Either on the treadmill or while walking down to work, listening to podcasts have become revolutionary in bringing change to your lifestyle, health, education or business. In this article, we will share the top 3 podcasts which we think should be helpful for your business.
1. Ducttape Marketing
Ducttape Marketing, which is making its presence felt with its service offerings to improve your business’s marketing strategy, client base, social media presence, and letting you know what is and what is not working for you, is one among the top 3 in our list of podcasts for businesses. John Jantsch, who is a Ducttape Marketing consultant, speaker, author and who has over 112k followers on Twitter, publishes a brand new podcast every week. This podcast is generally 30 mins in length, and the revolves around John interacting with industry experts and discuss a small business idea. His podcasts which are available on both Android and iPhone users, also recently got featured in sales hacker, a platform which provides sales training, webinars, and conferences.
2. Support is Sexy
An initiative by Elayne Fluker, a media coach, and entrepreneur, ‘Support is Sexy’ is 5 days per week podcast, where Elayne interacts with female entrepreneurs around the world, who candidly share their journey, ups and downs in their professional life and how they handled tough times. Elayne has already interacted with over 350 such powerful figures, and one can imagine the popularity of her podcasts just by looking at the figure of over 500k downloads of her podcasts in over 130 countries. Each of her podcast is around 50 minutes in length.
3. The $100 MBA Show
The $100 MBA show is a smart concept, brainchild of its host Omar. This podcast is different from others in terms of where in a majority of the podcasts you will get to hear the journey of some successful business in the form of a long interview, Omar keeps it short and gives suggestions applicable to the problems your business might be facing in the real world. Even though he interviews the guests on his show, he keeps it to an average length of 10 minutes and often provides some very ‘worth the salt’ advice.