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Josh Irvine is a Producer with the Rescue Agency. They help government agencies and nonprofits create campaigns that drive health behavior change.

In the first segment Josh encourages us to recognize and understand the different social media platforms and how their users, your clients, interact with media on each specific platform, and use that knowledge to influence your media creation.

In the second segment Josh discusses the various ways he helps his government oriented clients, and how his lessons learned can help private business. One takeaway, appreciate the value of collaborators.

Josh is happy to connect and share his insights on LinkedIn.

1 Understand Where Your Market is On-line and How to Talk to Them
2 Collaborate to Make Great Content