Pick the Brain Podcast
Pick The Brain
Pick the Brain Podcast
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Reach
Estimated number of downloads on average each episode receives within the first 30 days of airing.

8,600

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Description

From the Self-Improvement Phenomenon blog PickTheBrain.com comes the Pick the Brain Podcast, the show where we pick the brains of the brightest minds in productivity, health, and self improvement. Pick the Brain has been named in over 100 “Best of the Web” lists, and Refinery29 named co-host Erin Falconer one of the Top 10 Women Changing the Digital Landscape for Good.

Our show is 60% female, 40% male. 85% US listeners with the top listening state being California. Our listeners value th
e show hosts trusted opinions and the hosts make sure that sponsors of the show share their values and offer solutions that the Pick the Brain audience will find helpful.

Podcast Information

About the Host
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Erin Falconer is the editor in chief and co-owner of Pick the Brain, one of the most popular and trusted self-improvement communities on the web. Pick the Brain has been named in over 100 “Best of the Web” lists, and Refinery29 named Erin one of the Top 10 Women Changing the Digital Landscape for Good. Erin is also the co-founder of LEAFtv, a video lifestyle brand for millennials, and is the author of How to Get Sh*t Done, a productivity book for women. She has had a varied career that includes screenwriter stand-up comedian, political consultant, and is now proudly, heavily invested in the online blogging world. She lives in Los Angeles.
Publishes
Twice a Week on Mon, Thu
Interests
Productivity, health, motivation, self care, and self improvement
Social Media Reach
750,000
Description of Reach
Our show distributes on all major podcast platforms including iTunes, Stitcher, Castbox, etc. Pick the Brain has 750,000+ Facebook followers, 26K+ Instagram followers and 60K+ email subscribers included in the the show's reach.

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