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15 Things to Consider Before Starting an Association Podcast

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Date Published

September 13, 2018

Publisher

Wisconsin Society of Association Executives

Subjects

Podcast

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Summary

It seems as though you cannot throw a proverbial rock without hitting a figurative podcast; everybody seems to have one. Everyone from comedians to movie buffs and, yes, associations are trying their hand at podcasting. It is fun and exciting to jump into a new project, but without extensive planning, you will be on the road to a destination with no map or GPS. Hang tight; let’s consider what needs to get done. Don’t be in a rush to hit record.

Since an association’s podcast is a communication, marketing, and membership development activity, paying special attention to these items will set up your podcast for success.

This webinar will help association executives consider 15 attributes of planning and launching a podcast.

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Presenters

Tony Veroeven

Tony has a strong background in marketing, technology, and sales. Tony strives to be the “Linchpin” for AMPED Association... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

15 Things to Consider Before Starting an Association Podcast - Video
15 Things to Consider Before Starting an Association Podcast - PPT Handout
Sample Podcast Equipment
Directory Submissions Tracker
Podcast Promotional Plan
Podcast Preflight Checklist
CDC Audio Script Writing Guide
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