Podcasting for Professional Speakers

Podcasting for Professional Speakers

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It’s time to take a step in a new direction!

At the PSASA 2018 Convention this past month in Gauteng, we heard a very interesting and challenging presentation from NSA member David Pisarra who told us how he has used podcasts to increase his legal practice.

There was a great deal of buzz about this after David’s session and while a handful of us already have podcasts, there is a lot to learn, so we are turning to the professionals!

We have two events lined up where we will be talking with podcast experts and getting insight and inspiration from them. Thereafter we are proposing an online mastermind group to support each other in this field. Please let me know if you are interested.

Annemarie Cross – Podcasting Queen – How to use podcasts to promote your brand

On Tuesday 24 April, I am going to interview Annemarie Cross about podcasting.

Annemarie Cross is an Australian speaker and a member of the Women Speakers Association. She has tonnes of great content to share about podcasting and has hosted her own and helped others to establish their podcasts. Have a look at Annemarie’s website to see some of her work and how she helps podcasters get more from their shows.


Jayne Morgan – Podcast Producer – How to get started with podcasts

On Wednesday 2 May we are going to hear from Jayne Morgan on our PSASA Online meeting.

Jayne is a producer and creator of podcasts and you can see some of her projects on www.podcart.co.za. She has lots of experience with media and in particular radio and podcasting and loves to help other South African podcasts get started.

Book now for the online meeting with Jayne Morgan.

See you online!

Charlotte Kemp


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