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Would you like to help support the Disability411 podcast? There are lots of ways you can help out!
- Suggest ideas for topics or interviews. One of the hardest parts about doing a podcast is coming up with topics that people will want to listen to. If you have an idea for a topic, let me know!
- Submit segments. Would you like to do a product review? Summarize a topic that's hot in the disability blogosphere? Report on something that's in the news? Give some survival tips you learned the hard way? If you have an idea you think would be interesting to our audience, email me for details on submission guidelines.
- Help spread the word. Write about Disability411 in your blog. Link to us from your website, MySpace page, etc. Write a review of the podcast on iTunes or other podcast directories. Are you going to a conference or other event? Let me know and I'll send you some D411 handouts.
- Proof transcripts. Over the years, the transcripts have been provided by a number of sources, some better than others. I want to clean things up. If you are willing to listen to an episode and correct any mistakes in the transcript, please send me an email with the episodes you would like to proof. I say this so I don't have five people proofing the same episode! I'll write back with guidelines for formatting.
- Write an article. I would like to develop Disability411 into more than just a podcast. I'd like to also offer resources and articles on topics of interest to our listeners. If you have something you'd like to contribute, let me know!
- Other. I'm sure there are many other ways people can get involved, so if you have an idea of something you'd like to do that's not listed here, don't be shy! Write me!
If you'd like to get involved in any of these ways, please write me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. I'd love to welcome you into the Disability411 family!
Offers for D411 Audience
Free Web Accessibility Evaluation
Web designer, Chris Wright, has generously offered to evaluate your web site for screen-reader accessibility and specify any areas that need improvement at no cost to the D411 audience. He will provide solutions where he can. Write to Chris at email@example.com and put "web site evaluation" in the subject line. Be sure to mention you're a fan of Disability411!