I’m doing something different, and it may be an easier way for you to consume my content about Facebook ads.
Way, way, way back in 2013, I started The Pubcast (then The Social Media Pubcast) to talk about topics related to Facebook ads and entrepreneurship over a beer. The show was a big part of my business through 2015, but I slowly got less and less consistent with it.
That’s changing now. I’ve recommitted to The Pubcast, and one primary reason for it is a new format: The Pubcast Shot.
A Pubcast Shot is a much shorter, value-packed Pubcast episode that can be completed in about three minutes. I know that this is something that will be valuable for you, and I’m able to create way more of them than the standard 30-minute episodes.
To really kick this off, I’ve committed to an everyday schedule for now. I’ll release the standard 30-minute Pubcast every Friday (no weeks off now!) and a Pubcast Shot all other days of the week. That’s right. Every day.
Why? Because I can. It’s not that hard. It’s not a big commitment. And I truly believe that this can and should be a big part of how I Reach measures the number of Accounts Center Accounts (formerly users) that saw your ads at least once. You can have one account reached with multiple impressions. More you in 2022.
Part of the reason for that is the early rollout of Facebook podcasts. I truly believe in the potential for this product. But for now, though, you’ll only hear my podcast on Facebook if you’re in the US, follow my page, and are on a mobile device (that’s a lot of ifs).
Subscribe to The Pubcast
You can subscribe to the Pubcast (the feed includes Shots, too) just about anywhere. Below are some links:
Or just search for “The Pubcast with Jon Loomer” on the podcast app of your choice. Make sure to subscribe!
You can also listen on Facebook, assuming you are in the US, on a mobile device, and follow my page. Yeah, that’s complicated. But it’s there (there’s no direct link at this time)!
Listen to Pubcast Shots
Below, you can listen to the most recent Shots (even some are unreleased as of today). Most are around three minutes. Enjoy, and let me know what you think!