Collaboration: adding podcast collaboratorsAs you know, Spreaker already gives you one way to collaborate with those on your team via the Podcast Collaboration feature, and this level of collaboration isn’t going anywhere. The new Network Collaboration is an additional feature that allows you to extend higher-level permission to teammates involved in all the podcasts on your network. While you may only want to share a single podcast with some teammates through the Podcast Collaboration feature, the new Network Collaboration feature will save you time by allowing you to add a collaborator to your network with a single invite.
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A Network Collaborator can:
- Edit podcast settings and manage episodes
- Create new episodes for the podcasts they collaborate on
- Create new podcasts on the network they collaborate on*
- See individual statistics for the podcasts they collaborate on
- See aggregated statistics for all the podcasts on the network they collaborate on*
- Instantly access the features above as soon as they are added to the network*
*Actions that Podcast Collaborators cannot perform.If your podcasting business is expansive, you can contact our sales team to discuss the possibility of activating our Organization feature. The Organization feature gives one company admin the ability to bring every Network under one account, while still hosting different admin levels and permissions at the Organization, Network and Podcast level. Let’s simplify this explanation with an example. Condé Nast is a global mass media company, which is home to numerous media brands like Vogue, Glamour, and Vanity Fair. In the context of the Organization feature, each media brand would represent a Network, which would host their own podcasts relating to their target audience and brand. Networks do not communicate with each other, so podcasts posted by the Glamour network would not be accessible by individuals working within the Vanity Fair Network. Network isolation allows for separate collaborative ecosystems. Finally, all of these Networks would fall under the Condé Nast Organization umbrella. An administrator can be set for the Organization, which in this case would be someone working for Condé Nast, who would be responsible for managing the accounts, users, and podcasts within all of the Networks located under the Organization’s umbrella. And if you need a more visual example of the above explanation, here it is: If you still would like to learn more about our Organization feature, please do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, we are here to help you with all your questions and concerns.
Campaign Management: managing your podcast monetization strategiesAs advertising revenue swells year-on-year, the opportunities and approaches to monetization are shifting and becoming increasingly accessible, leaving the traditional models of sponsorship behind. Here at Spreaker, we believe that this is great news for the whole industry and we have invested heavily in generating opportunities for innovative monetization models. Spreaker uses two types of monetization technology that could provide useful to publishers and podcasters alike:
- Programmatic ads
- Ad Manager
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