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From Blog to Radio or Podcast: Here’s How

TPPC_duoby: Carol Bryant

Imagine your blog's content on a podcast or on the radio, reaching more people and being the voice of your passion: pets!!! Husband and wife team, Joseph and Robbin Everett stars and hosts of the Pets Teach Us So Much Radio Show on TPPC.tv, broadcasting  from The Jersey Shore, New Jersey, are heading to Salt Lake City to share how to do this at the BlogPaws 2012 Conference!

The Other Social Media-Bringing your blog to radio or podcast is the name of their session and by attending, here's what seminar guests can expect to find out…

"Our session will focus on the nuts and bolts of planning a radio show or podcast,  booking and interviewing guests and suggestions for preparing for your show.  We will also have some interactive exercises that should be super fun," Robbin shared.

This is the second time the duo has attended and they are long-time fans and sponsors of BlogPaws. They report loving the aspect of meeting new people and seeing familiar friends. I can attest to that being one of the greatest parts of coming to BlogPaws: the networking!

So what pets are a part of this couple's life? Chachala, an 8-year-old female Chihuahua and Philomena, a 4-year-old Miniature Pinscher.  TPPC_dogs

Check out the duo's pet-related radio show on TPPC.tv (http://www.tppc.tv) or on iTunes under Pets Teach Us So Much and our society and pop culture radio show, The Blog Snobs (with adult content) at http://www.TheBlogSnobs.com or via iTunes.

Stay connected with them at: Twitter @TPPCtv, @TheBlogSnobs

Facebook: Lookie Lou, (our mascot's name) http://www.facebook.com/lookie1

Pinterest: TPPCtv

Linked In: Joseph Everett (http://www.linkedin.com/in/josepheverett ), Robbin Everett (http://www.linkedin.com/in/robbineverett)

Fun facts: Joe is an avid model train collector and Robbin love miniature doll houses and Barbies!

Come to Salt Lake City, meet Jamie, and join in the fabulous 3-day event:  BlogPaws 2012

Catch up on our BlogPaws Speaker Series in the BlogPaws Community.





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One Comment

  1. Thanks so much for the article Carol. Chachala and Philomena were so excited to be on the BlogPaws site! They are telling all of their friends!
    Looking forward to seeing everyone in a few weeks!
    Woofy Woo!
    Robbin and Joe

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