The podcast you didnt know you needed

The new podcast that is making men all over “Call Her Daddy,” is an explicit and brutally truth-filled podcast that follows vlogger Alexandra Cooper and her best friend and roommate, Sofia Franklyn, as they cover everything from their social lives in NYC, embarrassing moments, to sex life 101; it’s the podcast you didn’t know you needed. 

Get ready to learn something new and possibly feel a lot better about your life as Cooper and Franklyn lay it all out there on the table for everyone to hear every Wednesday. After only knowing each other for six-months, the first day they met, Cooper and Franklyn signed a lease for an apartment and the rest was history. 

Their first four podcast’s dropped on October 2, as they partnered with Barstool Sports, a popular satirical blog for sports and pop culture. The podcast “Call Her Daddy” talks about do’s and don’ts for women and men starting off with their first episode that dives right into it, talking all things sexting and dishing about some hilarious stories that come along with it.

Each episode is just as wild and crazy as the last, if not more, making it hard to stop listening. But at the same time you can’t help but think, “what am I listening to?” It’s the best of both world.

The rollercoaster that is “Call Her Daddy” also dishes on some very interesting lingo. From the “Gluck Gluck” to the “Gluck Gluck 3000 v 9000,” you most likely want to start listening from the beginning to be able to keep up. 

The rise of Podcasts has been a recent trend that everyone seems to want to be apart of. Who can blame them thoug?, with it being so easy and incredibly accessible everyone thinks they have something to say. Once a hobby for most people, the term “podcaster” is a real job-title and there is money to be made in this business.

 Streaming podcasts used to be a hassle, however with the line of communication now completely open to stream, having to download podcasts from itunes and then having to wait for them to download is a thing of the past. Apple has created the podcast app on every iphone, with thousands of podcasts to choose from everyone can find their niche and hop on the trend. 

According to MarTech Podcast listeners “listen up tp an average of seven shows per week, which is up 40 percent since 2017.” They also discuss the the “top 5 genres of podcasting being society & culture, business, comedy, news & politics and health.” 

MarTech also states that “Apple Podcasts now features more than 550,000 active podcasts and over 16.5 million episodes including content in more than 100 languages”. 

From crime podcasts like “The First Degree,” and society and culture podcasts like “The Lady Gang,” there really is a podcast out there for anyone and everyone. It has been made very  clear just about everyone is listening to one podcast or another. For many, nowadays it is their business. Take Cooper and Frankly for example; while Cooper was already in the social media scene, Frankly, before dedicating her full time to making “Call Her Daddy” episodes, was working at a well established marketing firm.  

Podcasters are typically paid by how many downloads they receive on an episode. With most podcasts being free, it is inevitable there will be an advertisements within the episodes, however they tend to be short, sweet and to the point.

With podcasts being all the rage right now alongside the wide variety they have to offer, there is no doubt that you will find a podcast that is right for you