How to release your own podcast FREE and get it on Spotify, Apple, Google + more

Podcasts are catching up with music streaming as people tune in to new shows around the world every day. It’s the perfect time to get your podcast running and out there online.

According to Forbes, podcasting has grown 300% since 2006 – and it was already popular then! 73 million Americans listen to podcasts every month, and then there are all the people outside America tuning in to podcasts they love and discovering great new ones.

More and more serivces are picking up on it, like Spotify who have taken a deep dive into making their podcast platform the best it can be for listeners and creators alike. It’s a great time to launch your podcast.

Whether you’re an artist wanting to expand your brand, you’re a group of people who want to share your discussions, or you have something to say and want people to hear it – podcasts are a great way to get your voice heard.

There are a few different ways of getting your podcasts up online, a great one is Anchor which Spotify recommends. With Anchor you have unlimited free hosting for your podcasts and you can monetize them to make money from brands that match your shows.

What makes Anchor really great is that after hosting your podcast for free you can distribute in to Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts and more with one-click. This allows you to easily get your podcast out there on all the top platforms in front of people around the world.

If you’re looking to get your podcasts heard then there’s nothing stopping you!

Head of Social Media and Marketing, RouteNote

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