Introducing the Wild Apricot Podcast!

Farhad Chikhliwala 04 May 2015 2 comments

At Wild Apricot, we are proud of the fact that we’ve built great relationships with the nonprofit, association and membership organization communities. It is our goal to pull together great resources to benefit volunteers, staff members and organization leaders everywhere.

That's why we’ve created a Podcast!

In every episode, our Community Manager Lori Smith and I, facilitate discussion groups, conduct 1-on-1 interviews and talk to experts in a variety of fields. We’ve already recorded the first 3 episodes and they’ve yielded some great insight! The podcast is a great way to absorb all this information on the go. 

We plan to pack each episode with great resources, information and insights, and I’m sure that anyone associated with a membership organization, will find some value.

The first 3 episodes are live now:

Episode 1: Running  Effective Board Meetings
Episode 2: Running Events to Recruit And Engage
Episode 3: 1-On-1 with Eric Sharpe

Click below to subscribe to the Podcast on iTunes!


We're working on getting the Podcast on to as many platforms as possible. In the mean time Android users can manually input the RSS feed into one of the many Android podcast apps.

RSS feed: http://feeds.soundcloud.com/users/soundcloud:users:113176693/sounds.rss


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Farhad Chikhliwala [Professor Apricot] Farhad Chikhliwala [Professor Apricot]

Posted by Farhad Chikhliwala [Professor Apricot]

Published Monday, 04 May 2015 at 8:30 AM

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Comments

  • kevinsight said:

    Monday, 04 May 2015 at 10:44 AM
    I really like your product and content and am glad to see that you're podcasting, but please add an RSS feed for it so non-Apple people like me can partake. Believe it or not, Apple only hosts a proprietary subset of internet services. Embrace standards over brands if you really want to get your word out there.
  • Farhad Chikhliwala [Professor Apricot] Farhad Chikhliwala [Professor Apricot]

    Farhad Chikhliwala [Professor Apricot] said:

    Monday, 04 May 2015 at 10:57 AM
    Thanks for your comment Kevin,

    You're absolutely right. I've updated the post with the current RSS feed.

    Enjoy!
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