Are podcasts oversaturated?
No, and it will never be.
Podcasting cannot be over saturated, simply because the consumers who listen to podcasts aren’t limited in how many we/they subscribe to..
How many podcast listeners make money?
To put harder numbers on it, many sponsorship agencies look for 3000 to 5000 listeners, per episode, before they’ll take you on. But, if you’re doing it yourself, it’s perfectly possible to earn a decent sponsorship income once you pass the 1000 to 2000 mark, especially if you have a particularly niche audience.
How many people is too many for a podcast?
So, what’s a good number? In radio, the magic number of co-hosts is three. And while podcasting allows you much more flexibility than radio this is a pretty good rule of thumb to follow. Because in my experience, anything over three starts to get tough to manage and here’s why…
How many listeners is good for a podcast?
more than 136 downloads, you’re in the top 50% of podcasts. more than 1100 downloads, you’re in the top 20% of podcasts. more than 3200 downloads, you’re in the top 10% of podcasts. more than 7,700 downloads, you’re in the top 5% of podcasts.
What is the average number of downloads for a podcast?
How many downloads makes a successful podcast? The most successful podcast episode had around 50,000 downloads in only 30 days. An episode with 9,000 downloads earns a place in the top 5% of podcasts, and 3,400 downloads puts you in the top 10%. The average podcast racks up 141 downloads in the first 30 days.
Can a podcast have one person?
Podcasts can take many forms: one-man shows, cohosts, guests, call-in, etc. Metafilter founder Matt Haughey, who has put in hundreds of hours on podcasting, recommends that your show involve two or three hosts. I listen to a lot of podcasts and the most typical format is 2 or 3 hosts and sometimes one guest.