Top 9 No-Bullshit Email Marketing Podcasts To Follow in 2024

Top 9 No-Bullshit Email Marketing Podcasts To Follow in 2024
23 May, 2023 • ... • 2036 views
Anastasia Igumnova
by Anastasia Igumnova

Need to improve your email campaigns by boosting your marketing skills with the latest trends in business? Check out this list of the 9 best email marketing podcasts.

How can one understand which email marketing podcast is worth your precious time? Many of them go far beyond this topic, offering insight into the entire world of marketing, PR, sales, and social media. Many are just dead, with no new episodes coming out for a while. Fishing out the podcasts that you need may take hours browsing, listening, and evaluating.

We went fishing for you and extracted the best of the best. Here is a list of  9 email marketing podcasts that focus specifically on emails, rank 4.5 and higher on Apple Music, and are likely to have new episodes this year.

The Future Of Email

The Future Of Email podcast cover

If you want to keep an eye on email marketing trends but you don’t know where to start, The Future Of Email got you covered. This podcast is hosted by Matthew Dunn, the founder of Campaign Genius, and its name is pretty self-explanatory. Each episode is a conversation between Matthew and his guest about all things email marketing from strategy to effective team management — and, of course, trends.

Podcast highlights: serious, more suitable for senior marketers
Episodes frequency: inconsistent, several episodes each month
Average duration: 30–60 minutes
Where to listen: WebsiteApple | Audible
🌟 The episodes we totally loved:
A conversation about writing and reading with Rob Ashton
The future of email marketing: a conversation with Reinis Krumins of AgencyJR
⚡ Fresh episodes to check out:
A conversation with Luke Glasner
A conversation with Jacob Wenger of Shortwave.com

The Email Marketing Show

The Email Marketing Show

Email marketing made into a show already sounds quite out of the box. The Email Marketing Show is run by two enthusiasts from the UK with a background in human psychology and hypnosis. Rob and Kennedy decided to apply those skills to make people react and respond positively to emails that you send them.

Pulling from their magic hats tricks from personal experience and inviting gurus of the business to the show, they give free practical advice on how to make your emails spicy, juicy, and attractive to your customers. You will not only laugh your guts out, but also learn how to strengthen client relationships, and make each customer look forward to receiving just one more “envelope” from you.

The Email Marketing Show has raving reviews about them being fun, engaging, not boring, and yet professional and respectful.

The Email Marketing Show podcast review

Podcast highlights: fun, for a wide target audience
Episodes frequency: weekly (every Wednesday)
Average duration: 20–30 minutes

Feedback Friday

Feedback Friday by Really Good Emails

Emails, emails, and only emails. The Feedback Friday by Really Good Emails is a series of podcasts dedicated to this edge of marketing only. Learn how to create designs that actually work, how to avoid common mistakes, use humor, and not to overdo it.

Stay in the loop with the latest developments and trends in the email marketing world, and listen to gripping case studies from the sharks of the digital industry. Although Really Good Emails don’t post new episodes very often, it’s still worth giving a shot — quality over quantity, as they say.

Podcast highlights: case studies from Disney+, BBC, Fitbit, and other global giants
Episodes frequency: inconsistent
Average duration: 9–47 min

Where to listen: Apple | YouTube | Google 
🌟 Episodes we totally loved:
BBC | Feedback Friday
Webinar: Keep customers and build brand love with email
Fresh episodes to check out:
Apple | Feedback Friday
Youtube | Feedback Friday

Do The Brave Thing™ Podcast with Kate Doster

Do The Brave Thing podcast cover

Want to know how to turn your mailing campaigns into a revenue-generating process? In her Do The Brave Thing™ podcast, Kate Doster gives practical advice on how to become a successful email marketer and a blogger. From her podcast, you’ll learn how to grow your audience and manage your lists, engage people into getting what you are selling, and not throw annoying emails in their faces. Aside from email marketing, Do The Brave Thing™ also covers general marketing issues and personal development.

Kate also answers listeners’ questions — don’t hesitate to ask one! She has an Airtable form on her website for exactly that. And, if you’d rather send an audio question, go to her SpeakPipe page to ask a question or share feedback.

Do The Brave Thing podcast review

Podcast highlights: good for both beginners and spiced experts, blog info included
Episodes frequency: 1–2 weeks
Average duration: 5–53 min

Everything Email podcast with Ken Countess

Everything Email with Ken Countess podcast cover

Don’t have time or attention span to listen to people rambling? Here’s a podcast for you! Everything Email is hosted by a certified email marketing expert and it offers bite-size answers to most concerning questions about, well, emails. Sometimes the podcast covers more general digital marketing questions — for example, how to combine several channels like emails, social media, and SMS. Please don’t feel put off by the funny cover on Apple and the mid recording quality with room reverb, it’s actually good!

Everything Email with Ken Countess podcast review

Podcast highlights: short and concise, great content for novices in the industry
Episodes frequency: weekly (every Tuesday)
Average duration: 5–30 minutes

Email Einstein

Email Einstein Ingenious eCommerce Email Marketing by Flowium

Ever felt like your campaigns seem out of hand and ad hoc? Here is a chance to change it.

Flowium’s focus is bringing eCommerce marketing closer to businesses and making it work for your business. Email Einstein shares the expertise from Flowium’s vast knowledge base, bringing in conversion specialists, founders of successful companies, and other masterminds of the business.

Learn why customers don’t really care about your business, why nailing a perfect headline is more vital than you think, and how to optimize abandoned carts to get customers to change their minds.

Email Einstein podcast review

Podcast highlights: easy to digest
Episodes frequency: weekly (every Tuesday)
Average duration:  36–56 min

Email’s Not Dead from Mailgun by Sinch

Email's Not Dead podcast cover

Their tagline is: Email isn’t dead but it could be if we didn’t change how we think about it. This podcast is hosted by two technical account managers from Mailgun and it covers all things emails both for marketers and developers. Email’s Not Dead follows a light-hearted conversational approach typical for podcasts and it’s a delightful mix of fun and serious. They combine extensive email marketing analytics with entertaining but still informative special formats — like this cute Halloween episode. The podcast doesn’t have a consistent schedule though but we can assure you that, like email, it’s not dead.

Podcast highlights: interesting guests, fun formats
Episodes frequency: monthly, somewhat inconsistent
Average duration:  25–50 min
Where to listen: Website | Apple
🌟 Episodes we totally loved:
Implementing DMARC with Ash from Dmarcian
The Inbox Insights 2022 guide with Jenna from Ascend2
Fresh episodes to check out:
The BIG deliverability episode with Brad Gurley of MessageGears and Nick Schafer of Mailgun
Updates on BIMI with Brian Westnedge of Redsift

Inboxing

Inboxing with Hillel Berg podcast cover

Although this podcast is the child of 2021, Inboxing, The Podcast about Email Marketing, already shot to our attention as fresh and in the know. The author, Hillel Berg, invites top marketers over to discuss the hottest topics on the market and their biggest mistakes so you don’t fall into the same trap. Although the podcast had a hiatus in 2022, this year, Inboxing came back with fresh episodes — and we hope they’ll keep going!

The way Hillel interviews experts in digital marketing helps get straight to the point. Sometimes they even have a whole episode for themselves to tell you their story with no interruption.

Review Inboxing with Hillel Berg

Podcast highlights: fresh and hot, great interviews
Episodes frequency: every 1–2 weeks, long pauses between seasons
Average duration: 6–41 min

Email Marketing Tips for Entrepreneurs

Email Marketing Tips for Entrepreneurs podcast cover

If you want to learn the basics of promoting your business online, that’s the podcast you need! Email Marketing Tips for Entrepreneurs is a fresh podcast by Janet K. Fish, a consultant who works with newbies in digital marketing and helps them launch email campaigns from strategy to analytics. The podcast specifically targets small business owners — and it covers all the necessary email marketing basics. From list growth to crafting an effective CTA — Janet has it all sorted out for you.

Podcast highlights: digestible basics
Episodes frequency: unclear, several episodes were added to Apple almost at once
Average duration: 5–20 minutes
Where to listen: Player.FM | Apple
🌟 The episodes we totally loved:
Data-driven email campaigns: understanding the metrics
Maximize engagement with video emails

Wrapping up

And that was our picks for top-9 podcasts about email marketing that are both fun and educating! However, we know that not all people are auditory learners. If you prefer reading or watching videos, or you need help from a supportive community, check out our list of 100+ resources for email marketers.

Also, we don’t mean to brag but… We launched our own mini course! It’s about email deliverability. With Selzy team, you will find out why your campaigns end up in spam, what to do to avoid it, and how you can boost deliverability right now. Start learning for free and never land in spam folders again!

23 May, 2023
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