How to get the most out of your podcast, with Recode’s Get Together Letter: How to Get the Most Out of Your Podcast
The podcasting industry is a $4 trillion industry, and there’s a lot of data to consider.
How do we know what our listeners want, and what our subscribers want?
And how can we make those recommendations relevant to our audience?
The Recode team took on that challenge with the podcasting blog The Recode Report, and their podcast podcast Get Together.
We spoke with the team to learn about their process and their insights into the podcast podcasting business.
The podcasting market has changed over the last few years.
The average podcasting audience has grown from 2.2 million to 5.4 million listeners, and in 2017, the median number of subscribers grew from 8,000 to 17,000.
While podcasts have exploded in popularity, they’ve also had to adapt to the ever-changing digital landscape.
For podcast listeners, podcasts are increasingly a way to express themselves, but they also have to contend with the realities of the digital age.
In 2017, most of the people who listen to podcasts are older adults who are looking for a new way to spend time with family, friends and loved ones.
They’re looking for something a bit more social and casual than the standard podcasts, but podcasts can also appeal to a broader audience.
In 2017, more than 2 million people were signed up to podcast subscriptions, up from 1.6 million in 2017.
But the biggest driver of podcast subscriptions is still the number of podcasts being produced, according to The Recoded’s research.
Podcasts are becoming more popular because of the increasing popularity of digital content.
They have the potential to generate billions of dollars in revenue, according a 2017 study by the non-profit Digital Content Marketing Association.
The growth in podcasting is a testament to how powerful podcasting can be, but the reality is that it is not for everyone.
If you don’t like listening to podcasts, or you’re not interested in finding a way into a podcasting community, you may want to check out a different podcasting source.