So many podcasts, so little time, even at 1.5x. Which one should you listen to next? Time to change up that feed for 2023. We asked the team here at Firebrand what they are listening to and why.
Modern Startup Marketing with Anna Furmanov
Why – you had us at startup marketing, but this season Anna is talking about creativity, a topic near to our hearts.
The Digital Agency Growth Podcast
Why – This one is more about agency life, but Dan Englander profiles the careers and motivations of some of the best in the business.
Why – Hubspot agencies like us listen to the latest trends and techniques in Hubspot land.
Why – Hear from leading CMOs about the secret sauce behind their brand.
Why – Experienced tech CMO interviews his peers about lessons learned and what makes a truly great marketing operation succeed.
Why – Tech exec and angel investor digs into what makes high-performing leaders crush “wildly ambitious” revenue goals, and the tools they use at “the bleeding edge of the modern tech stack” to get it done. ‘Nuff said.
Digital Marketing Podcast
Why – Listen to smart people talk about digital marketing with a British accent.
Duct Tape Marketing
Why – Popular marketing podcast featuring interviews with a broad range of business, marketing and agency folks.
This Old Marketing Podcast
Why – It’s like the Car Talk of content marketing with rants and raves and arguments about whether Apple should buy Disney that’s been going for about 10 years.
The PR Wine Down
Why – You bring the wine, they bring the chat about topical issues in public relations.
The Attribution Marketing Podcast
Why – Who doesn’t love experts talking about attribution? Can’t talk about that enough if you want to know what’s working.
Lots of good ideas in here to keep us inspired for 2023.
Morgan McLintic is the founder of Firebrand. With over 25 years’ experience in the tech sector, he advises clients about their marketing and PR strategy. Prior to Firebrand, he was the founder of digital communications agency, LEWIS in the US, growing it to 250 staff and $35m revenue.