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Substack Audio the Easy Way

Workshop replay!

My top equipment tips and links are below.

What we cover:

  • The 3 types of Substack audio and how they work (voiceover, memos, and podcast/audio posts)

  • Substack audio in 3 easy steps—including the editing tool for writers

  • Voiceover-artist top tips

  • The best (and easiest and cheapest) equipment to use

Why use audio?

  • and digital media publishers like The New York Times are leaning heavily on audio.

  • Audio creates a deeper relationship between writer and reader than print can.

  • Audio has been shown to increase subscriber retention because people listen to audio while multitasking when they don’t have the time or attention to read.

  • The voice-reader relationship is part of the reason audiobook sales have surged while digital and print book sales continue to fall.

  • It will create a stronger relationship between you, your subscribers, and your work.

→ NOTE: As Substack’s Head of Writer Relations Farrah Storr puts it, we do these workshops in good faith that people won’t sign up for the link and then unsubscribe. We’re here to build a community of writers who will come together to grow. If you prefer to purchase the workshop, you can do so here:

Purchase workshop separately

My top equipment recommendations and links are below.

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