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Best Harry Campbell Rideshare Industry Analyst Uber And Lyft Driver Blogger Podcaster And Youtuber podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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I can’t say I was surprised to hear that Juno shut down recently. They offered a lot to drivers and really seemed to do their research, but ultimately it wasn’t meant to be. Today I’ll be talking about Juno as a case study – what happened, what went wrong, and what we can get out of this whole process. If you’d like to read a transcript of this ...…
 
Recently, we launched a new podcast called The Rideshare Dojo with Jay Cradeur. In this episode, I’ll be highlighting a new episode he just released with The Black Car Babe. This is a really unique episode not simply because the guest is a female driver, but also because we get to hear the perspective of a driver driving in New York City. NYC i ...…
 
It seems like whenever Uber and Lyft are in the news nowadays, it’s for all the wrong reasons. What do all of the current and upcoming regulations say about the state of rideshare? In this episode, I’m speaking with an expert transportation consultation about the current state of the rideshare industry about changing trends, regulation and more ...…
 
One of the things I love the most about the rideshare industry is all of the cottage services that have popped up due to Uber and Lyft’s immense growth. Everything from apps, products and services, and even blogs and podcasts (like this one!) have popped up and many are designed to help drivers succeed and make more money. To no one’s surprise, ...…
 
In California, Assembly Bill 5 recently passed and could uproot the entire economy. We’ve covered AB5 extensively, but today I wanted to talk to someone who knows the industry (and regulations surrounding the gig economy) well, someone who could give us a bigger bigger about what AB5 means for gig workers and rideshare drivers. In this episode, ...…
 
Uber Eats is one of Uber’s fastest growing business segments right now, but they’re not the only ones trying to tackle the future of food and technology. Today’s guest is the perfect person to help us dissect a new concept gaining steam: virtual kitchens. If you’re curious about what’s going on behind the scenes of the food and tech world, stay ...…
 
Uber’s come a long way since its humble beginning as a black car service. Now Uber is getting into all kinds of projects, including Uber Eats, Uber Air, Health, Freight and more. However, out of all of these projects, the one I’m most interested in is micro-mobility, like e-scooters, e-bikes and more. Today, I’m talking to someone heavily invol ...…
 
There’s something special about the audio medium that makes it very different from written or visual mediums. It’s more personal – podcasts typically accompany you for 30-40 minutes and over the months, you get to know the podcaster (and their terrible jokes!). As you may know, we recently launched a new podcast called The Rideshare Dojo. To ce ...…
 
Even though AVs have been in the news a lot over the past few years, the industry is really still in its infancy. In this episode, I’m chatting with someone who’s on the other side of autonomous vehicles, dealing with things like public perception, helping human drivers and more. We’ll cover the politics of AVs, the social impacts and more – yo ...…
 
One of the best parts about rideshare driving is the low barrier to entry, meaning people of any age, gender, race can sign up and drive for companies like Uber and Lyft. However, one pretty expensive barrier to entry can be the vehicle you drive for rideshare. Today, I’m talking to the CEO of Fair, Uber’s official vehicle partner to talk about ...…
 
Today’s podcast episode is a special “bonus episode” and I have some exciting news for you: we’re launching a new podcast called the Rideshare Dojo! The podcast tagline is ‘by a driver for drivers’ and is meant to be like a water cooler for drivers. In today’s bonus episode, I’m introducing you to a Rideshare Dojo interview Jay conducted with N ...…
 
Right now, there’s a battle brewing between cities and mobility companies. The battle is over data, but what does data really mean and why is it important? Today’s podcast guest is the perfect person to talk to about how data affects mobility, both for the tech companies running the services and for the cities who have to deal with these servic ...…
 
One of the biggest risks to Uber and Lyft’s business right now is drivers. While the companies and investors have gotten rich, drivers seem to have been left behind. Today, I’ll be speaking with a member of an organization (Rideshare Drivers United) that is actually listening to drivers and fighting on their behalf. If you’d like to read a tran ...…
 
I’ve only been in the rideshare industry for five years, but in Uber and Lyft terms, that might as well be a lifetime! Over the last few years, the mobility industry has exploded – from cars to bikes to scooters, and even delivery by drone. However, all this innovation has come at a cost, with regulators trying to understand companies like Uber ...…
 
Growing a podcast, YouTube channel or a blog can be a daunting task – it’s easy to get started, but sticking to it for the long-haul takes dedication. Today’s guest started as a driver who shared simple videos about driving on YouTube. Today his YouTube channel is his full-time job and he makes a full-time living from it – and he says he’s stil ...…
 
One of the best parts about being a rideshare driver is the flexibility. However, there are a few areas in which rideshare driving falls short, like upward movement and true career opportunities. In this episode, I’ll be talking to a former rideshare driver (and RSG contributor) about how he transitioned out of rideshare and into truck driving. ...…
 
In this episode, we’re going to take a deep dive into the world of rideshare driving with a driver in Los Angeles. If you’ve ever wanted to learn what a day in the life looks like for a high-earning ($30-35/hr) driver (and get his tips!), this is the episode for you. If you’d like to read a transcript of this podcast, please click here. Intro T ...…
 
2018 seemed to be the Year of the Scooter. Since then, what have scooter companies learned from 2018, in terms of hardware, workforce, and regulatory challenges? In this podcast episode, I interview the co-founder and President of Spin to provider insight on Spin and the scooter industry in 2019. If you’d like to read a transcript of this podca ...…
 
One of the toughest parts about studying a company like Uber is variability – driver experience, pay, satisfaction, etc. all vary greatly depending on which drivers you talk to. This means you’d have to talk to a wide variety of drivers to really get a pulse on what they’re thinking. In this episode, we talk to someone who did just that, and we ...…
 
Lyft has always had the reputation for being a more driver-friendly service, but what have they done lately to keep that goodwill from drivers? In this episode, I speak with Lyft’s Chief Operating Officer (COO) Jon McNeill about investments the company is making to improve things for drivers and distinguish themselves from the competition. If y ...…
 
If you ask Uber and Lyft about all the benefits they provide to cities, you might think that they’re the next best thing since sliced bread. While there’s no doubt Uber and Lyft have revolutionized the way people get around cities, are they doing more harm than good? Today, I’m talking to a big name in the transportation space about Uber and Ly ...…
 
2018 was the year of the scooter. Here at RSG, one of our top posts was about how to be a Charger, and three of our top five videos on the YouTube channel were about scooters. Today, we’re going to get an update from someone who knows a ton about the industry, from charging scooters to writing about them. If you’d like to read a transcript of t ...…
 
There’s been a lot of hype about self-driving cars over the years, with Uber investing lots of money in this space and dozens of startups popping up and raising hundreds of millions of dollars. Today’s guest is an expert journalist in the space with a background to match, and he’s going to break down the exact strategy that companies like Waymo ...…
 
If you’d like to read a transcript of this podcast, please click here. Over the past 5 years, Uber and Lyft have seen explosive growth. One of the casualties of that growth is the taxi industry. However, is driving a taxi really that bad? We sent senior RSG contributor Jay Cradeur to find out, and here’s my interview with Jay about his experien ...…
 
In this podcast episode, you’re in for a behind the scenes look at The Rideshare Guy! You may not know this, but there’s a whole team behind RSG, and today I’m talking with an integral member of this team who helps me grow the RSG business. Keep reading below, because we’re going to talk about what goes on behind the scenes at RSG and how we re ...…
 
Over the last five years, we here at RSG have received a ton of questions about rideshare driving! We’ve rounded up the top 10 most frequently asked rideshare questions and had our very own Jay Cradeur tackle those questions and share his thoughts in this podcast episode below. You can read the full FAQ here: The Most Popular Rideshare Question ...…
 
As rideshare drivers, we always want to give the best possible experience to our passengers, getting high ratings and possibly a higher tip. With that in mind, could you imagine if you pulled up to your passenger in a Tesla? It might sound a little crazy, but in this podcast episode, I interview rideshare driver Andy Slye, who recently filmed h ...…
 
By now, you’ve probably realized there’s not a ton of loyalty in the rideshare industry. Drivers typically work for who ever is paying the most and sending them the most number of rides, and passengers just go for the cheapest option. Today, I’ll be interviewing the founder of Bellhop, a company that aggregates all the rideshare and different m ...…
 
Being a rideshare driver can really open your eyes to new opportunities, from starting your own business, becoming your own boss and more. I enjoy talking to drivers who start their own businesses or changed the trajectory of their lives because of rideshare, and today we have one of those guests on the podcast. If you’d like to read a transcri ...…
 
How many drivers can say they’ve given 24,000 rides – all on one platform? In this episode, senior RSG contributor Christian Perea interviews a driver who’s not only given 24k+ rides, but has also served on Lyft’s Driver Advisory Council and who runs a popular daily email newsletter for his fellow drivers. You won’t want to miss his tips for dr ...…
 
I’m a big fan of companies that put drivers first, listen to drivers and make improvements based on driver feedback. In this episode, I’m talking with Jason Rees of FarePilot about FarePilot (a free app), what it does for drivers, and how it helps drivers earn more. Also, stay tuned until the end of this podcast, where I ask Jason what he’s lea ...…
 
Start ups are known for causing disruption and getting in hot water with regulators, but rarely is there a road map for navigating politics and working with regulators. In this episode, I’m talking with someone who did all of that and more for Uber and who currently runs a venture fund helping start ups navigate politics, regulatory issues and ...…
 
As the sharing and on-demand sectors continue to grow, we’re starting to see them intersect and complement each other. What does this mean for sharing companies, like Uber and Lyft? In this episode, I chat with Don Stalter of Global Founders Capital about the growth of the on-demand economy and what the future of companies in this sector could ...…
 
Have you wondered how some drivers can maintain a 4.9 or even 5-star rating after thousands of trips? How do they make it look so easy? In this episode, we’re talking with one of those unicorn drivers, a driver with a 4.99 star rating, who’s given over 5,000 rides. We’ll discuss how he maintained such a high rating, and his secrets for getting ...…
 
If you’ve ever wondered how small companies get big funding, this podcast episode is for you. I talk with Damir Becirovic, a venture capitalist with Index Ventures, about investing in companies like Bird and so much more. If you have a company or idea in mind, you definitely want to check out this episode to see how VCs like Damir evaluate comp ...…
 
Have you ever wanted to make money from things you already do in your spare time? It’s possible, and it’s not difficult! In this podcast episode, I interview Kevin, a delivery driver in Minnesota who’s delivered with Postmates, DoorDash, UberEATS and so much more about his strategies for delivery driving by bike plus how he makes a couple hundr ...…
 
We’re ten years into the “gig economy”, which was initially conceived of as a way to help workers be their own bosses, work on their own schedules, and still bring in a comfortable wage. 10 years in, we can now take a good look about the benefits and downsides of the gig economy. In this episode, I speak with reporter and author Sarah Kessler a ...…
 
Applying, Interviewing, and Getting a Job at Lyft Corporate Have you ever wondered what it takes to work at a rideshare company like Lyft? In this episode, I interview Bryan Chung, who interviewed to work at Lyft, about his experience and his takeaways. If you’ve ever wondered what the Lyft application process is like, how to stand out during t ...…
 
While most rides go off without a hitch, the more you drive, the more susceptible you are to getting into an accident, whether it’s your fault or not. You can’t control the other drivers on the road, but what do you need to know to prepare yourself for this eventuality? In this episode, I talk with Bryant Greening of Legal Rideshare about how t ...…
 
Have you ever wondered how Amazon Flex works? Are you paid hourly, what’s the wear and tear on your vehicle like, and what’s up with drones? Today, I talk with Taylor Soper of GeekWire about his experience working for Amazon Flex. We’ll cover how much you can expect to make, what the pros and cons are, and more in this podcast episode! Thank yo ...…
 
The Rideshare Guide is officially live today! You can buy it online at the booksellers below, or you can buy it from your local bookstore using this link. In this bonus episode of The Rideshare Guy podcast, I give you a preview audiobook version of Chapter One of The Rideshare Guide. Feel free to play this in your car while you’re driving to gi ...…
 
The Rideshare Guide comes out in less than two weeks, and in this episode of The Rideshare Guy podcast, I give you a behind the scenes look of what it takes to publish a book like The Rideshare Guide! Take a listen to this episode and let me know what you think in the comments below. If you’d like to read a transcript of this podcast, please cl ...…
 
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to drive for UberXL, but didn’t want to buy an XL vehicle to try it out? Is it true XL drivers make a lot more money? In this episode, I interview John O’Connell, an UberXL driver in San Francisco, about his experience, tips and more driving with UberXL. If you’d like to read a transcript of this podcast, p ...…
 
Have you ever wondered how Uber is planning for the future? Today, I interview Andrew Salzberg, head of Transportation Policy and Research at Uber. We cover everything from Uber’s upcoming partnerships with cities like Cincinnati, transportation infrastructure as cities continue to grow, plus electric cars. If you’ve ever been curious about how ...…
 
If you follow our weekly round ups, you’ve probably noticed a few articles about Uber’s profitability – or lack thereof. Today, I interview Professor Len Sherman of the Columbia Business School about an article he wrote titled “Why Can’t Uber Make Money?” We discuss Uber’s profitability, its business model, and its long term prospects in this e ...…
 
If you’ve ever tried to book group transportation for a lot of people (birthday, bachelor party, family reunion, work retreats, etc.), you probably know how difficult it can be to find reliable transportation. A new company called Swoop seeks to change that difficulty by making it easy to find reliable transportation – and the company partners ...…
 
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be a full-time driver and entrepreneur? In this podcast episode, I interview RSG contributor Jay Cradeur about what it’s like full-time driving, the strategies he uses to not burn out (he’s given over 15,000 rides!), and how he’s transitioning from rideshare driving into his own business. It’s a really c ...…
 
In today’s episode, I’m covering an important topic that is frequently ignored by drivers because it’s so expensive and/or confusing: health insurance. One of the reasons it took me so long to become a full time rideshare driver and blogger was I was worried about health insurance. With my full-time job, I covered my wife and myself, and as a s ...…
 
Even if you don’t listen to the news much, you’ve probably heard at least one story of Uber drivers behaving badly, whether it’s yelling at passengers or outright assaulting them. Uber is a sexy topic in the news, which means these types of stories (especially if they’re recorded by passengers) will get headlines, but it does bring up an import ...…
 
Maximum Ridesharing Profits is a course I created, along with another experienced rideshare driver, a few years ago, and it’s been incredibly helpful for students who’ve taken the course. Today, I wanted to bring on two MRP students to discuss the strategies they learned from MRP and what they’ve implemented. Both Chike and Adan have some reall ...…
 
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