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How To Monetize A Podcast The Right Way #2111
May 30, 2022

In episode #2111, we share how to monetize a podcast the right way! There are many avenues for making money from a podcast that you can explore. In this episode we share a few of them, including advertising, selling your own services, and building a brand. Tune in to hear more.

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  • [00:24] Today’s topic: How To Monetize A Podcast The Right Way.
  • [00:26] The time and energy we have spent building the Marketing School podcast!
  • [01:01] The usefulness and ease of finding advertising for a podcast.
  • [01:38] Using a podcast as a way to sell your own products and services.
  • [02:36] Why we do not recommend affiliate marketing from the start.
  • [03:06] Looking at the example of HubSpot and the route they have taken.
  • [03:46] That is it for today!
  • [03:50] Go to https://www.marketingschool.io/live to learn more about our next event!
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