These four podcast tips will help nonprofit podcasts find ways to use automation to streamline workflow. Planning, recording, and producing a podcast takes a lot of time, and bringing workflow automation strategy into podcast production is a great way for nonprofits teams to become more efficient. Podcasting guru Yann Ilunga delivered these tips at the 2018 Podcast Movement in Philadelphia.
A podcast is a powerful and effective tool for nonprofit organizations. With podcasts, nonprofits are able to network with their community, reach a wider audience, as well as offer their donors an additional communication platform that is simple and accessible. In addition, nonprofits can share their organization's stories through their podcasts, so current and prospective donors can learn more about how they are reaching—and achieving—their missions! Nonprofits should use these optimization steps to make the podcast production process easier and deliver more content to their community.
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