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**This episode is supported by podcast website page builder, Podpage. Head on over to podpage.com and use the promo code PMA to get an easy-to-use and dynamic podcast webite in minutes. **Are you a podcaster looking to add advertisements into your podcast, but just thinking about the editing makes your head hurt? Advertisements is the first idea that most new podcasters hear about when it comes to ways to monetize the work you do each week. But, behind the idea is a lot of unknowns that most podcasters simple give up before even thinking about trying it for the sure amount of work involved. Welcome AdBarker!AdBarker is that tool that dynamically adds your promotions and does it seamlessly into your episode without doing a hard edit for each episode.This episode will open you up to the potential revenue you could be leaving on the table by not running advertisments.Be sure you go back and listen to our episode with Bryan Barletta from Sounds Protifable.Key Topics:·     Why a computer scientist would tackle a big problem like dynamic advertising (0:36)·     How does AdBarker get round having to switch hosting platforms (2:18)·     Does AdBarker change how my stats are being tracked (3:24)·     Are the stats on AdBarker IAB (International Advertising Board) complaint (4:26)·     How does the nuts and bolts of the system work to dynamically insert advertisements (5:53)·     How do the all important mid-roll drop-ins work on AdBarker (6:56)·     How does the pricing work (7:52)·     What surprised you about the podcasting space being an outsider at first (8:53)Website link: https://adbarker.comSocial Links·     LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/knagode/·     Twitter: https://twitter.com/knagodeThanks for Listening!Be sure to subscribe on Apple, Google, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. And feel free to drop us a line at mathew@thepodcastconsultant.com.Follow Mathew on Social Media to stay up to date on Podcast Me Anything - Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | LinkedIn
Finding the right beat, at the right price, and knowing you are getting the right deal is something every new podcaster goes through. It is one of the first significant issues many people launching a podcast have to go through, and its usually in the dark. Most podcasters are not familiar with the music licensing industry and get an education on it very quickly to make sure they set up the show for success.Today on the podcast, we are talking with the co-founders of Songs For Podcasting who are bringing a flashlight to the process and helping podcasters find the right beat, at the right price, and making sure they are protected. Our conversation goes into the weeds of this issue and what podcasters need to know before picking that first beat.Key Topics:·     What is Songs For Podcasters and why did it open its doors (0:34)·     Why is music licensing with podcasting so unique in the industry (1:42)·     Why is it essential that podcasters don’t just pirate mainstream music for a podcast (4:15)·     What new record labels are getting on board with providing music for podcasting (5:47)·     Will, we ever see mainstream musicians make music available for use on podcasts (7:03)·     How can you avoid getting hit with copyright infringement (9:49)·     What does a podcaster need to know about royalties as a podcast grows (11:40)·     How do you make sure your media license grows with your podcast (12:44)·     Is it required to update your old music licenses as your podcast grows (16:00)·     What do podcasters need to know before they start searching on Songs For Podcasters (18:40)·     Is it better for the production company to own the copyright or the podcast host (19:57))Website link: https://songsforpodcasters.com/SFPHomePageSocial LinksSyncFloor (Parent company to Songs For Podcasters)·     Twitter: https://twitter.com/SyncFloor·     Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SyncFloor/·     LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/syncfloor/Cestjon McFarland:·     LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/cestjon-mcfarland-027a805/·     Twitter: https://twitter.com/cestjon·     Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cestjon/Kirt Debique·     LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kirtdebique/·     Twitter: https://twitter.com/katewayo?lang=en·     Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/katewayo/ Thanks for Listening!Be sure to subscribe on Apple, Google, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. And feel free to drop us a line at mathew@thepodcastconsultant.com.Follow Mathew on Social Media to stay up to date on Podcast Me Anything - Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | LinkedIn
"There has never been a better time" – Chris HinesThis quote is an excellent summary of what this episode hits home when it comes to podcasting. The medium is still young; it's still growing, and every brand should have a podcast. There are many reasons podcasts fail to launch, and the biggest one is typically, "my niche is to busy." In today's episode, Chris highlights why that excuse is just an excuse and why every brand needs a podcast to build stronger customer intimacy and nurture the current sales funnel.Key Topics:·     How did Chris get started in podcasting (0:48)·     At what point did Chris learn the power of podcasting (2:06)·     What were some of the early lessons after starting his business (3:07)·     What is the big picture idea that Chris is building up to (4:41)·     What is the secret to getting your podcast discovered (7:00)·     Creating hyper customized content from your podcast (8:53)·     When does the advertising model work in podcasting (9:45)·     What does the medium of podcasting look like in the future (10:29)·     Should you always be the first in the market for something (12:04)·     New tools to help streamline the podcasters workflow (13:10)sWebsite link: https://www.elitepodcastmarketing.agency/Join The Waitlist: Podcast Creator BundlePodcast Links:·     Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/podcasting-is-branding/id1532671572·     Google: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5zaW1wbGVjYXN0LmNvbS9ra1BQMUZhXw==·     Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5qJlvXTSU9T7YMPEuEthnW?si=05Rn9S1kQC2uh4wFfA2A5gSocial Links·     LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thecoachchris/·     Twitter: https://twitter.com/thecoachchris_·     Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thecoachchris_/ https://www.instagram.com/elitepodcastagency/Thanks for Listening!Be sure to subscribe on Apple, Google, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. And feel free to drop us a line at mathew@thepodcastconsultant.com.Follow Mathew on Social Media to stay up to date on Podcast Me Anything - Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | LinkedIn
Is your podcast search (SEO) friendly? This is the big question we talk about on today’s episode of Podcast Me Anything (PMA), where we are talking with one of the founders and CEO Pete Birsinger of Podscribe. With over 500,000 podcasts in the English language, discoverability is a real issue that many podcasters face. This is the issue that Pete set out to solve with the creation of Podscribe. Podscribe is a transcription service designed from the ground up to serve podcasts. If you know your podcast needs to be more search-friendly in the coming years, this is an episode you won’t want to miss, and just for listening to the show Pete has a fantastic offer at the end just for the PMA audience. Key Topics:·     What is Podcribe and how did it get started (0:47)·     What was the big issue you Podscribe was trying to solve when launching (1:06)·     What makes Podcribe uniquely positioned to serve the podcasting community vs. other transcription services (5:31)·     How does the Podscribe player track downloads (9:51)·     Having a single search point for all transcribed text of a podcast (10:53)·     How do you add the new search widget to your website (13:00)·     What new features are in the works that we can expect in the future (14:27)·     Free Offer from Podscribe (16:00)Website link: https://podscribe.ai/Email for FREE offer (Tell them PMA Sent YOu) : transcriptions@podscribe.aiCheck out an example from Podcast Me Anything - https://app.podscribe.ai/episode/48640468Social LinksLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/peter-birsinger/Twitter: https://twitter.com/PodscribeAiTwitter: https://twitter.com/peterbirsingerEmail: pete@podscribe.aiThanks for Listening!Be sure to subscribe on Apple, Google, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. And feel free to drop us a line at mathew@thepodcastconsultant.com.Follow Mathew on Social Media to stay up to date on Podcast Me Anything - Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | LinkedIn
Podcast hosts are loved because the trust and relationship they build with their audience through this show. On this episode of Podcast Me Anything, we chat with Rob Walch, Vice President of Podcaster Relations at Libsyn, to discuss the hidden tech that is tracking podcast listeners and why that should be a concern for content creators. In the online marketing world GDPR is something that any company running an online business needs to knows about. And one of the key features of that system is the ability for the end user to opt-in. Because that opportunity doesn't exist within the podcasting space, many companies providing attribution and other tracking services are running afoul of these privacy rules. With Overcast's new privacy tool, users are going to learn quickly what data shows are willing to collect through these tools, and he is concerned about the reckoning that will follow. Listen to today’s show and find the limitations for podcasters to enforce GDPR and CCPA rules, and why Rob is concerned for the entire space. And don't forget to read this post which outlines in further detail why Rob believes privacy really does matter for podcast consumers. Key Topics:What are the biggest concerns with privacy in the podcast space (1:01)What solutions are available on the market to provide opt-in tracking (2:17)Does the argument IP addresses are trackable hold water (4:49)What does tracking do for the harm of the industry long term (5:13)What is behind the new Overcast tracking feature (9:30)Will Apple be making any changes to podcasting in the future (14:35)Guest's Podcast Links:The Feed: http://thefeed.libsyn.comToday in iOS: http://www.todayinios.comGuest's Social LinksLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/podcast411/Twitter: https://twitter.com/podcast411Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/podcast411Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/robwalchThanks for Listening!Be sure to subscribe on Apple, Google, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. And feel free to drop us a line at mathew@thepodcastconsultant.com.Follow Mathew on Social Media to stay up to date on Podcast Me Anything - Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | LinkedIn
We all start somewhere and today’s guest Ronsely opens up right out of the gate with an important lesson about life and podcasting. We all have an origin story and it often starts in the place we would least expect and doing things we didn’t plan on doing. Ronsley is no different and his story speaks to how life is always happening for us, not to us will inspire you to get going and keep going on your journey.In this episode we learn that even while you are at the top of being a podcaster, the fundamentals still matter and the advice for any podcaster is timeless. Audio content creation is just getting started, but the way Ronsley sees it, he couldn’t be more excited for what is to come. Key Topics:Where did it all start for Ronsley in podcasting (1:07)What is the direction We Are Podcasts is heading towards in a post COVID-19 world (5:32)How do you go about figuring out if this person has what it takes to make it (8:32)What character trait of the host predicts the quality of a podcast (9:53)How do you turn an engaged listener or fan into an advocate for the show (12:52)What is the best way to create a relationship but also produce revenue (12:28)What are the long-term trends in podcasting (21:30)Which Avenger does Ronsely see himself as (26:58)Website link:https://mustamplify.com/ https://wearepodcast.com/https://mustamplify.com/the-amplify-book/http://shouldistartapodcast.com/http://psychologyofentrepreneurship.com/https://mustamplify.com/category/podcasts/should-i-start-a-podcast/Podcast Links:Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/must-amplify-podcasts/id1205117625?ls=1&mt=2#episodeGuid=https%3A%2F%2Fmustamplify.com%2F%3Fp%3D6931Google: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9tdXN0YW1wbGlmeS5jb20vY2F0ZWdvcnkvcG9kY2FzdHMvc2hvdWxkLWktc3RhcnQtYS1wb2RjYXN0L2ZlZWQv?sa=X&ved=0CAQQ27cFahcKEwj4if7HmNzrAhUAAAAAHQAAAAAQBASpotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5sGBqsVwNlS5x7u9ryV1dl?si=jHO2T3WWT0uksmUVbzTAzwSocial LinksLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ronsley/Twitter: https://twitter.com/ronsleyFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/ronsley Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ronsleyvaz/Thanks for Listening!Be sure to subscribe on Apple, Google, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. And feel free to drop us a line at mathew@thepodcastconsultant.com.Follow Mathew on Social Media to stay up to date on Podcast Me Anything - Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | LinkedIn
On Sunday, September, 27th at 7pm EST, you can watch the first ever Black Podcasting Awards, a celebration of the ownership and creation of content for the Black experience in the world of podcasting. Through a curated list of categories, it aims to elevate Black voices within the podcasting network that may not receive the recognition they deserve. In a marketplace that often overlooks Black podcasters' unique voices and candor, the Black Podcasting Award is here to bridge the gap. The mission is to amplify our own, celebrate those who have paved the way and provide a foundation for the up and coming voices in the Black podcasting arena.This tweet by Tracy Clinton is the force behind the Black Podcasting Awards. The tweet got many comments, retweets, and replies, but no one took the first step to make the dream a reality. Georgia liked the idea, and she took it up and gave the idea life. Come September 27, 2020; we will have the first Black Podcasting Award.In this episode of Podcast Me Anything, we have Georgie Anne Getton Mckoy joining us. Georgie will help us understand the Black Podcasting Awards. Georgie is the Executive Director of the Black Podcasting Awards and the executive strategist at GSD Solutions.We Discuss... 00:57 What inspired Georgie to start the Black Podcast Award?02:18 Who should be signing up to be a nominee or as a participant to judge podcasters?04:49 What has led to the immense growth of black podcasts?10:37 What is in the Kickstarter, and how can we support it?12:41 Big names that we should be excited about the Black Podcast Award?14:59 Georgie's podcast- Doing the MostFollow the Black Podcasting AwardsWebsite - https://blackpodawards.com/ Kickstarter - https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/bpa2020/introducing-black-podcasting-awards-bpa?ref=project_tweet Twitter - https://twitter.com/blackpodawards Facebook - https://facebook.com/blackpodawards Instagram - https://instagram.com/blackpodawardsConnect with Georgie Anne Getton Mckoy:Execution Strategist at https://gsdsolutions.xyz/Personal site: https://gsdwithgeorgie.com/ Her Podcast - Doing the Most: Misadventures of Entrepreneurship - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/doing-the-most/id1449643096?mt=2 Book - The Art of Getting Sh*t Done https://gsdwithgeorgie.com/books/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/gsdwithgeorgie Fb - https://facebook.com/gsdwithgeorgie Instagram - https://instagram.com/gsdwithgeorgie LinkedIn - https://linkedin.com/in/gsdwithgeorgie
How many times as editors do you hear from a client, “I just want to record”? As podcast editors we have the unique job to take something that is rough around the edges and make people sound better and elevate their brands. But let’s face it, creating a business as an editor has its high and lows and many lessons to learn. Like most things in life other people have gone before you and you just need the right friend to help point you in the right direction.This idea of community support and creating an environment where editors learn and support each other in their own business is what Steve Stewart has created. He has been helping podcasters sound great since 2016 and now leads the largest community of editors along with the Podcast Editors Conference. This episode goes right to the core of what makes an effective podcast editor, the tips and mindset one needs to make it, and where is the podcast editor world headed to.Key Topics:·     Why did he create a community of podcast editors (1:18)·     What are some lessons he has learned from other editors (2:25)·     Deep dive into what the Podcast Editors Conference is all about (3:37)·     What is Podcast Editors Academy (5:36)·     Is it possible to really make editing podcasts a business (7:35)·     How does one go about hiring a podcast editor (9:07)·     What is the biggest mistake people make when trying to hire an editor (11:16)·     What are the biggest mistake editors make trying to get into the business (12:33)·     Why is video editing the next big thing for editors (14:58)o  Riversource LinkWebsite link: PEC Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/podcasteditors/Podcast Editors' Academy: https://www.podcasteditoracademy.com/Steve Stewart's Site: https://stevestewart.me/  Social Links:Twitter: http://twitter.com/stevestewartmeFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/SteveStewartPodcastProductions/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stevecstewartThanks for Listening!Be sure to subscribe on Apple, Google, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. And feel free to drop us a line at mathew@thepodcastconsultant.com.Follow Mathew on Social Media to stay up to date on Podcast Me Anything - Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | LinkedIn
We are targeted by advertising every day as a consumer, but within podcasting targeting to specific end users is still difficult using the current landscape. In this episode we talk about how geolocation needs to evolve and where is it currently possible to target listeners already.It as a fascinating conversation on some technology that most people might be aware of but not really understand how it works, Bryan is starting a partnership with PodNews to bring more information to podcasters about how to use advertising within their business effectively in a feature called Sounds Profitable. Bryan recent published an article on Medium.com on how geolocation works and how it currently has a 50/50 change of getting it right when testing on a cell phone. Key Topics:What about Sounds Profitable got him really excited to launch it (0:51)Is the Podcast world privacy complaint when it comes to the ever-changing landscape of end user privacy (4:26)Why geolocation technology isn’t yet useful for podcasters (9:11)Is it really possible to target a podcast advertisement to a specific geolocation (8:14)Why other forms of online media don’t see such a targeting issues as seen in podcasting (14:07)Where is the future of podcast advertising going as Spotify seeks more exclusive podcast to join its network (16:19)Website link: http://soundsprofitable.com/ Social Links:Medium: https://medium.com/@bryanbarlettaLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bryanbarletta/Thanks for Listening!Be sure to subscribe on Apple, Google, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. And feel free to drop us a line at mathew@thepodcastconsultant.com.Follow Mathew on Social Media to stay up to date on Podcast Me Anything - Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | LinkedIn
Alex Sanfilippo, founder of Podmatch.com joins us today to talk about the art of being a guest and finding a guest for your show. Alex also gives us an overview of his show, Creating a Brand Podcast. And he talks about his new website, Podmatch.com, a platform that matches podcast guests and hosts together to produce high quality interviews.Sign up for Podmatch (Affiliate link) - https://podmatch.com/?ref=1598036727632x681361892469069400Find Alex's 6 Steps for Finding Your Next Ideal Podcast Guest Without Wasting Time hereCheck out Alex’s Podcast - Creating a Brand Podcast
Dave Zohrob, Co-founder and CEO of Chartable is back with me today to talk about a new feature called Smart Promos. Smart Promos is a tool that traces listeners who hear an ad for your podcast and then download your podcast. This is the first time we’ve been able to measure the impact of podcast to podcast promotion.Chartable helps publishers understand and grow their audience and help advertisers figure out if the ads they’re buying are actually working. We talk about how Chartable works, how they protect the privacy of listeners, and some of the cool features they offer.Sign up for Chartable here.
CEO and Co-founder of Supercast.com, Jason Sew Hoy, joins me today on Podcast Me Anything.  Supercast is a beautiful platform for creating paid membership access to your podcast, making monetization simple. Jason got involved in the podcast realm when he was helping build out subscription podcasting for a couple of podcasters. A freemium model where only about 2-7% of your audience pays for more of your content. He then realized most podcasters don’t realize they could be sitting on a gold mine.  And so, Supercast.com was born. Jason explains exactly how it works as well as different options members can utilize. He also shares some new cool features for podcasters to help them improve engagement with their listeners.Don’t forget to keep an eye out for Supercast’s Podcast launching soon.Resources in this episode:https://www.supercast.com/Sign up for Supercast’s Paid to Podcast Competition here
As the Podfest Virtual Global Summit officially opens, we were joined live by the organizer, Chris Krimitsos, to talk about this historic event, reaching for a Guinness World Record, and how there's still time for you to tap into the myriad of incredible speakers and sessions being offered. Grab your ticket here. And be sure to check out my session on Friday at 11:30am EST on Monetizing Beyond Ads!
I am talking with Sam Rivera today from podsights.com. Podsights is a marketing attribution platform for podcast advertising. They help marketers understand the effects of buying advertising on podcasts. They can help you figure out how many leads you get from advertising on a podcast, how many listeners visited your site as a result of the ad, and of the podcasts you advertised on, which drove the most purchases.  We also discuss how Podsights collects this data and how they use it.
Jamie Perkins joins me today from Pod.fan. Pod.fan supports podcasters by allowing listeners to subscribe, support, share and engage with your show. Jamie and I go over how it works and how you can use it to monetize your podcast.You can check out other Pod.Fan pages I’ve made for this show and others·     https://pod.fan/jersey-jobs-biz·     https://pod.fan/causepods·      https://pod.fan/podcast-me-anything
This week we are chatting with James Potter, founder of RateThisPodcast.com. The idea behind this platform is very simple, to make it easier for you to get your listeners to leave you a rating and review for your podcast. James reviews why he started the platform, the benefits of ratings/reviews for podcasts, and what the flow is like. You can try it out above with your own show or give a rating to my other podcast, Causepods
I’m chatting with Deborah Pardes today, Senior Story Officer of Swell, a brand-new app created to help you share your voice and spark conversations. Deborah explains the evolution of Swell and how you can start your own conversations by creating “swells”, allowing you to connect with your listeners through the power of voice.Check them out at https://swell.life/You can find info on their upcoming Swellcast widget here: https://swell.life/widget
Excited to welcome back Nadav Keyson of Riverside.fm. Riverside is a platform that allows you to record audio and video for your podcasts using double end technology. There are tons of great options for recording audio through a double-ender platform, but this is the first one we are aware of for video as well. In this conversation, we talk about Nadav's background and why he started the company. Go over some of the features available on the platform. And talk about why video should be an important part of your podcast in the future. We should also have a link to the video from this session up really soon. If you want to check out the platform head on over to Riverside.fm.
If having a podcast is a big piece of what you’re doing right now but you are struggling with the website because it’s cumbersome, you just don’t have time to build it, or you do have a website but are tired of all the steps involved with publishing your podcast, check out Podpage.com. Podpage allows you to create an instant podcast website that is easy to create and easy to maintain.The creator of Podpage.com, Brenden Mulligan joins me today to talk about how he got started in this industry, why he built this service, what the main features are and what’s in the works.We are shifting Podcast Me Anything over to a podpage, the domain may not be working just yet, but you can check out our live site at https://www.podpage.com/site/podcast-me-anything/
Stepping outside of our box on Podcast Me Anything given everything that is going on in the world today. We believe it is so important to not only recognize the importance of Black Lives Matter, but also advocate and be a true ally for them. In an effort to elevate more voices in the podcasting space, Berry joins me to talk about her site, Podcasts In Color. We talk about how what started as a simple directory has turned into the largest online platform, directory, and community for podcasters of color. Berry candidly speaks about her experience, podcasting lessons she has learned, advice to others who want to get their voice out there, and what changes she’d love to see for the future of podcasts.Three of Berry’s favorite podcasts for anyone who wants to understand and educate themselves about the BLM movement:http://www.teawithqueenandj.com/https://therapyforblackgirls.com/http://thisistheread.com/Links to Berry’s website and Social Media:https://podcastsincolor.com/https://twitter.com/PodcastsInColorInstagram.com/podcastsincolorYou can also use the hashtag #podsincolor to widen your listening experience and find some great new shows and experiences.
We’re speaking with Jalal, CEO of Podkite. The company first came on my radar for their podcast review service. We talk about the formation of the company, the evolution of the offerings, and their newest feature. A recent Podcast Discovery Stats in 2020 report via The Podcast Host, showied that 40% use the search feature to discover new shows. With that in mind, Podkite has developed a way for you to research and understand your search ranking in the Apple podcast directory. With it, you’ll be able to…Track your show for specific keywords.Get insights on who your competition is.Get more listeners with better search ranks.You can check it out and learn more on Podkite’s website. You can also take a look at their Kitelinks which Optimize your marketing campaigns and expenses. Collect email leads.Track the amount of clicks on your links and players across countries and cities.Create fully automated episode links. No more manual copy & paste of player URLs.We created one here.
Creating a podcast requires a great deal of time both for research and production, so websites, despite their importance, are often put on the backburner. While there is a range of platforms to create websites, they either do not have enough functionality or require more expertise than many podcasters may have. Our guest today, Tom, co-founder of PodcastPage.io, joins us to share how the platform tackles some of the website-related problems podcasters find themselves up against. We kick off the show with some insights into PodcastPage. Matthew is currently trying it out and has moved his Causepods page to the platform, and there are affiliate links in the links section. Then, we move onto how PodcastPage helps with SEO and discoverability of podcasts. We round the show off by learning more about some of the upcoming features PodcastPage has in store as well as the different client packages available. Tune in today!Key Points From This Episode:•  Find out what sparked the development of PodcastPage and Tom’s interest in podcasts.•  Learn about the ways PodcastPage allows you to modify your podcast website.•  How PodcastPage has thought about SEO to make podcasts more discoverable.•  The benefits of having all of your podcast content on one platform.•  Current PodcastPage integrations and what’s on the horizon for the company.•  A look at the plans that PodcastPage has available for its customers.Links From Today’s Episode:PodcastPage on TwitterPodcastPage  (Affiliate link)Causepods Podcast Page
Today on the podcast we chat with Eugenio Warglien, the CEO and co-founder of Audry. Audry is a brand new platform that is helping podcasters to connect and collaborate through promo and guest swaps to ultimately help all parties grow their audience. Eugenio shares how they founded the company after identifying the need for podcasters to discover and get connected with others who are also looking for a supportive network. He talks about how shows can benefit from using the content from other podcasts and why cross-promotion is such a powerful strategy. Tuning in, listeners will also learn about the process podcasters go through once they join the platform and how they plan to make money even though the platform is (and likely will remain) free.Key Points From This Episode:•   Why they got into the space of podcast promotion and the value of their content backgrounds.•   How they became interested in solving the issues related to growing through the podcast medium.  •   Digging into the question of how a podcast can use the content of other podcasts to grow.•   Founding Audry to help podcasters discover others who are also interested in collaborating. •   Why cross-promotion is one of the most effective ways for a podcast to grow.•   The steps podcasters go through once they join Audry.•   The two types of partnerships through which Audry members can connect.•   Hear about the free access to the platform and the business model they have in mind.•   The most common partnership challenges that users face on the platform.•   The importance of defining exactly who you are trying to reach with your content.Links From Today’s Episode: Eugenio Warglien on LinkedInAudry
There are a lot of different ways you can make money with podcasting. But today, Aaron Dowd will be giving us some insight on not only what you can do, but also how Podcorn can help. We explore the entire process:·     How to make a great show and grow your audience·     What your monetization options are·     How to find and successfully work with the right sponsor for your show·     What the process is like working with PodcornTry Podcorn: https://podcorn.com/Find Aaron at: @thepodcastdude on Twitter thepodcastdude.com Have questions:Email Aaron at aaron@thepodcastdude.com
I recently launched a client podcast and the one network they had to make sure they got listed on was Breaker. Breaker is not a household name in podcasting, but in the financial services space, there are a growing number of hosts and consumers who love this platform. I quickly reached out to figure out how to get this new show listed on their quickly and got a response from Jacob Tender, Community Manager for the community-built podcast consumption platform. Sure enough they have just launched a new tool to help you submit and claim your show on their platform. You can find it here (https://www.breaker.audio/p/get_started). By the way, if you have a credit on a show, you get notifications if someone comments, likes, etc. But in searching around, I discovered the full suite of things that this platform does differently from the rest. Please enjoy this chat with Jacob where we talk about the Breaker platform, the social aspect of this podcast app, and Breaker Upstream, which makes it easy for content creators to monetize their show. Have more questions, reach out to Jacob Tender, Community Manager at Breaker at jacob@breaker.audio
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Podcast Details

Created by
The Podcast Consultant
Podcast Status
Active
Started
Feb 25th, 2019
Latest Episode
Oct 22nd, 2020
Release Period
Weekly
Episodes
44
Avg. Episode Length
22 minutes
Explicit
Yes
Order
Episodic

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