How to Create a Podcast with AudioAcrobat (Video Tutorial)

Curious about how to set up a podcast on iTunes? I'm frequently asked about how to create a podcast. Awhile back I created a video tutorial my students in From Platform to Profit (now available as a home study course!) about how to create a podcast on AudioAcrobat since that's how I do it for my Online Visibility Tips podcast. Here's the video with the steps to get started publishing your own show (audio or video) on iTunes. NOTE: This tutorial presupposes that you are already creating audio and video content and are ready to distribute it via a podcast.

How to Set Up A Podcast On AudioAcrobat (click link if you can't see the video above)

I've also written about audio and video podcasting on Biz Tips Blog over the years so here are a couple of articles that may also help you:

Online Visibility Tip: Create a Video Podcast

Podcasting Down and Dirty Part 2

If you publish a podcast, share it with us here and post the URL to iTunes, or wherever it's hosted so we can subscribe and check it!

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  1. says

    Denise, this is an awesome video tutorial of how to set up an audio or video podcast using audioacrobat. THANK YOU!

    I have a question.

    What do you think of creating a video podcast and then extracting the audio and creating an audio podcast and submitting both to itunes as two separate podcasts?

    iTunes has an audio podcast category and a video podcast category.

    I want to do a video podcast to post on my blog, simply to create a more intimate relationship with my readers. But I’ll also post the audio podcast there on the blog as well.

    Do you think I’ll get more visibility in iTunes doing it this way?

    Thanks for the help!

    • says

      Hey David, thanks for stopping by. I don’t know iTunes’ policy for duplicate content. I always say test and see which is more popular. As far as visibility is concerned, it would seem you’re doubling your chances of attracting audiences for each format. I haven’t tried what you’re contemplating so I don’t have a good answer for you. Try it and let me know how it goes!

  2. Lynda Roth says

    Thanks this is great information. If I create a video using Ustream can I then post it as a podcast?

    • says

      You can create a video podcast with any video file. I haven’t used Ustream but if you can download the file after it’s recorded, then you can use the file in your podcast.

  3. says

    Denise – this is fabulous! Something I have been putting off but this gives me the motivation to get it done right away. Thank you so much, Michele

    • says

      Michele, be sure to let me know when you get your podcast set up. You always deliver exceptional content and I love to listen to podcasts when I run and workout so yours would be at among the top of my list, no doubt!

  4. Sydni Craig-Hart says

    What a great tutorial Denise! I have fallen in love with podcasting over the past year. I really enjoy creating it and the great response I get from my audience. My podcast lives at:…Warm regards,SydniSydni Craig-HartThe Smart Simple Marketing Coach

    • says

      Thanks for sharing your podcast, Sydni. You do a great job of repurposing content with your podcast available not only on iTunes but on your blog and your ezine as well. Blog on!