Hobbies of Nonprofit Communicators – Podcasts

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Today, let’s take a look at podcasts nonprofit communicators got into during the last year. From Denise MacDonald: I started working on a podcast using some old family cassette tape letters. Something turned me on to a podcast again and all of a sudden my world opened up.

Kivi and Sarah Talk about Nonprofit Marketing Trends [Podcast]

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Give a listen to one of our recent conversations about nonprofit marketing trends for Sarah’s podcast, The Smart Communications Podcast. The post Kivi and Sarah Talk about Nonprofit Marketing Trends [Podcast] appeared first on Nonprofit Marketing Guide.

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Three Reasons Why Your Nonprofit Needs a Podcast in 2019

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Some people will find it hard to believe that one of my favorite podcasts is produced by AARP. Twenty-five intriguing episodes of The Perfect Scam podcast series can be found on the nonprofit’s website, and I binge listened to EVERY SINGLE ONE of them over the holidays. Their podcast is hosted by Frank Abagnale (Yes, the book and film Catch Me If You Can was based on THIS Frank) and Will Johnson. First, rest assured that a good podcast doesn’t have to last an hour.

Introducing the Engagement Fundraising Podcast – Now Available!

iMarketSmart

I’m so excited to tell you about a brand new weekly podcast that I’m on all about engagement fundraising! Now available on Apple Podcasts is MarketSmart’s new podcast, Engagement Fundraising! The show features myself and our new podcast producer, Tim Chaten. The podcast launches with three episodes discussing the 8 Core Components of Engagement Fundraising, the 7 Principles of Engagement Fundraising and Donor Surveys. Today is a great day!

Joe Rogan, true crime, and the 2nd podcasting revolution

Public Sector Marketing 2.0

In 2007 I subscribed to and became a regular listener of my first podcast, Mitch Joel’s Six Pixels of Separation. I can’t even begin to list the number of new topics, ideas, thought leaders, authors, and industries that these sort of podcasts have introduced me to.

Ask the Expert: Starting and Hosting a Podcast

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Podcasts are growing and can be wonderful communications tools for nonprofits. Some causes are using podcasts to share advocacy information with members and supporters, others are repurposing educational and informational content to reach wider audiences. The podcast format is a great way to increase engagement and spread your organization’s message further, so we asked podcast expert Erik Jacobson of Be My Guest for advice on the basics of how to start and host a podcast.

This week on the podcasts

iMarketSmart

If you didn’t know yesterday MarketSmart’s Engagement Fundraising podcast released a brand new episode all about how you as a fundraiser can create the Disney experience. If you have any feedback or topic suggestions for the podcasts please email info@imarketsmart.com. The post This week on the podcasts appeared first on MarketSmart, LLC |.

Engagement Fundraising Podcast: The reviews are in!

iMarketSmart

Podcasting is pretty new for me. But I’m thrilled to see the reviews for the Engagement Fundraising Podcast have been positive. Thank you for launching this podcast! This podcast offers lots of substance. If you want a podcast that’s friendly, conversational and humorous, listen to this one. So, please check out my podcast here or on iTunes. Where You Can Listen: >>Listen on Apple Podcasts. >>Listen

Podcasts for Nonprofit Communications Directors

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Is podcasting making a big comeback? As an Android user, I’m also excited about new apps that make following podcasts without iTunes much easier. It seems like every year, I read an article saying Yes. Despite all the interest in more visual content, there’s something very compelling about rich audio content that doesn’t require you to stare directly at it or to hold it in your hands. Pop in some earbuds or use a Bluetooth speaker and multi-task away.

My New Engagement Fundraising Podcast: The reviews are in!

iMarketSmart

” Those were my concerns before releasing my new podcast titled Engagement Fundraising (that’s the phrase I coined half a decade ago). So I hope you’ll check out the podcast and write a review too! You can now listen to the podcast in Google Play , YouTube , Stitcher , Apple Podcasts and TuneIn Radio. Thank you for launching this podcast! This podcast offers lots of substance. Where You Can Listen: >>Listen on Apple Podcasts.

This Could Be the Perfect Time to Start Your Nonprofit Podcast. Learn How Tomorrow

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

And you can do all of that easily with your own podcast. Join us for our next BUDGET-FRIENDLY webinar to learn what you need to start your own podcast. How to Launch a Podcast for Your Nonprofit. “A must-watch before starting a podcast!

Podcast Recap: Dana Snyder (& Cause Camp Speaker Reveal!)

NonProfit Hub

Check out our conversation with Dana Snyder of Positive Equation on our podcast! Dana Snyder, the brilliant mind behind the major nonprofit movement Movember, joined us for a chat on the Hubcast podcast. Some big names came up in this podcast. Featured cause camp podcast

Authenticity and Building an Online Community [PODCAST]

J Campbell Social Marketing

I am pleased to have been featured on my friend Jeannine O’Neil’s super social media podcast, Social Eyes ! See more up at Jeannine’s blog , and listen to the podcast here: The post Authenticity and Building an Online Community [PODCAST] appeared first on JCSM. Marketing Social Media Speaking Strategy Interview Jeannine O'Neil podcast Social Eyes social media strategy

[PODCAST] Growing Good With Maggie Stuckey

NonProfit Hub

If you prefer to get your nonprofit education through podcasts, check out our Hubcast page and follow us on SoundCloud ! The post [PODCAST] Growing Good With Maggie Stuckey appeared first on Nonprofit Hub. Featured Hubcast growing good hubcast podcastNonprofit Hub’s newest Hubcast series, Growing Good, is all about how young nonprofit professionals can sustain and grow our industry for the better.

How to Use Social Media for Fundraising [PODCAST + FREE WEBINAR]

J Campbell Social Marketing

In addition to this free webinar , I am pleased to have been featured on Causevox’s social media for nonprofits podcast, Rally & Engage ! The post How to Use Social Media for Fundraising [PODCAST + FREE WEBINAR] appeared first on JCSM. Fundraising Nonprofits Online Fundraising ROI Social Media Strategy CauseVox free webinar podcast social media for fundraising social media roi

[PODCAST] INSPIRE with Jeff Nelson

NonProfit Hub

The post [PODCAST] INSPIRE with Jeff Nelson appeared first on Nonprofit Hub. Nonprofit Hub’s INSPIRE Hubcast series shares powerful and impactful stories of organizations persevering to create the change they want to see in the world. Each episode features a new guest with their own unique story. It’s our hope that their words motivate you to power through whatever obstacles stand in your way of achieving your organization’s mission.

[PODCAST] Growing Good with Graham Pansing Brooks

NonProfit Hub

The post [PODCAST] Growing Good with Graham Pansing Brooks appeared first on Nonprofit Hub. Last month, Nonprofit Hub introduced its newest Hubcast series, Growing Good, at Cause Camp. In each episode, Nonprofit Hub executive director Randy Hawthorne and his co-host, Kyle Cartwright, chat with young social sector professionals about how they see the nonprofit industry adapting and evolving.

[PODCAST] Growing Good with Lisa Guill

NonProfit Hub

The post [PODCAST] Growing Good with Lisa Guill appeared first on Nonprofit Hub. Nonprofit Hub’s newest Hubcast series, Growing Good, is all about how young nonprofit professionals can sustain and grow our industry for the better. As startups and other for-profit companies ramp up their offerings for new employees, young people are especially pressured to forgo nonprofit work.

[PODCAST] Hub Radio with Chad Williams

NonProfit Hub

This podcast is sponsored by Journity. The post [PODCAST] Hub Radio with Chad Williams appeared first on Nonprofit Hub. Nonprofit Hub is excited to announce Hub Radio, our new Hubcast series aimed at covering the ins and outs of nonprofit management in a holistic way. Each episode will feature a different guest with a different expertise, in hopes of providing a topic-by-topic look at the nonprofit sector.

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[PODCAST] INSPIRE with Afam Onyema

NonProfit Hub

The post [PODCAST] INSPIRE with Afam Onyema appeared first on Nonprofit Hub. In the first episode of Nonprofit Hub’s INSPIRE Hubcast series, our host Randy talks with Afam Onyema, co-founder of GEANCO. GEANCO’s mission is to save and transform the lives of the poor and vulnerable in Africa. Afam shares how he created a nonprofit with student loan debt and virtually no seed money.

18 takeaways from my recent appearance on the Giving Back Podcast

iMarketSmart

This was a super-fun interview on The Giving Back Podcast. The post 18 takeaways from my recent appearance on the Giving Back Podcast appeared first on MarketSmart. But if you don’t have time to listen to it, here are some notes my staff wrote down after listening.

[PODCAST] What’s Next? with Ben Bisbee

NonProfit Hub

The post [PODCAST] What’s Next? In this episode, Randy and Ben Bisbee focus on volunteerism —what it means in today’s world, and what it will mean in years to come. They talk about the changing context behind managing volunteers, what it means to surround yourself with good people and so much more. Check it out and let us know your thoughts on the future of volunteerism in the comments! Ben is a self-proclaimed “madman with focus.”

[PODCAST] What’s Next? with Kathleen Janus

NonProfit Hub

The post [PODCAST] What’s Next? In this episode of What’s Next?, Randy and Kathleen Janus talk about social entrepreneurship and how it can be used to tackle some of society’s grandest problems. Also discussed in this episode is earned income , overhead costs, root-cause initiatives and more. Kathleen “Kelly” Janus is a social entrepreneur, author and lecturer at Stanford University’s Program on Social Entrepreneurship.

[PODCAST] What’s Next? with Amy Eisenstein

NonProfit Hub

The post [PODCAST] What’s Next? In this episode of What’s Next? Randy talks with author, speaker, trainer and fundraising expert Amy Eisenstein. They focus primarily on nonprofit capital campaigns and what they might look like in the years to come. Amy Eisenstein, ACFRE is an author, speaker, and trainer and the creator of Mastering Major Gifts, a 7 week online course.

[PODCAST] Hub Radio with David Blyer

NonProfit Hub

The post [PODCAST] Hub Radio with David Blyer appeared first on Nonprofit Hub. Nonprofit Hub is excited to announce Hub Radio, our new Hubcast series aimed at covering the ins and outs of nonprofit management in a holistic way. Each episode will feature a different guest with different expertise, in hopes of providing a topic-by-topic look at the nonprofit sector. .

Podcasting: Unicorn or Real Opportunity?

The Agitator

It’s about the founding of the real-life podcast Startup which covers the founding and early days of Gimlet Media. Gimlet produces podcasts that are downloaded 12 million times a month. Now that the subject of ” podcasting ” has hit the cultural mainstream of television, it’s long overdue for an Agitator post. I’m an unabashed podcast junkie. My phone and tablet contain downloads of more than 70 podcasts I subscribe to and follow regularly.

[PODCAST] What’s Next? with Jay Wilkinson

NonProfit Hub

The post [PODCAST] What’s Next? In this episode of What’s Next?, host Randy Hawthorne and Jay Wilkinson talk about the future of nonprofit revenue models, earned income, B-Corps and more. Jay is the Founder and CEO of Firespring , a digital marketing company that helps nonprofits spread their message to the world. Jay has started nearly a dozen companies and has a soft spot for nonprofit work.

[PODCAST] What’s Next? with Marc Pitman

NonProfit Hub

The post [PODCAST] What’s Next? What’s Next? is a Hubcast series that tackles the future of the nonprofit industry head on. In each episode, host and Nonprofit Hub executive director Randy Hawthorne interviews an industry leader with a unique perspective on a number of different issues, and what they mean for nonprofit professionals like you.

[PODCAST] What?s Next? with Kishshana Palmer

NonProfit Hub

Our mission is still to provide premium education, so, just like our previous podcasts, education is at the center of it all. The post [PODCAST] What’s Next? We’re so excited to announce our new Hubcast series, What’s Next? We’re taking a bit of a different approach this time around, and we really think you’re going to love it.

InspirED Podcast: Independent School Branding Illuminated

Mission Minded

I was recently invited to InspirED’s Sparkcast Podcast to chat about independent school branding, and the impact it can have on your school’s enrollment and development efforts. The post InspirED Podcast: Independent School Branding Illuminated appeared first on Mission Minded. Have a listen! What You’ll Learn How and why Mission Minded recently helped SSATB successfully rebrand itself into The Enrollment Management Association.

[PODCAST] What’s Next? with Gina Trimarco

NonProfit Hub

The post [PODCAST] What’s Next? In this episode, Gina Trimarco and Randy Hawthorne discuss the importance of running your organization like a business, no matter its tax classification. They talk leadership transitions, the importance of human understanding and, of course, they share about a million laughs.

[LIVE PODCAST] Your Fundraising Fix, Tips & Tricks

NonProfit Hub

You can subscribe to the Hubcast on iTunes and Soundcloud to make sure you don’t miss out on our latest podcast. The post [LIVE PODCAST] Your Fundraising Fix, Tips & Tricks appeared first on Nonprofit Hub. Cause Camp 2017 was our best year yet. We had live t-shirts being printed, breakout yoga and meditation sessions, service work for a local nonprofit, oh… and a stellar lineup of thought leaders educating and interacting with attendees.

Social Good Podcast 2.0

A. Fine Blog

I’m about to celebrate my third anniversary of hosting the Social Good podcast at the Chronicle of Philanthropy. ” The Social Good podcast needs to keep up with this transition. Peter Panepento , my smart, colleague at the Chronicle, and I began to discuss the next iteration of the podcast. Here’s our thinking to date for a new format for the podcast beginning in January 2012.

[PODCAST] What’s Next? with Kishshana Palmer (2.0)

NonProfit Hub

The post [PODCAST] What’s Next? We had such a compelling conversation with Kishshana Palmer during our first-ever What’s Next? episode that we invited her back. This time, she and Randy focus on diversity in the workplace, work-like balance and how to recruit talent that sticks around. We’re so, so excited to have Kishshana as one of our presenters at Cause Camp 2019. Kishshana Palmer is your go-to advisor as you think of growing your organization.

[PODCAST] What’s Next? with Ben Bisbee

NonProfit Hub

The post [PODCAST] What’s Next? In this episode, Randy and Ben Bisbee focus on volunteerism —what it means in today’s world, and what it will mean in years to come. They talk about the changing context behind managing volunteers, what it means to surround yourself with good people and so much more. Check it out and let us know your thoughts on the future of volunteerism in the comments! Ben is a self-proclaimed “madman with focus.”

[PODCAST] Three Steps to Master Planned Giving | Ft. Tony Martignetti

NonProfit Hub

You can subscribe to the Hubcast on iTunes and Soundcloud to make sure you don’t miss out on our latest podcast. Welcome to our podcast that’s dedicated to making your ears happy, your job easier and your nonprofit more remarkable. There, you’ll find all of the education we provide in podcasts, classes, webinars, a print magazine, and online articles that are published throughout the week. The post [PODCAST] Three Steps to Master Planned Giving | Ft.

Why You Should Hire a Fundraising Consultant – Episode 15

iMarketSmart

Check out the How I Built My Fundraising Consultancy Podcast on Apple Podcasts , Google Play , Stitcher and other podcast directories. Podcast engagement fundraising podcast fundraising consultant job description fundraising expert non profit fundraising companies professional fundraisers for nonprofits professional fundraising companies what does a fundraising consultant do

[PODCAST] Get Your Board on Board | Ft. Claire Axelrad

NonProfit Hub

You can subscribe to the Hubcast on Soundcloud and iTunes to make sure you don’t miss out on the latest podcast. The post [PODCAST] Get Your Board on Board | Ft. Let’s be honest, fundraising gets a bad rap. It’s like the misunderstood middle child who really does mean well, they just come off a little off-putting at times.

[PODCAST] The Cost of Poor Nonprofit Leadership | Ft. Marc Pitman

NonProfit Hub

You can subscribe to the Hubcast on iTunes and Soundcloud to make sure you don’t miss out on our latest podcast. The post [PODCAST] The Cost of Poor Nonprofit Leadership | Ft. Marc Pitman has spent years consulting with nonprofits to get their boards and staff excited to raise money for their organizations. During that time he’s come to find that it’s not all roses with nonprofit leadership in our sector.

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Free fundraising tips and ideas in 3 podcasts!

Fundraising Coach

In the past week, I was privileged to be the guest on three terrific podcasts! I Can Haz Podcast. And I got to be a guest of Sue Murphy and Stefan Haller on the I Can Haz Podcast. In each I was asked various aspects of fundraising. Ted Hart’s Nonprofit Radio. On Ted’s show, about 15-20 minutes in, we talked about Ask Without Fear! and the ins and outs of major gift fundraising. You can listen in at: [link]. Blackbaud’s npVOICES.

[PODCAST] Donor Communications Crash Course | Ft. Tom Ahern

NonProfit Hub

You can subscribe to the Hubcast on iTunes and Soundcloud to make sure you don’t miss out on our latest podcast. The post [PODCAST] Donor Communications Crash Course | Ft. Donor communications guru, Tom Ahern is a copywriter by trade. He knows the ins and outs of donor-centric fundraising and gave us some great tips for nonprofits. People like having conversations, but hate being “talked at.”

Want to hear an example of why I absolutely LOVE my employees?

iMarketSmart

Recently, he was interviewed by Rob Harter at the Nonprofit Leadership Podcast. Fundraising can a podcast be a nonprofit charity blog fundraising board development communications how to start a nonprofit podcast marketsmart nonprofit ally nonprofits are messy lessons in leadership nonprofits are messy podcast podcast nonprofit management top nonprofit leadersI love my employees. Seriously! They are amazing people. But don’t take my word for it.

Hear Me Out: 3 Quick Steps to Potent Podcasting

Getting Attention

A podcast is audio content that can be downloaded automatically as a one-off or on ongoing, as a series, so listeners can view or listen offline. In most cases, the term “podcast” refers to audio content. Whatever you call it, podcasting is a great communications tool and one that's easy to produce. Turn to the the We are Media Podcasting Toolbox for ongoing models, guidelines and ideas on podcasting.