I’ve been doing my bit to promote my podcast, but I still feel like I’m a little lost in the advertising industry.
For some reason, every time I try to launch an ad on my podcast that has no ads, I’m immediately confronted with a blank page.
I think this is because advertisers don’t seem to know what they’re doing.
They’re looking for a new, unique way to sell ads to podcast listeners.
If they’re going to try something new, they might as well try it right now.
So what can you do?
The first thing you need to know about ad placement on podcasts is that they’re on a platform where they can easily be viewed by anyone.
In fact, in the last week or so, I’ve started receiving requests from advertisers for ad placements for my podcasts.
I was skeptical at first, because I thought, “Oh my God, I’ll never be able to get an ad spot on my podcasts.”
But I’ve found a lot of great success with ads for my podcast.
I’ve seen some of the best results from advertisers that have worked with me in the past.
I don’t want to let anyone down.
If you have a podcast and you think you could use a bit of help, I would love to talk to you.
I’ll be happy to talk you through the steps that you can take to get the best placement for your podcast.
First, be aware of your ad placement requirements.
If there are any ads you’d like to see placed on your podcast, you can always contact me.
But, if you need help deciding which ads to put, this podcast is here to help.
If, however, you’re a podcast creator or podcast advertiser, this is the perfect podcast to start.
The Ad Guidelines: The Ad Guide is a free guide to understanding the rules that apply to podcast advertising.
There are over 500 pages of tips and tricks, including: How to use the Ad Guide to make better, more effective ads that are effective at driving audience engagement.
How to set up your podcast as a targeted podcast advertisment.
How much advertising is too much for your podcasts?
How to find out what your audience wants.
What is the best ad format for podcast advertising?
How do podcasts reach their audience?
Why do some podcasts get better results than others?
What are the most effective ways to sell your podcast to advertisers?
What happens if your podcast gets cancelled or you have to move on?
The Ad Guides is designed to help podcast advertisers understand what’s best for their podcasts and to get you started.
And, if there are questions or concerns, I am always happy to help you.
Here’s how you can get started: Find out what the ad guidelines are for your business.
There is a great podcast guide to help make sure you know the rules.
If your business doesn’t have an ad guide, the podcast advertising rules are the same as those for the general podcasting community.
If I haven’t already said it, I recommend reading this great podcast episode that explains what’s legal and what’s not.
Check out my ad guide to find the rules for the podcast ads you can put on your podcasts.
This podcast is not a substitute for the Ad Guides.
If this podcast sounds interesting to you, I’d love to hear from you.
If not, I invite you to reach out to me through my email or Twitter (@pennedietz).
This podcast has been produced by the Pennedetz Podcast Network, a podcast ad network.
It’s run by me, Laura Witt, and I am also a member of the podcast industry.
I have a great deal of respect for podcasts and I don.t want them to be a substitute.
So, if your business has a podcast or podcast ads, you may want to consider hiring me.
I also work with many other podcast companies and have a strong interest in helping them build and grow their podcast advertising businesses.
In this podcast, I have no conflicts of interest.