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Learn how to start a podcast with this $19 bundle

Over 50 lessons led by podcasting pros Lewis Howes, Alex Blumberg and more are included.
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September 11, 2019
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Podcasts have revolutionized the entertainment industry. Now, anyone with a good idea and a microphone can broadcast to a limitless number of people across the globe and bring in massive amounts of revenue from multiple sources—all with minimal startup costs.

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Featuring four courses and over 50 lessons led by podcasting pros Lewis Howes, Alex Blumberg, John Lee Dumas, Anna Sussman and Julia DeWitt, this bundle will help you begin or further your very own podcast.

You'll learn how to buy the right equipment on any budget, how to craft your stories in compelling ways in order to engage the listener, how to grow your audience through marketing techniques, how to improve your interviewing skills and much more.

There's also instruction that walks you through the various syndication options that can help you grow your brand online.

Get the tools you need to launch a successful podcast with the How To Start A Podcast Bundle for just $19—over 90 percent off for a limited time.

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