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Podcast Review: StartupNation Podcasts

Podcast Review

This week’s Podcast Review is about the StartupNation Podcast featuring the Sloan brothers, Jeff and Rich.

Description: StartupNation Radio, hosted by lifetime entrepreneurs, the Sloan brothers, provide in-the-trenches expertise on how to start and grow your dream business. Topics include: starting an eBay business, financing your business, marketing your invention, and much more.

Comments: This content packed podcast has so much content they have broken it down into four different categories:

– StartupNation Radio
– Entrepreneurs
– Technology
– StartupNation Community

Each category focuses on a different aspect of support, information and advice for small businesses.

Production values are very high with this podcast including, music, sound cuts, a professional announcer introduction and more. Sound quality is good and the brothers are energetic and entertaining hosts.

There are sponsors spots and commercial messages in the show but they are fairly short and non-obtrusive. Podcasts are 20-30 minutes in length and vary in format from brother to brother dialogue to guest interviews.

Pluses: Content, content, content, you will find relevant, specific and helpful information advice and resource information in each podcast available.

I like how they have grouped the multiple podcasts into categories, the website is clean, show descriptions come in short and long form, and links to subscribe are clearly marked.

Minuses: Only two comments here, I wish the audio would play quicker when I want to listen to the podcast on my PC, unfortunately you have to wait for it download to begin playing. Secondly I wish the length of the show was listed.

Recommendation: In my opinion this is one of the best podcasts available for small business because of the ease of access and the wide range of valuable information. I suggest you add the StartupNation Podcast to your list of must listen audio.

Take a listen to a 5-minute sample below.

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