Are you looking to expand your podcast’s reach?
It’s time to start live streaming.
Live streaming your podcast is a great way to give yourself an advantage over other shows in your niche. It’s a great way to give people a sense of community and build loyalty. It builds trust, which leads to better relationships. And if done correctly, it can be a huge source of revenue for your podcast.
But how do you live stream your show? What tools should you use, and what strategies should you implement?
The world of podcasting has changed.
The world of online media has changed – and it is shifting (in a significant way) toward video.
People are watching more videos, more often than ever before. Video content is truly the king of entertainment on smartphones, tablets, laptops, and even their wall-mounted televisions.
Are you thinking about starting a podcast for your brand? Now is the time.
Podcasts are great for marketing teams because they can target the customers you want most. Your team can create content calendars, invite guests, and generate topics that speak to the pain points of your target customers.
Plus, with on-demand access, you’ll create evergreen content that helps with SEO and generates leads for years. Let’s take a look at some of the ways a podcast can help your team develop results and reach your marketing goals.
Unlike other forms of entertainment media, the podcasting realm maintains a low barrier of entry. Anyone – with adequate equipment and an interesting-enough topic – can produce content and launch a show. There are podcast shows on every topic, from finance to psychology, business strategies to just about any “ology.”
But starting a podcast is not easy, and it can be overwhelming to know where to begin. With the right tools and the right knowledge, however, it is possible to find space for your voice. Below are five things you need to know before starting your own podcast.
Podcasting has been around for years.
In fact, the first time the format appeared was way back in 2004. That makes it – as far as technology is concerned – ancient.
But it’s only in the last few years that podcasts have become somewhat ubiquitous.