I’m very grateful for the many terrific comments on iTunes for Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio, Big Nonprofit Ideas for the Other 95%. You can read them all at NonprofitRadio.net. Thanks so much!
There’s a good chance you’ve heard rumors to the effect that I host two podcasts for nonprofits.
I can confirm the veracity of that hearsay.
Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio has over 9,000 listeners each week. Thanks to a burst of activity that more than doubled the number of iTunes ratings because of my 500 Stars Campaign, Nonprofit Radio trended in two categories last week.
Here it is in “What’s Hot” for Government & Organizations:
And here, in iTunes’ Nonprofit category:
Please give the show a 1 to 5 star rating in iTunes. It’s simple. Start here, then click “View” in iTunes.
My monthly podcast for The Chronicle of Philanthropy, Fundraising Fundamentals has about 3,000 listeners. It’s a short, 10-minute format, compared to the hour-long Nonprofit Radio.
It may be short, but it trended impressively last week also:
Listeners, I’m very grateful for your support of my podcasts. I want them to bring you value and I want you to tell me if they don’t. Thank you very much for listening.
Future listeners: come into the fold. Join the flock. It’s only a matter of time. You might as well start now.
You can listen and subscribe on iTunes at these links:
The goal of the 500 Star Campaign is 100 ratings for Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio on iTunes.
Why have 100 ratings? This will give the show greater visibility in iTunes, exposing it to more potential listeners so more nonprofits benefit as I pick my guests’ brains.
Please watch the video and help the Campaign by rating the show in iTunes.
It’s a monthly, 10-minute show devoted to fundraising, and I’ve been at it for over a year.
Each month I have a charity rep and a consultant, and I pick their brains for my listeners.
In June through August there was a 3-month series on grant seeking:
- Why Thinking Small Helps Win Big Grant Money
- How to Write a Winning Grant Proposal
- Reach Out to Foundation Program Officers
As you listen to “Fundraising Fundamentals,” please give me your feedback. I listen to listeners.
I’m the aptly named host of this weekly internet radio show, Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio. It’s doing pretty well after 21 months. Over a thousand iTunes downloads per show. Over 600 likes on Facebook. And a spiffy two minute promo reel with a bunch of famous people, which I wouldn’t mind a few more people watching.
But iTunes is where I’d really be grateful for your help. I’d like to get more ratings. Today there are six, and that’s not representative of the number of listeners.
If you listen to my show, would you please rate it? It’s merely a few clicks (and one scroll), you needn’t write anything.
- Go to the show’s iTunes preview page.
- Click “View In iTunes” under the graphic.*
- Scroll to the bottom of the page (not the list of shows) and rate the show with 1 through 5 stars.
I thank you very much.
I feel a responsibility to give real value on my blog, so I’m not completely comfortable only asking for a favor, even for just one week.
Here is this week’s value: philanthropy is a growth industry.
LinkedIn and the Council of Economic Advisors (opposite ends of the stodginess spectrum) teamed up to measure the winning and losing industries during our recession. They identified philanthropy as a strong growth industry between 2007 and 2011. Here is the article and infographic.
*You’ll have to have iTunes installed. If you don’t you’ll be directed to the iTunes download page.