How to Start Making Money With Your Podcast

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Making Money With Your Podcast with Ed Ryan

Many of our community members ask themselves: when do I start thinking about monetization? What do I even need to think about? And is there a magic number that I need to hit in terms of audience? In this episode of Audry Talks Audio, our Co-Founder Niklas Hildebrand talks to Ed Ryan about how and when to start making money with your podcast.

Ed has been the editor of Radio Ink Magazine and The Podcast Business Journal since its launch three years ago. He’s also been hosting the Radio Ink podcast as well as his own and is the architect of the ‘How to make real money podcast conference.’  In 30 minutes, Ed and Niklas share insights on podcast monetization, when it’s best to start doing so (and when not to), and how to build a listener community as a podcast host.


How to make real money podcasting conference.

Suppose you want to learn more about making money with your podcast and explore different channels than just advertising. In that case, Ed is hosting a 3-Day Virtual Event in July together with Radio Ink and The Podcast Business Journal. From 13-15 July, they invite experts to reveal their secret strategies that any podcaster can implement. From Podfather Adam Curry to Gillian Pensavalle & Patrick Hinds from True Crime Obsessed.

A ticket costs $249, but Audry users will get $50 off via this discount link.

About Ed Ryan

Ed Ryan has been the editor of Radio Ink Magazine for 17 years and The Podcast Business Journal since its launch three years ago. He’s also been hosting a weekly podcast called Beach Talk Radio with his wife on Fort Myers Beach Kim Ryan every Saturday morning for the past three years. The podcast’s success spawned Beach Talk Radio News, a local news website and newsletter with over 5,000 local subscribers. Both the podcast and the website have been profitable businesses for the past two years. Ed worked in the Radio industry for 20 years before joining Radio Ink Magazine. 

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