How to Choose the Best Podcast Hosting Site?

Dear future/ up and coming podcasters, with audio content becoming more popular with each passing day thanks to podcasts, many businesses and individuals want to create and run their own podcasts. However, with a lot of podcast hosting sites available for them to choose from, how are they going to pick the best one for their podcast?

So, how can someone choose the best podcast hosting platform for their podcast? To pick the best podcast hosting platform, a person should at least have the answer for the following questions.

  1. What’s your podcasting budget?
  2. How much storage space are you going to need?
  3. How is the bandwidth that your podcast needs?
  4. Do you want to add sponsorships and advertisements in your episodes easily?
  5. Do you plan on integrating your podcast’s episodes into blog posts or have a new WordPress site for them?
  6. Do you want to have access to great analytics?
  7. How many admins do you plan on having?

After I go into details about these questions that are going to help pick the best podcasts hosting platform for your podcast, I am going to talk about the best podcast hosting sites in details then answer some of the frequently asked questions regarding this topic.

How to choose the best podcast hosting platform?

What’s your podcasting budget?

Your podcasting budget depends on many factors. Things like how big your business is and what your plans and goals play a huge role in figuring out what your budget is going to be.

How to Choose the Best Podcast Hosting Site

For example, if you are starting up your podcast for the first time and you are doing it all alone, and you do not have a business, then your budget is more likely to be very limited.

On the other hand, if there is an established business or even an upcoming business than plans on starting a podcast, then factor like how much traffic do they typically get on other platforms is going to affect their budget as well.

Since I am talking about podcast hosting sites today, this is the only angle I am going to tackle. However, if you want to know what else should be thought of and considered while you are figuring out your budget, then make sure you read my How Much Does CreatingA Podcast Cost blog post.

If you are just testing the waters of the podcasting world, then you can use podcast hosting sites that offer free subscriptions. Those tend to be a bit limited, which you will see later on in this blog post, but they are a great way for you to start a podcast on a tight budget.

If you have a small business, then you should consider getting a standard subscription from one of the podcast hosting sites. The monthly fees are considered to be on the cheaper end, so you will be able to have a decent monthly budget for your podcast’s hosting site.

If you have a huge business, then you will have to go for the more expensive subscriptions when it comes to podcast hosting sites. If you want to know why how big your business is matters when it comes to your hosting fees budget, then read the answer to the next question.

How much storage space are you going to need?

First things first, what is storage space?

When you see the phrase “Monthly Space”, this means that we are talking about the number of files that you are allowed to upload per month.

You see why how big your business is affects which podcast hosting site you choose and what sorts of budget you should have.

Typically, the more you pay for one specific podcast hosting site, the bigger your monthly storage space is. Sometimes, it is even unlimited.

How is the bandwidth that your podcast needs?

First things first, what is bandwidth?

When you see the term “Bandwidth”, this means that we are talking about the amount of traffic your podcasts and page receives every month.

Bandwidth is another thing that you should consider before you set your podcasting budget. Usually, the free subscriptions offered by podcast hosting sites are limited. If what is offered matches your podcast’s size an needs, then you are all good.

However, if you are going to get a lot of viewers and download on a monthly basis, then you will have to find the best hosting site and pay for their higher tiers depending on your expected monthly volume.

Do you want to add sponsorships and advertisements in your episodes easily?

If you are just testing the waters of podcasting, this should not be your number one concern.

However, if you are taking your podcast seriously, then you should check out the different monetization feature each podcast hosting platform offers.

Do you plan on integrating your podcast’s episodes into blog posts or have a new WordPress site for them?

Do you want to have a website that is specifically for your podcast? Are you interested in embedding your podcast on your website or share some snippets on social media?

If you answer yes to either, then it is your lucky day because some of the podcast hosting sites I am going to mention today offer these features.

Do you want to have access to great analytics?

Having useful analytics is an essential key to understanding your audience and growing your podcast.

Whether you are looking for basic stats, advanced analytics, or receiving analytic reports, some of the podcast hosting sites I mention today offer some if not all of these features.

How many admins do you plan on having?

Sometimes, having more admins meaning scaling your show more efficiently.

Luckily, there is a podcast hosting site that allows you to have this feature without paying a lot for it. Stay tuned to figure out which podcast hosting platform I am talking about.

What is a podcast hosting site?

A podcast hosting site is a platform that allows you to store and distribute the audio files of your podcast.

These platforms can give you the means of distributing your podcast by providing you with an RSS feed that you can submit to different podcasting directories like Apple Podcasts and Spotify.

How to Choose the Best Podcast Hosting Site

Giving you storage space and generating an RSS Feed for your podcast are not the only things that a podcast hosting site is going to provide you with. Podcast hosting platforms can also give features like web players, scheduling tools, performance analytics, and many other great services.

Some podcast hosting sites make it very easy for you to monetize your episodes by allowing you to insert advertisements anywhere in tour episode. Some hosting platforms give you social sharing feature and automatic podcast distribution options.

Why you need a podcast hosting site?

Having a podcast hosting site for your podcast is very important because it gives your podcast a home where your audio is going to be neatly categorized, stored and easily distributed to many podcasting distributors like Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and Google Podcasts.

This swift act of distributing your podcast to different podcasting platforms is possible thanks to the RSS Feed that the hosting site provides you.

You will have one place to visit to upload your audio and distribute it to many platforms without leaving the hosting site. Not only that, but you are also going to be able to monitor your podcast’s analytics from there as well.

Okay, but what is an RSS Feed?

An RSS Feed is a unique type of a file format that carries all of the information about your podcast. This file format can be read by a lot of different programs, thus enabling all of the required information to be shared and delivered to many programs.

Without an RSS Feed, you would not be able to distribute your podcasts to many different podcasting platforms so easily.

What does the term RSS mean? Is it an acronym?

This term is simply an acronym that stands for Really Simple Syndication. The letter R stands for “Really”, the letter S stands for “Simple”, and the second letter S stands for “Syndication”. 

If you still do not believe that RSS Feed and podcast hosting sites are essential, then let me give you a straightforward example.

Podcast distributors like Spotify and Apple podcasts do not provide storing services. This means that you can not just upload your episodes directly to them. The only way for you to get your podcast on these amazing platforms is by providing them with a valid RSS Feed.

The easiest and most efficient way of obtaining an RSS feed is by putting your podcast on a podcast hosting site like buzzsprout and Libsyn.

What are seven of the best podcast hosting platforms in 2019?

Today, I will be talking about seven of the best podcast hosting platforms in 2019. Four of which have free subscription packages. Out of these four, three have paid membership subscriptions that give you more and better features than the free memberships.

Do not worry, though because I will explain both of their free and paid memberships. This way, you are going to see the big picture and be able to pick the podcast hosting platform that suits your budget, needs, and podcast the best.

After I finish talking about the podcast hosting sites that offer both free and paid memberships, I will move on to discuss three great podcast hosting sites that have no free subscriptions.

You should know though that the first two podcast hosting platforms that are mentioned in the free podcast hosting sites ( which have both free and paid subscriptions) are considered to be two the best podcast hosting platforms in my opinion.

These two platforms are Buzzsprout and PodBean.

Four of the best free podcast hosting sites in 2019

Number one: Buzzprout

How to Choose the Best Podcast Hosting Site - buzzsprout

Buzzsprout’s free podcast hosting plan is one of the best that you can have for your podcast because it is going to provides with more features compared to the other free hosting plans that I am going to discuss in this blog post.

What am I going to get with Buzzsprout’s free plan?

If you end up getting buzzsprout’s free subscription, then you are going to get a total of two hours of upload time, a complete podcasting dashboard, and storage duration of ninety days.

This means that after a podcast episode has been on buzzsprout( if you are using the free plan) for ninety days, it is going to be deleted. If you are just trying to start a podcast and learn about the BTS” behind the scenes” of creating audio content, then buzzsprout’s free plan is the way to go.

Buzzsprout claim that they are the “easiest way to start podcasting” and I totally see why. This hosting site allows you to upload your episodes and add them to all of the significant podcasting directories very easily.

Buzzsprout has three different paid plans that range from twelve to twenty-four dollars (12- 24 $).

If you pay for any of the other plans, you are going to be able to track and observe your podcast’s analytics. Their analytics dashboard is very easy to use. The analytic’s algorithm can estimate the number of listeners you get per episode within your podcast’s first ninety ( 90 ) days.

You are also able to the countries from which your audience is listening to your podcast, which is very cool as it allows you to understand your audience better.

With Buzzsprout, uploading, and scheduling your podcast has never been easier. All you have to do is upload your audio file, write the episode’s title and description, then submit your podcast to all of the significant podcasting directories that you want.

Did you know that you add chapter markers to your episodes as well? It is very easy to do and beneficial to your audience because it helps them understand specific details about your podcast’s episodes by merely glancing at it.

This is not a required feature and won’t even show up on some podcast apps, but it is still a pretty cool feature, in my opinion.

You also get unlimited storage, get to host your episodes indefinitely (they are not going to delete your episodes after ninety days of uploading them), and get custom embedded players.

Yes, you really can embed a podcast player on your website, is not that great? Buzzsprout allows to either feature only one episode on your website, or go all out and embed an entire playlist of your episodes.

You are also going to get a website for your podcast and get a bandwidth of two hundred and fifty GB (250 GB) per month.

A bandwidth of two hundred and fifty GB (250 GB) per month gives you about twenty thousand to forty thousand plays ( 20K – 40K plays per month) depending on the length of your episodes. If you are getting more episode plays than what is mentioned in that range, don not worry.

How to Choose the Best Podcast Hosting Site - buzzsprout

You don’t have to leave this awesome platform. All you have to do is contact Buzzsprout, and they will switch your plan to the Buzzsprout Pro Plan. This plan will cost you seventy-nine dollars (79$ )per month, and it is going to provide you with 1TB of outbound data transfer.

If your podcast is still skyrocketing and your total monthly plays exceed that, then you will be billed an extra of fifteen cents ( 0.15$) per gigabyte.

Speaking of upgrades, you can also upgrade podcast to have 192K stereo optimization, which is going to make your podcast sound better, for an extra fee of six dollars ( 6$ ) per month.

To sum it up

  • With the Free plan: You are going to get two hours (2 hrs) of audio. There might be ads placed on your podcast, and your episodes will be deleted after ninety (90) days.
  • With the $12 per month plan: You are going to get three hours (3 hours) of audio per month. You will have unlimited storage and a bandwidth of two hundred and fifty (250) GB. You can upload more content for an extra fee of four dollars (4$) per hour of content.
  • With the $18 per month plan: You are going to get six hours (6 hrs) of audio per month. You will have unlimited storage and a bandwidth of two hundred and fifty (250) GB. You can upload more content for an extra fee of three dollars (3$) per hour of content.
  • With the $24 per month plan: You are going to get twelve hours (12 hrs) of audio per month. You will have unlimited storage and a bandwidth of two hundred and fifty (250) GB. You can upload more content for an extra fee of two dollars (2$) per hour of content.

Pros of using Buzzsprout

  • It is very easy to use.
  • You will get good customer support.
  • You can easily distribute your podcasts to major directories.

Cons of using Buzzsprout

  • If you use their free plan, the podcast page will lack some options.
  • If you use their free plan, your files will be deleted after ninety days (90 days).

Number two: PodBean

How to Choose the Best Podcast Hosting Site - PodBean

My second favorite podcast hosting platform that offers a free plan is PodBean. With their free plan, you get yo upload five hours ( 5 hrs) of content every month; however, you are only allowed a bandwidth of one hundred GB ( 100 GB) per month.

You will also get some basic statistics about the performance of your podcast, but if you want to see detailed analytics, then you will have to upgrade to the nine dollars (9 dollars) per month tier ( or any of the paid tiers).

With Podbean’s free plan, your podcast is also going to get its own website and embeddable players. Now that you know what you are getting with their free plan, let us talk about Podbean’s paid plans.

Podbean’s paid tiers provide you with unlimited storage space, allow you to distribute your podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play, Amazon Alexa, many other major podcasting platforms. They also offer you 24/7 support.

Their platform hosts many podcasters, and they have more than six billion ( 6 billion) downloads from their platform.

If you want to run your podcast professionally and you want to have the video storage feature as well, then I recommend you get their Unlimited Plus plan because you get unlimited storage space for audio content and it also supports video podcasts.

This is also a great hosting plan because you can monetize your podcasts as well. PodBean’s Unlimited Plus Plan also allows to add sponsorships and advertisements dynamically into your episodes; aka, monetize your podcast.

There is a monetization program called the “Patron Program”, not be confused with Patreon, that allows your listeners to support you on a monthly basis.

How to Choose the Best Podcast Hosting Site - PodBean

This program is only applicable to PodBean’s Unlimited Plus Plan and its Business Plan. The donation process is pretty seamless cause it occurs within the app and through the site’s donation buttons.

Another unique feature the PodBean users get is having a YouTube version of their podcasts getting uploaded automatically to they synced YouTube channel for free.

Finally but not least, you also get reports of your podcast’s analytics, get the automatic posting to Twitter and Facebook feature, and get Podbean’s mobile app that available for both Android and iOS.

To sum it up

  • With the Basic/ Free plan: You are going to get five hours (5 hrs) of audio per month. You are only allowed a bandwidth of one hundred GB ( 100 GB) per month. You won’t be able to monetize your podcast, and you are only going to get basic player themes.
  • With the Unlimited Audio plan: You will pay nine dollars (9 dollars) per month, and you get unlimited audio storage space and unlimited bandwidth. You will be able to start monetizing your podcast through 2 different ad networks. 
  • You will also get access to basic player customization, and you will be able to map the website under your own domain name.
  • With the Unlimited Plus Plan: You will pay twenty-nine dollars (29 dollars) per month, and you get unlimited audio storage space and unlimited bandwidth. With this plan, you are going to get full custom design options for the player.
  • You will also be able to monetize your podcast through all of the four available monetization platforms.
  • With the Business Plan: You will pay ninety-nine dollars (99 dollars) per month, and you get unlimited audio storage space and unlimited bandwidth. 
  • This is an excellent plan for enterprise podcasting, so if you must have multiple admin access, premium bandwidth, and white-label podcasting app, then get this plan.

Pros of using PodBean

  • This hosting site is easy to use
  • You get a free subdomain and website
  • They offer great monetization options
  • They offer affordable plans.

Cons of using PodBean

  • You mostly get basic website functions

Number three: SoundCloud

How to Choose the Best Podcast Hosting Site - SoundCloud

You are probably already familiar with SoundCloud because it is one of the largest music sites in the world, but did you know that it is an audio hosting site as well?

Yes, SoundCloud has been hosting podcasts for almost four years. They get about one hundred and seventy-five million ( 175 million) unique visitors every month.

Fun Fact: Almost twelve hours (12 hours) of content is uploaded to SoundCloud per minute.

By using Soundcloud as your podcast’s hosting platform, you are going to three hours of content every month and very basic analytic reports.

You also get access to their embedded players, have timed comments, and have Twitter cards.

The SoundCloud Pro Unlimited plan gives you unlimited upload time, the ability to pin five ( 5) podcasts to your profile page, schedule your podcast’s release date and time, embedded controls, as well as Twitter cards.

If you pay for the SoundCloud Pro Unlimited plan annually, you will pay twelve dollars ( 12 dollars) per month instead of sixteen dollars ( 16 dollars) per month.

To sum it up

  • With the SoundCloud Basic Plan: You get three hours ( 3 hrs) of upload time, embedding options, and basic statistics.
  • With the SoundCloud Pro Plan: You pay about six dollars ($6) per month. You get six hours ( 6 hrs) of upload time, full embed controls, the spotlight features, etc.
  • With the SoundCloud Pro Unlimited: You pay about ten dollars ($10 ) per month. You get unlimited audio play, full embed controls, the spotlight features, and the ability to schedule your episodes, etc. 
How to Choose the Best Podcast Hosting Site - SoundCloud

Pros of using SoundCloud

  • You get to be a part of a community that receives a lot of traffic.
  • You get affordable podcast hosting plans.

Cons of using SoundCloud

  • You get limited statistics

Number four: Anchor

Anchor FM

This is a different kind of free; you will soon understand what I mean.

Anchor is a podcast hosting platform that allows you to host, record, edit, publish, and distribute your podcast for to different podcasting platforms like Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, and Spotify.

Note that Anchor lets you submit your podcast to Apple Podcasts through their own Apple ID, which means that you won’t have access to seeing your podcast’s analytics and stats on Apple Podcasts.

However, some people claim that they were able to move their podcast from Anchor’s Apple ID to their own Apple ID by contacting Anchor.

So if you really want to use this podcast hosting platform but have access to the statistics of your podcast on Apple podcasts, then make sure you contact them first to make sure that this is possible.

What makes Anchor shine when it comes to podcasting platforms is its simplicity. Oh, and it is one hundred percent free.

People love having access to free things; however, people should educate themselves about the hidden price of free services.

When you are not paying for the services that you are receiving, especially when they are very important services that seem to be quite extensive, then know that this company that you’re using will be profiting off of you.

*Coughs* Facebook’s privacy scandal and excessive targeted advertisements *Coughs*

Another downside is that you do not own your podcast in the sense of Anchor could restrict or delete your episodes without your permission.

I honestly do like the Anchor App a lot and believe that it is a great podcasting platform for those who want to test the waters of podcasting and learn about the wondrous world of audio content.

To sum it up

In a nutshell, if you want to test the waters of running a podcast, then give Anchor App a go because it is going to make your podcasting journey super easy. Also, you will be able to distribute your podcast on many big podcasting platforms like Apple Podcasts and Google Podcasts with one click.

However, once you feel like pursuing your podcasting career or passion seriously, then I recommend that you get your podcast hosted on of the other podcasting platforms mentioned in this blog post. Also, make sure that you go for a paid plan instead of the free tiers.

Three of the best podcast hosting sites in 2019 that have no free subscriptions

Number one: Simplecast

How to Choose the Best Podcast Hosting Site - SimpleCast

Simplecast is a podcast hosting site that has a lot of the biggest names and brands in podcasting like HBO, Nike, Kickstarter, Facebook, Shopify, and Harvard University.

They provide you with industry-leading publishing, analytics, distribution, and sharing tools. They provide podcasters of all shapes and sizes with tools that mega brands use for their podcasts. I feel like this is the closest thing to equality that we are going to get from podcast hosting platforms.

“From your first listener to your first million, Simplecast provides powerful tools needed to manage, distribute, share, and grow your podcast.”– simplecast.com

No matter what stage of podcasting a podcaster is at, Simplecast is going to provide them with powerful podcasting tools like advanced analytics tools, one-click publishing, unlimited storage space an uploads, and show-themed websites.

How to Choose the Best Podcast Hosting Site- SimpleCast

My favorite Simplecast feature is their Recast tool. This is a fantastic tool that allows you to schedule and share specific clips of your podcast on social media. One podcast that implements this is The Pilot Podcast (this is a link to their Instagram).

PS: What are your thoughts on The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina? I am a huge fan of the original show, but I am loving the darker storyline of this reboot. Can’t wait for season 3 to be out!

Another great feature you get is the ability to collaborate with other podcast managers in one account.

The Basic plan costs fifteen dollars ($ 15 ), the Essential plan costs thirty-five dollars ( $35 ), and the Growth plan costs eighty-five dollars ( $85 ).

Number two: Libsyn

Libsyn

Libsyn is considered to be one of the original podcast hosting sites that launched in two thousand and four ( 2004). So it should not come as a surprise that they are one of the most popular hosting sites that both novice and professional podcasters are using.

Libsyn allows both of the novice and professional podcasters to make revenue off of their work quickly. So, they are definitely considered to be one of the most prominent players in the hosting space.

Similar to other podcast hosting sites, Libsyn provides its users with a range of fifty and three thousand megabytes ( 50- 1500 MB) of storage per month.

Libsyn provides its users with analytics reports, premium content, as well as their app.

To sum it up

  • With the Libsyn Classic 50 plan: You will pay $5 per month. You will get 50 MB of audio storage monthly. You will also get an HTML5 player and a podcast page. If you want to have basic statistics, then you will have to pay an extra fee of $2 every month.
  • With the Libsyn Classic 250 plan: You will pay $15 per month. You will get 250 MB of audio storage monthly. You will also get an HTML5 player, podcast page, and basic stats.
  • With the Libsyn Advanced 400 Plan: You will pay $20 per month. You will get 400 MB of audio storage monthly. You will also get an HTML5 player, podcast page, and advanced statistics. For an extra fee of $10 per month, you can get an additional 200 MB in storage space, and the custom app.
  • With the Libsyn Advanced 800 Plan: You will pay $40 per month for 800 MB of storage space per month. You will also get an HTML5 player, podcast page, advanced statistics, and get the audio transcoding features.
  • With the Libsyn Advanced 1500 plan: You will pay $75 per month for 1500 MB of storage space every month plus monetization and advanced tools perks.
  • With the Libsyn Advanced 3000 plan: You will pay $150 for 3000 MB of storage space every month plus monetization and advanced tools perks.

Number three: Captivate

Captivate

Captivate is a podcast hosting platform that is focused on helping podcasters grow their audience. In their own words, they are ‘the only growth-oriented podcast host.’ To be fair, they do have great built-in features that live up to what they are claiming to be.

They allow you to have unlimited team members, which can help you scale your podcast and they provide you with the call to action buttons that are built into the player.

This podcast hosting site is committed to providing its users with even more productivity and growth tools, so I am only excited to see what they offer their users next.

How Much Does it Cost?

The pricing on this platform depends on the number of podcast downloads you get every month. You able to host as many shows as you want with the same account, and only pay according to the total number of accumulated downloads.

To sum it up

  • You will pay $19 per month to get a bandwidth of 10,000 downloads per month.
  • You will pay $49 per month to get a bandwidth of 50,000 downloads per month.
  • You will pay $99 per month to get a bandwidth of 120,000 downloads per month.

Other questions related to how to choose the best podcast hosting platform?

What is the difference between a podcast hosting’s Bandwidth and Monthly Space?

When you see the term “Bandwidth”, this means that we are talking about the amount of traffic your podcasts and page receives monthly. When you see the phrase “Monthly Space”, this means that we are talking about the number of files that you are allowed to upload per month.

What are the downsides of using the Anchor App?

When you are not paying money in exchange for the services that you are receiving, especially when these services are quite extensive and unlimited, then know that this company you are using is going to somehow make money off of you. Another downside is that you do not own your podcast in the sense of Anchor could restrict or delete your episodes without your permission. 

Is Anchor a great podcasting platform? Yes. Should you beware of the hefty price tag of services that are “free”? Also yes.

What is an RSS Feed?

An RSS Feed is a unique type of a file format that carries all of the information about your podcast. This file format can be read by a lot of different programs, thus enabling all of the required information to be shared and delivered to many programs. 

Without an RSS Feed, you would not be able to distribute your podcasts to many different podcasting platforms so easily.

What does RSS stand for?

This term is simply an acronym that stands for Really Simple Syndication. The letter R stands for “Really”, the letter S stands for “Simple”, and the second letter S stands for “Syndication”. 

Does A Podcast Need An RSS Feed?

Your podcast definitely needs an RSS Feed in order to have a file format that carries all of the important information of your show. Usually, your podcast’s RSS Feed is provided to you by your podcast’s hosting platform. RSS Feeds are the reason why distributing your podcast on a lot of podcasting platforms like Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, and Spotify is easy.

If you are interested in learning more about your podcast needs an RSS Fedd, then check out yo my Does A Podcast Need An RSS Feed blog post.

Can my podcast appear in Google’s search results?

Yes, your podcast can now appear on the first page of Google’s search results. Thankfully, Google is now making audio content a first-class citizen on Google’s search results page. If you google a podcast’s name, you will get a podcasts banner with some episodes that you can listen to on Google’ search engine thanks to Google Podcasts.

If you want to learn more about why and how your podcast can be featured on the first page of Google’s search results, then check out my Can My Podcast Appear in Google’s Search Results blog post.

How to Publish A Podcast on Spotify?

If you want to manually submit your podcast to Spotify, search for “Spotify for Podcasters”. Open the site and create a new Spotify account or simply login. Next, you are going to click on the “Get Started” button that you will find on the “Add your Podcast” page. Then, read the terms and conditions and sign with your legal name. Then, you will paste your podcast’s RSS feed and click “Next”.

If you are interested in learning more about you can do this by reading an easy step by step guide, then make sure you check out my How to Publish A Podcast on Spotify blog post.

That’s it for today’s post. You should now be able to figure out which podcast hosting site is best for your podcast.

If you have any questions regarding this topic or if you need help with picking the best podcast hosting site for your podcast, then feel free to email me at podcastingdiaries@gmail.com.

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Till next time,

Ayah

Ayah Assem

I am a creator and a consumer of many forms of artistic content. With podcasting leaving its mark and declaring its significance in the current content world, I have decided to learn everything related to how to create a podcast. Who knows, maybe in the near future I will start uploading and sharing my creative work in the audio format. Join me on my journey of understanding the podcasting world, as I will be sharing with you all of the information that I am going to learn. Feel free to share with me your podcasting journey at podcastingdiaries@gmail.com and keep an eye on all of the music, books, podcasts, movies, tv shows, and YouTube channels that I always reference.

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