Support The Amateur Rugby Podcast
Firstly, thank you so much for being here. Just being on this website and being a listener to the show is amazing, I’m very grateful for your time.
If you would like to support the podcast, then there really are a lot of things that you can do to help – the vast majority of which will only take a small amount of your time.
I produce this podcast because I love to do it. It has provided me with an awful lot of satisfaction and hopefully it’s positively influencing the game we all love.
However, I still need to pay the bills and to do that I build websites. I’ve been in this profession for over 20 years and I’m always on the lookout for new clients, so if you, or someone you know needs a new website, I’d be very grateful if you could think of me.
All enquiries can be sent to email@example.com
Support my guests
Every now and again, the wonderful guests I have on the show have something that they’ve created which may be of interest to you. I really want everyone to benefit from the podcast, so if you could support my guests by buying their product then we all win.
A list of things mentioned on the show can be found on my Creating a Podcast page.
I haven’t investigated finding sponsors for the show as yet. However, it’s something I may consider in the future.
Do you work for a company that might be interested in sponsoring the show? Can you think of anyone who would be a great fit to sponsor The Amateur Rugby Podcast?
Get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org
The Social Media Stuff
Social signals really help, so if you could hit the like button, leave a comment or even better, share or retweet, this does genuinely help the show grow.
It takes almost no time or effort – just make it a reflex – see something from The Amateur Rugby Podcast -> Give it some love.
Rate and Review
As above, these social signals count. If you could leave a review and a rating on Apple Podcasts (or wherever you get your podcasts from) it would really help the show.
Talk about the show
This is my favourite one, and that is because it’s actually how I’ve discovered most of the podcasts that I listen to.
If you’ve enjoyed the show and it’s made you think about something relative to the game, then get down your local club and discuss it with your mates.
One of the principle aims of the the show is to get more people into more rugby clubs enjoying everything that our wonderful sport can offer.
Get out and play! (and support, and coach, and volunteer)