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Flip This Risk for Podcasting: Top Risks Every Podcaster Should Avoid To Be Successful by Karen Hardy is a rewarding guidebook that identifies the opportunities podcasting provides and offers valuable information on handling the risks podcasters face. The work begins with a brief history of podcasting. In the second section, it defines a podcast as a series of episodes consisting of digital audio files that users can download. It also examines why people start podcasts and why podcasting is preferred over other forms of media such as blogging. The book offers a step-by-step guide on producing a podcast and explains the tools that are needed. It also explains the different forms of podcasts that exist and the scenarios in which each is used.
Flip This Risk for Podcasting includes informative interviews from accomplished podcasters who offer practical advice about the opportunities podcasting offers and the risks involved. For instance, Meiko S. Patton, a Clubhouse Strategic Communications Consultant and the author of an Amazon bestselling book, identifies visibility as an important aspect that podcasters need to consider and prioritize. The book simplifies technical information and presents it in an easy-to-understand way. The approaches it suggests, such as the risk assessment technique model and the steps for creating a podcast, are also easy to follow. Key points are highlighted and separated from the main text, and multiple podcasting resources are listed at the end of the book. Flip This Risk for Podcasting by Karen Hardy is a helpful risk management resource for any podcaster.