While blog posts and books are great ways to learn more about how to sell online, podcasts have become an easy tool to use on the go. Podcasts are interviews, recordings, and stories that you can listen to on your phone or your computer. Simply put, they’ll give you a dose of inspiration, a quick lesson, or a thought-provoking story wherever you are.
And because you don’t have time to waste as an entrepreneur — and because so many of our Senders sell online – we made a list of the best podcasts to help you grow your online business.
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1. My Wife Quit Her Job Podcast
When Jennifer decided to quit her job and start her own business, Steve thought a podcast would be a great way to document their journey together. Since then, the pair has brought hundreds of online entrepreneurs’ stories to life and have shown how to bootstrap your online business from the ground up.
As the tagline of this scrappy podcast goes, “Don’t build a product. Build an experience.” And that’s exactly what Travis and Tanya do every Sunday morning. Tune in to go behind the scenes of online marketing and what it takes to build your business.
3. Open for Business from eBay and Gimlet
In its first attempt at a branded podcast, Gimlet partnered with e-commerce powerhouse eBay to bring audiences a look at what keeps entrepreneurs up at night. Combining humor, intelligence, and first-hand experiences, Open for Business seeks to tackle the questions every online store owner asks themselves: When do I quit my day job? What should I sell online? How do I tell people about my company? And most importantly, how do I convince them to invest I’m selling?
Shopify Masters does exactly what you think it would: tell you how to grow your online business and use Shopify successfully. Specifically, Shopify Masters host Felix Thea aims to help you discover product ideas, understand different e-commerce tools, and grow your online sales.
The premise of this show is pretty simple: it’s a podcast made for Etsy shop owners built by an Etsy seller. Host Ijeoma started her Etsy shop in 2013 and has since connected with hundreds of shop owners across the world. In this podcast, you’ll hear the stories behind your favorite Etsy shops as well as those you haven’t discovered yet.