It’s been another exciting month at Sport Social with plenty of new incomings and records hit. In this months update we cover how to deliver the perfect Host-Read Ads and improve your podcast’s discoverability, plus a very familiar name in the world of football joins the Sport Social Podcast Network.
Three Tips to Deliver the Perfect Host-Read Ad
Host Read Adverts (sometimes called Live Reads) are the lifeblood of podcast advertising.
Delivering quality reads can not only be great for advertisers wishing to work with your show but also means a better experience for your listeners.
If you want some tips on how to make the best of these opportunities then check out this 3-point guide over on the Sport Social Podcast Network Website.
How to improve the Discoverability of your Podcast
In a sea of podcasts growing by the day and searching for listener, we all know that podcast discovery is tough.
One of the most powerful tools in your armoury is also one of the simplest… your episode podcast titles. For some top tips on how to help your podcast discoverability (and listenability) check out this brilliant blog from Rachel Corbet.
Safe Hands joins the team!
We are delighted to announce that the “Seaman Says” podcast – hosted by legendary Arsenal and England goalkeepers David Seaman- is joining the Sport Social Podcast Network!
It’s the iconic goalkeeper as you never heard him before, as Seaman reminisces and looks to the season ahead with former teammates such as Martin Keown and Ian Wright – and opponents as he’s joined by legendary goalkeeper Peter Schmeichel and John Barnes.
Who are ‘The Creators’?
In June this year podcast pioneers Sounds Profitable teams up with Edison research to conduct the first-ever large-scale survey of the people who make podcasts… called The Creators.
In the latest episode of Voiceworks: Sound Business – hosted by Head of Sport Social Jim Salveson – we hear from Sound Profitable’s Tom Webster who provided some great insight into not only what the data revealed, but what opportunities it presents.