What are the best tools to publish a podcast?

Looking for suggestions to record, host, publish, monetize, and market a podcast.
7 recommended
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    Anchor 2.0

    Make audio Stories, with voice, music, clips, and call-ins

    Kunal BhatiaDesign @ Mercury · Written
    You'll be able to do a lot of great things with Anchor, but the monetization piece would be separate. After you build an audience, you could convince people to sponsor segments or 24-hour stories.
    Tejas KingerPMM @ Plum | Prev. @ Freshworks Hiver · Written
    Try Anchor. IMO it works really well for podcasts.
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    Your podcast's hosting and analytics platform 🎙️

    Brian RheaProduct Designer & Developer · Written
    I friggin' love Transistor! I used them to launch two podcasts in the past year and it just could not have been any easier. The product is ridiculously easy to use and you can launch multiple podcasts without having to upgrade (you're billed by downloads, not shows which is such a great model when you're experimenting). Also, the customer service is top-notch when you need it.
    Taishi KatoBuilding AskMakers💡 · Written
    I have heard a lot about Transistor around me and it seems great!
    JR FarrCo-Founder, Make Lemonade · Written
    Kinda crazy how much value is packed into this product. Aside from obvious features like distribution across Apple, Spotify, etc. I also wanted to have a simple website for my podcast (which was super easy to setup). I've been extremely happy with Transistor. The support has been top-notch too.
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    Podcasting on SoundCloud

    Now anyone can host a podcast on SoundCloud

    John AbabsehEpiphany Enthusiast · Written
    Soundclouds a great platform for publishing podcasts!
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    🎧 ZCast 3.0 - HD Audio

    Full HD audio podcasts from your phone or web browser

    Shashwat PradhanCEO/Founder @emberify · Written
    ZCast 3.0 launched today! It's the simplest way to host, publish & market a podcast from the web or your iPhone. Definitely should check it out as they have some seriously good audio streaming tech behind it.
  5. Bill Vieux👊 tech / social media / marketing · Written
    We use libsyn for hosting. Great customer service.
  6. I'm loving Spreaker! It is the one-stop shop for doing it all on podcasting. And it's really cheap to boot!
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    The easiest way to record a podcast remotely

    Kevin MandevilleProdut Manager, Litmus · Written
    Automatically compiles all guest audio for you and does post-processing too. Even has a soundboard for sound effects. Couldn't live without this (we use it for https://emaildesignpodcast.com)