Learn how to get the most from your company's podcast

The Recorded Content podcast is for small, scrappy marketing teams who are looking to get the most out of B2B podcasting. In each episode, we provide stories on how to overcome the challenges of launching, running and growing a show. We tackle issues with technology, content marketing, distribution and more. At the end of the day, we help marketers become a B2B podcasting hero with an amazing show.

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Podcasting is all about making connections. It’s a great way to take your customer relationships to another level and have genuine, meaningful conversations with other experts in the industry. “The depth of the relationship you’re creating with a podcast listener is so much greater than what you’re getting from somebody who’s watching your TikTok videos or multiple YouTube videos. All of the podcast listeners, they’re just way more connected to you,” says Alban Brooke, the Head of Marketing at Buzzsprout. And that’s why Buzzsprout produces not only one, but three podcasts: 1) Buzzcast, 2) Podcasting Q&A and 3) How to start a podcast. In this episode of Recorded Content, our host Tristan Pelligrino gets a deeper understanding of how Buzzsprout uses different types of podcasts to build trust along the customer journey. The two also discuss how podcasts differ from other marketing channels and pinpoint the right time to invest in a podcast at your own organization.
Adapting to a new situation and not giving up is the mindset every business owner should embrace. Partick Frank is an award-winning video producer, and 2020 was pretty challenging for him. However, when you truly love your profession and want to succeed, you look for solutions. Zoom was Patrick’s. In May 2020, he launched EditVideoCalls.com, a done-for-you service that takes your everyday Zoom conversations and turns them into shareable videos for marketing and training. In this episode of the Recorded Content podcast, Patrick talks about his professional journey. He shares what it is like to be a video producer and a writer. His first book, The Video-First Era, will be published in August 2021.
How do you go from not being interested in podcasts to becoming a hostess of a successful and exciting new show? The truth is, anything is possible, as long you set your mind to it and listen to your gut feeling. As someone who wasn’t particularly keen on even listening to podcasts prior to the pandemic, it’s safe to say Jen Kern has come a long way since. She now hosts her own podcast and says that podcasts became her lifeline both professionally and personally during the pandemic.
Aren’t we all tired of the boring, monotonous videos B2B companies create to present their products & services? These videos may seem like the right way to go, but the reality is different. It’s time to be bold. It’s time for B2B creative…to actually be creative. Danielle Hope Diamond is the founder of Epiq Media, a company dedicated to creating entertaining yet educational video content. She is a former Broadway playwright with experience in marketing. Danielle knows the way to customers’ hearts. Tune in to hear about the future of B2B brand videos, the importance of creating comedic-style videos, and what you should focus on if you are a newbie in a B2B space.
If you’re operating a business in 2021 and you’re still not podcasting, it’s almost like not having a website. Podcasting is a vehicle for engaging with prospects, customers, “your value chain, your partners, influencers, investors,” says Christopher Lochead, named by The Marketing Journal as “one of the best minds in marketing.” Christopher, who hosts two award-winning podcasts, isn’t afraid to share his opinions. For starters, he says, “roughly 90% of what we get taught in marketing and entrepreneurship is completely fucking wrong.”
Aidan Fitzpatrick wants to let you in on a little secret. If you’re one of the nearly one billion iPhone users on the planet, there’s a video camera that’s almost as good as the ones used for TV in your pocket. “You’ve got something that really is effectively broadcast quality,” Aidan says on this episode of Recorded Content. “Lady Gaga records music videos on the thing. Billie Eilish did her last music video with them. The audio on them is pretty good and a lot better than built-in audio on the computer, but the video is really spectacular.”

Meet the hosts

Tristan Pelligrino

Tristan Pelligrino is the Co-Founder of Motion. He’s a serial entrepreneur who started his career as a consultant with large IT companies such as PwC, IBM and Oracle. After getting his MBA, he started and grew one of the fastest video production companies in the country – which was listed on the Inc. 5000. Tristan now enjoys leading the production of podcasts for leading B2B technology companies in the country. You can find him on LinkedIn and Twitter.

Justin Brown

Justin is the Co-Founder of Motion. With a background in Marketing and Communications, he brings a wealth of experience working with some of the world’s fastest growing B2B tech companies. Justin started his career working in talk radio and now launches and runs podcasts for some of the most innovative B2B tech companies in the country. You can find him on LinkedIn and Twitter.