Join host Corey Haines as he explores marketing in all its facets and dimensions through conversations with honest marketers, entrepreneurs, and even people who don't consider themselves marketers at all. This podcast will help you get out of your echo chamber and create unique marketing by learning from vastly different types of people, strategies, and industries.
Madhav Bhandari — Affiliate Marketing for B2B SaaS, Hiring vs Outsourcing, and Budget Allocation
Madhav leads marketing at Bonsai and previously worked for Hubstaff and Close. He’s also the host of the Remote Marketing Podcast.
Kevan Lee — Transparency, Integrations as Marketing, and Scaling From $5M to $20M+ ARR
Kevan is the VP of Marketing at Polly and was previously the VP of Marketing at Buffer.
Sean Cannell — YouTube Secrets, Storytelling Hooks, and Personal Media Empires
Sean is a YouTuber with 1M+ subscribers, founder of Think Media, and host of the Video Influencers podcast.
Jay Clouse — Creating a Top 1% Podcast, Community as Culture, and Unfair Advantages in Distribution
Jay is the host of Creative Elements and co-host of Upside. He's also the founder of Freelancing School and Unreal Collective, which was acquired by SPI Media.
Ramli John — User Onboarding, Product-Led Growth, and Prolific Podcasting
Ramli is the Managing Director of ProductLed, author of the book EUREKA, and the host of the Growth Marketing Today podcast.
SaraNoSocks — Earning Trust, Streamlining Podcasting, and No-Code Education
Sara (AKA SaraNoSocks) is a creator, designer, and community-builder.
Corey IS Marketing
This is the single best podcast on marketing. Not only is Corey an incredible host go some brilliant marketers, but he himself is one of the best. Highly recommend this to anyone even remotely interested in marketing!
Great marketer and podcast
I don't listen to a lot of marketing podcasts becuase let's be honest, they're usually bad. But when Corey launched his new podcast I knew I had to check it out. Glad I did!
Actionable & thought provoking
The episode with Jay Acunzo is my favorite so far. Actionable tips on how to use storytelling to build rapport with your audience. The insights go beyond just podcasting but how to differentiate and stand out in your customers mind.