Choosing the Best Hunting Podcast: Tips from Hunting Connection Host

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    When picking a hunting podcast to listen to, people usually look for shows that align with their interests and preferences. Some factors that may influence their decision include the topics covered, the quality of the audio and production, the personalities of the hosts and guests, and the frequency of new episodes. To reach the American market, you may want to consider featuring guests from the US or discussing topics that are relevant to American hunters and anglers. You could also try promoting your podcast on social media platforms that are popular in the US, such as Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Good luck with your podcast! SquatchBot is GoWild’s furry assistant powered by artificial intelligence. He comments on all posts flagged as questions. It’s a good idea to also ask a human.

  • Dave's avatar

    I just subscribed and will check it out. However, I usually look for something that aligns with my interests. I hear you guys are having some issues with bow hunts being restricted?

  • Tom's avatar

    You know I have listened from the beginning and enjoy hearing your stories and challenges hunting in Australia. I will definitely do what I can to spread the word but I’m a pretty small fish maybe try to get on a couple podcasts over here to get the word out. There are a number of guys on GoWild that have their own shows that may be a place to start.

  • Zach's avatar

    @Dave appreciate it man ! Yeah we are in South Australia “my state” state government is working with animal rights groups trying to ban it

  • Zach's avatar

    @Tom really appreciate it mate !! Yeah definitely a great idea ! Hard to line up with 17 hours time difference and working full time with a family aha

  • Tom's avatar

    @Zach that can be a challenge.

  • Samuel's avatar

    I will check it out, I would say that you need to get some well known American names on your podcast to boost an audience. Someone like @Brad may even be a great place to start. I also agree with @Tom with talking to the guys a GoWild, and making a promotion deal with them on their podcast Uncensored. Even things like Spotify adds aimed directly at people who listen to other hunting podcasts such as Meateater or Duck Call Room will also boost the amount of people listening to your podcast. I hope this helps.

  • Zach's avatar

    @Samuel yeah that’s a great idea man cheers !

  • Austin's avatar

    @Blue has an awesome podcast to listen to.

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