Best Onlinecommunities podcasts we could find (Updated May 2019)
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Welcome to Anatomy of a Strategy. Recorded in the booming metropolis of Toronto, Ontario, Canada - home of Drake, Margaret Atwood, and crippling self-doubt. Every episode we deep dive into the strategies and insights of building digital audiences. From community to content, influencers to interest graphs, metrics to memes, and everything in between. Hosted by Tara Hunt and Carlos Pacheco who both have been working in marketing and social for over 20 years. Anatomy of a Strategy is produced b ...
 
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Community Signal is a weekly podcast for online community professionals, hosted by industry veteran Patrick O’Keefe. There are plenty of social media and marketing podcasts out there. That’s not what this is. Social media is set of tools. Community is a strategy you apply to those tools. Marketing brings new customers. Community helps you keep them.
 
The Good Social Media Podcast seeks out the good stories and celebrates how social media is helping us live richer more connected lives. It’s connecting people around the world, sharing stories, news and events, informing, enlightening and enriching our relationships. Good Social Media is the kind that makes you smile, makes you think, breaks down a wall, it can make you happy and sad or inspire you to make a change, it can bring you closer to a loved one or introduce you to a new friend acr ...
 
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How would the internet change if Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act is repealed? For U.S.-based online communities and the professionals that work for them, not for the better. In fact David Greene, senior staff attorney and civil liberties director at the Electronic Frontier Foundation, argues that some websites and communities woul ...…
 
Brian Solis is a digital anthropologist, keynote speaker and best-selling author and one of Tara's old friends. Life Scale is Brian's most recent book which is a departure from his previous work. Life Scale addresses the impact that social platforms and smart devices have in our lives. "As much as we multitask, love our devices, and feel like w ...…
 
Republished: Can a business use social media to successfully grow an audience and build a client base? In this episode Todd talks about how business can use social media to not just sell but enrich their audiences lives with valuable content.By Todd Austin.
 
In this episode of Anatomy of a Strategy, we welcome the world changing Cindy Gallop. She is the founder and former chair of the US branch of advertising firm Bartle Bogle Hegarty, and founder of the IfWeRanTheWorld and MakeLoveNotPorn. We talked with Cindy about her history in the world of advertising, starting and building an agency in New Yo ...…
 
In this episode of Anatomy of a Strategy, we welcome the world changing Cindy Gallop. She is the founder and former chair of the US branch of advertising firm Bartle Bogle Hegarty, and founder of the IfWeRanTheWorld and MakeLoveNotPorn. We talked with Cindy about her history in the world of advertising, starting and building an agency in New Yo ...…
 
With a lot of talk recently about Facebook making some big changes Todd discusses what a better version of Facebook might be like. Are we already using this new version of Facebook? Are these ‘changes’ just Facebook adapting the platform to align withBy Todd Austin.
 
When did you first realize that community management was an actual job? Many of the guests on Community Signal, including Patrick and this week’s guest, Shreyas Narayanan Kutty, got their start in community management by volunteering for causes or topics that they were passionate about. After building communities as a volunteer for the Mozilla ...…
 
Social media has some growing up to do but if you step back and look at it, it hasn’t been around for very long. In this episode Todd explains what he means when he says Social Media is in its infancy and also how we may be watching it begin to grow up.By Todd Austin.
 
This week on Anatomy of a Strategy we welcome our very good friend J. Kelly Hoey. Kelly is a networking expert, an accomplished author, keynote speaker, investor and startup advisor. She joins us to talk about the real strategies to build genuine relationships, using social tools to listen rather than just broadcasting, her thoughts on personal ...…
 
This week on Anatomy of a Strategy we welcome our very good friend J. Kelly Hoey. Kelly is a networking expert, an accomplished author, keynote speaker, investor and startup advisor. She joins us to talk about the real strategies to build genuine relationships, using social tools to listen rather than just broadcasting, her thoughts on personal ...…
 
Colonel Harland David Sanders was born on 9 September 1890 and had a few jobs like steam engine stoker and insurance salesman before selling fried chicken. In April 2019 all that changed when he became a ‘true’ Instagram Influencer.By Todd Austin.
 
When Trello was acquired by Atlassian, Erica Moss went from being a team of one to a community manager with a supportive and specialized team. With this came the challenge of supporting Atlassian’s Community Leaders program, a group of Atlassian experts that share their knowledge with others. Tasked with taking the community from a Q&A forum to ...…
 
This week on Anatomy of a Strategy we welcome Benoit Meunier. Benoit Meunier is a Montréal based UX at IBM who likes to experiment on new social platforms. In early 2019 he decided to try TikTok and very quickly hit a home run with his 'dejavuchallenge' post. Benoit isn't the average 'influencer' or online 'creator' and we wanted to talk to him ...…
 
This week on Anatomy of a Strategy we welcome Benoit Meunier. Benoit Meunier is a Montréal based UX at IBM who likes to experiment on new social platforms. In early 2019 he decided to try TikTok and very quickly hit a home run with his 'dejavuchallenge' post. Benoit isn't the average 'influencer' or online 'creator' and we wanted to talk to him ...…
 
Lush UK sent shockwaves through the digital marketing world recently when they announced that they’re “switching up social”, but what does that mean? They dropped some hints in their post that they may have a bold new plan with a community focus.By Todd Austin.
 
This week on Anatomy of a Strategy we welcome the 'Martha Quinn of MTV' Erica Ehm! Erica is one of Canada's most recognized personalities, having started her career in the mid-80s as the voice of her generation on MuchMusic. She founded and was Editor-in-chief of YummyMummyClub.ca -- one of the first and most influential digital properties for ...…
 
This week on Anatomy of a Strategy we welcome the 'Martha Quinn of MTV' Erica Ehm! Erica is one of Canada's most recognized personalities, having started her career in the mid-80s as the voice of her generation on MuchMusic. She founded and was Editor-in-chief of YummyMummyClub.ca -- one of the first and most influential digital properties for ...…
 
Big changes are on the horizon for Facebook and after attending SXSW and Social Media Marketing World, Todd shares his thoughts and in-depth analysis of what it all means for Facebook, Instagram, Messenger and WhatsApp.By Todd Austin.
 
For all of of the convenience and value that tech companies and platforms provide, we’re also starting to see just how much they take away. In this episode, Michael Wood-Lewis, the co-founder of Front Porch Forum, shares how big tech facilitates connections between people, but at both a monetary and social cost. In this episode, Michael and Pat ...…
 
Nope, you're not imagining things! It's a new Anatomy of a Strategy show! This week's episode was inspired by brunch! Actually, the discussion was started at brunch but we quickly thought 'hey let's record this for the podcast!' so here we are with our bellies full and ready to rant about how analog media thinking keeps ruining our online platf ...…
 
Nope, you're not imagining things! It's a new Anatomy of a Strategy show! This week's episode was inspired by brunch! Actually, the discussion was started at brunch but we quickly thought 'hey let's record this for the podcast!' so here we are with our bellies full and ready to rant about how analog media thinking keeps ruining our online platf ...…
 
Communicating through messages has been around for a long time and with each advancement in technology it becomes more efficient. Humans are more connected now than ever before so what is the equivalent of sending a message on social media?By Todd Austin.
 
This week we welcome Tracy Chong from Strata Insights to Anatomy of a Strategy. Tara had the chance to see Tracy and her partner Mark Radha present the concept of Brand Economics at The Gathering in Banff recently, and it completely blew her mind. Tara’s making it her mission to get Tracy in front of as many people as possible, so we had to hav ...…
 
This week we welcome Tracy Chong from Strata Insights to Anatomy of a Strategy. Tara had the chance to see Tracy and her partner Mark Radha present the concept of Brand Economics at The Gathering in Banff recently, and it completely blew her mind. Tara’s making it her mission to get Tracy in front of as many people as possible, so we had to hav ...…
 
If you’re working on launching a new community initiative, there are so many case studies, tools, and knowledgeable community professionals to help you along your journey. But what if you’re tasked with sunsetting a community? In this conversation, Patrick and Luke Zimmer, manager of the educator community for the National Geographic Society, d ...…
 
Social Media Marketing World is an amazing conference that Todd has attended three times before. 2019 will be his fourth year and in this episode Todd talks about why he keeps going back and also discusses his tips on how to conference.By Todd Austin.
 
Welcome to the Truly...actually, the Anatomy of a Strategy podcast! It's been some time since our last show but now that we have a new name we’re working towards getting back on track with uploads over the last few weeks. In this inaugural Anatomy of a Strategy, we discuss being strategic with your marketing, how the number of marketing channel ...…
 
Welcome to the Truly...actually, the Anatomy of a Strategy podcast! It's been some time since our last show but now that we have a new name we’re working towards getting back on track with uploads over the last few weeks. In this inaugural Anatomy of a Strategy, we discuss being strategic with your marketing, how the number of marketing channel ...…
 
Your social media profiles can sometimes get a little messy and you start seeing content you’re not interested in, your experience becomes a scroll-fest because nothing is engaging. In this episode Alex and Todd will talk about the ways you can clear out the clutter and get your feeds back to the valuable content you want and need.…
 
Meme marketing became the most talked about aspect of communications on the web during 2018. In this episode Todd takes a look at the Bird Box meme phenomenon and explores its effect on marketing, brands and the consumer.By Todd Austin.
 
When was the last time you thought about that blank text field where members of your community can leave comments? That text field and blinking cursor are the closest we have to pauses between human interaction on the internet. In this episode, Perspective’s product manager, Cj Adams, encourages us to think about how we might innovate that text ...…
 
On January 5 2019 a picture of an egg was posted on Instagram that quickly became the most liked (53 million) post ever. Join Todd as he discusses the World Record Egg and with some help what it has been able to achieve.
 
When social media is used for good it can do great things and in this episode Todd tells the story of a little lost dog Bella and how, with the help of Facebook Groups and the local community, Bella was found and reunited with her owner.
 
This week, Facebook celebrated its 15th birthday and in this episode Todd takes a look back over the timeline from its origins in a Harvard dorm room to becoming the biggest social network in the world.
 
With a global network of content moderators, it seems that Facebook might be the largest employer of community professionals in the world. But even with these resources, their content moderation practices continue to make headlines. Outsourcing this work barely seems to help Facebook keep up with the volume of content that needs to be reviewed, ...…
 
Fyre Festival was billed as a dream event—an ultra exclusive, ultra luxury festival to be held on an island in the Bahamas, the reality was more like a nightmare for those that attended. Join Todd as he explores how social media played an equal part in promoting the event and exposing it.
 
What do Mark Twain, Robin Williams and Marie Kondo have in common? To find out the answer you'll have to listen to this week's episode where Todd talks about misinformation on social media and how we all have a responsibility to do something about it.
 
Major social media platforms are using algorithms in spite of the best interests of their users, says Bruce Ableson on this episode of Community Signal. They are focused on serving you an ad at the right moment, or putting something controversial in front of you, “gaming the experience against the users to make money.” Throughout the conversati ...…
 
Do businesses belong on social media? Can a business use social media to successfully grow an audience & build a client base? In this episode Todd talks about how business can use social media to not sell but enrich their audiences with valuable content.
 
2018 was a big year for social media and in this episode Todd recaps some of the major events of the year and also discusses his predictions for 2019 which touch on how people use social media, changes in the platforms and trends in content publishing.
 
In 2018, a common thread across Community Signal conversations was knowing how to clearly communicate the success of community across an organization. It’s fitting that for our first show of 2019, we’re joined by Tammy Armstrong, someone who is passionate about using data to solve problems. Tammy and Patrick met on KarateForums.com and from her ...…
 
New year, new podcast episode! We're back and there are a lot of ch-ch-changes! Truly Social Inc. is no more, we are now Truly Inc and this podcast will be changing as well. In this first podcast episode of 2019, we discuss how brands shouldn't be afraid to change with their audience as well and how the world of online marketing has to change, ...…
 
New year, new podcast episode! We're back and there are a lot of ch-ch-changes! Truly Social Inc. is no more, we are now Truly Inc and this podcast will be changing as well. In this first podcast episode of 2019, we discuss how brands shouldn't be afraid to change with their audience as well and how the world of online marketing has to change, ...…
 
It's a new year and that means it's time for a new year resolution. In this episode Todd talks about how social media can play a part in helping you set and achieve your goals. He also share some of his goals for 2019.
 
Todd launched the podcast in 2018 and in this episode he looks back at some of his favourite episodes and his guests, discusses the successes and failures and where things are going in 2019.
 
Social media can be so good but it can also be a distraction from real life. In this episode Todd talks about healthy social media use and why it's important to practice it during the festive season.
 
This week, Patrick and Scott Moore continue their conversation commemorating three years of Community Signal, touching on a topic that’s important to the work of all community professionals but that doesn’t necessarily get a lot of attention: the laws and regulations that govern our work. You’re probably familiar with GDPR and Section 230 of th ...…
 
The ability to 'Like' was added to Facebook in 2009, it was a great feature that enable more interaction from users but it was also very limited in application. In this episode Todd talks about why a dislike button was not the answer.
 
It can be something that made you laugh, something that made you think or something that you love. Bringing positivity to social media isn’t hard to do and anyone can do it! Todd talks about how we can be positive, what it means and shares some examples.
 
This week, Community Signal proudly celebrates three years of conversations with community professionals. We’re taking this opportunity to talk to Patrick about his experience running the show and giving him a chance to reflect on the state of online community management and how he’s seen it develop over these past few years. We’re also gratefu ...…
 
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