5 Social Media Marketing Podcasts Worth Listening to

And since I have come across so many fantastic options, I decided to put together a post dedicated solely to some of the best social media and marketing podcasts out there. From Instagram to Pinterest, these are the podcasts for social platforms you need to download and listen to next.

Hashtag Authentic

Hosted by

Sara Tasker

What is it about?

Instagram expert Sara Tasker wants to help you succeed in the online marketing space – however, she is not going to tell you how to fit into an existing mould. Tasker’s podcast focuses on growth that is true to who you are and your aesthetic. Each week, Hashtag Authentic features interviews with influential creatives on topics less frequently touched on in other podcasts, like “going raw” in Instagram Stories and how colour psychology ties in with branding.

Which episode should I listen to first?

“Creating irresistible imaginative Instagram imagery, with Dasha Pears”. Pears, a photographer and art director, reveals how burnout led her to pursue photography. She also provides insight into how to avoid comparisons to other Instagram accounts, and why the most effective imagery is uncertain and surprising.

Manly Pinterest Tips

Hosted by

Jell Sieh

What is it about?

Billed as “adding testosterone one pin at a time,” Manly Pinterest Tips is for dudes that are on the quest to pinning success. Each episode is stylised to feel like a blockbuster Hollywood film, filled with actionable tips, interviews, and information from start to finish about Pinterest. Sieh wants to help men find the content they are looking for on Pinterest, and is a pro at getting through the smoky eye tutorials and wedding dresses to better understand using promoted pins and engaging your following.

Which episode should I listen to first

“How to be creative consistently”. This minisode answers a question Sieh received on a forum about how to be creative consistently. Sieh lists out his top five tactics, from mind dumps to scheduling downtime, that help him think up new ideas and bring them to life.

Perpetual Traffic

Hosted by

Ralph Burns and Molly Pittman

What is it about?

Perpetual Traffic is perfectly tilted, putting the focus on how to grow a business using paid traffic. Simple, to the point, and not all that frequently covered in the marketing podcast space.

Which episode should I listen to first?

“Why Facebook Traffic is NOT your problem”. Guest Tanner Larson joins co host Ralph in this episode, which offers up tips for how to increase revenue without more site traffic. Huh? Facebook ads may help accelerate site traffic, but there Larson and Burns reveal why it matters to drop the front-end focus to find more ways to earn traffic and grow a business.

The Social Media Pubcast

Hosted by

Jon Loomer

What is it about?

Host and self described “accidental marketer,” Jon Loomer invites digital marketing’s biggest experts to join him for a pint and plenty of conversation in The Social Media Pubcast. At the PPub, the drinks are cool and the chats are even cooler, covering everything from Facebook ads to what it means to be relevant in social media.

Which episode should I listen to first?

“How I write a blog post”. What do I write about and how do I do it? Even the most influential bloggers ask themselves this question from time to time. Loomer provides a step by step guide to how he blogs, the values of feedback in the creative process, and how to take the guesswork out of the introduction for a blog post.

Marketing Over Coffee

Hosted by 

John Wall and Christopher Penn

What is it about?

From the pub to the coffee shop, hosts John Wall and Christopher Penn chat over coffee each week about what is new in marketing. Anyone in this space can tell you first-hand that it moves pretty fast, but Marketing Over Coffee may move even faster. The pair do a great job at keeping their audience up to speed, with episodes packed with plenty of noteworthy news, covering everything from Dreamforce conferences to Super Bowl advertising.

Which episode should I listen to first?

“Fearing Taylor Swift,. Yes, that is actually the episode’s title. No, its not about being afraid of Taylor Swift. A hodgepodge of topics are covered here including the celebration of Singles Day, going incognito online, and attempting to figure out how the bot network works. All in a day’s work.

There are plenty more business podcasts worth your time, but these five are the ones I found the most valuable.

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