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Podcast networks are a collection of shows connected by a theme or genre, that help monetize podcasts by selling adverts and connecting podcasters with sponsors. Networks also provide a one-stop-shop for podcasters who are looking to work with other podcast hosts and shows.
As a podcaster, you are not required to have a website. You don’t need a website to host and publish the podcast. However, having a website helps a ton with marketing and makes it easier for your audience to engage with you. If you can’t decide whether to create a website or not, here are a few reasons why you should consider creating one for your podcast.
Currently, there are over 500,000 podcasts online with some specially dedicated to interviews. There are two main ways podcast interviews are conducted, remote interviews are done using recording apps such as Skype, Zoom, and Zencastr while microphones and digital recorders are used in face-to-face interviews.
Zoom is an American based telecommunications company providing a platform for group audio and video conferences. It was developed by Eric Yuan in 2011 and launched in 2013. Zoom’s market shares have soared this year and is currently valued at USD 29 billion in total.
Podcast monetisation is the process of generating revenue from a podcast. There are two main distinctions in how podcasts make money, Direct and Indirect monetisation.Currently the most popular method is direct monetisation. As a pod-caster you can choose which method or methods you would like to use make a profit from your podcast.