At Response, we see podcasting as a big opportunity for brands in 2 arenas -
One, as part of their content marketing strategy and plan, as branded podcasts allow for longer format content that can intimately connect consumers with brands.
And, two, as part of the advertising strategy and plan. When in-podcast advertising is done right, it is less like "advertising" and more like great content that listeners want to hear.
- Carolyn Walker, CEO / MANAGING PARTNER
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It was her own love of listening to podcasts that triggered marketing guru Carolyn Walker, CEO of Response Marketing, to approach her client McAfee with an idea of producing a branded podcast.Read Article
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Live host-read sponsorship messages are the traditional podcast advertising format. But an array of advertising solutions, formats, pricing models, and technology have developed to serve different marketing needs and expand the range of buyers. This panel explores and untangles how podcasting serves marketers of all types.