Following up on a post I did about four months ago “Top 6 Podcasts You Need to Hear” (you can read it here), these are four more podcasts that I’m really enjoying. They range from fitness, to social marketing, SEO and content marketing. I’m listening to all of these through the free Stitcher app.
Mind Muscle Project
“An interview based podcast on CrossFit, nutrition, health, lifestyle and all things fitness.”
Lachy Rowston and Raph Freedman bring a weekly fitness show that is about an hour generally with a guest. It is incredibly entertaining. They are based in Australia, have a ton of knowledge about the health and fitness business and have no problem sharing their opinions. And they are hilarious.
“Brings you 10 minutes of actionable marketing advice every single day. Get the right tips to take your business to the next level.”
A daily dose of bite sized advise covering every topic on (mostly) digital marketing. Episodes are 5-10 minutes each and both Neil Patel & Eric Siu share their opinions and experience. I like this one because they get right to the point and they don’t always agree.
“Each week we interview one of the world’s experts in SEO, Paid Media, Social, Entrepreneurship, and Content Marketing.”
Brought to you by Search Engine Journal, this podcast actually goes beyond the SEO. It is pretty data driven and can get technical but I’ve grabbed some good ideas and tested them out on my own. Some of what they go over probably only applies to bigger companies but they do a really good job presenting their stuff.
PNR: This Old Marketing
“Content Marketing with Joe Pulizzi and Robert Rose”
Pulizzi and Rose (PNR) bring you an hour a week of news and commentary in the world of content marketing. While marketers need to know how to get the word out about what they are doing, they must have a base to start with. That is where content marketing comes in.
This podcast is helpful because they find the biggest news stories and trends for you and then break them down how they see them. They don’t pull punches and will happily tell you when something is good and when it sucks.