My Garden Podcast advertising & sponsorship
My Garden Podcast is a home and leisure show focusing on time in the garden as a place for pleasure and relaxation. The podcast is deliberately light on traditional gardening expertise and instruction, focusing instead on entertaining chat while enjoying time outdoors.
The show is produced by Bit Famous Ltd. To discuss advertising and sponsorship opportunities email firstname.lastname@example.org
Who listens to My Garden Podcast?
- 70% of our listeners are women
- Almost 40% of the total audience are aged 45-59
- A further 42% are aged 23-44
- 60% live in UK and Europe
- 30% live in North America
Audience demographics are from Spotify and relate to season two.
My Garden Podcast downloads
My Garden Podcast is a seasonal show but attracts listeners all year round. We publish episodes weekly between spring and autumn.
Our downloads are genuine with stats from Spotify indicating 8 in 10 listeners hear 80% of each episode.
To date, we've had more than 77k downloads with 20k in season one and 60k+ in season two.
Promote your business or brand across our podcast, social media and website with our growing audience of people interested in home, leisure, garden and lifestyle.
Buy a per download advertising package. We can quickly and dynamically place host read ads in our show.
Offer giveaways, free gifts and other promotions with our email marketing integration.
Host Penny Haslam is a former BBC business journalist, who was a regular presenter on national television and radio - her credits include BBC Breakfast, News Channel, Panorama, Radio 4 and Radio 5Live. As well as coaching and training clients of Bit Famous, she is a professional motivational speaker on the topics of visibility and confidence. Penny is the author of the business book Make Yourself a Little Bit Famous.
Producer Steve Blears is a former national news journalist, reporting for BBC Radio 1's Newsbeat, Radio 5Live and Radio 4's Today. He is now a seasoned TV director and producer, with credits for prime time shows on Channel 4, BBC, UKTV and Sky.