories and top tips that Gary gets local business people to share will still be useful to you even if you’re not based in Warwickshire.
Do subscribe to the podcast too as the stories and top tips that Gary gets local business people to share will still be useful to you even if you’re not based in Warwickshire.
You’ll find the podcast on iTunes, so do check it out here. (If you’re reading this after 28 October, my interview episode was released on 20 October 2016.)
More Leamington Hour and me …
If you enjoyed the tips and hints I shared, I’ll be sharing some more at Leamington Hour Live on 18 January next year as I’m the first guest speaker of 2017. I’ll let you know as soon as tickets are on sale.
A final word about recording good audio …
I know lots of you worry about getting good quality audio for your own podcasts or videos. I hope Gary won’t mind me sharing that he doesn’t use any fancy microphones at all – he records his podcasts straight on to his iPhone 6 using the phone’s internal microphone. So if you’re procrastinating about recording audio just because you haven’t got round to buying a microphone yet, don’t! Just get stuck in using your phone and see how it sounds. Sound quality is often affected as much by the location’s acoustics as it is by the technology you’re using.