Google Podcasts creator program bootcamp starts; and monetisation tips
February 11, 2019 · 1.6 minutes to read
The Bootcamp for the Google Podcasts creator program has kicked off. The participants are, for twenty weeks, working on answering a fundamental question: “What unique need can we identify, and how can we use our podcast to meet that need in a meaningful way?”
“I made US$23,000 from my podcast in 2018”, says a podcast producer, who gives plenty of tips learnt along the way.
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Listen to the tcr! diaries — It's all true. Sometimes I'm serious. Sometimes I'm not. The episodes are short because I do what I want.
Our podcast pages have had a tweak: we now list Podchaser Creators like Answer Me This's Helen (Zaltzman) and Olly (Mann). We also show sparklines for the podcast chart information we list from Chartable, so you’ve a sense of whether a podcast is growing or falling. (Got data about podcasts? We’d love to integrate it).
This edition of Shareable Podcast features Edison Research’s Tom Webster, known by many as the host of Infinite Dial and a great public speaker. He’s interviewed in a show entitled 'Inside the World of Data-Driven Marketing’.
- You can sign up for the Infinite Dial 2019 webcast reveal for free - it’s on March 6th.
Is discoverability an issue in podcasting? Yes, writes Dan LeFebvre.
- Steven Goldstein: “this is the first full vertical integration in podcasting”
- MG Siegler, who is General Partner at Google Ventures, the investment arm of Google (and properly known as GV these days), writes about the Anchor deal. GV invested in Anchor; Siegler also personally invested in Gimlet.
A programming note
Last week was quite mentally exhausting, what with the GimAnchify news, and a set of big news stories breaking in my other business world; although at least I wasn’t on holiday. My email inbox is a swamp of unread urgent email as a result; I hope to tackle it tomorrow.
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