Nonprofit Radio, January 13, 2012: Podcasting Primer & Twitter Organization Pages

Big Nonprofit Ideas for the Other 95%

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My Guests:

John Federico
John Federico: Podcasting Primer

John Federico, principal of The New Rules, shares what podcasting is and how to do it in support of outreach for your nonprofit. How do you get started with budget, gear, content and distribution? Maybe you’ll start your own internet radio show.

Please take a moment to take the survey for this week’s segment with John! You’ll find it here at the end of the guest and segment descriptions. Thank you!

Scott Koegler
Scott Koegler: Twitter Organization Pages

Scott Koegler is our regular tech contributor and the editor of Nonprofit Technology News. We’ll talk about Twitter organization pages. What are they? Should you jump in? How do you get started?

 


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