All posts tagged: podcasting

ImaginePublicity on Air: Kedma Ough author of TARGET FUNDING

Business ownership, being your own boss, living the American Dream! But, you’ve been turned down by lending institutions, credit cards are maxed out, and all your friends and family are turning away from you when they think you may ask to borrow money! What’s the next step to finding funding for your new business? There’s a reason Kedma Ough is known as the “small business superhero” and that’s because she consistently goes beyond the boundaries to find solutions for those who are starting a new business, or looking to grow an existing business. One of the most frustrating issues facing those who are looking to make their dreams come true is funding. In her new book, TARGET FUNDING: A Proven System to Get the Money & Resources You Need to Start or Grow Your Business (McGraw Hill), Kedma Ough walks readers through a series of strategies addressing each obstacle one may face. TARGET FUNDING is a vital resource for anyone who is searching financial backing options, some are obscure but offer innovative alternatives to banks …

It’s a New Day for Donna Gore

After years of interviews and hundreds of podcasts, Donna R. Gore, the internet’s “LadyJustice” is stepping into a new format for Shattered Lives.

Shattered Lives podcast has been the premier place for learning about the aftermath of crime, victims’ stories, and offers resources for forging through the criminal justice system and entering a new normal life.

Mobile devices like iPod, tablets and smartphones for podcasts on the go

Podcasting: On Demand, On the Go

In the shower. In the garden. In the gym. On the road. Anywhere, anytime, when you want it! Entertainment, information, experiences, memorable stories, education, in-depth interviews, interesting topics and people comprise the content of today’s podcasts heard around the world. With the advent of Apple’s iPod back in 2001, which touted the fact that it holds “1000 songs in your pocket,” a new form of listening was created.  The iPod evolved over the years to hold, not only music, but videos, television shows, and “podcasts.” Along with iTunes as a source for downloading broadcasts, other internet sites emerged with similar offerings and today most terrestrial radio stations have the ability to download and listen to shows at a later time. The revolution of podcasting introduced the world to “on demand” listening devices that can be taken anywhere. Podcasting as a Marketing Tool Podcasting isn’t always music or a conversation between host and guest. Businesses and individuals use the format as a powerful communication tool. Combined with a well crafted blog, podcasts can disseminate information through the pipeline reaching a much larger audience. …