Do you feel like your marketing strategy is stuck in 2018? Is your content looking dated? It might be time to get a different perspective and some headspace. Grab your headphones and plug-in to the top ten marketing podcasts of 2019.
“Mixergy is where the ambitious learn from a mix of experienced mentors through interviews and courses.
Hi, I’m Andrew Warner. In my 20s, I used credit cards and ingenuity to create a $30+ mil / year (in sales) internet business with my younger brother. I created Mixergy to help ambitious people who love business as much as I do learn from a mix of experienced mentors. I do that through interviews where founders tell their stories and courses where they teach a solution to issues that can cripple founders” – Founder, Andrew Warner
You can subscribe to Mixergy here.
Marketing Over Coffee
“Marketing Over Coffee is a marketing podcast, audio on demand that covers both classic and new marketing. Your hosts, John J. Wall and Christopher S. Penn, record the show every week and publish the show on Thursday mornings. You can download the shows and listen to them whenever you want – in your office, on your commute, where and whenever is convenient for you. Each show is about 20 minutes long and is filled with the kinds of marketing tips and tricks that you can only get from casual conversation outside of the office.” – Marketing Over Coffee
The shows are published every Thursday morning. You can listen to episodes here.
The Tropical MBA
“Our show started in 2009. It was part personal expression and part cry for help. We wanted to meet others on this crazy entrepreneurial journey.
Back then we hardly knew anybody growing a location independent business, especially one that had real physical products. It seemed to us that most of the websites and podcasts weren’t run by people with compelling business experience or insights. We wanted to meet others who we felt were ‘legit.’
So we started sharing our story on a more or less weekly basis. Because of that, many of the episodes were just me and Ian sharing the stuff we were learning directly from our day to day work. That business taught us a lot. It started with– literally– a dream, and ended with a multi-seven figure exit.
Many listeners say that those were the ‘glory days’ of the show. Alas, we have grown older and have sometimes found ourselves at a loss for words.
Recently we’ve been focused on telling the stories of the entrepreneurs we’ve met along the way. And as the show’s reach has grown, so has our ability to attract thought leaders relevant to our space.” – The Tropical MBA
The TMBA goes live every Thursday morning at 8am EST. You can subscribe here.
Social Media Marketing Podcast
“Whether you’re hungry for in-depth expert advice or want to keep up with the social media news of the week, you’ll discover knowledge you need to make your business grow.
This podcast has been a top-10 marketing podcast for the last six years. Listen in the car, at the gym or while you’re walking the dog. In this show, you’ll discover success stories and expert interviews from leading social media marketing pros in a weekly 45-minute podcast. Discover how successful businesses employ social media, learn new strategies and tactics, and gain actionable tips to improve your social media marketing.” – Social Media Marketing Podcast
The Social Media Marketing podcast is 45 minutes and shared every Friday. You can subscribe on iTunes here.
The Science of Social Media
Buffer’s blog is outstanding, so it’s no surprise that their podcast—The Science of Social Media—is also phenomenal. Their content will appeal to anyone and everyone who practices social media marketing, whether you’re brand new beginner or you’re a social media practitioner. As if that’s not enough, they regularly have amazing hosts like Mari Smith and Neil Patel on the show.
This podcast is fun to listen to—like social media should be—and is extremely actionable. Listen to past episodes here.
Startups for the Rest of Us
“Welcome to Startups for the Rest of Us, the podcast that helps developers, designers and entrepreneurs be awesome at launching software products. Whether you’ve built your first product or are just thinking about it.
Your hosts are Mike Taber and Rob Walling. Combined we have over 20 years of experience as software entrepreneurs and we’re here to share those experiences to help you avoid the same mistakes we’ve made.
In addition to this podcast and our numerous other businesses, we run a popular online startup school called Founder Cafe that helps both developers and non-techies go from zero to launch in 6 months, and MicroConf, the conference for self-funded startups.” – Startups for the Rest of Us
Startups for the Rest of Us is a weekly podcast. You can subscribe here.
The Indie Hackers Podcast
Indie Hackers is an awesome community where founders and entrepreneurs come together to build profitable businesses and side projects. On the podcast, Courtland Allen interviews developers and founders about how they’ve built, marketed, and grown their side projects into profitable online businesses.
If you’re bootstrapping your startup, you need to listen to this podcast. Subscribe on iTunes here.
Industry experts Eric Siu and Neil Patel offer users unconventional marketing wisdom that will make you want to kick some of your traditional strategies to the curb in Single Grain’s Marketing School Podcast. Their goal is to bring you valuable, actionable marketing tips every day in just ten minutes.
If that ten-minute time stamp still feels like too much (trust me, it’ll be some of the most valuable ten minutes of your entire day), they even offer podcast notes on their site to give you an even faster recap.
Listen to past episodes and subscribe to Marketing School on iTunes here.
Hack the Entrepreneur
“HTE is an entrepreneur podcast for anyone looking to develop their entrepreneurial mindset, do work that matters, and build an online business.
Those who are looking for their next business idea, getting started with online marketing, or simply how to write a killer sales page. We understand that starting a business and doing work that matters is not always easy, but it is worth it. Jon Nastor interrogates solo entrepreneurs to startup founders, digital nomads to Amazon FBA experts.
On the podcast we discuss, what it takes to be successful with building a side hustle, online business, passive income ideas, coaching and consulting, content marketing, and starting a small business. Now, let’s jump into it.” – Hack the Entrepreneur
If you’re short on time, this is a good one to start with; Jon gets straight to the point every time, with no fluff in sight, so every second will benefit you. You can subscribe here.
Copyblogger FM is a weekly, short-form broadcast hosted by Sonia Simone. Each week, she and a cast of rotating experts analyze the week in content marketing, copywriting, email marketing, conversion optimization, mindset, and much more.
These weekly broadcasts are shorter than some others, clocking in between around 16-33 minutes. You can subscribe to Copyblogger FM here.
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