On this episode of the Audience podcast, Matt and Stuart share their discussions with Juleyka Lantigua, Sam Sethi, and Skye Pillsbury about centralized and decentralized monetization and podcasting. Take a peek into these fun and informative conversations as they delve into the definitions of indie podcasting, what kind of conversation you should have with advertisers, and the best possible route for different podcasters.
Should we welcome corporate overlords into our podcasts? Should we stay as indie podcasts? What are your goals as a podcaster? Are you looking for an easy path to monetization or are you looking for something else?
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Today you’ll learn about:
- What it means to have centralized vs a decentralized podcast
- Downloads and advertising
- Clear expectations and communication with advertisers
- Interactivity for listeners: looking for the interesting conversation
- Which platform is going to give us the best technology for listener reach, advertising, and monetization
- What does it mean to have a “small” podcast or to be a “small” creator? Who is considered an indie creator?
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Skye Pillsbury Twitter: https://twitter.com/SkyePillsbury?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor
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