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Jordan Harbinger

Jordan Harbinger is the host of his own podcast, The Jordan Harbinger show. He’s released over 1,000 episodes and talked with some incredible people like Kobe Bryant, Mark Cuban, Malcom Gladwell and even the inspiration for Catch Me If You Can, Frank Abagnale.

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The Business of Podcasting

Jordan Harbinger is the host of his own podcast, The Jordan Harbinger show. He’s released over 1,000 episodes and has talked with some incredible people like Kobe Bryant, Mark Cuban, Malcom Gladwell and even the inspiration for Catch Me If You Can (2002), Frank Abagnale.

Things get kind of fiery in this conversation. He and Chris talk about the seedy world of contrepreneurs and how, with his legal background, he helps people combat all these fake gurus and multi-level marketing schemes that seem to just bombard us with ads.

They also discuss the business of podcasting and why the best thing you can do for your brand is to uphold your duty to your audience.

Jordan has spent over 14 years behind his microphone, picking the brains of some of the most influential (and interesting) people to learn their stories, secrets, and skills. His goal through each interview? Teach his audience something new.

It seems that podcasting really started to gain steam and popularity just a handful of years ago. There’s a podcast for almost any subject, industry, or story out there.

But it was back in 2006 that this new medium was just coming to light. That year, when Jordan published his very first episode, a stroke of luck placed his website in front of the ears of a fan all the way in South Africa. Before he knew it, Jordan had a new fan and subscriber.

A year later, he was face to face in a meeting with Gary Vaynerchuk.

Jordan was sitting on the cusp of a major shift in social media and content marketing. His timing couldn’t have been better, and the mistakes he made early on couldn’t have brought even better lessons.

With so much uncertainty in the early phases of content marketing, Jordan’s ability to stick it out is just one of the things that’s attributed to his success. Listen to the full episode for more.

Heads up! This is our last episode of season 3 for The Futur podcast. We'll be taking a short break from our regularly scheduled episodes to work on some fun, new ideas for the show. Keep an eye out for our return in the next couple of months.

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The Business of Podcasting

The Business of Podcasting

Jordan Harbinger is the host of his own podcast, The Jordan Harbinger show. He’s released over 1,000 episodes and has talked with some incredible people like Kobe Bryant, Mark Cuban, Malcom Gladwell and even the inspiration for Catch Me If You Can (2002), Frank Abagnale.

Things get kind of fiery in this conversation. He and Chris talk about the seedy world of contrepreneurs and how, with his legal background, he helps people combat all these fake gurus and multi-level marketing schemes that seem to just bombard us with ads.

They also discuss the business of podcasting and why the best thing you can do for your brand is to uphold your duty to your audience.

Jordan has spent over 14 years behind his microphone, picking the brains of some of the most influential (and interesting) people to learn their stories, secrets, and skills. His goal through each interview? Teach his audience something new.

It seems that podcasting really started to gain steam and popularity just a handful of years ago. There’s a podcast for almost any subject, industry, or story out there.

But it was back in 2006 that this new medium was just coming to light. That year, when Jordan published his very first episode, a stroke of luck placed his website in front of the ears of a fan all the way in South Africa. Before he knew it, Jordan had a new fan and subscriber.

A year later, he was face to face in a meeting with Gary Vaynerchuk.

Jordan was sitting on the cusp of a major shift in social media and content marketing. His timing couldn’t have been better, and the mistakes he made early on couldn’t have brought even better lessons.

With so much uncertainty in the early phases of content marketing, Jordan’s ability to stick it out is just one of the things that’s attributed to his success. Listen to the full episode for more.

Heads up! This is our last episode of season 3 for The Futur podcast. We'll be taking a short break from our regularly scheduled episodes to work on some fun, new ideas for the show. Keep an eye out for our return in the next couple of months.

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