A fullstack podcast publishing platform

A brief overview of Transistor

A transistor is a tool for podcasters to easily upload and distribute their shows to Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Google Podcasts. It's as simple as recording your podcast and uploading it on the Transistor platform. Once uploaded, Transistor will automatically create show notes for you that you can use to publish your podcast on iTunes. It also provides a drag-and-drop interface which makes it easy and reliable to use. It allows business and professional podcasters to create, host, and manage their podcast feeds. Furthermore, it offers you the services of responsive embedded players to make sharing easier and integrates easily with social media and newsletters.

Reasons to consider Transistor in your no-code stack

  • Transistor allows you to create, import, and host unlimited podcasts on your account for one monthly price.
  • It provides you with the best analytical tools. Podcast stats can show you how many people listen to each episode, what apps people use (Apple Podcasts, Spotify), and what your most popular episode is. Analysing this data can help you better understand your podcast's listeners.
  • You can start a private podcast as well. A personal podcast allows you to generate a unique, protected RSS feed for each subscriber. This allows you to restrict access to the podcast content.

What can you accomplish with Transistor?

  • Veteran Affairs was looking for podcast hosting based in the United States. Their show focuses on "coverage of health care, education benefits, VA careers, homelessness, recovery, mental health and messages from the Secretary."
  • The Podia team is doing their podcast right: they hired an experienced producer who helped them craft a show that breaks the "branded content" mould.
  • Laravel is one of the most popular programming frameworks in the world. Its creator, Taylor (the creator), does a regular podcast where he gives PHP developers updates on the framework, shares what he's working on, and delves into questions posed on Twitter.

Top features of Transistor

  • Host multiple podcasts at a single monthly price
  • Public/Customer podcast analysis using analytics
  • Submit podcasts to major podcast players
  • Private podcast services to connect with team members
  • Create unlimited podcasts

Pricing plans

  • Free Trial: 14 days
  • Starter: $19 per month
  • Professional: $49 per month
  • Business: $99 per month

Learning resources

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