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Radio Days:BlogTalkRadio Gives Non Profits a Voice

blogtalkradioIs your organization looking for a new way to promote your cause? Why not host a radio program? After all, nothing is more compelling then hearing someone’s story first hand. But instead of trying to buy airtime from your local radio station, why not use the internet?

Imagine hosting a dynamic town hall meeting, interviewing respected thought leaders or sharing first hand accounts of an event all without leaving your office. By using BlogTalkRadio, or any number of other similar services, guests can call in from anywhere in the world at the time that is convenient for both of you.

BlogTalkRadio is an online radio site that allows anyone, anywhere the ability to host a live, internet-based talk radio show. Founded in 2006, BlogTalkRadio bills itself as the world’s largest social radio network. BlogTalkRadio gives users the ability to not only broadcast live program but with a few a simple clicks, but users can also syndicate their program to Facebook, Twitter, and iTunes across the Web.

There is no special equipment needed. All you need is a telephone and a computer. It isn’t even necessary to download any special software. Just register with the site. After that BlogTalkRadio provides all the tools, resources and training you need to get started.

The site offers a range of both free and premium services, so you can get exactly what you need to make an engaging radio program. BlogTalkRadio lets users create a customized profile, giving you brand recognition, and it has additional features such as the ability to have up to five guests on one show. There is even a live chat feature so hosts can text chat with listeners.

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