In the description, address the following…
Also, be sure to include relevant keywords in your description to help people find your podcast in iTunes, Stitcher, etc.
This artwork will be used in the iTunes, Stitcher, etc. The dimensions of your podcast cover art should be 1400 x 1400px. Make sure that the title is as large as possible so that it will stand out in the iTunes Store.
You can purchase audio tracks from AudioJungle for around $17 per track.
This is where all of your podcast episodes will be stored. Your hosting account will generate the “feed” that will keep your podcast show updated on iTunes, Stitcher, etc.
Libsyn is an excellent podcast hosting company.
Your hosting company will provide the link to your podcast’s feed.
Using ScheduleOnce, your guest can select a time from the time slots that you have available. Then, ScheduleOnce will send reminders to both of you prior to the interview. It also syncs with Google Calendar, Apple Calendar, and more.
Zoom makes it super easy to record video and/or audio-only interviews.
In Audacity, you can use the following effects to enhance the sound quality: Noise Removal, Equalization (slight bass boost), Normalization, Hard Limiter, and Compression.
An excellent source for stock audio tracks is www.AudioJungle.net.
The metatags that you assign will determine the title, description, image, etc. that will appear for each episode in iTunes, Stitcher, etc. Assign these metatags before you upload each episode to the host.
MP3Tag is a great program for assigning metatags to your MP3 files.