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When I first heard about podcasts, I have to admit, that I was skeptical about their lasting power. After all, there are already so many popular ways to get the information out there it seemed unlikely that one more medium clogging up the data stream could be beneficial. But alas, I was wrong! So wrong,
Looking to get featured on more podcasts? Podcasts can be a great way to showcase your expertise and even generate leads and conversions for your business.
Podcasts serve a huge market right now. According to an article in Forbes, “The reach of a single podcast and be larger than a TV audience.” If you’re looking to promote your business, getting booked for interviews is pretty much a no-brainer.
If you’ve tried booking podcast appearances on your own, it can be a hassle.
The idea of having someone book on your behalf might sound like a dream.
PR firms don’t necessarily specialize in podcast bookings, but did you know a podcast guest booker can help search for podcast interviews?
Hiring one can help you avoid the struggle of sending loads of emails, filling out contact forms and tracking down hosts, especially on popular shows.
Here’s a list of advantages to hiring a podcast guest booker.
If you’ve never appeared as a guest for a podcast interview, when you first sign up, you might not understand exactly what to do. Scratch that. You might be in over your head (or just feel that way in the moment.)
The instructions may mention recommended equipment you need to use or a link in an email you’ll need to click on to connect you with the podcaster, etc.
Before you send an urgent mass email or panicky social media announcement to all of your friends asking for help, stop and try these tips first. They can get you quickly up to speed on what to do and how to make your podcast appearance a success.
Here are some pointers to keep in mind if you’re new to podcast interview appearances.
If you just wrote a book, have an online course, or you’re not promoting anything, in particular, a podcast appearance can work to you’re benefit for many reasons. It can broaden your market by making people aware of you and your brand. It’s an opportunity to showcase your expertise. It can also establish and maintain
I recently heard Oprah Winfrey discussing the early stages of her career on a YouTube video. She explained her career path and how when she was a reporter; she thought it was easier to report what happened by talking about it versus writing about it. Though we can’t necessarily replicate the success of someone like
Maybe you already have a decent social media following, but you are not getting as much exposure as you’d like. Perhaps you don’t have enough time to respond to a HARO query or reach out to writers to get media coverage, but don’t get down in the dumps . . . Trying too hard could
If you pitched a podcast and the host agrees to have you on as a guest or you met a podcaster in person that would like to interview you, here are some tips to prepare for an episode. 1. Prepare what to say If the show episodes are based on topics, be sure to find