Are you building or maintaining a podcast website for you or one of your clients? With more than a million shows and 30 million episodes, podcasts have become a favorite for content consumers. If you haven’t built a podcast website yet, you’re bound to at some point.
Unlike Apple Podcasts where the show sits among thousands, or on Facebook where content is subject to the whims of an algorithm, a podcast website is the only platform you or your client own 100%. No rules, restrictions, or limitations. It’s a central place where you or your client can say anything you want to listeners and potential listeners.
Furthermore, a podcast website is a place where collaborators, potential guests, reviewers, advertisers, and the media learn more about the show and its host. Having a professional and accessible platform makes the whole operation appear legitimate. When a new podcaster asks us how to start a podcast, we always recommend starting a website.
A great podcast website doesn’t have to be fancy or expensive, but it needs a few critical elements to be effective. In this article, we’re going to cover ten best practices to improve a podcast website.
10 best practices to