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Delaware Blogger Podcast

Author: Antionette Blake

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Award-winning blogger, vlogger and social media educator Antionette Blake talks tech topics on Tuesdays and interviews guests on Wednesdays.

New episodes released every Tuesday at 2:00 PM EST

Read show notes on the blog @ https://delblogger.com
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What are some of the Pros and Cons of interviewing guests on your podcast.
Tips on being consistent when promoting your Podcasts including running a contest or giveaway to collect email addresses. Write out your show notes to share on your blog Create a contest or giveaway Post highlights on your social media platforms Add images, memes or gifs to promote your podcast Promote Podcast art work on social media platforms
Power of Podcasting Part 1

Power of Podcasting Part 1

2019-10-2900:14:02

Power of Podcasting - Part 1 Smart money is moving towards podcasting  AI & WiFi technology makes it easier Normalized and mainstream Not a fad nor the future Demographics has changed More big brands, like Bank of America are using podcasts to get their message directly to customers It's not too late to start a podcast Push -vs- Pull Marketing Intimate and involved Record anywhere on a large, free stage Listen anywhere - complete control 100% open rate -vs- email/newsletters Connect with clients on their commute or cleaning multitask and binge consume Revenue expected to increase to $1B by 2021Listen to learn more about the power of podcasting as presented at BloggerWeek in Washington, DC on the blog at https://delblogger.com
I recently read an article entitled "Why Every Podcaster Should Consider Live Shows" and I have to agree!  Here is what the author, Robin Kinnie had to say: Live Shows are a great way to connect with your audience.In the age of social media, we are able to connect with anyone worldwide. However, there’s nothing like meeting face-to-face. This gives loyal listeners the opportunity to meet you and gives you the opportunity to learn more about your listeners. Live shows can help monetize your podcast.Besides being able to meet your audience in person, live shows can generate money to support the production of your podcast. You can charge a nominal fee to cover overhead like event space. Ideally, remaining funds can go towards items such as equipment upgrades and monthly RSS feed fees. Live shows can promote shopping local.Events such as Small Business Saturday (presented by American Express) and the resurgence of entrepreneurship have made it cool to support small businesses in our communities. This is ideal for podcasters looking for a space to host a live event. That coffee shop that you frequent may be the perfect location to host your event. More importantly, the coffee shop owner will probably welcome the traffic and publicity. You can take it one step further by offering a small discount to your listeners (with permission from the owner, of course). It’s a win-win for you and the small business. Opportunity to share podcast on YouTubeSince traditional podcasts are audio-based, live shows can be recorded and shared as “special edition” videos for YouTube. By recording the live show, you extend the shelf life of the event. You can also use the recording as a tool for prospective advertisers and sponsors. Bonus: edit the video into short clips and use on social media for promo.What do you think, would you promote your podcast via live video?  Please send an email to tectalktuesday@gmail.com
Brandi Johnson, a newly published author, The P.O.W.E.R That Sets Burn Victims Free is a burn survivor, infant mortality expert, motivational speaker and President of Bea'u Culture. At 18 months old, Johnson suffered third degree burns after a hot water accident inside her Pittsburgh home. She barely survived. The traumatic incident led to years of depression, sleeping disorders, anxiety and PTSD. As a young woman, Johnson began a self-awareness journey which led to a path of empowerment and confidence.Today, she uses her voice as well as Bea'u Culture to inspire other burn survivors to rise up through the healing process. Her Pittsburgh-based company offers inspirational t-shirts that represent, "being who you are is your first culture." As an infant mortality expert with Healthy Start, Inc., Johnson also offers this encouragement and support to new mothers who face mental health challenges. Her mission is to help reduce the rising infant mortality rate by providing women with safety education and mental health assessments during the pregnancy process.Visit Brandi at her website www.bucllc.wordpress.com and Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/beauculture/https://linktr.ee/delblogger
Andre’ Boggerty, author of The Danger of the Safe Place is also a Detroit, Michigan native, who served in the United States Air Force at Dover AFBfrom 1991-1998. A graduate of Wilmington University, receiving both his Bachelor and Master’s degrees, Andre uses his education and experienceto reach people from various walks of life.  Andre’ is known for his humor and easy to get along with personality, it is evident that God has calledAndre' to serve.  He leads in so many different areas: businesses, the faith community, entrepreneurial endeavors, and in the fraternal community. He aspires to teach faith to those who never had it, and to restore faith of those who have lost it, ultimately accomplishing things that God hascalled them to do.  Andre' continues to glean from his father in the faith, Pastor Anthony Wallace, learning one of his most valuable lessons: "Youjust have to have faith to start". Andre’s “Books You Can Finish” series is aimed for busy individuals who love to read but find themselves too busy and also individuals who would like to start their reading journey and not feel overwhelmed.  The first book in the series is entitled, Danger of the Safe PlaceFind and follow Andre on his Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/TheDangerOfTheSafePlace/  Email - amboggerty @gmail.comhttps://linktr.ee/delblogger
Are you starting a new podcast or are a seasoned pro - if so, check out these 5 Podcasting Pointers to promote your podcast, then leave a few of your own: Find and Follow Your Audience - find your audience and then promote your podcast on the platform in which they hang out.  Younger audience are commonly found on Instagram and Snapchat, Boomers and Beyond are on LinkedIn and Facebook Use Hashtags - yes, even on Facebook.  Hashtags help in organic searches and helps other find podcasts and podcast topics.  Use hashtags such as #podcast #podcasthost #podcastguest and of course, #podcastlife Use images - humans have the attention span less than that of a goldfish - approximately 7 seconds so make sure you have pretty pictures or images to stop people from strolling Turn audio into video - convert your audio into a video using animation apps.  Tools such as AudioGram will transform audio into video with images. Promote Old Episodes - Create a schedule to promote your podcasts and be consistent - never just one and done.  Use Buffer, Hootsuite, PromoRepublic to repurpose old episodes especially if the topic is evergreen.Find and follow my podcast, "Out and About with Antionette on the Delaware Blogger Podcast" https://anchor.fm/delawareblogger and subscribe to my blog https://delblogger.comAudioGram - https://getaudiogram.com/register/f2bfa8
Joetta Clark Diggs, is an Olympic athlete who has made an indelible impact in sports and business. In her legendary 24-year elite career as a half-mile runner, she represented the United States of America at the 1988, 1992, 1996 and 2000 Olympic Games. The USA Track & Field Hall of Fame inductee also is an inspiring motivational speaker, respected businesswoman, critically acclaimed author, noted television /radio personality and an advocate for health and fitness.lowing up! The New Jersey native is the founder of the Joetta Clark Diggs Sports Foundation which promotes physical activities for children in grades K-12 and has engaged over 70,000 children since 2002. Joetta is also the President of Joetta Sports & Beyond, LLC www.joettasportsandbeyond.com where she delivers messages of health, fitness and empowerment to corporations, colleges, medical programs and civic organizations. In 2009, she authored her first book Joetta’s “P” Principles for Success: Life Lessons Learned from Track & Field. listen to the podcast interview and to learn more about how this "Jersey girl" encouraged by her father to run track in school is now running the Phenomenal Fit & Focused 2019 Women's Empowerment Summit coming to New Brunswick on November 15th. To learn more about Joetta, head over to her website www.joettasportsandbeyond.com or visit her Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/Joetta-Clark-Diggs-4x-OlympianPublic-Speaker-48809531310/
If you're considering whether or not you want to use podcasts in the classroom consider these benefits for students.Reading along with a podcast builds confidence and literacyWord recognition and decoding is the most crucial skill for very young students and reading podcast transcripts can assistPodcasts allow students to practice their listening comprehension skillsIn addition, students learning English as a second language report that they like how they can read the words and promptly "hear how they're supposed to sound." Pronunciation and prosody -- the patterns of stress and intonation used when people are speaking -- aid in understanding, especially for English-language learners.Podcasts present a broad array of narrative types and subject matter.With podcasts, you can choose the content and form that fits your particular lesson, and the possibilities are endless: fictional stories, educational and inspirational TED talks, current events/world news, history, sports, pop culture/entertainment, and investigative journalism. Using an array of forms keeps your class fresh and engaging, and podcasts expose students to a wide variety of methods of communication, including narration, casual dialogue, scripted dialogue, and interviews.Podcasts are FREE, accessible, and always contemporary.https://linktr.ee/delblogger
Nyemade Boiwu  - aka- That African Butterfly is an award-winning speaker, writer and digital content strategist. As a plus-size, female, African immigrant who grew up in conservative upstate New York she’s passionate about using her voice to help bridge the gap between various groups of people. Nyemade has a YouTube channel where she provides recaps about community events and also vlogs about her weight loss journey. She’s been published in the Delaware News Journal. She's the host of "Let's Talk Live" - a weekly live series on her Instagram channel where she interviewed various people about topics that will help others live their best life. She's also the host of the new monthly "Community Conversations" events. She's the other half of the "Alter Egos Podcast" that will be coming out soon. Her personal blog, "My Two Cents", will be launching soon as well. Follow Nyemade on Instagram at That African Butterfly 
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