Jan 24

73- Creating successful podcasts for non-profit groups – with case studies

In this episode, we review the aspect of creating a podcast for a non-profit group or organization. We also deliver 2 case studies of how to develop your podcast, grow your audience, support fundraising activities and promote longevity for membership responsibility of the organization’s podcast.

The 2 case studies are about military service organizations (501 c 3).

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This was a presentation originally prepared and delivered at the New Media  Expo 2015 conference in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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As you will hear in this detailed audio episode, there are many activities that are supported by a podcast for the non-profit group.

Also, the organization can benefit in many ways by creating a podcast and nurturing it for the membership audiences for which it is aimed.

Thus, a niche podcast for a niche audience can well serve a non-profit organization, and the two success stories can provide lessons learned, as well as be cases-in-point.

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Jan 04

72- Podcasters and Entrepreneurs face issues with interviews in 2016

In this episode, we discuss issues facing Entrepreneurs and podcasters in 2016 about interviews for podcast shows and entrepreneur interviewees.

podcast_reporter_albumartwork1400As you will hear in this audio episode, the main themes discussed are:

1.  Issues with common courtesy and reciprocity for interviews with podcasters;

2.  The possible growth of the practice of charging money from entrepreneurs by podcasters, so that the latter may interview the former in a podcast episode (for audience growth, awareness and exposure). There is a reference to discussion with an individual who is a present-day case-in-point;

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3. The possible future practice of compliance with interview protocol and fee structure — very much like the FTC compliance regulations for disclosure when receiving benefits, testimonials,etc.

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As you will hear in this audio episode, Daniel J Lewis of the podcast show, THE AUDACITY TO PODCAST, is a case-in-point of a podcaster who walked-the-walk, and not just talked-the-talk. His actions proved that he was courteous by reciprocating interviews with your humble host and narrator.

Daniel J Lewis delivers courtesy

Also, in his January 4, 2016, episode of the podcast show called THE SCHOOL OF PODCASTING, Dave Jackson interviews a podcaster that is charging over $57.00 dollars (USD) for interviewing an entrepreneur who is requesting to be an interviewee in a podcast episode.

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