Constant Contact Launches Marketing Podcast for Small Business


Constant Contact, a leading provider of email marketing and online marketing tools for small businesses, has launched a new podcast called “Be a Marketer.” The podcast is intended to provide small business owners and marketers with tips, insights, and best practices for marketing their businesses effectively.

According to a press release by Constant Contact, the “Be a Marketer” podcast will cover a wide range of topics, including email marketing, social media marketing, content marketing, and search engine optimization. The podcast will feature interviews with marketing experts, entrepreneurs, and small business owners who have achieved success through effective marketing strategies.

“Small businesses provide so much to our communities, but when it comes to marketing themselves, most feel unsure about where to start,” says Laura Goldberg, Chief Marketing Officer at Constant Contact. “As experts in small business marketing, it’s our responsibility to be a resource for those business leaders. We started the ‘Be A Marketer’ podcast as a fun and approachable place for all marketers to learn more about how to stand out and attract customers online. As the podcast grows, we hope it helps provide a new generation of entrepreneurs with the inspiration, knowledge and confidence to successfully reach and engage their customers.”

constant contact launches small business marketing podcast

The first episode of the “Be a Marketer” podcast was released on Jan. 12, 2023, and features an interview with Tamika Catchings. The episode covers Catchings’ tea house’s marketing opportunities.

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