Are you ready to go pitch yourself so you can leverage the power of podcasts and other visibility opportunities?
In this first episode, I talk about how I was able to turn my love of podcasts into a successful business. In future episodes, I’ll share the strategies I use to position my own clients in front of audiences of their ideal client, chat with other influencers to hear what they love (and hate) to see in a pitch, and will interview folks who can help you maximize the visibility opportunities you earn.
Welcome to the Go Pitch Yourself Podcast
Topics covered include:
- My background and why I left a career in outside sales
- How podcasts inspired me to step more fully into entrepreneurship
- How I grew a previous business by pitching myself for visibility opportunities
- What does a Podcast Visibility Strategist do?
- The impact guesting on podcasts can have on business growth
- What to expect from the Go Pitch Yourself podcast
Resources mentioned in this podcast:
- Book a call to see if Angie can support YOUR visibility needs
- Join the Go Pitch Yourself Facebook community
- Follow Angie on Instagram
- Get more info at Angie’s website
- Chalene Johnson website
- Kristi Dosh’s website Guide My Brand
Now it’s time for you to get out there and Go PItch Yourself! Be sure to screenshot this episode and tag me on Instagram @angie_trueblood and tell me what you are MOST looking forward to with the podcast.
Can’t wait to connect again!
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Special thanks to Steve Woodward at The Podcasting Editor for handling all the behind-the-scenes tech pieces of production.