Putting podcast statistics into perspective – Cyberly

It seems like everyone and their mom have a new podcast on the air these days, so how do you differentiate yourself and stand out on saturated platforms like Spotify and Apple Podcasts? With the trend of podcasting towards a mainstream medium, those who are hesitant to launch a show may be even more nervous about taking the plunge.

In this episode of Cyberly, Blythe Brumleve gives perspective and context around these podcast stats to hopefully encourage you to get started and see the value of your own branded show.

She welcomes Trucking for Millennials podcast experts and hosts Aaron Dunn and Michael Clements to talk about making 100 episodes for their own podcast and how it has helped them in other areas of their business, PDQ. America. Brumleve also takes a look at how metrics aren’t the ultimate solution when it comes to measuring show success.

Kristy Knichel of Knichel Logistics also joins the show to talk about taking over the family business, the power of networking and the importance of mentoring.

You can find more Cyberly episodes and recaps for all of our live podcasts here.

About Elaine Morales

Check Also

Cannes Podcast: Forrester’s Joanna O’Connell on Fraud, Data, Walled Gardens and Networking Again

Subscribe: Apple Podcasts • Stitcher • Spotify This week’s Digiday podcast comes to you live …

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.