The podcast industry keeps growing faster and faster every day. The statistics show that there will be a 27% increase in podcast production, equivalent to 29 million episodes, in 2021. So if you’re thinking of, or already have started a podcast, you have made the right decision! However to have a successful show that brings in consistent income and captivates your audience you’ll need to learn as much about the industry as you possibly can. To do that you can find tons of written or video material, but there are also many great podcasts that not only can help you learn about the industry, but also share their personal experience about starting a podcast. In this blog you’ll find our top ten podcast shows about podcasting.
Podcraft is a podcast show about making, growing and monetizing podcasts produced by The Podcast Host. It discusses the full range of podcasting skills and teaches you all about podcasting equipment, techniques, editing, promotion, planning, monetisation and more… During the show many guests from popular podcasts are invited over to discuss certain topics related to podcasts. So if you’re interested in the market and the techniques you could use, you should definitely look this show up and start listening!
The Feed is Libsyn’s official podcast and another great show to help you learn about different fields of podcasting. This show discusses all the things you need to know before or as you’re hosting your podcast show. It talks about the podcast strategy, tips, media hosting, promotion and tools. What’s good about this podcast is that it takes you through a lot of detailed topics instead of their summaries, so when you press listen on one of the episodes you can already know what exactly to expect based on the title.
The podcast Report
The podcast report is a show hosted by Paul Colligan, an author of books like “How to podcast” and “Podcast strategies”. He shares his understanding of what’s working and what’s not in the podcast industry these days. The episodes share detailed information and facts on topics like the Podcast Industry, Podcast Monetization, Podcast SEO, Podcast Growth, Podcast Audiences, Podcast Charting Strategies, Multicast Marketing, Video Podcasting, How To Make Money With Your Podcast.
In this podcast Sarah Mikutel takes you through the entire process of podcasting and shares valuable tips on how to make your podcast a success. She also makes sure that the show is not just about plain facts and tips, but is also full of motivation and humor that will get you inspired to work hard towards your goals in the podcasting field. In a way this podcast sets you free from all the research you need to do in order to host a great show, because in this show Sarah Mikutel shares her experience on what’s worked for her and gives actionable advice on podcasting.
Build A Big Podcast
As the title suggests the show tells you all about how to build a big and successful podcast and attract new listeners. The podcast is produced by David Hooper and it talks about how to grow your podcast audience, better connect with listeners, and spread your message through podcasting.
Carey Green’s podcast “Podcastification” explores podcasting with all its challenges and triumphs in a very fun and original way. Most of the podcast’s episodes are short, but informative. Some of them are interviews, some are stories about podcasting, some just share tips and advice on podcasting, production and editing. If you’re looking for a , but informative way to find out more about the market of podcasting, you should definitely give this a try.
She Podcasts is a show hosted by Elsie Escobar and Jessica Kurpferman for women who want to learn about podcasting from women. The podcast so far has been very successful and has gathered over 10k female podcasters together. The episodes of this show are insightful, relatable and very informative. They’re also packed with humor, support and tips. News, tech gadgets, relationship management, interview best practices, show notes and other topics are covered in this show.
The show “Inside Podcasting” is hosted by Kelly Shricker, who shares advice and behind-the-scenes stories from her experience while hosting a podcast show.
Podcasts We Listen To
Podcasts We Listen To, by Jeremy Collins is not as much about tips and advice on how to make a great podcast, but more about conversations with people who already host a well-known podcast. Every week Jeremy Collins sits down for a chat with different hosts from different shows, who talk about their experience in the podcasting field.
The Podcasters’ roundtable is also not about the how-to’s, but rather about the challenges and issues podcasters face every day. The show is hosted by Ray Ortega, Dave Jackson and Daniel J. Lewis and in this show the three of them invite different podcasters from the podcast community and talk about the problems and their solutions in the podcasting field. The episodes are packed with information and insights that leave you inspired and encouraged.
So these are our top 10 podcast shows about podcasting. Whether you’re just about to begin your journey in hosting a show or you’re already an expert that’s just looking for more valuable information, these ten podcasts will surely be useful and handy when in need of inspiration, encouragement, advice and preparation. Because in the end no one can give you better advice than those who have gone down the same path as you.