Stop, Collaborate & Listen by Jessica Ruhfus
This podcast section has been in the works for some time, and I’m thrilled to announce that it’s now live! We’re very excited to share these amazing resources with you and hope that you will engage with them and learn something new. Consider this a humble beginning of a curated learning experience.
Being our first featured podcast on Startup Life, I found it hard to determine whether it was relevant or ironic to publish Jess Ruhfus’ episode ‘How to launch a podcast’. A podcast about a podcast can seem a bit META. But after careful consideration, I’ve now settled on the opinion that it is, in fact, perfect. Podcasts are such a hot topic on today’s content marketing agenda – I mean, we’ve dedicated this whole category to highlight the best.
So why wouldn’t we share an excellent resource on how to achieve a spot on this list yourself?
Jess Ruhfus is the founder of business-collaboration platform Collabosaurus, also known as ‘Tinder for business’ (unsure if she approves of that message). In addition to being a brand matchmaking product, Collabosaurus produces great content for both businesses and individuals looking to excel; everything from marketing and PR to scaling, business strategy and everything in between.
I have personally followed the Collabosaurus journey for a while now, and Jess is an excellent ambassador for her brand. She’s often travelling (recently to Silicon Valley – so Startup), promoting her product and getting real about the daily struggles of an entrepreneur (actual, relatable challenges). I’m certain that you will find her highly likable and appreciate her valuable insights.
About the episode
In this episode, Jess gives her best advice on how to start a podcast of your own. She reveals the steps she took in the making of Stop, Collaborate & Listen, what mistakes she made (whoopsie!) and a step-by-step guide on how to achieve the same success yourself.
Don’t be fooled by the short episode, all of her episodes are usually around 10-minute snippets. Listen in to find out why…(you’ll appreciate the strategy).
Enjoy this episode with lovely Jess Ruhfus and don’t forget to comment below if you have any recommendations for future podcast features.
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With a natural curiosity for futurism, she is currently exploring the relationship between communication, technology and philosophy.
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