Meet the Elite podcast offers free marketing for small business owners

Ranked in the top 3% of all podcasts globally, Meet the Elite podcast has already provided tens of thousands of free podcasts to small business owners since its inception.

Meet the Elite podcast is doubling down on its commitment to deliver free marketing opportunities to small business owners. With the announcement this week, it will continue its free podcasting initiative indefinitely, providing much-needed support for business owners without the deep pockets needed for such high-level marketing in the modern world.

The podcast, a subsidiary of All Entertainment Media Group, has so far given away tens of thousands of free podcasts to promising small business owners. CEO and co-founder Jeff Burton explains: “Our goal is to empower the small business owner to achieve success beyond their wildest dreams. Free podcasts are just our way of giving back.”

Meet the Elite podcast
Credit: Meet the Elite Podcast

Meet the Elite Podcasts debuted in 2020, just as the pandemic forced many businesses to change their model or pause operations entirely. Within 18 months, it was ranked among the top 3% of over 3.03 million podcasts globally, by podcast database giant Listen Notes. However, from the very beginning, Meet The Elite has focused on providing small businesses and, more importantly small business owners, with the means of boosting visibility and connecting with their audiences totally free of charge.

The reasoning behind this is simple and undisputedly true: most small businesses don’t have the marketing budget to pay for podcasting and distribution. Without that funding, SMBs are often invisible and unable to reach their target audience, many failing without ever having the chance to truly shine.

“We will always give back to the community that has given so much to us,” comments president and co-founder Todd Napolitano. “We are forever a company that supports business owners.”

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