Hubhopper vs. Shutterstock

Overview
ProductRatingMost Used ByProduct SummaryStarting Price
Hubhopper
Score 8.5 out of 10
N/A
Hubhopper is a kit designed for podcasters aspiring to elevate their craft and achieve professional success. It offers a suite of professional tools and features catering to podcasters frrom unlimited podcast creation to advanced analytics, team collaboration, and features used to produce, manage, and grow podcasts. Key Features Unlimited Podcasts Supports an unlimited number of podcasts…
$12
per month
Shutterstock
Score 8.1 out of 10
N/A
Shutterstock is a global technology company headquartered in New York, offering a creative platform boasting high-quality assets, tools and services. With it, users can license images, video, music, and editorial assets -- as well as custom content tailored to a brand’s needs. Shutterstock offers a variety of plans for individuals, teams, and enterprise customers as well as creative editing and collaboration capabilities.
$379
per month (2 users)
Pricing
HubhopperShutterstock
Editions & Modules
Pro Plan
$12
per month
Growth Plan
$39
per month
Business Plan
$99
per month
Single User - 10 Images
$29 ($49)
monthly, annual contract (no contract)
On-Demand Packs - Standard License
$29, $49, $299
number of images (2, 5, 25)
Single User - 50 Images
$99 ($125)
monthly, annual contract (no contract)
Single User - 350 Images
$169 ($199)
monthly, annual contract (no contract)
Single User - 750 Images
$199 ($249)
monthly, annual contract (no contract)
On-Demand Packs - Enhanced License
$199, $449, $1,699
number of images (2, 5, 25)
Teams (750 images per month)
$379
per month (2 users)
Teams (750 images per month)
$479
per month (3-10 users)
Teams (750 images per month)
Contact Sales
per month, 11+ users
Offerings
Pricing Offerings
HubhopperShutterstock
Free Trial
YesNo
Free/Freemium Version
YesNo
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
NoNo
Entry-level Setup FeeNo setup feeNo setup fee
Additional DetailsA discount is available for annual pricing plans.
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Community Pulse
HubhopperShutterstock
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Best Alternatives
HubhopperShutterstock
Small Businesses
Pexels
Pexels
Score 9.3 out of 10
Pexels
Pexels
Score 9.3 out of 10
Medium-sized Companies
Pexels
Pexels
Score 9.3 out of 10
Pexels
Pexels
Score 9.3 out of 10
Enterprises
Pexels
Pexels
Score 9.3 out of 10
Pexels
Pexels
Score 9.3 out of 10
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User Ratings
HubhopperShutterstock
Likelihood to Recommend
8.2
(1 ratings)
9.6
(3 ratings)
User Testimonials
HubhopperShutterstock
Likelihood to Recommend
Hubhopper
Hubhopper is the best tool to create podcasts and publish them from literally anywhere in the world. Also, they have a free listener platform where users can listen to the podcasts, anyone. It's really a good place to hang out, especially for our employees where we encourage them to hear podcasts of famous persons/motivators. We use Hubhopper to create podcasts from our channel and share them with our employees.
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Shutterstock
It is best suited for medium enterprises who get a lot of workload for their video productions and have many clients but lack of creative individuals. because it is a bit expensive than other competitors, but for some studios having good budget and looking for improving their work quality then shutterstock is the best platform with very good quality and quantity of graphics, photos and videos. for small studios who are just starting out i think it is bit costly you can even go for some subscription based platforms which offer unlimited downloads but their is a bit downside you will have to compromise with quality of work. so in short if you have a decent budget then shutterstock is best for your creative needs.
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Pros
Hubhopper
  • Can edit audio in the application itself
  • Can create podcasts from the anywhere using the app
  • in detailed analytics about user data
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Shutterstock
  • Large library with a great variety of high quality images
  • "Similar images," "same model," and "same artist" suggestions to help you drill down your search for the right image
  • Handy editing tool that lets you save your custom image sizes
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Cons
Hubhopper
  • User analytics is really hard to interpret as the data representation is complex
  • The app crashes at some point of time making the audio recorded will be lost forever
  • Sometimes its hard to publish the podcasts as the app is still having some bugs
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Shutterstock
  • i think the pricing is still higher than other platforms
  • locating right files is sometimes difficult here like the search results could be better
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Alternatives Considered
Hubhopper
It's simple and easy to use plus our employees love the app, except with some issues in the app everything is okay, and it's super easy to create and publish the podcast. Really easy to edit the audios in the platform and has the podcast listener portal used for free. Also, the player plugin is really simple and works well.
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Shutterstock
Very comparable to iStock. In my experience, there isn't a huge difference between the two, but I like the way Shutterstock' provides suggested images for drill-down searching - iStock's suggestions are more limited. Shutterstock's pricing may be better as well, although it's been a while since I've compared the two.
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Return on Investment
Hubhopper
  • Increase in employee efficiency
  • Better managing of podcasts
  • Enable users to create podcasts easily
  • Manage everything on the app
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Shutterstock
  • it improved our work quality
  • it helped us to handle multiple projects as catered our creative needs well
  • due to faster project creation our business scaled
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ScreenShots

Hubhopper Screenshots

Screenshot of podcast distributionScreenshot of the analytics used to track the progress of podcastsScreenshot of the in-built editing tool to record and edit podcastsScreenshot of team management and creationScreenshot of the subscriber management interface for private podcasts