With Hubhopper Marketplace, advertisers can advertise their brand or product over a million hours of content with an active listener base. From comedy to society & culture, advertisers can peruse across 12+ genres, browse through our entire catalog of podcasts and connect with podcasts that align with their objective.
We’ve answered a few questions that advertisers might have regarding the Hubhopper Marketplace.
How can I connect with a podcaster?
You can browse through our catalogue and choose a podcast that you want to sponsor. Simply choose the number of thousand listens you want from the sponsored episode and click on “Add to cart”. Next, add your contact information and billing address details to book a slot. Once you place the order, the Hubhopper team will revert back to you within 48-72 hours after taking confirmation from the podcaster on the desired slots and then the payment can be made.
How to know what podcast will align with my brand/product?
To choose a good podcast that would align with their objective, advertisers can visit the Target Campaign Builder in the Hubhopper Marketplace. Target Campaign Builder is for sponsors who are not aware of what kind of podcast their consumers would generally listen to.
Through Target Campaign Builder, we ask advertisers to fill in some of their preferences such as target demographic, ideal campaign duration, language preference, approximate campaign budget and along with their contact details.
Our team will review advertiser’s preferences and suggest a number of podcasts that would set well with their brand and would align with their objectives. Advertisers can look at selecting from those suggestions to sponsor a podcast.
How many episodes can I sponsor?
Advertisers can sponsor as many episodes they want. They can also sponsor an entire podcast. To do that, click on the podcast you want to sponsor, scroll down a little and you’ll see the “Sponsor full podcast” section. Add your name, email address and the message. We’ll review your request and get back to you shortly.