Do you wish that you could listen to the voice of a loved one who has passed away? Hear the voice of your grandmother, mother, mom mom. sister or brother?
I wish I could hear the voice of my grandmother who passed away in 2009 at the age of 98, as well as the voice of my sister, Gloria, who was killed in a car accident in 1992, at the age of 29.
In this episode #333, I am asking “are you looking for a way to stay connected with your family during these uncertain times?” If so, podcasts are the perfect solution!
A podcast is a free video conferencing platform that allows you to easily connect with your family members from anywhere in the world. With podcast, you can create a virtual family room where you can chat, share photos, and even play games together.
Just like when I was growing up old skool Sunday was family funday!
The best part about a podcast is that it’s incredibly easy to use. All you need to do is create an account, invite your family members, and you’re ready to go. If you are using Zoom to record, you can even customize your virtual family room with different backgrounds and themes.
Podcast also offers a variety of features that make it perfect for families. You can share photos, videos, and documents with your family members, as well as play games together. You can also use the platform to host virtual family reunions, birthday parties, and other special events.
Podcasts are a great way to stay connected with your family during these difficult times. With its easy-to-use interface and variety of features, it’s the perfect solution for families who want to stay connected. So why not give it a try today?
Are you looking to start a family podcast?
Podcasts are a great way to share stories, experiences, and advice with your family and friends. Whether you’re looking to start a podcast to stay connected with your family or to share your family’s stories with the world, here are some steps to get you started.
- Choose a Topic
The first step to starting a family podcast is to decide on a topic. Think about what your family is passionate about and what stories you want to share. It could be a podcast about your family’s history, a podcast about parenting tips, or a podcast about your family’s favorite recipes. Once you’ve chosen a topic, you can start to plan out your podcast episodes. Hubby and are actually planning a podcast and book on things our sons need to know upon our death with regards to home ownership.
- Gather Your Equipment
Once you’ve chosen a topic, you’ll need to gather the necessary equipment to record your podcast. You’ll need a microphone, a computer, and recording software. You can find affordable equipment online or at your local electronics store. Also you will find recommendations in my Podcasting Your Purpose Resource Guide, Edition 2
- Find Guests
If you’re looking to have guests on your podcast, you’ll need to start reaching out to potential guests. Think about family members, friends, or experts in your chosen topic who would be willing to come on your podcast. Each family member can host a weekly show based upon the topic of the podcast.
- Record and Edit
Once you’ve gathered your equipment and guests, it’s time to start recording. Make sure to record in a quiet space and use a pop filter to reduce background noise. Once you’ve recorded your podcast, you’ll need to edit it. You can use free editing software like Audacity or Adobe Audition to edit your podcast.
- Publish and Promote
Once you’ve edited your podcast, it’s time to publish it. You can use a podcast hosting service like Buzzsprout, or Podbean to upload your podcast and make it available to the public. Once your podcast is published, you’ll need to start promoting it. You can use social media, email, and word of mouth to get the word out about your podcast.
Starting a family podcast is a great way to stay connected with your family and share your stories with the world. With these steps, you’ll be well on your way to creating a successful family podcast.
These are the basics for starting a family podcast, however, for more in depth training, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or you can order a copy of my Resource Guide.
Are you ready to start a family podcast?