How much do podcast networks make?
In most networks, the podcaster gets 70% of the ad revenue. The network takes 30%. Podcast networks usually use the CPM model of podcast advertising, which pays a flat rate per 1,000 impressions. Ads are typically placed at three different points within the episode.
How much money does it take to start a podcast?
Generally speaking though, you can expect to pay $200-$500 for a good quality podcast. On the extreme ends, you can start a decent podcast for around $100 and for the best of the best, most professional podcast possible, you can expect to dish out around $5,000.
What are the benefits of joining a podcast network?
For an independent show, a network can (1) provide advertisers, even if the show’s individual numbers would not otherwise merit advertiser interest; (2) offer the benefit of the network’s brand identity, which can allow a show to stand out to consumers; and (3) promote the show across other shows in the network.
How do I get my podcast picked up?
Here’s a quick recap:
- Build an email list or outreach list before your podcast launches.
- Record 3-5 podcast episodes before you launch.
- Pick a launch date.
- Create assets like images, clips, and shareable quotes.
- Launch day!
- Message your list to ask them to listen and review.
- Keep publishing new episodes consistently.
How do you watch podcasts?
On your Android phone
If you have an Android phone you can use the Google podcasts app. Search “Google podcasts” in the play store app or click this link on your phone to open it in the store.
David Nilsen is the former editor of Fourth & Sycamore. He is a member of the National Book Critics Circle. You can find more of his writing on his website at davidnilsenwriter.com and follow him on Twitter as @NilsenDavid.