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Best podcasts for achieving your 2021 New Year’s resolutions

Calling 2020 a dumpster fire is the understatement of the century. We’d like to kick this past year straight into the sun, too, but are worried 2020 might destroy it and consequently all life on earth. 

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Wondery to join Amazon Music

We’re pleased to announce that Wondery—an innovative podcast publisher with a track record of creating and producing top-rated podcasts—has signed an agreement to join Amazon Music.

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1760: Driving Your Business with Sales and Marketing and Not Your Logo Design with Michael Nemeroff Co-Founder and Co-Owner of Rush Order Tees

Michael Nemeroff is the CEO and co-founder of RushOrderTees, a technology-driven eCommerce custom apparel company.

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Podcast: Girlboss talks to entrepreneur Michelle Phan

In this episode, Girlboss talks to entrepreneur and founder of make-up subscription company Ipsy, Michelle Phan, about her journey into entrepreneurship, rebranding herself, surviving burnout, her views on business intuition, and the value of recharging to gain clarity.

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【 演講筆記整理】Podcast的內容變現模式與挑戰- TeSA知識變現年會


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11 Unique Spotify Podcasts for Entrepreneurs

If you’re among the 205 million people who listen to Spotify, you might have picked up on the buzz surrounding one of the platform’s newest audio offerings, The Michelle Obama Podcast.

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Tip: Create universal links to your podcast

With the rising popularity of podcasts, the number of platforms on which they are available is growing year on year. And if you want to cater to all listeners with any type of device, chances are you need to include several links to make it easy for them to access your show.

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15 podcasts about startups and entrepreneurship in Asia you need to follow

If you’re looking to dive into a good podcast about Asia’s startup scene, you’ve come to the right place. In this article, we’ve listed down 15 podcasts for every entrepreneur who wants to get a firm grasp on the Asian ecosystem. Let us know if we’ve missed anything!

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Podcast wars: $100 million startup Luminary launches tomorrow without Reply All or The Daily

It took less than a day for Luminary to become enemy number one of the podcast industry. Last month, on the same day that it unveiled its subscription podcast service, the company tweeted a typed-out image of a bunny holding a sign: “Podcasts don’t need ads.

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The podcast industry is growing out of its teen years — and facing a new identity struggle

Welcome to Hot Pod, a newsletter about podcasts. This is issue 199, published March 12, 2019. A tipping point.

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Here’s why we’re entering the Golden Age of Podcasts (in 10 graphs)

Podcasts have been around since at least 2004. But unlike text-based news and blogs, which have gone through waves of centralization and disruption thanks to Facebook and Google, the podcast industry has remained stubbornly decentralized.

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Podcasts Surge, but Producers Fear Apple Isn’t Listening

Steven P. Jobs put his talent as a master salesman to the test when, in 2005, he introduced new Apple software for downloading digital audio shows. The format was so incipient that he struggled to describe it. But he was clear about the potential. “It’s getting very, very exciting,” he said.

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