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HubSpot just launched a new podcast all about growth and I thought that the GH community might dig it (full disclosure, I work there).

It's all about growth -- growing a business, growing a movement, growing an idea, etc.

Upcoming guests include the founders of Tough Mudder, Indiegogo, Blue Apron, Ministry of Supply, Tom Tunguz, the CMO of Slack, the head of growth at Airbnb and more.

  • LT

    Luke Thomas

    about 5 years ago #

    I found this the other day - Hubspot did a fantastic job with this. Great guests, great questions...huge fan so far.

  • ET

    Everette Taylor

    about 5 years ago #

    Thanks for sharing @davegerhardt - glad to have you on the site.

    Seems like a pretty awesome podcast with some great guests, everyone is starting to see the importance of podcasts. Only natural for HubSpot to do so as well.

    • DG

      Dave Gerhardt

      about 5 years ago #

      Hey Everette - thanks for chiming in. Totally agree - and it will be interesting to see if more brands get into podcasting. I think it's more about on-demand audio than it is "podcasting."

  • EB

    Ed Burrows

    about 5 years ago #

    Great stuff Dave, nice to get some good tips without having to look at a screen!

    • DS

      Dharmesh Shah

      about 5 years ago #

      You know, I actually hadn't thought about that, but you're right. A big advantage of podcasts IS that you can enjoy them while not staring at a computer screen (which frankly, I do more than enough of already)

    • DG

      Dave Gerhardt

      about 5 years ago #

      Thanks Ed – that’s a good way to put it haha. Glad you are onboard as a listener.

  • JM

    Jack Meredith

    about 5 years ago #

    Feels like podcasting is really heating up. I'm wondering if this will become a go-to channel for SAAS businesses moving forward.

    • DG

      Dave Gerhardt

      about 5 years ago #

      That's a good question. I think you either need to go super niche and appeal to your audience/potential customers (ex: you sell software for colleges to help their fundraising efforts and you want to target alumni relations people) or be broad enough about business, growth, etc.

  • JR

    Javier Rincon

    over 4 years ago #

    thanks for the share

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