Podcasts are a favorite form of both entertainment and education these days. While True Crime podcasts may be a (not so) guilty pleasure, marketing podcasts can help keep our skills as sharp as ever. Have you ever listened to a podcast and felt like you should be taking notes – or actually taken notes? Yes, these are *those* types of podcasts.
Whether your business is small or large, new or established, these public relations and marketing podcasts each provide the right amount of entertaining and educational information to help improve your current marketing skills, and overall make you a better marketer.
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Entrepreneur, CEO, investor, and public speaker Gary Vaynerchuk provides daily insight for marketers on social media, content creation, SEO, reputation management, and more. There’s at least one gem in every episode.
As a side note, Gary’s book #AskGaryVee is a MUST read book for any marketing specialist.
This weekly podcast from Social Media Examiner focuses on new and upcoming social media features and strategies. This podcast definitely stands out from the rest, as there are items listeners can immediately take action on to improve their social media marketing.
Two of our favorite things – marketing and caffeine – make this podcast one of our favorite sources of marketing inspiration. Featuring marketing moguls like Seth Godin and a variety of marketing topics, these episodes are to-the-point and filled with nuggets of wisdom about creative ways to use new media forms.
Are you feeling a little lost in your career or life, or could you use some life inspiration? This podcast delivers a healthy dose of motivation to find your path through interviews with creatives, innovators and entrepreneurs about their paths to success, which aren’t always linear. Curious about how a graphic designer became a product designer at Instagram? Have a listen.
Gini Dietrich is a fan favorite in our office, and the sharp-witted Spin Sucks content we love is now available in podcast form. From influencer marketing to paid media strategies, there’s a lot of helpful information packed into bite-sized 5-15 minute episodes – perfect for a brief Uber ride, or any other time you don’t have 30 to 60 minutes to devote to a podcast.