Top Ecommerce Podcasts 2020January 14, 2021 in Blog
If there is something popular in recent years, it’s podcasts. Podcasts have gradually become a way to continue consuming content without a screen. Best of all? It’s ideal to listen in the car, in the gym, while you cook or while you shower. The podcast is chameleon! You can listen and acquire new knowledge while doing any activity.
It doesn’t matter if you are a newbie or veteran entrepreneur, eCommerce podcasts can help you learn valuable content like strategies, tactics or new tools that you can use to improve your business.
The world of eCommerce podcasts is large and you can find experts who share their knowledge with their listeners, for each topic within eCommerce. But, what are the best eCommerce podcasts that can help you grow your online business and also increase your sales? There are too many choices! It’s hard to choose one, but in this article, you’ll find some of the best eCommerce podcasts that all entrepreneurs should be listening to.
TOP 10 ECOMMERCE PODCASTS 2020
With over 900 episodes and with 5 years on the game (the first episode was released in January 2015), Scott Voelker is still rocking his podcast. He shares his own experiences on Amazon FBA and eCommerce marketing strategies, and he also brings some of the best business experts to his show to discuss topics like private labelling, Amazon PPC, sourcing suppliers, and many more topics to help his audience to be successful when building a business.
If you like to listen to the good stuff you should check out this episode where Mike opens up and talks about his experience selling his eCommerce business: TAS 696 Detailed Plans To Build The NEXT 7 Figure Brand with Mike Jackness.
Or the one when David opens up about why he moved to China, where he shares expert insights: TAS 581: ATTENTION Amazon Sellers At Risk by THEIFS – Fake Reviews and Multiple Accounts and MORE.
Why we love it: Scott Voelker, with nearly 1000 episodes behind him, continues to share episodes that are packed with insights, techniques, and an inspiring voice which all who listen to them feel this motivation to continue growing their business. You just have to see the 900 great reviews that this show has.
Andrew Youderian, an experienced online retailing expert and entrepreneur, is the host of this podcast. The podcast covers all kinds of topics, from researching, launching, and growing your online business. The eCommerce Fuel podcast interviews eCommerce gurus and also provides very valuable advice, accompanied by anecdotes and a lot of humour. This podcast already has 362 episodes, and 5 years in the podcast world!
Why we love it: EcommerceFuel (ECF) is one of the oldest and largest communities for 7+ figure sellers. Andre leverages this community to get a ton of unique and interesting guests on the show you’re unlikely to find elsewhere.
The first episode of Tropical MBA Podcast was released in July 2009 and today they have recorded more than 500 episodes! Dan and Ian, the hosts of the podcast, bring on great guests who have built a business and are in it for more than profits. They also share all their experiences and stories of their own businesses.
Mike joined Tropical MBA Podcast at the beginning of the year, to talk about the highs and lows of his entrepreneurial career. You can listen to the episode here: TMBA530: Don’t Be a Victim of Your Own Success.
Why we love it: With the best interviewers behind the microphones, Dan and Ian are always prepared with the best questions and willing to offer very valuable content to their audience.
Seller Sessions is a dedicated Amazon FBA and Private Label Podcast. With 3 new episodes every week Dany McMillan, the host and a veteran seller, breaks new trends and tips before any other podcast does it. The first episode came out in July 2017, and this podcast currently has over 600 episodes.
Why we love it: Danny is a guy who goes straight to the point and who is also not afraid to be critical, and this is something that his listeners like.
Moiz Ali, the host of Exit Strategy Podcast, covering topics about direct-to-consumer brands, eCommerce and entrepreneurship. This podcast has only 8 episodes, but in each of them, Moiz interviews world-class builders about starting, growing and selling some of the most successful e-commerce startups. The podcast was the result of the pandemic, thus launching its first episode in April 2020.
Why we love it: With just a few episodes Moiz has shown us that planning a successful strategic exit plan may not have to be as disastrous as deciding to start a business without debt.
Ecommerce Conversations from Practical Ecommerce hosted by Eric Bandholz is a weekly podcast where he talks with entrepreneurs and executives from the eCommerce business about the realities of online selling. With more than 300 episodes and a thousand stories.
Why we love it: Eric Bandholz is one of the old G’s in the DTC men’s grooming space with Beard Brandz. Like ECF he gets a lot of unique guests on the show often with a focus on non-Amazon brands.
Shopify Masters hosted is the official podcast of Shopify. Every week, host Felix Thea invites successful entrepreneurs to share their own experiences about driving an online business. If you’re a Shopify user you might be interested in this podcast. With more than 300 episodes behind this company and 5 years presenting the best episodes to his audience.
Why we love it: The podcast takes on a case study format, with guests from all around the world showing a transparent look at strategies, tools or apps that help grow their Shopify business.
My Wife Quit Her Job, hosted by Steve Chou, is an interview-based show where he invites entrepreneurs who quit their day jobs or routines and have successfully built their online business. In all of the episodes, they discuss all their journeys and also you’ll be able to learn strategies and takeaways. Who said that to be successful you need an ordinary job? 7 years among the best podcasts and 335 episodes in total.
You can listen now, how Steve and Mike discuss the right way to do content marketing for an eCommerce store, in episode 331: How To Compete Against Black Hat Amazon Sellers With Mike Jackness.
You also can learn How to Source Anything From China And Establish Good Vendor Relationships, in this episode where Dave and Steve also discuss a really hot topic: importing.
Why we love it: The show title doesn’t do it justice. A lot of advanced topics that Steve goes deep on and he’s unforgiving of guests dodging questions or giving softball answers.
Mixergy podcast is hosted by Andrew Warner, an eCommerce entrepreneur with a long career. Mixergy has over 1,400 episodes! Andrew interviews other eCommerce business icons to help and inform listeners about the good, the bad, and the ugly related to running an eCommerce business. The first episode of the podcast was released 11 years ago, and now accumulates an incredible 95 episodes, where you will find real stories and challenging questions!
Mike had the opportunity to be one of his guests for an interview 2 years ago. You can listen to the interview here: How this founder funded his startup by making millions through online poker.
Why we love it: While not an eCommerce podcast per se, Andrew Warner is arguably the best interviewer in all of tech. He’s famous for grilling every guest on their revenue numbers. He goes deep on guests, often into their personal lives and often uncomfortably so.
Ecommerce Evolution covers the latest trends in the industry and how to implement new technologies and practices into your online business. In each episode, the host Brett Curry, interviews merchants, vendors, and industry experts to help listeners with the hottest topics in the eCommerce market. Since 2017, Ecommerce Evolution has released 145 episodes accompanied by great experts with good advice.
Brett and Mike had a conversation in episode 82 of Ecommerce Evolution about Cross-Selling, Up-Selling, Line Extension and Other Powerful Growth Levers. Listen to it, you won’t be disappointed!
Why we love it: Brett hosts a wide spectrum of topics on everything from Kickstarter campaigns to YouTube. His podcast has been around forever and has a huge library of great previous episodes.
If you’re looking for real-time examples in search of advanced eCommerce acquisition and retention strategies, this is your podcast! The hosts, Austin Brawner and Andrew Foxwell use this transparent and honest method and offer their listeners ideas on how to grow their online business. They also discuss with other eCommerce experts topics such as marketing, branding, training and strategies. 288 episodes surrounded by marketing experts and great tips.
Why we love it: With tons of success stories through all its episodes, these guys make everyone engage with their actionable tactics and strategies on eCommerce marketing.