I started podcasting in 2012 when I started a show called Product People. Back then, I paid around $15 / month for my podcast hosting and analytics.
But, like many podcasters, I couldn't stick with just one show. Soon, I was collaborating with other people, and starting new podcasts. Plus, I created audiobooks for two of the books I'd written.
This introduced three problems:
On Transistor, you can publish as many separate podcasts as you'd like, starting at $19 / month!
Here's how many podcasts I manage today:
With my old hosting provider, it would cost me $1,440 a year to publish eight podcasts. On Transistor, it costs me only $190 / year.
On Transistor, I'm saving $1,250 a year on podcast hosting.
Plus, other podcast hosting companies charge for "advanced" features, but Transistor gives them to you for free:
If you're looking to save money on podcast hosting, or want to combine all of your podcasts in one place, you can get a free 14-day trial of Transistor here.