Fathom Drops Digital Marketing Knowledge in Video Podcast on iTunes

You may have noticed yesterday that the 8th episode of the revamped Fathom That!? was released, featuring thoughts on social media for manufacturers. However, I’m not writing today just to rehash the news about the latest installment of our weekly video face time with Fathom marketers. The real news, as this headline indicates, is that it’s now available in podcast format.

Every Thursday morning, as regular readers of this blog may already know, a different Fathom marketer shares on camera quality intel about some element of digital marketing or analytics. You can now automatically get this knowledge dropped on you in video format when you subscribe to the new podcast version of Fathom That!? in Apple’s iTunes or your platform of choice using this RSS feed.

The best part is that once you subscribe, you can get new episodes delivered to you on your time in your chosen device, plus you can easily download back episodes if you missed something. Of course, if you’d rather stream the videos on our YouTube playlist, you can still do that, too. Be sure to check back every Thursday for new ones.

To learn more about how to consume podcasts, check out Apple’s helpful podcast user FAQ.

We hope you have enjoyed the episodes so far, and if there’s something you’d like to see us talk about, let us know in the comments section of this post.

About Paul Richlovsky

Paul purposefully merges a creative writing and teaching background with his decade-long marketing career. He advises clients on content strategy, editorial direction and PR/distribution. He is a perpetual critical thinker who has written/edited hundreds of blog posts and multiple long-form marketing guides, including those aimed at audiences as varied as healthcare, higher education, financial services, B2C brands and manufacturing. With a BA in English from the College of Wooster, he is also the author of a collection of poetry, "Under the Lunar Neon."He gets really excited about the science of elite performance, usability, brand voice, headlines, digital governance, ballroom dancing, bachata, racquet sports, and romping with his niece and nephews.

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