I’m very happy to announce that I am hosting a new online radio show through a fairly new media organization, The Social Network Station. The show is debuting in the coming week with my first guest, bestselling author and Founder of Millenial Branding Dan Schawbel. The show is called The Social Marketing Hour with Susan Gunelius and will cover everything you can think of about marketing.
You can subscribe to The Social Network Station to get all of the updates in your email inbox, so you don’t miss an episode. Of course, I’ll let the Women on Business audience know when each new show is online with an update here on the blog and through the Women on Business Twitter account and the Women on Business Facebook Page.
I have a great list of guests lined up in the coming weeks, and I’m always looking for interesting guests who have useful information to discuss that is related to marketing. If you’re interested in being a guest, feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we can talk! I’d love to feature some of the amazing Women on Business community members on the show.
The Social Network Station is the media broadcasting arm of The Social Network Association, which is a new association dedicated to developing best practices among social networks to end cyber bullying, cyber hate, and cyber crime. I’m already volunteering with this amazing organization, and Women on Business is an official partner of both the association and station. I invite you to visit the website and take a look around. If you like what you see, contact the association to volunteer and consider becoming a member. You can even host your own show on The Social Network Station if you’d like to join me on the online radio scene! Contact the station to learn more about hosting opportunities.
I should mention that Women on Business receives nothing in return for this partnership. I’ve been looking for an organization to support through this website for several years, and when The Social Network Association came on my radar screen, it seemed like a perfect fit. I hope you agree!