Do you have to commute every day to work? Here you will find 17 engaging e-commerce podcasts that will make your commuting more interesting and productive. Follow them and you will get tips, news, strategies and a great overview about the e-commerce world.
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Andrew Youderian runs this podcast in which he provides tips and strategies to help store owners boost the growth of their store. Andrew is the founder of eCommerceFuel, has a broad experience in e-commerce, and brings great guests to the podcast who add a lot of value with their insights. Episodes last around 30 minutes.
In this podcast,Steve Chou interviews successful entrepreneurs that changed their life with an online business project. Actually, Steve and his wife are great examples of that kind of achievement, since they run a successful wedding linens store. Episodes take about 50 minutes and are released weekly.
Two for one here! Hosted by Felix Thea, Shopify offers the Shopify Masters podcast that gives tips to build, launch and grow a profitable online store. Based on interviews, it gives a great insight to improve your own business. And Shopify also offers The Essential Podcast for Ambitious Entrepreneurs, a podcast based on success stories that are worth sharing.
Both are a must-listen, since Shopify is one of the main references in e-commerce.
Published every Friday, this podcast also gives tips about how to develop an e-commerce business and increase its productivity. This podcast shines because of the tutorial approach they give to every subject they talk about.
This podcast has a great vision: Work hard now and enjoy the benefits later. Another podcast with tips about how to start an online business and make it grow. Hosted by Pat, the podcast has been featured by Forbes, The New York Times, and many other online publications. You will see a new episode each week.
Started in 2012 and co-hosted by Terry Lin and Travis Marziani, both of whom run their own e-commerce business and share their insights about how to do it to get a better performance. Each episode is about 40 minutes. There have not been updated since 2015, but most of the old episodes are still up to date and an interesting way to get some advice.
Their goal is to change your mind from that of a salesman to a business owner, so you can take the next step in your e-commerce business strategy. Hosted by Austin Brawner and Ian Maier, each episode is about 50 minutes.
Hosts discuss the latest news and trends in the world of e-commerce and digital-shopper marketing. They don’t have specific dates of publications, but you will usually find more than one update per week.
Updated every two or three days, this podcast is hosted by Jim Griffith and Lee Mirabal. They usually answer questions from the listeners that likely will be very similar to your own questions. Episodes are between 15 and 30 minutes.
Interesting podcast about how to run a business. It offers great insight, such as how to find the right virtual assistant or how to use Facebook to grow your business and many other common topics that e-commerce business owners will find useful. It usually has an episode at least once a month.
Hosted by Timo Reid and specially focused on small business, the episodes offer practical marketing tips, interviews with successful business owners and questions and answers from listeners. Episodes last about an hour and we recommend that you try them if you want to refresh your marketing skills.
This podcast, hosted by Ron and Ali, features a different guest each week. The purpose is to give valuable insight to the listeners about how to sell on eBay. The guests share their experiences and even more valuable, their big fails so others can avoid repeating them. Episodes are about 35 minutes.
Though focused on Shopify, this podcast is still interesting if you use any other platform. It gives you advice about how to grow your traffic and conversions on your online store. Hosted by Kurt Elster, episodes last about 30 minutes and come in an interval of 2-10 days.
This podcast focuses on Amazon shops. Nick Landowski hosts this podcast aiming to help other business owners to make their dreams come true. Episodes come twice a week and are about 20 minutes in length.
Kunle Campbell – also included in our e-commerce influencers to follow listing – is the owner of this podcast and his episodes are so insightful. About one hour in length, episodes provide advice in an instructional tone about how to improve your e-commerce business.
Hosted by Phillip Jackson and Kalen Jordan, this podcast informs about news on Magento, gives tips about it, and also discusses the latest trends in social media and overall Internet. Episodes are about 60 minutes. There aren’t regularly scheduled updates, but you can expect at least one per month if not more.
Hosted by Grant Chen and Michael Jackness, this podcast comes three or four times per month with a good bunch of news about e-commerce. Specially focused on Amazon e-commerce, they also give advice about general business such as credit business, SEO and much more. Episodes are about 45 minutes each.
So we are done for now! As you see, e-commerce is a really vibrant sector. Indeed every week is different than the previous one, and that is actually what makes it so interesting. By following these podcasts you will be aware of what is going on. But if this is the first time you read this blog, you should know that this is not all. Every week we provide an overview about the latest e-commerce news on Thursdays. If you want to stay well informed on e-commerce just subscribe to our blog!