A Few Thoughts On The New Apple Podcast Pages And What They Might Mean To Podcasters
I don't have a full strategy yet for the new Apple Podcast pages, but I'm intrigued.
Here's the link to Apple's Podcast Page for this episode - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/few-thoughts-on-new-apple-podcast-pages-what-they-might/id891941982?i=1000435105898
Now that Apple has produced both individual Podcast Pages with play buttons (see the one for the Podcast Report here - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-podcast-report/id891941982?mt=2 ) as well as individual episode pages (see an example here - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/can-you-be-a-guest-on-my-podcast/id891941982?i=1000434558789 ), the question of "where do I send my Podcast audience isn't as clear as it used to be.
This isn't the all in one page as is offered by Podnews.net (here's there page for The Podcast Report - https://podnews.net/podcast/891941982), but it doesn't make for an interesting offering. I could send someone to my episode page knowing that if they're Apple Podcasts ready, they can click to subscribe, and if they aren't they can simply click play.
- What will more detailed notes look like Apple.com proper (this should test that out)?
- Will clicks on an Apple.com Podcast page "count" in your Apple stats numbers?
- Why doesn't Apple link to the Podcast Website?
- Why does Apple link to the individual Podcast Episode pages?
- Will Apple link to Video Podcasts - eventually?
- Will Apple offer us embeddable players for Apple Podcasts? Embeddable players for Apple Video Podcasts?
Would love to hear from you on this topic: