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A cultural commentary podcast on news & sports. Our host and guests are in their 20's, 30's and 40's, adding perspective to your thought and bridging the Generational gap through conversation. Click on the social medial links for our Audio and Video projects.
 
Discover how to increase your online visibility, drive more qualified traffic to your site and convert that traffic into leads and business! In The Marketing Agents Podcast, we'll interview leading marketers from around the globe to get their insider tips and tricks on SEO, social media and mobile marketing. If you've been looking to reach more of your ideal customers and build your business, be sure to subscribe to The Marketing Agents Podcast today!
 
Showcasing local reporting and analysis, Africa Media Matters brings together critical news and information from across the African continent; providing a unique insight into the challenges and opportunities facing Africa’s media. Filling the gap in high-quality coverage of the African media environment, our series of monthly podcasts will feature breaking media news, in-depth analysis of emerging stories from media and civil society leaders, and profile the work of African entrepreneurs who ...
 
Media Girlfriends is a podcast that gives you a behind the scenes look at women who work in media. We talk accomplishments, impostor feelings, making money, intersectionality and sometimes even journalism.Nana aba Duncan, a radio host and producer, talks to her girlfriends old and new, who work in and around media of all types.Media Girlfriends is now a network, event series, and scholarship. www.mediagirlfriends.com. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
What happens behind closed doors when peace agreements are negotiated? The Mediator’s Studio gives you a glimpse into the normally hidden world of peace diplomacy. Host Adam Cooper brings you first-hand stories from mediators, armed groups and governments on what it takes to end wars. The Mediator’s Studio is a podcast from the Oslo Forum, the world’s leading mediation retreat. It’s brought to you by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue.
 
Many professional women aspire to advance their careers. Yet, many encounter common obstacles when navigating the landscape both at work and at home. From corporate cultures to internal chatter, high impact women are often searching for proven and actionable strategies to make their goals a reality. With firsthand experience in demanding roles while juggling the numerous demands outside of work, JJ DiGeronimo, a woman in tech turned award-winning author for working women, shares some of her ...
 
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This week, hosts Stuart Hall and Emily Watson discuss SocialDay’s article Uncovering the Influencer Pay Gap, and how its findings relate to diversity and inclusivity more broadly in the marketing industry. They’re joined by Shannon Walker, Founder of Social Disruption, a digital PR consultancy specialising in supporting businesses to develop cultur…
 
We’ve heard this enough that it’s a permanent script running through our heads, “Content is king.” But how can we keep things fresh and interesting and engaging to our audience so it’s not the same old stale blog posts that we’re pumping out week after week? Luckily for us, Shaina Weisinger from Repurpose Home, is here to share her strategies and i…
 
The global travel and tourism sector lost $4.5 trillion and 62 million jobs in 2020. Some countries are beginning to reopen their borders to vaccinated foreign tourists and hoping for a strong summer season. Virginia Messina, Managing Director of the World Travel and Tourism Council, believes vaccines will help the industry recover but are not the …
 
As busy women with goals and deadlines, unlocking your inspiration is not always easy – especially when you add in demanding schedules and responsibilities. Sure we can grab a coffee or meet up with friends, which can bring us slivers of joy, but how do you shift to a higher level of energy or inspiration? In this week's Career Strategies for Women…
 
If your goal is to get more customers – and really, who isn’t trying to do that – then you need to be discoverable. Search is digital, even if you run a brick and mortar shop. Your customers are first going to go online to look for you, so the pressure is on you to make sure they can find you. The place to start is with your Google My Business acco…
 
Households have saved an extra $5.4 trillion over the past year, according to a report by Moody's Analytics. Spending on items like travel and restaurants plummeted during the Covid-19 pandemic, while many people's incomes were maintained by government aid. As some economies begin to lift restrictions, will consumers spend their savings and what so…
 
In the world of marketing, we’re constantly planning, coordinating, managing, and measuring all of our campaigns, which includes many repetitive tasks performed across multiple channels. Thankfully, there are a plethora of all too eager tools out there designed specifically to help you automate most of these tasks. No doubt we’re all using a few he…
 
France's railways are being opened up to private operators, as part of a process that will see state-owned SNCF face competition on high-speed and local routes. A group of citizens in rural France have seized the opportunity to launch their own rail cooperative, which will begin its first passenger services from Bordeaux to Lyon next year. Railcoop…
 
How relevant are you where you want to have more impact next? This may seem like a silly question at some level; I’m sure you’re thinking, “Well, I’ve been doing this for five, 10, 15 years, I’d say I’m relevant and have few gaps” But what about your next? What professional gaps exist? During crossroads in my career, the question of relevance has o…
 
Just what is the secret to creating great content? This is something every marketer wishes they knew the answer to. What it does not mean is to create insane amounts of content and throw it up on every platform possible – quantity does not equal quality in this equation. If you’re a technology, digital, and social media expert like today’s guest Wi…
 
Adapting to the post-pandemic market, new EU emissions rules and a shortage of semiconductors: these are just some of the challenges the auto industry is currently facing. Stephen Carroll discusses them with Vincent Cobée, the boss of French car brand Citroën.Por FRANCE 24 English
 
When most people think of search, what immediately comes to mind for most advertisers and marketers is usually Google. But don’t dismiss the power of Microsoft’s Bing. What many don’t realize is that Microsoft actually gets much farther reach than they think, thanks to Microsoft powering a plethora of other search engines as well (AOL, Yahoo, DuckD…
 
As employers begin to prepare for staff to return to offices, what lessons should they and we as workers take from the past year? Stephen Carroll speaks to labour economist Milena Nikolova, an associate professor at the University of Groningen. She tells us that self-employed people could provide some useful ideas about how to organise remote work …
 
Self-doubts are not comfortable topics, as they often make us feel insecure and alone, and, as I figured out, they directly impacted our actions at work and in life. Whether you're afraid of failure or you're afraid of success, or of letting other people down, or even over-promising—self-doubt peppers all of us and can influence our decisions, even…
 
As marketers, we all wish we had that magic crystal ball that could tell us exactly what out clients want. Well, there is a way we can put ourselves in our customer’s shoes by zeroing in on their emotional needs. Because the truth is, most people buy based on emotion over logic. Today’s guest, Wes McDowell, helps small businesses do exactly that by…
 
The Covid-19 pandemic has set back progress towards gender equality by a generation, according to the latest study from the World Economic Forum. The Gender Gap Report 2021 estimates it will take almost 136 years for parity to be achieved in terms of economic opportunities, political empowerment, health and education. WEF Managing Director Saadia Z…
 
In this current world of social platforms like TikTok and Instagram, we’ve all no doubt seen the influencer marketing boom hit like a ton of bricks. Celebrities, and even once unknowns, are thrust into celebrity courtesy of their ability to influence their large group of followers, are called upon by brands and companies to collaborate to market pr…
 
If you desire to move something forward or get promoted or start something from scratch, you likely need a sponsor in addition to a mentor! So how do you find and align with your sponsors? (And what the heck is a sponsor?) In this week’s episode, I’m sharing specific actions you can start taking now—especially if you have goals you're looking to ac…
 
Every digital marketer could lecture you for days on the importance of SEO and why your business absolutely needs it in order to succeed in the online search game. But what they also should be stressing, is how to prove the ROI of SEO. Because after all, how can you improve on something - or even know it’s working - if you aren’t measuring it? SEO …
 
Pulling Back the Curtain on Influencer Marketing with Beckii FlintJoin SocialDay’s Stuart Hall and new co-host Emily Watson as they take a deep dive into the trials and tribulations of influencer marketing. From navigating advertising rules and regulations to dealing with online trolling, creators using their platforms for good to that infamous Thi…
 
Ireland is the only EU economy to grow in 2020 - so how did the country do it? Stephen Carroll speaks to Patrick Torrekens, head of Enterprise Ireland in France - the government agency helping Irish companies expand abroad - about Brexit and the ongoing effects of the pandemic.Por FRANCE 24 English
 
How do you know if you have a content gap on your website? How can you find and fix what isn’t actually there? In this week’s episode, Alex Valencia shares with us how you can do a competitive analysis to uncover what content is missing from your website and keeping you from generating more leads online.…
 
The global economy is beginning to recover from the Covid-19 pandemic – but what does that mean for the world's workers? With tens of millions of people still out of work, Manuela Tomei of the International Labour Organization tells FRANCE 24 that those who depend on the informal sector are suffering the most. She says there is "always a lag betwee…
 
Former Lead Negotiator for the Government of the Philippines, Miriam Coronel-Ferrer, takes us inside the peace talks that ended half a century of insurgency in the southern Philippines. She reveals how she worked to unify the positions of the army, police and political establishment on her own side and went on to find common ground with representat…
 
It is hard to create time and space to reflect on where you have been, appreciate where you are, and make plans for where you want to have an impact next. This podcast includes five strategies to define what solo trip is best for you based on where you are in your career and life journey! With personal stories of my solo trips, as well as women tha…
 
It’s no secret that more and more people are using their mobile devices to access the web on a daily basis, outnumbering those using desktops. Google has recognized this, and in order to ensure the very best user experience, it is taking a “mobile-first” approach to indexing websites. From an SEO perspective, what’s the difference in optimizing for…
 
The Covid-19 pandemic has wiped out three decades of gains for women in the American workforce, with their participation hitting its lowest level since 1988. As International Women's Day approaches, Elise Gould of the Economic Policy Institute says the pandemic has "magnified the cracks" already present in the US labour force. She tells FRANCE 24 t…
 
Former UN Under-Secretary-General for Political Affairs, Jeffrey Feltman, reveals behind-the-scenes moments from his missions to Iran and North Korea. He also reflects on a career in the US Foreign Service, which threw him into the limelight of Lebanese politics at the time of Syria’s turbulent exit from the country, and recounts the dramatic episo…
 
It seems like once one platform adds a new feature, the others all rush to create a similar one, making them all that much more similar to each other. But after seeing an article discussing how one company boosted their traffic by over 500% using the new Google Web Story feature, I obviously had to check it out. So we went directly to the source, t…
 
The number of homes sold in France last year fell by 5 percent, but property consultant Adrian Leeds has seen soaring demand from buyers in the United States. Despite the travel restrictions in place because of Covid-19, "they are very intent on finding homes in France", she told FRANCE 24. "What's happening is that literally our clients are buying…
 
Former FARC commander, Victoria Sandino, now a Senator in Colombia, and the country’s former High Commissioner for Peace, Sergio Jaramillo Caro, were once enemies, facing each other over the negotiating table. Now they come together in The Mediator’s Studio to give the inside story on how secret talks led the two sides to a lakeside retreat in Cuba…
 
Strategically Sharing Your Accomplishments is Not Bragging! As research has shown that women use twice as many words on their resume as men, but only a third of the detail. If you marry this fact with another -- that men are often assessed on what is possible, where women are assessed on what they have already accomplished -- you can see why it bec…
 
When it comes to navigating the world of SEO, it’s an everchanging landscape. There are definitely some hard and fast rules that everybody follows, and then you have a few people making their own mark and creatively stepping outside the box. One of those innovators is Areej Abuali, who we talked to in this episode. She offered some new and exciting…
 
Former Acting Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General for Libya, Stephanie Williams, reveals how Zoom calls and digital dialogues helped put the country on the path to elections after a decade of conflict and instability. She recalls her shock when a phone call from President Trump undermined the UN-led peace process, and explains how th…
 
When it comes to inspiring others to dig deep to find their passions and turn them into success, John Lee Dumas - the Entrepreneur on Fire - is the luminary that immediately comes to mind. JLD is constantly finding ways to inspire entrepreneurs, and his latest passion is no different. We talk to JLD today about his latest book, and how he’s using t…
 
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