If you enjoy the Creative Language Learning Podcast, why not support us by becoming a sponsor just like our friends Flashsticks?

You can be a big or a small company, a listener or an online community. Please choose your preferred option below.

If You Are a Business

Your Brand Name Could Be Here!

Your Brand Name Could Be Here!

Do you want to get your brand heard by a community of intelligent and committed language lovers? Then podcast advertising will be perfect for you.

The Creative Language Learning Podcast offers you a chance to get a personalised ad read delivered in the host’s own voice and style. There is no run-of-the-mill spot with us, though we'll happily play a nice jingle. Advertising with us gives you a highly targeted ad to an engaged listener base who love languages and travel.

The podcast started in 2013 and has been going from strength to strength in 2015. We reach a growing listenership of over 1000 per episode. Current sponsor rates and stats can be found in the Fluent Media Kit.

If you think your business belongs on the Creative Language Learning Podcast, send an email to kerstin@fluentlanguage.co.uk and let’s chat!

If You Are Not a Business

We offer personal sponsorships, which means you can sponsor a podcast episode at a price that works for you, and we will give you a shout out and promote your blog, project or community (as long as it’s safe for work and families).

For more details, just send an email over to kerstin@fluentlanguage.co.uk and tell me about your project and your budget.

Personal Sponshorships are not open to companies or for profit entities.

Support the Podcast for Free

You can make a huge difference to the show. Today. For free. Please go to iTunes and leave a review for the podcast. It’s impossible for the show to grow and continue without this support - sounds crazy, but without you we are invisible.

We cannot tell you how much your support means to us. Podcasting is a natural way to get the message out there into the world that learning another language does not have to be difficult or reserved for “hyperpolyglots”. It’s for everyone.

Thank you for listening!

Kerstin and Lindsay