Start with the Customer – The Podcast

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Welcome to the first episode of the Start with the Customer podcast!

I am a big fan of podcasts and have been listening to several for a couple of years now. You just can’t beat the education and the convience of listening on your way to work or on the road. Plus the fact that all of this is available for free is absolutely incredible.

I had been kicking around the idea of putting together a “prodcast” to talk about marketing, product management, and product marketing for sometime now. I convinced  Jon Gatrell, of the Spatially Relevant blog, and Scott Sehlhorst, of the Tyner Blain blog, to join me for a trial run to see how it would work.

We picked a couple of topics, hit record and close to 45 minutes later we wrapped up the first episode. Would love to hear your thoughts on the podcast and what you would like to hear more/less of in the future.

Enjoy!

You can listen to it here or download it directly from iTunes:

 

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7 Comments

  1. Anonymous

    Thanks, Josh! nnReally enjoyed the time with you and Jon – great discussion, went by WAY too fast.nnAnd great legwork to correct my mis-quote of Stephenson!nnEveryone else – really looking for suggestions on topics to talk about, recommendations for segments or other repeatable elements, advice on how best to get audience participation, feedback on execution, etc.nnLove it!nnScott @sehlhorst

  2. Anonymous

    josh, thanks for putting this together. Most definitely fun and it was great to have the opportunity to chat with you and Scott. Hope I can catch up with both of you in person when I’m in ATX the first week of may.

    1. Anonymous

      Awesome! To re-purpose someone else’s quote – “If you only listen to one podcast next month, listen to [mumble]. If you listen to two, listen to this one.”

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