Now develop a community relationship with audio podcasts, share Friday Khutbah, Lecture, or a daily dose of a spiritual update for members to listen on the go.
Podcasting is the next generation of radio and users can now subscribe to more than 300 communities for free podcast updates and have each new episode automatically delivered over the Internet to your mobile phone.
CollabDeen says it ‘produces audio for busy people' and wants to 'alleviate boredom with substance' as a trusted curator of audio for people to listen anytime, anywhere. -CNAA
The same goes for publishers. In these challenging times for journalism and publishing, innovation in business models and content formats is crucial in engaging audiences and monetization; audio fits the bill perfectly.
CollabDeen says that on its channel average sessions are 12 minutes for all people per session, including newcomers, and that regular users listen for a staggering 90 minutes.
Moreover, this listening is done while 40% of its audience is at home and 50% while commuting.
Fateh Ali is the company CEO and his team is committed to bringing perfect and peerless audio to the people.
There are two markets here; the consumer and the publisher. Everything we do is customer experience first and we go to great lengths to curate great content using our AI, and for it to fit seamlessly around people's busy lifestyles.We are also passionate about helping our publisher partners find new ways to monetize and engage their audiences. We succeed if our publisher partners succeed.
More than 13 years after Jobs’ less-than-seismic-at-the-time announcement that Apple saw podcasts as the future of audio, podcasts are now making the world move.
2017 was the year that the big tech companies of Apple and Google started to take podcast companies seriously; that trend is likely to continue in 2020 after COVID-19.
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