Make a great first impression: a welcoming first experience with your podcast helps turn curious visitors into new listeners
The podcast 70 Million addresses criminal justice reform head-on through on-the-ground reporting from communities that are finding solutions. We caught up with 70 Million’s publicity and audio marketing specialist Kate Krosschell to learn more about the development and distribution of the show as the team launched the second season in July 2019.
Today, we’re speaking with Lisa, one of the cohosts of The Ladies of Lithgow. Need a giggle or a distraction? The Ladies can offer laughs, friendship, wine time, stories (mostly true), and anecdotes about royals, cults & growing up in the 80s and 90s. The podcast launched in November 2018 and is based in Australia.
Today, we’re speaking with Jon and Joe, the hosts of Dynamic Duel. Twin brothers Jon and Joe review superhero films and find out who would win in Marvel vs DC fights using stat-based simulations. The podcast launched in January 2016 and is based in the United States.
Today, we’re speaking with Alex C. Telander, the creator of The Ostium Podcast. Ostium is a secret town where there are many doors that lead to different places in time and space. The podcast launched January 2017 and is based in Cotati, California.
#FYEMEUP ATL: a collection of indie music from the perspective of a DJ in the Metro Atlanta area. The podcast launched in August and is based in Atlanta, Georgia.
Your podcast speaks to many listeners at once while connecting immediately with an individual. Turns out, so does an email newsletter. You send an update, and poof, it arrives as a personal message right into the inboxes of your audience. Sounds a little like a podcast delivery, doesn’t it?