Want to support Wild for Scotland?
Wild for Scotland is an independently produced podcast. There is no network, publication or organisation that has my back or supports the show financially – it’s all done by me.
The show is free to listen to and available to anyone. And I’d love to keep it this way!
If you enjoy the show and my Scotland travel resources over at my travel blog Watch Me See, you can support my work in several ways:
Subscribe via Patreon
Patreon gives you the chance to support the creators whose content you love with a monthly donation. You can sign up to my Patreon and pledge an amount of £3, £6, £10 or £15.
Every month, your donation supports the making of the podcast and in return you get rewards like exclusive glimpses behind-the-scene, bonus content, a hand-written postcard or a goodie from my Scotland print shop.Become a Patron!
Donate via Ko-fi
You can also donate an amount of your choice to my virtual coffee tin on Ko-fi.
This is a one-time donation, so perfect if you don’t want to donate monthly OR would rather throw a pile of money at me at once.
Support without money
Financial giving isn’t always an option, but you can still support the show.
- Rate and write a review for the show on Apple Podcasts. It helps boost my ranking on podcast apps, so others can find the show more easily.
- Share the podcast with your friends and family, or anyone who might enjoy a virtual journey to Scotland.
- Follow the show on social media and engage with my content.
You can find Wild for Scotland on Facebook and Instagram. Save or share my posts, leave a comment or double-tap to like.
- Join my email list to receive updates and news about the show. Sign up here.
Your support enables me to keep creating the Wild for Scotland podcast. But I have also set myself two financial goals.
With your help, I’d love to raise enough money to…
- Invest in a high-quality podcasting mic. As much as I love the whimsy of recording with my camera-mounted vlogging mic and a large blanket over my head, a professional mix would make the process smoother and improve your listening experience.
- Hire an editor. Editing a podcast is a steep learning curve and I enjoy the challenge. But if I had an editor, I would be able to focus more on writing and recording more episodes.