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Pinecast is a simple way to host, run and fund unlimited number of podcasts! Pinecast doesn't limit storage, bandwidth, or the number of episodes.

  • Pros: 

    Good pricing, built-in site manager, unlimited number of podcasts


    Can't think of anything

    Just started using Pinecast for my newest project and I'm very happy so far! Publishing was easy and painless.

    Rakhim Davletkaliyev has used this product for one week.
  • Pros: 

    Easy to use

    Great analytics

    Metric-focused goals

    Nicely designed embedded players



    Have used pinecast for a little over a year on a number of different podcasts. Highly recommend!

    Chris Sentz has used this product for one year.
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Bad Homobre
Bad HomobreMaker@mattbasta · Founder, Pinecast
Good morning! I didn't expect to wake up to seeing Pinecast on PH today! 😅 Thanks Rakhim! I started Pinecast in 2015 as a way to host my own shows without the burden of feature debt and papercuts that's common with incumbent services in the podcasting industry. Since then, it's organically grown—user by user—into a proper small business serving well over a year of audio to listeners every day. From the get-go the approach has been to create a solid product, with a focus on efficiency and scalability. That focus has enabled us to keep our entry-level price low while still offering a well-rounded service to small and medium-sized podcasters. And perhaps taking from my background at Mozilla, all of the code written at Pinecast is open source. Happy to answer any questions. Thanks again for having us!
Jacqueline von Tesmar
Jacqueline von Tesmar@jacqvon · Community at Product Hunt ⚡️
Hey @mattbasta, Can you tell us more about why you built this and where you see it going in 2 years, 5 years?
Bad Homobre
Bad HomobreMaker@mattbasta · Founder, Pinecast
@jacqvon Thanks for the question! We're continuing to add new features and streamline existing workflows. Podcasters want better tools to understand their relationship with their audience (who's listening, why, what do they skip, etc.); we're building tools that help not only answer these questions, but also make suggestions about what a podcaster _should_ be asking.