17 podcasts about marketing, tech & personal growth

Would you rather listen than read to learn? In this article, we collect 17 inspiring and diverse podcasts with the help of the Frankwatching community. Marketing, social media and tech, but also entrepreneurship, HR and personal growth are discussed. Put on an episode while cooking or enjoying Christmas dinner, a refreshing walk or just on the couch by the fireplace. Do you have a listening tip yourself? Please share it in the comments below this article.

1. Social Stories

Do you target young people with your product or service? In Social Stories, host Patricia van Liemt talks with various experts about how Millennials and Gen Z use social media platforms such as Snapchat for news consumption and shopping, among other things.

2. I know your password

Perhaps the title of this brand new podcast sounds familiar to you from the book of the same name by tech journalist Daniël Verlaan. In monthly podcast episodes, he explores true (and almost unbelievable) stories about hacking, cybercrime, and phishing. Exciting, but deadly serious and educational at the same time.

3. Social Minds

In Social Minds you don’t hear buzzwords, jargon of fluff, is the promise. Hosts Eve Young and Calum Macleod interview major brands such as TikTok and Zalando in their episodes. And talk about the latest social media developments and trends. Little time? Every two weeks the hosts talk to you in special Social in Six-episodes in fifteen minutes about the six most important social updates of that moment.

4. Create podcast

At the request of Frankwatching, Rutger Steenbergen investigated the possible revenue models that are now available for podcasting. Before that, he talked to Nico Oud from Springcast (podcast hosting). And that couldn’t help but become a podcast episode. Highly recommended if you’re making your own podcast.

5. Growth by Benthe podcast

“The podcast about marketing, in which I share practical tips and tricks with you, so that you can grow with your company,” Benthe Bemelman opens her podcast episode about email marketing. In this podcast she shares her golden tips and systems about online marketing, strategy and entrepreneurship and she teaches you how to make marketing fun.

6. Growth food for entrepreneurs

In this podcast Gerhard te Velde interviews entrepreneurs, authors and other experts in the field of entrepreneurship. The episodes are full of inspiration, insights and practical tips. Not only for business growth, but also personal development.

7. FairBinding

A podcast aimed at HR managers, communication employees, entrepreneurs and recruiters. In short, anyone engaged in recruiting staff. Podcast host Arthur Wensveen talks to interesting people who contribute to knowledge about HR, recruitment and labor market communication from other fields.

8. Customer Engagement

Do you deal with customer contact? Then our own Customer Engagement podcast in collaboration with Obi4wan is highly recommended. In this, Levi Witbaard talks to the most progressive customer contact professionals from well-known B2C and B2B brands about their vision on customer contact. And you will learn how to make the optimal combination between data, processes, people and technology.

9. Media Unscripted (EN)

In this recently launched fortnightly podcast from Global Media Network FIPP, major media players (from BBC to Clubhouse and beyond) provide insight into their passions, opinions, personal experiences. And they share their professional insights. They kick off the first episode with none other than Aarthi Ramamurthy, Head of International at Clubhouse.

10. Listening To The Future

The name says it all, in Listening To The Future Jarno Duursma and his guests give a glimpse into the future. And specifically through the lens of digital technology, with an optimistic but also critical view. What developments are there? Topics such as deepfakes, the metaverse and artificial intelligence are discussed, among others.

11. Daily Business Boost

Are you an entrepreneur and could you use some motivation or inspiration? In this daily podcast (or actually live show on LinkedIn) Aramik Garabidian takes you into the entrepreneurial world. In the show, he shares tips in the field of online marketing, social media and networking, to help your business grow every day. With almost 400 (!) episodes, there is more than enough listening material to choose from.

12. De RetailTrends Podcast

It’s not a difficult mystery what this podcast is about. In the episodes, well-known retailers of brands such as Wehkamp, ​​HEMA and fonQ are questioned about highlights, blunders and obstacles from their career. For example, CTO Anneke Keller explains how they use data and A/B testing at Wehkamp to approach customers in a more personal way. For example with size recommendations and further personalization of the website.

13. The Less Work Podcast

As enjoyable as your work is, for many people ‘working less’ probably sounds like music to their ears. This podcast by work-life platform Intermediair answers questions that people struggle with in their career. Such as ‘How do we maintain the freedom of working from home?’ and ‘How can you work smarter so that you have more time for fun things?’

14. The New Money | BNR

A somewhat strange duck in the bite, but nevertheless a must according to the Frankwatching community. In 10 episodes of this documentary podcast, filmmaker Reinjan Prakke talks about money with experts for a total of 5.5 hours. That starts with his own crypto bubble, which he saw burst in early 2018. In the podcast Reinjan explores the future of our monetary system and the role of cryptocurrencies. His goal? “Make sure listeners understand a lot more about our money system after ten episodes.” (Source: The Stentor)

15. The University of the Netherlands Podcast

Not every episode of the University of the Netherlands Podcast is equally relevant if you want to learn more about marketing and communication. But I don’t want to keep this Dutch Podcast Award-winning show about tech and science from you. Twice a week, scientists answer a provocative (but serious) question in fifteen minutes. In an understandable way and sometimes with a bit of humor. Think of questions like ‘Do you want botox sooner because you’re on Instagram?’, ‘How do social media influence our political choices?’ and ‘Can the Internet be saved?’ There is also a Flemish variant: The University of Flanders Podcast.

16. More and more fun

More and more fun is a brand new podcast from soChicken, a platform that once (in 2004) started as a podcast. Full of easy-to-apply tips to make your life more fun. Who says no to that? In the first episode, founder Jelle Hermus talks with his good friend Sarra Wijnmaalen about how to deal positively with periods in which all kinds of things (beyond your control) change. An appropriate topic at this time.

17. The Psychology of Success Podcast

Finally, a tip in the personal development category. The Psychology of Success is an inspiring podcast in which Albert Sonnevelt and Tonny Loorbach answer questions from listeners on a weekly basis. These can be about personal development, happiness, limiting thoughts, breaking through patterns, challenges and obstacles in your life. But also about the growth of entrepreneurs and companies.

Need even more podcast tips? Then take a look at this list with 19 inspiring podcasts about (content) marketing, which we shared earlier. And here’s another list of 18 podcast tips.

I wish you many inspiring listening sessions!

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