A podcast’s return on investment.

Hosts Trinity Wright and Christina Dressel

The podcasting bug bit me 12 years ago when I worked in Marcom, in the heady days of blogging and podcasting. More recently, after I got back into it, my podcasts have been about the intersection of education and tech. Topics I teach in class. It’s a fun work/hobby if only because I learn so much on the job. And the ROI is not what I expected.

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I teach Writing & Publishing; Computers & Tech. Author, tech columnist, robotics coach. My podcast is at https://tinyurl.com/Radio201podcast

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I teach Writing & Publishing; Computers & Tech. Author, tech columnist, robotics coach. My podcast is at https://tinyurl.com/Radio201podcast

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