You can't avoid change in podcasting. And if you're using a free podcast host, that change -- the company closes up shop or start charging -- it's going to happen to you sooner or later.
Recently, a free podcast hosting company out of Arizona, Zcast, announce their intention to close after four years in the free hosting game.
And while a smart bet might be to pay a lot of money for hosting, that won't protect your podcast perfectly. There isn't a way to be 100% free of worry.
Unless, that is, you concentrate on resilience.
Having a resilient show means you have the processes and procedures in place to quickly (dare I say easily?) recover for the inevitable changes that will impact your show.
In this short episode, I give some concrete examples of how to do that for your own podcast. Change is hard. But resilience helps.
Connect with listeners
Podcasters use the RadioPublic listener relationship platform to build lasting connections with fansYes, let's begin connecting
Find new listeners
Understand your audience
Engage your fanbase