Visualising your podcast audience
“What would you do if you had 50 people come see you speak live in a room? Imagine you’re lucky enough to lead a panel at Podcast Movement in front of 500 people. What if 5000 people came. What kind of prep would you do?” Steven Goldstein writes about visualising a podcast audience. It’s hard to build an audience, he says - it’s easier to lose them.
Music from Crosby, Stills and Nash has returned to Spotify. The band removed their music earlier this year because of Joe Rogan.
The Bugle, audio newspaper for a visual world, is to celebrate its fifteenth anniversary later this year with four live shows across the UK and Ireland.
Podcast host Transistor has increased the number of monthly downloads that customers get on each plan. The company has also got Spotify passthrough, for better playback data.
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Alby, a browser extension for cryptocurrency, has added its own podcaster wallet. The service allows you to earn from your listeners as they listen. The company has written a full guide to enabling your podcast.
We have added direct links to Anytime Player and Podvine in our podcast pages (here’s Podland for an example). These new links appear in all newly-generated pages. They use a variant of
?feed=. You’ll also see links into Global Player where they exist.
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Hintech launches a search engine and monitoring toolPaid content
The number of shows has more than doubled in the last two years, so it can be hard to find shows to talk to - as well as see consumption details and get the right contacts.
Hintech has launched a new tool to help: a search engine for marketers to find which podcasters cover specific topics, with details about how many listeners they have, their marketing potential, ratings and comments. The tool contains contact information and everything you need to find the right podcast.
Learn more, and sign up for the waiting list, at hintech.ai
Podcast ads in the wild
Kayla Moriarty shows off the fancy display outside Headgum’s offices in Los Angeles. Of note - the use of Spotify’s own QR-like code, which you can scan within the Spotify app. Here’s how to get yours. Advertising for podcasts help grow the whole medium - so if you’ve spotted any (or responsible for some), just hit reply and send us a nice picture.
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