Posts Under: podcasts

You Can Keep Expenses Low and Vary the Length for a Successful Podcast

We know the huge hit that events are taking now. And we encourage everyone to register for next Thursday’s SIPA/AM&P/Connectiv webinar titled Coronavirus and Your Events: How to Make Decisions that Protect Your Business and the Safety of Your Staff, that will include our own Brian Cuthbert from Diversified Communications..

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Starting a Podcast? Here Are Steps to Consider.

When it comes to podcasts, "don't skimp on your own home on your site or content hub," Chris Blose, VP of content for Imagination, told us last year in a session on what it takes to start a podcast. "Build a mobile-optimized podcast page with show notes, speaker bios and links, and relevant resources for listeners."

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Podcasts Must Inform But Don't Forget the Entertainment Quotient

On a recent webinar titled Podcasting for Publishers: How Podcasts Can Deliver Qualified Leads and Bottom-Line Revenue for Minimal Investment, Lynn Freer, president of Spidell Publishing, told about running into a tax accountant listener at one of her events. He kidded her about his wife wondering who that woman with the great voice is who he's conversing with every Sunday morning.

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Advertising Potential and Finding New Talent and Audience Can Be Rewards for Podcasts

According to the findings of a new study from PodcastOne and Edison Research, 60% of super listeners—people who spend at least five hours a week listening to podcasts—view advertisers positively on their favorite podcasts, appreciating the support they offer. Nearly half of respondents, 44%, have a more positive opinion of a company when it is mentioned in a podcast they listen to.

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Doing a Podcast Is Great. Creating Marketing Synergy for It Even Better.

"I feel like [synergy in an organization or company] is overlooked a lot when it comes to marketing podcasts," Blake Althen of podcast-producing company Human Factor told me recently. "At least with organizations I've done work for, the magazine/newsletter department might be doing their thing, the email people might be doing their thing and the events people are doing their thing, but there's not a lot of synergy. And we tried to close that gap and have done it really well.

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Behind B2B’s Best Media Brand: Chief Investment Officer

Long gone are the days when a B2B editor could be a platform specialist. A typical day for today’s b2B journalist runs the gamut from breaking news to in-depth features to data-driven content to webcast to podcast to event programming to awards programs and more, with social media tying in at every turn.  

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