The Future of Branded Content Marketing & PR: Declared as The best podcast in Public Relations & Branded Content !

The future of Branded Content Marketing & PR has been recognized as one of the best podcasts in public relations & branded content marketing.

This was announced by Player.fm recently.

The podcast has been created by Atharva Marcom, and hosted by Karnvir Mundrey, in partnership with the BCMA (The Branded Content Marketing Association).

The podcast discussed cutting edge global ideas.

You can subscribe to the show on iTunes. Look for “The Future of Branded Content Marketing & PR”. Or Click Here!

How to Listen to a Podcast on your Smartphone

The most convenient way to listen to a podcast, long term, is through your smartphone. Practically every device on the market has at least one way to listen, and most phones have many! So, if you have a smartphone in your pocket, you already have an ideal podcast listening platform right you.

Listen to the podcast: The Future of Branded Content Marketing & PR on Spotify.

iPhone Podcast Apps

If you’ve got an iPhone, then you have a head-start, because iOS comes with a podcast app built in. Just look around your apps for one called Apple Podcasts (or swipe down and search for it). It’s a great app for the average listener, allowing you to search the directory, find new shows and subscribe easily. Then, you just have to fire up the app each time you want to listen, and pick an episode for the day!

Alternative apps on iOS include Pocketcasts and Spotify, but you can see our full guide to Apple Podcast Apps here.

Listen to the podcast: The Future of Branded Content Marketing & PR on Listennotes!

Android Podcast Apps

Android users have their own podcasting app built in – Google Podcasts – but it’s far more limited than Apple’s offering, and I wouldn’t recommend it right now.

Instead, download Pocketcasts, or Castbox and start listening right away. Again, you can see our full guide to Android Podcast Apps right here.

Headphones for Podcast Listening

Of course, if you’re listening on your smartphone, you’ll need a set of headphones. Most new smartphones come with a decent set of earbuds, so that’s a good start. It’s pretty handy having controls on the cable, too, to start a stop the show, as you’re listening. Then you wont miss anything when you pull your earbuds out to talk to the friend you bump into in the street.