The best DropShipping podcasts

, The best DropShipping podcasts

Whether you’re starting out in business, learning a language or want entertainment without needing to be glued to a screen, podcasts can be a fantastic resource. If you’re on a commute on public transport, on a long car journey or you’re doing your daily exercise, you can be learning as you go by listening to a podcast. Essentially, podcasts are on-demand radio shows that you can listen to both on and offline, and we love them.

Since podcasts are another way to reach an audience, they’re becoming almost as popular to record as YouTube videos – and audiences are looking for them pretty regularly too. That means there are absolutely loads to choose from! Today we’re taking a look at some of the best ones that busy retailers, business owners (and those who aspire to be business owners) can use to continue to learn from.

While we’ve tracked down where you’ll find most of these podcasts, in many cases you’ll find them on other platforms too. If we’ve not mentioned your favourite way of listening on one of these posts (such as if you’re a Luminary subscriber, for example) then it is still worth checking to see if the podcast is available there. If you don’t want to listen on any of the platforms we’ve mentioned here (because you’re saving space on your phone for photos maybe!) in most cases you’ll also be able to listen on their website in your browser.


Mixergy is hosted by Andrew Warner. If you’re looking to get the scoop on how different businesses operate, and succeed even in the face of certain failure, then Mixergy content is definitely for you. If you want even more, you can access premium content from $399 per year.

How long: approximately 60 minutes

Where: Apple Podcasts, Soundcloud, Google Podcasts, Spotify

When: every couple of days

The Side Hustle Show

Not just based on DropShipping, The Side Hustle Show covers everything small businesses might need help with including marketing, sales, websites, social media. Host Nick Loper also includes interview content and incredible stories from side hustlers who have made successes of their business, so it is well worth a listen.

How long: 20 to 60 minutes

Where: Apple Podcasts, Soundcloud, Google Podcasts, Spotify

When: weekly

Smart Passive Income

Not specifically targeted at DropShippers, but Smart Passive Income host Pat Flynn has been sharing his tactics to increase your income for over a decade. Covering many aspects of how to increase the success of your online business, including scaling up strategies such as building a team and outsourcing, content marketing and SEO, as well as productivity tips to help manage your time.

How long: 40 to 60 minutes

Where: Apple Podcasts, Soundcloud, Google Podcasts, Spotify

When: every Wednesday

eCommerce MasterPlan

UK-based eCommerce MasterPlan has been putting out podcasts since 2015, so there are hundreds of episodes in the archive. As you might expect from an eCommerce podcast, there is plenty of mentions of Shopify, but they also dive into everything from social media to subscription services and interview experts by the bucketload. If you want to continue to improve on your business, the team have recently launched the Keep Optimising Marketing Podcast, which is packed full of useful information to help keep scaling your business.

How long: 30 to 60 minutes

Where: Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts

When: weekly

The Marketing Secrets Show

The Marketing Secrets Show host Russell Brunson tackles some of the most important issues that small businesses are impacted by, and how to market their businesses while remaining profitable. If this sort of content is your thing, you’re bound to get even more value from ClickFunnels Radio and Traffic Secrets.

How long: less than 30 minutes

Where: Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts

When: every few days

Perpetual Traffic

If you’re working on your paid traffic strategy on any of the social media channels then you’re going to want to be listening to Perpetual Traffic each week. Although like other podcasts there are interviews with business owners and discussions about their struggles to succeed, the main focus is on providing actionable strategies that you can apply to your business immediately.

How long: between 30 and 90 minutes

Where: Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, Google Podcasts

When: weekly

Shopify Masters

Shopify Masters is one of two podcasts being created by the Shopify team, with each episode discussing elements of running your business on Shopify. Host Felix Thea interviews Shopify store owners from all over the world – but these aren’t super famous entrepreneurs, they are everyday entrepreneurs who have become experts by learning while they were growing their business. They’ve all become experts as a result of growing their business, and on the Shopify Masters podcast, they share their wisdom and expertise to help listeners to avoid the problems they encountered. Business owners share their revenue, successful email pitches that led to even better opportunities and much more pearls of wisdom that you can apply to your own business. The Shopify team also share other information in the show notes, so you don’t need to have a pen handy to take notes.

How long: 40 – 60 minutes

Where: Apple Podcasts, Soundcloud, Google Podcasts, Spotify

When: weekly

The Bright Ideas eCommerce Podcast

The Bright Ideas eCommerce podcast host Trent Dyrsmid takes us through useful strategies and tactics to help scale your online business and to work more efficiently. There are 350 episodes to work through, but it is clear that listeners love Trent’s style – the podcast is rated 4.9/5 on Apple Podcasts.

How long: 20 to 60 minutes

Where: Stitcher, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon Podcasts

When: weekly

eCommerce Lifestyle

If you’ve done even five minutes of research into the world of DropShipping and eCommerce, you’ll have stumbled on Anton Kraly and Drop Ship Lifestyle. While some professional sellers find his approach a little too ‘too good to be true’, many people who are new to the world of eCommerce find the information pretty valuable, so the accompanying podcast is well worth the listen.

How long: under 20 minutes

Where: Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify

When: several episodes a week

Start Yours

Host David Vranicar from the Oberlo team takes us through the experience of different eCommerce entrepreneurs on the Start Yours podcast. In addition to some great interviews, they also cover what is currently important for businesses in the DropShipping and eCommerce realm to know. It isn’t a difficult listen; content is light enough to be entertaining but you’ll get some great tips that you can apply to your business. However, since Shopify retired Oberlo, we’re unsure whether the podcast will continue – we’re updating at the start of August 2022, and there hasn’t been an episode released since March. There is still some useful information here though, so it is still worth a listen.

How long: 20 – 40 minutes

Where: Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon Podcasts

When: Several times weekly

The Copywriter Club

We hear from many people in the eCommerce industry who are confident in their social media activity and selling – but then struggle to take their business to the next level because they aren’t confident with their writing. We have recommended tools like Grammarly so many times, but Grammarly doesn’t help you to create great work – it just helps to refine the work you already have. Listening to The Copywriter Club podcast is a great way to help you to create better work, whether you’re getting customers into sales funnels, posting on social media or just need to work more efficiently.

How long: 20 – 40 minutes

Where: Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, Google Podcasts

When: weekly

The Takeaway

When you’re handling a busy eCommerce or retail business, being able to get the information you need to stay up to date during downtime is essential. If you don’t know about an important development that is going to impact upon your business, you’re likely to lose money – which is definitely not what you’re aiming for.

But finding the time to get that information can be a challenge. The convenience factor of podcasts is exactly we love them, and we think you will too. They are a really efficient way of getting the information you need without spending lots of time additional time at a screen – which is important, since when you’re running a retail business you’re likely to already be spending a lot of time with your PC or your mobile.

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