Trafcom News Podcast
By Donna Papacosta
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A show about communicating with clients, prospects and employees - in person, in print and online. Listen to this podcast if you CARE about communicating!
||Trafcom News Podcast 133: Communicate your way to a brighter career||Stand out. Get noticed. Be brilliant. An interview with Gerry Lewis. - How many times have you been in a meeting that feels like the movie Groundhog Day? (“Haven’t we discussed this before – to no end?”) How many times have you seen someone bore t||2/23/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Trafcom News Podcast 132: How to create and curate trusted content||This is a short episode that I wanted to get to you before the Christmas season gets into full swing. Short but important, I think. Recently I attended an event hosted by CNW Group featuring keynote speaker Craig Silverman,||12/19/2014||Free||View In iTunes|
||Trafcom News Podcast 131: Tips for new bloggers||I’ve been sharing blogging advice with my students at the University of Toronto, and I thought I’d include it in a podcast episode as well. Here are the show notes: - 00:01 Welcome and introduction - 03:12 Blog about a topic you’re passionate about||10/30/2014||Free||View In iTunes|
||Trafcom News Podcast 130: The business of podcasting||In this episode, Steve Lubetkin and I talk about the book we’re writing, The Business of Podcasting. Unlike other podcasting books that delve into the mechanics of creating a podcast, The Business of Podcasting tells you about the business side of the .||7/11/2014||Free||View In iTunes|
||Trafcom News Podcast 129: 8 podcasting truths||Fresh off a semester teaching audio journalism, and in the midst of writing a book called The Business of Podcasting with Steve Lubetkin, I just had to share these eight podcasting truths with you. I guess I could also name them “things I wish I’d kno||4/30/2014||Free||View In iTunes|
||Trafcom News 128: The Podcamp Toronto edition||This is a 10-minute podcast about Podcamp Toronto 2014 by Donna Papacosta. Here are the show notes: - 00:01 Welcome and intro - 00:33 Quick recap of my favourite sessions attended at Podcamp Toronto: -||2/24/2014||Free||View In iTunes|
||Trafcom News Podcast 127: Three tips to attract, convert and keep clients||Recently I had a meeting with the marketing team at a small business. They were asking my advice about social media and about sending a “blast” out to bloggers who are influential in their market. You can imagine what happened next.||2/17/2014||Free||View In iTunes|
||Trafcom News Podcast 126: What you need to know right now about Google Plus!||In this conversation with social media expert B.L. Ochman, originally broadcast and now archived as a Google Hangout on Air, we make the point that communicators and marketers can no longer ignore Google+. - B.L.||1/10/2014||Free||View In iTunes|
||Trafcom News Podcast 125: Living life with ease in 2014||Are you working on your plans for 2014? Me too. One of the things I’d like to do in the new year is move away from the “crazy busy” mindset. If this is an objective for you too, then listen to my interview with Eileen Chadnick, author of the new boo||12/28/2013||Free||View In iTunes|
||Trafcom News Podcast 124: Why blogging matters more than ever||In this 22-minute podcast you’ll hear an interview with blogging expert Mark Evans, principal with ME Consulting, who works with startups and entrepreneurs looking to jump-start their marketing. Mark writes a blog about startup marketing at markevans.ca||12/9/2013||Free||View In iTunes|
Great Mix of Content
I have to say, this podcast has helped improve how I communicate through audio, video and print. Donna doesn't get caught up in industry jargon, and she offers a great mix of content.
Trafcom News Podcast
This was my introduction to podcasting and I'm glad I found it. Donna's content is excellent and she's directed me to other podcasts that have been extremely useful. My only complaint is that Donna's episodes aren't frequent enough.