Just a few weeks ago, we announced Podapalooza, a podcast festival for COVID relief. Podapalooza launched last weekend in partnership with 100+ podcasters show showcased their work for the event. We're proud to announce that we collectively raised over $21,000.
For the last three weeks, our team at Glow has been cooking up a project alongside some friends in the podcasting community and a nonprofit called GiveDirectly. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, we wanted to find a way to make a positive contribution in the context of something we all love, podcasts.
A thoughtful, fun way to engage your audience in the era of self-quarantine is a virtual happy hour. Here's the to-do list for organizing and hosting your virtual happy hour with less than 24 hours notice.
Data-driven insights on the questions that podcasters are constantly wondering when building membership programs: how much can I make, how much should I charge, and how do I grow my membership?
Building out a membership for your podcast listeners? Here are 28 ideas to spark inspiration.
This is chapter four of Glow’s Membership Launch Playbook, a four-part guide that covers brainstorming, building, launching, and growing a podcast membership.
This is chapter three of Glow’s Membership Launch Playbook, a four-part guide that covers brainstorming, building, launching, and growing a podcast membership.
You have an awesome idea of what your biggest fans will pay for. Now, let’s take this idea and design a membership program.
This is chapter one of Glow’s Membership Launch Playbook, a four-part guide that covers brainstorming, creating, launching, and growing a podcast membership. To stay updated on the rest of the guide, subscribe here.
Most measurements of the size of the podcast industry only take into account ad spend, but podcasts are earning an increasingly significant share of their revenue from non-advertising related sources.
So far, Podcast Movement 2019 was full of industry insight and awesome podcasts. Here are some of the most important takeaways: