Recommended Resources

I thought you’d like a page that has all of the resources I use and recommend for my own podcast and related podcast websites.

I’ve divided things up into sections with a brief explanation of each resource.

Disclosure: some of these links are affiliate links. This means that if you decide to purchase through one of these links then I will be paid a small commission at no extra cost to you. Thank-you for supporting my work.


  • Buzzsprout: This is the # 1 “one stop” approach to podcasting. Upload your audio here, and then just integrate with your wordpress blog / website in a few easy clicks. Gotta love easy.
  • Blue Yeti Microphone: This is the BEST USB microphone on the market in my opinion. This was my very first podcast microphone and I continue to use it today as part of my overall set-up.
  • Sennheiser HD 202 headphones: An excellent pair of headphones for the price. I used to use these in my career as a Radio DJ. This is one case where you pay very little but get so much in return.
  • Heil-PR 40 microphone: If you want a microphone that will have you sounding like a PRO from day one then you need this top of the range unit. Made in U.S.A, the Heil PR-40 is one of the best dynamic microphones on the market.
  • Libsyn: I use libsyn to host the audio for my podcasts. They have cheap plans and have excellent statistics. A must for any serious podcaster.
  • Behringer XENYX 1002: This is a small mixer board that gives you great control over your audio and the room to grow and add other microphones to your podcast. I think the price tag represents great value. I’ve got one myself and recommend it to others!
  • Adobe Audition: I am completely in love with this editing software. I’ve been using it for the last 10 years (under all it’s name changes and strongly recommend it to any podcaster)
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  • WordPress: All of my podcast sites are using the WordPress platform. Very easy to use and customize.
  • Optimize Press Theme: Optimize Press is a fantastic theme for wordpress, that let’s you build a website in minutes. I’m not kidding. I use this theme on all my podcast sites.


  • HostGator: I use hostgator to host some of my websites. They are very reliable, cheap and have fantastic customer support!

Shopping Cart 

  • Nanncast: I sell a lot of products using my podcast and I need a shopping cart I can depend on. That’s why I use Nanacast. They integrate with paypal and you can create one off payments, membership sites and so much more! Very powerful stuff that I recommend you get if you want your podcast to start making some $$$.