Podcast Directory Submission
For businesses who want to get started with podcasting, Steeped Content's Directory Submission service is for you. It showcases your podcast on the major streaming platforms.
Podcasting can be a significant avenue of growth for your business, and it’s growing in popularity.
There were 850,000 active podcasts as of January 2020, and more emerge each day.
In the face of ever-increasing competition, speed is an imperative quality. You need to bring your podcast to market fast. Submitting your podcast to the main directories lets you focus on producing content and building your audience, which benefits your business.
Get going today. Buy Steeped Content’s directory submission service now.
- Get your podcast on the major streaming platforms.
- Submit your podcast to:
- Apple Podcasts
- Google Podcasts
Launching a podcast requires directory submission; podcast promotion leverages tactics like audiogram stories and audiogram posts.
- Book a time here to talk with Mackenzie about your unique requirements, and how this service can meet your needs.
- After purchase, Steeped Content will use a questionnaire format to help you efficiently provide the information which ensures the final product is tailored to your particular needs and context.
- Receive your directory submission and review it in a discussion with Steeped Content.
It’s your turn. Try this Podcast Directory Submission service for yourself.
Frequently Asked Questions
Getting podcasts into directories (e.g., Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher) requires submitting your podcast to these directories. Submission involves sharing your RSS feed, generated by your podcasts hosting provider, and other information.
On average, it takes Apple between 24 to 72 hours to approve a new podcast. However, there can be exceptions and on occasion, podcast approval may take significantly longer. If two to three days has passed since submitting your podcast, contact Apple and inquire about the issue.
Starting a podcast requires picking your topic, determining a podcast name, selecting show format, sourcing podcast assets (e.g., intro, outro, cover art), and procuring equipment (e.g., microphone, editing software).
The most common way podcasts make money is with sponsorships (ads that run at least once during the show). Other monetization tactics include affiliate marketing and selling one's products or services; of these two, the former is the easiest, the latter the more profitable.