PR agencies and brands love Podchaser Pro for providing the tools needed to book their thought leaders on podcasts. Unique insights like reach estimates, demographics, and verified contact information have helped make guest booking a streamlined process. Today we’re making that workflow even better with the introduction of “has guests.”
Podchaser Pro users can now filter podcasts by whether or not they’re likely to have regular guests. Using the filter interface on any browse/category page or search results, users can select the “has guests” filter to narrow results.
To make browsing even easier, we’ve also included multiple indicators throughout the site. Podcasts on Podchaser will have a tiny indicator next to their title that shows whether or not they typically have guests on their podcast. Green means the podcast has guests, while a grey icon means that it is unlikely to have guests. You can find these indicators on podcast cards while browsing the site or in the header and details section of podcast pages.
This feature will make it even easier for users trying to launch a podcast campaign around guest placement with Podchaser doing some of the work for you by identifying podcasts with guests.
This feature is currently in beta and available for a select number of shows. Over the next couple weeks we’ll be rolling out guest filters and indicators to the entire database of podcasts. Stay tuned!
In addition to the new “has guest” filters and indicators, Podchaser Pro offers gives you access to podcasting’s most valuable insights, including reach, demographics, chart position, verified contact information, and much more–giving you the power to make the right decision everytime. Forbes called it “an incredibly useful tool for podcast marketing or booking guests.”