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5 Marketing Podcasts You Should Listen To Right Now

I’m not sure about you, but in a city with traffic, you’re bound to spend a bit of time in the car. IF you’re not a driver, or in a city where train travel is easier, I’d venture to say you spend some time sitting on public transit during your commute. Either way, why not take the opportunity to throw on a podcast (or two) during your commute.

Here’s our top 5 list of marketing podcasts you should check out this year, this quarter, this month. Some are short, some are long, but all great listens for your commute, your workout, maybe even when you’re burning the midnight oil campaign creating.

Enjoy!

1. The BeanCast™ Marketing Podcast

The BeanCast Marketing Podcast

The BeanCast™ is a weekly roundtable podcast, featuring notables from the marketing, advertising, interactive and public relations community. They discuss the latest industry news with a healthy dose of perspective. Subscribe here on iTunes.

1(a). Fast Takes: The Best of The BeanCast™ Marketing Podcast  

Fast Takes of the Marketing podcast

Because BeanCast™ (the original) episodes usually run about an hour long, here’s an opportunity to get the quick, gold nuggets of the show! Same great content but quicker and showcasing the best of the best. Subscribe here on iTunes.

2. Marketing School | Digital Marketing | Online Marketing

Marketing School Podcast

Here is an opportunity to get fast tips with actionable marketing. Neil Patel and Eric Siu share their insight on everything Digital and Online marketing and all the tips happen in a short 10 minutes. This podcast also happens daily, so there’s always new content to take in. Subscribe on iTunes here.

3. Six Pixels of Separation

Six Pixels of Separation Podcast

Mitch Joel unravels the complex world of digital marketing and social media with the perspective of a digital marketing agency. While marketers still struggle to understand online marketing, an entirely new generation of marketing opportunities is already taking place and Joel is talking about them! Subscribe here on iTunes.

4. Marketing Over Coffee

Marketing Over Coffee Podcast

Marketing over coffee is a weekly discussion of what's new in marketing with John Wall and Christopher Penn. These guys chat about all things marketing and have some of the most knowledgeable marketing gurus on the show. Here’s a list of some of their top episodes. You can subscribe on itunes here.

5 Social Media Marketing

Social Media Marketing podcast

Social Media Examiner's Michael Stelzner helps your business navigate the social jungle with weekly success stories and expert interviews from leading social media marketing pros. Discover how successful businesses employ social media, learn new strategies and tactics, and gain actionable tips to improve your social media marketing. Subscribe in iTunes here.

6. BONUS: The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe

The way I heard it with mike Rowe podcast

Sometimes it’s nice to take a short break from the marketing hustle and listen to something that’s just fun. Mike Rowe does an AWESOME job talking about good stories with a twist. I often find myself say… “Ahhhh ha” at the end of every episode. And BONUS, they’re super short so you can get a few episodes in on a commute, or you can get an episode in when you’re waiting for you to-go order to finish cooking. You can subscribe on iTunes here.

What else? What are some marketing podcast you love listening to?

September 9, 2016
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Jacey Lucus
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