The world of audiobooks just got a little bit better with the news that Findaway Voices and Spotify are teaming up to offer audiobook distribution with zero fees. This is a game-changing move for the audiobook industry, which has seen significant growth in recent years.
In this blog, we’ll explore what this partnership means for audiobook creators and listeners.
let’s talk about Findaway Voices. Findaway Voices is a self-publishing platform for audiobooks that provides authors and publishers with the tools and resources they need to create and distribute their audiobooks. With Findaway Voices, creators have access to a network of professional narrators, recording studios, and production teams to create high-quality audiobooks.
Spotify, on the other hand, needs no introduction. The music streaming platform has over 356 million active users worldwide, making it the largest music streaming service in the world. But Spotify has also been making moves into the audiobook market, and this partnership with Findaway Voices is a significant step forward.
But it’s not just about the distribution fees. With Spotify’s massive user base, creators will have access to a whole new audience of listeners who may not have discovered their audiobooks otherwise. This could be a significant boost for creators who are struggling to get their audiobooks noticed in an increasingly crowded market.
For listeners, this partnership means more choice. With Findaway Voices’ network of creators and Spotify’s massive platform, listeners will have access to a wider variety of audiobooks than ever before. And with zero distribution fees, creators will be able to offer their audiobooks at a more competitive price, making it even more accessible for listeners.
The partnership between findaway Voices and Spotify is a significant development for the audiobook industry. By offering audiobook distribution with zero fees, creators will be able to reach a wider audience, while listeners will have access to a more extensive variety of audiobooks. This collaboration has the potential to break down barriers and help level the playing field for audiobook creators who may have previously struggled to distribute their work to a wider audience.