Top 8 Must-Listen Podcasts in 2023

Marketers are like sponges — we absorb information. And one of the best places to get that information is podcasts. There are so many podcasts that offer unique perspectives, marketing insights, and killer info that it can be hard to keep track. Here are our favorite podcasts to add to your queue ASAP. 

Content Logistics

Calling all marketers! This podcast is one you won’t want to miss. Hosted by Camille Trent, the Director of Content & Community at PeerSignal, Content Logistics dives deep into what makes a content engine chug — and how it drives revenue. 

The Cutting Room

Tommy Walker talks shop with some of marketing’s leading voices to discover what makes their content tick. Tommy leads conversations with top B2B marketers, from editorial directors to founders, live on stream, but you can still catch up on previous episodes. Fun and engaging, this podcast makes it easy to stay in the know. 

Perpetual Traffic Podcast

Podcast hosts Ralph Burns from Tier 11 and Kasim Aslam of Solutions 8 team up to provide listeners with expertise on trending marketing techniques and killer insights on how to grow leads (and close sales) through paid traffic. Whether you’re a brand new marketer or a seasoned marketing expert, you’ll love their candid conversations on harnessing the commercial power of social media and search engines to re-energize your marketing strategies. 

Content Bounce House

This podcast is amazing, and, yes, we totally know we’re biased. But here’s the thing. If you love candid conversations with boots-on-the-ground content marketing wizards, you’ll also think this podcast is amazing. Hosted by Verblio’s own Ryan Sargent, Content Bounce House takes a curious approach when dissecting how the sausage gets made by taking a closer look at the inner workings of marketing teams. 

Creator Club

When it comes to social media marketing, Katie Steckly knows a thing or two. (And if you’re having a tough time distributing content on social media, trust me here. Give it a listen.) From tips on how to be consistent on Instagram, psychic predictions on this year’s big marketing platform, and tricks for staying motivated, Katie tackles hot topics on a weekly cadence so that you can always stay up to date with the latest social media trends. 

Yes, and Marketing

Hosted by Verblio’s Steve Pockross, Yes, and Marketing allows for engaging conversations with marketers to keep a finger on the pulse of upcoming trends, branding techniques, and effective management techniques. Previous interviews strike up conversations with Douglas Burdett, Lily Ray, Jimmy Daly, Ken Marshall, and Kait Creamer.

This Old Marketing

Joe Pulizzi and Robert Rose dig into the impact content marketing can have on a business in This Old Marketing. If you’re on the hunt for growth marketing tactics and retention insights, add this to your listening line-up today. The podcast covers the latest content marketing trends and current industry headlines while providing practical insights in under sixty minutes.

That’s Marketing, Baby

Co-hosted by Jess Cook and Susan Wenograd, That’s Marketing, Baby is chock-full of marketing goodness. It’s fun. It’s honest. And it’s filled with tips and tricks to make your marketing easier and more effective. (Hello, repurposing content and splicing data where it counts.) You’ll love listening to these marketing powerhouses talk week after week.

Let’s face it, if you’re not listening to marketing podcasts this year, you’re missing out. Kick your marketing up a notch with advice from these heavy-hitters, and when you’re ready to scale your content, talk to Verblio.

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Rachel Ghazel

Rachel is a content marketer by day and moonlights as a children’s author. She's managed millions of words at marketing agencies and written nearly as many. If you don’t see her color-coding her to-do list, she’s probably dusting her dictionary collection or drifting through the library stacks.

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