Podcasting Part 3 - Submit and Promote
Podcasting Part 3 - Submit and Promote
: Podcasting Tutorials
: Franklin McMahon
: Podcasting Part 3 - Submit and Promote
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Creative Cow Podcast Host Franklin McMahon shows how to submit your podcast to iTunes and other directories, how to reach a large audience, promotion and finding out info about podcasting. This is part three of a three part series.
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