Hacks and Flacks podcast

[Podcast] Inbound 2017: The After School Special

Andrew Grzywacz joins Hacks and Flacks to share thoughts from Inbound 2017, including the science behind how stories stick in the human mind, tips on sourcing content ideas from Reddit, and insight into the future of podcasting.

[Podcast] Doing One Thing Really Well

We speak to TUGG Executive Director Elizabeth Dobrska, covering the resources TUGG offers to help its portfolio companies hone their message.

[Podcast] Do You Know How to Make a Media List?

In this episode of Hacks and Flacks, March's Cheryl Gale and Liz Swenton Hosman share their perspectives on recruiting and hiring for a PR agency.

[Podcast] I’m in the Weeds, and It’s Gross

Founder of MEDIAGIRLS, Michelle Cove has turned a career as a media maker into an opportunity to address that industry's most harmful effects.

[Podcast] Backed Facts vs Fake News

In this week's Hacks and Flacks, March VP Meredith L. Eaton and Content Manager Andrew Grzywacz break down the fake news phenomenon.

[Podcast] There’s No Bad Time for Pop Tarts

Daquan Oliver, founder and executive director at WeThrive, shares a few lessons in social entrepreneurship and nonprofit marketing and communications.

[Podcast] Know Your Customer

How should brands re-think marketing and PR to grab the interest and attention of the right buyers? We ask Jodi Petri, Executive Vice President at March and the head of our new Consumer Innovation Shop, for her perspective.

[Podcast] Believe the Hype

Courtney Allen, James Gerber and Alex Jafarzadeh evaluate how the biggest innovators in tech are succeeding or failing to connect with their target buyers.

[Podcast] Let Your Freak Flag Fly

In this episode of Hacks and Flacks, Marina Askari and Manny Veiga talk to Rica Elysee, founder of BeautyLynk, about how her personal story factored into how she built her company and its communications strategy.

[Podcast] I’m Just Asking the Question

In the final Hacks and Flacks of 2016, we talk with Joe Flynn, Managing Editor at Sales Engine Media, about the current state of SEO, social media and B2B content marketing.