Family Friendly Podcast Network Supports #TryPod Campaign to Increase Listeners

A new social media campaign has launched encouraging people to discover more podcasts and to show them how easy it is to listen. #TryPod is backed by Parents On Demand, the network that helps parents find podcasts on a range of different topics.

San Diego, United States – March 25, 2017 /PressCable/ —

Parents On Demand Network, a collection of podcasts with content specifically created for families, has joined forces with other high-profile podcasters and influencers to help promote podcasts as a medium this year. The social media movement, called #TryPod, is designed to help encourage more people to listen to podcasts by getting friends and family to try a new podcast, and show them how to listen if they don’t know how to.
More information can be found at: http://parentsondemand.com.

Parents On Demand helps people to discover fun and educational podcasts that can be enjoyed by all the family. People can explore shows on the network by category so they can focus in on the types of shows that they might enjoy, then listen to podcasts for free.
This means that parents can easily find podcasts that are specific to their family’s interests and needs. It offers podcasters the chance to collaborate with likeminded shows, share ideas, and grow their audience through working together.

The network was founded by Sunny Gault, owner of New Mommy Media, which is a San Diego-based business that produces a number of different podcasts for new and expecting parents. It was through cross-promoting her shows that Sunny discovered the need to help provide a better way for parents to search for similar shows.

Research shows that one in five Americans listened to podcasts every month as of early 2016. Yet, even though the medium is growing and more people than ever before are listening to podcasts on a regular basis, there are still people out there who don’t know where to find them or how to listen to them.

Industry leaders are now joining together to help people discover how easy it is to listen, and educate them on how many different shows are available across a huge range of subjects.

Full details of Parents On Demand network podcasts taking part in #TryPod can be found by visiting the URL above.