Podcast Gift


Podcast recommendations for shows in business startups, design, and technology.

Six podcasts for bootstrappers

FounderQuest


"Three developers building a business on their own terms." This podcast is from the team at Honeybadger (an error monitoring tool). They've decided to stick to their bootstrapping roots and stay tiny. This podcast covers topics like technical debt, hiring, productivity, and overcoming founder obstacles.

Bootstrapped Web


Brian and Jordan have a great format: every week, they give an update on what they're working on, and what they're struggling with. Once you learn their stories, you'll be addicted to their journey. You'll eagerly away for their new episode to get posted.

Build your SaaS podcast


Can you bootstrap a profitable startup in 2019? 37signals did it in 2004, and since then thousands of entrepreneurs, developers, designers, and product people have tried to launch their own web apps. But with so many venture-backed startups now, is it still possible? Follow Jon and Justin as they build & launch their new product: Transistor.fm.

Art of Product


The Art of Product is a podcast chronicling the journeys of two software entrepreneurs (Ben Orenstein and Derrick Reimer) building startups. Discussions span from the technical realm to the business side and everything in between.

Bootstrapped Digest


Ashley Baxter is a solo founder. Every week she shares something new she's learned in bootstrapping her business, Jack. Topics range from "Will this new website redesign lose money?" to "How I improved my signup rate by 14%." The episodes are nice and short (10-15 minutes), perfect for when you're out for a walk.

Startups for the Rest of Us


Mike Taber and Rob Walling are the original bootstrapped podcasters. Their show "helps developers, designers and entrepreneurs be awesome at launching software products. Whether you’ve built your first product or are just thinking about it."

Start podcasting in 2019!


Podcasting is the best way for your brand to build trust with an audience.

Our advice: commit to a full year of podcasting.

It takes time to develop a show, and build an audience, but it's worth it!

1. Sign up (annual plans work best!)
2. Add your show art and details.
3. Upload your first MP3.
4. Submit to iTunes, Spotify, etc..
5. You're a podcaster!

(Justin recently created a show in under an hour)

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