|Website||Ahrefs Rank||Twitter Followers|
|Smart Passive Income||12,584||148,593|
|Podcast Answer Man||234,667||17,430|
|The Audacity To Podcast||353,271||0|
|School of Podcasting||616,339||3,330|
|Podcast Websites Blog||672,258||1,689|
|The Podcast Host||746,693||2,985|
|The Podcasters Studio||1,065,690||6,318|
|Hot Pod News||1,281,197||8,007|
|Podcast Motor Blog||1,286,874||754|
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What is Ahrefs rank? It’s basically a ranking of how popular a website is. Typically the more links you have to your site, the better your ranking. A lower number is better in this case. These rankings change daily, but I got the snapshot of everyone’s site on the same day.
Note: because Libsyn has many of their customer’s podcasts hosted on their website, the link count and ranking appears to be much higher. That’s not to say they don’t have an amazing blog and podcast on all things podcasting though!
Libsyn is one of the most popular podcast hosting companies and they have a very active blog and podcast on all things podcasting.
Pat Flynn at SPI talks about a lot of different things relating to online business, but his podcasting section has a ton of useful info, from tutorials to courses to interviews and more. He also developed the Smart Podcast Player Wordpress plugin.
Buzzsprout is another great podcast host that has one of the better blogs in the industry. It’s extremely well designed and has plenty of useful and actionable advice for any experience level.
Transom is a little broader and talks about everything broadcasting, but as podcasting has become more popular they have plenty of posts around the topic.
Cliff Ravenscraft has been podcasting before you even knew the medium existed! He has over 500 episodes for his main podcast and teaches everything he knows about podcasting, business, and life.
Daniel Lewis’s headline says it all:
Award-winning “how to” podcast about podcasting to help you launch or improve your own podcast
Check it out!
Dave Jackson has been podcasting since 2005 and has a lot of knowledge to share. He has a bunch of courses to learn pretty much anything you need to know around podcasting.
The Podcast Websites blog has a bunch of info to help you grow your podcast. It was co-founded by John Lee Dumas of EOFire.
Colin at The Podcast Host has a bunch of useful guides, podcasts, courses, and resources on how to start and grow your podcast.
Ray Ortega writes and podcasts at both The Podcasters’ Studio and Podcasters’ Roundtable. He teaches you how to create and promote your podcast, with info and guides for anyone from pre-podcast beginners to experienced broadcasters. Check this one out!
Hot Pod News is actually a weekly email newsletter by Nick Quah that will give you the latest and greatest every Tuesday. It’s also syndicated on Nieman Lab. There’s also a paid pro version if you really want info on the industry – it comes out twice weekly.
Podcast Motor has a list of podcast editing and production services but they also have a great blog with a bunch of useful tips around podcasting. Everything from creating cover art to great intros to writing great show notes. They also own the Seriously Simple Podcasting Wordpress plugin.
- My Wife Quit Her Job Podcast Tutorial (very detailed getting started guide)
- ART19 (advanced podcast advertising tech and news)
- Midroll Blog (all things podcast advertising)
Am I missing anyone? Let me know!