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Introduction to Mighty Roar Podcast

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In the course of running an advertising agency, we have so many great conversations with other agency owners, chief marketing officers, and marketing technology leaders that we thought there would be value in packaging some of those conversations and insights for you.

The podcast will consist of interviews and conversations with a wide variety of guests, each of whom will be involved in the marketing, advertising, and branding industry.

The episodes will be short, so we won’t be putting out hour-long episodes. Most will be between about 15-20 minutes tops, or about the time of an average commute or treadmill run.

We’re still determining the episode frequency and plan to post new conversations often, but are much more interested in making sure they’re valuable and worth your time than just throwing something up to hit an arbitrary date.

Lastly, we’d love to hear your guest suggestions. It could be someone you admire or have seen speak at a conference or on another podcast, it may just be a brand that you love, and we’ll find the best person to speak to it, or it may be you (#humblebrag). Ideally, we’re looking for guests that align with the concept of Mighty Roar, which is that you don’t have to be the biggest in your category or have the largest budget to breakthrough and make noise with your marketing.

Send your suggestions to us at podcast@mightyroar.com

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