Small Business Trends Radio’s Top 100 List Top Heavy with BlogTalkRadio Shows

If it wasn’t already apparent that BlogTalkRadio has got what is arguable the Internet’s best business-show roster, now comes a ranking to prove it.

Small Business Trends Radio has released its annual list of 100 Best Small Business Podcasts and guess what?

In all, eight of BTR’s business shows made the list, right alongside those of such powerhouse media outlets as The Wall Street Journal, BusinessWeek, The New York Times, CNN and the BBC.

To boot, one show from BTR’s community—where creating short, snappy podcasts are a cinch—made the list as well.

“Each year we scour the Internet for you and choose 100 of the most useful and informative podcasts we can find for entrepreneurs, small businesses and small business owners,” the weekly show says on its website.


Congratulations to all our heavy hitters:

Blake Landau: Customer Management IQ

Adrienne Graham: Views From the Top

David Mathison: Be The Media

Kenneth Darryl Brown: The Passionate Entrepreneur

Sherry Borzo: Entrepreneur People

Barry Moltz: Business Insanity Talk Radio

Wayne Hurlbert: Blog Business Success

Zane Safrit: Zane Safrit

Robert Scoble: Scobleizer

To read the Small Business Trends Radio report, click here.

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4 thoughts on “Small Business Trends Radio’s Top 100 List Top Heavy with BlogTalkRadio Shows

  1. Wayne Hurlbert

    It is indeed a tribute to the growing importance and influence of BlogTalkRadio to have so many of our business shows included on that star studded list.

    The BlogTalkRadio business shows feature leading edge business thinkers, CEOs, business authors, and entrepreneurs of all types. BlogTalkRadio is now a recognized force in business podcasts. I predict that the list of BTR business shows will continue to expand, increase their listenership, and become even more prominent players in the business journalism, reporting, and interview world.

  2. Simon Applebaum

    Fantastic showcase by Small Business Trends Radio, recognizing the quality of BTR’s business programming. It’s a great tribute to the producer/host of these shows that they are being highlighted this way.
    Although Tomorrow Will Be Televised, my BTR program covering the TV scene, is aimed at a general audience instead of a pure business audience, we make the effort to highlight entrepreneurs who launch new services and technology, whether new TV channels, video-on-demand and high-definition networks, interactive and 3D TV services, or advanced TV technology. We also make a dedicated effort to showcase diversity in the TV industry, how people of color can play a greater role in ownership and management of TV networks, production companies and new services, and the advocation of more venture capital and angel investments in new TV projects, both content and technology. Our audience–both live/replay on BTR and via podcast–appreciates these segments, and we’ll continue to provide them.
    Again, congratulations to everyone recognized by Small Business Trends Radio for what you’re accomplishing!

    Simon Applebaum
    Producer/Host, Tomorrow Will Be Televised
    (Mondays/Fridays at 3 p.m. Eastern time on BTR)

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