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Podcast Junkies was born out of a genuine interest in and curiosity for this growing league of podcast hosts. It's hosted by Harry Duran. It features wide-ranging, authentic and sometimes candid interviews with this family of voices behind the microphone. The shows themselves cover a variety of topics such as Business, Finance Entrepreneurism, History, Comedy, Storytelling and more. Podcast Junkies explores the motivations behind the podcast's inception and allows the listener to connect on a more personal level with some of their favorite hosts.

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    • 4.9 • 109 Ratings

Podcast Junkies was born out of a genuine interest in and curiosity for this growing league of podcast hosts. It's hosted by Harry Duran. It features wide-ranging, authentic and sometimes candid interviews with this family of voices behind the microphone. The shows themselves cover a variety of topics such as Business, Finance Entrepreneurism, History, Comedy, Storytelling and more. Podcast Junkies explores the motivations behind the podcast's inception and allows the listener to connect on a more personal level with some of their favorite hosts.

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    Donna Loughlin - Manifesting Up: The Desire to Tell Stories That Aren’t Being Told

    Donna Loughlin - Manifesting Up: The Desire to Tell Stories That Aren’t Being Told

    Episode SummaryAward-winning storyteller, PR influencer and podcast host, Donna Loughlin, joins the show to talk about the insatiable need for human-to-human connection, manifesting what you want in life, and her desire to tell stories that aren’t being told through her podcast, Before It Happened. Today, Harry and Donna discuss a wide variety of topics ranging from her experiences flying planes and driving race cars to her journalism career to the fascinating conversations she’s been able to have with guests on her podcast.
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    Key Takeaways06:42 – Donna Loughlin joins the show to discuss her innate sense of adventure and her love of flying planes and racing cars
    14:04 – Donna’s experience at the Skip Barber Racing School and the power of constant stream of learning
    24:17 – Launching a business and starting a family simultaneously and the impact the war between Russia and Ukraine has had on Donna’s family
    30:36 – Donna recalls fearing for her life as a journalist
    36:07 – Donna reflects on some of the intriguing conversations she’s had on her podcast, Before It Happened
    41:49 – How Donna has grown as a podcast host and interviewer
    50:57 – Something Donna has changed her mind about recently
    51:53 – Harry thanks Donna for joining the show and let’s listeners know where they can connect with her
    Tweetable Quotes“I love slow cooking, but I love fast cars and fast planes.” (12:58) (Donna)
    “Constant stream of learning is what I think digital content is about.” (18:38) (Donna)
    “War is not only bad for people. It’s bad for the earth. It’s bad for the planet. It’s bad for sustainability. It’s bad for economics.” (29:38) (Donna)
    “I think finding the next big thing, I think that’s part of the discovery process. I’m fascinated by and read and watch a lot of things related to science and space.” (39:40) (Donna)
    “I typically look for people that are agents of change and doing something that is really facilitating change. But sometimes you just have such a good story that you just gotta slot it in there.” (47:11) (Donna)
    Resources MentionedDonna’s LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/in/donnal2/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/donnal2/)
    LMGPR – https://www.lmgpr.com/ (https://www.lmgpr.com/)
    Donna’s Podcast:
    Before It Happened – https://www.beforeithappened.com/ (https://www.beforeithappened.com/)
    Before It Happened Twitter – https://twitter.com/theBIHpodcast (https://twitter.com/theBIHpodcast)
    Before It Happened Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/beforeithappenedshow/ (https://www.instagram.com/beforeithappenedshow/)
    Before It Happened Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/beforeithappened (https://www.facebook.com/beforeithappened)
    Barbarella IMDB – https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0062711/ (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0062711/)
    Podcast Junkies Website: https://www.podcastjunkies.com/ (podcastjunkies.com)
    Podcast Junkies YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/Podcastjunkies/ (https://www.youtube.com/c/Podcastjunkies/)
    Podcast Junkies Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/podcastjunkiesjunkies/ (https://www.facebook.com/groups/podcastjunkiesjunkies/)
    Podcast Junkies Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/podcastjunkies (https://www.facebook.com/podcastjunkies)
    Podcast Junkies Twitter: https://twitter.com/podcast_junkies (https://twitter.com/podcast_junkies)
    Podcast Junkies LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/podcastjunkies (https://www.linkedin.com/company/podcastjunkies)
    The Podosphere: https://www.thepodosphere.com/ (https://www.thepodosphere.com/)
    Podcast Index, Value4Value and NewPodcastApps: https://podcastindex.org/ (https://podcastindex.org/)
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    • 51 min
    Sam Sethi - Self-Deprecation, Sarcasm & Creating Communities Through Podcasting

    Sam Sethi - Self-Deprecation, Sarcasm & Creating Communities Through Podcasting

    Episode SummaryAward-winning radio presenter and Host of Podland News, Sam Sethi, joins the show to discuss the numerous entrepreneurial projects he’s worked on throughout his career, including the work he’s currently doing at River Radio. Today, Harry and Sam share in an engaging dialogue focusing on Sam’s tech journey, his transition to angel investing and other entrepreneurial pursuits, and the overall direction of the podcasting industry.
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    Key Takeaways06:42 – Entrepreneur Sam Sethi joins the show to discuss the inspiration behind launching TechCrunch Europe and his natural curiosity
    11:53 – The self-deprecating, sarcastic and thirsty Brits
    17:55 – Sam’s fondest memory of early tech
    21:42 – From Netscape to Microstrategy and Sam’s experience with Michael Saylor
    26:23 – Transitioning to angel investing and other entrepreneurial projects
    34:08 – The origin story of River Radio
    38:05 – What keeps Sam driven and motivated
    42:49 – The Wine Keller and Viral Tribe
    49:24 – Sam provides his thoughts on the overall health and future of the podcasting industry
    54:27 – The most misunderstood thing about Sam and something he’s changed his mind about recently
    58:58 – Harry thanks Sam for joining the show and let’s listeners know where they can connect with him
    Tweetable Quotes“I think British people are very sarcastic as well. That’s one thing the Americans can quite get from us unless they’ve been in the company of Brits for a while. So, we have three traits. We are self-deprecating, sarcastic and we drink like a fish.” (12:10) (Sam)
    “The businesses I did after came about by chance. I sold a business to Topshop, which is a female clothing retailer aimed at teenagers in the UK. It came out of my daughter's need to find cheap clothing from her budget that we gave her. She was trying to maximize her budget and I thought, ‘I can write a real-time pricing tracker for her.’ So, I did. And out of that came another business.” (32:39) (Sam)
    “We’re not a music radio station. We’re more of a talk radio station. We have shows on wine, parenting, books. So, we don’t expect someone to listen seven to seven. They dip in and dip out. It means we can build communities and tribes within each show.” (39:05) (Sam)
    “I get bored quickly. Three years is probably the limit of my interest in something. If it’s not continuously moving forward, if it stagnates after two or three years, I’ll move on.” (41:32) (Sam)
    “I think PR companies and brand agencies are beginning to wake up to the potential reach and the vertical communities that are being created around podcasts.” (51:04) (Sam)
    Resources MentionedSam’s LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/in/samsethi?originalSubdomain=uk (https://www.linkedin.com/in/samsethi?originalSubdomain=uk)
    Sam’s Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/samtalkstechnology/?hl=en (https://www.instagram.com/samtalkstechnology/?hl=en)
    Sam’s Twitter – https://twitter.com/samsethi?lang=en (https://twitter.com/samsethi?lang=en)
    Wine Keller – https://www.winekeller.com/ (https://www.winekeller.com/)
    TechCrunch Europe – https://techcrunch.com/europe/ (https://techcrunch.com/europe/)
    River Radio – https://river.radio/ (https://river.radio/)
    Podland News – https://www.podland.news/ (https://www.podland.news/)
    Sam’s Podcast:
    Sam Talks Technology – https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/sam-talks-technology-761256 (https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/sam-talks-technology-761256)
    Podland News – https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/podland-news-1566455 (https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/podland-news-1566455)
    Books Mentioned:
    Steve Jobs – https://www.amazon.com/Steve-Jobs-Walter-Isaacson-audiobook/dp/B07ZMKXMTG/ref=sr_1_1?crid=D624TGQBC1KYandkeywords=steve+jobs+walter+isaacsonandqid=1654782252and

    • 1 hr 5 min
    Chris Martinez - Mexican Wrestling & Hidden Gems in Remote Teams Telling the Whole Story

    Chris Martinez - Mexican Wrestling & Hidden Gems in Remote Teams Telling the Whole Story

    Episode SummaryChris Martinez, Founder of DUDE Agency and host of the Operation Agency Freedom podcast, joins the show to discuss the work his agency does in web development and design and funnel building and his affinity for Mexican wrestling. Today, Chris and Harry talk about Chris’ entrepreneurial journey, finding hidden gem talent in a remote work setting, and the importance of embracing connection and telling the whole story.
    Episode SponsorFocusrite –http://pcjk.es/focusrite ( )http://pcjk.es/vocaster (http://pcjk.es/vocaster)
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    Key Takeaways06:26 – Entrepreneur and podcaster, Chris Martinez, joins the show to discuss his passion for Mexican wrestling and what inspired him to launch DUDE Agency
    14:44 – The desire to become an entrepreneur and the conflicting feelings that ensued
    18:23 – The origin story of DUDE Agency and lessons learned from launching an agency
    22:16 – Mentors who have provided sound leadership to Chris, unique selling propositions and what DUDE Agency specializes in
    26:25 – Chris’ podcasting origin story
    33:02 – Rethinking remote work and finding hidden gems of talent in unexpected places
    41:48 – Chris’ growth as a podcast host and the importance of connection
    50:00 – Something Chris has changed his mind about recently and the most misunderstood thing about him
    53:53 – Harry thanks Chris for joining the show and let’s listeners know where they can connect with him and learn more about DUDE Agency
    Tweetable Quotes“It actually took a while to embrace the idea of calling myself an entrepreneur. I kinda remember being afraid of telling people that. For some reason there was an intimidation with that role.” (17:51) (Chris)
    “I think that we are going through an evolution in the Agency space. Leadership is so important. You have to learn how to lead a team otherwise you won’t survive this latest evolution.” (21:58) (Chris)
    “‘D’ stands for ‘Dream Team.’ ‘U’ stands for ‘Unstick Your Processes.’ ‘D’ stands for ‘Discover and Develop.’ And then ‘E’ stands for ‘Earn and Exit.’” (26:03) (Chris)
    “This is one thing that’s interesting about agency people is we will always find a new way to leverage technology to find our ideal clients.” (31:36) (Chris)
    “What COVID did for us in a good way is we said, ‘Ok, we’re all remote anyways. Instead of just trying to hire people in Tijuana, Mexico, let’s see if we can find people in other parts of the country.’ And so, then our team really started to expand.” (34:22) (Chris)
    “I think, from a hosting perspective, I really try to shift the interviews to finding something unique that this person can say. And I also only want to have people that I align with in terms of values on the show now.” (42:02) (Chris)
    Resources MentionedChris’ LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/in/chrismartinez13/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/chrismartinez13/)
    Chris’ Website – https://dudeagency.io/ (https://dudeagency.io/)
    DUDE Agency LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/company/dude-agency/ (https://www.linkedin.com/company/dude-agency/)
    DUDE Agency Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/dudeagency.io/?hl=en (https://www.instagram.com/dudeagency.io/?hl=en)
    DUDE Agency Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/dudeagency/ (https://www.facebook.com/dudeagency/)
    Chris’ Podcast:
    Operation Agency Freedom – https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/operation-agency-freedom-the-1-podcast-for-digital/id1461800717 (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/operation-agency-freedom-the-1-podcast-for-digital/id1461800717)
    Podcast Junkies Website: https://www.podcastjunkies.com/ (podcastjunkies.com)
    Podcast Junkies YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/Podcastjunkies/ (https://www.youtube.com/c/Podcastjunkies/)
    Podcast Junkies Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/podcastjunkiesjunkies/ (https://www.facebook.com/groups/podcastjunkiesjunkies/)
    Podcast Junkie

    • 57 min
    Lindsay Tjepkema - Making a Podcast the Nucleus of Your Marketing Strategy

    Lindsay Tjepkema - Making a Podcast the Nucleus of Your Marketing Strategy

    Episode SummaryLindsay Tjepkema is the CEO and co-founder of Casted, the first Amplified Marketing Platform and the only audio and video podcast solution designed for enterprise marketers. Today, Lindsay and Harry touch on adapting business practices in the midst of a pandemic, how to create compelling content, and what it means to provide value and enhance the podcasting industry for B2B marketers. Lindsay shouts out mentors who have helped shape her career arc and what Casted looks for in prospective clients.
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    Key Takeaways06:26 – Lindsay Tjepkema, CEO and co-founder of Casted, joins the show to discuss her passion for marketing, running her own company, and her podcast origin story
    11:10 – Learning how to create compelling content and the inspiration to launch Casted
    16:02 – Providing value and enhancing the podcasting industry for B2B marketers and building a stellar team
    24:01 – The workflow of Casted, distribution of content and tracking URLs
    34:37 – How Lindsay helps podcasters expand the conversation outside of the episode
    36:41 – Lindsay’s growth as a podcast host and mentors who have impacted her career trajectory
    44:34 – Adjusting to business life during a pandemic and fostering an empathetic and understanding culture
    48:44 – Something Lindsay has changed her mind about recently and what excites her most about the future of podcasting
    52:15 – Casted’s ideal prospective client
    52:48 – Harry thanks Lindsay for joining the show and let’s listeners know where they can connect with her and learn more about Casted
    Tweetable Quotes“I’m not constantly tinkering. I don’t have a thousand business ideas. I have lived experience. And I lived as a B2B marketer for fifteen years. I’ve seen it from every angle. I’ve seen things go well and things not go well. I’ve seen the shiny new objects, the new platforms and the new channels. The one thing that’s always been true to me is human connection. So it was that that innately told me that podcasting and video are good.” (14:17) (Lindsay)
    “We integrate with different CRMs, different CMS, with different marketing automation platforms with the B2B marketer in mind. Where are they working now? Where are their teams working? What are they already using that we need to flow into, pull from, push to to make their lives easier and help them get maximum value out of the creative work they’re doing?” (26:30) (Lindsay)
    “You need to slow down in order to generate better results. You need to focus on creating really great content, which is probably going to come at the cost of quantity. Better quality, even if it comes at the cost of quantity, can make it really good. But then that’s where this approach of amplification comes into play. Take the time to get really intentional about creating something meaningful.” (28:41) (Lindsay)
    “It’s not just about the show, it’s about what was said. It’s about everything in it. It’s about the content that’s there. And then, that’s where you get to get really creative as a marketer around what else am I gonna do with it. How am I gonna use it in lots of different ways to build those connections?” (36:09) (Lindsay)
    “One thing that I’ve been advocating for and that we at Casted have been advocating for is that podcasting should be the center [of your marketing strategy]. Your podcast should be the middle and your audio and video content should be the nucleus of everything else you’re doing and we’re starting to see that.” (51:56) (Lindsay)
    Resources MentionedPodfest Expo Virtual Summit –https://podfestexpo.com/ ( https://podfestexpo.com/)
    Podcast Index Social Mastodon – https://podcastindex.social/about (https://podcastindex.social/about)
    Podcasting 2.0 Podcast –...

    • 53 min
    Mathew Passy - Storytelling & Connecting with Audiences Over Corporatization in Podcasts

    Mathew Passy - Storytelling & Connecting with Audiences Over Corporatization in Podcasts

    Episode SummaryMathew Passy is a professional podcast consultant. Actually, he’s The Podcast Consultant who helps brands, small businesses and individuals use podcasts and podcast advertising to connect with smart and engaged audiences. Today, Mathew and Harry engage in a dialogue about Mathew’s background in audio and why there’s still a major competition between the radio and podcasting industries. They talk about cryptocurrency and the decentralization of finance, the corporatization of podcasts, and the work Mathew is doing in localized content.
    Episode SponsorFocusrite –http://pcjk.es/focusrite ( )http://pcjk.es/vocaster (http://pcjk.es/vocaster)
    FullCast –https://fullcast.co/ ( https://fullcast.co/)
    Key Takeaways06:32 – Mathew Passy joins the show to discuss everything from vertical farming and Covid-19, to Joe Rogan and selling sponsorships before launch
    19:41 – Mathew’s podcast origin story and how he went from a Production Associate at The Wall Street Journal to a podcast consultant
    32:01 – The rich history of radio and why the industry still clashes with podcasts
    37:19 – Mathew recalls the most memorable moments of his time working in radio
    40:30 – Cryptocurrency, NFTs and decentralization of finance
    43:23 – Discovering the podcasting community
    49:32 – Corporatization of podcasts and how to keep that niche feeling
    52:47 – The work Mathew is doing in localized content
    56:30 – Something Mathew has changed his mind about recently and the most misunderstood thing about him
    59:00 – Harry thanks Mathew for joining the show and let’s listeners know where they can connect with him and learn more about The Podcast Consultant
    Tweetable Quotes“So many people that I talk to in this space ask, ‘How many episodes do I need before I can approach a sponsor?’ None. It’s hard. You have to know what you’re doing. You have to know people. You have to have relationships. People have to trust you. But there’s no minimum for selling an ad. You just have to be smart, savvy, committed and confident.” (18:06) (Mathew)
    “I always found podcasting interesting because it’s basically the same thing [as radio] but without the restrictions of Broadcasting, and the FCC, and time limits, and all that nonsense.” (26:43) (Mathew)
    “The problem is people in radio think that radio is the end all be all, the same way that people in broadcast television think that broadcast television is the end all be all. And what they don’t understand is that it’s not about the technology or the delivery system.” (35:06) (Mathew)
    “I’m a big fan of the idea of localized content. I think that is a space that needs deep exploration.” (52:50) (Mathew)
    Resources MentionedPodcast Junkies Website: https://www.podcastjunkies.com/ (podcastjunkies.com)
    Podcast Junkies YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/Podcastjunkies/ (https://www.youtube.com/c/Podcastjunkies/)
    Podcast Junkies Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/podcastjunkiesjunkies/ (https://www.facebook.com/groups/podcastjunkiesjunkies/)
    Podcast Junkies Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/podcastjunkies (https://www.facebook.com/podcastjunkies)
    Podcast Junkies Twitter: https://twitter.com/podcast_junkies (https://twitter.com/podcast_junkies)
    Podcast Junkies LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/podcastjunkies (https://www.linkedin.com/company/podcastjunkies)
    The Podosphere: https://www.thepodosphere.com/ (https://www.thepodosphere.com/)
    Podcast Index, Value4Value and NewPodcastApps: https://podcastindex.org/ (https://podcastindex.org/)
    Mathew’s LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/in/mathewpassy/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/mathewpassy/)
    Mathew’s Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/ThePodcastConsultant/ (https://www.facebook.com/ThePodcastConsultant/)
    Mathew’s Twitter – https://twitter.com/MathewPassy (https://twitter.com/MathewPassy)
    Mathew’s Podcasts:
    CausePods –https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/causepods/id1398644299...

    • 58 min
    Brenden Mulligan - From Founding Startups to Problem-Solving For Podcasters

    Brenden Mulligan - From Founding Startups to Problem-Solving For Podcasters

    Episode SummaryBrenden Mulligan is an entrepreneur who cut his teeth in the music industry before going on to become co-founder of startups such as Onesheet, Cluster Labs, LaunchKit, Elevate, and PodPage, to name a few. Brenden shares these experiences on today’s episode and speaks to his passion for problem-solving and building products that customers love. Brenden and Harry discuss Brenden’s time at Google, what he has learned from multiple startup exits, and the current trajectory and state of the podcast industry.
    Episode SponsorFocusrite –http://pcjk.es/focusrite ( )http://pcjk.es/vocaster (http://pcjk.es/vocaster)
    FullCast –https://fullcast.co/ ( https://fullcast.co/)
    Key Takeaways06:32 – Brenden Mulligan shares his experience in the ‘traditional’ music industry and what inspired him to make a career shift to tech
    13:37 – Building the dashboard, Artist Data
    20:01 – An entrepreneurial mindset and launching multiple products
    24:38 – Life at Google, Frontline Foods and Elevate
    29:24 – The origin of PodPage and the most interesting thing Brenden has learned from the podcast industry
    38:58 – The importance of SEO (Search Optimization Engine)
    46:01 – Value for value
    49:10 – Brenden speaks to the results of ramping up his marketing efforts
    55:29 – Something Brenden has changed his mind about recently and the most misunderstood thing about him
    57:12 – Harry thanks Brenden for joining the show and let’s listeners know where they can connect with him and learn more about PodPage
    Tweetable Quotes“What I started hearing and seeing and experiencing was, as the digital music world was growing, how hard it was for musicians to interact with it. And so, I ended up leaving the traditional music industry to build software tools for musicians.” (08:07) (Brenden)
    “I would be speaking at these music conferences and the drum that we would beat was, ‘Direct connection with your listeners. Do not go through platforms as your only way of reaching them.’ Okay, what’s the best way to do direct connection? Email us, put it on your website. How do I build a website? And so I ended up building OneSheet, which was a turnkey website builder for musicians.” (21:19) (Brenden)
    “I launched, I think, twelve companies, and all of them failed, except PodPage. Most of them didn’t even have a shot to succeed. I just gave myself the total flexibility to just have fun building again and get that muscle back. And I also helped other startups just as a fun way of networking and getting back in the startup world.” (29:03) (Brenden)
    “In my opinion, Spotify is the only player in the entire podcasting space that are trying to break what’s special about podcasts. Spotify is actively trying to get you to not allow other people to listen unless you listen on Spotify.” (44:05) (Brenden)
    “The way that we typically work is we try as hard as possible to use third-party tools that are solving a problem really well. I really want to focus on just building the best website. That’s it.” (47:31) (Brenden)
    “Organic growth and podcasters selling podcasters is by far our best source of new customers.” (53:12) (Brenden)
    Resources MentionedPodcast Junkies Website: https://www.podcastjunkies.com/ (podcastjunkies.com)
    Podcast Junkies YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/Podcastjunkies/ (https://www.youtube.com/c/Podcastjunkies/)
    Podcast Junkies Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/podcastjunkiesjunkies/ (https://www.facebook.com/groups/podcastjunkiesjunkies/)
    Podcast Junkies Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/podcastjunkies (https://www.facebook.com/podcastjunkies)
    Podcast Junkies Twitter: https://twitter.com/podcast_junkies (https://twitter.com/podcast_junkies)
    Podcast Junkies LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/podcastjunkies (https://www.linkedin.com/company/podcastjunkies)
    The Podosphere: https://www.thepodosphere.com/ (https://www.thepodosphere.com/)
    Podcast Index, Value4Value and NewPodcastApps

    • 57 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
109 Ratings

109 Ratings

@kimstewinspired ,

Junkies unite!

As a podcast junkie binge-ing all the shows, I love hearing Harry interview the coolest guests, especially women like Lauren Popish (#270) and Racheal Cook (#250), who are paving the way for us gals behind the mic. Grab your earbuds and press play, you won’t be sorry!
Kim / The Podwize Group

marzulloassociates ,

Highly recommend!

As a fellow podcaster, I’m always looking for ways to get better and stay on top of the latest trends/strategies for delivering a great experience to our audience. Podcast Junkies helps me do just that!

Juana Poareo ,

Educational yet fun

Harry has some great guests on his podcast, and I especially enjoyed the Russ Johns interview. Fabulous guests with a wealth of knowledge. Highly recommended for anyone who wants to learn about anything!

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