Podcasts are similar to automobiles. They can be thrilling and enjoyable at first, but without proper love and affection, they can decay and become a total pain to care for in the long run.

Putting analogies aside, podcasts are a lot of fun, even though no one listens to them at first.

Let’s face it, there’s more than one explanation why your podcast hasn’t taken off the way you hoped. In this article, we will tell you about some of the reasons which might affect the number of views of your podcast.

Podcast not discoverable

If people can’t find your podcast, you’re never going to get a lot of listeners. There are a few ways to avoid this issue so you can expand and evolve into a proper podcast that people want to listen to. All of these methods are to use social media!

Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and other social media platforms are among the easiest (and mostly free) ways to support and advertise the podcast.

To have your shows noticed, engage with your fans, keep them updated, and inspire new listeners to take action by sharing.

Too lengthy

Long-winded podcasts can be downright tedious.

Stretching a 10-minute subject over a 1 hour or 30-minute episode demonstrates that you shouldn’t have trouble keeping listeners focused.

Don’t be afraid to cut your podcast down to a manageable length. To make it concise, cut long bits of audio in post-production or script out the shows.


People are weird in that they like a good story with a convincing beginning, middle, and end.

Don’t get me wrong: open-ended and even disorganized conversations may be entertaining, but the main point can easily be overlooked.

Thus, refrain from such podcasts.

Pivit has extensive digital marketing expertise to ensure that the podcast receives the attention it needs.

We will aggressively promote your podcast using web ads, social media marketing, and other resources.

Not only that, but as part of your podcast’s outreach, we’ll have bi-weekly reporting so you still know what’s going on and how your podcast is doing.