75 episodes

A (mostly) tech podcast hosted by Jeff Weisbein, an entrepreneur, blogger, tech guy, marketer, and early adopter. Jeff founded BestTechie.com at the age of 13 and turned it into a successful online publication focused on technology. Each week, Jeff interviews different guests from the tech industry including founders, CEO’s, executives, journalists, and more to discuss important industry topics. New episodes released every Tuesday.

You can follow BestTechie and Jeff on Twitter:
@besttechie
@jeffweisbein Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/besttechie/support

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A (mostly) tech podcast hosted by Jeff Weisbein, an entrepreneur, blogger, tech guy, marketer, and early adopter. Jeff founded BestTechie.com at the age of 13 and turned it into a successful online publication focused on technology. Each week, Jeff interviews different guests from the tech industry including founders, CEO’s, executives, journalists, and more to discuss important industry topics. New episodes released every Tuesday.

You can follow BestTechie and Jeff on Twitter:
@besttechie
@jeffweisbein Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/besttechie/support

    CRMs are the new CMS (feat. Jason Bade)

    CRMs are the new CMS (feat. Jason Bade)

    Episode 74: Today I’m speaking with Jason Bade, co-founder & CEO at Pico, a company focused on helping digital media firms by providing a CRM-based platform for their audience. We discuss what the future of the digital media and content creation looks like, how creators should be thinking about business models, and why you need to own your own audience. Enjoy!


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    • 55 min
    The future of [remote] work (feat. Jesse Chambers)

    The future of [remote] work (feat. Jesse Chambers)

    Episode 73: Today I’m speaking with Jesse Chambers, founder & CEO at wrkfrce, a media company focused on educating people about the future of work. We discuss why remote work is the future for knowledge workers, how to separate your work and personal life when you work from home, and how employers will need to evolve to offer an effective remote work experience. Enjoy!


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    Disrupting the male-dominated eSports industry (feat. Avori Henderson)

    Disrupting the male-dominated eSports industry (feat. Avori Henderson)

    Episode 72: We spoke with Avori Henderson, professional gamer and model, she recently hosted an all-female PUBG tournament that garnered more than 135k unique views and raised over $5,000 for charity. We discuss the state of the esports industry, how the pandemic has affected gaming, what it’s like to be a professional gamer, how to handle and deal with trolls, and so much more. Enjoy!



    More about Avori

    Colorado-based Avori Henderson is a model and former pageant participant turned… gamer? From a young age, she made it her goal to model professionally. Since then she has made her dream a reality and then some, taking home three titles in the Miss America Organization. In the midst of her success as a model, she began to upload her gaming abilities online and quickly gained a fan-base as a female trailblazer in that world as a full-time video game streamer and content creator. Yes, this means she plays video games for a living! Not only has she made a name for herself in the industry, but she is also a pioneer for women in the male-dominated industry of eSports.


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    How to get started with creating and measuring content marketing (feat. Margie Agin)

    How to get started with creating and measuring content marketing (feat. Margie Agin)

    Episode 71: Today I’m speaking with Margie Agin, founder and chief strategist at Centerboard Marketing, she helps companies develop and measure content, perform market research, and get the most from inbound and influencer marketing campaigns. We discuss what you need to know before diving into content marketing, how to find relevant content topics, and how to measure whether your content is working. Enjoy!


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    • 48 min
    We need more companies that truly care about user privacy (feat. Kamyl Bazbaz)

    We need more companies that truly care about user privacy (feat. Kamyl Bazbaz)

    Episode 70: Today I’m speaking with Kamyl Bazbaz, VP, Communications at DuckDuckGo, a search engine with a focus on privacy. We discuss how companies can be profitable without tons of user data, why privacy is crucial for the health of the internet, the difference between Google and DuckDuckGo search results, and more! Enjoy!

    Also a quick programming note: we’re now recording TechieBytes podcast episodes with video as well! You can watch new video episodes on BestTechie.com. Check it out and let us know what you think! 




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    • 57 min
    It's never too early or late to think about security (feat. Ted Harrington)

    It's never too early or late to think about security (feat. Ted Harrington)

    Episode 69: Today I’m speaking with Ted Harrington, the author of the new book, Hackable: How to do Application Security Right and also Executive Partner at Independent Security Evaluators (ISE), a company made up of ethical hackers who have helped companies such as Google, Amazon, Netflix, and more fix thousands of security vulnerabilities. We discuss how both startups and established companies should think about and implement security, common security misconceptions, and what Ted is concerned about regarding the upcoming 2020 election’s security. Enjoy!

    Also if you haven’t yet, be sure to check out the relaunched BestTechie.com. We have a ton of great new content with much more on the way!

    More about Ted

    Ted Harrington is the author of HACKABLE: How to Do Application Security Right and the Executive Partner at Independent Security Evaluators (ISE), the company of ethical hackers famous for hacking cars, medical devices, and password managers. He’s helped hundreds of companies fix tens of thousands of security vulnerabilities, including Google, Amazon, Microsoft, Netflix, and more.

    Ted has helped hundreds of companies fix tens of thousands of security vulnerabilities, including Disney, Amazon, Google, Netflix, Adobe, Warner Brothers, Qualcomm, and more. For his stewardship of security research that Wired Magazine says “wins the prize, hands down,” Ted has been named both Executive of the Year by the American Business Awards and an SD Metro 40 Under 40 entrepreneur. He leads a team that started and organizes IoT Village, an event whose hacking contest is a three-time DEFCON Black Badge winner, representing the discovery of more than 300 zero-day vulnerabilities (and counting).


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Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
7 Ratings

7 Ratings

mandywiltse ,

Great interviews, great guests!

Jeff has a great rapport with his guests and offers insightful commentary leading to thought-provoking conversations. Looking forward to new episodes. Definitely worth subscribing! 👍

3LLB33 ,

My favorite podcast

Great podcast - Jeff really connects with the people he is interviewing. It is very enjoyable to listen to and the content is terrific. I look forward to new episodes - they are always interesting and entertaining.

NinjaNate116 ,

Down since day 1

I remember Jeff from his YouTube channel Best Techie. Glad to see he’s still producing content. What great interviews with wonderful people.

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