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Podcast Review: Franchise Interviews

Podcast Review

This week’s Podcast Review is about the Franchise Interviews Podcast.

Description: Franchise Interviews is an up close and behind the scenes look at franchising. The unique format features a variety of topics on franchising as well as personal interviews with franchisees, franchisors and franchise experts. Franchise Interviews is hosted by Marty McDermott and Don Johnson.

Comments: This is another in great Podcasts (like ours) hosted and distributed through Blogtalk Radio. All franchising all the time, the hosts cover the gambit of topics for those interested in franchising.

The content is great, at times the audio quality is sketchy but the range of topics covered is broad and comprehensive ranging from the beginner to franchising to the multi-location master franchiser. Here is a sampling of some recent shows:

– Interviews with the Juice Stop
– Interview with 1st Inpection Services Franchise
– Solving The Puzzle Of Owning A Franchise
– LA Sunset Tan Franchise Opportunity

Learn more about franchising and different franchises in 30 minutes or less with this Podcast.

Pluses: As it should be the content is king with this Podcast. The web interface makes it easy to find the show you are interested in. Good show notes, RSS subscriptions, a well done podcast.

Minuses: Sometimes the recorded phone call audio quality is a barrier to hearing clearly.

Recommendation: If you are considering franchising, shopping for a franchise or trying to operate a better franchise then Franchise Interviews is for you.

2 Responses to “Podcast Review: Franchise Interviews”

  1. Martin Lindeskog Says:

    Steve, I am interested in the franchising business, so I will definitively listen to Franchise Interviews.

  2. Amanda Says:

    I would have to agree that the audio quality could be better. It is hard at times to hear what they are saying clearly. I also thought that at times, the interviewer was speaking a little too fast to understand. The content, however, seems very good and thorough.

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