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Sharing Your Content

As a teacher, you want your content to reach as many people as possible. The higher the number of plays and comments, the higher the impact on people’s well-being, and also, on your income.

As it can be hard for your content to get enough exposure on the app, we recommend you to share internally with our Insight Timer community, and also with your external audience.
Here are some recommendations on how to do it:

1. Create high-quality and relevant content

You can share practices on popular topics like Sleep, Stress, and Anxiety, but we also recommend you to be unique, find your niche, and share your expertise, and passion with our community.
You can also share relevant seasonal tracks like “Stress Month”, “Full Moon”, “Mother’s Day”, “Pride” and so on.
Every time you publish a new piece of content, all your followers will receive an in-app notification, and also they will see it on their “stories” for a week.

Regularly producing and uploading content will help you to have great exposure on the home-scree of your followers.
Please find our best practices here.

2. Grow your number of followers

We recommend you build up your Insight Timer audience, as your followers will get notifications of your latest releases, which will lead to more plays and engagement.
If you haven’t done it yet, please read here our recommendations on how to promote your profile as a teacher:
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3. Share your content internally

Sharing your new releases in the feed of your Group (for example a link to your meditation or live events) is a great way to get your audience to listen to it:

1. Find the audio you would like to share
2. Tap on the top right “Recommend” icon.
3. Scroll down to find the Group or friend you would like to share it with

Examples of content you can share

Left: Paz shares her new music track.
Right: Paz shares her upcoming Live event.

You can also host regular live events to connect with your audience, grow your followers and promote your content.

And lastly, remember that every time you release new content, all your followers will see it on their stories. Find more information about stories here

4. Share your content externally (through social media, direct messages, email newsletters, etc)

Using the app:

Option 1

1. Find the audio you would like to share
2. Tap on the 3 consecutive dots / “More”
3. Tap on “Share”
4. Select the channel you would to share it with.

Option 2

1. Find the audio you would like to share
2. Tap on the top right “share” icon.
3. Select the channel/option you would like to share it as.

Option 3

While listening to an audio:
1. Tap on the 3 dots on the right-hand side of the screen
2. Tap on “Share”
3. Select the channel you would like to share it with.
The example shows how to share on IG stories.

From the teacher dashboard:

  1. Login to your dashboard
  2. Click on the “Promotion” tab on the left menu
  3. Click on the arrow next to the content you would like to share
  4. Select the channel on which you would like to share it to.
Example of how to share content from the teacher dashboard

From your Web Profile:

  1. Visit your web profile: www.insighttimer.com/username
  2. Click on the content you would like to share
  3. Click on the “share” icon at the top right
  4. Select the channel on which you would like to share it to
Example of how to share content from the teacher’s web profile.

Finally, when sharing, invite people to listen, comment and rate your content. It is always great to have their feedback!

We hope you find the above information helpful, and please, do not hesitate in reaching out to publishers@insight.co if you have any questions or suggestions.

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