Podcasts for Financial Advisers: How to record, publish, and syndicate podcast content

Podcasting isn’t for everyone, but financial advisers who include podcasts in their marketing collateral can score points with prospective clients.

In this FPPad On Air broadcast, I connected with Blane Warrene, senior vice president of client communications for RegEd, to talk about how advisers can record, publish, and syndicate their own podcasts.

In the broadcast, Warrene mentioned tools such as Audacity, Garage Band, and Blubrry advisers can use to get started with podcasting.

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5 Responses to “Podcasts for Financial Advisers: How to record, publish, and syndicate podcast content”

  1. Levi December 11, 2012 1:19 pm
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    Thanks for the video – Bill, gotta ask… where did you get your headphones with the mic attached?

    • Bill Winterberg December 11, 2012 4:11 pm
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      Levi,

      Thank you for the comment. The headset I use is the Logitech H360 USB Headset.

      Bill

  2. Jenny Bhatt December 23, 2012 3:26 pm
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    Bill – I recently discovered your site and podcasts. So, you may have already covered this and I just can’t find it. Do you have recommendations for podcasts that financial advisors / planners should listen to? A Best Of list, say?

    I’m pulling together my own list by trial and error but I’m sure others before me have done so already.

    Thanks.

  3. Brian Wiley April 24, 2013 10:48 pm
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    Great information. Thank you for publishing this.

  4. Brian Wiley April 24, 2013 10:50 pm
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    By the way, it would be interesting to hear compliance concerns with podcasts, videos, etc. I am fully aware of the compliance concerns with local broadcast radio, but podcasting to an unknown recipient is a bit of a mystery to me.