Podbean makes dynamic ad insertion and an advanced advertising management system available to podcasters without cutting ads revenue
NEW YORK, NY (MAY 30, 2019) – Podbean, one of the leading podcast hosting sites, is excited to unveil PodAds, their new SaaS (Software as a Service) for podcast advertising. PodAds simplifies advertising management. Podcasters simply set the start and end date for their ad campaigns, select ad placements (setting which podcasts, episodes, slots and timestamps for ads to run), and upload their ads. PodAds will take care of the rest, saving podcasters time and increasing earning potential. PodAds can even be used to run geo-targeted ads.
PodAds disrupts the traditional podcast advertising service model by offering podcast advertising technology as a Software as a Service (SaaS). Instead of taking a cut of ad revenue, Podbean provides an advanced podcast advertising platform with a flat service fee for use. Podbean will only charge a flat $3 CPM rate for the use of the service, with no setup fees. Podcasters simply pay as they go, letting them focus on creating great content while PodAds helps automate their ad campaigns.
PodAds is available to Podbean Unlimited Plus and Business plan users immediately, and Podbean plans to expand services to more podcasts in the future. It will be a boon for any podcasters in search of a way to step up their advertising. To learn more about how the PodAds system works, check out the how-to guide.
Watch the video “how to create a dynamic ad insertion podcast advertising campaign in PodAds“.
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