Do you want to more reach horse owners?
Would you like to speak directly to them about your product?
Do you want to build brand loyalty?
Advertise on the Whoa Podcast About Horses and Horsemanship and do just that! People listen to a podcast, a self-contained audio program, using their computers, tablets, or mobile devices. Because listeners must act to select our podcast, they are preselected for YOUR marketing program! Why? Because they have sought out our program looking for information on Horses and Horsemanship.
Guests on our show have included:
Rick Lamb Tommie Turvey Denny Watkins Martin Black
Jonathan Field Adrian “Buckaroo Girl” Chris Cagle
Clinton Anderson Bob “Mustang Man” Kerr Tom Hagwood
We have great plans ahead!
And, we support this all with a website of our own, WhoaPodcast.com. Find out how easy and affordable it is to advertise on the Whoa Podcast. Call me at 661-203-5530
Thanks for your time!
John Harrer Freelance Productions
Producer Whoa Podcast about Horses & Horsemanship
Member International Association of Internet Broadcasters
What is a Podcast?
People download podcasts, self-contained radio shows, to their computers, tablets, and mobile phones. They listen to podcasts while driving, working, or doing chores.
Our Whoa Podcast is usually 45 – 75 minutes long and we produce one show a week. The focus is on horses and horsemanship. In addition to horses and horsemanship, we also bring in other facets of the equine lifestyle including cowboy poetry, country music, and horses in film and TV. The Whoa Podcast is absolutely free to download and we are listed on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play, Podbean, Miro, Podfeed, and Audio-Podcast.fm podcast directories.
Who is the Typical Podcast Listener?
In order for someone to reach and capture a podcast like the Whoa Podcast, they have to own a Smartphone, tablet, or computer demonstrating a podcast listener has a level of income that has discretionary spending.
A podcast listener has to be a little tech-savvy to search and find a particular podcast. While the horse industry is not known for having a large number of these tech-savvy consumers, those numbers are growing and will continue to grow as younger consumers enter the market. We are posed for that growth.
Podcast listeners build a stronger bond with our show because they have had a few hurdles to go through to reach content.