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Podcast Review: 60 Second Ideas

Podcast Review

This week’s Podcast Review is about the 60 Second Ideas Podcast.

Description: 60 Second Ideas spans the globe for proven new small business ideas you can tweak, borrow, copy, pilfer or simply be inspired to come up with your own profitable small business ideas or home based business ideas.

Comments: Billing itself as the ‘most profitable minute’ on the internet this Podcast has some great content. Minimal music, good sound quality, no ads and a very eclectic mix of stories and ideas you are sure to learn and be inspired.

If you listen online there is even a small slideshow that plays along with the audio, sort of a still image Vodcast or video Podcast. Here is a sample list of recent topics.

– It’s A Virtual Party – Go Cake Go
– Home Business Idea – Do My Stuff!
– Imagination to Profit
– Interview Donald Trump’s Season One Winner, Bill Rancic

Most of the content has some age to it but I think there are some good short nuggets worth the visit.

Pluses: Instant play, short length, image slide show and simple but clean sound in the Podcast.

Minuses: Not enough frequent content, more content only findable by category, not archives, or search.

Recommendation: If you are willing to work at the site just a little I think you can find some interesting 60 second bites of ideas and wisdom in the 60 Second Ideas Podcast.

5 Responses to “Podcast Review: 60 Second Ideas”

  1. minimal Says:

    Podcast Review: 60 Second Ideas

    Bookmarked your post over at Blog!

  2. Martin Lindeskog Says:

    Steve Rucinski,

    Do you think they will continue with the podcast? The latest show is from spring in 2007.

  3. Chris Says:

    As with many podcasts, it’s possible that new content may not be posted. However, much valuable content exists within the archives and I agree with Steve in that it is quite an ecclectic mix – which is refreshing.

    I found this particularly interesting: Interview Donald Trump’s Season One Winner, Bill Rancic. Did you watch that season?

  4. Amanda Says:

    I found the site hard to navigate. Everything seems to blend together. Maybe it’s just me?

  5. Martin Lindeskog Says:


    I didn’t watch that season. I will listen to the interview. Thanks for recommendation.

    All the Best,

    Martin Lindeskog – American in Spirit.
    Gothenburg, Sweden.

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