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 across the globe.
Public Figures on Social Media with Justin Baker
Justin Baker is a social media strategist and manager from Los Angeles, California. His client base is predominantly made up of public figures from the entertainment industry, politicians and religious leaders.
In this episode we talk about what Justin does from his day to day role to how he strategises and advises his clients and helps them communicate with their fans and followers.
It's an in-depth insight into a niche space for social media and one I find really interesting. I hope you do too!
The Australian Bushfires and how Social Media Helped with Craig Mack
The Australian bushfire season in late '19 and early '20 was devastating, it was the worst we've seen. Throughout the devastation social media played an important part in connecting people, helping communities affected, informing the world of the extent of the fires with stories from the front lines. It also spread misinformation & negativity and also worked to stamp that out.
My guest today wrote about the types of social media use during the fires & he joins me in this episode to discuss.
Collaborative Marketing and Social Media with Jess Ruhfus
Jess is the founder of Collabasaurus as a way to connect brands for clever collaborations and partnerships, the "Tinder for brands" as Jess puts it.
How effective is collaborative marketing and how can social media play a part? Is it just for big brands or can small and medium businesses collaborate effectively too? Jess takes us through these questions and also shares a personal story of how social media enriched an experience and led to deeper and new connections.
Human 2.0: What Is It and Can We Have It
A pandemic forces us to live in a very different way than what we're used to, it drives us apart through social distancing yet we crave connection. Do we have the opportunity to socially and emotionally evolve because of COVID-19?
Major social change happened after the 1918 Spanish Flu, will we see a change after COVID-19?
Human Content During COVID-19
Although we're separated through practicing social distancing in a way, we're closer than ever. Social media use throughout the COVID-19 pandemic has grown immensely and the content being shared is more human, more authentic and aiding us to form deeper connections than ever before.
Social Media Use During a Crisis
With so many of us now relying on social media to stay in contact with friends and family while social distancing, our consumption of social media is at an all-time high!
In this episode Todd and Alex discuss enriching their relationships through social media while considering three key points for consuming and publishing content during the COVID-19 crisis.
Excellent content and a refreshing voice
I really enjoyed the most recent pod featuring Aoife from Yarnly.ai
A really refreshing and informed voice to help the informed and less informed about where things are going.
Keep up the excellent work!
Highly recommend this podcast!
Love this podcast, not the norm which is refreshing. Very thought provoking and love the emphasis on how we can use social media to benefit ours and others’ lives.
Love this show full of great solid advice without the hype. Todd really knows his stuff and looking forward to more great tips and interviews.